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Subject: DCD/Kila
Date: Sun, 2 Feb 1997 22:15:01 -0600
From: mario (mars@SIHOPE.COM)
Subject: sale
Date: Sun, 2 Feb 1997 22:23:27 -0600
From: the boy in zinc (eewittme@STUDENTS.WISC.EDU)
Subject: Re: Auctioning Off My Lush =(
Date: Sun, 2 Feb 1997 20:43:11 PST
From: Matthew King (matt1013@JUNO.COM)
Subject: GALAXIE 500 / HNIA
Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 02:19:17 -0500
From: "James M. Renaud" (jrenaud@GOPHER.CHEM.WAYNE.EDU)
Subject: Re: sale
Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 04:50:37 -0600
From: Greg Schnippel (SCHNGRE@harpo.cns.iit.edu)
Subject: Re: Auctioning Off My Lush =(
Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 04:49:51 -0600
From: Greg Schnippel (SCHNGRE@harpo.cns.iit.edu)
Subject: Re: Cindytalk questions.
Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 20:08:32 +0800
From: LANG KARL REINER (klang@UXMAIL.UST.HK)
Subject: Looks like we're horse one shy...
Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 10:37:45 -0500
From: Jeff Keibel (redshift@interlog.com)
Subject: PV
Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 18:17:04 +0100
From: olivier lemoine (oliver@NORMANDNET.FR)
Subject: Re: Auctioning Lush
Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 12:47:14 PST
From: La Casa de Pereza (scalliha@CONC.TDS.NET)
Subject: need HNIA universal frequencies EP in Wash,DC
Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 13:15:02 -0500
From: lobsterman (jojones@MAILBOX.SYR.EDU)
Subject: Gus Gus at Perlan, Reykjavik
Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 13:56:56 EST
From: Dez (100702.123@COMPUSERVE.COM)
Subject: need HNIA universal frequencies EP in Wash,DC -Reply
Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 16:37:10 -0500
From: Christopher Tygh (ctygh@COV.COM)
Subject: Used CD's in NYC
Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 17:04:44 -0400
From: Zarqa Javed (javedz@ROCKVAX.ROCKEFELLER.EDU)
Subject: Thislisty Free Show In Los Angeles
Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 17:55:50 -0500
From: MS VICTORIA M FAVELL (KSES56F@PRODIGY.COM)
Subject: Re: wang chung bashing (was: thedeadcandancethedeadcandance..).
Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 14:28:39 -0800
From: Jens Alfke (jens@MOOSEYARD.COM)
Subject: (Media Release) It's soooo Crazy It Just Might Work: A Musicians
Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 14:21:31 -0800
From: "West Coast Musicians Online (WCMO) *Yasa*" (eella@CWO.COM)
Subject: Re: Ulrike Meinhof [Cindytalk questions.]
Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 15:21:49 -0800
From: Jens Alfke (jens@MOOSEYARD.COM)
Subject: Re: Used CD's in NYC
Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 19:32:36 -0500
From: dan klyn (owilde@UMICH.EDU)
Subject: Re: need HNIA universal frequencies EP in Wash,DC
Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 16:35:07 -0800
From: dans (dans@EUROPA.COM)
Subject: Moose
Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 20:03:01 -0600
From: "William B. Tubbs" (wbt60@earthlink.net)
Subject: Sale/Auction/Trade
Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 16:42:20 -0600
From: "Jose A. Garcia Triana Camil" (jgcamil@MAIL.UTEXAS.EDU)
Subject: The Site is...
Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 20:49:49 -0500
From: Rich Holtzman (Richieis1@AOL.COM)
Subject: Gus Gus
Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 21:20:32 -0500
From: Rich Holtzman (Richieis1@AOL.COM)

Date: Sun, 2 Feb 1997 22:15:01 -0600
From: mario (mars@SIHOPE.COM)
Subject: DCD/Kila


I understand that Lance Hogan and Ronan O Snodaigh, who tour with DCD, have
their own band called 'Kila'. Unfortunately, I haven't been successful in
finding any of their releases here in the states. Would you any suggestions
of where I might find their albums?


Thanks.

mario

Date: Sun, 2 Feb 1997 22:23:27 -0600
From: the boy in zinc (eewittme@STUDENTS.WISC.EDU)
Subject: sale


i want to sell these things.  prices include postage:

clan of xymox: s/t $10


chapterhouse/global communication:  pentamerous metamorphosis $30 obo
(scratches on bottom, but doesn't skip)

frank black: s/t $4




spacetime continuum:  emit ecaps $8

the grassy knoll (the last album -- i forget the name) $5



that's all i can remember, but there may be more...i'm a little flexible on
prices -- especially if you want more than one thing...i may do trades for
laika's antenna ep or mbv's tremolo ep, but i can't think of anything else
i want right now...

