Rock legend Neil Young is to revisit the album he scrapped in 2000 after declaring the project was worth salvaging. The Heart Of Gold hitmaker and his band Crazy Horse spent months working on the album, Toast, at San Francisco, California's Toast Studios - before deciding it wasn't good enough to release. In a post on his website, Young writes, "Many songs share a bluesy, jazz-tinged vibe as a common thread. Three solid rockers are interspersed in the mix."