Jackson Sings About Escapism On Previously Unreleased Track

The message was quite eerie.

In this unreleased track, "A Place With No Name", from the late King of Pop sings about his desire to travel to a mysterious place: "Take me to a place without no name."

The 25-second snippet follows after the jump - the chorus sounds familiar. It was actually taken from America's 70's hit song, "A Horse With No Name".

Years ago, America's manager reportedly approved Michael's "A Place With No Name".

Jim Morey, America's current manager who also represented Michael Jackson in the late '80s and early '90s, told press that America supported Michael's rendition. "The band was honored that Michael chose to do their song and they hope it becomes available for all Michael's fans to hear."