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Songs for a Cause

2 July 2010 3 Comments

Check out this great way to help out from One Days Wages

One Day’s Wages is incredibly pleased to announce our first compilation album: Songs for a Cause, Volume 1

In support and partnership with ODW and our movement to alleviate extreme global poverty, 21 amazing artists have donated their music to bring together a special compilation of 21 unique songs, including four never-before-released tracks. This unique album is available for download for one year from its release (June 29, 2010 – June 29, 2011).
Artists & Songs include:

1. All the Wine – Clare and the Reasons
2. Bless This Mess – David Bazan
3. Shoulder Full of You – Blitzen Trapper
4. Invisibrother – Polka Dot Dot Dot
5. Hi-Fi Goon – Throw Me the Statue
6. Skyscrapers – OK Go
7. Country of the Future – Mirah
8. Now! – Angelo Spencer
9. Bee of the Bird of the Moth – They Might Be Giants
10. Secrets – Headlights
11. Born in Spain – Sea Fever
12. Snowman in Tompkins Park – Mike Viola
13. The Jig is Up – The Tasteful Nudes
14. Crash Deconstructed – Eluvium
15. Woke Up This Morning – The Moondoggies
16. Don’t Give Up – LAKE
17. There There – Get Down Moses
18. Kingdom of Glass – Nick Drummond
19. Go From Here – Hiram Ring
20. Sunbeams and Some Beans – Kimya Dawson
21. Instrument (Live) – Rocky Votolato *

* Rocky Votolato is also donating 10% of the royalties of his new album, True Devotion to ODW. [read more]

Songs for a Cause is available for download now!

* $10 minimum donation
* Be generous and donate $21 ($1/song)
* Be generous and donate $42 ($2/song)
* Be generous and donate $100.

100% of your donations (minus credit card costs) go directly to projects to alleviate extreme global poverty.

* Once you make a donation, an email will be sent to you with a link to download the zip file for all the songs.

Learn more about how to become an artist for a cause, join our global street team, or start your own personal cause campaign.

Join us in our movement! Purchase the album, spread the word, and enjoy 21 fantastic tunes!

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