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Tenacious D is auctioning memorabilia to benefit victims of Paris attacks

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Tenacious D is auctioning off some eyebrow-raising props — for a good cause. The comedy-rock duo of Jack Black and Kyle Gass have launched an auction through Eagles of Death Metal’s member Josh Homme’s Sweet Stuff Foundation to benefit victims of the Nov. 13 terrorist attacks in Paris.

Among the items on auction via Charitybuzz are a 15-foot, phallic phoenix, fur coats, an evil squid, and more. The sale is scheduled to conclude Jan. 5.

Homme’s Sweet Stuff Foundation was founded to aid members of the musical community during periods of disability or illness; however, all donations made through the foundation’s website through Dec. 31 will benefit Paris attack victims, including the family of the late Eagles of Death Metal merchandise manager Nick Alexander.

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See all of Tenacious D’s auction items here.

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