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The charity album ‘Songs For Japan’ has raised over $5 million in the past month. The album is a collaboration between the world’s biggest record companies, including some of your favorite artist.
‘Songs For Japan’ has sold over 500,000 copies raising money for Japan’s earthquake and tsunami relief. The album features 38 hits from artist such as Lady Gaga, Eminem, Justin Beiber and Elton John.