Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends / Prospekt's March
 : Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends / Prospekt's March

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by: Coldplay

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Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 5099926578422
Edition: Deluxe Edition
Format: Deluxe Edition
Item Dimensions: 1950415543
Label: Capitol
Languages: SpanishUnknown
Manufacturer: Capitol
Number Of Discs: 2
Number Of Items: 2
Publication Date: November 24, 2008
Publisher: Capitol
Release Date: November 24, 2008
Studio: Capitol

Disc 1:
  1. Life In Technicolor
  2. Cemeteries Of London
  3. Lost!
  4. 42
  5. Lovers In Japan/Reign Of Love
  6. Yes
  7. Viva La Vida
  8. Violet Hill
  9. Strawberry Swing
  10. Death And All His Friends
  11. END
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Special edition. Viva La Vida Prospekt's March is a two CD limited quantity set featuring the original Viva La Vida album and the Prospekt's March EP which contains six 2008 completed songs that were recorded during the Viva La Vida sessions and new versions of 'Lost'. Coldplay's 2008 release, Viva La Vida or Death And All His Friends is their fourth album . The original album comprises of ten brand new tracks, recorded in London, Barcelona and New York with producers Brian Eno and Markus Dravs. Viva La Vida follows the hugely successful album "X&Y", which has sold 10 million copies since its release in 2005.
What's this? New Coldplay material so soon after the release of Viva La Vida? In fact, Prospekt's March is a collection of songs that were chiefly intended for the band's fourth album that weren't finished before the deadline. There are eight tracks in total (some new, some new-ish), and a couple of re-workings of older material. Amongst the re-imaginings is a largely decorative Osaka Sun mix of "Lovers in Japan," and a version of "Lost" that includes an unlikely guest vocalist in the shape of Jay-Z. It seems to work. Of the new material, the piano interlude "Postcards from Far Away" is the shortest and most coruscating work, while "Life in Technicolor (II)" is larger (but slightly less successful), adding only cursory elements to its predecessor on Viva La Vida. More alluring are the gigantic "Glass of Water," the experimental "Rainy Day," and the beautifully melancholy "Prospekt's March/Poppy Fields." Overall, the album is a mixed bag of sorts, but one that's generally more enjoyable than not.--Danny McKenna

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