By Clark Collis
Updated July 16, 2009 at 11:04 PM EDT

TMZ has posted a previously unreleased Michael Jackson track called “A Place With No Name.” The song is remarkably similar to the 1972 America hit “A Horse With No Name.” According to TMZ, the band gave their blessing to Jackson’s revamp. There is no information at present about when the song was recorded.

Do you like the track? When do you think Jackson recorded it? And how does it compare to “A Horse With No Name”, which you can hear below?

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