Saturday, April 30, 2005

Police in Greece are giving away free folk music CDs in a attempt to calm motorists before the annual Orthodox Easter exodus.

give your ipod that . sharp!

= nine inch nails/ray parker jr. mash-up. surprisingly good.

sexy results! takes on . scroll down for the priceless bit on higher learning, a film that routinely comes up in conversations i have with friends about things that are trite beyond belief.

Friday, April 29, 2005

(thanks, frankie.)

meet . she's super dope.
"I think you can say that I am trendy. That's why so many young people call me 'Auntie Cool.'"


props to philip sherburne for his sf weekly cover story on .

video: . man, the muppet show was so fucking rad. bring it back!
(via .)

. uh, wow.

the washington post: .
Millions of people still get their music online from a file-sharing service or site -- and in the process, put up with an often dubious selection, spyware-ridden software and the unpleasant reality that the artists who made that music won't make a cent off each such download. After two years of progress, what's still missing with the legit online stores?

from rockstar games is a flash-based sampler/sequencer app. pretty awesome.

airs sunday.

Thursday, April 28, 2005

the guys at plug research are .

, , and have written calling for the end of sexual discrimination at the source. more than 1200 people have signed it so far.

i was in an old navy yesterday (cut me some slack -- they have cheap, good quality socks) and i heard a le tigre song on the in-store pay-for-play tape loop. "wow," i thought to myself. "i didn't realize le tigre was marketing to the total stupid-ass contingency." but apparently they absofuckinglutely are. looks like . yowza mclamely!
(via .)

p. diddy is partnering with pitbull to launch . seems like an ingenious move.
Pitbull, who will sign artists, handle the marketing and help run the label, said that Combs’ involvement can only help Latino artists. ... "I see it as someone with vision who sees where music is going," Pitbull told the Miami Herald.

(via .)

read my short article about teen lit sensation in the new issue of wired.

: pimping jewish mysticism since march, 2005. the company's press release offers .
"It’s got a light citrus taste and no after-taste like so many other energy drinks," says Darin Ezra, the director of the company. "You get the power of Kabbalah water, incredible energy and a great taste," adds Ezra.

(thanks, betrue.)

popmatters has a new .
(thanks, glenn.)

only the most web-savvy 8-year-old will be able to crack 's age-check.

it's not new, but it's still a hot song for a fine april 28: produced by rick rock. why is this not on the radio every ten seconds?

best url ever: . and what a heartwarming story!
(via .)

Wednesday, April 27, 2005

seriously, how the fuck did this happen?
Rob Thomas makes Billboard 200 history this week as the first male artist from a pop or rock group to bow at No. 1 with his debut solo effort since the chart's realization in 1955.

. pitchfork sez, chuckle-inducingly:
On the monotonous "Point of No Return", it's not enough to repeat the title over and over (and over), he even goes on to explain it, in case you were confused: "You can't go back even if you wanted to." There's reinforcing the humorless German stereotype and then, it seems, there's Alec Empire.

i got the new white stripes album -- get behind me satan -- sent to me today at work. in lieu of cd-r advances, the band's publicity firm sent vinyl copies out to writers and editors. it's a pretty interesting low tech anti-piracy tactic, which was also used to promote elephant. i haven't listened to the music yet, but the cover is ridiculously cool looking.

the onion av club's rocks hard.
(thanks, jason.)

available for download at
hugh masakela - the boys doin' it (carl craig mix)
dub pistols - six million ways to live (paul daley mix)
prince - sign o the times
ciara - 1, 2 step (dub)
deep purple - hush
the beastie boys rub n' tug macho mix
ying yang twins - wait
amerie - one thing (dub)
the meters - oh calcutta! (loop)
scorpio loop / eric b and rakim loop
kenny dope presents the mad racket - supa
krs 1 - sound of da police (loop)
dillinger - punky reggae party
roxanne shante - have a nice day / country joe and the fish live @ woodstock intro
led zeppelin - trampled underfoot / schoolly d loop
the fall - how i wrote elasticman (loop)
ian dury and the blockheads - hit me with your rhythm stick

"support the arts and enjoy curse words" -- buy a cd copy of the edit of nwa's straight outta compton.

