September 23, 2010 5:03
Ray Davies reveals details of collaboration album featuring Metallica, Mumford & Sons, Pixies
'See My Friends' also includes songs with Billy Corgan, Bruce Springsteen and the late Alex Chilton
Ray Davies has revealed details of his upcoming collaboration album, which features the likes of Metallica, Mumford and Sons and Pixies' Black Francis.
Entitled 'See My Friends', the 14-track LP will also see the likes of Bruce Springsteen, who recorded a version of The Kinks' 'Better Things', and Bon Jovi, who worked with Davies on 'Celluloid Heroes'.
Released on November 1, other notable names on the album include The Smashing Pumpkins' Billy Corgan, the late Alex Chilton and Snow Patrol's Gary Lightbody, reports TwentyFourBit.com.
The tracklisting for 'See My Friends' is as follows:
'Better Things (Featuring Bruce Springsteen)'
'Celluloid Heroes (Featuring Jon Bon Jovi & Richie Sambora)'
'Days/This Time Tomorrow (Featuring Mumford & Sons)'
'Long Way From Home (Featuring Lucinda Williams & The 88)'
'You Really Got Me (Featuring Metallica)'
'Lola (Featuring Paloma Faith)'
'Waterloo Sunset (Featuring Jackson Browne)'
'Til The End Of The Day (Featuring Alex Chilton & The 88)'
'Dead End Street (Featuring Amy Macdonald)'
'See My Friends (Featuring Spoon)'
'This Is Where I Belong (Featuring Black Francis)'
'David Watts (Featuring The 88)'
'Tired Of Waiting For You (Featuring Gary Lightbody)'
'All Day And All Of The Night/Destroyer (Featuring Billy Corgan)'
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