Justin Bieber, Katy Perry and More Lend Their 'Songs For Japan'

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Justin Bieber, Katy Perry and Lady Gaga are just three of the 38 artists who have contributed tracks to the new 'Songs For Japan' compilation, which was released on Friday. All proceeds from the sale of the album will go to the Japanese Red Cross.

The record features new, empowering songs like 'Pray,' 'Born This Way' and 'Firework,' as well as older inspirational tunes, such as John Lennon's 'Imagine' and U2's 'Walk On.' It is currently available as a digital release, but will also be made into a double-disc CD for purchase next month.
Thanks to the joint efforts of the four major labels -- Sony Entertainment Music, EMI Music and Universal Music Group and Warner Music Group -- the digital version of 'Songs For Japan' was released within days of its announcement. Way to go, guys.

For $9.99, you'll not only be making a donation to help the people of Japan, but you'll also get 38 amazing songs for your contribution. Just so you know, it would cost you $37.62 to download each track individually.

Want to do a good thing and get a ton of music for your money? Score your copy of 'Songs For Japan' on iTunes now.

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