In 2000 the first hit of Coldplay saw light – "Yellow". The song presented a new sound of the British Rock. After the single took the world by a storm, a full-length album "Parachutes" was released – and the rest is history. Among their most famous songs of the bands: Paradise, Viva la Vida, Clocks, Fix You, Hymn for the Weekend, The Scientist and others. As for today, the band released 7 albums, the last one in 2015. Based on the sales, reviews of musical experts and fans, it is safe to say that the band gets better with time, the musical material never seize to amaze with originality, the style is easily recognizable and resonates with many genre-lovers.The music videos are a completing the songs perfectly, for instance – the video for "Scientist" presents events happening for end to beginning, with Chris Martin lip-syncing throughout the whole song. In order to achieve this mystical effect, the singer learned the song backwards, creating the most amazing video back in 2002. The video was praised, earning the band an MTV award and Grammy nomination. However, that year the award went to the most heartbreaking postmortem video of Johnny Cash. Coldplay took a Grammy home in 2008, for their album "Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends" which was produced by Brian Eno, known by his own revolutionary instrumental album, as well as by the work of known artists, including David Bowie, Phil Collins, Genesis and many more.