Chris Martin's collaboration with Nelly Furtado has been mysteriously axed from her forthcoming album.The duet, 'All Good Things', was reportedly removed from the LP's track-listing on the orders of the Coldplay frontman's record company EMI.A source told Britain's Daily Star newspaper: "Three days ago the order came through to remove it from her album. I don't know if Chris knows yet, but when he finds out he'll be furious. It seems EMI have a problem rather than either of the artists."This is not the first time a duet involving the singer has been stopped by his record company.The Coldplay frontman, who is married to Hollywood actress Gwyneth Paltrow, recorded the original vocal to The Streets' UK hit 'Dry Your Eyes'.The group's frontman, Mike Skinner, revealed: "I asked him to do it and he did, but I don't think his record company liked it."Rumours are now circulating that the track Chris recorded with rapper Kanye West may also never be released.
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