Stars line up for 'No Boundaries' Kosovo charity album...

Oasis,Pearl Jam, Alanis Morissette and Black Sabbath will all feature tracks on ‘No Boundaries’, a new album to release money for Kosovan refugees.

Released on June 14 by Epic, all profits will go towards Oxfam, CARE and Doctors Without Borders, charities active in war torn Kosovo.

The Oasis track is ‘Take Me Away’, originally one of the b-sides to ‘Supersonic’.

Pearl Jam contribute ‘Last Kiss’ is a cover of J Frank Wilson & The Cavaliers‘ 1964 hit, originally available as a fan-club only Christmas single, which was unearthed by Eddie Vedder in a sale at a Seattle shopping mall. ‘Soldier Of Love’ is a cover of an Arthur Alexander song recorded live.

The full tracklisting for the album is

Pearl Jam ‘Last Kiss’ Alanis Morrissette ‘Baba’ (live) Rage Against The Machine ‘Ghost Of Tom Joad’ Neil Young ‘War Of Man’ (live) Korn ‘Freak On A Leash’ (Butch Vig remix) Black Sabbath ‘Psychoman’ (Danny Sabre remix) Bush ‘Come Down’ (live) Ben Folds Five ‘Leather Jacket’ Oasis ‘Take Me Away’ Sarah McLachlan ‘Mary’ (live) Indigo Girls ‘Go’ (live) Wallflowers ‘Used To Be Lucky’ Jamiroquai ‘Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing’ Tori Amos ‘Merman’ Peter Gabriel ’14 Black Paintings’ Pearl Jam ‘Soldier Of Love’ (live)

Meanwhile, a Kosovo benefit show is being lined up for London Brixton Academy on June 19 and 20. So far the organisers have been unable to confirm any headliners.