March 4, 2010 16:39

Elbow, Goldfrapp covered on 'Big Swap Songs' album for Cadbury and Fairtrade Fortnight

Sway, Paolo Nutini and The Big Ghana Band also feature on the release

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Elbow, Girls Aloud and Goldfrapp are among the artists to have their songs covered on the Cadbury Dairy Milk Big Swap album in celebration of Fairtrade Fortnight.

The eight-track album is available to download for free from, and sees The Big Ghana Band covering tracks including 'One Day Like This' by Elbow and 'Sound of the Underground' by Girls Aloud.

Paolo Nutini joins the band for a re-recording of his own track 'Pencil Full Of Lead', while Sway and Tinny are also on the album, remixing Paul Epworth's track 'Zingolo', which was originally released in September 2009 to celebrate Cadbury Dairy Milk becoming Fairtrade certified.

Head to to download the album.

Fairtrade Fortnight 2010 takes place from February 22 to March 7.

The tracklisting for the Cadbury Dairy Milk Big Swap album is:

Paolo Nutini Feat. The Big Ghana Band - 'Pencil Full Of Lead'
The Big Ghana Band - 'Sound Of The Underground'
The Big Ghana Band - 'You Spin Me Round'
The Big Ghana Band - 'Ooh La La'
The Big Ghana Band - 'Unbelievable'
The Big Ghana Band - 'One Day Like This'
Tinny - 'Zingolo'
Sway - 'Zingolo' (remix)

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