Coldplay seem to still have all the ingredients that made them so tasty back in 1999. Unfortunately, the contemporary music audience has deemed them the weaklings of rock. I blame the industry for overspinning "Yellow", not the band who made it. In any event, Coldplay seem very aware of our expectations, this single starts off with crisp, pounding drums and cymbals, stark and heavy. Then, once Chris Martin starts his somber and delicate tale, it all comes back in a wave of memory. This is still Coldplay. They are still good. Just don't let them get overplayed,again, for our sakes.