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Songs for the Cure '09

Catalog Number JWMUSIC.ORG RFL09
Release Date Apr 26, 2009
Publish Format Commercial
Release Price 25.00 USD
Media Format CD
Classification Remix, Original Work
Published by jwmusic.org / /
Composed by David Saulesco, Jimmy Hinson, Vincent Parrish, Barry van Oudtshoorn, Alec Holowka, Kyle Gabler, Zen Albatross, Mustin, 5 of 6, Josh Whelchel, Inez S. deDeugd-McComas, Jay Tholen, Don't Eat Sky, Warrior Bob, Jussi Nieminen, J.W. Hendricks, FFMusic Dj
Arranged by
Performed by Karen Kosowski, Samantha Durrie Day, Kelly Hardie, Shane Lu, Piteå College of Music Chamber Choir, Josh Goldman, Carrie Magin

Tracklist

Disc 1

01 Fiat Lux (feat. Piteå College of Music Chamber Choir) 2:56
02 Left Behind 3:31
03 Far Beyond Eyes 6:03
04 Rest Easy 3:40
05 I Wouldn't Last a Day 2:32
06 Love Theme 2:03
07 April 10th 3:19
08 I Got Soul (feat. Anthony Lofton) 3:15
09 Jigsaw Pieces 2:30
10 Medley of Melodies (feat. Gabler, Holowka, Saulesco, Uematsu, Whelchel) 5:58
11 There Once was an Angry Sperm Whale… 2:34
12 In Aquaria ex Morte 2:49
13 20 Years (feat. Kelly Hardie) 3:43
14 Destroying Kobaia 2:15
15 Pears (feat. mob01d) 2:59
16 No Reason Not to Fly 4:25
17 Rockin' Knights 4:02
18 Reminiscing 2:04
19 Passion (FFMusic DJ Bootleg Mix) 10:05
20 You've Given Me 2:36
21 Bonesaw Overdrive 5:24
Disc length 78:43

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Game
Products represented
Bonesaw: The Game
The Spirit Engine 2
World of Goo
Aquaria / /
Animal Crossing (Animal Forest)
Final Fantasy VII / /
Final Fantasy V / /
Eternal Daughter

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Notes

This album is a collaboration between several 'independent' musicians.  Albums were released to anyone who donated to the American Cancer Society on our behalf a value of $10 or more (physical copies went for $25).  Some songs are original works, and others are arrangements of music from video games.