Lindsay Lohan is better known these days for disrupting weddings and undergoing your average cryotherapy session than she is for her film roles, so sometimes it’s hard to remember she initially rose to fame by virtue of her acting chops. Even less remembered is her all-too-inconsistent foray into the world of pop music (“Rumors," never forget), and that's a shame isn't it?

Well, seven years after shelving her third album back in 2008, Lindsay's finally made her triumphant return to the world of music: She's collaborated with persevering ‘80s rock band, Duran Duran.

Lindsay combines her love of acting and her love of music in the spoken-word segment for “Danceophobia," a track off the group’s upcoming album Paper Gods. In it, Lindsay plays a doctor, saying, "Can you hear me? If you can hear me let me know. I am your doctor. You may be experiencing feelings of confusion. Don't be afraid. I've seen these symptoms before. Ten to twenty new cases each week. We call this condition 'Danceophobia.' I'm going to keep you in for observation. I may have to work on you throughout the night. We have to trust each other. And together, I think we can beat this thing before the music ends."

In a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight, Duran Duran commented on the collaboration with Lindsay, with lead singer Simon Le Bon saying, “She was about two weeks late, but that’s okay because we’re pretty loose.”

Bassist Nick Rhodes also talked about working with the actress, saying, “She was a little tricky to tie down, she’s got her schedules that seem to run on different time than the rest of the planet, but that’s what’s kind of great about her. She’s unique and she’s got a fantastic energy and Duran Duran love her."

Paper Gods hits shelves on September 11, but in the meantime you can listen to Lindsay's contribution to "Danceophobia" over at Fuse.

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