American music legend Neil Young has written a new album attacking the war in Iraq, including a track called IMPEACH THE PRESIDENT. The 60-year-old recorded the LP in just three days, without any warning. Director Jonathan Demme, who recently released the documentary HEART OF GOLD about Young, says, "It all happened in three days. It is a brilliant electric assault, accompanied by a 100-voice choir, on Bush and the war in Iraq. Truly mind blowing. Will be in stores soon." The only evidence on Young's website is a message that reads, "I just finished a new record - a power trio with trumpet and 100 voices. "Metal folk protest? It's called LIVING WITH WAR." According to reports, Impeach The President accuses US President George W Bush of lying and features a rap with Bush's voice and a choir singing "flip flop" - an insult directed at Democrat John Kerry, who Bush defeated at the 2004 presidential election.