Music producer Brian Eno suggests Coldplay to ban singer Chris Martin from the recording sessions for their next studio LP.
Coldplay's frontman Chris Martin shared that he has been banned from the band's recording sessions for their fifth studio album. Speaking in an interview with Absolute Radio, he said the decision is resulted from music producer Brian Eno's advice which suggests the band to enter studio without him.
"He said that he thought the last album was OK but it could have been much better," Chris explained as quoted by Digital Spy. "He said that he still wanted to work with us on the next album but that I was banned from the studio!"
Coldplay's latest studio album "Viva La Vida" has been in stores since June 2008. Carrying ten singles, all written by the band's members themselves, the effort peaked at the top spot on Billboard Hot 200 and certified with double platinum for selling more than two million copies in the U.S. during the year 2008.