February 2, 2007 17:49

The Flaming Lips cover Radiohead

Wayne Coyne and co. tackle 'Knives Out'

The Flaming Lips cover Radiohead
The Flaming Lips are due to cover Radiohead’s ’Knives Out’ for a new compilation album.

’Sounds Eclectic: The Covers Project’ also features The Magic Numbers covering Beyonce’s ’Crazy In Love’, R.E.M covering Glen Campbell’s ’Gentle On My Mind’ and Paul Weller’s version of Rose Royce’s ’Wishing On A Star’.

The album will be sold in selected US Starbucks locations from March 13. The tracks were culled from US radio station KCRW’s ’Morning Becomes Eclectic’ show. A portion of the sales will aid the station’s effort to digitilise its' music library, reports Billboard.

A UK release date is yet to be announced.

The tracklist for the album is:

‘Out In The Weekend’- Girls In Hawaii
‘I Got The Sleep’- Sia
‘Crazy In Love’ – the Magic Numbers
‘Creep’ – Damien Rice
‘I Want A Little Sugar In My Bowl’- Nikka Costa
‘Fire And Rain’- Dido
‘Wishing On A Star’- Paul Weller
‘Harvest’- Rufus Wainwright and Chris Stills
‘Gentle On My Mind’- REM
‘Mad World’- Gary Jules
‘Knives Out’- The Flaming Lips
‘Black Dog’- Robert Plant
‘Moses’- Missy Higgins
‘Let’s Dance’- M. Ware
‘Hallelujah’- k.d. lang

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