Mark Hoppus And Pete Wentz Record Song For 'Alice In Wonderland'

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Mark Hoppus And Pete Wentz Record Song For 'Alice In Wonderland'
As reported on Spin.com, the bassists for Blink 182 and Fall Out Boy have recorded a song for the upcoming Alice In Wonderland film. The movie which is directed by Tim Burton and set for a March release, will feature the unique collaboration by Mark Hoppus and Pete Wentz and is said it may not be their last creation. Wentz hinted that the duo may record a few more tracks for the movie's soundtrack if Hoppus isn't busy recording in the studio with the recently reunited Blink 182. As for the new track's sound, Wentz stated it's "nothing like Blink or Fall Out Boy". "Mark understands songwriting on a completely different level," he said in an email to MTV. "It's awesome to have a chance to sit in a room with him and watch him work out a melody." Although they have been busy with the collaboration, Wentz noted that him and Hoppus haven't formed a new project or supergroup. "It's just for fun," he said. "It's not a band or even a project at this state. I think between me getting Starbuck's on TMZ and him gearing up for a summer of Blink, we have a lot on our hands." A full tracklisting or release date hasn't been revealed for the Alice In Wonderland soundtrack but its said it should be anticipated for in the next few weeks.
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