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Charity album featuring Future of the Left, Mogwai and more to be released this Sunday

A special charity compilation is being released this weekend in support of testicular cancer charity Checkemlads.

Featuring exclusive tracks from Mogwai, Future Of The Left, Cleft, Songhoy Blues, Teeth Of The Sea and more, it’ll only be available for a month. The compilation is created by Wrongpop, whose founder, Stephen Clarke, was diagnosed in May 2014 and got the all clear on July 31st 2015. Exactly one year on and he wants to give back to the people that helped him fight the disease.

The comp costs £5 with all profits going directly to the charity. You can pre-order it now, with two tracks available immediately.

You can check out the full tracklisting below.

Cleft – Frankenstein (Live at Bush Hall 24/11/15)
USA Nails – You Sing For Yourself (Lyon Radio Session 2015)
Hey Colossus – Eat It (Live in Belgium)
Part Chimp – Solid Gone (demo)
Taman Shud – Hex Inverted (Live at The Lexington)
Terminal Cheesecake – Herbal Waveride
Henry Blacker – Roman Nails
Sweet Williams – Half Stripped (T House 4-Track Demo)
Future of the Left – Tell The Truth About The Brace Position
Silent Front – Suit For A Certain Occasion (remastered)
Alpha Male Tea Party – You Eat Houmous, Of Course You Play Acoustic
Songhoy Blues – Petit Metier (Live at KOKO 04/11/15)
The Wharves – Sweet Merry Time
Then Thickens – Hey Creator
Cowtown – Not Sure
Grey hairs – Terry
Poly-Math – Knight, Death & The Devil Pt. II (Live at Old Mill Studios)
Melting Hand – Pidgeon Dhansak
The Oscillation – Lonely People (Radio Edit)
Lay Llamas – Eye Chest People’s Dance Ritual (I Saw a Flash Out There)
The Fierce and the Dead – Un Film
Karhide – Anchoring
Teeth of the Sea (feat. Rachel Davies from Esben & The Witch) – Love Theme For The Last Man
In Violet – Burden
Rumour Cubes – At Sea (acoustic)
Mogwai – Mogwai Fear Satan (Live at Barrowlands, Glasgow, 20/06/15)

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