The 9.0 magnitude earthquake and tsunami that rattled Japan on March 11 has spawned many donation efforts around the world. This week, a new type of donation became available that might help raise even more money for the severely damaged country.
PR Newswire reports that a digital music compilation is available through iTunes starting today in an effort to raise money for Japan. The digital album, "Songs for Japan," features hit songs by star-studded musicians and is available for $9.99. All of the money raised will go to help the Japanese Red Cross Society. The album compiles songs from hit artists such as Rihanna, Sade, U2, Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga.
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