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Vol. 2 of Arctic Rodeo's charity project PLANET HOME SERIES is now ready and available from the Arctic Rodeo webshop. Just as Vol. 1, which included previously unreleased and exclusive tracks be IAN LOVE (Rival Schools), J ROBBINS (Jawbox, Burning Airlines), STATES & KINGDOMS (feat. members of Rival Schools, Thursday, Small Brown Bike) and MATT PRYOR (The Get Up Kids), Vol. 2 is offered as a super nice and special 4x7" set, limited to 300 copies and a very special packaging. After all profit made with Vol. 1 has been forwarded to the charity organization TERRE DES HOMMES , the label decided to donate all proceeds of PLANET HOME SERIES VOL. 2 to DOCTORS WITHOUT BORDERS. Just as Vol. 1, each 7" is packed in a beautiful natural cardboard folder donated by PAPIER UNION, processed by DRUCKEREI IN ST. PAULI, and designed and screenprinted by the hands of the artist Alex Hanke at ZUM HEIMATHAFEN. The whole set comes with a CD and is packed in perfectly sized tote bag screenprinted by hand at SHIRTMANUFAKTUR. ROCKY VOTOLATO is part of this release with 2 exclusive songs, and so are DREAMTIGERS (members of Defeater, Caspian, Polar Bear Club, Balmorhea) with their first 2 new songs since their debut album released in 2014 on Arctic Rodeo. Furthermore, J ROBBINS is involved again, performing 2 acoustic versions of the JAWBOX songs "Spoiler" and "68" together with Gordon Withers and Brooks Harlan of War On Women. Last, but not least, BOB NANNA (of Braid, Hey Mercedes and The City On Film) has contributed 2 exclusive tracks to this charity set, including a cover of "Smallpox Champion" by Fugazi. The release date is December 15. There is also a bundle of this set together with 4 LPs of the Arctic Rodeo back catalogue offered at a very special price. All proceeds will be donated. There are still copies of PLANE HOME SERIES Vol. 1 left in stock and a bundle special offer available as well. Swing by at the Arctic Rodeo webshop and snag these beautiful handmade record sets a good cause.