Coldplay fans are 'least likely to have sex on a first date'

But Nirvana and Metallica fans are supposedly the most forward...

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Coldplay fans are least likely to have sex on a first date than fans of a slew of other acts - according to a new survey.

Music-based dating website, which matches potential partners based on their taste in music, has carried out the research.

They asked users how far they’d likely go on a first date. Users were given the options of "I’d only meet up for a chat", "Perhaps a kiss" and "I’d go all the way if the mood was right."

Answers were then matched with users' tastes in music, leaving Tastebuds with the result that on average Coldplay fans were the least likely to have sex on a first date, while Nirvana fans were the most likely.

Other acts with average fan responses in the 'Least Likely' category included Adele, Lady Gaga and Kings Of Leon, while fans of Metallica, Linkin Park and Kanye West were high in the 'Most Likely' category.

The results were:

Least Likely to 'go all the way'

1. Coldplay
2. Adele
3. Lady Gaga
4. Katy Perry
5. Kings Of Leon

Most Likely

1. Nirvana
2. Metallica
3. Linkin Park
4. Kanye West
5. Gorillaz

What's the best and worst music to have sex to?

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