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Album: A Head Full of Dreams

Artist: Coldplay

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2015
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • Copyright: ℗ 2015 Parlophone Records Limited, a Warner Music Group Company

Tracklist For A Head Full of Dreams By Artist Coldplay

Title Artist Time
A Head Full of Dreams Coldplay 3:43 USD 1.29
Birds Coldplay 3:49 USD 1.29
Hymn for the Weekend Coldplay 4:18 USD 1.29
Everglow Coldplay 4:42 USD 1.29
Adventure of a Lifetime Coldplay 4:23 USD 1.29
Fun (feat. Tove Lo) Coldplay 4:27 USD 1.29
Kaleidoscope Coldplay 1:51 USD 1.29
Army of One Coldplay 6:16 USD 1.29
Amazing Day Coldplay 4:31 USD 1.29
Colour Spectrum Coldplay 1:00 USD 1.29
Up&Up Coldplay 6:45 USD 1.29

Reviews For A Head Full of Dreams By Artist Coldplay

  • Well Done

    By aferris21
    Love many songs in this album. Hymn for the Weekend is one of the best songs they’ve ever written while a lot of the others are also really good too.
  • Bland awful

    By Semi-Sammy
  • So BAD

    By Monami
    This is the worst album they've done!!! not their sound at all, tried something different and it just sound awful , sorry Coldplay but dont do this type of music it does not suit you guys, go back to your roots, listen how you started and the fame you got, this is not YOU!!!!
  • Best Band that exists

    By saf ssf af asdfsdf
    Pure talent from all the years that they have made music! Most people say that Coldplay isn’t their favorites anymore because they changed from rock to pop. But they sound amazing either way!!! 👍👍👍 FIRE!!! 🔥
  • ❤️

    By Trust and Us
  • Not bad

    By brady r creasy
    I’m not huge on this project I thought ghost stories was better than this even with all the electronic stuff in it I like that album more than this one imo
  • Actually listen to some of the songs instead of reading the reviews.

    By xNVMBRx
    I will admit that this album is a bit different compared their previous albums in the sense that they add a lot more of the sounds and beats you would probably hear in a pop album rather than an alternative one. However, that’s not to say that just because they wanted to try something new (similar to their other album “Mylo Xyloto”) means that there won’t be some decent songs on it. Although I admit I enjoy more songs off of some of their older albums (especially X & Y), I did enjoy “Adventure of a Lifetime”, “Hymn for the weekend”, and “Up&Up”. It is a drastic difference from when they first started recording albums, but it’s honestly not that bad and maybe you should actually try listening to the songs instead of just reading all the bad reviews and haters.
  • Eh

    By Kushs_
    Nothing like the Coldplay I fell in love with.
  • Why so many complaints??

    By breemarin
    Ok so I have no idea why there are so many people who don’t like this album. I personally LOVE every single song in this album. I think that Coldplay is getting even better, not worse. I understand how people might not like that they’re changing and want “the old Coldplay” back, but this change in their sound has been coming for a while. Just look at Ghost Stories, or even Mylo Xyloto. Coldplay has been leading up to an album like this for a while, and none of us should be surprised. Rather, let’s embrace this (amazing) album! If you don’t love it, give it a chance. It has much more to offer than meets the eye.
  • I really don’t get the hate For This Album

    By Kako90
    C’mon How Can Anyone Dislike this Album

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