Review of Coldplay’s New Album, Mylo Xyloto

On Monday, October 24, Coldplay’s follow-up to Viva La Vida was released in stores.  The album is called Mylo Xyloto and it is 44 minutes of bliss.  Mylo Xyloto opens with the title track which is 42 second-long instrumental piece that leads into the first song on the album, “Hurts Like Heaven”.  I, like so many other Coldplay fans, feel to have the whole effect of “Hurts Like Heaven” you have to listen “Mylo Xyloto” as well.  “Hurts Like Heaven” is one of those songs that makes you want to dance and once you learn the words sing it out loud.  Aside from the first two singles of this album, “Every Teardrop is a Waterfall” and “Paradise” respectfully, other great songs on this album include “Charlie Brown”,  “Up in Flames”,  “Up With the Birds”, and the next single from Mylo Xyloto, “Princess of China” featuring Rihanna.

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