Paul Oakenfold, Armin van Buuren and Paul van Dyk have collaborated on a new track, "Remember Love," in response to the tragedy at the German dance festival Love Parade in July.

Twenty-one people died and more than 500 were injured during a mass panic at the free event in the western city of Duisburg on July 24.

The three DJs have now united to remember the original spirit of the event and support the victims' family members and those injured.

The track, released under the name DJs United via Armada Music, will be sold from Sept. 11 on dance music download store Beatport for two weeks. All proceeds will be donated to the Association of Non-statutory Welfare in North Rhine-Westphalia Germany (LAG), which started an appeal to support the victims family-members and persons injured.

Paul Oakenfold, Armin van Buuren and Paul van Dyk have all played the event, which was first staged a few weeks before the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989.

"I think the Love Parade represents a big part of the essence of the dance movement," said Oakenfold, who wrote the track, in a statement. "It's a gathering for people from all over the world to come together to share their love for electronic music. I was watching television and a newsflash came up about the Love Parade. I really felt for the people that were there. I just thought we should do something to help them."

German DJ Paul van Dyk, who has been part of the Love Parade since the start, commented: "In its last years outside Berlin, the vibe of the Love Parade was a far cry from its original spirit. With 'Remember Love', we want to recapture the essence of the Love Parade and try to assist those who suffered by donating all proceeds to charity."

Love Parade organizers have canceled the event.