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Awesome Music: Coldplay
Love Them or Hate Them, enough people loved them for this page.
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  • "Easy to Please", from their second ever public release (an EP by the name Brothers & Sisters) may well be the most beautiful song they've ever done.

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  • "Sparks" is both truly depressing and beautiful.
  • Some hold that there is no better Coldplay track than "Everything's Not Lost", though "Shiver" comes a close second.
  • "Yellow".
  • "Spies".
  • "Don't Panic". The lyrics are kind of sad, but it's done in a way that makes it a beautiful song nonetheless.

A Rush Of Blood To The Head

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Viva La Vida or Death And All His Friends

Prospekt's March
  • "Prospekt's March".
  • "Life in Technicolor II" and its hilarious video.
  • Prospekt's March just adds to the awesome.
  • "Glass of Water".
  • "Rainy Day".

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  • 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.
  • "Fight For Your Right".
  • "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.

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