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Mylo Xyloto Import


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Oct. 24 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: EMI Music Canada
  • ASIN: B0053YGYO4
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)

1. Mylo Xyloto
2. Hurts Like Heaven
3. Paradise
4. Charlie Brown
5. Us Against The World
6. M.M.I.X.
7. Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall
8. Major Minus
9. U.F.O.
10. Princess Of China
11. Up In Flames
12. A Hopeful Transmission
13. Don’t Let It Break Your Heart
14. Up With The Birds

Product Description

2011 release, the fifth studio album from the British Pop/Rock quartet. Mylo Xyloto, was produced by Markus Dravs, Daniel Green, and Rik Simpson (the official press release adds "with enoxification and additional composition by Brian Eno"). R&B sensation Rihanna guests on one track on the album. Features the first single 'Every Teardrop Is Waterfall'.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Ms Dee on Dec 5 2011
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Well, I have to start by saying I am not a die-hard Coldplay fan. I was introduced to "A Rush of Blood to the Head" and it had me hooked. I have played that cd to death and it is one my favorite albums. "Clocks" is that type of song that sticks to your ribs and stays there, like good food on a cold day.
However, I have not enjoyed this album at all. I thought that when I previewed it on iTunes, I would love it. I have now purchased it and feel I made a mistake. This album is for DIEHARD Coldplay fans; if you are not, buy "A Rush of Blood to the Head" and "Viva La Vida". Just my opinion from a very fussy music fan. Take what you want from this review and leave the rest. At least give it a listen before you buy it. Lyrics are good; "Paradise" is a beautiful song.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Canadian Dan on Aug. 21 2012
Format: LP Record
I've listened to this album dozens and dozens of times and have given it far too many chances to impress me. So this is what I have to say. Like U2, its obvious Coldplay wanted to reinvent themselves and have a new sound in the new decade. Coldplay tried and they miserably failed a reinventing Coldplay. When U2 recorded "Achtung Baby" they made sure it sounded nothing like the old u2. Bono hated the old U2 so much he changed how he wrote lyrics and how he sang in these new songs. U2 changed everything on "Achtung Baby", this is what made it such a good record because it a total reivention of who they were. Another great example of a great reinvention of sound is Radiohead's Kid A. When recording Kid A, Radiohead hated the 90's Radiohead and changed everything about their music. Radiohead, a 90's band who's songs revolved around guitar parts and known for their amazing guitar work, totally removed the guitars and used keyboards instead. Sounds like commercial suicide but Radiohead didn't care, they wanted to totally change their sound. The point that I'm trying to get to is, unlike Radiohead and U2, obviously Coldplay didn't want to take a risk at all. They kept the same Chris martin voice and Edge like guitar licks found in all of their other albums. The only difference is some added electronic loops and syths, that's it. That's what makes it a lukewarm reinvention. Unlike Radiohead and U2, Coldplay was concerned about what people would think of them if they fully reinvented their sound. Sadly, Coldplay played it safe on this album and missed out on a great chance. Don't buy this album and check out much more talented artists like U2 and Radiohead.
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By Steph TOP 1000 REVIEWER on Feb. 20 2014
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Mylo Xyloto is one more album in an already fantastic discography for Coldplay. I hope you have a good sound system because you're going to want to crank up the volume.
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By jandy on Nov. 6 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Play this in the car all the time, a bit different than their other music that I have. Once I'd listened to it a few times it really grew on me.
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By Connor on Oct. 14 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I've been a fan of Coldplay since "Parachutes", and I'd like to say that despite critical reception, I think this is a brilliant album of experimental new tunes from my favorite alt. rock band. Buy this album. It's a good one.
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By maarie on April 9 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Reçu très rapidement et en excellent état (pratiquement neuf!) Je recommande ce vendeur pour une rapidité d'envoie et une bonne qualité de produit!
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By Denise on Jan. 4 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
If you like Coldplay then this is a must. It's in my car and almost played to exhaustion, love it!
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Format: Audio CD
Well the boys from across the ocean have done it again! This CD is great! It will appeal to many people that love different genres as it has songs that will appeal to most music junkies such as myself.

Coldplay to me can do no wrong. I really feel that they will have a musical career like the success U2 has had over time & they deserve that. Of course Chris Martin's vocals always shine through whether he is doing a powerful rock song or a sweet ballad (which to me is his moneymaker). I was sitting the other night listening to this CD and it suddenly hit me how to describe Chris Martin's voice on one of Coldplay's ballad style songs......it is like what I think a lullaby sounds like to a baby; truly comforting, calming and just transports you to heaven. I could listen to anyone of Coldplay's ballads on repeat or shuffle forever!

My favorite songs are:

"Us Against The World" which is like listening to a great acoustical song while enjoying a glass of wine & great chats with your friends over dinner.

"Up In Flames" is a really great acoustical song as well that highlight Chris's beautiful voice. Lyrically it reminds me of a song that is written after a relationship has ended as it has alot of insight yet somehow he just make it sound so beautifully; if only breakups could feel as good as he sounds! Ha! Ha!

"Paradise" is a great rock song reminiscent of what Coldplay is know for with today's youth. This type of song is what drives the youthful masses to them.

"Princess of China" is a really good song and a great collaboration with Rihanna (although I couldn't see her name featured on the CD insert; maybe I missed it). I never would have thought their voices would fit but defintely they do really well.
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