March 2003
Music Week;3/29/2003, Issue 12, p1
Trade Publication
Reports that five additional musical artists are donating their tracks to WEA London's record 'Hope,' an album for war relief to Iraq. Names of the artists; Title of songs that artists are contributing to the album; Other artists featured in the album.


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