NME in Association with War Child Presents 1 Love

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NME in Association with War Child Presents 1 Love
Nme and War Child 1Love album cover.jpg
Compilation album by
various artists
Released14 October 2002
GenrePop, rock
LabelB-Unique B00006RYKX
War Child charity albums chronology
The Help Album
NME in Association with War Child Presents 1 Love

NME in Association with War Child Presents 1 Love is a charity album by various artists.[1] New Musical Express (better known as NME) is a popular music magazine in the United Kingdom which has been published weekly since March 1952.[2] War Child is a charitable organization that works with children affected by war in Iraq, Afghanistan, Democratic Republic of Congo and Uganda. War Child works with children who have been hit hardest by the joint forces of poverty, conflict, and social exclusion.[3]

Other War Child albums include The Help Album (1995), Help!: A Day in the Life (2005), and War Child Presents Heroes (2009).

Track listing[edit]

  1. "All or Nothing" (originally by the Small Faces) - Starsailor
  2. "The Power of Love" (originally by Frankie Goes To Hollywood) - Feeder
  3. "Killer" (originally by Adamski) - Sugababes
  4. "House of the Rising Sun" (traditional) - Muse
  5. "Nothing Compares 2 U" (originally by The Family) - Stereophonics
  6. "Dub Be Good to Me" (originally by Beats International) - Faithless and Dido
  7. "Merry Xmas Everybody" (originally by Slade) - Oasis
  8. "Something in the Air" (originally by Thunderclap Newman) - Elbow
  9. "Back to Life (However Do You Want Me)" (originally by Soul II Soul) - The Reelists featuring Ms. Dynamite
  10. "Out of Time" (originally by the Rolling Stones) - Manic Street Preachers
  11. "Come On Eileen" (originally by Dexys Midnight Runners) - Badly Drawn Boy with Jools Holland and his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra
  12. "Ghost Town" (originally by The Specials) - The Prodigy
  13. "Firestarter" (originally by The Prodigy) - Jimmy Eat World
  14. "Pretty Flamingo" (originally by Manfred Mann) - Darius
  15. "Dreams" (originally by Gabrielle) - More Fire Crew featuring Gabrielle
  16. "Back for Good" (originally by Take That) - McAlmont & Butler

External links[edit]


  1. ^ Gill, Andy (11 October 2002). "War Child - Reviews - Music". London: independent.co.uk. Retrieved 5 April 2009.
  2. ^ "History of the NME". microsites.nme.com. Retrieved 5 April 2009.
  3. ^ "War Child - About Us". www.warchild.org.uk. Retrieved 5 April 2009.