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PostSubject: [6.12] Coldplay-Viva_La_Vida-2008-GROUPRiP-[MiRR0RZ!]   Wed Jun 11, 2008 9:41 pm


Artist:  Coldplay
Title:    Viva La Vida
Label:    Parlophone
Genre:    Alternative
Bitrate:  192kbit av.
Time:    00:45:50
Size:    66.49 mb
Rip Date: 2008-06-12
Str Date: 2008-06-12

1.  Life In Technicolor                                  2:30
2.  Cemeteries Of London                                3:21
3.  Lost!                                                3:55
4.  42                                                  3:57
5.  Lovers In Japan / Reign Of Love                      6:51
6.  Yes                                                  7:06
7.  Viva La Vida                                        4:01
8.  Violet Hill                                          3:42
9.  Strawberry Swing                                    4:09
10. Death And All His Friends                            6:18

Release Notes:

It's not often that the release of a CD is expected to have an
impact on the economic fortunes of a global corporation.

But Coldplay are now a global brand, as well as a band, and as
such the performance of their new album is crucial to the
fortunes of their record company, EMI, which was bought a year
ago by the private equity firm Terra Firma.

No doubt the bean-counters at EMI have now heard Viva La Vida
(Spanish for "long live life"), and if they have any musical
sensibilities at all they should be breathing a huge sigh of
relief, because Coldplay have just got bigger. Thanks in part
to the band's apparently inexhaustible supply of fat, juicy,
epic tunes, and thanks also to the production skills of Brian
Eno, the man who broadened U2's horizons in the Eighties, they
have surpassed even the widescreen glory of its predecessors.

Opening with a spine-tinglingly beautiful near-instrumental
thing called Life in Technicolor, and using a newly expanded
musical palette - strings, timpani, thrumming bass grooves -
singer Chris Martin and his bandmates unleash a masterfully
constructed sequence of emotion-drenched songs. There's a new
sense of adventure in the songwriting, too, as tracks such as
42 and Lovers in Japan/Reign of Love suddenly veer off in
unexpected directions. Rather less noticeable are the Latin
American influences that are meant to have infused the band's
songwriting after their travels to that continent: frankly,
this is about as Latin American as Prokofiev.

The album's onslaught of instantly affecting and emotionally
uncomplicated music will, of course, also be music to the ears
of Coldplay cynics, the substantial wedge of doubters who,
like the New York Times critic John Pareles writing in 2005,
are dismayed by their "calculated self-pity" and meticulously
honed bombast.

But for those who are prepared to take Coldplay at face value,
to presume unless there is evidence to the contrary that this
an honest collection of songs from a band doing what they know
best, Viva La Vida is a bright, warm, rich and strikingly
memorable album.

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