“All Good Things,” the duet by Nelly Furtado and Coldplay’s Chris Martin, turned out to not be one of the good things and it was pulled from Furtado’s new CD Loose. Coldplay’s label, EMI, ordered the track pulled at the last minute because Martin’s voice didn’t feature its signature melancholy sensitivity (read, off-key whine). “Chris’s label didn’t want his voice sounding so rocky,” Furtado said. The track remains on the album, but sans Martin. It’s the second time Chris’s vocals have been pulled from a duet: EMI wasn’t fond of his original caterwauling on The Streets’s hit “Dry Your Eyes.” Ironically, it’s thought that Coldplay strives to be on a par with U2. Perhaps more ironically, Martin is married to Gwyneth Paltrow, who starred in the movie Duets.