Chili Peppers' 'Fire' Burned Onto Woodstock 99 Album With Other Highlights

Two-CD set, due in October, divided into aggressive and mellow sets.

The Red Hot Chili Peppers' version of Jimi Hendrix's "Fire," which closed

out the riotous Woodstock '99 festival, also will close the first disc

of the upcoming Woodstock 99 double-CD set.

The 32-song album, due Oct. 19, also will include tracks from rock-rappers

Limp Bizkit and Kid Rock, rockers Bush, Live, Everclear and the Dave

Matthews Band, singer/songwriters Jewel and Alanis Morissette, hip-hoppers

DMX and the Roots and electronica duo the Chemical Brothers, according

to an Epic Records press release.

The set is divided into a "Red Disc" of more aggressive material and

"Blue Disc" of comparatively mellow tracks.

Among the cuts on the red CD are Korn's "Blind" (RealAudio

excerpt of studio version), along with Limp Bizkit's "Show Me

What You Got," Rage Against the Machine's "Bulls on Parade" and Metallica's

"Creeping Death."

The latter three bands played consecutive sets on the second night of

the July 23–25 festival in Rome, N.Y. After hundreds of kids were

injured in mosh pits that night — and a 24-year-old woman told police

she was raped in the pit — organizers second-guessed their decision

to schedule the three hard-rock bands in a row.

"We probably were the victim of our own idea of ending it that way,"

co-promoter John Scher said.

The first disc also includes Creed's cover of the Doors' "Roadhouse Blues,"

for which the rock band was joined by former Doors guitarist Robby Krieger.

A "Woodstock 99" DVD also will be released Oct. 19.

The full track listing:

Red disc: Korn, "Blind"; Offspring, "The Kids Aren't Alright"; Lit, "For";

Buckcherry, "Lit Up"; Kid Rock, "Bawitdaba"; Limp Bizkit, "Show Me What

You Got"; Rage Against the Machine, "Bulls on Parade"; Metallica, "Creeping

Death"; Creed, "Roadhouse Blues"; Sevendust, "Bitch"; DMX, "Stop Being

Greedy"; Godsmack, "Keep Away"; Megadeth, "A Secret Place"; Bush,

"Everything Zen"; Live, "I Alone" and Red Hot Chili Peppers, "Fire."

Blue disc: Dave Matthews Band, "Trippin' Billies"; Brian Setzer Orchestra,

"Rock This Town"; Sheryl Crow, "If It Makes You Happy"; Everlast "Ends";

Everclear, "Santa Monica"; Jewel, "Down So Long"; Elvis Costello, "Alison";

Alanis Morissette, "So Pure"; Jamiroquai, "Black Capricorn Day"; G. Love

& Special Sauce, "Cold Beverage"; Chemical Brothers, "Block Rockin' Beats";

Roots, "Adrenaline"; Guster, "Airport Song"; Our Lady Peace, "Superman's

Dead"; Rusted Root, "Ecstasy" and Bruce Hornsby, "Resting Place."