Widespread Panic featured on "Save Darfur" CD

“Instant Karma: The Campaign to Save Darfur,” the new global “Make Some Noise” project from Amnesty International, seeks to mobilize millions around the urgent catastrophe in Darfur, Sudan. It combines the power of John Lennon’s music recorded by some of the world’s best-known artists, together with cutting-edge forms of instant activism enabled by Internet and mobile technologies.

More than 50 musical artists have joined this international effort that combines John Lennon music, technology, and human rights activism. The CD, “Instant Karma: The Campaign to Save Darfur,” will be released by Warner Brothers Records and arrive in stores the week of June 12th.

Artists included on the CD are:

Aerosmoth featuring The Refugee All Stars “Give Peace a Chance”

Ben Harper “Beautiful Boy”

Ben Jelen “Woman”

Big n Rich “Nobody Told Me”

The Black Eyed Peas “Power To the People”

Christina Aguilera “Mother”

The Deftones “Jealous Guy”

Fab Faux “I Dont Wanna Face It”

Flaming Lips “Starting Over”

Green Day “Working Class Hero”

Jack Johnson “Imagine”

Jacks Mannequin featuring Mick Fleetwood “God”

Jakob Dylan “Gimme Some Truth”

Lenny Kravits “Cold Turkey”

Los Lonely Boys “Whatever Gets You Through the Night”

Matisyahu “Whatching the Wheels”

Maroon 5 “Happy Xmas (War is Over)”

Meshell Ndegeocello “Imagine”

OAR “borrowed time”

Postal Service “Grow old With Me”

Regiba Spektor “Real Love”

REM “No 9 Dream”

Trevor Menear “John Sinclair”

Widespread Panic “Crippled Inside”

Willie Nelson “Imagine”

Yellowcard “Oh My Love”

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