BiZ

"mashed potatoes hold everything together..."
        -overheard


Date: Sun, 2 Feb 1997 20:43:11 PST
From: Matthew King (matt1013@JUNO.COM)
Subject: Re: Auctioning Off My Lush =(


On Sun, 2 Feb 1997 10:53:36 -0500 Roger Mrazek  writes:
>hey!
>
>would like to bid $20 for the Lush SF video.
>
>please keep me posted.
>
>thanks.
>
>roger
>
You're in the lead.
-Matt


Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 02:19:17 -0500
From: "James M. Renaud" (jrenaud@GOPHER.CHEM.WAYNE.EDU)
Subject: GALAXIE 500 / HNIA

          Margaret 

sTaR vEiN mAgAzInE wIlL bE gIvInG aWaY tHe gALaXiE 500 bOx SeT. tHe TrIvIa
QuEsTiOn WiLl Be PoStEd On FrIdAy, 7 FeBrUaRy 1997...

fAmE iS nOw PoStEd.

TeLL mOsT oF yOuR FrIeNdS...

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**************************** http://www.science.wayne.edu/~jrenaud *******
**************************** jrenaud@sun.science.wayne.edu ***************
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******* "sOmEtHiNgS iN tHe gLuE, ThE gLuE tHaT kEePs Us ToGeThEr" ********
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Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 04:50:37 -0600
From: Greg Schnippel (SCHNGRE@harpo.cns.iit.edu)
Subject: Re: sale


very interested in the clan of xymox cd..

is it still available?

thanx

-schnippy

Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 04:49:51 -0600
From: Greg Schnippel (SCHNGRE@harpo.cns.iit.edu)
Subject: Re: Auctioning Off My Lush =(


lo -

wanted to place a uninformed bid of $8 each for

desire lines ep
500 ep
both single girl eps
and the ladykiller ep

keep me updated.. also curious as to what the 'topolino' cd/album(?) is

thanx!

-schnippy


Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 20:08:32 +0800
From: LANG KARL REINER (klang@UXMAIL.UST.HK)
Subject: Re: Cindytalk questions.


  >
  >On Thu, 30 Jan 1997 15:58:26 +0000 Andrew Norman 
  >writes:
  >
  >> > - Ulrike Meinhof
  >> German leftwing terrorist from the seventies (Luke Haines's band
  >> Baader Meinhof is named after her and Andreas Baader, Baader managed
  >> to shoot himself in the head in very suspicious circumstances in
  >> prison, Meinhof is I think now living in this country).
  >>
  >>

Ulrike Meinhof is - unfortunately - also (un)dead, since 1977 I believe.
If I remember correctly, the four leading figures of the so-called
"Baader-Meinhof" gang committed communual suicide in Stammheim prison,
a megahigh security prision specially build to hold "terrorists".
There have been rumours that it actually was a covered-up execution.
Ulrike M. reached some fame as an outspoken, caring journalist trying
to fight unjustice in an increasingly brutal, capitalistic West-German
post-Nazi society during the 1960's. Eventually, she got convinced that
peaceful actions won't change anything and that violent means are necessary,
and thus started a more pro-active political collaboration with
Andreas Baader and others.

I have seen that CD by "Baader Meinhof" mentioned above. I am curious what
its relationship to that political movement is, are the lyrics political at
all, or is it just used as a cool, rebellious image to draw attention to
potential customers? What is the music like?

-ragnar


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Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 10:37:45 -0500
From: Jeff Keibel (redshift@interlog.com)
Subject: Looks like we're horse one shy...


I've received a few questions about the "Topolino" compilation album
from Lush.  Here is a brief recap of the subtle differences between the
Japanese and Canadian versions...

The first version, released by Nippon Columbia in Japan on August 31,
1996 (COCY-80351), features eight tracks.  It is identified as a '96
Japan Tour Special.  Here's what is featured on it:

 1. 500 (Shake Baby Shake) Remix
 2. I Have The Moon
 3. Ex
 4. I Wanna Be Your Girlfriend
 5. Matador
 6. Piledriver
 7. I'd Like To Walk Around In Your Mind
 8. Carmen
 9. Plums & Oranges

Several months later, November 25, 1996 to be exact, 4AD's Canadian
licensee PolyGram decides to release an expanded version of "Topolino"
(76974 2110-2) Note the expanded yet quite different tracklisting:

