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Coldplay confirm new album Mylo Xyloto for October

Coldplay have confirmed that their fifth studio album, ‘Mylo Xyloto’ (pronounced my-lo zy-letoe) will be released by EMI/Parlophone Records on October 24 (October 25 in the US by EMI’s Capitol Records).

Produced by Markus Dravs, Daniel Green, Rik Simpson with enoxification and additional composition by Brian Eno, the album follows 2008′s ‘Viva La Vida’ which reached no.1 in 36 countries.

‘Mylo Xyloto’ will be released in digital, CD and vinyl formats. The 180-gram vinyl edition will include a 12” x 36” poster. A special limited edition pop-up album version will also be available, which will include a 12″ x 12″ hardback book containing graffiti pop-up art designed by David A. Carter, vinyl, CD and exclusive content including photographs, excerpts from the studio diary and the band’s personal notebooks. The “reversible” cover art was just revealed at www.coldplay.com. Half of the CDs will be packaged with the full color artwork as the cover while the other 50% will have the CD booklet flipped, showing the silver initials “M X” via a die-cut sheet placed over the color image.

‘Paradise’, the band’s new single will be released as a commercial single on September 12, the same day it goes to radio. In the meantime, here’s a reminder of Coldplay’s great current single ‘Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall’:

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  1. I love this band and hope to be ready in Guatemala…!!

  2. OMG! I just have to say #argentinawantscoldplay, FOREVER!!!
    WE NEED YOU!! :D

  3. Edgardo,

    Dear Coldplay and EMI,

    I’m happily awaiting this next release of one of my favorite bands. I also want to see the music on this CD sound as best as it possibly can. This means no Loudness War-type treatment via mastering — no nasty compression, no limiting, no brickwalling, etc. I’m more than willing to pay for my favorite music in quality sound. But the band, as well as the label, must be willing to do the same. If this unfortunately becomes another sonic mess like most of modern chart music today, I’m afraid this is why many people unlawfully steal music without supporting the label or the artist. To many people they think, “Why should I have to spend money on a product (CD) if the music is basically unlistenable due to the Loudness Wars?”

    Please adhere to my wishes and give us this in the best sound possible.
    Music fans and audiophiles alike will sincerely appreciate this, as will I. It’s all about the music, remember?

  4. Edgardo,

    Again, please make this sound the best it can. I don’t want to be disappointed with the sound when I buy this CD. Thank you.

  5. Laurentiu,

    I hope the digital version will be also in some lossless format. And if I could buy it not only from iTunes it should be wonderful.

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