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Coldplay: Live 2003

Live 2003 is a live album by English alternative rock band Coldplay, first released in November 2003. The set features concerts filmed at Sydney'sHordern Pavilion on 21 July 2003 and 22 July 2003.

It was nominated for "Best Music Video: Long Form" at the 2004 Grammy Awards

The song Moses, exclusive to this album, was written about Chris Martin's wife Gwyneth Paltrow. The song inspired the name of Chris and Gwyneth's second child, Moses Bruce Anthony Martin, born in 2006. The song was solicited to US alternative radio as the album's only single on 6 October 2003. The cut "Clocks" had a small promotional radio release in some countries like Spain. The album is the band's second live release, following Trouble – Norwegian Live EP from 2001.


Coldplay: Glastonbury 2011

We were stuck, quite literally at part one – the mud having now morphed into glue - with what was a compelling and rewarding Coldplay headline show. It was the type of musical muscle and flared gusto that more headline performances should inspire towards.

The might of Yellow and a rare outing for Everything’s Not Lost were just two musical highlights as frontman Chris Martin bounced naturally around the Pyramid Stage. But a bright Viva La Vida and whirling rendition of Fix You went some way to show people too that they just might become the surprise bill-toppers of the weekend as lasers and fireworks blazed out a near faultless effort.


Coldplay: MTV World Stage (Tokyo 2009) [NEW]

The show has been streamed by MTV in 62 countries on 27th February 2009.

1. Violet Hill
2. In My Place
3. Yellow
4. Fix You
5. God Put a Smile Upon Your Face/Talk
6. Viva La Vida
7. Lost!
8. Lovers In Japan
9. The Scientist
10. Life in Technicolor



Coldplay: Toronto 2006 [NEW]

Footage was filmed at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Ontario, on 22 and 23 March 2006, but (despite having announced a DVD release in March) they have shown the concert in Canada on Much Music. The airing date was Thursday 14 December 2006 at 9pm and replays occurred at midnight and 3:30pm on Friday 15 December 2006. Footage has also been shown on Spanish television and HDNet and there are plans to air it in other, non-specified countries. Due to the lack of air play on mainstream channels in many countries, the show has been heavily shared over the Internet.

This is Coldplay's first (and their only to date) tour not named after the album it was promoting. It is also notable that the tour is named after a song on X&Y that has never been played live at any of the concerts.


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