Coldplay’s Chris Martin is a great friend of mine that I have spoken to on several occasions. Today, arrived a copy of the new Coldplay album: Viva La Vida or Death And All His Friends.
French Correspondent at WhatIfGaming says this is an interpretation on something that means “Live The Life.” Differing from A Rush of Blood To The Head and somewhat X&Y, the newer album takes the inspirations from sentiments of revolutionaries throughout time, not just the most noticeably influential from the Red Massacre and French Revolutions back a few centuries. Aside from the precipitation of harmonious melodies and piano sonata’s, Coldplay has clearly taken a religious awakening this time around.
As recorded in many Spanish and Latin American churches, Viva La Vida is an influential blessing to torn strands of sadomasochism to produce a beautiful and simply comprised CD than previous titles. Starting with Life In Technicolour, the listener is invited into an instrumental version of the world of life, color, and moreover art through kindling sounds and calm reverbs. Following up are the haunting sounds of the Cemeteries of London, filled with descriptions of ghosts and life after death where the sinful lay waste throughout the night. The rest of the songs continue to be severely dipped in religious overtones. Yes being about a noter for acceptance through forgiveness, Viva La Vida according to our confirmation with Parlophone, shifts in perspectives from an understanding of the Crusades to that of the Roman Conquest. 42 follows in closely with strong sound of a pervading aura that explores the mysteries that one can’t ever grasp in life, finishing off with the finale of the album Death and All His Friends through a journey of the forces around the world that keeps it forever infinite.
It is a song everyone should listen to before they die. -Chris Martin, responding to the album’s climax: 42.
If you’re a fan of Coldplay but not religion, this album delivers religious messages reminiscent to some songs in Coldplay’s last album: X&Y. Above the depth of the artistic waters that this album is swimming in is a much more important message to be interpreted. That we are all people rising to the occasion of revolution in our thought and actions. As such, most of the songs were written from a definite inspiration and with a definite message, but it is up to each and every one of you to understand it in your own way.
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