Jade Tree artists Denali and Strike Anywhere have joined forces with a slew of diverse and discordant peers including Social Distortion, NOFX, Ataris, Anti-Flag, New Found Glory, Alkaline Trio, and The Descendents to help Fat Wreck spread the word on President Bush’s long and deceitful record with the American public. The Rock Against Bush comp consists of 26 songs, most of which are unreleased and exclusive, but it’s not enough to simply release a collection of protest songs, so Fat decided that it would be effective to include some content that was more substantial and enlightening to the hundreds of thousands that will own the compilation. The Rock Against Bush comp will be accompanied by a bonus DVD that is packed with informative material and music videos from bands like Bad Religion, Anti-Flag, NOFX, and our own Strike Anywhere. There also will be political content such as trailers from political films, TV spots, and a piece from comedian and Grammy nominee David Cross.

Rock Against Bush Track Listing

"Nothing To Do When You’re Locked Away In A Vacancy," None More Black
"Moron," Sum 41
"Warbrain," Alkaline Trio
"Need More Time," Epoxies
"The School Of Assassins," Anti-Flag
"Sink, Florida, Sink (Electric)," Against Me!
"Baghdad," The Offspring
"Lion And The Lamb," The Get Up Kids
"Give It All," Rise Against
"No W," Ministry
"Sad State Of Affairs," Descendents
"Revolution," Authority Zero
"Paranoia! Cha-Cha-Cha," The Soviettes
"That’s Progress," Jello Biafra with D.O.A.
"Overcome (The Recapitulation)," RX Bandits
"No Voice Of Mine," Strung Out
"To The World," Strike Anywhere
"Heaven Is Falling," The Ataris
"God Save The USA," Pennywise
"Normal Days," Denali
"The Expatriate Act," The World/Inferno Friendship Soc.
"No News Is Good News," New Found Glory
"Basket Of Snakes," The Frisk
"Jaw, Knee, Music," NoFX
"It’s The Law," Social Distortion
"The Brightest Bulb Has Burned Out," Less Than Jake f/ Billy Bragg

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