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Unreleased Jackson Song Leaked On Web
A never-before-heard Michael Jackson song has been leaked to celebrity news website TMZ.com - three weeks after it broke the news of the artist's sudden death.
TMZ.com has made available a 25-second snippet of the track, entitled A Place with No Name, and says it is unclear when it was recorded.
The lyrics and the tune are similar to the hit ballad A Horse with No Name by the group America.
Jackson had reportedly been given permission by America to rework the track, which reached number one in 1971.
"The band was honoured that Michael chose to do their song and they hope it becomes available for all Michael's fans to hear," America's manager Jim Morey told TMZ.com.Mr Morey was also Jackson's manager in the late 1980s and early 1990s, according to TMZ.com.
Jackson's death, at the age of 50 from an apparent cardiac arrest, has fuelled sales of his music worldwide.
There are rumoured to be thousands of unreleased recordings by the King of Pop that have not yet surfaced.
Meanwhile, interest in Jackson memorabilia has grown dramatically since his death.
An Andy Warhol portrait of the singer is on the auction block at a New York art gallery.
The 30in by 26in painting shows a smiling Jackson in a red jacket from his 1980s Thriller days and is owned by a private collector.
Jackson Hair Horror 'Sparked Pill Addiction'
1:06pm UK, Thursday July 16, 2009
A harrowing accident that happened while Michael Jackson was filming a commercial may have fuelled his addiction to painkillers, it has been claimed.[/q]
Shocking new video footage has revealed the star was severely injured when his hair caught fire after a special effects explosion.
The singer was filming a TV ad for Pepsi in the Los Angeles Auditorium in January 27, 1984 when things went horribly wrong.
Usmagazine.com's clip shows Jackson dancing on stage in a glittering suit while pyrotechnic displays explode around him, as planned.
But during the sixth take the fireworks go off too early and Jackson's hair catches fire.
At first Jackson is apparently unaware his head is on fire and continues dancing for several seconds until the crew descends on him to douse the flames.
The pop star suffered second and third-degree burns on his scalp, face and body - for which he had to have surgery.
To relieve his injuries, the star was prescribed several medications, which kicked off his addiction to painkillers and obsession with plastic surgery, Usmagazine.com says.
Sources close to Jackson have claimed he was never the same after the accident, the website adds.
Powerful painkillers were found in Jackson's body after he died from a suspected cardiac arrest on June 25, aged 50.
Reports have said Jackson regularly took a cocktail of up to eight painkillers to help him deal with the pain of his surgery and injuries.
The day after his death, Jackson family lawyer Brian Oxman described the King of Pop's use of opiates as "extensive".