BUSH's GAVIN ROSSDALE Contributes Solo Cut To Forthcoming Soundtrack

BUSH frontman Gavin Rossdale has been asked to contribute his vocals to a track on the forthcoming Triple X soundtrack, due out this summer. "I did a track with the excellent and exemplary Glenn Ballard," Gavin wrote in his online journal. "Such a trip playing and singing with different people in a different environment. It's not a BUSH thing—it's going under my name, but I got some cool help. [A PERFECT CIRCLE drummer] Josh Freese, Joel Scheer and a guy called Lance—all really good and natural. It was cool to play with them. Next week is the video, which is, as we speak, still being written."

Triple X the movie, starring Samuel L. Jackson and Vin Diesel, is due to receive a theatrical release in August.


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