Band's List Metal Compilations Unite for Relief - a Hardcore Benefit for Japan. DISC 1. 1. NEXT STEP UP - Bringing Back the Glory. 2. DARKSIDE NYC - Drink to Have a Good Time. 4. CRUEL HAND - Still. 5. FOR THE GLORY - All the Same. 6. CREEPOUT - Say It Loud. 7. 13 STEPS - Torture.
Songs for Japan is a charity compilation album created to benefit relief efforts for the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami. Royalties for the songs featured on the album were waived so that all proceeds may be donated to the Japanese Red Cross Society.
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All artist and label proceeds are being donated to the Red Cross for their disaster relief efforts.
Sweet Relief: A Benefit . .has been added to your Cart. This album is for Victoria Williams not a commercial production for profit and you get alot for the money. One person found this helpful. Sweet Relief is proof that the best of intentions don't necessarily guarantee a great CD. The first and foremost goal of this CD was to raise money for musician for Victoria Williams, who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and had no medical insurance. The CD's songs are written by Williams and covered by some of the hottest "alternative" bands of the 90s.
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The shear breadth and diversity of artists gathered for this benefit project, Sweet Relief: A Benefit for Victoria Williams, is a tribute to the affection Victoria Williams' peers had for her. It conveniently also makes for heady listening for any fan of contemporary music. The hard, brittle edges of Soul Asylum ("Summer of Drugs") and Buffalo Tom ("Merry Go Round") stand shoulder to shoulder with the country-folk of Lucinda Williams ("Main Road") and Maria McKee (an inspired and riveting "Opelousas (Sweet Relief)")
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|1-1||–Next Step Up||Bringing Back The Glory|
|1-2||–Darkside NYC||Drink To Have A Good Time|
|1-5||–For The Glory||All The Same|
|1-6||–Creepout||Say It Loud|
|1-8||–No Second Chance||Greed|
|1-11||–Bet The Devil||Funeral Pyre|
|1-12||–World Eater||Don't Lose Sight|
|1-13||–Born From Pain||The New Future|
|1-14||–Burning Sign||On The Line|
|1-15||–State Of Mind||The Quest|
|1-17||–Wisdom In Chains||Chasing The Dragon|
|1-18||–Doggy Hoods||The Age Of Beef|
|2-3||–Numb||A Tell A Lie Vision|
|2-4||–No Turning Back||In Your Maze|
|2-5||–Edge Of Spirit||W.A.R.|
|2-9||–Fight It Out||Who The Fuck Are You|
|2-10||–Sicker Than Most||Who The Fuck Are You|
|2-11||–Slang||Human Error (R.I.P. Phil)|
|2-12||–Look My Way||Tension Building|
|2-13||–Guerrilla Crowz||In The Cage|
|2-14||–Trapped Under Ice||True Love|
|2-15||–Embraced By Hatred||Method Of Groove 2012|
|2-16||–No Second Chance||Heartfelt Disguise|
|2-17||–Break Of Chain||Go Forward|