Coldplay's debut album "Parachutes" was a collection of direct, soulful songs stripped right back to expose an unusual level of raw emotion. It sold nearly five million copies world-wide, winning a clutch of NME and Q awards, two Brits and the Grammy for Best Alternative Album. Martin Roach reveals how the band first met, their early gigs, their self-financed EP and how they maintain a tight degree of control over their output - they co-produced both albums and artistically direct their artwork and image with close precision. He explains how second album, "A Rush of Blood to the Head", was received with acclaim, winning two Brits and a Grammy in 2003, and reveals the two years' promotional touring of the record.About the Author:
Martin Roach is editor and published of his own Independent Music Press, Martin Roach is an experienced chronicler of modern rock. Following the critical success of The Right to Imagination and Madness, Martin has written biographies on Blur, The Prodigy and others.
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Descripción Omnibus Press, 2003. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0711998108