Hal Leonard Coldplay: Nobody Said It Was Easy
The first biography of the band who have only existed since the mid nineties. Coldplay’s debut album Parachutes sold nearly five million copies world-wide, winning a clutch of awards. Author 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 their follow up album A Rush of Blood to the Head was received with ecstatic acclaim universally, again winning 2 Brits and a Grammy in 2003 and reveals how they will spend two years touring the globe with this album. Contains full discography and 16 pages of black and white photos.