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Prospekt's March

Coldplay

Prospekt's March

Reviews

  • Currently 5.0/5 Stars.

Type: Album

Sampling: 44,1 kHz

Source: CD

Tracks: 8

Language: English

Total size: 63.02 Mb

Year: 2008

Total price: $0.96


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I really love Prospekt's March from Coldplay. It makes a great addition to the album Viva La Vida. My favorite songs from this EP are Life in Technicolor ii and Glass of Water.

The first track, Life in Technicolor, is an awesome song. It's also fun to sing along, and is also catchy. Everyone who buys Prospekt's March should buy Life in Technicolor. Postcards From Far Away is a short forty-eight second song, and has a pretty cool piano part. I don't recommend buying it unless you want the whole EP.

Glass Of Water is also an amazing song. I love the chorus because of its cheerfulness, and I also love how upbeat and happy background music. Glass of Water is also one of my favorite Coldplay songs.

Rainy Day is also a good song from Prosepkt's March. I really love the string parts, it makes this song sound so cool. The next track, Prospekt's March, is the calmest song in this album. It has a really slow and romantic feel to it.

Lost+ is another amazing song from this EP. The lyrics are pretty interesting, and Jay-Z adds a pretty good rap part at the end of it. The seventh track, Lovers in Japan, is actually a remix in Prospekt's March. It's basically the short version of the Viva La Vida version of it.

The final track, Now My Feet Won't Touch The Ground, is a great ending song to this album. It puts you in a peaceful mood, and the instrumental is awesome.

Overall, Prospekt's March is a great EP. It makes a great addition to Viva La Vida with eight awesome tracks, and I recommend this album to anybody who likes Coldplay. Prospekt's March deserves 5/5 stars.
Its a given that Coldplay have never strangers to success. Their history on the international and domestic arenas have given them recondition from the BRITs to Grammy awards. The Prospekts March E.P may not have seemed like a big addition to the already popular 'Viva La Vida' album, but with Coldplay's track record and with a total of 8 tracks on the E.P it was expected to impress, and it does. The album starts with 'Life in Technicolor II' - an outstanding take on Life in Technicolour, there are other renditions of original tracks; Lost! gets heightened with Jay-Z brought in, which goes hand in hand with the stomping drums and hand clap rhythms. Lovers in Japan also gets shortened (and somewhat improved) under a new name 'Lovers in Japan Osaka Sun Mix'. The last track entitled 'Now My Feet Won't Touch the Ground' then goes on to carry the theme of a few of the album tracks masterfully.
A must have album for any Coldplay fan or anyone who enjoyed 'Viva La Vida'. (The Prospekts March E.P can also be found on the extended version of Viva La Vida entitled: 'Viva La Vida - Prospekts March Edition').

Similar Artists Include: 'U2', 'Oasis', 'The Killers', 'Snow Patrol', 'REM', 'Kent', 'Radiohead', 'Keane', 'The Verve', 'The Fray' or 'Muse'

If you appreciated this album I would recommend purchasing: Viva La Vida by Coldplay, X&Y by Coldplay, Parachutes by Coldplay and The Suburbs by The Arcade Fire

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