David Bowie is the latest artist to sign on for the soundtrack to the upcoming "Rugrats" film, and has already recorded his contribution, "Skylife," a song which reunites him with former producer Tony Visconti.Bowie and Visconti worked on several of the musician's classic albums, including "Space Oddity" (1969) and "Low" (1977), but the two had a falling out during the '80s and had not been in a studio together since 1980's "Scary Monsters," according to "Billboard." The two have also recently collaborated on a cover of John Lennon's "Mother" -- a song based on Lennon's experiments in primal scream therapy -- for a new tribute album to the slain Beatle. Bowie is no stranger to Lennon's work, having recorded the Lennon-penned "Across the Universe" for his 1975 album "Young Americans," which was produced by Visconti and featured the song "Fame," which Lennon and Bowie co-wrote. Tin Machine, Bowie's short-lived group project, also covered a Lennon tune, "Working Class Hero,"
for its 1989 debut album.No word yet on whether the mended fences between Visconti and Bowie will lead to a full album from the two, although a representative for Bowie said that he is about to start work on his new record, due out next year. As we previously reported (see "Mya Records With Blackstreet For 'Rugrats' Movie "), Mya and Blackstreet have also recorded a children's song for the "Rugrats" film, which is due in cinemas on November 25.