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Performances from some of Britain's greatest ever rock bands are to be incuded on a new charity DVD, including Radiohead's iconic Glastonbury 1997 set.
The 'Music Is GREAT' campaign aims to raise money for Save The Children and will release The Iconic Live Moments DVD on May 14th.
Included on the DVD are single performances from David Bowie, Queen, Adele, Radiohead, Muse, Blur, The Who, Pulp and Coldplay.
Jude Bridge of Save the Children says: "We are very proud to be partnering with Music is GREAT. For each copy sold, Save the Children will receive all net profits. That money will go towards funding our vital work both in the UK and internationally.
"I would encourage all music fans to buy this fantastic album which will help save children's lives and give them a chance to fulfil their potential."
The full running order of The Iconic Live Moments DVD is as follows,
1. David Bowie - 'Ziggy Stardust' live at Hammersmith Odeon, 1973
2. The Who - 'Won't Get Fooled Again' live at Shepperton Studios, 1978
3. Queen - 'Radio Gaga' live at Wembley Stadium, 1986
4. Orbital - 'Chime' live at Glastonbury Festival, 1994
5. Pulp - 'Common People' live at Glastonbury Festival, 1995
6. Spice Girls - 'Wannabe'/'Who Do You Think You Are?' live at BRIT Awards, 1997
7. Radiohead - 'Karma Police' live at Glastonbury Festival, 1997
8. Robbie Williams - 'Let Me Entertain You' live at Knebworth, 2003
9. Muse - 'Knights Of Cydonia' live at Wembley Stadium, 2007
10. George Michael - 'Faith' live at Earls Court, 2008
11. Blur - 'Tender' live at Glastonbury Festival, 2009
12. Adele - 'Someone Like You' live at BRIT Awards, 2011
13. Coldplay - 'Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall' live at Glastonbury Festival, 2011
14. Take That - 'The Flood' live at City of Manchester Stadium, 2011
Bonus track: Amy Winehouse 'Back to Black' live at iTunes Festival, 2007 (available on iTunes download only)
You can view a trailer for the VD below, now.
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