Anarbor Selling Limited Edition Calender

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Phoenix pop-punkers Anarbor are getting in to the holiday spirit by minting 100 limited edition calenders. The calender features 12 exclusive photos of the band and will be signed and numbered by the band. They're also offering the chance to tweet at them here and get a message included somewhere on the calender. They're a pretty good deal at $25 too.

I'm honestly not sure if this is a good idea or not, but at least it should give these barely-shaving bandmates a little cash to spend on their moms and dads for Christmas. To order check out the store here.

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