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Viva Coldplay A Biography

Author : Martin Roach
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Author Martin Roach reveals how the band members met, played their early gigs, financed their own early EPs and how - with four hit albums under their belt – they still continue to maintain a tight degree of control over their output. Featuring insights into Coldplay's professional insecurities and anxieties and the notoriously angst-ridden personality of lead vocalist Chris Martin, this is an in-depth portrait of one of Britain’s most successful bands of the new millennium. Fully illustrated and including a comprehensive discography.

101 Interesting Facts on Coldplay

Author : Kevin Snelgrove
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Do you like British rock band Coldplay? Were you one of the millions of people who bought and listened to the band’s massively successful debut album in 2000? Have you continued to support Chris Martin, Jonny Buckland, Guy Berryman and Will Champion through the years as Coldplay has gone on to achieve global recognition? If you are a Coldplay fan, this is your chance to find out more about your favourite band with 101 Interesting Facts on Coldplay. Do you know what the band was originally called? What record, previously held by The Beatles, did Coldplay break? How many Grammy Awards have the band won out of a possible 25 nominations? The answers to these questions and more can all be found inside. Full of facts about Coldplay, this book includes many personal details and up-to-date information about the band’s recent projects. This is a must-have for all Coldplay fans and anyone interested in finding out more about one of the most popular British bands of recent years.


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Harry Styles Unofficial Biography

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From X-Factor to One Direction to his incredible self-titles solo album, Harry Styles is an icon for our times. His debut solo single, Sign of our Times, shot to number one in both the UK and US charts and he's about to embark on an already sold out global tour. This comprehensive biography details his early days discovering his love of music, right through to his first acting rols in the action-packed, star-studded Dunkirk with Tom Hardy in summer 2017. Packed with facts, this is every fan's guide to Harry's transition from schoolboy to superstar.

Niall Horan

Author : Danny White
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Discover all you need to know about the cheeky Irish charmer in this fully up-to-date biography Niall Horan: The Unauthorized Biography is the story of how a small town Irish boy shot to overnight national and then global fame. Born in Mullingar, County Westmeath, Ireland, Niall's early years were difficult as he and his older brother endured the breakdown of their parents' marriage and subsequent divorce. It was during this period that Niall embarked upon his remarkable musical journey. Stints in the school choir and performances around his homeland propelled him to The X Factor and his first brushes with fame. Nothing could have prepared Niall for the adulation and success that followed.

This Isn t Happening

Author : Steven Hyden
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The making and meaning of Radiohead's groundbreaking, controversial, epoch-defining album, Kid A. In 1999, as the end of an old century loomed, five musicians entered a recording studio in Paris without a deadline. Their band was widely recognized as the best and most forward-thinking in rock, a rarefied status granting them the time, money, and space to make a masterpiece. But Radiohead didn't want to make another rock record. Instead, they set out to create the future. For more than a year, they battled writer's block, inter-band disagreements, and crippling self-doubt. In the end, however, they produced an album that was not only a complete departure from their prior guitar-based rock sound, it was the sound of a new era, and embodied widespread changes catalyzed by emerging technologies just beginning to take hold of the culture. What they created was Kid A. At the time, Radiohead's fourth album divided critics. Some called it an instant classic; others, including the U.K. music magazine Melody Maker, deemed it "tubby, ostentatious, self-congratulatory . . . whiny old rubbish." But two decades later, Kid A sounds like nothing less than an overture for the chaos and confusion of the twenty-first century. Acclaimed rock critic Steven Hyden digs deep into the songs, history, legacy, and mystique of Kid A, outlining the album's pervasive influence and impact on culture, in time for its 20th anniversary. Deploying a mix of criticism, journalism, and personal memoir, Hyden skillfully revisits this enigmatic, alluring LP and investigates the many ways in which Kid A shaped and foreshadowed our world.

British Humanities Index

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A New Tune a Day

Author : Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation
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(Music Sales America). An inspiring collection of pop songs, clearly presented with a play-along CD for the advanced beginner. These pieces have been chosen and arranged to build a repertoire of pop songs for performance and for fun, and include classic hits from the Beatles and Michael Jackson to contemporary songs by Coldplay, Rihanna and Taylor Swift. Complete with chord symbols for accompaniment on piano, keyboard or guitar, this volume is the perfect companion to A New Tune a Day for Alto Saxophone . Songs include: Bad Romance * Brown Eyed Girl * Candle in the Wind * Dancing Queen * Imagine * Take a Bow * Viva la Vida * Someone like You * Man in the Mirror * I Believe I Can Fly * Hallelujah.