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News About a ''Chromatica'' Collaboration

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As this Web site has reported, one of the tracks on Lady Gaga's new album is called Sine From Above, and features the Rocket Man.

 
Gaga recently talked about the inspiration behind the name.
 
''At the end, the last act of the album is a song called 'Sine From Above,' as you know, that I did with Elton, and a song called 'Babylon.' And we use a 'Sine From Above,' S-I-N-E, because it's a sound wave.
 
''It's that sound, sine, from above is what healed me to be able to dance my way out of this album, singing 'Babylon,' a song about gossip, and something that used to run my life and make me feel so small and chained and dance my way with the chains on. I'm wearing them right now. And I wear them proudly that I feel free.''
 
Gaga and Elton's Chromatica collaboration can be heard on YouTube.
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