ENUFF Z'NUFF: New Song Featuring JAKE E. LEE Posted Online

A new ENUFF Z'NUFF track titled "High" has been posted on the band's MySpace page. The track, which features an appearance by former OZZY OSBOURNE/BADLANDS guitarist Jake E. Lee, will be included on ENUFF Z'NUFF's new album, "Dissonance", due later in the year. Another track from the CD, "Altered States", is available for streaming on ENUFF Z'NUFF frontman Donnie Vie's MySpace page.

According to antiMUSIC, Jake E. Lee appears on the entire "Dissonance" CD, which was issued in a special collector's edition at the Rocklahoma festival earlier in the month. Also making a guest appearance on the album is original GUNS N' ROSES drummer Steven Adler.

It is not know yet if Jake E. Lee will join ENUFF Z'NUFF on the road when they tour to support the effort.

Vie recently returned to the band full-time after he quit touring with them seven years ago.

ENUFF Z'NUFF performing at Rocklahoma 2008:

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