infinity broadcasting is launching in san francisco next month.
The station's producers will screen submitted content to ensure it meets quality standards and does not violate FCC broadcast guidelines. Approved podcasts will be simultaneously broadcast over the AM airwaves and streamed online at

from the whatthefuckingfuck files:
(thanks, colin.)

tonight, lcd soundsystem makes its late night tv debut on . also on the show: amy sedaris and .

damn, i didn't realize that the original version has sold 290,000 copies in the united states alone.
Highlights include the Extended Overhaul edit of "Organ Door" which Shadow created for Mo' Wax founder James Lavelle to use in his DJ sets, Cut Chemist's Party Mix of "The Number Song," Peshay's previously unreleased remix of "What Does Your Soul Look Like" and demos or alternate versions of "Building Steam With a Grain of Salt," "Best Foot Forward," "Changeling," "Why Hip-Hop Sucks In '96," "Mutual Slump" and "Napalm Brain."

(via .)

Tuesday, April 26, 2005

cyndustries has scanned copies of , an electronic music magazine from the '70s. interviews with robert moog, tomita, and brian eno, as well as a bit on "making music with calculators." stellar stuff.

: "vertical door conversion made easy." wow, they even have a kit for my hyundai accent! the customer testimonials at the bottom of the main page are pretty hahalarious.
(via .)

more cartoon music madness: you can eat!
(via .)

george lucas . he also confirms that he's set to lame the fuck out on an upcoming episode of the o.c.
The plot: Lucas becomes interested in a graphic novel written by Seth (Adam Brody) and invites him to dinner to offer some sage advice. Seth is forced to choose between taking Summer to the prom or hanging with George.

the st. petersburg times has a cool
"We still are people who get drunk or stoned and lie on the couch all day and play video games," says writer John Krewson, who wears a sweat shirt with a drawing of a rifle that reads: "Defend Brooklyn."

read in the new issue of wired.

: download songs from "sealab 2021," "robot chicken," and more. there are some superrad remixes of schoolly d's "aqua teen hunger force" theme.

the guardian on , which apparently "began as a craze on the uk garage music scene."
Welcome to the disturbing world of the "happy slappers" - a youth craze in which groups of teenagers armed with camera phones slap or mug unsuspecting children or passersby while capturing the attacks on 3g technology.

this article marks the first time i've ever heard of anti-bullying organzations. i'd love to know more about them.
(thanks, sean.)

Monday, April 25, 2005

the-glade is selling a limited edition . .
With CD sales slumping in the last four years and record stores losing customers to file-sharing and video games, Starbucks is an unusual retail success story.

(via .)

if you're in new york this weekend, head to the tank and check out for a look at what's popping in the geektastic world of circuit bending.
The term circuit bending refers to the act of modifying the circuitry of battery-powered children’s toys to create strange, new, and unintended sounds for creative purposes

afterhours dancing at the popular glastonbury festival won't wake the neighbors. and dance in total silence.

take the phat phree's . i only got one answer wrong. also, don't miss

michaelangelo matos' is a rad read. relevant links provided by oliver wang.

there's some slint gear . from their pr rep:
Fans of the band can seize this unique opportunity to own their piece of the Slint legacy including guitars played by David Pajo and Brian McMahan. While none of the items are currently autographed, the band member who used each specific item is willing to sign it upon the request of the winning bidder.

is a san francisco-based dvd-by-mail rental service that specializes in anime, porn, classic horror, and other off-the-radar fare that netflix doesn't carry. they also offer a lot of cult movies through their video-on-demand service.

Wednesday, April 20, 2005

over at hiphopdx: reginald c. dennis, former music editor for the source, tells the story of . fascinating reading.
"The problem I’m referring to is Dave Mays’ troubling association with Boston criminal Raymond Scott a.k.a. Ray Dogg the Jackal a.k.a. Ray Benzino."

supermasterpiece has uncovered the performed by none other than satchmo. winktown!
(via .)

lee hazlewood fans, take note: is ridiculously (in a good way) comprehensive.

stylus is .
(thanks, sean.)

the boston phoenix on .
What galled Ethan Kreitzer about Flowers’s diss was the implication that the Bravery are ripping off the Killers. "We were sound-checking [the Bravery’s current hit] ‘An Honest Mistake’ at Jewish summer camps in July 2003," he says — that is, before the Killers were even a blip on the radar.

