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Lindsay Lohan, James Franco, Terry Richardson and R.E.M. may sound like an odd grouping, but the four joined together for one of the last (if not the last) R.E.M. music video, "Blue," a song which appears on the band's final album, "Collapse Into Now."

Franco directed the "Blue" video, which features vocals by Michael Stipe and Patti Smith, as part of R.E.M.'s Collapse Into Now Film Project, a selection of films directed by noteworthy artists to accompany each song on the final album.

"Collapse Into Now," the band's fifteenth album, was released in March 2011, but the music video for "Blue" was buried until its release Thursday, according to Rolling Stone. Fans got a shock when Lohan flickered around the screen, posing for photographer Terry Richardson at the Chateau Marmont. Intermingled in the almost six-minute vid are blurry shots of parties and the Los Angeles landscape. »

- Cavan Sieczkowski

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