The Guardian reports that 'there is a gaping hole for a new anti-war anthem that will capture the moment and the mood'. The anti-war movement lacks a defining anthem for modern times and has to rely on old 60s songs like Country Joe's Fixing to Die, Edwin Starr's War (What is it Good For?) and Dylan's Masters of War. The leader of the UK's Stop the War coalition says that there's not quite as much anti-war support from the musical fraternity as he would have hoped for. As far as I can see, it's a case of what Edwin Collins used to sing: 'Too many protest singers, not enough protest songs'.