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COLDPLAY
Koko Camden, London
June 6, 2005


It's been three years since Coldplay's platinum-selling A Rush Of Blood To The Head. The new album, X&Y, was delayed by three months but that didn't stop the band from having a sell-out crowd when they played at Koko Camden on June 6.

Frontman Chris Martin gave a typically energetic performance as he launched into Square One from the new album, followed by old favourites Politik and Clocks. Other songs from the new album that the band played are Low, Speed Of Sound, White Shadows, 'Till Kingdom Come, What If and Fix You. According to The Scotsman, Martin's wife, Oscar-winner Gwyneth Paltrow, was said to be one of the guests in the VIP lounge.

The gig, which was broadcast live on Britain's Radio One, was the only chance for fans to see the group in an intimate venue (capacity of Koko Camden is 1,200) before Coldplay perform at a number of huge outdoor shows this summer - including their headline appearance at Glastonbury’s Pyramid Stage on June 25.

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Disc 1
Track 01 Intro (581k)
Track 02 Square One (6.9MB)  
Track 03 Politik (7.4MB)  
Track 04 Yellow (7.6MB)  
Track 05 Low (7.9MB)  
Track 06 Speed Of Sound (7.0MB)  
Track 07 God Put A Smile Upon Your Face (7.2MB)  
Track 08 A Warning Sign (7.3MB)  
Track 09 Everything's Not Lost (7.4MB)  
Track 10 White Shadows (7.5MB)  
Track 11 The Scientist (8.5MB)  
Track 12 The Best Band In Camden Speech (1.8MB)  
 
Disc 2
 
Track 01 'Til Kingdom Come (6.4MB)  
Track 02 Right Said Fred (Band Introduction) (1.1MB)  
Track 03 Don't Panic (3.6MB)  
Track 04 Clocks (9.0MB)  
Track 05 What If (6.9MB)  
Track 06 DJ Chat (3.1MB)  
Track 07 In My Place (5.5MB)  
Track 08 Goodbye Chat (2.5MB)  
Track 09 Fix You (7.8MB)  

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