JAKE E. LEE: Previously Unreleased Recording Posted Online

A previously unreleased solo idea by former OZZY OSBOURNE/BADLANDS guitarist Jake E. Lee has been posted online via his official fan site at this location. According to a message on the site, "this cool never-to-be released solo idea from the BOURGEOIS PIGS sessions [the project featuring Lee, guitarist Michael Guy (HOUSE OF LORDS), vocalist Richard Black (SHARK ISLAND), bassist Tony Franklin (THE FIRM, BLUE MURDER), and keyboardist Lindsay Vannoy (ALICE COOPER)] [came from a song that] never had an official name and [Jake] wasn't too sure if he wanted to solo over the section he was supposed to, so he looped the drums and bass, did some computer-based pitch shifting, and came up with the following."


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