Music of the Spheres - Coldplay

Music of the Spheres


  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2021-10-15
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12
  • Under exclusive licence to Parlophone Records Limited, ℗ 2021 Coldplay

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Music of the Spheres ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
Coldplay 0:53 USD 1.29
Higher Power Coldplay 3:26 USD 1.29
Humankind Coldplay 4:26 USD 1.29
*✧ Coldplay 0:53 USD 1.29
Let Somebody Go Coldplay X Selena Gomez 4:01 USD 1.29
Coldplay X We Are KING X Jacob Collier 3:08 USD 1.29
People of the Pride Coldplay 3:37 USD 1.29
Biutyful Coldplay 3:12 USD 1.29
Coldplay 0:21 USD 1.29
My Universe Coldplay X BTS 3:46 USD 1.29
Coldplay 3:46 USD 1.29
Coloratura Coldplay 10:17 USD Album Only


  • Disappointed

    By Van halen fan007
    Coldplay does not need guest artists especially BTS yuck
  • Downward Spiral

    By twilson163
    Another huge disappointment from Coldplay, surley they must know how dire they have become with their corporate 'chicken in a basket' tracks. Do they have an identity crisis or have they just simply lost any shred of talent and self respect,. They must have accumilated enough money by now to take it to a new creative level that involves good songs with good arrangements and intresting directions without having to pander to the current day business, Sorry to see you go Coldplay, you were really good for a while there
  • Had high hopes. Forgettable.

    By oldsnwbrdr
    Coloratura is an amazing song and I was hopng that the rest of the album would share this same atmospheric quality. Instead it's full of forgettable pop songs. Some of which are named with unpronouncable symbols that will make voice-activated playback impossible.
  • Coldplay Has Done It Again

    By Jonny U5
    I’ve been a huge fan of Coldplay ever since the Viva album. With this album they have completely blown my mind with the new sound. It makes you feel like your taking a trip through space and stopping on different planets. I can’t wait for the full album release. After listening to the album fully I noticed Coldplay is still talking about issues going on in our world, like they did with Everyday Life. Every track on the album is different including the 13 minute last track on the album which I have to admit is a bit taxing but also magical. And People Of The Pride will have your head nodding
  • This is so bad

    By Keithybirdy
    Enough with the terrible pop music and get back to form!
  • Live

    By EP747EP
    Never really been a hard Coldplay fan but for sure always appreciated their talent and spirit. Went to a concert for this tour as an “ok sure I’ll go with you” venture and was simply blown away. Wow. I’ve been to a lot of live shows. Some big acts. Not into pop fluff so much. But. These guys are super talented and their energy is positive and fantastic in person. They are way - way - more than their radio play and pop culture association - my previous understanding of them - gives them credit for. During the concert I realized they are channeling some of the best inspiration other greats have been giving on for thousands of years. The pop sheen is just that… bubblegum. But under it all there is genuine genius vibe to their craft.
  • 🔥

    By Mtownsens1121
  • Not Great

    By 123456789987654321SJL
    I want to like it. I really do.
  • Are We Being PUNKED

    By Musicforlistening
    Not meeting expectations.
  • Great, just different for Coldplay

    By NickPetron
    I think this is a great, well paced and structured album with a very good concept. The sound of electronic and pop elements fit the concept! Coldplay is a brilliant band. If you don’t like this album, I’m sure they’ll change it up on the next one. I love the diversity in their work and the different sounding albums.