The discography of British rock band Coldplay consists of six studio albums, three live albums, six compilation albums, two video albums, ten extended plays, thirty-seven singles, three promotional singles and thirty-two music videos. The band have sold over 80 million records, which makes them one of the best-selling music artists of all-time.
Coldplay released their debut studio album Parachutes on 10 July 2000. It was a commercial success, peaking at number one in the United Kingdom and performing well internationally. The album was certified seven times platinum by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) and has sold over 8.5 million copies worldwide. Parachutes spawned four singles; "Yellow" and "Trouble" became top ten hits in the UK, while "Shiver" and "Don't Panic" were moderately successful. The band's second studio album, A Rush of Blood to the Head, was released on 26 August 2002. The album experienced exceptionally strong sales in comparison to its predecessor, topping the charts in the UK and in many other countries, including Australia and Canada. Its lead single, "In My Place", peaked at number two in the UK and charted highly in several other countries. "The Scientist" and "Clocks", the album's next two singles, became top ten hits in the UK; the latter single peaked at number 29 on the United States Billboard Hot 100, giving the band their first top 40 hit on the chart.
Coldplay's third studio album, X&Y, was released on 6 June 2005. Topping the charts in numerous countries, including the UK and the US, the album was a commercial success. X&Y went on to become the best-selling album of 2005, selling over 8.3 million copies by the end of the year. Six singles were released from X&Y. The album's lead single "Speed of Sound" peaked at number two in the UK and became an international top ten hit. Three of its subsequent singles, "Fix You", "Talk" and "The Hardest Part", were also commercially successful. Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends, the band's fourth studio album, was released on 12 June 2008. It topped the charts in over thirty-six countries and became the best-selling album of 2008. "Viva la Vida", the album's second single, became an international hit and topped the charts in countries such as the UK, the Netherlands and the US. Mylo Xyloto was released as the band's fifth studio album on 24 October 2011. It followed in the success of its predecessors, becoming a worldwide chart-topper. The album's first two singles, "Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall" and "Paradise", charted highly in several countries, the latter becoming the band's second number-one single in the United Kingdom. The album produced an additional five singles: "Charlie Brown", "Princess of China", "Up with the Birds", "Hurts Like Heaven" and "Up in Flames". Preceded by the release of the singles "Magic", "Midnight" and "A Sky Full of Stars", the band's sixth studio album Ghost Stories was released on 19 May 2014.
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