Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young and Pearl Jam have contributed tunes to the antiwar soundtrack DC for a documentary about a U.S. soldier paralyzed in Iraq. The 30-song c album Body of War: Songs That Inspired an Iraq War Veteran will be released March 18 by the Sire Records label. All proceeds from will benefit Iraq Veterans Against the War. Body of War focuses on Tomas Young, an Army soldier paralyzed in Iraq. It will open on March 13. Phil Donahue directed the film with Elaine Spiro.
The album was put together by Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder, who composed the first single, "No War," for the film. Pearl Jam's live version of Bob Dylan's "Masters of War" is also on board. Springsteen contributed "Devils & Dust," and Neil Young "The Restless Consumer," in which he sings over and over, "don't need no more lies." Other tracks come from, among others, Tori Amos, Public Enemy, and Talib Kweli & Cornel West. Here's the Neil Young song: