McCartney, Tommy Lee and Frampton Guest on New Bloody Beetroots

(Gibson) Peter Frampton, Paul McCartney and Tommy Lee have all worked with Italian musician Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo (real name, Simone Cogo) on the Bloody Beetroots' new album, Hide. The Bloody Beetroots usual sound is a mix of electro/rock music.

McCartney joined Rifo on the recent single "Out of Sight." Frampton guests on a track called "The Beat." Lee lends a hand on a tune called "Raw."

"I was impressed by the creative energy in the room when you get three musicians from three different generations vibing together in the studio," Rifo said after working with McCartney and producer/bassist Youth on "Out of Sight."

The cover art for Hide was created by Italian comics illustrator Tanino Liberatore, the hand behind the cover art for the Bloody Beetroots' last studio album, Romborama. See it here.

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