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"Mylo Xyloto"/"Hurts Like Heaven". Yes, it's necessary to listen to the leading Title Track first; it's a gorgeous beginning that hints to a bygone time of innocence, then "WHAM!" comes the Epic Riff-loaded "Hurts Like Heaven".
"Midnight" is the musical definition of Sweet Dreams Fuel. The song's just so lush and beautiful, and Chris' soft vocals match perfectly.
"O" is absolutely beautiful. It's a softer piano piece, with quieter vocals and a gorgeous melody, and it's a perfect song to end the album with.
LeftRightLeftRightLeft, the free live album formerly available on the Coldplay website can make any fan happy. In some of the songs, the audience's clapping becomes a part of the song.
"Christmas Lights," the band's 2010 Christmas single, is utterly beautiful, and the music video features, among other things, Elvis impersonators playing violins, a self-playing piano, fireworks, and fish puppets. Hell, this song is the musical equivalent of An Ass-Kicking Christmas. Bravo, Coldplay.
"Ladder to the Sun", an unreleased track that was performed live throughout the "Rush of Blood to the Head" Tour. Damn shame too, it's such a beautiful song, hitting all the feelings of love, loss and longing.