In the Name of Love: Artists United for Africa
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|In the Name of Love: Artists United for Africa|
|Compilation album by Various artists|
|Released||January 27, 2004|
|Genre||Rock, contemporary Christian|
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In the Name of Love: Artists United for Africa is a benefit album, recorded by Christian bands, with a portion of the proceeds going to help cure the AIDS pandemic in Africa. All of the songs are covers of U2 songs.
- "Sunday Bloody Sunday" – Pillar
- "Beautiful Day" – Sanctus Real
- "40" – Starfield
- "Love Is Blindness" – Sixpence None the Richer
- "Gloria" – Audio Adrenaline
- "Grace" – Nichole Nordeman
- "All I Want Is You" – Jars of Clay
- "Mysterious Ways" – tobyMac & Sarah Kelly
- "Pride (In the Name of Love)" – Delirious?
- "One" – Tait
- "With or Without You" – GRITS & Jadyn Maria
- "When Love Comes to Town" – Todd Agnew
- "Where the Streets Have No Name" – Chris Tomlin
Awards and Nominations
In 2004, 'Beautiful Day' by Sanctus Real was nominated for a Dove Award for Modern Rock Song of the Year.
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