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Formed in 1997, Coldplay – comprised of Guy Berryman (bass), Jonny Buckland (lead guitar), Will Champion (drums), and Chris Martin (vocals, guitar, keyboards) – released two EPs, The Safety and Brothers and Sisters, before signing with Parlophone in 1999. Three additional EPs (The Blue Room, Shiver and Yellow) followed before their landmark debut album, Parachutes, which was ... Read more in Amazon's Coldplay Store

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  • Audio CD (6 Jun 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Parlophone
  • ASIN: B0006L16N8
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (496 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 872 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Listen  4. Fix You 4:550.79  Buy MP3 
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Listen  7. Speed Of Sound 4:480.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  8. A Message 4:450.99  Buy MP3 
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Listen10. The Hardest Part 4:250.79  Buy MP3 
Listen11. Swallowed In The Sea 3:590.99  Buy MP3 
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Coldplay's massively anticipated new album, X&Y, is the follow-up to 2002's 16-million selling A Rush of Blood To The Head and includes the single "Speed of Sound". X&Y was recorded at studios in the UK and has been produced by Danton Supple (Morrissey, Elbow), Ken Nelson (Badly Drawn Boy, Kings of Convenience) and the band themselves.

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COLDPLAY X&Y (2005 UK 13-track CD album including the singles Speed Of Sound Fix You Talk The Hardest Part plus the Hidden Bonus Recording Til Kingdom Come - which was originally written by them for Johnny Cash who unfornately passed away before he could record it complete with picture booklet inlay)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Not immediately appealing but grows on you 19 Jan 2006
Format:Audio CD
This is not the kind of CD where you listen to it first time and are blown away. This is the kind of CD that you listen to again and again, and gradually more and more of the tracks appeal to you, until you just think, "Hey, this is actually a really good album." Almost all of the tracks have at least one part which you remember even after it has stopped playing, and that is where Coldplay display their subtle mastery. In fact, if I had to pick one word to describe X&Y, it would be the world subtle. The tracks have so many threads that you can concentrate on one part of the song each time you listen (if that floats your boat) or you can just familiarize yourself with the feel of the song.
I didn't like this album when I first listened to it, all except for one track - White Shadows. This one did grab me, possibly because it is upbeat right from the beginning. It's a really nice composition, despite the fact that the words make no sense.
I then heard Talk in a Gap store and was humming the tune all day. When I got back I listened to it more often, and also gave Fix You a go too. Fix You is a very soulful song, with a simple tune that is nevertheless sweet.
I think more thoughtful people will enjoy this album, although those other oh-so-shallow Coldplay fans can come too. I really hope you'll like it.
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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Alright, so it's not quite OK Computer..... 7 Jun 2005
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Those of you who haven't listened to this album just yet are in for a real treat!
As others have hinted, on first hearing perhaps only 2 or 3 songs will catch your ear - For me it was "Square One" and "Fix you". At first I grew concerned that this might be an album just to cherry-pick tracks off - but then the thought that a Coldplay album wouldn't have any longevity began to plague me and I went back and did what the Chris and the lads wanted us to do - Listen to the WHOLE album. So I did.... and did again.....and again. What started out as a labour of love on my part soon blossomed into a love affair and then an infatuation that is not likely to dissolve easily.
So, don't pay too much attention to the serial knockers who have plainly been saving up their unwarranted bile for the last 2 or 3 years to serve up cold and not very convincingly. This is an easy album to turn ones nose up at if you've got a very dull or rusty axe to grind. But you don't have to buy into that "Fair Trade" thing or start sponsoring animal welfare charities, or whatever to enjoy this music. My ears don't tell me lies - they convince me time and time again that Coldplay are one of the few current active song-writing groups who make music that I could live with 24/7. It may be glib to say so but their music is truly becoming the soundtrack to many of our lives....
So go on, take that step of faith and invest in what was thought to be their "difficult 3rd album". You may have tired of "Yellow" by now - I have a feeling that you won't be tiring of this slow burning beauty for many years to come.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars X&Y 27 Jun 2005
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The best songs on Parachutes and A Rush of Blood To The Head were the simple ones and the recognisable ones. Yellow. The Scientist. Amsterdam is one of my favourite songs ever. Trouble. Clocks. Everything's Not Lost. Green Eyes. Pretty much every song on Parachutes then. The two I hate most on a ARoBttH, the two i skip past most, are the ones that go against that winning Coldplay formula and use synths, Daylight and A Whisper. For their third album, X&Y, Coldplay have decided to use those synths more expansively. And it does work a lot better than A Whisper. The title track for example, can only be described as beautiful, reminiscent of the title track on ARoBttH, both choruses soar. But in my opinion White Shadows is a very forced song, redeeming itself near the end. And I think those are two important points on this album, there are three songs i only listen to for one particular moment; A Message (and i love you please come home), otherwise an overemotional soppy song, Twisted Logic (you'll go backwards etc.) and White Shadows (answer now it's what I need etc.), and that's not a good basis to listen to a song. The other point is the lyrics. The Scientist's lyrics especially sounded effortless and natural, on moments you'll find that here, but for the most part they sound a bit forced. And why shouldn't they? The member's of Coldplay have enjoyed so much success there's nothing particularly heartbreaking to write. In fact the best song is about Gwyneth Paltrow getting over her dad's death or something, proving that Coldplay still need inspiration to write an outstanding song. There are only two songs on here that I love, and they are Fix You and the "hidden track" Till Kingdom Come, and they wouldn't be out of place in ARoBttH. As I said before, the best songs are simple. Read more ›
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5.0 out of 5 stars x&y 1 Jun 2005
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coldplay gave a commendable grainy debut album when they emerged in 2000 as young ballad hopefuls. then the world started blowing up and the follow-up 'a rush of blood to the head' a couple of years later improved the overall sound of coldplay as their vitality stakes meant they were ' a band for the people'.
so the pressure in 05 for third lp 'x&y' is gargantuan. from the artwork alone (and title) it seemed the band wanted to do a radiohead and rely on electronics to experiment with their sound. on the other hand, more of the same could surely be a good idea... as keane continue to offer more pedestrian output.
neither of these is the case. coldplay are still epic-sounding as chris martin doubles up his voice as he sings ''lights will guide your home and ignite your bones'' in the tearful, gorgeous and exquisite track 'fix you'.
opener 'square one' and the layered production of 'twisted logic' show the band dabbling with soundscapes to propel their effect twofold. media talks of comparisons with kraftwerk and even the beatles are tiresome, as coldplay have once again proved to be unique and in a league of their own.
and on music fan chatrooms all over the web, people criticize coldplay as boring, these people cannot be blamed as coldplay cannot be dinner party music anymore, if it packs a punch then you'll know about it. if not, then you're simply missing out.
''i could write a song 100 miles long. that's where i belong and you belong with me'' sings chris martin on the superb and dreamy 'swallowed in the sea'. need a better invitation to get this? thought not.
one last thing...please do not be the band's last...
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