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Jonathan Coulton Re-working 'Still Alive' With They Might Be Giants Band Member

8 April 2011 4:00 PM, PDT | MTV Multiplayer | See recent MTV Multiplayer news »

You all remember "Still Alive," right? The amazing Jonathan Coulton tune that ran over the end credits of "Portal." It was also released as a free song in "Rock Band." Yeah, that. Well it seems that Coulton is working on a new version of "Still Alive" for his upcoming album, which is being produced by They Might Be Giants songwriter/singer/multi-instrumentalist John Flansburgh.

The Twitter feed for They Might Be Giants exploded this week with new information on Coulton's upcoming album, including word that the "Portal" tune is being re-worked. The song will feature guest appearances from Sara Keirsten Quin, of Tegan and Sara, and Joe McGinty, of The Psychedelic Furs, as well as a theremin solo from Dorit Chrysler. The Tmbg feed, presumably being manned by Flansburgh, also reveals that Coulton's new album is set for a bizarrely distant 2013 release.

With the "Portal 2" release now less than two weeks ago, »

- Adam Rosenberg

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