Ono, Kravitz Wake Up

Political songs featured on new compilation

Wake Up Everybody

The compilation also includes Yoko Ono's "Give Peace a Chance 2004" -- a remix of John Lennon's 1969 song with Ono's post-9/11, spoken-word lyrics -- and previously released tracks from Lenny Kravitz, Emmylou Harris and the Roots. All proceeds from the album's sales will benefit America Coming Together (ACT), a campaign to increase voter registration and support progressive candidates.

The Wake Up Everybody track listing:

"Wake Up Everybody," Various Artists
"Give Peace a Chance 2004," Yoko Ono
"Why (What's Going On?)," The Roots
"Stop the Fighting," Ellie Lawson
"Revolution," Ben Jelen
"Hell to Pay," Bonnie Raitt
"Freedom," Jurassic 5
"Fear," Lenny Kravitz
"Get It Together," Seal
"Time in Babylon," Emmylou Harris
"This Land is Your Land," Everclear
"The Wind," Matt Nathanson
"Change the World," Eric Clapton and Babyface