4 oracle items tagged as cd
July 18, 2014 / submitted by Berend, Netherlands
Q.  In Live 2012 CD Chris is saying something in the Charlie Brown number. It's something like Thank you Netherlands come to Paris".

What is it exactly and what is the meaning of this?

No mention of Netherlands. Chris says "Unbelievable. Thank you for letting us come to Paris". The bit after is tricky because of a slight echo - "and letting us see something so beautiful as". Mmm, it sounds like he's saying 'heaven' but not so sure.

November 26, 2013 / submitted by Margaret, United States of America
Q.  I have a Scientist single DVD, but the cover is black, and on the website, under recordings, the cover is white, and I know that the white one is a cd. Was it only released in certain countries? (Also, when I put it in my DVD player, it said it couldn't play because of limitations, does that have to do with the whole releasing thing?)
Much appreciation! Have a great day!

The website is showing the CD, not the DVD and its sleeve is white. The DVD cover is black - as you know. DVDs are released according to regions. If you're in the USA (region 1) trying to watch a European release (region 2) you'll have problems. Depending on where you live will depend on what DVD will play, though there are DVD players that allow you to watch region 0 which is almost region free.

February 26, 2010 / submitted by Juan, Argentina
Q.  Dear Oracle,
I wanted to ask if in the Buenos Aires concert you are giving a free cd of LeftRightLeftRightLeft? For people that go to the concert, obviously.

Yes we are... so to all those attending the show, do remember to collect your LRLRL cd on the way out of the stadium!

February 22, 2010 / submitted by Jacob, United States of America
Q.  I was browsing through various CDs at Borders when I saw one called "Maximum Coldplay". Just what is this CD - is it a series of interviews or some other songs?

Thank you.

I hate to be so negative (well ok, I don't) but Maximum Coldplay is no more than an unofficial cash-in. It's not very good at all and is amusing in its poor standard. The band did not authorize its release nor did their label or management. I wouldn't bother with it if I was you!