|Released||May 25, 1998|
|Genre||Alternative Rock, Indie Rock|
The Blue Room
Safety was the first public release by Coldplay. It was recorded over a weekend during May 1998, and was intended as a demo for record companies. It was financed by the band and their manager Phil Harvey for around £200 ($272). The EP is unavailable on iTunes and therefore is such a rarity that it is known to fetch in excess of £2000 ($2,275) on eBay.
- Bigger Stronger – 4:49
- No More Keeping My Feet on the Ground – 4:31
- Such a Rush – 4:57
|Safety, The Blue Room, Parachutes, Trouble – Norwegian Live EP, Mince Spies, A Rush of Blood to the Head, Coldplay Live 2003, Remixes, X&Y, The Singles 1999-2006, Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends, Prospekt's March, LeftRightLeftRightLeft, iTunes Festival: London 2012, Mylo Xyloto, Live in Madrid, Coldplay Live 2012, Ghost Stories|