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Hymn For The Weekend - Coldplay - A Head Full Of Dreams (CD, Album)

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Released: Dec Label: Parlophone UK. Coldplay’s seventh studio effort is a deep dive into intoxicating club music. The quartet explores purring disco beats, gospel-inflected R&B and even laidback, lowrider cool. In addition to a fantastic Beyoncé cameo on “Hymn for a Weekend,” the ambient-flavored “Kaleidoscope” and “Color Spectrum” spotlight samples from the moving speech and .

Coldplay - Hymn for the Weekend (Lyrics)Coldplay - Hymn For The Weekend is taken from the album A Head Full of Dreams released in Subscribe for more con.

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Album Description Available in: A Head Full of Dreams is the seventh studio album by British rock band Coldplay. It was released on 4 December by Parlophone and Atlantic Records. It is the second album by the band in North America under Atlantic, after Coldplay were transferred from Capitol Records America in

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3 Replies to “Hymn For The Weekend - Coldplay - A Head Full Of Dreams (CD, Album)”

  1.  · Coldplay - Hymn For The Weekend is taken from the album A Head Full of Dreams released in Music Of The Spheres, the new Coldplay album is out October

  2. Listen to Hymn for the Weekend by Coldplay. Join Napster and play your favorite music offline. From the album "A Head Full of Dreams" by Coldplay on Napster Coldplay may have flirted with dance-pop in the past, but A Head Full of Dreams represents a whole new level of commitment for the sonic chameleons. Justin Farrar.

  3.  · There’s a blissful lack of restraint to the multi-layered neon pop of Coldplay’s seventh album. The carnival kicks off within 20 seconds of the opening track and allows only the most fleeting of (Barack Obama-narrated) sit-downs as the extent of their ambition is joyously unfurled. It’s the sound of a band liberated: free to recruit Beyoncé for vocal duties on the euphoric “Hymn for the Weekend,” .

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