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Album: Ghost Stories: Live 2014

Artist: Coldplay

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2014
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • Copyright: ℗ 2014 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

Tracklist For Ghost Stories: Live 2014 By Artist Coldplay

Title Artist Time
Always In My Head (Alternate L Coldplay 3:35 USD 1.99
Oceans (Alternate Live Take) Coldplay 5:13 USD 1.99
Always In My Head (Live at the Coldplay 3:57 USD 1.29
Magic (Live at the Enmore Thea Coldplay 4:52 USD 1.29
Ink (Live at Le Casino De Pari Coldplay 4:09 USD 1.29
True Love (Live at the Enmore Coldplay 4:20 USD 1.29
Midnight (Live at the Royal Al Coldplay 4:48 USD 1.29
Another's Arms (Live at the Be Coldplay 3:55 USD 1.29
Oceans (Live at E-Werk, Cologn Coldplay 4:28 USD 1.29
A Sky Full of Stars (Live at t Coldplay 4:38 USD 1.29
O (Live at Royce Hall, Los Ang Coldplay 5:36 USD 1.29

Reviews For Ghost Stories: Live 2014 By Artist Coldplay

  • Interesting

    By B^ST1LL3
    It is a completely different Coldplay album, not like any others.
  • This Album Is Better Live

    By Kako90
    A Good Live Coldplay Album
  • Pleasant surprise

    By icouch
    I'm a huge fan of Coldplay's older rock-oriented albums. I had initially thought that "Viva La Vida" was their last good work, before they transitioned into pop music. "Ghost Stories" came as a surprise - it has elements of pop, but it's so much more. It's haunting, gorgeous, moody - and it doesn't follow conventional pop formula. It's true Coldplay. It's now my second fevorite Coldplay album, behind "Viva". A definite recommend to anyone who likes their music.
  • Pure Magic!

    By Blues0070
    Tho i wish all the songs were recoreded at the same concert/ vennue its a incredible album! Its a must have for any Coldplay fan!
  • 2014 Cold Play Live

    By Jolie Lives
    I was just downloading this & listened to "Always On My Mind" on both the Live version &. The Ghost album & found that Chris' vocals are clearer on the Live version rather than the Studio take. His voice cracked more often in Studio. Liked them both a lot for different reasons. <3<3<3<3<3
  • Coldplay

    By Fionnjkootii
    Coldplay never disappoint. Always perfect in every way.
  • This isn’t Coldplay

    By trv
    I’m open to all kinds of music—but this is such a dramatic departure from what made Coldplay iconic. This is too much pop and rainbows for me.
  • Coldplay live

    By Fwaaaaaz
    I was 1 time at a concert for Coldplay and it was amazing, I just can't describe it! With all the lights/visual it's just deferent than any other live concert I've been too! And I hope I can get to see them live again for this album (Ghost Stories)

    By coldplayfan82
    It was so cool to have Coldplay announce Live 2014, just a few months after they released Ghost Stories! And it doesn't disappoint at all. I'm so excited to listen to it every day! I constantly have it on repeat every day. If you love Ghost Stories, you'll love this even more.
  • Great Album but needs more live elements

    By MartinZzzzzzz
    Coldplay sounds great in the live but i guess all they need are elements that shall be added when preforming live music, otherwise it doesn’t make a big difference to me when comparing to the original album. As a huge fan, i would recommend this album even though they are playing around with these electronic “trashes”. Still hoping that they would use more actual sound instrument like they did in the last album. Whats more, this album takes more than u thought to be understood and therefore “A Sky Full of Stars” is not the best song in this album from my personal concern. I will give 4 stars for this album disregarding some recording and mixing problems.

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