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- Posted on Jan 22nd 2010 6:26AM by Julian Marszalek
Martin is offering his signed 'Viva La Vida' tour jacket and Arctic Monkeys' Alex Turner has offered the white Fender Stratocaster used in the band's video for 'I Bet You Look Good On The Dance Floor' and with what promises to be something truly special, Damon Albarn will write and record a new piece of music written specifically for the cause.
Other items up for auction are a whole host of Glastonbury Festival goodies including V.I.P. backstage passes, festival teepees and access to a luxury shower at co-organiser Emily Eavis' farmhouse throughout this year's festival.
The auction runs for 10 days, closing on Feb. 2 with all proceeds from the auction going to Oxfam's humanitarian response in Haiti.
Eavis said, "Just like the millions of people who have already given so generously to the DEC appeal for Haiti, we felt it was important to do whatever we could to help as quickly as possible. We hope people will dig deep for some of these amazing auction prizes and help Oxfam to save lives in Haiti at the same time."
The full auction can be seen at at the eBay Oxfam Shop.