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$#*! My Dad Says' William Shatner is prepping his third album, Searching for Major Tom, a collection of '70s and '80s rock covers due later this year. Members of the Strokes, the Kinks, Yes, Deep Purple, as well as Peter Frampton and Bootsy Collins, will appear on the album. No stranger to musical collaborations, Shatner previously worked with Ben Folds, Henry Rollins and Brad Paisley (who's also been tapped for Tom) on his last album, 2004's Has Been.

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Searching for Major Tom's track list and guest spots are below:

"Space Trucking" (Deep Purple) - featuring Johnny Winter and Deep Purple's Ian Paice

"She Blinded Me with Science" (Thomas Dolby) - featuring Bootsy Collins and Patrick Moraz, formerly of Yes and Moody Blues

"In a Little While" (U2) - featuring Ash Ra Tempel's Manuel Gottsching

"Empty Glass" (The Tea Party) - featuring Michael Schenker of UFO and Scorpions

"Lost in the Stars" (Frank Sinatra) - featuring Ernie Watts

"Twilight Zone" (Golden Earring) - featuring Warren Haynes of Gov't Mule and Allman Brothers

"Space Cowboy" (by Steve Miller) - featuring Brad Paisley

"Rocket Man" (Elton John) - featuring Steve Hillage of System 7 and formerly of Gong

"Space Oddity" (David Bowie) - featuring Alan Parsons and Ritchie Blackmore, formerly of Deep Purple

"Spirit in the Sky" (Norman Greenbaum) - featuring Peter Frampton

"Bohemian Rhapsody" (Queen) - featuring Asia's John Wetton

"Silver Machine" (Hawkwind) - featuring MC5's Wayne Kramer and and Vanilla Fudge's Carmine Appice

"Major Tom" (Peter Shilling) - featuring the Strokes' Nick Valensi, Black Label Society's Zakk Wylde and Alice in Chains' Mike Inez

"Learning to Fly" (Pink Floyd) - featuring Tangerine Dream's Edgar Froese

"Mr. Spaceman" (The Byrds ) - featuring the Kinks' Dave Davies

"Iron Man" (Black Sabbath) - featuring  Zakk Wylde

"Planet Earth" (Duran Duran) - featuring Yes' Steve Howe

"Walking on the Moon" (The Police) - featuring Toots & the Maytals' Toots

"Mrs. Major Tom" - featuring an as-yet-unannounced female singer

 What do you think of Shatner's track list?