Ke$ha Rocks Out On “Meet Me In Space”: Listen To The Unreleased ‘Warrior’ Track

By: Mike Wass / September 23, 2013

Remember when Ke$ha promised to bring cock-pop (ie. hazy ’70s rock mixed with bone-rattling electro) to the masses but then released the three most traditional pop songs on (the admittedly near perfect) Warrior as singles?

Well, it seems the diva’s original vision for the LP might have been more in line with crunchy guitar-pop gems like “Dirty Love” and “Only Wanna Be With You” than “C’Mon” and “Crazy Kids” if recently-surfaced reject “Meet Me In Space” is any indication.

Produced by Nathan Chapman (best known for his work with Taylor Swift), the woozy track is a total winner despite being in fairly early demo form. K$ wails and moans like she’s going through childbirth over pulsing synths before the song erupts into a peculiarly endearing rock-disco anthem.

“I wanna love like I’ve never had my heart broke before,” laments the hitmaker before inviting the object of her affection to meet her in space. Listen in awe after the jump.

Perhaps its time to re-release Warrior complete with “Machine Gun Love” and this little gem? Let us know what you think in the comments below.