Warchild ‘Help: A Day In The Life’ album available now
Added on 10th September 2005

The new Warchild album, ‘Help: A Day In The Life’ is available for download now at www.warchildmusic.com. Along with Belle & Sebastian’s contribution ‘The Eighth Station Of The Cross Kebab House’, the album features specially recorded exclusive tracks by artists such as Antony & The Johnsons, The Magic Numbers, Razorlight, The Go-Team and Radiohead.
Each tracks costs 99 pence per download and the album itself will be released on CD on Monday 26th September.  All the money raised by the record will be used by War Child to provide both material and psychological support and rehabilitation to children on the edge of conflict and post-conflict societies.

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