A Rush Of Blood To The Head (Vinyl) [Disco de Vinil]
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Detalhes do produto
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : Não
- Dimensões do produto : 31.5 x 31.19 x 0.89 cm; 375.91 g
- Fabricante : Rimo BR
- Número do modelo : 28935085
- SPARS Code : DDD
- Rótulo : Rimo BR
- ASIN : B000069AUH
- Número de discos : 1
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Nº 1,623 em CD e Vinil (Conheça o Top 100 na categoria CD e Vinil)
- Nº 26 em Pop Rock
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2 lp set. A rush of blood to the head is a soulful, exhilarating journey, moving from the cathartic rock of 'politik' to the hushed tones of 'green eyes' without once breaking its mesmerizing spell. Singer chris martin takes his voice on soaring flights, reaching places only jeff buckley previously dared to go. Parlophone. 2005.
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The album cover is a picture of a model with the top of her head chopped off, due to a scanning technique used. Martin explained that the album's title means "doing something on impulse" and is reflective of the theme of urgency prevalent through the album. The sound is a development from the first album, where they scrapped songs from the original completed album and begun working on new songs, showing their progression as musicians with extensive use of piano and acoustic guitar. They postponed the release of the album until they were satisfied with the final output with Clocks included, which wouldn't have made it onto the original album.
Politik is a really good start with a great sound, slow verses and a strong repetitive chorus. In my place is instantly recognisable from the intro riff and is 1 of the best songs with a strong sound throughout. It is the song Martin states kept them going when they didn't really know what they were doing in the studio. God put a smile upon my face is a cool song with an acoustic guitar backdrop and a standout sound. The scientist is another song instantly recognisable from the intro, with a moody trademark sound and a great sound throughout, as well as a catchy chorus. Clocks is 1 of the most recognised songs in popular piano music with a fantastic beat, sound and it's surely 1 of Coldplay's most well-known songs. Daylight has a fantastic sound with husky vocals in the verses and an attractive chorus. It's got a memorable ending with the repeated lyrics "slowly breaking through the daylight". Green eyes is essentially an acoustic song, with heavy use of acoustic guitar, it has a solid all-round sound with a catchy and uplifting chorus.
Warning sign is a sweet ballad with good use of guitar and piano. A whisper has a big, guitar driven sound with a repetitive swinging rhythmical chorus, a cool guitar sound and a dramatic verse/bridge. It's definitely a memorable track. I think that Cadbury's missed out on taking advantage of the chorus of this song. They could've used it in an advertisement for their chocolate bar! There's something infectious about it, I think it could've boosted sales! A rush of blood to the head is a strong title track with a great sound and thoughtful lyrics like "I'm gonna buy a gun and start a war, if you can tell me something worth fighting for". It tells of a man with these wild ideas and how he's blaming it on 'a rush of blood to the head' - impulsive urgency; which I think is smart. Amsterdam is a piano ballad which gets louder towards the end and then ends softly again with just piano. It's the most sombre song on the record and leaves a very mellow effect on me as a listener.
This is Coldplay at their best before they started writing pop songs which rely heavily on keyboards and electronics. This indie piano music is so much better than their current sound which caters to a larger audience with catchy pop songs which don't have the depth and quiet beauty these do. This music is standout because it doesn't sound like any chart music. If you want to hear Coldplay at their best then this is album is a fine example of that because there are no bad songs and this album has a few of their most well known tracks pre Viva la vida. It's one which I'd certainly recommend and 1 which doesn't need to grow on you because it's immediately attractive and effective from the first listen.
The signature song on A Rush Of Blood To The Head for me is definitely 'Clocks'. It seems to be a fan favourite too, but I simply can't deny the plethora of emotions compacted in to its heart, not to mention the hypnotizing piano riff from the opening second of the song. It is this very riff that takes the spotlight, driving the track forward on its haunting journey of distress and a longing for home. It also plays a big part as far as nostalgia is concerned as I first fell in love with it while on holiday in Los Angeles a few months after its initial release.
Another strong contender on this album is 'God Put A Smile Upon Your Face' with its gorgeous guitars and ever-powerful vocals from Chris Martin. The music video is also very imaginative and is only surpassed for creativity by 'The Scientist' (Which is surely one of the greatest music videos this side of the millennium.) Other concrete tracks are 'In My Place' and 'Warning Sign'.
Whether you're a Coldplay fan or not, this album is sure to leave you yearning for more- from its thought provoking lyrics to its incredible soundscape throughout- almost like a musical arc that runs through the album. A Rush Of Blood To The Head deserves a place in any music lover's collection and it is certain to stand the test of time. This was the album that inspired so many talented musicians and songwriters. In my humble opinion, it is Coldplay's Magnum Opus and I believe it will remain so until their very last album.
I have listened to countless albums and this became an instant classic for me. It stands proud on the foundations of flawless albums and believe me, there are not many. I would say this is the 'OK Computer' for a new generation and it's nothing short of 5 stars for me.
Back to the music, this album feels very complete in so many ways. 'Politik' is a superb opener, nicely followed up by 'In My Place' and 'God Put A Smile Upon Your Face'. The highlight of the album for me must be 'The Scientist'. It represents everything that makes Coldplay brilliant.
Personally, I feel that this album was made for vinyl. Skipping the tracks on a CD doesn't do it justice, listening to the whole album is just such a pleasure. If you do buy it on MP3 or CD, reserve some time to listen to the whole thing all the way through - It's stunning.
If I was to say one thing about the vinyl edition, an included lyric sheet/printed lyrics on the sleeve could have completed the package - but that's me picking holes.