William Shatner’s new album is a return to his “Star Trek” roots, featuring 19 space-themed tracks on the metal covers album. The actor’s latest musical project, “Searching For Major Tom,” will include covers of songs by Deep Purple, U2, Frank Sinatra, Elton John, David Bowie, Queen, Pink Floyd, Duran Duran and The Police. The album will be comprised of “interpretations” of the intergalactic-themed rock anthems including “Rocket Man,” “Space Oddity,” “Walking on The Moon” and “Lost in The Stars.” The 80-year-old actor began his music career in 1968 with the album, “The Transformed Man.” He also performed Elton John’s “Rocket Man” – featured on the album – in 1978 during the Science Fiction Film Awards.