Coldplay: Live 2003

Coldplay: Live 2003

Director:  Cast: Coldplay

DVD (Wide Screen / Black & White / DTS / Wide Screen / DTS)

Product Details

Release Date: 11/04/2003
UPC: 0724359902203
Original Release: 2003
Rating: NR
Source: Wb / Parlophone
Presentation: [B&W, Wide Screen]
Sound: [DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 2:10:00

Special Features

Band commentary; behind-the-scenes documentary; tour diary with multiple angle options; web links; widescreen anamorphic transfer and Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound in English.

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Coldplay Actor

Technical Credits

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Politik
2. God Put a Smile Upon Your Face
3. A Rush of Blood to the Head
4. Daylight
5. Trouble
6. One I Love
7. Don't Panic
8. Shiver
9. See You Soon
10. Everything's Not Lost
11. Moses
12. Yellow
13. The Scientist
14. Clocks
15. In My Place
16. Amsterdam
17. Life Is for Living
1. Give Me Real, Don't Give Me Fake [4:23]
2. Do We All Look Like Teachers? [2:49]
3. There's No One to Tell Me When to Be Where [4:26]
4. Devoid of the Generation X Cure of Irony [4:38]
5. Look at the State of that...It's Massive [3:21]
6. For Me, The Hollywood Bowl, Is It [4:23]
7. 9am Is Tough, I Apologise [3:40]
8. The Highest Coldplay Interview Ever [2:55]
9. It's Raining and the Heaters Are On [3:56]
10. What a Wonderful World [5:59]

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Guest More than 1 year ago
Coldplay Live 2003 is a great DVD with a very funny Tour Diary that is done in mostly black and white to add a sense of closeness with the band. The Tour Diary alone is worthy of Five Stars, but the live part is a little, well, flashy. What i mean by flashy is that the camera people who filmed this exquisite performance of Coldplay kind of turned it into a music-video/Concert performance. It doesn't bug me too much, but it would be nice to see the whole band playing together at the same time or at least seeing one of the guys for more than three seconds! I went to a Coldplay concert on August 6th at the Tweeter Center and the show was, AMAZING!!!! I hope if Coldplay decide to release another Live DVD, now for 2005, the filming crew will NOT film it like a music-video and instead be able to capture the band at their best which would be: Will- drumming his heart out, Guy - playing those mysterious bass lines, Jonny - strumming his guitar into those catchy riffs, and Chris - singing his soul out, pounding his piano keys, and doing his funny little dance around the stage! Love yah Coldplay*****
Guest More than 1 year ago
I saw this DVD in a movie theater. It was so great. I am a bigger fan than I was before. The music is just so much better recorded live.
Guest More than 1 year ago
First of all, Coldplay rocks. No question. I've been to three shows and of course, they're fantastic. The same however cannot be said for the 2003 DVD. I've held out for years buying a bootleg DVD and when I saw this I couldn't resist. Boy was I wrong. When I sat down to watch this I turned to my girlfriend and said, 'Hope this isn't over produced'. Boy was I right. It's exactly that. The multiple camera switches and angles are reminiscent of a music video. If someone walked in the room during 'The One I Love' or 'Yellow' they'd swear it was a Pepsi commercial. Unfortunately, Coldplay Live 2003 comes off as nothing short of 2 hour commercial. So why do I need a commercial if I already own the product? Give me SOME credit. The attempt to sell Chris Martin as a dreamboat rock star is so obvious it's embarrassing to both of us. This sort of style might work for NYSC or Brittany Spears, or whatever shameful music teenage girls listen to, but I expect more foresight and craft from such a talented, powerful performer. Concerts aren't about selling; they're about the connection established through sight and sound between the performer and the audience. I know for myself it's impossible to make that connect if a director is forcing me to watch what they want me to watch. Imaging how annoying it'd be if you were at the show and someone tapped on you shoulder every 6 seconds and told you to watch something else. I don't pretend to be an expert of concert film but I know a commercial when I see one. I get it. They're a pop band. Be popular. Make money. That's fine. But do it in way that's respectful to your self, craft, and fans. By no means am I a critic. Hardly. This is the voice of a fan. And if you're reading this, I'm certain you're a Coldplay fan as well. However the director, not the band, fails to deliver the power, mystic, and talent that IS obvious at any Coldplay event.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Nicely packaged dvd but couldn't help feeling a little disappointed !!! I felt that the Aussie audience let the side down, having to be prompted to 'sing along' is criminal and they were even offered ice creams by Chris if they stood up !! The band were on form if not a little flat in places not a patch on their headlining Glastonbury performance 'even at the back, even at the back shoulders knees & toes shoulders knees toes'
Guest More than 1 year ago
There's a reason why Coldplay is the heir apparent for U2's throne ... and the reasons for labeling them so are readily available in this recording of what I thought to be one of the most outstanding concerts I've ever been to. The DVD captures the heart and love that are central to Coldplay's music and performance. Rarely do you see such talent and respectability and charisma in one band. I hope more people come to know and love the poets who are Coldplay .