JASON NEWSTED To Sing, Play Guitar On PAPA WHEELIE's Debut

April 15, 2002

Former METALLICA bassist Jason Newsted will follow up his touring activities with ECHOBRAIN with the release of the debut CD from PAPA WHEELIE, entitled Unipsycho, through Newsted's own Chophouse Records. Featuring Jason on guitar/lead vocals, Steven Wiig on drums and Joe Ledesma on bass, PAPA WHEELIE's Unipsycho reportedly follows a "punk/stoner" musical direction and will likely include the following tracks, among others:

01. The Real Me
02. Fire Face
03. Through The Night
04. Never The Liar
05. Ride This
06. Tread
07. Sprocket Man

More information on the CD, including the exact release date, will be made available shortly.

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