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Wednesday, September 28, 2005

90,000 downloads Break World Records

Thanks to brand new songs from Radiohead and Coldplay, not to mention a barrage of other amazing artists, the latest charity CD release by the War Child organization has become the fastest selling download album of all time. Help: A Day In The Life was recorded and mastered in 24-hours and features one of the most incredible line ups in the history of recorded sound.

  1. Radiohead 'I Want None Of This'
  2. The Coral 'It Was Nothing'
  3. The Zutons 'Hello Conscience'
  4. Elbow 'Snowball'
  5. The Magic Numbers 'Gone Are the Days'
  6. Maximo Park 'Wasteland'
  7. The Go! Team 'Phantom Broadcast'
  8. Emmanuel Jal 'Gua'
  9. Keane and Faultline 'Goodbye Yellow Brick Road'
  10. Kaiser Chiefs 'I Heard It Through the Grapevine'
  11. Bloc Party 'The Present'
  12. Hard-Fi 'Help Me Please'
  13. Belle & Sebastian 'The Eighth Station of the Cross Kebab House'
  14. Tinariwen 'Cler Achel'
  15. George And Antony ft. Boy George 'Happy Xmas (War is Over)'
  16. Gorillaz 'Hong Kong'
  17. Babyshambles 'Bollywood To Battersea'
  18. Manic Street Preachers 'Leviathan'
  19. Razorlight 'Kirby's House'
  20. Damien Rice 'Crosseyed Bear'
  21. Mylo 'Mars Needs Women'
  22. Coldplay 'How You See The World (No. 2)'
The monies raised by Help: A Day in the Life will enable War Child to provide both material and psychological support and rehabilitation to children on the edge of conflict and post-conflict societies through innovative projects across the world.

And for those not so technologically minded, the album is now available as a physical CD through recoed label, Independiente.

For more information visit the War Child site by simply by clicking HERE.

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