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Free Music for Change!

posted by High Voltage Staff | Monday, March 1, 2010 | 10:58 AM
Artists are banding together daily to produce a call to action for various efforts. The latest? Musicforaction.org! It's a site that provides free music in exchange for urging you to take action. Currently you can download a "Best of Bonnaroo" compilation (17 tracks!) for FREE. The site will only just encourage you to write your Senator, the President and local newspapers about climate change. Whether you do it or not, the music is still free. However, wouldn't you like to help make the world a better place at the same time?

Visit http://www.Musicforaction.org to download this killer playlist:

Wilco - Bull Black Nova
Pearl Jam - Animal
Jack Johnson - Inaudible Melodies
Dave Mathews Band - Rapunzel
Death Cab for Cutie - Cath...
Ani DiFranco - Fuel
Phish - Kill Devil Falls
Gov't Mule - Banks of the Deep End
O.A.R. - Delicate Few
moe. - Not Coming Down
Raphael Saadiq - 100 Yard Dash
Bob Weir & RatDog - Throwing Stones
The Disco Biscuits - And The Ladies Were the Rest of the Night
The Decemberists - The Wanting Comes in Waves/Repaid
My Morning Jacket - Oh! Sweet Nuthin'
Guster - Happier
Phil Lesh and Friends - Box of Rain

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