GREENPEACE Friends Of The Rainbow Warrior
CD, 2005

Herstellungsland Australien
Zeit 68:19
EAN-Nr. 9332727005190
Label/Labelcode nicht vorhanden
Plattenfirma/Katalog-Nr. Inertia / GPAPCD1
Musikrichtung Rock
Sammlungen Gesucht Flohmarkt
0 (1 privat) 0 0


I = Instrumental L = Live B = Bonustrack H = Hidden Track C = Coversong
Track Künstler/Band Titel Zeit Besonderheit
1. Jet Move On 4:19
2. Little Birdy Beautiful To Me 3:33
3. The Vines Rainfall 3:27
4. Ben Lee No Right Angles 3:38
5. John Butler Trio Company Sin 4:42
6. Salmonella Dub Longtime 4:28
7. Amiel Missing The Music 4:16
8. Deep Child What's Going Wrong? [as Deepchild feat. Andy B] 4:13
9. The Herd Superweed 4:06
10. Missy Higgins Dancing Dirt Into The Snow 3:28
11. Pete Murray Freedom 3:21
12. Holly Throsby Waiting All Night Foryou To Come Home [as Holly Trosby] 4:20
13. george Surrender [as George] 5:40
14. FourPlay String Quartet Languid, Yet... [as Fourplay] 5:34
15. Kirsten Morelle, Che-Fu, Anika Moa, Milan Borich, Adeaze, Hinewehi Mohi, David Atai, Donald McNulty Anchor Me [as Greenpeace] 4:44 B C
16. Michael Franti & Spearhead Bom The World 4:30 B


GREENPEACE - Greenpeace Australia Pacific | Inertia // Distributed and manufactured exclusively in Australia by Inertia Distribution PTY LTD

08 - (p)&(c) 2005 Future Classic
- EP 'Deepchild ‎– What's Going Wrong? / Soul Trader EP' released 2005 Future Classic ‎/ FC1201
- album DeepChild ‎– What's Going Wrong?' released 2003 Hive / HIVECD814

15 - (p)&(c) Greenpeace NZ
- July 10, 2005 marks the twentieth anniversary of the bombing of The Rainbow Warrior in Auckland and in recognition a remarkable recording of The Muttonbirds' 'Anchor Me' has been released, with proceeds to Greenpeace.
To mark the anniversary of the bombing of the Rainbow Warrior a group of New Zealand's top musicians have banded together to record a version of Don McGlashan's song 'Anchor Me'.
The recording features vocals from Goldenhorse's Kirsten Morelle, Che Fu, Anika Moa, Pluto's Milan Borich, Adeaze, Hinewehi Mohi and Nesian Mystik's David Atai & Donald McNulty.