JASON NEWSTED's PAPA WHEELIE Project: New Songs Posted Online

PAPA WHEELIE, the "stoner punk metal" crew consisting of former METALLICA bassist Jason Newsted (a.k.a. Jaylor) on guitar/vocals, Steven Wiig (a.k.a. Swiiglor) on drums and Joe Ledesma (a.k.a. Joefus) on bass, have posted three new tracks recorded at Newsted's The Chophouse studio in October 2003.

Commented Jason: "The noisiest metal on two wheels is alive and well. Eight years on the trail and counting, session after session, ride after ride, stronger every time. The wheels continue to roll one way...uphill...faster. Here's a taste of where the WHEELIE has been treading most recently."

The songs available for listening in streaming Real Audio are as follows:

01. Body Count (Real Audio)
02. Roller (Real Audio)
03. Fastback (Instrumental) (Real Audio)

For more information on PAPA WHEELIE, click here.

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