clocks is beautiful:
Thought id tell u bout the concert on 17th of april at earls court. actually
i cant tell u, ud have to see with ur own eyes to believe, and hear urself,
just amazing and beautiful. u know the thing about coldplay is they sing
bout all the important things in life and life itself. there's meaning
in the lyrics, true beauty in the sound and just four top people making
the music helps. the concert was just amazing, unfortunatley i was in
seating area but i still managed to get up and dance like a nutter. you
just cant help it though, can you, when u hear those soul touching songs
and ur heart begins to ache, something just runs through ur body and u
feel no shame at throwing ur limbs and torso round. coldplay really do
sing bout life, there's no need to hate any1 or try and hurt any1, just
love every1. it would be so much easier to live that way. 2 days have
gone now since ive seen them and i feel so empty, i miss them with all
my heart, i miss every1 there who loves coldplay. cant really describe
the concert, just beautiful, amazing, but even those words dont come close.
all my love, a coldplay fan.
I was sitin 1st row of seating right down the middle and ground level,
to far away really but my m8 bought the tickets, so i didnt have a choice
but i would much rather of stood, though every1 stood up in the end. It
wasn't that short but of course it was coz it's one of those moments you
just want to last forever. i really miss the guys and just miss that night
now, really wana go back and just do it all over again. was really amazing,
ive been listening to coldplay for over 3 years now and this was the 1st
time id seen them in concert, it was just really touching to see them
play the songs that ud lived ur life to for the past 3 years. hey one
of the new songs, sounds really quality, "one i love".
What a great gig. The acoustics were a bit crap, but not as bad as everyone
made them out to be. Ian Mculloghe came on and there were like 100 people
in the audience, we couldnt hear a word he was saying, although we were
near the back. Coldplay finally decided to come on about 9.10 and spent
about hour and 20 minutes on stage. A bit disapppoitned by the length
but Feeder were supporting and played through a few songs on their new
album. They even played Buck Rogers and said it was one of the last times
they would play it! The setlist was fairly good by Coldplay, all good
songs but where was Warning Sign? Also yellow, Clocks, trouble, in my
place were left to last. Big sing alongs for Everythings not lost and
yellow and we went ape when he came on for the encore and played clocks.
All in all a really good gig, cept maybe for the dodgy acoustics and the
short length of time Coldplay were on stage.
That was the most amazing gig, I knew it would be good but that was beyond
all my very high expectations. They put their all into every single track,
and I've never seen any band do it like that before. Great camera set
up, although from where I was sitting (or should I say standing on my
seat) a speaker was blocking Guy's screen, which I was less happy about.
Highlights were Politik, the Scientist, Yellow, In My Place and Everything's
Not Lost. And of course Clocks. Beautiful. Ah, dreaming of Berryman......
There have probably been threads about this already, but sod it, OH MY
GOD, I have never felt so blissful in my life!!!! they were bloody amazing
(I especially liked the little reference to Liam during ENL ). However,
I would have to be in the toilets when Yellow started, wouldn't I?!! If
anyone was there at the time, I was the girl shouting "Fuck!" very loudly
whilst running back. You don't know joy 'til you hear the deafening sounds
of an arena full of people singing along so enthusiastically to Coldplay
that their lungs might burst. Ooh, and Feeder played Just a Day in the
end - heaven!
Singing along to IMP, Yellow and ENL was just amazing. Loved Chris' little
comments, like after Politik : "By the way, we're Coldplay... we're a
four-piece" Coldplay - last of the true British Eccentrics
Feeder were truly amazing: Buck Rogers, Just A Day etc... Simply Amazing,
no better way to get everybody on a high! Then came Coldplay and blew
them away!.. Politik is simply amazing live but Chris didn't go that crazy
at the piano like he does. I was so gutted that I took 2 pics of Coldplay!...
So gutted... And it's there last European tour date! Gutted... But I still
enjoyed myself! However, I feel sorry for some girl who fainted right
before they started, and I mean right before they started. She gave me
this look and her eyes were wide open and they scared the shit out of
me! I was a bit unhappy with the setlist though. It was all a bit mixed
up... Trouble near the end, the scientist way too early. But I was glad
I got Amsterdam and Life is for Living! Two truly amazing songs - I had
some guy who was wasted going 'This song is fucking amazing!' and I just
couldn't stop laughing. What a way to end the show.
But the singalongs were fucking amazing! But I wanted SHIVER!... But
noooooooooooooooooooo!... That would have been amazing.. Always wanted
to hear it live! But it was my first concert and I'm fucking happy that
I saw Coldplay first!
Last night rocked !!! Was my first major music concert and i couldnt have
picked a better one to go to. Singing so loud to every single song soaking
in the atmosphere, having the time of my life Hats off coldplay, fantastic
it was so fuckin good! and it was hilarious wen chris sang about monobrows...
and changed the words to 'shave between your eyes'! definitley my best
coldplay gig! ahhh i still can believe that i was so near 2 chris! amazing..
and i will be putting my 2 camera films in 2 b developed 2day! feeder
were wicked 2.. and they said it would be the last time they played buck
rogers.. which was wicked!
I was there! It was wonderful! It was great! It was fantastic! Better
than Birmingham last year when I was stuck in the seats at the back. My
only prob was I left my spare film at home so only took a few photos before
my film ran out
I went! I've been into coldplay forever but never felt inclined to
see them live...this one was the best gig I've ever been to, not just
for the eye candy but for the whole experience! I've been to loads of
gigs since I was a teenager but none as good as this one, which is what
has prompted me to come on here... I was one from the front in standing,
just to the right of the middle, got there before the gates opened, and
thoroughly enjoyed myself - wish I'd had a camera, I would have got some
wicked shots Was a plus I got to be on one of the big screens in the background
with a few others when Chris was tinkling on the ivories... nice one Respect
to Feeder who were also very good....