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In 1996, Lifetime issued a compilation of their 7" releases and unreleased songs, on Glue Records, also released in Europe by Day After Records. In 1997, the band completed its third full-length Jersey's Best Dancers . With twelve songs clocking in at under 24 minutes, Jersey's Best Dancers continued in the same vein as Hello Bastards . However, after a short tour in support of their new album, Lifetime decided to disband in 1997.

Writing for Idolator , Bianca Gracie and Robbie Daw rated the song 7/10 and 8/10 respectively, stating that the song is "incredibly vibrant in an almost childlike, blissful way that gives such an energetic rush" and that it is "the best Coldplay single in seven years". [6] Rolling Stone ranked "Adventure of a Lifetime" at number 41 on its year-end list to find the 50 best songs of 2015. [7]

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