Recession: Coldplay giving fans free cds

2009-05-03 00:00

London — Coldplay members say they will reward recession-weary fans by giving away a free CD at all their shows this year.

The band says it will give away the disc, LeftRightLeftRightLeft, at all shows starting with the first gig of their U.S. tour in West Palm Beach, Florida, on May 15.

The nine-track disc will also be available as a free download from the band’s website starting the same day.

The band said on Friday that the giveaway is meant as a “recession-busting mark of gratitude” to Coldplay fans.

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