(via .)

has some especially good music up today. the rapture/mobb deep mash-up is hawt!

author brian anderson makes a case for .
The fact that one of the most popular programs in America among young adult viewers regularly skewers the Left is of enormous cultural significance. It would not have been possible in an old media era.

martin leung, aka , is completely off the radometer.

everyone's a critic: is a blog that reviews pitchfork's record reviews. great idea!

sony is launching which will enable everquest ii players to buy game commodities, currency, and characters from each other. the company estimates that this is a $200 million per year market.

also see: julian dibbell's 2003 wired article about

the sunday times in the uk has an interesting
“'There’s a danger of the internet just becoming loud, ugly and boring with a thousand voices screaming for attention.' He is no fan of the blogging phenomenon (weblogs linking sites): 'I don’t read them. I like to create waves and not surf them. And who are these influential bloggers? You can’t name one because they don’t exist.'”

(via .)

these are super rad.

yahoo is planning to

Tuesday, April 19, 2005

online piracy funds terrorism: xl is offering from m.i.a.'s album for download. note: if you can't get the page to work, try turning off your pop-up blocker.
(via .)

reebok has , in response to a call for a boycott by a british group called mothers against guns.
A spokesman for Reebok said: "The Reebok 'I Am What I Am' advertising campaign is intended to be a positive and empowering celebration of this right of freedom of self expression, individuality and authenticity. ... The advert shows the rapper counting up to nine - seen as a reference to him having been shot nine times.

the beach boys musical, called – surprise! – good vibrations, after a measly three month run.

watch – frontline's look at marketing and advertising. there's some cool accompanying written content; the bit about is especially interesting.
30 years after the [Pepsi Challenge] commercials debuted, neuroscientist Read Montague was still thinking about them. Something didn't make sense. If people preferred the taste of Pepsi, the drink should have dominated the market. It didn't. So in the summer of 2003, Montague gave himself a 'Pepsi Challenge' of a different sort: to figure out why people would buy a product they didn't particularly like.

not new, but still fun: plug an artist's name into the and find other acts you might like.

Monday, April 18, 2005

the flaming lips' hits stores tomorrow. blazing traxxx!!!
(via .)

the houston chronicle's andrew dansby on .
We talk about Wilco because its captain, Jeff Tweedy, is the kind of guy who would talk about Wilco even if he weren't in the band. But because he's in the band, he probably ends up talking about Wilco more than any of us.

, courtesy of yuppiepunk.
John Kerry's former running mate John Edwards is a total hesher as well. He knows every word of every song on "Ride the Lightning." His favorite track: "Trapped Under Ice."

8-track heaven: everything you ever wanted to know about

Sunday, April 17, 2005

cafepress: for all your needs. .

the new york times on , an on-demand printing company. (click past the ad wall).
According to Robert Holt, BookSurge's managing director, the company has created proprietary software programs that automate the printing process to the point where even single-copy print orders are profitable, even though the book's final price is comparable to that of books produced through traditional means.

a michigan appeals court dismisses deangelo bailey's lawsuit against eminem. the ruling upholds a 2003 decision by a rappin' judge:
"The lyrics are stories no-one would take as fact/They're an exaggeration of a childish act," circuit judge Deborah Servitto said at the time.

(thanks, sattler.)

Saturday, April 16, 2005

new inspired by frogger provides smiles.
(via .)

is an edited version of nwa's straight outta compton with all the non-swear words cut out. fucking rad.
(via .)

dallas austin is .

[But] there's more on Austin's plate than just Korn. His resurrected record label, Rowdy, will release ... the latest from Dropsonic, a trio of rockers from Atlanta described as a cross between Zeppelin and Radiohead.

also see google's directory of music that has been described as .

nike is partnering with wal-mart to deliver a new .
After arguing for years that its brand would be devalued if it sold shoes in discount chains, Nike Inc. has arrived at Wal-Mart Stores Inc. But you won't see the swoosh.

