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Posted: 28 Jun 05, 07:06 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Theres another post along this lines, and to be honest you are talking bollocks.
The Coldplay set at Glastonbury was just fantastic.


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Posted: 28 Jun 05, 08:00 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

eggy wrote:

Theres another post along this lines, and to be honest you are talking bollocks.
The Coldplay set at Glastonbury was just fantastic.


i agree


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Posted: 28 Jun 05, 08:40 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

eggy wrote:

Theres another post along this lines, and to be honest you are talking bollocks.
The Coldplay set at Glastonbury was just fantastic.


Ya, what he said.
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Posted: 28 Jun 05, 12:32 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

i dont like them either! and no disrespect to them or there fans but there songs do sound the same, there very bland, but each to there own:)


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Posted: 28 Jun 05, 12:49 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Coldplay is nothing more that a third rate U2 impersonation...


All of their songs sound the same, take the new Speed of Sound, and the old Clocks....

Same chords, same style, same crappy keyboards, same whining voice.

The best thing Chris Martin has ever done was knock up Gwennie....other that that, he is as useless as tits on a Nun.


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Posted: 28 Jun 05, 14:11 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Coldplay are like U2....blah blah blah....

*yawn*

If Roger doesn't like them then like everyone else that's his perogative, but I like them!

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Posted: 28 Jun 05, 14:18 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Ya, they do all sound the same O_o

I like Coldplay though :D


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Posted: 28 Jun 05, 16:04 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Haystacks Calhoun wrote:

Coldplay is nothing more that a third rate U2 impersonation...


Funny you should say that. Just the other day I heard U2's 'City of Blinding Lights' and I could have sworn it was a Coldplay song. I don't know who is influencing who in the case of that particular song, but the line between the two is definitely blurring.

I agree that a lot of Coldplay songs sound quite similar to one another ('Speed of Sound' and 'Clocks' being the worst offenders), but at least it shows that hey've nailed a particular sound, which, fair play to them, a lot of people really like.

Hey, I can't see what it is about them that sends people into raptures, and I don't think I ever will (I rate their music, at best, as musically uninteresting anthem-lite indie rock, which are not half as inspiring and affecting as it likes to think it is). But as long as I don't have to listen to it, I do not object to its very existence. On the other hand, as for Chirs Martin's very existence.....


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Posted: 28 Jun 05, 22:35 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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nothing to do with roger. It just something I realy think by myself. It does not sounds good to me.

and bullucks, I do not think I am talking bullucks... I am just speaking my mind... which in my taste Coldplay does not fit in.


He said you were talking bollocks, not bullucks.


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Posted: 29 Jun 05, 08:15 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I didn't like them...till i saw them live in 2003! They blew me away, they're great live!!! And their first 2 albums a great! The last one has some nice tracks, but sounds too much like a copy of AROBTTH.


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Posted: 29 Jun 05, 09:51 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Beeny wrote:

Thanks for the grammatical lesson Lisser, my reaction do stay the same. Nobody talks bollocks by expressing his minds.


You have more than one mind?? That could be awesome but it could also be considered as Multiple Personality Syndrome!!

Incase you haven't noticed yet Beener, I'm taking the piss.


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Posted: 29 Jun 05, 09:59 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Beeny wrote:

I did notice ..... So do I!!!


LOL!! There ya go!!! My love to both of you!

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Posted: 30 Jun 05, 04:11 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

chris martins voice is really annoing...

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Posted: 30 Jun 05, 07:40 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

They are just boring... Was listening to thew Glastonbury set on the radio and wasn't impressed at all... Not my cup of tea, sorry... As someone said ina very good review of their last record in Classic Rock- it's a musical equivalent of an Ikea lamp...

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Posted: 30 Jun 05, 09:08 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Fenderek wrote:

As someone said ina very good review of their last record in Classic Rock- it's a musical equivalent of an Ikea lamp...


Strange analogy.. Anyway..I agree with Fenderek. I think their songs are very similar and a bit too mellow for this rock 'n roll lovin' chic..:-)

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Posted: 30 Jun 05, 11:35 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

A friend of mine sent me this article. What do you think about it?

Daily Star wrote:

Article in Daily Star, Saturday 25 June 2005

WE ARE NOT AMUSED
QUEEN RAIN ON CHRIS'S PARADE

AGED pomp rockers Queen have launched an extraordinary attack on Glasto headliners Coldplay.

Chris Martin and company have the festival's top slot - the closing set on the Pyramid stage tonight. [Saturday]

But Queen's poodle-haired guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor are far from impessed by them.

Chris Martin, 28, Guy Berryman, Will Champion and Johnny Buckland, all 27, were kept off the top spot earlier this month by a cretinous green
amphibian. And Roger has made the astounding comment he is more a fan of brainless novelty ring tone records than Coldplay's intelligent, anthemic, grown-up adult rock.

He said of the Crazy Frog: "I actually prefer it to the Coldplay record."

I know Taylor has been away from the music scene for quite a while and Queen's heyday passed some 20 years ago, but there's no need for those
kind of sour grapes.

Speaking to Virgin Radio Tayloe, 55, even went on to make the frankly absurd comment that all Coldplay songs sond the same.

He said: "All they do just sounds too similar."

Queen are in the middle of a world-wide tour.

Freddie Mercury's role has been taken by former Free singer Paul Rodgers, 55. They play Hyde Park on July 8.

SOFT

There was good news for The Darkness though. They are in the studio with Queen producer Roy Thomas Baker and May, 57, has a soft spot for them.

But old Rog really needs his brain re-wired if he thinks having a pop at Britain's best-loved band is sensible.

I for one know who I'd prefer seeing tonight in a muddy field in Somerset - and it certainly isn't Queen.


I've never read Daily Star before, but it must be some really shitty paper. They write all this tendentious crap and twist Roger's words just to make him look like an idiot, and Coldplay like the greatest band in the world.
Is disliking Coldplay a crime?!



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Posted: 30 Jun 05, 14:15 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

i do think that some of the songs are quite catchy, but at the same time quite similar, and the albums just blur from one to the other, with no real development IMO.


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