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PETA’s Playlist

Written by PETA | January 22, 2010

We love Top 40 radio as much as anyone, but there are times when hearing the same songs every hour on the hour wears us out (sorry, Gaga, you know we love you). So what’s currently rockin’ our turntable? 100th Monkey Records’ Compassionism CD, which mingles music of all kinds—from folk and bluegrass to indie rock and pop. Among the 15 tracks are songs from the silky-voiced songbird Sia, folk-fusionists The Waifs, and jam band trailblazers The John Butler Trio. And as a bonus, listening to these songs—instead of FM 100-point-whatever on your radio—helps save animals. One hundred percent of the album’s proceeds go to PETA.


Looking for some more humane tunes? Check out the debut EP The Uprising from punk rockers Nations Afire.

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  • Nessa says:

    these artists are wonderful examples! go on guys!

  • Rev. Meg Schramm says:

    That’s great but how about a country album?

  • Brien Comerford says:

    The PretendersHold A Candle To This. Paul MccartneyLooking For Changes. The SmithsMeat Is Murder BostonCorporate America Downers Revenge Jeff Beck Skin Thieves Howard JonesDon’t Be Part Of It. Howard JonesAssault And Battery Richard X HeymanMonica

  • vegancoin says:

    most excellent i must say. methinks that is a very good thing. yeah i always go crazy when listening to the stones and as much as i do like their music or some other “white elephant” pop rock band knowing that they aren’t vegan really ruins it for me. support meat free monday.

  • Shelly says:

    Wow this is awesome! It’s so nice to know that artists donate their talent to make a difference in the world. I’m buying one just because of that and what a bonus if it turns out to be rad.