The Rapture, Cat Power, YYYs, Snowden and more on new breast cancer charity album
A handful of DiS's favourite acts - including Yeah Yeah Yeahs (pictured), Junior Boys and Snowden, who played a DiS gig last night - appear on a new album raising money for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
The 14-track album, compiled by the Urban Outfitters chain and Filter Magazine, is available from this website for a mere $9.99. Yes, that's American money! Of the asking price, $8.99 goes to the aforementioned charity, which aims to provide support to the 200,000-plus American women diagnosed with breast cancer every year.
The album's limited to 10,000 copies, and the tracklisting looks like this...
Feist - 'Inside and Out' (The Audience Honey remix)
Thom Yorke - 'Harrowdown Hill'
The Rapture - 'Get Myself Into It' (Prince Language Disco mix)
Cat Power - 'Hurt' (live on KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic)
Wolfmother - 'Dimension' (live at Big Day Out)
Franz Ferdinand - 'Eleanor Put Your Boots On' (single version)
Yeah Yeah Yeahs - 'Cheated Hearts' (Peaches remix)
Kaiser Chiefs - 'Sink That Ship'
The Walkmen - 'Another One Goes By' (live)
Chris Walla - 'Radio'
Junior Boys - 'So Sleep'
Snowden - 'Anti-Anti' (Jordan Stutter Remix)
Favourite Sons - 'Things That We Do To Each Other' (live on Indie 103.1's Dead Air)
Dustin O'Halloran - 'Opus 23'