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Hands up if you like coldplay

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That is probably the first song of theirs I have ever heard and I did not find it entertaining.
 

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I never liked Coldplay all that much because all their songs sound the same. This song is no exception.
 

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"You know how I know you're gay? You listen to Coldplay." - David from The 40 Year Old Virgin
 

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Hand up.

Their great live.
 

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I could never get into Coldplay. Their music was always incredibly boring and very well-worn territory to me. They are kind of that mainstream band that you don't feel guilty for liking because they are considered to be "hip". It's kind of like how everyone got obsessed with Radiohead during their OK Computer and Kid A albums. I'm a bit of a spoiled brat with my music in that it really has to blow me away if I'm going to listen to it regularly. I don't even really give stuff a chance to grow on me.
 

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Love Coldplay, almost got to see them live once. But As I've said in another post awhile back, I have a deep emotional attachment to music, it can be quite upsetting for me.

Songs like the scientist and Yellow, I actually physically can't listen to anymore because they upset me (remind me of past relationships and the like)
 
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