Bruce Willis, Brad Pitt Among Stars Going Wild On Benefit LP

Hollywood Goes Wild also features Jeff Goldblum, Juliette Lewis, Johnny Depp.

Bruce Willis has a chance to redeem his one-hit-wonder status as a singer with "Crazy Mixed Up World," one of 11 songs written and performed by big-screen stars on the benefit album Hollywood Goes Wild.

Willis, who scored a hit in 1987 with his cover of the Staple Singers' "Respect Yourself," is joined on the album by Brad Pitt, Jeff Goldblum, Billy Bob Thornton, Juliette Lewis, Bijou Phillips, Mare Winningham and Johnny Depp, who duets with Iggy Pop

on the song "Hollywood Affair."

Keanu Reeves' Dogstar, Russell Crowe's 30 Odd Foot of Grunts and Milla Jovovich's Plastic Has Memory also contribute tracks to Hollywood Goes Wild, which benefits California's Wildlife Waystation refuge center.

The album is due March 7 on RPH Productions' All-Star Music imprint, but can be purchased now at the Wildlife Waystation or through its Web site, www.waystation.org.

In its 26 years, the nonprofit Wildlife Waystation has saved more than 70,000 animals, a spokesperson said. The center is located in the Angeles National Forest north of Los Angles and currently houses 1,200 animals.

Phillips, daughter of Mamas and the Papas singer John Phillips, has starred in "Two Girls and a Guy," "Black and White" and "Grace of My Heart," but is equally known for her 1999 debut album, I'd Rather Eat Glass.

Lewis, who is known for portraying dark characters, recorded a song with the Infidels for the soundtrack to last summer's "The Crow: Salvation."