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Help Haiti: Get music!

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Music can be a great healer...and musicians are doing their part to help victims of the catastrophic earthquake in Haiti. We've got a whole list of ways you can help, including benefit concerts and more.

Another cool way to get involved: donate to Haiti relief, and you can download a compilation album that features unreleased music from Peter Gabriel, the Dave Matthews Band, Alanis Morissette and more. Money goes to organizations including the United Nations and Habitat for Humanity. Click here to find out more about Music For Relief. Also, Paste Magazine is giving you access to cool unreleased music if you donate. Their project is called Songs for Haiti, and artists including the Indigo Girls, the Jayhawks, the Decemberists, and the Avett Brothers are making mp3's available for you to download for a donation to Haiti relief. In this case, organizations benefitting will include Doctors Without Borders, the Red Cross, and Wyclef Jean's Yele Fund. Click here for more about Songs for Haiti.


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