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Audiodraft - Relief Songs For Japan

Foreword

March 18th 2011 we launched a campaign that encouraged artists to write their best relief songs for Japan. Five best tracks would be released on a compilation album that will be released on iTunes, Amazon etc. In two weeks we received 54 amazing songs that really surpassed all our expectations.

We couldn’t pick just five songs, we had to pick more. Narrowing our list of favorites to ten tracks was a really tough task. We asked our community to help us by asking them to vote their favorite tracks in a poll and by liking them on Facebook. With this advice and hours of listening, we selected the ten tracks for the release.

Now we proudly present the album Relief Songs For Japan that is all about heartwarming and good tracks. It is a showcase of the talent of the Audiodraft community and delivers solid tracks from melancholic pop rock to sophisticated electronica and classical music. All incomes from the album sales are donated to the Japan Aid of Finnish Red Cross.

Best regards,
Audiodraft Team

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Album credits

Monica Blaire - Heal
Written by: Monica Blair, Andrius Mamontovas
Visit Monica Blair web site

ADHMusic & Holly - The Missing
Written by: Andrew Higgins
Visit ADHMusic web site

Roeland Struijk - An Obstruction (Piano Improvisation)
Written by: Roeland Struijk
View Roeland Struijk videos on Youtube

Sarah Fimm - Crumbs And Broken Shells (Alt Mix)
Written by: Sarah Fimm
Visit Sarah Fimm web site

Animatik - Blank Coast
Written by: Animatik

julex - Japanese Heart
Written by: Francisco Jesús Moñino Gómez
Listen to julex on SoundCloud

Yukibon - Pray For Japan
Written by: The Victims
Listen to Yukibon on SoundCloud

Patchers - Make The World Listen
Written by: Patchers
Listen to Patchers on MySpace

Mihai Sorohan - Hope To See You Again
Written by: Mihai Sorohan
Visit Mihai Sorohan web site

Posthouse Tuomi - Refugees
Written by: Tuomas Pitkänen & Mika Hamed
Visit Posthouse Tuomi web site