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Audio Antihero Presents: 'Bob Hope would.' // Japan Relief Effort Charity Album

Audio Antihero Presents: 'Bob Hope would.' // Japan Relief Effort Charity Album

by The 405 (Google+), 22 March 2011

The lovely people over at Audio Antihero have proven yet again that independent labels are the ones with hearts, as they've put together a wonderful charity album in aid of the Japanese Relief Effort. It features artists like Darren Hayman, Paul Hawkins & The Awkward Silences, Wartgore Hellsnicker, Shoes & Socks Off, Meursault, Broken Shoulder, Nosferatu D2, Benjamin Shaw, Jack Hayter, Stagecoach, My First Tooth and loads more. You can buy the album by clicking here! Photobucket

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