Coldplay Collects Singles For Vinyl Box

Coldplay has boxed up all 14 of its singles for the aptly named collection "The Singles 1999-2006," due March 26 in the United Kingdom via Parlophone.

Coldplay has boxed up all 14 of its singles for the aptly named collection "The Singles 1999-2006," due March 26 in the United Kingdom via Parlophone. The package, comprised solely of 7-inch vinyl singles, will be eventually also be available in the United States via Capitol, according to a spokesperson.

Five of the singles are making their vinyl debut in this box: 1999's "The Blue Room" EP (here split into two singles), "Don't Panic," "God Put a Smile Upon Your Face," "What If" and "The Hardest Part." "The Singles" will not be released on CD, according to the band's Web site.

As previously reported, Coldplay is recording its fourth studio album with producer Brian Eno, with an eye on a late 2007 release. The group will begin a short South American tour Feb. 14 in Santiago, Chile.

Here is the track list for "The Singles":

"The Blue Room EP"
"Shiver"
"Yellow"
"Trouble"
"Don't Panic"
"In My Place"
"The Scientist"
"Clocks"
"God Put a Smile Upon Your Face"
"Speed of Sound"
"Fix You"
"Talk"
"What If"
"The Hardest Part"