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  • Audio CD (August 10, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Fat Wreck Chords
  • ASIN: B0002IQKDQ
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (92 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #191,318 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Favorite Son/Green Day (unreleased)
2. Let Them Eat War/Bad Religion
3. Unity/Operation Ivy
4. Necrotism: Decanting the Insalubrious (Cyborg Midnight) Part 7/The Lawrence Arms (unreleased)
5. We Got the Power/Dropkick Murphys (rare)
6. Drunken Lullabies/Flogging Molly
7. Doomsday Breach/Only Crime
8. Gas Chamber/Foo Fighters (rare)
9. Status Pools/Lagwagon (unreleased)
10. What You Say/Sugarcult
11. 7 Years Down/Rancid
12. Off With Your Head/Sleater-Kinney (rare)
13. Scream Out/The Unseen (unreleased)
14. Violins/Yellowcard (unreleased)
15. Like Sprewells on a Wheelchair/Dillinger Four (unreleased)
16. Chesterfield King live/Jawbreaker (unreleased)
17. Born Free live/Bouncing Souls (unreleased)
18. No Hope live/Mad Caddies (unreleased)
19. Kids Today/The Dwarves (unreleased)
20. Can't Wait to Quit/Sick of It All (rare)
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Editorial Reviews

Various artists compilation featuring 28 tracks, including rarities, previously unreleased, & live material, from such artists as Green Day, Bad Religion, Operation Ivy, The Lawrence Arms, Dropkick Murphys, Flogging Molly, Only Crime, Foo Fighters, Lagwagon, Sugarcult, & many more.

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3.5 out of 5 stars

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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Alex on August 17, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Aside from System of A Down, I've been wanting more political rock since Rage Against the Machine broke up. If they were only here today..I'd love to hear their post-9/11 songs. But they're gone, and instead we have the Rock Against Bush compilations.

The second volume has high-energy punk and alternative bands contributing solid cuts, many of which are rare or unreleased. What better way to start the CD than with a brand new Green Day track, "Favorite Son." Bad Religion's equally impressive "Let Them Eat War" follows without missing a beat.

A minor complaint: Being a die-hard Foo Fighters fan, I was disappointed to see their song clock in at under a minute long. It would have been great to get another rare song in there, like "Winnebago" for example, but I guess Fat Mike thought "Gas Chamber" had more social resonance, which it probably does. However, you do get a bonus DVD with the CD, which has political shorts to keep you informed, and comedy sketches - including Will Ferrell - to keep you laughing. The liner notes are particularly interesting (see "20 More Things To Hate About Bush Jr."), but most importantly, the music itself rarely fails to make an impression.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By ToxicTearyEyes on August 19, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Look, I know alot of people were mad about the last "Rock Against Bush" (Vol.1) album showcasing the band New Found Glory. I recently confirmed that certain members of that band ARE NOT left-wing, at all. In fact, one member even claims to support Bush and his actions to invade Iraq. So Admittedly, it was hypocritical for their song to appear on that comp. But this time around, the right-wing music fans have nothing to complain about. None of their favorite bands are "switchin up", and unlike last time, its very clear where ALL 28 of these bands have stood politically. Bottom Line, If you don't like the message, then you don't have buy the album...

Now, on to "Rock Against Bush" (vol. 2). Like I said, ALL the bands on here this time around are very Liberal, and very set on removing bush. The music is good, but honestly, the DVD is worth the price alone. I would highly recommend this to any punk-rock fan, simply because this album is what Punk is all about. GET IT TODAY...
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Purchaser Magoo on July 30, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I own both albums...I don't really remember which bands are on which album, but anyways these 2 albums pretty much started my entire music obsession. I bought one album because of Sum 41 (which I now realize suck) and I bought the other because of Green Day (I think that one had Bad Religion on it too.) Well back when I bought these I pretty much listened to old bands and pop punk (Blink-182, Boxcar Racer, Green Day, Sum 41, Pink Floyd, The Beatles, The Who...I can't think of anymore right now.) I have gotten into more Pop Punk bands since then (probably because of this album, probably not a direct effect seeing as bands like Goldfinger aren't on these albums), but I have also gotten into a lot of great punk bands...bands like NOFX, Anti-Flag, Rancid, Lars Frederiksen and the Bastards, the Transplants...the list goes on and on. Now I know your thinking that some of those bands aren't on these albums...these albums made a chain reaction. I listened NOFX, then picked up the NOFX/Rancid album and got into Rancid (I know they are on one of these albums but that songs not that good, same with Operation Ivy, but thats just my opinion.) Because of Rancid I got into Operation Ivy, Lars Frederiksen and the Bastards, and the Transplants. Thats just one chain reaction of bands this album made, there were so many. Now I know some of these bands suck and some of these songs suck (mainly the songs by the bands that suck), but these albums are like 7 bucks and I think that like 20 good songs on 28 songs and a good dvd is worth that money.
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18 of 23 people found the following review helpful By whocares on September 17, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Mr Bassist. Yes the bands on this comp use capitalistic methods of promoting and distributing their music. some of the larger bands more than others. But i think you are exaggerating this Rock star thing a bit too much. some of the smaller bands have trouble paying the rent and getting by day to day. (see Dillinger 4) Even if a band on this comp is well off, it doesnt mean they uses standard business methods practiced my most of the wealthy CEO's of US companies. Alot of these punk bands base their business (yes they admit it is business) in a DIY, moral, and ethical fashion. There is nothing wrong with capitalism, but it is bad the way capitalism has been used by greedy CAPITALISTS to separate them from lower classes. your theory of the money paid for this cd contributing Republicans is alittle farfetched.

Believe it or not, The Rock Against Bush CD is the best way to present the ideas and attitudes of the bands. Packaging it with notes and Political DVD Featurettes is a way to present the message behind the cd. The music only adds to the attraction and supports the idea behind the cd. A "sidestepping MP3 effort" would allow some really cool songs to hit the internet but would not nearly have the effect this comp is pushing to have.
And to those who are actually are afraid they're "throwing money at republicans" - get serious. do you really think a bunch of super wealthy conservatives sit in a board room and discuss how well the Rock Against Bush CD is selling. and how this money they're getting is going to help the 2004 Bush campaign. thats rediculous! These guys are already rich. They make money off of every day products. You support more republicans buying toliet paper.
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