|A1||Life In Technicolor||2:29|
|A2||Cemeteries Of London||3:21|
|A5||Lovers In Japan / Reign Of Love||6:51|
|B1.2||Chinese Sleep Chant||3:01|
|B2||Viva La Vida||4:04|
|B5.1||Death And All His Friends||3:34|
|CD-1||Life In Technicolor||2:29|
|CD-2||Cemeteries Of London||3:21|
|CD-5||Lovers In Japan / Reign Of Love||6:51|
|CD-6.2||Chinese Sleep Chant||3:01|
|CD-7||Viva La Vida||4:04|
|CD-10.1||Death And All His Friends||3:34|
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Lyrics aside, Viva la Vida fixes most of the glaring problems with 2005's X&Y, simply by eschewing verse-chorus structures in favour of something more episodic. Uncoupling them from the standard framework allows Chris Martin's melodies to shine: even his loudest detractor could hardly deny his way with a tune, as evidenced here by 42 and Lovers in Japan
Death and All His Friends" is a song by British rock band Coldplay. It was written by all members of the band for their fourth album, Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends. The song begins with Chris Martin singing softly to a piano accompaniment before morphing into an uplifting arrangement featuring drums, chiming guitars, and a choir recorded in an art gallery in Barcelona.
We All Fall in Love Sometimes. Главная Переводы песен C Coldplay Death And All His Friends. 6 7 8 9. Death And All His Friends (оригинал Coldplay). Смерть и все ее друзья (перевод Дмитрий Глухих из Кирова). All winter we got carried. Away over on the roof tops, let's get married.
Viva la Vida is Coldplay’s effort to raise the creative bar in the wake of both huge commercial success and some not-insubstantial critical drubbing. But befitting their brand, the record isn’t that much of a departure: It’s still about stadium-scale melodies and singalong choruses. There are many U2 echoes on Viva la Vida, most notably Jonny Buckland’s guitar tone, which is more aggressive than ever. The album’s most sublime pop moment is probably Lost! a song about holding on against the odds that has the breathtaking loft of I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For. It builds on a simple church-organ riff, a kick drum and some hand claps to a rhythmically soaring, Edge-like guitar solo.
Viva La Vida definitely makes some departures from the bands usual formula, which happens to be one of the most commercially successful rock-pop blueprints of recent years. These two songs are the best from the album (But you may differ!). Strawberry Swing" and the somber "Death and All His Friends" conclude the album.
Viva La Vida or Death and All His Friends' was released in the . 10 years ago. Coldplay do not trade in mystery. Depending on your vantage point, Chris Martin is either a blank slate onto which we can project our most universal emotions, a remarkable doof constantly in awe over how big and beautiful the world can seem, or some sublime combination of the two. He’s never been anything but transparent about the guiding forces behind his band, who are among our most reliable remixers of the rock canon . This is true to a degree, but it undersells what the album turned out to be, which is one of the last meaningful collisions of big indie and mainstream rock.
When Coldplay sampled Kraftwerk on their third album, X&Y, it was a signifier for the British band, telegraphing their classicist good taste while signaling how they prefer the eternally hip to the truly adventurous; it was stylish window dressing for soft arena rock. Hiring Brian Eno to produce the bulk of their fourth album, Viva la Vida, is another matter entirely. Eno pushes them, not necessarily to experiment but rather to focus and refine, to not leave their comfort zone but to find some tremulous discomfort within it. In his hands, this most staid of bands looks to shake things up,.