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Coldplay's Kylie Minogue Duet Track Yanked From New LP

June 03, 2008 08:28:23 GMT

The band have decided not to put their collaboration song with the pop diva on "Viva La Vida" because they think that it was too sexy.


Coldplay's Kylie Minogue Duet Track Yanked From New LP
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Fans of English rock band Coldplay will have to hold their expectation to hear the band's recent collaboration track with pop singer Kylie Minogue, as the rockers decided to exclude it from their new album. The band said that the collaboration single was just "too sexy" to be put on "Viva la Vida".

Coldplay's lead singer Chris Martin confirmed that news to the press at a recent interview during the launch of Q radio station in U.K. Speaking to the media, Chris said, "Well, its just too sexy. At this point we cannot be that sexy, also we haven't quite finished it. It's a song called Lunar and Kylie is particularly brilliant on it."

Although the new song won't be heard on "Viva La Vida", Chris promised that it will be released and included in their next record that will be outed next year. "It will see the light of day and I'm going to tell you exclusively that it will be on a record that we will put out at the end of next year," Chris explained. "It'll be track nine I imagine and then track ten will be a song called 'Life In Technicolour' which is the song of a piece that we put on this album and it will neatly wrap up things for the end of the decade."

Moreover, in addition to commenting about the new track, on that interview, the band's vocalist also had something to say about the latest controversy in U.K. regarding Jay-Z's addition as one of the performers at Glastonbury Festival. Shouting out his opinion Chris said, "It's just proof that a great portion of the world are idiots. I don't even know where the controversy started; it probably started from two people on a computer who don't really know what they're talking about."

© AceShowbiz.com




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