The unlikely collaboraters have recorded a version of 'Wonder Woman' - the mind boggles...
TRICKY has collaborated with the RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS on material for his forthcoming album.
According to a posting on the official Tricky website [url=]www.trickyonline.com, the Bristol rapper has recorded “a few tracks” with guitarist John Frusciante, bassist Flea and singer Anthony Kiedis for his as-yet-untitled album, which is scheduled for release in Summer 2001.
A spokesperson for Tricky told NME.COM he was unaware of the tracks. However, a posting on the official Red Hot Chili Peppers’ official site
[url=]www.redhotchilipeppers.com confirms the recordings are “for Tricky”, and one of the tracks is a cover of ‘Wonder Women’. Other material recorded during the sessions features Frusciante on vocals.
Tricky’s last release was an EP, ‘Mission Accomplished’, which came out in November through US proto-punk label Epitaph – best known as the home to acts including NOFX, Bad Religion and Tom Waits.