Wal-Mart customers at more than 400 stores nationwide can buy a $37 pair of Starter sneakers engineered by Nike and introduced last month. The world's largest maker of athletic apparel bought the Starter brand last year with the aim of entering the value end of retail.

continues to elicit chuckles.

m-audio just released , a tactile control deck for garageband. looks super slick.
(thanks, mike.)

the video for daft punk's is hawt. big mike sez:
the new dp album seems to be a mix of good and not-so-good songs, but "robot rock" sums up what's good about life and the video has a good vibe too.

bbc collective on . think: joanna newsom, devendra banhart, and cocorosie.

(thanks, mike.)

Friday, April 15, 2005

infoshop news on unknown bands who attract buzz by .
Alternative rock musician 500 Won Project is hardly well known in his native South Korea, let alone the rest of the world. Yet some of his songs are being widely downloaded and shared online, generating the kind of exposure that newcomers only dream of. But fans are buzzing over the wrong band. They think they're getting unreleased songs by popular groups Sigur Ros and Mogwai because 500 Won Project's MP3s list their names as the artists.

(via .)

billboard offers new details about the upcoming white stripes joint, .
The piano and tambourine accents on "My Doorbell" gave off a Motown vibe, while on the acoustic guitar and piano-tinged "Forever for Her (Is Over for Me)," Jack's singing nodded to the impassioned style of Prince a la "Purple Rain."

(via .)

if you haven't given a try, please do. wallpaper has this to say about ethan marunas' weird/awesome one-man band:
Imagine if fate had been kinder and Ian Curtis was still with us and recording with Money Mark, producing lo-fi paeans to the everyday struggles of life and love writ through with a wry irony. A crooner for our times, Baby Dayliner's monotone voice and cranky instrumentation belies a hopeless romantic who would make Serge Gainsbourg and Leonard Cohen smile.

that whole horrible rosa parks vs. outkast lawsuit .
Civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks and Sony BMG Entertainment have settled a lawsuit over OutKast's use of her name in the group's work. As part of the settlement, a tribute CD and a TV broadcast special will be produced, her guardian said Thursday.

(thanks, ken.)

gran faro has posted a directory of , from air to weird al. some broken links inside, but loads of great clips nonetheless. (and certainly the most comprehensive iron maiden collection going!)
(thanks, sean.)

check out a few pics from the filming of substance abuse and kool keith's video.
(thanks, john.)

Thursday, April 14, 2005

trailer for , gus van sant's movie about a kurt cobain-like character.
(thanks, sattler.)

pitchfork mars black's folks music, the first hip-hop release on conor oberst's team love record label.
Lyrically, the heartland MC puts too much stock in tired axioms like keeping it real and knowing your history. "I'm givin' you my life, not a pack of lies," he says on "Crack the Whip". Turns out the life of a Nebraska rapper just isn't that exciting.

new frontline on features interviews from liz nord's documentary .
(via ).

numark's new prototype is a great idea.
(thanks, matt.)

check out on npr's all things considered.

the economist says that the future of innovation lies with
Open-source software development is already well-known. Less so is the fact that Bell, an American bicycle-helmet maker, has collected hundreds of ideas for new products from its customers, and is putting several of them into production. Or that Electronic Arts (EA), a maker of computer games, ships programming tools to its customers, posts their modifications online and works their creations into new games. And so on.

(via .)

Wednesday, April 13, 2005

vestax's prototype guitaresque turntable thingamafuck is off the dj geekery meter. that thing can't have an actual record on it, right? it's gotta be a digital controller for cd scratching. regardless, it's pretty damn rad.

, aka hip-hop underlings.
Think Junior Mafia, D-12 or Funkdoobiest. These guys are classic examples of weed carriers.

(thanks, noah.)

the san diego union tribune on how local broadcast radio basically, the strategy is to play a broader range of shitty music than they used to.
In the old days, Star 100.7 would focus on about 200 songs at a time, with hits such as Green Day's "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" getting 50 spins a week. Now, the 100.7 Jack FM playlist is at 1,200 songs and counting, with old Steely Dan and newish No Doubt tunes sharing airspace with U2's "Beautiful Day" and vintage disco from KC and the Sunshine Band. The most popular songs get just five spins a week.

stream the new
(via )

Coldplay is releasing the first track from its Capitol album "X&Y" as a 30-second master ringtone a full week before the entire song can be heard on the radio. "Speed of Sound," the lead single from the new album, is being offered exclusively to Cingular Wireless subscribers.

