Charlie Sheen’s “Winning” Is a Loser

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In the wake of his Violent Torpedo of Truth Tour, Charlie Sheen gave an extended interview to E! News (as opposed to his prior favorite news outlet, his now-defunct UStream channel) and premiered the re-cut video for the “rock version” of “Winning,” the track he recorded with Snoop Dogg and Rob Patterson. The song is available on iTunes (in both “rock” and “original” versions), and a portion of the proceeds will go towards Sheen’s new non-profit Torpedos Against Tornados [sic].

The rock version above is particularly dreadful. Patterson’s beat sounds rather like a rap-rock throwback, and Snoop’s verses are passable despite references to tiger blood and torpedoes. Sheen does not seem to appear on the track at all. And the trio can thank Hot Rod for recording an even worse rap reference to #winning.

That said, we recommend skipping this track and donating directly to the American Red Cross. Or if you’re too curious, we’re more fond of the fan-recorded live version in which the taper asks if Patterson is David Arquette.