 1. 500 (Shake Baby Shake) Remix
 2. I Have The Moon
 3. Ex
 4. I Wanna Be Your Girlfriend
 5. Matador
 6. Outside World
 7. I'd Like To Walk Around In Your Mind
 8. Carmen
 9. Shut Up
10. Cul De Sac
11. Demystification
12. Tinkerbell

-------------------------
| Jeff Keibel           |
| Scarborough, ON       |
| CANADA                |
| redshift@interlog.com |
-------------------------


Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 18:17:04 +0100
From: olivier lemoine (oliver@NORMANDNET.FR) Hello everyone I would be gratefull if somebody 's got a list of all 4ad bands with a brief comment on their music style --------------------------------------------------------------------- olivier lemoine e.mail : oliver@normandnet.fr ----------------------------------------------------------------------

Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 12:47:14 PST
From: La Casa de Pereza (scalliha@CONC.TDS.NET)
Subject: Re: Auctioning Lush


Hulloa!
I should like to make a lump bid of $25 for Live@St. Sebastion, Sparky =
the High Voltage Wire, and the Words And Music promo.

Thanks,
Inspector Callihan


Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 13:15:02 -0500
From: lobsterman (jojones@MAILBOX.SYR.EDU)
Subject: need HNIA universal frequencies EP in Wash,DC


hello fellow liszties----

i have a problem.  my HNIA ep got a big scuff on it and now track 3 won't play.

and its my favorite!

but, we are heading to Washington DC this week for a little vacation, and i
thought i would look for an extra copy while we're there.  i've never been,
so if anyone can point me to a store that stocks 4AD import EPs, i would be
much appreciative.

oh, and if someone wants to send me a couple of bucks for postage, i'd be
glad to send this scuffed HNIA EP to you.  The first 2 tracks play fine, I
think the fourth one does too.

thank you alot.

john the lurker

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Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 13:56:56 EST
From: Dez (100702.123@COMPUSERVE.COM)
Subject: Gus Gus at Perlan, Reykjavik


        The Gus Gus media-circus event happened last friday night in Reykjavik
with various press and company people from all over the place present on a
pleasantly mild and clear Reykjavik evening. The venue is something of a
landmark on the city skyline, being a large dome built upon six huge watertanks
on a hill overlooking the city. The top floor is a revolving restaurant that
does a complete 360 degree circuit every two hours, and in the basement there is
an artificial geyser that shoots up a jet of water about 20 metres every now and
then. The gig was on the ground floor, and was packed out - an odd combination
of biz people and Reykjavik's 'exuberant' youth. The Gus Gus live event largely
consists of two banks of keyboards and samplers, occasional guitar and a
plethora of vocalists and dancers, and the set was more or less the album jigged
about (although the versions of the tracks often so radically different as to be
almost unrecognisable). Emiliana Torrini guested on vocals on 'Why' and 'Is
Jesus Your Pal', and the show ended with a storming version of the Orbital-esque
'Purple' by which time the stage was overrun by people dancing about. The
visuals were good, and earlier they showed the video for 'Believe' which is a
bit bizarre. There were moments when the show creaked a little, but on the whole
it was pretty damn fine.
        Whilst in Iceland, I picked up Emiliana Torrini's second solo album,
'Merman', which is a nice, if brief mixture of covers and originals. They
showcase her voice well, and some of the tracks are really impressive. But
covers of things like Joni Mitchell's 'Chelsea Morning' are a little pointless.
Most people know the original, and a new version does little for it. On the
other hand, 'Red Woman Red' is plain weird - delivered in a manic croak that
sounds like Jarboe at her most demented. Worth a listen.
        I also got the latest album by Kolrassa Krokridandi called Kold Eru
Kvennarad which contains a mixture of songs in Icelandic and English. Imagine a
cross between Hole and Tsunami with a bit of violin thrown in for good measure.
They're exceptionally good, and I hope somebody lets the world outside of
Iceland hear their music soon. The 'Sign Kolrassa' campaign starts here.

- Dez


Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 16:37:10 -0500
From: Christopher Tygh (ctygh@COV.COM)
Subject: need HNIA universal frequencies EP in Wash,DC -Reply


Try Ollson's Books and Records on 19th Street in Dupont Circle area or
on Wisconsin Ave. in Georgetown.  Tower Records at 2000
Pennsylavania Ave.  also carries some imports.

Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 17:04:44 -0400
From: Zarqa Javed (javedz@ROCKVAX.ROCKEFELLER.EDU)
Subject: Used CD's in NYC


Are there any decent, well-stocked used CD stores outside of the St. Mark's
area of the village in NYC? Plus where in NY can I get 4AD
imports...nauseously dizzy with the Kim's/Tower/Virgin circuitous route.


Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 17:55:50 -0500
From: MS VICTORIA M FAVELL (KSES56F@PRODIGY.COM)
Subject: Thislisty Free Show In Los Angeles


For all that are interested and have nothing to do in Los Angeles,
the local band "Paige" will be playing a free show at Spaceland
tonight, Mon. February 3rd. "Paige" will be going on at 9:00 p.m.,
and will be followed by the band "Six Volt Sunbeam". Call (213) 413-
4442 for more information.

Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 14:28:39 -0800
From: Jens Alfke (jens@MOOSEYARD.COM)
Subject: Re: wang chung bashing (was: thedeadcandancethedeadcandance..).


Tom Weibrecht, whose shift key is in for repairs, wrote:
>to assert  that "pathetic crap" is starting "to come
>back in style" begs the question of who decides what is "style"? you?

Heck no; if it were me there'd be a '40s revival and we'd be wearing zoot
suits instead of lame oversized corduroy pants dragging on the ground.
Styles seem to be caused by terminally jaded clubgoers in big cities who
look desperately for something, anything, that's been lying dormant for a
while and revive it without any thought to its intrinsic quality.

>did you live through the 70s? what were so bad about them?

Oh man. I could write a book. The '70s were the hangover from the
ridiculous ideals of the '60s, a time when the conformity of the '50s had
been overthrown and people wanted to do their own thing but didn't have
any intrinsic taste or style yet. The '70s were UGLY. Oak paneled
kitchens with avocado-green or harvest-gold appliances. Self indulgence
at all levels. Bad guitar solos. Bad hair. The whole "superstar"
psychosis. Thank god for the Ramones and the Sex Pistols is all I can say.

>alot of what i hear
>2day (and ill limit my comments to music) owe ALOT to the 70s, and the 80s
>for that matter...music is about evolution, not spontaneous
>combustion

Where did this come from? You're arguing against something I didn't say.

>...and 4ad was, imo, not an "alternative" to that  "cheez wizz"...it was
>just as much a part of that historical era...

Tell that to the people who listened to 4AD back then. By your argument,
4AD or whatever cool music we listen to now isn't an alternative to
Mariah Carey or Alanis Morisette or Pearl Jam or Metallica or Snoop Doggy
Dogg, it's all part of the mid-90s historical era. How perceptive.

>convince me that there is no influence from any
>60s, 70s, or 80s artists in any 4ad artist's output

Did I say there wasn't? Did you _read_ my post or just skim it?

My point is that there was a tremendous amount of cheesy crap music
generated in the '80s that was reviled by the people at the time who
listened to stuff on labels like 4AD or SST or Homestead or Wax Trax. Now
for some reason a lot of that stuff has become "retro" and trendy. My
hunch is that a lot of the people buying into this trend were preteens in
the '80s and absorbed the stuff unjudgmentally. But heck, I was a preteen
through most of the '70s and I didn't end up liking Boston or Journey or
Styx!

I'm obviously not saying that all '80s music was crap, probably about the
same proportion of crap as in the '90s or '70s. (And as always, most of
the stuff that made the charts or commercial radio airplay was crap.)
There were a lot of great bands in the '80s like Bauhaus, Cocteau Twins,
PIL, Sonic Youth, King Crimson, Tones On Tail, Laurie Anderson, the
(early) Smiths, Cabaret Voltaire...


Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 14:21:31 -0800
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Subject: (Media Release) It's soooo Crazy It Just Might Work: A Musicians

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Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 15:21:49 -0800
From: Jens Alfke (jens@MOOSEYARD.COM)
Subject: Re: Ulrike Meinhof [Cindytalk questions.]


Karl Reiner Lang writes:
>Ulrike M. reached some fame as an outspoken, caring journalist trying
>to fight unjustice in an increasingly brutal, capitalistic West-German
>post-Nazi society during the 1960's.

Of course it's "post-Nazi", since 1960 > 1945. What's your point? I
presume the only reason you're saying this is as a cheap shot, to throw
in a loaded word.

And as for "increasingly brutal" do you have anything specific to share
with us? Germany in the 1960s was a very comfortable place with a high
standard of living and a generous welfare system. Sterile, perhaps, but
hardly brutal. J G Ballard has proposed that the terrorists of the
'60s-'70s may have come about as a semi-psychotic reaction against, and
paradoxical result of, the sterility and conformity of this environment.
Which is an explanation but hardly an excuse.

Note also that the Baader-Meinhof gang were supported and sheltered by
the East German state, which only the most deluded could describe as in
any way less "brutal" or "Nazi" than the West.

