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Too sexy single

KYLIE MINOGUE and Coldplay have teamed up to release a single in support of World AIDS Day, which takes place every first of December.

The unlikely duo released the single, Lhuna, which has an ethereal quality to it and doesn’t quite sound like anything either has performed before. The single was recorded earlier this year while Coldplay were working on their latest album, entitled Viva La Vida. According to lead singer of Coldplay, Chris Martin, the single was not included on the album because it is ‘too sexy’.

Kylie Minogue
Kylie Minogue

It was released to coincide with World Aids Day alongside recordings by Jay-Z, The Dixie Chicks, The Police, Elvis Costello and Sheryl Crow. U2 also recorded a cover of Greg Lake’s I Believe in Father Christmas, while The Killers, Elton John and Neil Tennant join forces on the Christmas song, Joseph.

A portion of the profits is to be invested in African AIDS programs, focusing on women and children. Since its launch in 2006 (RED) (created by Bono), has raised more than 120 million dollars.

To celebrate the launch, all the tracks can be listened to for free on