We are still getting our brains wrapped around the the Lou Reed/Metallica collaborative album Lulu, which is due out November 1st. The album is Reed's musical adaptation of German playwright Frank Wedekind's 1913 play about the life of an abused dancer, and is sure to be the crankiest metal album about a German dancer ever released. But just as we've started to come to grips with the fact that the writer of "Sister Ray" calls Lulu"the best thing I ever did," we now learn that Jack White has produced a single for the Insane Clown Posse called “Leck mich im Arsch” (“Lick me in the arse”)!

The single, which uses a Mozart sample that "has figuratively been swept under the rug," is set for release September 13th on White’s Third Man Records—but you can listen to the single below. Have White & Co. upstaged Reed and Metallica's bizarre union?

Reed certainly did his best to make their project sound as bonkers as you'd imagine: "We had to bring Lulu to life in a sophisticated way, using rock and the hardest power rock you could come up with...And I did it with the best group I could possibly find. By definition, everybody involved was honest. This has come into the world pure. We pushed as far as we possibly could within the realms of reality." Reed also made Metallica cry, it seems.

So which is weirder: Lou Reed/Metallica or Jack White/Insane Clown Posse? Or are neither in the same universe as the 2009 Snoop Dogg/Buzz Aldrin joint single, "Rocket Experience," which includes the immortal line, "I walked on your face"?