Beatles, Muse, U2, Linkin Park Featured On Philippines Benefit Album

(hennemusic) The Beatles, Muse, U2 and Linkin Park are among the artists featured on "Songs For The Philippines", a new album to help raise money for those affected by Super Typhoon Haiyan in The Philippines.

Music from The Beatles bookends the set, from opener "Across The Universe" to closer "Let It Be." Tracks from U2, Bob Dylan, Red Hot Chili Peppers and more are also included, many with a storm-related tune or inspirational message.

The project, a unique collection of 39 chart-topping hits and classic tracks, is now available worldwide on iTunes (iTunes.com/Philippines). All proceeds from "Songs For The Philippines" will be directed to the Philippine Red Cross. Check out the tracklist here.

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