|EP by Coldplay|
|Released||25 May 1998|
|Recorded||Sync City Studios, early May 1998|
Safety was the first public release by the British rock band Coldplay. It was recorded over a weekend during May 1998, and was intended as a demo for record companies. It was financed by the band and their manager Phil Harvey for around £1500.
Everyone involved was so pleased with the finished product that they decided to pay for 500 copies to be manufactured for distribution around London. Only about 50 copies ever made it to record stores, as they gave most of the copies away to record companies and their friends and families. The EP is unavailable on iTunes and therefore is such a rarity that it is known to fetch in excess of £2000 on eBay.
The songs on this EP have all appeared unaltered on subsequent releases by Coldplay. "Bigger Stronger" and "Such a Rush" are featured on The Blue Room EP, and "No More Keeping My Feet on the Ground" was a B-side on the single release of "Yellow".
All songs written by Coldplay.
|Safety - EP|
|2.||"No More Keeping My Feet on the Ground"||4:31|
|3.||"Such a Rush"||4:57|
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