If you couldn't drum up the scratch to make it to this summer's Woodstock '99 (or if excessive doses of heat, beer, and acid have eroded your memory of it) you can soon relive the ill-fated festival with the help of a two-CD set featuring cuts from Korn, Limp Bizkit, Jewel, and others.The CD, dubbed simply "Woodstock '99," will hit stores on October 19, bringing with it live tracks from 32 of the artists who took the stage that weekend in Rome, New York. Metallica, Rage Against The Machine, DMX, Dave Matthews Band, Alanis Morissette, and Sheryl Crow are also among the heavyweights on the collection, which also includes the version of Jimi Hendrix's "Fire" that the Red Hot Chili Peppers played as numerous bonfires raged on the concertgrounds. You won't get peace candles, but here's what you will get if you pick up "Woodstock '99:"
- Dave Matthews - "Trippin Billies"
- Brian Setzer Orchestra - "Rock This Town"
- Jewel - "Down So Long"
- Everlast -
- Everclear - "Santa Monica"
- Sheryl Crow - "If It Makes You Happy"
- Elvis Costello - "Alison"
- Alanis Morissette - "So Pure"
- Jamiroquai - "Black Capricorn Day"
- G. Love & Special Sauce - "Cold Beverage"
- Chemical Brothers - "Block Rockin' Beats"
- The Roots - "Adrenaline"
- Guster - "Airport Song"
- Our Lady Peace - "Superman's Dead"
- Rusted Root - "Ecstasy"
- Bruce Hornsby - "Resting Place"
-- Robert Mancini