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Under the Bridge and more hit charity record
Rhythms Del Mundo, as the record is called, will involve contributions from the likes of music instrument playing band Coldplay, REM and Plan B, too, and will be helping Artists Project Earth, a charity.
It seems that songs will be given an African mix twist on the record.
Coldplay are well known to have been behind song like last year's number one Paradise, as well as Clocks, Yellow and Fix You.
Beyonce's songs include Irreplaceable, Halo and Broken Hearted Girl, she was famously a member of the girl group Destiny's Child.
Meanwhile, Red Hot Chilli Peppers' track Under the bridge was famously covered by the girl band All Saints back in the 1990s, and was released as a double A side single, cut with Lady Marmalade.
Published by AW.Posted on 6 Jul 2012 13:04 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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