Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by B.A.D., Oct 21, 2019.
Yeah, the tracklist was published in a newspaper in Wales. By Coldplay.
First play of both songs on Annie Mac from 7:30pm.
I hope to god Pharrell isn't on this album.
You guys reminded me to revisit Ghost Stories for the first time in years and years, and wow it really is a quiet masterpiece, isn't it? I had completely forgotten how breathtaking it was at the time (and still is).
Mylo Xyloto and A Head Full of Dreams had their moments, but looking at their tracklists, I can't recall 80% of either.
Even if I love it I can admit that A Head Full of Dreams was a bit redundant and the band on autopilot, however Mylo Xyloto remains of their best albums, and their most colorful and uplifting to date.
Please bring back good Coldplay.
I'm keeping a very open mind.
Orphans is great. Not really feeling Arabesque.
Love Arabesque. I can work with Orphans too.
These are both excellent.
Stromae is the voice singing in French on ‘Arabesque,’ with horns by Femi Kuti and his son. The track samples a Fela Kuti speech. It’s a pretty glorious sprawl.
Arabesque is really good, I wish it was even longer. Orphans is nothing they haven't done before.
Both songs are excellent but Abaresque is certainly the standout song for me, what an experience!
do we have videos? because I think they can put out interesting ones when they want.
Both songs are brilliant.
Arabesque is their best song since whatever and Orphans is quite enjoyable too. Perched.
They’re definitely not single material. Arabesque is really great, not feeling Orphans as much. Still, I’m liking the overall vibe and interested to see what the rest of the album brings.
Orphans in particular sounds very meh 2010 Indie Playlist. The hooting and hollering over that muddy percussion. Keep it.
Yes, but Hymn for the Weekend remains a favorite of mine.
Orphans is....eh, fine. Arabesque is good.
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