A new compilation featuring a whole host of stars aims to raise money for the people of Western Sudan...
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Available from today, ‘Songs For Sudan’ aims to raise money for Oxfam’s appeal to help the people of Darfur, Western Sudan.
Also featured are [/a], [a][/a] and Badly, aka Damon Gough, said: “Men, women and children are still dying every day in Sudan. People like us might not have the power to stop the violence but at least we can try and help the people who are affected by it. Oxfam is already saving lives, the least we can do is help them to save more.”
All artists and royalties donating tracks are forgoing royalties, meaning that £5 from the £7.99 purchase price will go directly to the Oxfam Sudan appeal – enough to provide 15 people with clean drinking water.
In order to maximise the amount of money that going to the needy, the album is available as a download only from [url=]bignoisemusic.com
The tracklisting is:
The Futureheads – ‘Decent Days And Nights’
Ash – ‘Starcrossed’ (acoustic version)
REM – ‘The Lifting’ (live)
Primal Scream – ‘Come Together’ (BBG mix)
The Upper Room – ‘All Over This Town’
Roots Manuva – ‘Bashment Boogie’
Kasabian – ‘Clubfoot’ (Jagz Kooner remix edit)
Mr Scruff – ‘Shrimp’
Ty – ‘I Want 2’
Paddy Casey – ‘Promised Land’
Jet – ‘Cigarettes and Cola’
Tom Baxter – ‘All Comes True’
Kathryn Williams – ‘Ballad of Easy Rider’
Hope Of The States – ‘Static In The City’
Faithless – ‘Everything Will Be Alright Tomorrow’
David Gray – ‘Baltimore’ (live)
Four Tet – ‘Slow Jam’
Badly Drawn Boy – ‘Celebrate’
For more information on the catastrophe unfolding in Darfur, visit [url=]oxfam.org.uk/sudanemergency