Linkin Park, Pendulum, Plain White T's for Japan charity album

'Download To Donate' collection is supporting Save The Children

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Linkin Park, Pendulum, Plain White T's, Angels And Airwaves, Enrique Iglesias and more have teamed up with Save The Children for a charity album.

The 'Download To Donate' record currently features 14 tracks from different artists, with 100 per cent of net profits benefitting the charity, which is helping people affected by the recent devastation in Japan.

Fans can download the album from Japan.downloadtodonate.org.

Linkin Park's Mike Shinoda has also designed a T-shirt to raise funds for the tsunami relief. For more details see Linkinpark.com.

The current tracklisting of the 'Download To Donate' album, which may be expanded, is:

The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus - '21 And Up'
Angels & Airwaves - 'Hallucinations'
B'z - 'Home'
Hoobastank - 'Running Away' (acoustic)
Sara Bareilles - 'Song For A Solider'
Flyleaf - 'How He Loves' (live)
Staind - 'Right Here' (live)
Slash featuring Myles Kennedy - 'Starlight' (live)
Counting Crows - 'Colorblind' (live)
Plain White T's - 'Rhythm Of Love' (love)
Elliott Yamin - 'Self Control'
Pendulum - 'Witchcraft' (live)
Enrique Iglesias - 'Addicted' (remix)
Linkin Park - 'Issho Ni'

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