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ColdplayMusic Of The Spheres

Label:Parlophone – 0190296666964
Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo, Coloured Recycled, 140 Gram
Genre:Electronic, Rock, Pop
Style:Alternative Rock, Pop Rock, Synth-pop, Synthwave


A1ColdplayMusic Of The Spheres
A2ColdplayHigher Power
Vocals [Intro Countdown By]Apple Martin
Vocals [Vocal Arrangement & Performance]Denise Carite, Dorian Holley, For Love Choir, Neka Hamilton, Steve Mackey*
Chorus [Chorus Vocals By]Moses Martin
Vocals [Kaotican Countdown By]Stephen Fry
Vocals [Vocal Arrangement & Performance]Denise Carite, Dorian Holley, For Love Choir, Neka Hamilton, Steve Mackey*
A4ColdplayAlien Choir
A5Coldplay X Selena GomezLet Somebody Go
Producer [Selena's Vocals Producer By]Bart Schoudel
A6Coldplay X We Are King X Jacob CollierHuman Heart
Performer [We Are King Vocals Performed By]Amber Strother
Producer [We Are King Vocals Produced By]Paris Strother
A7ColdplayPeople Of The Pride
Brass, Keyboards, Arranged By [The Brass & Keyboards]Derek Dixie
Vocals [Additional Vocals By]Vilma Colling
Strings [Strings Arranged & Performed By]Davide Rossi
B2ColdplayMusic Of The Spheres II
B3Coldplay X BTS (4)My Universe
Producer [BTS Vocals Produced By], Engineer [BTS Vocals Engineering By]Pdogg
B4ColdplayInfinity Sign
Strings [Strings Arranged & Performed By]Davide Rossi, John Metcalfe
Synth, Arranged By [Synths]Paris Strother

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Vol. 1 From Earth With Love

Packaged in a 5mm spined outer sleeve, with circular die-cut to front cover, revealing a 4-page Map Of The Spheres insert. When empty, it reveals a starry sky.

Inner with circular die-cuts revealing the labels of the record. Both sides of the inner are identical.

140 gram, recycled coloured vinyl (colour may vary)

Includes 28-page booklet with additional artwork, lyrics and credits, plus download card (FLAC files)

Made in Germany.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 190296 666964
  • Barcode (Scanned): 0190296666964
  • Rights Society: GEMA/ MCPS
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  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, variant 3): BL45882-01 B1 0190296666964 5=X
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, variant 4): BL45882-01 A1 1+- 0190296666964
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, variant 4): BL45882-01 B1 5I= 0190296666964

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Music Of The Spheres (CD, Album)Parlophone, Parlophone0190296666988, 0190296576911USA & Europe2021
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Music Of The Spheres (12×File, AAC, Album, 256 kbps)Parlophonenone2021
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Music Of The Spheres (LP, Album, Recycled Colors )Parlophone, Atlantic0190296666964US2021
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Music Of The Spheres - Vol. 1. From Earth With Love (CD, Album)ParlophoneWPCR-18453Japan2021
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Music Of The Spheres (CD, Album, Limited Edition, Partially Mixed, Stereo, Infinity Station Edition)Parlophone0190296608377Europe2021
matthew1407's avatar
Edited one month ago
My copy sounds very nice, no snap, crackle or pop here. I gave my copy a good clean before playing it since I saw all these comments saying how noisy it was. Great mastering too. I personally am a fan of this album, however it's definitely not their best.
As for the sleeve and its other contents, I wish it was a gatefold, but that's not too big of a deal. My booklet came a bit mangled on the back as well though.
One thing I will say is that I got totally awful luck of the draw on the whole "recycled vinyl" thing, I've seen other people get really nice colours, but mine is a quite dull grey colour, with nothing else much on it, so if you're big into the coloured vinyl, then watch out for that, however, it's not that big of a deal to me.
TwoWicky's avatar
First copy was snap, crackle, pop on both sounds. Returned and got another that is very quiet on side B but noisier in the middle quiet sections of side A but as I play it more sounds better. I think the problem might be in the glitter specks of the recycling. Maybe I'm getting used to the noise or the needle is clearing a better path but after a few plays it's not as obvious.
coreycschmidt21's avatar
My first copy of this sounded awful. Pops and crackles everywhere, even after a good cleaning. So I ordered a replacement and this one is dead silent. Also ended up with a much cooler color the second time around.
mdw19's avatar
record sounds great and colours on mine are gorg. being a recycled pressing has no affect 🤷‍♂️ sounds great. packaging is really high quality and i really like it, just wish it was a gatefold tbh
Mpawood's avatar
Coldplay - Music of The Spheres
Coldplay are a British rock band formed in London in 1996. The band consists of vocalist, rhythm guitarist, and pianist Chris Martin; lead guitarist Jonny Buckland; bassist Guy Berryman; drummer Will Champion; and creative director Phil Harvey. They met at University College London and began playing music together from 1996 to 1998, first calling themselves Pectoralz and then Starfish.
Music of the Spheres (subtitled Vol I. From Earth with Love) is the ninth studio album by British rock band Coldplay, released on 15 October 2021 by Parlophone in the United Kingdom and Atlantic Records in the United States. The album was produced by Max Martin, who is a new producer to the band's discography. It features guest appearances from Selena Gomez, We Are King, Jacob Collier and BTS. It also features contributions from electronic producer Jon Hopkins.
A1 Coldplay – Music Of The Spheres
A2 Coldplay – Higher Power
A3 Coldplay – Humankind
A4 Coldplay – Alien Choir
A5 Coldplay X Selena Gomez – Let Somebody Go
A6 Coldplay X We Are King X Jacob Collier – Human Heart
A7 Coldplay – People Of The Pride
B1 Coldplay – Biutyful
B2 Coldplay – Music Of The Spheres II
B3 Coldplay X BTS (4) – My Universe
B4 Coldplay – Infinity Sign
B5 Coldplay – Coloratura
I think that I can say with confidence, and this goes for the band as well as the album, that i didn't expect to actually like it, and in that respect it has actually surprised me, turns out that people can still make some good songs in the 21st century. **cough**Billie Eilish**cough**. The upbeat nature of the songs included on this album make it fun to listen to and enjoyable to sing along, now that's not to say all of the songs are to my taste but I did especially like 'Higher Power' as well as the prelude 'Music of the Spheres' which serves to set the tone for the album, which it does very well I might add.
Album Score: 8/10
revodna's avatar
Mine has a solid inner sleeve (no cut outs). The vinyl on my copy is quite clean. As for the music - well, I've instantly fallen in love with the entire album.
rehan's avatar
Edited 6 months ago
Not sure when in the world musicians will really give top priority to their quality recordings. Album is good overall a few really good tracks. Some are fillers. Will update my review as I listen to it more.
cataldoto's avatar
Snap, Crackle, Pop same as their last one at least for me. And recycled vinyl whaaat? Save the Planet somewhere else I recycle more than anyone but leave our vinyl records to virgin vinyl please. As for the music itself? Sorry lame.
wbeck7's avatar
Not sure if the missing dynamics in sound relates to recycled vinyl. Maybe it's just the mastering. In any case I own so many more better sounding vinyls compared to this compressed sound. Nevertheless, I like the record.
Crate_of_Vinyl's avatar
Pre-ordered through Coldplay's website. Received day of release. No download card at all and the bottom of the booklet was a bit mangled. Thankfully, the sleeve and album cover was in great shape (it's a mixed bag nowadays what condition your records will come in). Vinyl sounds good with little to no surface noise.