Mariah Carey & More To Appear On 2010 Winter Olympics Compilation

Mariah Carey is seen in a promo shot for the AT&T Team USA Soundtrack for the 2010 Winter Olympics Mariah Carey is seen in a promo shot for the AT&T Team USA Soundtrack for the 2010 Winter Olympics

Mariah Carey, Sugarland, The All-American Rejects and a slew of the music industry’s top recording artists are appearing on the AT&T Team USA Soundtrack, which coincides with the start of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver today.

The compilation will help spread Olympic fever with 12 original Olympic-themed songs.

The songs will be sold on iTunes during the 2010 Winter Games, and proceeds will go to the U.S. Olympic Committee to benefit Team USA.

In 2008, the Beijing edition of the AT&T Team USA Soundtrack raised $1 million.

The full line-up of the soundtrack includes:

3 Doors Down – “Shine”

The All-American Rejects – “Move Along (remix by Chad Hugo of the Neptunes)”

David Banner – “In the Zone (feat. BJ the Chicago Kid)”

Gloriana – “The World Is Ours Tonight”

Green River Ordinance – “Rise Up”

Honor Society – “Can’t Box Me In”

Hoobastank – “Never Be Here Again”

Mariah Carey – “100%”

Puddle Of Mudd – “Shook Up the World”

Rascal Flatts – “Unstoppable (Olympics Mix)”

Sugarland – “Wide Open”

Train – “The Finish Line”

The 2010 Winter Olympics Opening Ceremonies kick off tonight on NBC at 7:30 PM.

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