LOS ANGELES, CA - APRIL 01: Musician John Taylor (L) and singer Simon Le Bon of Duran Duran perform onstage during the David
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It's a good time to be a legendary legacy act. Scratch that—it's always good to be iconic in your field, but lately it feels like the older gen are being thrown back into the spotlight with the new class of pop icons. Need we remind you of the Kanye WestRihannaPaul McCartney collabo "FourFiveSeconds"

Today it comes in the form of Duran Duran, the '80s supergroup announcing their 18th studio album, Paper Gods. Normally we'd think of this as just a prolific band being prolific. But, like, have you seen the names on this bad boy?

The group are hitting the studio with Janelle Monáe, John Frusciante, Kiesza, Lindsay Lohan, Nile RodgersMark Ronson and more. Lindsay Lohan is back, people! Singer Simon Le Bon explained

"We’ve allowed ourselves the time to make music that we can be proud of. I judge what we release by my favorite albums – Horses, Harvest, Let It Bleed, Blue, Transformer, Aladdin Sane. Those are classic albums. The only rule is it’s got to be music you can live with for the rest of your life.”

Now, when are they going to call Miley Cyrus up?