Coldplay Mylo Xyloto
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ShadowRemains
October 25th 2011


22608 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

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liledman
October 25th 2011


3826 Comments


It's so smooth, church organs and soaring guitar hooks and all, and so undeniable; all of a sudden, that jolt of synths on "Teardrop" doesn't even sound like a Coldplay we didn't know.


i would look at re-writing that too.

Phideaux
October 25th 2011


1659 Comments


... a five? I guess I'll give it a listen. I've never been able to get into these guys at all. Good review and all though.

RosaParks
October 25th 2011


16329 Comments


You are knott going to be staff any time soon with opinions like this

Waior
October 25th 2011


11537 Comments


great review

which means i was entertained and i rarely read a full review anymore because i get bored. you fail to bore everytime

still not sure about the album

Spare
October 25th 2011


5567 Comments


lol

rasputin
October 25th 2011


14673 Comments


what is going on here adam

Mordecai.
October 25th 2011


8300 Comments


this rules. they are soooo good live.

AliW1993
Contributing Reviewer
October 25th 2011


7508 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Well that was unexpected

Tyrael
October 25th 2011


21003 Comments


Finally a new Knott review! Massive pos for you!

Aids
October 25th 2011


24184 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

great review, I nearly agree with the rating



I saw them tour for Viva la Vida too, on day 2 of a 4 day music festival (it was fucking magical) and throughout the entire rest of the festival, the hoards of people would spontaneously burst into chants of "woah ooooh oh oh" (like while waiting for bands to come on stage or just in the beer line or walking back to the campsites, anytime really) it was such a cool feeling



and yeah, glad you decided to post this here

Wizard
October 25th 2011


19922 Comments


If 2008 was the first time Coldplay ever felt truly like a band,

This is when they began to suck. I hate new Coldplay, Parachutes was the only album I found worthy of good because of it's focus on minimalism and rawer song-writing style. Good review but I totally disagree with you and the rest of the staff about new Coldplay.

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KILL5
October 25th 2011


429 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

agree with wizard the wise

Wizard
October 25th 2011


19922 Comments


Not into the pop-poop.

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
October 25th 2011


32063 Comments

Album Rating: 2.7

If 2008 was the first time Coldplay ever felt truly like a band, 2011 is where they morph into an entity devoid of songwriters and producers entirely.




Idk, but this kind of reads as if that would be a negative

jefflebowski
October 25th 2011


8388 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

this might be a decent pop album but it's nowhere near a classic

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JWT155
October 25th 2011


10945 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

God damn you Knott if this gets my hopes up too high...

Dis_Con_Nec_Ted
October 25th 2011


4255 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

X&Y was where Coldplay began to kinda suck, then to more than redeem themselves in 2008. This might be a new low.

Capablanca
October 25th 2011


212 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

I have to agree with that, there's nothing memorable in here, and they stripped themselves of their sound that made them somewhat special. If i want to listen to electro pop with lame lyrics, I'll just download Owl City. The only song I find really catchy is Paradise and that's because in spanish it sounds like Chris' saying perra-perra-perra (bitch bitch bitch).

Aids
October 25th 2011


24184 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

"The only song I find really catchy is Paradise and that's because in spanish it sounds like Chris' saying perra-perra-perra (bitch bitch bitch)."



haha as much as I love that song, that's awesome.



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