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    Coldplay is an influential aspect of American popular music because they originated at an awkward time in musical history and had to find a new direction to go in. In the late 1990s, there were so many different genres and styles of music and Coldplay shaped the way that the new bands would style their music. They also didn't believe in living the Rock ‘n' Roll lifestyle, which made them much better role models for the younger generation than previous popular musicians. Chris Martin said in a 2011 interview, "I've lost all respect for fame, but I haven't lost all respect for respect. So the one great thing about being famous is that I get to meet people who I respect" (Dennis, 2011). They live like normal people, they don't drive extremely…

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    Coldplay has been some if my family’s favorite music since they first started recording. In particular, it reminded me of all the amazing road trips that my family and I used to go on. No matter what, there was always the guarantee of listening to at least three Coldplay albums over the duration of the car ride. With that being said, “Clocks” is one of my all-time favorite Coldplay songs. THe lyric that always speaks to me is, “ Confusion never stops, closing walls and ticking clocks. Gonna…

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    Emma Goldman she is an anarchist and the most activity and involved much in the society and she raised her voice to tell what happen in the USA at the time and tell many problem around it.She has success many things in her life even in the hardest time. Emma Goldman was an anarchist and most of all a feminist. She was born in Kovno, Lithuania. St. Petersburg, Russia (1882)(2).She emigrated to America (1885) and married to a fellow worker. Angry by the execute of those connected with the…

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    Did you know Viva La Vida by Coldplay is about the French Revolution? It is true. The French Revolution was so significant there were songs being made about the event centuries later. The French Revolution took place in France from 1789 to 1799. The people of France revolted against King Louis XVI because France had economic, political, international, and social problems as well as an ineffective ruler. The French government could have taken action to prevent the revolution from happening such…

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    Fix You Lyrics Meaning

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    and popular song "Fix You" from the band Coldplay. It talks about feelings and the importance of working through difficulties. Since this hit was released, a big number of people have investigated the meaning behind the lyrics of this song. The purpose of this song by the Coldplay's vocalist Chris Martin and his band, was to motivate his wife after a hard time, losing her father (Ghosh). Thus, regretful lyrics can be found and motivational ones as well, which makes the song not just for a…

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    I’d start listening to more and more Coldplay, and eventually I found really enjoyed their music. From then on I experimented with different bands, different genres, and I started to understand the power and beauty in Music. However, Coldplay wasn’t life-changing. Yes, it changes my view on music, but my entire view on life changed when I discovered Hip-Hop. At first I was like everyone, disgusted by Rap and what it stood for. I’d hear hip hop and the names Soulja Boy and Lil’ Wayne would pop…

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    The song Spies by Coldplay indirectly represents the theme of 1984. The song opens up to a guy who can’t find any peace of mind. He feels as though he is living as a fugitive. He is looking for an answer and in comes the “spies”. He says that everyone are spies. No one can hide because the spies will find them. The novel 1984 can be described in this song. They make children spy on their parents. If the children turns in their parent for suspicious behavior, they get rewarded. There are also…

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    Free Fallin Analysis

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    Mayer seems to focus on the boy being remorseful and regretful in his decisions about the girl that he thought he didn’t want. This cover has a focal point of the repercussions of the boy’s actions, and not the actions that led him to where he is. October 2, 2017, when news was spread that Tom Petty had passed away, Coldplay and Peter Buck came together to cover the song ‘Free Fallin’’ as a tribute to Tom Petty’s memory as well as to honor the victims of the mass shooting that took place in Las…

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    Anti-War Song Analysis

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    this anti-war song deals with the influence of governments, media, and religion on modern society. The song suggests all of these sources of information are biased and self-concerned, thus deceiving the individuals to blindly believe only one point of view. I chose this song because it can relate to the issues faced in the modern society. The main message of the song is that a big part of today's world is moving in the wrong direction, but that is justified by religion, media, greed and…

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    Transcendentalism was a club of people who believed in taking care of nature. This was between 1838 and 1846. Thoreau and Emerson are involved, and their beliefs are religious, philosophical, and literary. People of today still believe in Transcendentalism and help with nature. Henry David Thoreau focused on Live Simply a theme that is still present in society today through the song lyrics “ We Never Change” by Coldplay, as well as through the action of Leonardo Dicaprio. Henry David Thoreau…

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