No Boundaries: A Benefit For The Kosovar Refugees is a benefit album released on June 15, 1999 by Epic Records featuring a handful of various artists to help raise money for Kosovars sent by aeroplane to Australia during the Kosovo War. Three organizations received $1 million from Epic as well as future revenues from the album. Those organizations Médecins Sans Frontières, OXFAM, and Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere.
1. “Mary” (live)
2. “Go” Indigo Girls (live)
3. “Used to Be Lucky” The Wallflowers (From the Japanese version of Bringing Down the Horse)
4. “Wolf in Sheeps Clothing” Jamiroquai (B-side to British “Canned Heat” single)
5. “Merman” Tori Amos (unreleased studio track)
6. “Fourteen Black Paintings” Peter Gabriel (from his album “Us”)
7. “She Is Suffering” Manic Street Preachers (US remix) (Us Remix)
8. “Hes Gone” Suede (demo version)
9. “Soldier of Love (Lay Down Your Arms)” Pearl Jam (B-Side of their 1998 Fan Club Christmas Single)
it’s hard to criticize a project with intentions as noble as No Boundaries: Benefit for Kosovar Refugees. After all, only the hardest of hearts would not pleased by the fact that the proceeds are being donated to UNICEF, CARE, and the UN Kosovar Relief Fund, with the intention of helping Kosovar refugees. No Boundaries is a collection of unreleased cuts, B-sides, album tracks, and live cuts. Typically, benefit albums like this are supposed to be rarities compilations, since that entices hardcore fans to fatten their collections.
No: Title: Artist: Length:
1. Mary (Live) Sarah McLachlan 04:02
2. Go 03:56
3. Used To Be Lucky 06:35
4. Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing Jamiroquai 04:00
5. Merman Tori Amos 03:52
6. Fourteen Black Paintings Peter Gabriel 04:51
7. She Is Suffering Manic Street Preachers 04:55
8. He’s Gone Suede 05:27
9. Soldier Of Love Pearl Jam 02:54
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