Exclusive! 'Moses' from 'Live 2003' DVD
October 08, 2003 6:42 PM
You heard it here first! Click here to listen to 'Moses,' an exclusive [RealAudio] version that will be featured on the upcoming 'Live 2003' DVD. Oh, and when you're done, be sure to leave a comment!
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Chris Wants Charges Dropped
October 08, 2003 5:12 PM
Chris Martin has requested police drop a charge of malicious damage against him relating to an alleged incident in Australia.
As previously reported, the Coldplay singer was allegedly involved in an incident in July this year with a photographer at the popular Byron Bay beach resort where he was surfing.
Photographer Jon Lister claims Martin demanded he deleted the pictures of him surfing from a digital camera. As the argument progressed it is alleged he went at Lister's vehicle with a rock, before attempting to let the air out of his tyres.
BBC news reports that a hearing today his lawyer, Megan Cusack, asked for the charge to be dropped. Magistrate Chris Bone adjourned the case until 21 November.
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More Live DVD Details
October 06, 2003 8:58 PM
Coldplay have insisted the release of their upcoming DVD be packaged with 100% recycled paper.
The band have insisted the environmental friendly packaging for both versions of the DVD. It will be released as a special limited edition pack with bonus features and well as the standard double disc on November 10.
The show was filmed at Sydney's Hordern Pavilion in July but will include a tour diary taking you to Los Angeles, Madrid, Denver and London.
Coldplay will debut the new song 'Moses' on the disc and resurrect 'See You Soon,' previously only available on their first EP 'The Blue Room.'
Coldplay's Sydney show will be released on DVD on November 10.
There will also be an audio CD version of the concert.
Coldplay have one more song to come off their 'A Rush of Blood To The Head' album. 'The Scientist' will be released on October 20.
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Shooting for the Hall
October 03, 2003 7:00 PM
British rockers Coldplay are so determined to make it into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, their next album will be the one that gets them there.
Frontman Chris Martin and his group have already become darlings of the critics, but he's out to make sure the group's next album is the one that helps than get into the rock mecca.
He explains, "We're gonna try to make a record that will get us inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame."
The group will start recording the third album in Chicago, Illinois, at the end of the year, but, oddly, they'll have to wait another 22 years to become eligible for a Hall of Fame induction artists are only considered 25 years after their first hit.
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Q Awards Leave Coldplay Empty-Handed
October 02, 2003 10:20 PM
Coldplay have missed out on all four of the awards they were nominated for at this year's Q Awards.
Instead it was Radiohead who beat them to the title of best act in the world.
Coldplay were also up for best single (Clocks), best video (The Scientist) and best live performers.
But Christina Aguilera walked away with the best single award for Dirrty, Electric Six won best video for Gay Bar and Robbie Williams' sell-out Knebworth gigs earned him the best live act.
Coldplay who recently picked up three prizes at the MTV video music awards and have also scooped two grammys stayed away from the awards, voted by Q magazine readers.
Blur won best album for Think Tank, while The Thrills picked up the best new act award and Muse won the award for innovation.
The awards also honoured some veteran bands.
The Cure won the inspiration award, which recognises an act that has inspired a new generation of musicians and songwriters.
Dexy's Midnight Runners won the songwriter award, US rockers Jane's Addiction won the icon award, and Duran Duran picked up the prize for lifetime achievement - just as they did at the MTV Video Music Awards in New York in August.
See the full list of winners.
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