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Album: Kaleidoscope - EP

Artist: Coldplay

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2017
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 5

  • Copyright: ℗ 2017 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company except track 4 (P)2017 Disruptor Recor

Tracklist For Kaleidoscope - EP By Artist Coldplay

Title Artist Time
1
All I Can Think About Is You Coldplay 4:34 USD 1.29
2
Miracles (Someone Special) Coldplay & Big Sean 4:36 USD 1.29
3
A L I E N S Coldplay 4:42 USD 1.29
4
Something Just Like This (Toky Coldplay & The Chainsmokers 4:33 USD 1.29
5
Hypnotised (EP Mix) Coldplay 6:31 USD 1.29

Reviews For Kaleidoscope - EP By Artist Coldplay

  • The Good Mix, well done

    4
    By danny devito-o's
    The album (kaleidoscope EP) contains a mixture of virtually everything Coldplay has ever made, and its great (although not the best) because they used stuff from the past while this was made only two years ago. I will rate the five songs from 1-10 •All I can think about is you(10/10) The album starts off with its best track “All I can think about is you.” And it goes back in time very deeply. The song starts off with a guitar and drums, then switches to some bass-lines, then back to guitar. Then the song becomes very calming with Martins vocals. And halfway in the song, it shifts to a more “rock” song and has a cut ending, which is a problem that “Birds” suffers with too. •Miracles(someone special)(9.5/10) This song came from the soundtrack for the movie “Unbroken”, but add Big Sean. The song is very good and encourages people to find their inner hero
  • Sorry but...

    1
    By AYEBROWNING
    Coldplay sould out and I don't like the new coldplay at all.
  • Generic pop band

    1
    By Clem8924
    I used to rerally enjoy Coldplays intimate sound with heartfelt lyrics now they just sound like any other genric overproduced pop/indie band its a shame.
  • 🧠

    5
    By 4S fan
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  • Not Quite But Close

    3
    By Bones_D
    I agree with many of the reviews of this EP and others where the chief complaint is that Coldplay have been too pop-ish, Maroon 5-like and synthotechish for my taste. I read where they were working with Brian Eno to broaden their sound and that may explain it. As a long-time fan I hope they are listening and will take what long-time fans are saying. I agree artists need to push their own boundaries, but I also think stay true to their core -- a lot of what's been lacking in the past few albums is guitar-driven ROCK and rhythm section. I like a few of these songs on the EP but a few are just not there for me. On “All I Can Think About Is You” we get some of that old Coldplay alternative rock sound, and “Aliens” has a great, dreamy multi-instrument sound similar to vintage Coldplay. Not too keen on the Big Sean collaboration, sound gap and clapping rhythm, but at least there is a guitar on this track, too. The final track is also one of those dream-like hypnotic ballads (?) that used to show up on an album once in awhile. It is growing on me but I’m not sure yet if I like it. Overall, it’s good to hear “new” Coldplay (yes, I bought it a year late -- on purpose). I hope they do some gigs with REAL alternative rockers and then collaborate with them. Would love to here how Coldplay, Death Cab for Cutie or The Killers would sound together, or possibly Kings of Leon or The Black Keys. Any of those would be EPIC...leave the Beyonce and Big Sean collaboration days behind and embrace ROCK in the future.
  • 🥉

    3
    By alex allott
    Ok
  • 🔥👍

    5
    By 21 murf
    Over 9000
  • Phenomenal!!

    5
    By JNB2678
    This album is amazing!!! Love all the music and how they sound! 😍😍😍 I highly recommend this album!!
  • Vintage Coldplay

    3
    By StiflersMom1013
    This holds up against the material they've put out in recent years by becoming the sell out Dave Grohl of pop. Not a good thing.
  • Great Albulm for 2017

    5
    By dholmain29
    Great Albulm, high quality sounding songs. My personal favorite is the song A.L.E.I.N, one my favorite song in this Albulm, excellenct work!

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