A few weeks back, Ke$ha and Wayne Coyne started tweeting semi-scandalous photos from a joint studio session (lines of Tums were involved?), and Vulture did not alert you because, well, Ke$ha tweets crazy stuff all the time. But the fruits of that session, or some session like it, will soon be available to the world at large, so here is your update: Ke$ha, the Flaming Lips, and Biz Markie made a song together. It’s called “2012,” and it will be on the Flaming Lips’ Record Store Day collaboration double-album. Also on Flaming Lips and Heady Fwends, as it is titled: Justin Vernon, Neon Indian, Erykah Badu, Chris Martin, Nick Cave, and Yoko Ono. The best title award goes to "Supermoon Made Me Want to Pee" (featuring Prefuse 73), though the whole track list is worth a gander. And that concludes your Flaming Lips Wackiness Update for the day.
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