Performances from the event, held in New York last week, have been collected on a record - released digitally last night (18.12.12) - which will raise money for people in the Caribbean and US who were affected by Hurricane Sandy in October.
The album is available on iTunes through Columbia Records, with a physical release to follow next month.
The Robin Hood Relief Fund for hurricane relief will receive at least $6.50 from every sale.
Before his performance of 'My City of Ruins', Bruce Springsteen - a native of New Jersey, which was badly damaged by the storm - told the crowd: ''This was a song I wrote for my adopted home town, Asbury Park, when it was struggling on hard times. For 25 years you could go to Asbury in the summer and there was no one on its beaches, no one on its boardwalk. Then over the past decade, thanks to the arts community moving in, thanks to the gay community, thanks to people who lived there and toughed it out for that whole quarter of a century, the town has had a renaissance.
''I pray that that characteristic remains along the Jersey Shore, it's what makes it special. So tonight, this is a prayer for all our struggling brothers and sisters in New York and all along New Jersey.''
A number of celebrities appeared on stage at the event including Adam Sandler, Kristen Stewart and Billy Crystal. The record had already been pre-ordered by over 40,000 people by the time it went on sale.
12.12.12 Concert for Hurricane Sandy tracklisting:
'Land of Hope and Dreams' - Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band
'Wrecking Ball' - Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band
'Another Brick In The Atlantic Wall Part I, II & III' - Roger Waters
'Us and Them' - Roger Waters
'Comfortably Numb' - Roger Waters feat. Eddie Vedder
'Hallelujah (Sandy Relief Version)' - Adam Sandler and Paul Shaffer
'It's My Life' - Bon Jovi
'Wanted Dead Or Alive' - Bon Jovi
'Got To Be Better In A Little While' - Eric Clapton
'Crossroads' - Eric Clapton
'You Got Me Rocking' - The Rolling Stones
'Jumpin Jack Flash' - The Rolling Stones
'No One' - Alicia Keys
'Who Are You' - The Who
'Baba O'Reilly' - The Who
'Love Reign O'er Me' - The Who
'Miami 2017 (Seen The Lights Go Out On Broadway)' - Billy Joel
'Moving Out (Anthony's Song)' - Billy Joel
'You May Be Right' - Billy Joel
'Viva La Vida' - Chris Martin
'Losing My Religion' - Chris Martin feat. Michael Stipe
'Us Against The World' - Chris Martin
'Helter Skelter' - Paul McCartney
'Empire State Of Mind' - Alicia Keys
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