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SOJA – Everything Changes (Remixes EP) released on February 5, 2013
Soja Everything Changes
As a benefit for Amensity International, SOJA has released a Remixes EP for Everything Changes, exclusively on iTunes via ATO Records. The EP includes 4 songs with a slew of guest appearances. Read what the group had to say about the Everything Changes EP, and stream the songs in real time!
The group made a public announcement, saying “We are excited to release the ‘Everything Changes’ EP today exclusively at iTunes. This EP is a benefit for Amnesty International in support of their efforts for pushing governments to develop stricter regulations on the international trade of weapons. Given recent current events, this is an initiative that really means a lot to us.”
The project features two singles fromStrength To Survive, ”Everything Changes,” and “Nothing Ever Changes” remixed with reggae stars from Argentina, Brazil, France and Germany, adding vocals in their various languages.
The group continued on to say “We thought it was appropriate to connect this benefit with these special versions of “Everything Changes” as each song on the EP features a different friend from across the globe: Marcelo Falcão of O Rappa (Brazil), Gentleman(Germany), Dread Mar I – Oficial (Argentina) and Balik ofdanakil (France). It is really great to see our message connecting in all corners of the world.”
Proceeds from the sale of the Everything Changes EP will benefit Amnesty International. This EP follows SOJA’s last release, the Mentality EP, consisting of several other Strength To Survive remixes.
You can pick up the EP on iTunes by clicking HERE
Everything Changes Remix EP Track List: 1.) Everything Changes (feat. Balik of Danakil from France) 2.) Nothing Ever Changes (feat. Gentleman from Germany) 3.) Everything Changes (feat. Dread Mar I from Argentina) 4.) Everything Changes (feat. Falcão of O Rappa from Brazil)
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