Thursday, April 14, 2011

Songs for Japan

Eminem, REM, U2, Bob Dylan, Katy Perry, Foo Fighters, Elton John, Black Eyed Peas are among the thirty-eight artists who have participated in "Songs For Japan". To help the victims of the terrible earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan last March, over thirty of the greatest names in contemporary music have joined forces for the worldwide release of an extraordinary compilation contains 38 hits and classics.

The double CD is available digitally and in record stores. Proceeds from the sales will go to fund the relief provided by the Japanese Red Cross. This is the tracklist: CD 1:1. John Lennon - Imagine2. U2 - Walk ON3. Bob Dylan - Shelter From The Storm4. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Around The World5.

Lady Gaga - Born This Way6. Beyonce - Irreplaceable7. Bruno Mars - Talking To The Moon8. Katy Perry - Firework9. Rihanna Only Girl (In The World) 10. Justin Timberlake - Like I Love You11. Madonna - Miles Away12. David Guetta - When Love Takes Over13. Eminem - The Way You Love Lie14. Bruce Springsteen - Human Touch15.

Josh Groban - Awake16. Keith Urban - Better Life17. Black Eyed Peas - One Tribe18. Pink - Sober19. Cee Lo - It's Ok CD 220. Lady Antebellum - I Run To You21. Bon Jovi - What Do You Got22. Foo Fighters - My Hero23. REM - Man On The Moon24. Nicki Minaj - Save ME25. Sade - By Your Side26. Michael Buble - Hold On27.

Justin Bieber - Pray28. Adele - Make You Feel My Love29. Enya - If I Could Be Where You Are30. Elton John - Do not Let The Sun Go Down On Me31. John Mayer - Waiting On The World To Change32. Queen - Teo Torre (Let Us Cling Together) 33. Kings Of Leon - Use Somebody34. Sting - Fragile35.

Leona Lewis - Better In Time36. Ne-Yo - One In A Million37. Shakira - Whenever Wherever38. Norah - Jones Sunrise The MTV network has taken the initiative to sensitize the youth towards the tragedy that hacolpito Japan, for supporting the Japanese Red Cross. Make your donation on the official website www.


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