Brothers & Sisters - EP - Coldplay

Brothers & Sisters - EP


  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2004-08-03
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 3
  • ℗ 1999 fierce panda records

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Brothers & Sisters - EP ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
Brothers & Sisters Coldplay 4:05 USD 1.29
Easy to Please Coldplay 3:01 USD 1.29
Only Superstition Coldplay 3:48 USD 1.29


  • Best

    By Sambuu
    Early coldplay style very interesting
  • Wow

    By Coldplay#1fan.
    I am a huge coldplay fan and im digging through all their old songs that were on eps and not the albums... amazing...
  • Listening to this EP is a part of my daily routine

    By ruth laila
    I love this album it gets to me on a whole other level. Pure Coldplay gold.
  • Coldplay super-fan!!!!

    By Kat:):):):):):):):)
    I've been listening to coldplay since I was 3. Always have, always will! BTW great album
  • nice like always

    By DeZep
    i love the intro of the brothers and sisters ….and i love the old school style of coldplay !
  • Very well done.

    By Josh Gonzalez
    This extended Play is most excellent. I especially loved "Easy To Please" and it's hauntingly beautiful sound with its melancholic piano riff. If you're thinking about buying this, stop thinking and just buy it already because i can promise you will not regret it.
  • Kick Start

    By Telecaster Magician
    This album preceded Parachutes, so it sounds like the songs on the album. I like it absolutely LOVE COLDPLAY!!!
  • ya buddy!!!!

    By chanman28
    !!!!!!COLDPLAY IS A BEAST!!!!!!!!
  • Amazing

    By So bad453
    The last great album of the 90's
  • Their very first album!

    By *iTunesreviewer*
    As I listen to this little-known historic EP, I am put into the same mood as when listening to "Parachutes." I realize that Brothers and Sisters could very well be placed on Radiohead's "The Bends." Throughout all three songs, I see the beginnings of "Parachutes" becoming evident. Mellow, haunting, etcetera. I would not say this is their best work (as is expected from any band), but i do say this is up there with some of their better songs.