Album, produced by Rupert Hine, released to mark the 80th birthday of the Dalai Lama. The Grammy-nominated first volume of this collection in 2008 contained several rare versions of songs and live tracks from the contributing musicians. The new collection does the same. It includes a version of Kate Bush's Wild Man, with 'remastered shimmer'.
According to Stephen W. Tayler, who mixed the original track for the album 50 Words For Snow, "…it’s the original mix with an added layer that makes it subtly different and beautiful. I advise to check the iTunes previews when they appear before making a judgement. That’s all I can say!” Kate’s remastered track has a running time of 7 minutes, 12 seconds shorter than the original album version.
The album 'The Art Of Peace: Songs For Tibet II' contains the following tracks:
- The Book Of My Life (Ostinato Mix) - Sting
- King & Lionheart - Of Monsters & Men
- Lippy Kids (Live From Manchester Apollo) - Elbow
- Sparks (Glistermix) - The Family Crest
- Wild Man (With Remastered Shimmer) - Kate Bush
- A World Alone - Lorde
- Mother Within (Ostinato Mix) - Beyond
- Sometimes - Duncan Sheik
- Things Can Only Get Better (Acoustic Version) - Howard Jones
- Baby's Going Down - Bob Geldof
- Sacred Tongue - Rival Sons
- Falling Hard - The Crystal Method (Feat. Meiko)
- Home (Chamber Mix) - Ed Prosek
- You Can't Be Chased (Ostinato Mix) - Rupert Hine
- Deliver Me (From What You Do) - Eleanor McEvoy
- Signal To Noise (Cut In Edit) - Peter Gabriel
'The Art Of Peace: Songs For Tibet II' was released as a digital album only. There are plans to release the album on LP and CD as well, according to the Pledge Music page.