In 2010, Peter Gabriel released the first of a two part album collection, Scratch my Back. In this first album, Peter Gabriel lays an open invitation to his contemporaries David Bowie, Paul Simon, David Bryne and the Talking Heads, and Neil Young; and some of his successors Bon Iver, Arcade Fire, and Regina Spektor. Just over three years later the full-length second part to the collection, And I'll Scratch Yours, is released featuring many of the artists Gabriel covered in Scratch my Back. Recent 2013 artist David Bryne leads off the album with his unique take on Peter Gabriel's "I Dont Remember." NPR Music has a exclusive first listen of both albums available for a limited time here. What do you think of this experiment?