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|Coldplay is a rock band from London, United rKingdom. The band is known for their rock melodies and introspective lyrics. The band consists of Chris Martin (lead vocals, guitar, piano/keyboard), Jon Buckland (lead guitar, harmonica, backing vocals), Guy Berryman (bass), and Will Champion (drums, backing vocals).
The band has enjoyed both commercial and critical success relatively early in their existence through their first full-length album, Parachutes, and the single "Yellow". Along with the acclaim, Parachutes was sometimes criticised for bearing a strong resemblance to the music of Radiohead in their The Bends - OK Computer era. The band's second full-length album, A Rush of Blood to the Head, was generally considered to be musically and lyrically more mature and sophisticated, and less obviously the product of one particular influence.
Parachutes was nominated for the Mercury Music Prize in 2000 and won the Best Alternative Music Performance award in the 2001/44th Annual Grammy Awards. Coldplay's second album "A Rush Of Blood To The Head" won two Grammys in 2002. In July 2003 they recorded a live DVD and CD, "Live 2003", at Sydney's Hordern Pavilion. Coldplay has a huge fan base, particularly in Europe and in the U.S.
Their third album is in post-production and is mastered by the band. It had a tentative release date of Spring 2005. However, in January 2005 the third album was set to be delayed until late June or early July 2005. By bandmember's words the delay happened because the band had no dead point for release and thus didn't feel obliged to complete fully the record. Drummer Will Champion has hinted that the album will contain 10 or 11 tracks. NME had an advanced preview of six tracks from the album: "Square One", "Talk", "Till Kingdom Come", "X&Y", "What If" and "The Hardest Part".
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