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Gyllene Tider supports tsunami victims, indirectly

Written by daniel_alv on January 17, 2005 to .

EVA Records, the company behind the popular Nordic compilation series “Absolute Music”, will release an album called “Grammis 2005”. All the artists on the double-CD will donate their royalties and all the profits from the CD, except the VAT, will be donated to the Red Cross, Save the Children and other help organizations in order to help the victims of the tsunami in Asia.

  Gyllene Tider is one of the artists that have a song on the CD; “En sten vid en sjö i en skog”. The CD will be released January 21 and will cost 125 kronor (€14). EVA hopes that they will get 4 million kronor (€444,000) to give to the Red Cross before the Grammis awards February 7.

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That’s really good another thing to buy! ;)

It’s a good thing to take action in such things. Those need lots of money and help...

BTW, what does that mean “except the VAT”?

VAT = Value added tax

MTV (Nordic) News repeorted this. VJ said that The compilation Grammys 2005 will have contribution from... and Gyllene Tider.


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