Upcoming Bloody Beetroots Album to Feature Peter Frampton and Tommy Lee in Addition to Paul McCartney
It turns out Paul McCartney isn't the only rock legend who's been working with Italian dance artist The Bloody Beetroots. The eclectic electronica musician, who also goes by the name of Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo, has revealed full details about his forthcoming album, Hide, which in addition to the McCartney collaboration, "Out of Sight," features appearances by Peter Frampton and Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee.
Frampton appears on a song titled "The Beat" and Lee lends his talents to a tune called "Raw." Hide is scheduled to be released on September 17.
As previously reported, "Out of Sight" was released as the lead single from Hide back in June and features the Beatles legend on lead vocals. Also contributing to the track was producer and founding Killing Joke member Martin Glover, aka Youth, with whom McCartney collaborates on his electronica side project, The Fireman.
Here is the full track list of The Bloody Beetroots' Hide album:
"Spank (featuring Tai & Bart B More)
"Raw" (featuring Tommy Lee)
"Chronicles of a Fallen Love" (featuring Greta Svabo Bech)
"The Furious" (featuring Penny Rimbaud)
"Out of Sight" (featuring Paul McCartney & Youth)
"Albion with Junior"
"All the Girls (Around the World)" (featuring Theophilus London)
"Please Baby" (featuring P-Thugg of Chromeo)
"Glow in the Dark" (featuring Sam Sparro)
"The Source (Chaos & Confusion)"
"The Beat" (featuring Peter Frampton)
"Rocksteady (The Bloody Beetroots vs. Gigi Barocco)"
"Volevo un Gatto Nero (You Promised Me)" (featuring Gigi Barocco)
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