July's worldwide Live Earth concerts will be encapsulated as a 1-CD/2-DVD package due Nov. 20 via Warner Bros.

July's worldwide Live Earth concerts will be encapsulated as a 1-CD/2-DVD package due Nov. 20 via Warner Bros.

"Live Earth: The Concerts for a Climate in Crisis" includes performances by Madonna, Foo Fighters, Kelly Clarkson, Keith Urban, Beastie Boys and Rihanna, among many others. The first single from the release will be Linkin Park's "Bleed It Out," which was performed at Maduhari Messe in Japan.

The digital version of the album will be available Nov. 6, and John Mayer's version of "Waiting on the World To Change" will serve as an exclusive track for those who pre-order from iTunes.

The event, organized by Al Gore and Kevin Wall, brought together more than 150 artists in New York, London, Sydney, Tokyo, Shanghai, Rio de Janiro, Johannesburg, and Hamburg to raise awareness for the climate crisis. An estimated 2 billion people tuned in to the live broadcast.

Proceeds from the CD/DVD will benefit the Alliance for Climate Protection, which works to persuade the public of the urgency of developing solutions for the climate crisis.

Here is the track list for "Live Earth":

CD:
"Hey You," Madonna
"Times Like These," Foo Fighters
"Driven To Tears," the Police
"Gravity," John Mayer
"Another Brick In The Wall Part II," Roger Waters
"Bleed It Out," Linkin Park
"Bedshaped," Keane
"Wanted Dead Or Alive," Bon Jovi
"Wisemen," James Blunt
"Black Hole Sun," Chris Cornell
"Are You Gonna Go My Way," Lenny Kravitz
"Intergalactic," Beastie Boys
"Suddenly I See," KT Tunstall
"Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)," Corinne Bailey Rae & John Legend
"Que Sera, Sera," Damien Rice & David Gray

DVD 1:
"Live Earth: London Opening," SOS Allstars
"Invisible Touch," Genesis
"Shut Your Eyes," Snow Patrol
"Que Sera, Sera," Damien Rice & David Gray
"Suddenly I See," KT Tunstall
"My Blue Heaven," Taking Back Sunday
"What A Wonderful World," Paolo Nutini
"Where Is The Love," Black Eyed Peas
"Planet Earth," Duran Duran
"Miss Murder," AFI
"Gravity," John Mayer
"Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)," Corinne Bailey Rae & John Legend
"Bedshaped," Keane
"Sad But True," Metallica
"I Need To Wake Up," Melissa Etheridge
"Too Much," Dave Matthews Band
"Sober," Kelly Clarkson
"Tumba," Angelique Kidjo
"Right To Be Wrong," Joss Stone
"Wisemen," James Blunt
"Intergalactic," Beastie Boys

DVD 2:
"Gimme Shelter," Keith Urban & Alicia Keys
"Bailamos," Enrique Iglesias
"Steer," Missy Higgins
"Woman," Wolfmother
"Black Hole Sun," Chris Cornell
"Wanted Dead Or Alive," Bon Jovi
"Are You Gonna Go My Way," Lenny Kravitz
"United States," Smashing Pumpkins
"Another Brick In The Wall Part II," Roger Waters
"Driven To Tears," the Police
"Better Be Home Soon," Crowded House
"Umbrella," Rihanna
"Bleed It Out," Linkin Park
"Times Like These," Foo Fighters
"La Isla Bonita," Madonna featuring Gogol Bordello

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