Coldplay: Live 2012(CD/DVD) [Explicit]
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1. Live 2012 - Menu Loops
2. Opening Credits (Us Against The World)
3. Mylo Xyloto (Live)
4. Hurts Like Heaven (Live)
5. In My Place (Live)
6. Intermission 1
7. Major Minus (Live)
8. Yellow (Live)
9. Intermission 2
10. Violet Hill (Live)
11. God Put A Smile Upon Your Face (Live)
12. Princess Of China (Live)
13. Intermission 3
14. Up In Flames (Live)
15. Viva La Vida (Live)
16. Intermission 4
17. Charlie Brown (Live)
18. Paradise (Live)
19. Us Against The World (Live)
20. Clocks (Live)
21. Intermission 5
22. Fix You (Live)
23. Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall (Live)
24. End Credits (Up With The Birds)
25. The Scientist (Live)
26. Don't Let It Break Your Heart (Live)
Top Customer Reviews
The Blu Ray is a complete let down. I do not understand why people make concert films now that don't focus on one frame more than 2 seconds. This Blu Ray could cause a seizure, as it basically snapshots of 2 seconds of different angles, audience shots and fireworks chained together for the length of the film. I wanted to see the band play and I do like seeing the audience reaction, along with the stage show. There were some amazing effects on this tour, and sadly you get to see tiny little clips here and there. There's just no sense of cohesion to this "film". I cannot get engaged with the band on stage because of the fast edits, nor can I get into the vibe of the audience for the same reason.
It's a shame, because this is probably one of the best ours that will ever grace a stadium. It could have been spectacular. I was wondering why this wasn't a 3D film as well because of the Stage Show and the Xylobands, but now I know. It would cause people to vomit if it was in 3D.
The CD that comes with it is very good which is why I even gave it two stars. Hopefully someday an actual cut of the concert that hasn't been butchered will appear somewhere.
High marks for the Blu-ray, which was released in scope format and will have black bars at the top and bottom of your screen even if you're watching on a 16:9 widescreen HDTV. This IS normal, no need to try and adjust your set. Coldplay released this in the cinemas for a short engagement and that is likely the reason behind the aspect ratio choice, although I would have welcomed it being released re-cut to 16:9 for home video release given that it is a concert film and no real loss would have occurred unlike what can happen with movies or TV shows. The cover incorrectly lists the aspect ratio as 16:9, but it is actually 2.39:1. Picture quality was stable throughout and it wasn't until the credits that I noticed a strange anomaly with some blurring. Luckily it's redundant as you don't really care about this part of the Blu-ray. The entire program looks good outside of this. Some Alexa cameras were used in the Stade footage which looks particularly clean, there is obviously a mix of different cameras used which means you'll see some grain here and there from the ones being shot on film. Thankfully EMI chose not to scrub this out with over-zealous digital noise reduction which would have further reduced the high frequency detail Blu-ray is capable of resolving.
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Coldplay, you owe me my money back on this one. U2 would never put out such a product.... even 20 years ago.
Nothing in this Blu-ray falls short of the amazing concert we attended to. I wonder what a guy like Steven Spielberg would have done with the filmed material. The image just doesn't capture the emotion of that early night of September. The editing is so jerky it must have been done by a teenager and the sound is muffled.
This is un insult to this amazingly creative band!
I've been spending the past hour downloading different blu ray media players. I thought it was all these players and it's a real shame that I won't be able to complain about the bad shots, cinematography and etc because I will not watch a blu-ray in what appears to be even less than the DVD standards of today.
I will keep this for the live CD, but this is the biggest disappointment as a Coldplay fan right next to the awful performance at this years Grammys, and the soon to be released MX comic series(looks plain stupid).
I do not recommend getting the blu-ray version(nor the DVD) and just get the live CD version. Though if grain is not a problem and you don't usually notice the mediocrity in capturing and encoding in what is supposed to be high-quality video then go for it.
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