(thanks, sattler.)

is an amazing archive of brazilian hip-hop.

related: derek pardue of image & narrative has written a on the graphic design of brazilian rap cd covers, focusing on the "two major competing styles of hip-hop design in Brazil - 'marginal' and 'positive.'"

cnet has a three-part series on
(via )

mtv's launching , a web channel that aims to replicate the tv-on-demand experience.
Viewers also can opt to assemble their own playlists from any program or video offered on MTV Overdrive, allowing them to bypass content they're not interested in but retaining the advertising.

1up's feature on is pretty comprehensvive, but where's ?

Tuesday, April 12, 2005

last week, the state of idaho passed a resolution
WHEREAS, the friendship between Napoleon and Pedro has furthered multiethnic relationships; and
WHEREAS, Uncle Rico's football skills are a testament to Idaho athletics; and
WHEREAS, Napoleon's bicycle and Kip's skateboard promote better air quality and carpooling as alternatives to fuel-dependent methods of transportation

i hate to be a hater, but i thought napoleon dynamite was way annoying.
(via )

the onion av club's includes some super choices, like edan and bloc party.

good pitchfork piece on the stuff about moby's cloying earnestness is spot-on and the "wrathful durst" bit made a close friend shoot a snot rocket.
The weird surprise with artist blogs is that so few of them are surprising at all-- apart from those seemingly highbrow musicians who turn out to be terrible writers, most of them relate to their audiences the same way they do on record.

(thanks, sattler.)

wired news on
The premise behind Joke-e-oke is that, at some level, everyone wants to be a comedian. It's a form of entertainment software that allows people, momentarily, to realize this ambition while emulating the classic comedy routines of their favorite comedians.

french skate company mekanism has issued a limited edition . hot lookin'!
(via )

Monday, April 11, 2005

hot song alert: featuring dfa/lcd's james murphy on vocals. grooveattack has the .

looks like a may be the real reason benzino's "I plan on creating another magazine that has my voice," he claims. uh, you mean whiny, derivative, and irrelevant? sweet!

david byrne has an unsurprisingly, he's got great taste.

there's a new batman begins out. i'm really excited to see this movie.
(via )

sfgate article from a few weeks back about the
Is it the dumbest test-marketing scheme in Sony history? Is it a silly corporate ploy to gauge fan interest two years after the album should have been released?

slate explains what quitting the directors' guild
(via )

the columbia spectator tells the story of label general manager adam shore says:
“I feel like there has been created, in the past two to three years, an indie-yuppie establishment. Bands like Death Cab for Cutie, Iron and Wine, the Arcade Fire, Broken Social Scene, they are great bands, really great bands, with great albums, great songs, high quality. And to me, it’s just so fucking boring."

(thanks, ken.)

what's on george bush's ipod? i love music has kindly copied and pasted the new york times' latest
The president also has an eclectic mix of songs downloaded into his iPod from Mark McKinnon, a biking buddy and his chief media strategist during the 2004 campaign. Among them are "Circle Back" by John Hiatt, "(You're So Square) Baby, I Don't Care" by Joni Mitchell and "My Sharona," the 1979 song by the Knack that Joe Levy, a deputy managing editor at Rolling Stone in charge of music coverage, cheerfully branded "suggestive if not outright filthy" in an interview last week.

(thanks, ken.)

Sunday, April 10, 2005

the new york times magazine and the art of narrowcasting. (registration required)

profile of michael pilmer,
Encyclopedic knowledge made Pilmer a natural choice as Web master for the band's fan site.

(via )

has some good tuneage.

the chicago tribune on music's they're a little late on covering mp3 blogs, but the article's got some pretty interesting stuff about the pitchfork effect:
Josh Rosenfeld, co-owner of Seattle-based Barsuk Records, says one Texas record store initially refused to stock one of his releases, Travis Morrison's 2004 release "Travistan," because it received a 0.0 review from Pitchfork. ...

"A Rolling Stone review doesn't necessarily sell a single record for us," he says. "But with Pitchfork, you get a review, and you can see the impact on sales."

adult swim announced this week. i'm looking forward to seeing what they do with the boondocks. also, looks like there might be an aqua teen hot!

