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Rolo Tomassi, Hyro Da Hero and We Are The Ocean also feature on 'Love Music, Hate Violence'

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The final tracklisting for a new compilation to raise funds to help independent record labels affected by the fire which destroyed the Sony DADC warehouse has been revealed, with Enter Shikari, Young Guns and Charlie Simpson are among the artists who will feature.

The compilation, which is being released by the newly set-up organisation Love Music, Hate Violence, will also feature tracks from Let's Wrestle, Hyro Da Hero, We Are The Ocean, Rolo Tomassi, Tellison, Title Fight, The Xcerts, Sharks and a number of other acts.

The album, which will only be available in digital form, will be released on November 28. There is also a selection of official merchandise that has been created to go along with the compilation's release.

For more information about the compilation, visit Lovemusichateviolence.com.

The tracklisting for the 'Love Music, Hate Violence' compilation is as follows:

Rolo Tomassi - 'Pillfox'
Enter Shikari – 'Destablilise'
Hyro Da Hero - 'Ghetto Ambiance'
Young Guns – 'DOA'
We Are The Ocean - 'What It Feels Like'
Title Fight - 'Shed'
Sharks - 'Three Houses'
Chuck Ragan – 'Camaraderie Of The Commons'
The Computers - 'Blood Is Thicker'
Trash Talk – 'Eyes And Nine'
Lets Wrestle - 'The One I Love'
The Xcerts - 'Gum'
Charlie Simpson - 'Farmer And His Gun'
Tellison – 'Tell It To Thebes'
Rolo Tomassi – 'I Love Turbulence' (Three Trapped Tigers remix)

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