Coldplay’s Fix You EP to benefit Hurricane Katrina victims, exclusively on Apple iTunes Music Store

Coldplay, Capitol Records and Apple today released Fix You, a digital EP that includes two songs previously unreleased in the US — “Pour Me” and “The World Turned Upside Down” — in addition to two versions of “Fix You,” the band’s new single from the double Platinum album X&Y. The EP is available exclusively on the iTunes Music Store in the US.

Coldplay, BMG Publishing, Capitol Records/EMI and Apple will donate 100 percent of their share of the proceeds of all US sales of this digital EP to the American Red Cross Hurricane 2005 Relief and the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences’ MusiCares Hurricane Relief Fund. The Fix You EP was planned for digital release in the US next week and in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, Coldplay, Capitol and Apple moved up the release date. The digital EP costs $2.99 and includes:
— “Fix You” (album version)
— “Pour Me” (recorded live at the Hollywood Bowl in 2003)
— “The World Turned Upside Down” (from the X&Y studio sessions)
— “Fix You” (recorded live this summer in Arnhem, Holland)

More info at Apple’s iTunes Music Store here.

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  1. I just hope that people start diversifying thier contributions. The Red Cross is a fantastic organization for providing emergency relief, but they have nothing to do with reconstruction. Multiple cities are going to have to be rebuilt from the ground up and that is going to be a tremendous undertaking.
    Please don’t forget to support the entire process, not just the initial needs!

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