A Rush of Blood to the Head - Coldplay

A Rush of Blood to the Head


  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2002-08-08
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11
  • ℗ 2002 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

A Rush of Blood to the Head ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
Politik Coldplay 5:18
In My Place Coldplay 3:48
God Put a Smile Upon Your Face Coldplay 4:56
The Scientist Coldplay 5:08
Clocks Coldplay 5:06
Daylight Coldplay 5:27
Green Eyes Coldplay 3:42
Warning Sign Coldplay 5:30
A Whisper Coldplay 3:57
A Rush of Blood to the Head Coldplay 5:50
Amsterdam Coldplay 5:19


  • complete trash

    By audddrrrey
    this should not be listed as actual coldplay music. super misleading.
  • Nothing Beats This Album!

    By EverythingRock
    Now this is Coldplay at its best! You must give this album a listen. It is no wonder everyone that listens to this album lovesColdplay afterwards. That’s what happened to me!
  • انا .

    By وترظنوورنررتً
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  • A peak of human artistry

    By blakekanicka
    This album doesn’t know how beautiful it is
  • Coldplay's sophomore album is just as good, if not better, than their first

    By VivalaVida711
    In Coldplay's sophmore album "A Rush of Blood to the Head," the band manages to dish out more good music, while also creating a more cohesvie set of songs, making this album just as good, if not better than "Parachutes." "Politik" 9/10 The opening piano on this song is so good, and really sets up the album to be something grand (This song is also really fun to play on the piano, I'll give it that). "In My Place" 6/10 Outshined by the preceding song,"In My Place" is still good, just perhaps not the best on the album. "God Put A Smile Upon Your Face" 9/10 Chilling, creepy, and outright foreboding, this song is very good. Reminding you that God gave you the ability to smile, while also being something else entirely, this song deserves to be up there with the rest of the greats on this album, even if it's often overlooked. "The Scientist" 8/10 A somewhat sad song reminiscing on a lost love, "The Scientist" is a song even non-Coldplay fans have probably heard at least once. Not bad. "Clocks" 8/10 This song and "The Scientist" aren't the best songs on the album, but they're the most well known. The piano thoughout this song is good, and the lyrics are interesting and something I will always remember. "Daylight" 7/10 One of the lower points on the album (even though it's still good), "Daylight" has some good chords. It's just some basic Coldplay, nothing special. "Green Eyes" 8/10 A sweet love song to someone with green eyes. It's really, really good. Trust me on this one. "Warning Sign" 8/10 Opening chords on this are really good. And the chorus is phenomonal too. "A Whisper" 6/10 It's just Chris Martin saying "A Whisper" over and over again backed with some music. Not bad, but not great either. "A Rush of Blood to the Head" 9/10 Just as good as "Politik", the title track's chorus is something to remember. "He said I'm gonna by a gun and start a war, if you can tell me something worth fighting for." So good! "Amsterdam" 10/10 The closing song on this album is the best, with some good falsetto and piano at the beginning, and some awesome callouts for someone to help at the end. The pinnacle of this album most definetly.
  • Blame it upon a rush of blood to the head...

    By kkpatrick
    Like every Coldplay album, A Rush of Blood to the Head has its own unique tone, which I really like. In My Place, The Scientist, Clocks, Green Eyes, Warning Sign, A Whisper, and the title track are my favorites. I think I've listened to this album like 50 times now, it's so good!
  • Poor mans Radiohead

    By Semi-Sammy

    By adeeent
    hands down one if the best albums of all time
  • work of art

    By j - j - j - j - j - j
    i think the early albums of coldplay are the best ones
  • ....

    By Kid Millenium
    .... It’s like opening a capsule...every song makes you remember the things you forget. In the 2000s I don’t think there was any other decade more extraordinary than this. I heard my mother play this on her radio when it was new...now I remember the times when she still lived with us every time this plays, I can’t explain how or why it just does like how an older tune would bring and older person back to their time...