Coldplay – Live2012

8 February 2013

Today, I didn’t go to school, I got a bad fever since the day before. Today I woke up feeling better, and rested whenever possible. That night, I dreamt about my friends in Pelatnas 1 TOKI 2013, playing and joking around. I missed that moment.

In the morning, I went to feel a little nostalgic when looking around things from Pelatnas: the certificate, the psychological test result, the problems, the attempts to the problems, and the screen-shots of accounts hacked during unmonitored times. I got an inspiration to create a game for the next TWoS, a game adapted from a problem of Pelatnas.

During the afternoon, I continued to code that game. I also tried to get some rest, but I couldn’t fall asleep at all. Around 4pm, I started to watched Coldplay – Live2012 live album.

First thought, I was great, Hurts Like Heaven was the first song, followed by In My Place, then a little comments for the band from Chris Martin. The next song played was Major Minus, taped in Madrid which transitioned to Paris; later followed by Yellow which Chris sang the first verse accompanied by piano chords first.

Next comment was Jonny’s, which followed by Violet Hill taped in La Cigale, and God Put a Smile Upon Your Face, which used a newer arrangement since their performance of this song in Glastonbury Festival (2011). Princess of China was next, Rihanna was featured too.

Will’s was the next to comment. There was [a quite boring] Up in Flames and Viva la Vida, which was taped in Glastonbury Festival 2011 [also quite boring, because I’ve listened to the audio for many times].

The comment next is from Guy Berryman, my favourite Coldplay member, why? because he is cool. Then it was Charlie Brown, which was very amazing, the Xylobands were there almost all the time. It was followed by Paradise, also accompanied by the wristbands. They were very colourful.

Next was Us Against the World, played alongside the crowds, in Montreal. Followed by Clocks, which was also nice, like the music video which was shiny. The next comment came up, and Fix You followed it. It was very nice, like always. The last song was Every Teardop Is a Waterfall. Up with the Birds was played alongside the credits.

Overall, it was nice, to watch a concert film. Something that I didn’t like are they are focused in Stade de France, Paris; also, some recordings are in a low quality, maybe because I’m watching the DVD version. But it was nicer than watching a normal concert, because it was dramatized and edited to make us feel thrilled.


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