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The Rolling Stones, Bon Jovi and Sir Paul McCartney all feature on an album of the 12.12.12 concert. Performances from the event, held in New York last week, have been collected on a record - released digitally earlier this week - which will raise money for people in the Caribbean and Us who were affected by Hurricane Sandy in October. The album is available on iTunes through Columbia Records, with a physical release to follow next month. The Robin Hood Relief Fund for hurricane relief will receive at least $6.50 from every sale. Performances include Roger Waters featuring Eddie Vedder, Eric Clapton, Alicia Keys, The Who, Billy Joel, Chris Martin with Michael Stipe, and Sir Paul. Before his performance of 'My City of Ruins', Bruce Springsteen - a native of New Jersey, which was badly damaged by the storm - told the crowd: ''This was a song I wrote for my adopted home town, »

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