So as we reported earlier, Coldplay is almost done recording and mixing their fourth studio album.  The new album will be titled, Viva la Vida, but there is still a chance in which the albums title would be named, Death and All His Friends.  The album has had a confirmed track list, which will feature ten tracks.

Just like we had posted earlier, there will be several tracks in which will not be featured on the album, but rather will be released before the June 16th release.  So why put out an E.P. of a ton of singles instead of just putting out two different L.P.'s?  I ask myself that question, and something just clicked in my head.  Since they can't decide over which title they want to use for the album, they should just put out two albums, one with the confirmed track listing, and the other with the tracks which will not be featured on the album.  They could make it a two disc set, one disc being Viva la Vida and the other being Death and All His Friends.  What do you guys think of this idea?  I hope they change their mind, and decide to do what I suggest!  So there has been one for sure thing besides the track listing, and that is the album will not be titled, Prospekt, but rather one of the two names suggested above and in the title of the post.

Confirmed Track Listing:
"Life in Technicolor"
"Cemeteries of London"
"Lovers in Japan/Reign of Love"
"Viva la Vida"
"Violet Hill"
"Strawberry Swing"
"Death and All His Friends"

Singles To Be Released Before The Album Is Released:
"Poppy Fields"
"Prospekt's March"
"Famous Old Painters"
"Glass of Water"
"Rainy Day"
"Song for the Escapist"
"Chinese Sleep Chant"

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Anonymous said... @ June 5, 2008 at 3:31 AM


Sem said... @ June 16, 2008 at 3:54 PM

I bought the CD today and it really is great.
Exceeding expectations!
It really sends shivers down my spine, in a good way.
I reccomend everybody to buy this album.

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