The Singles 1999–2006

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The Singles 1999–2006
Box set of singles by Coldplay
Released 26 March 2007
Recorded 1999–2005
Genre Alternative rock
Label Parlophone
EMI
Producer Ken Nelson, Coldplay, Danton Supple
Coldplay chronology
X&Y
(2005)
The Singles 1999–2006
(2007)
Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends
(2008)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
NME 6/10 stars [1]
Q 4/5 stars [2]

The Singles 1999–2006 is a box set compilation of singles by British rock band Coldplay. The box includes all fourteen of the band's singles from the album Parachutes to X&Y on 7" vinyl records in sleeves with the original artwork that accompanied each release.[3]

Track listing[edit]

  1. The Blue Room
    • "Bigger Stronger" / "Don't Panic" (B1) / "See You Soon" (B2)
    • "High Speed" / "Such a Rush"
    • The first time this 1999 EP has been released on 7"; for this release it is split onto two discs. The original vinyl release was as a 12", individually numbered.
  2. "Shiver" / "For You" (B1) / "Careful Where You Stand" (B2)
  3. "Yellow" / "Help Is Round the Corner"
  4. "Trouble" / "Brothers and Sisters"
  5. "Don't Panic" / "You Only Live Twice" (live from Norway)
    • Originally released only as an international single.
  6. "In My Place" / "One I Love"
  7. "The Scientist" / "1.36" (B1) / "I Ran Away" (B2)
  8. "Clocks" / "Crests of Waves"
  9. "God Put a Smile upon Your Face" / "Murder"
    • Originally released only as an international single.
  10. "Speed of Sound" / "Things I Don't Understand"
  11. "Fix You" / "The World Turned Upside Down"
  12. "Talk" / "Gravity"
  13. "What If" (Tom Lord Alge mix) / "How You See the World" (live from Earls Court)
    • Originally released only as an international single.
  14. "The Hardest Part" / "Pour Me" (Live at the Hollywood Bowl)
    • Previously released only as a download-single in the UK.

References[edit]

  1. ^ 24 March '07, p.35
  2. ^ May 2007
  3. ^ "Coldplay to release singles collection". NME. 2006-01-31. 

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