RollingStone.com spoke with Coldplay frontman Chris Martin about the band’s work with OxFam, a British humanitarian organization, who asked them to spread the word about fair-trade practices and worldwide poverty. “Trade regulations around the world need to be improved drastically, or else we’re fu**ed,” Martin said. Meanwhile, the band is concentrating on its next album, which will be recorded in Chicago. “We’re gonna try to make a record that will get us inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame,” Martin said with a laugh. “Right now we’ve got some songs that sound like we want to be the Cure. That’s because we do.”
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