>Eventually, she got convinced that
>peaceful actions won't change anything and that violent means are necessary,
>and thus started a more pro-active political collaboration with
>Andreas Baader and others.

By "pro-active political collaboration" I take it you mean terrorism, the
kidnapping and murder of innocent civilians? This kind of sugar coating
really disgusts me.

As someone whose roots are German (although I spent only my first few
years there), and as someone who believes in peaceful approaches to
conflicts and in freedom from violence, I'm really offended by those who
try to paint murder and torture as excusable political actions.


Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 19:32:36 -0500
From: dan klyn (owilde@UMICH.EDU)
Subject: Re: Used CD's in NYC


        there's a little shop in greenwich village called "Rebel Rebel"
        which has alot of kooky rare stuff. i cant guarantee very
        much 4ad (i didnt see much when there last winter), but if
        you like british pop generally, or david bowie/suede/smiths
        specifically, you'll go nuts.

        i know i did



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        "Smash the control images Samsh the control machine"
                          W.S. Burroughs


      Daniel B. Klyn--Dept. of Comparative Realities--LSD Univ.
 ***********************************************************************

Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 16:35:07 -0800
From: dans (dans@EUROPA.COM)
Subject: Re: need HNIA universal frequencies EP in Wash,DC


At 01:15 PM 2/3/97 -0500, you wrote:
>hello fellow liszties----
>
>i have a problem.  my HNIA ep got a big scuff on it and now track 3 won't
play.
>
I'd try something first--get some 400 grade wet/dry sandpaper and try to
buff out the scuff.  CDs use an 'Archimedes Spiral'--that is the groove
with the pits and lands starts at the center and goes counterclockwise to
the outside edge of the disc.
Buff the cd gently ONLY in direction of the groove, NOT across it (outside
to inside=NONO).  What you've got is a cross lateral scratch that keeps
fooling the laser into re-reading it.
This may ruin the disc and if the scratch goes too deep you're out of luck.
 But $.69 of sandpaper may just rescue your $16 CD.
dans
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Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 20:03:01 -0600
From: "William B. Tubbs" (wbt60@earthlink.net)
Subject: Moose


I just picked up a CDS by Moose titled "Reprise" because I thought there
was some connection to thislisty type artists.  I'm especially taken by
the track "Do You Remember?"  Can anybody suggest what other releases I
might want to check out?  Is there a discography anywhere out there?

Thanks

Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 16:42:20 -0600
From: "Jose A. Garcia Triana Camil" (jgcamil@MAIL.UTEXAS.EDU)
Subject: Sale/Auction/Trade


      =20
        Due to financial problems, I have to part with these two Items:

Various Artists -Facing The Wrong Way (import)
        Scheer-Take you anywhere
        Throwing Muses- Snakeface
        RHP- Summer dress              =20
        Tarnation- The well
        Air Miami- You sewwt little heartbreaker
        Mojave 3- Love songs on the radio
        Belly- Super connected
        TWP- Christianity (Wicked man Remix) (Awsome!)
        Heidi Berri- Miracle
        Liquorice- Cheap cuts
        Kendra Smith- Valley of the morning sun
        The Amps- Empty glasses

Bjork- The best mixes from post (import)
        Human Behaviour (Underworld mix)
        One Day (Endophrin mix Sabres of paradise)
        Come to me (Black dog mix)
        Come to me (Sabres of paradise mix)
        The Anchor song (Black dog mix)
        One day (Springs eternal mix)

Both cd=B4s are in perfectly good condition (digipak & disc)
Please reply to me privately at
        jgcamil@mail.utexas.edu

Pepe
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"May The Force Be With You... Always"
                Obi Wan Kenobi
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Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 20:49:49 -0500
From: Rich Holtzman (Richieis1@AOL.COM)
Subject: The Site is...


Okay, by now you should realize that things rarely happen on time at 4AD.  A
few people have been hard at work trying to get that thing going but we ran
into a few snags.  The site will still be availble at 4ad.com  since we had
to move servers it has taken a lot of time to reconfigure some things that
were set up by people no longer involved.  We will have that thing rolling as
soon as possible, promise.

rich

Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 21:20:32 -0500
From: Rich Holtzman (Richieis1@AOL.COM)
Subject: Gus Gus


Not meaning to sound like a promoter but the Gus Gus show was something
special.  Baldur told me that some of the 4AD list were planning on
attending, I hope it was true.  If any of you have the opportunity to go see
this band in Iceland go (maybe there will be a show in the summer).  I won't
go on about the show because I don't think I could express what happened,
I'll leave that for someone who is a bit more eloquent.

Rich


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