Following Fedde Le Grand’s impeccable remix and the leaked but yet to be officially released Swedish House Mafia remix on Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall, a third official remix on the popular pop-rock foursome continues Coldplay’s noteworthy onslaught on clubland lately. Courtesy of none other than superstar DJ Tiësto, Paradise – one of the larger tracks off their recent fifth studio album, titled “Mylo Xyloto” – is reassembled into a full-on festival bliss. Building upon the technique of looping chopped up vocal parts which we’ve come to know from the triumphs of Sweden’s Johan Wedel and Third Party’s forthcoming Feel single, only now using the incredible voice of lead singer Chris Martin, this has success written all over it. Withholding the key elements for the genesis of a euphoric mayhem on any dancefloor, the gut-wrenching chord progression and fulfilling drums of the newest production from the world renowned powerhouse that is Tiësto are destined to grow on anything living, if they haven’t already.
Having just recently breached the holy number of a whooping 10 million fans on his Facebook fan page, the Dutch veteran whom is currently touring across Mexico prepares for the release of another ground-breaker. Already known for tracks like Zero 76 (with Hardwell), Beautiful World (with Mark Knight), the remix on Hard-Fi’s Fire In The House, Maximal Crazy and the upcoming People Of The Night (with AN21 and Max Vangeli) in 2011, the relentless crusade of Tiësto proceeds strongly along with the rise of the now previewed sample of his remix for Coldplay.