Beastie Boys help the kids

Beastie Boys have donated one of their bonus tracks from The Mix-Up to a charity compilation CD that benefits The Art of Elysium, a non-profit organization that helps children who are battling serious medical conditions with music and art therapy.

The Give Listen Help two-CD set, compiled by Filter magazine, may be purchased at Urban Outfitters for $14. $12.88 of the cost goes directly to the charity, so you can feel good about buying this CD and helping the kids too.

Tracklist

Disc 1:

Beastie Boys: "The Mix-Up" (B-side)
Coldplay: "Pour Me" (Live at the Hollywood Bowl)
Band of Horses: "The End's Not Near"
Rilo Kiley: "Big Break"
Hot Hot Heat: "Money & Reputation"
The Stooges: "Claustrophobia"
Kaiser Chiefs: "Out of My Depth"
Travis: "Up the Junction"
The Go! Team: "Bull in the Heather"
The Decemberists: "Shankill Butchers"
Menomena: "Gay A"
Cold War Kids: "A Change Is Gonna Come" (Live)
The A-Sides: "Diamonds" (Live at WOXY.com)
Annie Stela: "White June"
Mew: "White Lips Kissed" (Live in Japan)
Two Sheds: "Psycho Killer"
Patti Smith: "Perfect Day"

Disc 2:

Silversun Pickups: "Lazy Eye" (Brian LeBarton Remix)
Blonde Redhead: "Signs Along the Path" (Maps Remix)
Interpol: "The Heinrich Maneuver" (The Scientist Dub Mix)
Air: "Mer du Japon" (Remix by the Teenagers)
Peter Bjorn & John: "Young Folks" (Punks Jump Up Remix)
The Wolfmen: "Jackie Says" (Alan Moulder Mix)
The Pipettes: "We Are the Pipettes" (Live from the Cherrytree House)
Carina Round: "January Heart" (Buffalo Bill Remix)
Low: "Hatchet" (Optimimi Version)
Mando Diao: "Good Morning Herr Horst" (RAC Remix)
Magnet: "Hold On" (Metronomy Mix)
The View: "Face for the Radio" (Live at Caird Hall)
The Maccabees: "XRay" (Filthy Dukes Remix)
Ladytron: "Soft Power" (Vicarious Bliss Gutter Mix)
Datarock: "Fa Fa Fa" (Riton New School Remix)
Fields: "Song for the Fields" (Eliot James Remix)

2 comments:

6:43 PM friis said...

is it out yet, or is this only in the us?
I'v tried mine, but no luck there.

7:34 PM Hot Sauce said...

I haven't been in an UO lately, so I can't say if it's available in U.S. stores yet. UO doesn't have any info about the album at its web site or blog.

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