Rock Against Hate compilation will raise money for Planned Parenthood

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“Rock Against Hate, Vol. 4” will raise money for Planned Parenthood.

The fourth volume of the Rock Against Hate compilation, dominated by Jersey-based artists, will raise money for Planned Parenthood, in protest of the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

The 42-track album, featuring previously unreleased songs, can be downloaded for a $10 donation. Visit

“Rock Against Hate is a myriad of people, who may not agree on all things, but we all agree that today’s Supreme Court decision on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization puts women’s health, and their right to choose what they do with their bodies, at risk,” says compilation curator and founder Larry “Lazlo” Seltzer, in a press release. “We can’t change the decision, but we can voice our disagreement with the verdict and raise money for Planned Parenthood, an organization that has been at the forefront of women’s health for over a hundred years.”

The series has previously raised money for Kids in Need of Defense and The Trevor Project, in addition to Planned Parenthood.

Here is the album’s track listing:

“Friend of a Friend” (demo), Katye Kellye & the Interruption
“Say No to Fear,” Catherine Wacha”
“Looking for the Light” (demo), Ferocious Designs
“No Lives Matter,” Vincent Brue
“Theocracy of America,” Dansped & the Carpool to Oblivion
“Leave Me Where You Found Me,” Mark Parker
“Title TK,” Bern Strong
“Future Tense” (Casio demo), Greg McGarvey
“Imaginary Love” (live from the Giving a Second Chance benefit), The Mighty Alrighty
“Electric Lights” (demo), Amanda Rose Riley
“Backwards in Time,” Tony Appleseed
“Calling Grace,” Neil Howell
“Kiss It Up to God,” Smallpox
“Mannequin Sun,” Quiz Show
“Clever Girl,” Loner
“Angry” (live at Hidden Fortress), driving underwater
“Fight,” Happy Joe Canzano
“The Burglars Are Back in Town)” (live at Semifinal), The Fisherman & the Sea
“Sentinel,” The Maravines
“Just Don’t Tell Me What to Do” (acoustic), The Cucumbers
“The Open,” Sunblossom
“Waterboarding” (demo), Keith Monacchio
“Forgotten Child of an Absent Father,” Pearl Manhattan
“The Mirage,” J. Thoubbs
“Soft Rain,” Chris Fox & the Beasts
“Cutthroat,” Motherface
“(You Can’t) Walk on Water,” Pete Jager
“Take Some More,” RP
“Politik” (demo), Defecting Grey
“The People Are the Power,” Irish Fitz
“Secret Hearts,” The Gattsville Creeper
“Point of View,” The Get Away Gang
“Above Water,” MHB Instrumentals
“Dreaming of a Stranger,” Diego Allessandro
“Greetings From Asbury Park 1996” (Foggy Otis mix), Jim Testa
“Bullets on My Brain,” Jeff DeVito
“Distance” (slowed down mix featuring Samad Savage), Lupe Dragon
“Evil Man,” Ciara Zwicker
“She” (extended live version), Shotgun Bill
“Red Lion,” Steam Enginess
“Bountiful,” Bruce Donnola
“These Are Trying Times” (Too Much Heaven mix), The Random Hubiak


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