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LCD Soundsystem, Vampire Weekend, Phoenix for oil spill charity album

'Gasoline Rainbows' will be released on November 30

Pieter M Van Hattem
Pic: Pieter M Van Hattem
LCD Soundsystem, Vampire Weekend and Phoenix are among the acts who will appear on a new charity album to aid those affected by the oil spill on the Gulf Coast.

'Gasoline Rainbows' is released on November 30 through iTunes and also features the likes of The National, Surfer Blood and Damien Rice, who has contributed a new song 'The Connoisseur Of Great Excuse'.

All profits will go to support Global Green USA and their efforts to restore the Gulf Coast and prevent future environmental catastrophes following this year's oil spill, reports PlugInMusic.com.

The tracklisting for 'Gasoline Rainbows' is as follows:

'Gasoline Rainbows' (Amy Kuney)
'Armistice' (Phoenix)
'40 Day Dream' (Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros)
'There's No Secret's This Year' (Silversun Pickups)
'At The Birds Foot' (City And Colour)
'The Connoisseur Of Great Excuse' (Damien Rice)
'Bloodbuzz Ohio' (The National)
'Tighten Up' (The Black Keys)
'Let The Time Roll By' (Onward, Soldiers)
'Moth's Wings' (Passion Pit)
'Floating Vibes' (Surfer Blood)
'Mama Taught Me Better' (Black Rebel Motorcycle Club)
'I Can Change' (LCD Soundsystem)
'Cousins' (Vampire Weekend)

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