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  • Audio CD (June 15 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Music Canada Inc.
  • ASIN: B00000JBDJ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #111,402 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Last Kiss - Pearl Jam
2. Baba (Live) - Alanis Morissette
3. The Ghost Of Tom Joad - Rage Against The Machine
4. War Of Man (Live) - Neil Young
5. Freak On A Leash (Freakin' B Mix) - Korn
6. Psycho Man (Danny Saber Remix) - Black Sabbath
7. Come Down - Bush
8. Leather Jacket - Ben Folds Five
9. Take Me Away - Oasis
10. Mary - Sarah McLachlan
11. Go - Indigo Girls
12. Used To Be Lucky - The Wallflowers
13. Wolf In Sheep's Clothing - Jamiroquai
14. Merman - Tori Amos
15. Black Paintings - Peter Gabriel
16. Soldier Of Love - Pearl Jam

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VARIOUS No Boundaries - A Benefit For The Kosovar Refugees (1999 US 16-track CD album compilation issued in support of humanitarian relief efforts for Kosovar refugees forced from their homeland by war in the Balklans featuring tracks by Pearl Jam Alanis Morissette Oasis Neil Young Korn Toris Amos Jamiroquai Peter Gabriel etc. with special live tracks and remixes picture sleeve EK63653)

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Pulled together quickly as a response to the Kosovar refugee crisis in the Balkans in the spring of 1999, No Boundaries presents 16 rare and previously unavailable tracks from 15 late-'90s rock powerhouses. The only outfit represented twice here is Pearl Jam, who contribute the likable A and B sides of a 1998 fan-club vinyl single--covers of "Last Kiss" and "Soldier of Love," '60s jukebox faves given refreshingly tossed-off treatments by Seattle's favorite sons. Also drawn to the benevolent project are Alanis Morissette (chipping in a live version of "Baba"), Sarah McLachlan (a live "Mary"), and Tori Amos (the previously unheard studio track, "Merman"). Oldsters (Neil Young, Black Sabbath, Peter Gabriel) mix with relative upstarts (Korn, Jamiroquai, and Rage Against the Machine, who pummel Bruce Springsteen's "Ghost of Tom Joad" to suit their needs), all for a noble cause. --Steven Stolder

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Format: Audio CD
I have to admit that for the most part Alanis Morissette, Tori Amos, and Sarah McLachlan are the only artists whose music come through my speakers. I bought the album specifically because I had heard "Merman" before, and it was my favorite Tori Amos song, but it had been unreleased. I think when people realize that this is a lullaby she wrote to her miscarried baby, and truly listen to the words, they'll feel the awesome emotion contained in this beautiful ballad. Alanis Morissette happens to be my favorite singer, so a live version of "Baba" was also a plus. "Comedown" is my favorite Bush song, so getting an acoustic version was great. I think people will love it. Pearl Jam have two songs which are really easy to listen to, and even though I'm not a fan, I may start listening to more of their music. Personally, I think the remix of Korn's "Freak on a Leash" is better than the single version. I was most surprised to find myself listening to the tracks by Rage Against the Machine and Black Sabbath. Add in Sarah McLachlan, Oasis, Indigo Girls, Jamiroquai, and a few others, and this is the best compilation CD I've ever listened to. It's also great to know that we're helping all of the victims in Kosovo. This is a CD that you must have!!!
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By A Customer on June 26 1999
Format: Audio CD
I'm not saying you shouldn't buy this CD; after all, it's for a worthy cause. Just don't expect to hear a worthy record. It's been pretty sloppily thrown together: Most of this stuff is readily available elsewhere, in slightly different form -- making the album itself a bit of a waste of time.
Neil Young contributes a live version of "War of Man," one of his worst songs. Korn and Black Sabbath contribute remixes that don't sound all that different from the originals. Oasis's contribution, "Take Me Away," is an easy-to-find B-side, while the Peter Gabriel song is taken directly from his "Us" album.
Rage Against the Machine manages to make Springsteen's "Ghost of Tom Joad" sound like "Bulls on Parade." (Then again, don't ALL of Rage's songs sound like "Bulls on Parade"? I'll bet if they covered "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'" it'd STILL sound like "Bulls on Parade.")
The only bright spots are the Pearl Jam tunes, two imaginatively chosen covers, that open and close the record (I'm giving them one star each). The rest is a yawner.
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I was recently listening to some of my other benefit CDs, and frankly most of them suck. The MOM collections are OK, but otherwise, they are entirely unstructured and seem to be just a bunch of randomly chosen songs put together to raise money for some worthless cause. So when I received a copy of "No Boundaries" I immediately looked at the track list and realized this, too, had no universal theme in its songs. This CD has nothing to do with Kosovo. But at least the songs are good. No Kiss, the first single, shows a lighter side of Pearl Jam. As Amazon incorrectly displayed, The Ghost of Tom Joad is not by Bruce Springsteen but is a little heavier cover by RATM, who don't do much for the song but are good anyway. This album is not the greatest album in the world, but compared to some other benefit albums, it's pretty damn well worth listening to.
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By Kae on Dec 20 2000
Format: Audio CD
Though it was thrown together hastily, NO BOUNDARIES is fantastic. It includes a pre-sell-out-KoRn (who still aren't very good), Pearl Jam (Last Kiss was a big push for the album. but it gets on my nerves), Sarah McLaughlin (Mary is a fantastic song, its great live), Alanis Morrisette (you can barely tell its live, its identical to the studio version, but still good), Bush(my favorite. I LOVE it.), The Wallflowers (Jakob Dylan has all the potential. He could be his father. Accept his voice is much better and his lyrics different. But I still love them both), Bens Fold Five, Peter Gabriel, Black Sabbath, Rage Against the Machine (pre break up. with their politically oreinted music this is a nice change. I love da Boss)and ther Indigo Girls (GO is a great song, even the studio version. I love Amy Rays voice. This is a SUPERB recording.)
Just buy it.
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No Boundries is one of the better offerings from the music industry as far as benefit offerings go. As with any albums of this type, however, the best one can hope for is pot luck. Pearl Jam puts the meat in the stew with thier excellent renditions of "Last Kiss" and "Soldier of Love". Once again, the Last Men Standing in Seattle prove that experience breeds excellence as they solidify the phrase "oldies but goodies" Also notable are offerings from Sarah McLachlan, Tori Amos, and Alanis Morisette. Suprisingly Rage against the machine lazily tosses in a previously released track with their feiry rendition of Bruce Springsteen's "Ghost of Tom Joad". With a mix of seasoned pros and MTV buzz bin allstars,this album is something nice to throw in the CD player when nothing good is on the radio.
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By A Customer on June 16 1999
Format: Audio CD
Pearl Jam has a great single on this CD - "Last Kiss" which has already been played constantly on the radio (Well only on the good stations). Bush has a great acoustic version of a great song - "Comedown," and Rage Against The Machine also added a great song - "The Ghost Of Tom Joad." I say it is only "good" and not great because even though it is probably the best song on the CD, it does not quite match Rage Against the Machine's standards, but that is only because everything else they have done is so awesome. I would definately buy this CD, unless you do not currently own Rage Against The Machine's self-entitled CD. Then I would highly recommend you get that CD for it is one of the best CD's OF ALL TIME, IF NOT THE BEST.
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