JAKE E. LEE, STEVEN ADLER To Guest On New ENUFF Z'NUFF Album
According to antiMUSIC, former OZZY OSBOURNE/BADLANDS guitarist Jake E. Lee and original GUNS N' ROSES drummer Steven Adler will make guest appearances on ENUFF Z'NUFF's upcoming 12th studio album, due later in the year.
Entitled "Lost in Vegas", the disc was recorded primarily in "Sin City," with some additional tracking having taken place in Chicago.
Fans of ENUFF Z'NUFF frontman Donnie Vie's solo material will already be familiar with a couple of tracks: "Roll Away" and "Code Red" have both been re-recorded for this album. The demo for "Roll Away" is currently streaming on Donnie's MySpace page and the original version of "Code Red" was issued on the UK bonus EP to his "DVieD" release. Other tracks include "Lazy Dazy", "High", "Fine Line", "Playground", and a cover of THE BEATLES classic "Run for your Life".
ENUFF Z'NUFF's Chip Z'Nuff plays bass in Steven Adler's band ADLER'S APPETITE.
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