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There's No Home is the second full-length formal release from Jana Hunter. Recorded over two consecutive weeks in Fall 2006 at a friend's home in Houston, TX (known locally as "Feagan House"), the album features Hunter writing, playing and producing throughout. As extroverted as Hunter's previous release Blank Unstaring Heirs of Doom was introverted, There's No Home focuses on community involvement. While Hunter plays most of the instruments herself, she's aided and abetted here by her brother John (Inoculist, Dethro Skull), John Adams (Fatal Flying Guilloteens) and Matt Brownlie (Bring Back the Guns), among others. In 2004, Hunter made a big splash among fans of distinctive music with "Farm, CA," a track featured on the Devendra Banhart-curated Golden Apples of the Sun collection released by Arthur Magazine's Bastet label, followed by a vinyl-only split with Banhart on Troubleman. Late the following year, Hunter's full-length debut was the inaugural release on Gnomonsong, a label founded by Banhart and Vetiver's Andy Cabic in conjunction with Revolver USA. A thirteen-song "best of," compiled in part from various CDR releases, this collection garnered impressive critical acclaim. Hunter spent the bulk of 2006 touring Europe and the US (including one string of East Coast dates traveled by sailboat). She hits the road again April, 2007