Coldplay's 'A Rush of Blood to the Head' has been named the favorite album of all time by BBC radio listeners. The 2002 album tops an eclectic list that also finds Keane's 2004 record 'Hopes and Fears' standing tall at the No. 2 spot, beating out classics from the likes of the Rolling Stones, the Beatles and Queen. The top album was revealed today (April 1) by DJ Jo Whiley at the end of a countdown that ran throughout the day.
Coldplay frontman Chris Martin had a bit of explaining to do after making headlines with hints of a coming hiatus. Martin recently told an audience in Australia that the group might not be back for three years, and it sent fans into a hand-wringing tizzy. The singer has since clarified his statement, explaining that the band is taking a break from global touring, not from making music. In fact, he's already crafting new tunes.
Coldplay have evolved their live shows over the years to make them more memorable for concert goers. The Britpoppers seem to have outdone themselves during their current tour, giving attendees flashing wristbands to make them part of the production.
Coldplay frontman Chris Martin has collaborated with Rihanna, Jay-Z and many others, but he draws the line at Justin Bieber. His refusal to team up with the young pop star has nothing to do with music, though.
Coldplay has just released a video for "Princess of China", their song with Rihanna. It's pretty cool, it features Chris Martin as a ninja and Rihanna as a "gangsta goth geisha". I like the "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" element to it. Check it out here:
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Coldplay has announced its upcoming show in Madrid, Spain will be streamed online globally as part of the ‘American Express Unstaged’ series, and viewable on assorted mobile devices and handhelds via VEVO and YouTube apps.
Over the course of his long career, Willie Nelson has dabbled in a wide variety of genres, from reggae to adult contemporary to blues and beyond. Along the way, he’s worked with and covered a staggering number of artists — and now that list includes Coldplay.
You'll have to wait until sometime in the fall to hear Coldplay's fifth studio album, from which the Moose is currently playing the first single "Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall". I thought this was pretty cool though, tomorrow night (June 25th) VH1/Palladia will provide you with a look at "Coldplay-Live From Glastonbury". This will be the first time in the festival's 41-year history that a full concert will be broadcasted on U.S. television.
This post has a lot to do with Pete Hanson's previous post. I too needed a mental reboot this morning (in a big way). I wake up extremely early these days and was not ready for that this morning (following two days off). I woke up with my big- boy crabby pants on and needed that reboot. And who provided that for me on my car ride into work? My friend in need, who I should have a name for considering we're so close, my iPod.
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