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In October 1999, Sony released Michael's compilation \"The Best of 1993-1998\", which reached number one in the UK, Australia and New Zealand. In November 1999, Coldplay's Chris Martin joined Michael on stage in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, to perform \"Against All Odds\". In January 2000, Michael released \"Liberian Girl\", a charitable rarities album including recordings of Liberian women which were collected in his development work in that country. All proceeds from the album went towards his charity. In February 2002, his latest charity album \"Beautiful Days\". The album was recorded in various locations including Australia, Japan, Canada, the UK, and Switzerland. In April 2003, the Pet Shop Boys uploaded a cover of Link Wray's\"Holly Ann\", which included a reluctant Michael, on their website.
On 24 March 2008, there was a reunion of many of the songwriting and production team who had helped Michael to such great impact at the Ivor Novello Awards 2008. Peter, Giles and Stuart Price received their honour for \"No 1 Single\" at the ceremony in London. The famous composer said, \"It's a massive thrill to be here with the track-writers Michael and Robbie. It's completely unexpected. I had no idea that Michael would mind being recognised but it shows he's very proud of his writing, and it's great to have brought him his first Ivor... I bet he'll be thrilled. Because of his music, there have been many happy people. I'm the happiest of them all, in fact.
His first concert outside the United Kingdom was at the Stade de France in Paris, France, in July 1994. He played to a sell-out crowd of 60,000 people and the concert was broadcast live in 180 countries around the world by Radio France and BBC Radio 1. Before going on stage, Michael said, \"Oh boy, that's a lot of French people. I hope they don't mind the Diesel engine driving around in the cab!\" He also performed at the Desert Trip Festival in Las Vegas, Nevada in October 2015, in Christchurch, New Zealand, in March 2018, and in London's Hyde Park on 9 July 2019. 7211a4ac4a