1% for the Planet: The Music

Like music? Like bargains? Like the planet?

1% for the Planet has launched an album, 1% for the Planet: The Music, Vol. 1, a compilation of 41 songs by various artists, including Jack Johnson (naturally), Jackson Browne, G. Love and Special Sauce, and Grace Potter and the Nocturnals.

Today only you can buy the album for $3.99 on Amazon (that's 9.7 cents a song). It retails for $9.99 (24.3 cents a song) elsewhere, such as on iTunes. Album proceeds support 1% for the Planet, a global alliance of more than 1,100 companies (including our very own Trailspace) that donate 1% of their sales to environmental organizations worldwide.

If you want some beautiful outdoor images along with your tunes, watch this 1% promo below from last year, featuring the song "Sunshine" by Matt Costa, who sadly does not appear on the album (tip: let the whole video load before listening).

Still, even at $9.99, the mix of new and established musicians, not to mention the good cause, make 1% for the Planet: The Music, Vol. 1 well worth a listen.



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