Saturday, April 09, 2005

wanna be on mtv? check the channel's current for hot opportunities.
Calling All Fans of the Ying Yang Twins!
Write us ASAP for your chance to be on a new show with them

scotland's sunday herald posted an awesome list a few years back. it's a swell resource if you're looking for new music to get into. incidentally, i love music nerd lists -- if you find any other good ones, please send them to me.

a fan site dedicated to scott walker and the walker brothers. scott's late-'60s output is some of my favorite music in existence.

and guess which list you'll find christafari on.
(via .)

Friday, April 08, 2005

is selling some amazing '60s music on ebay, in the popular cd format.
(thanks, rey.)

n+1 on
(thanks, sean.)

freshjive's being for parodying the stussy logo on one of their t-shirts, despite the fact that stussy has remixed the gucci, chanel, and louis vuitton logos in past designs.
(thanks, jake.)

new york times magazine on the article's a few weeks old, but it's a good read.

improv everywhere's
(thanks, noah.)

video: live. looks like his show is a lot of fun.
(thanks, sean)

could be any more annoying? a quick look at their web site indicates that no, they could not be.

dax pierson benefit shows start today. check out for info. if you're in oakland tonight, maybe i'll see you at the newagey / why? / bomarr show.

jason kottke's of last night's lessig / tweedy / johnson conversation at the nypl (presented by wired).

video: (you'll have to click past the ad wall). we had the 12inch for this track at the college radio station i used to work at. i loved it so much that i dug in the ebay crates and found my own copy. had no idea there was a video though. and what a video it is!
(thanks, ken.)

turns out that maynard james keenan isn't really leaving tool to follow jesus. kurt loder, that's who.
(thanks, betrue.)

Wednesday, April 06, 2005

a web site dedicated to the new wave band that the office's ricky gervais was a member of.

(thanks, rey.)

i'm mad they kicked off of top model tonight. that is all i have to say about that.

= gorgeous.

(thanks, blumby.)

the terrifically unlistenable music of the chinese singer who was recently portrayed as a character on south park.

(via ) has of hasidic reggae rapper matisyahu's recent performance on jimmy kimmel live. uh, wow.

(thanks, sattler.)

web prank -- . there's gonna be a lot of crying 15-year-olds out there when they figure out that this is a joke.

(thanks, fantasy sandwich.)

"People hear the name C-Murder and they don't realize that the name simply means that I have seen many murders in my native Calliope projects neighborhood."

(thanks, shit ridiculous.)

sick of the karen o song from the spike jonze-directed adidas commercial. (anyone know if the song has an official name?)

(via )

is a table that you use as novel interface for listening to music. you don't even have to take the cd out of its jewel case. pretty cool.

Tuesday, April 05, 2005

if you have mtv2, you need to see yourself some freakin' hilarious.

video: live in concert. the new edan album, beauty and the beat is insanely good.

classic mcsweeney's:

in city pages: a great piece on .

I mean, I wasn't supposed to use things for which people died, to manipulate liberal guilt and draw attention to myself, was I? Yet here she is, bluntly and matter-of-factly doing what I've been too fastidious to do, and at the end of all of this, I find myself applauding her.

no web link (yet), but jeff from waxploitation just emailed me this press release:

Danger Mouse and Cee-Lo Join Forces for new Collaboration;
Release Planned for Summer 2005

Famed artist/producer Danger Mouse and the one-of-a-kind, flamboyant Cee-Lo announced today they are putting together a collaborative album under the name The Gnarls Barkley.

can't wait to hear it!

video: solid gold plate of tasty jingoism or elaborate art prank? you decide.

cd-quality of fiona apple's "extraordinary machine" are available. thanks for the link, mister believe.

Monday, April 04, 2005

dj format's new "dance dance revolution"-inspired video, " is a lot of fun. it was directed by keith schofield, who has also worked with the notwist. has put some online. check the archives link.

i helped edit an essay by thurston moore about for wired. be sure to check out the print edition; mark wasyl's page design is awesome.

courtney love will play linda lovelace in a about the "deep throat" star. i betcha it'll be pretty sucky (pun mildly intended).

, which is super exciting. also, pitchfork's is a decent read.

is hilarious. some sample headlines: "Franz Ferdinand are just great aren't they?" and "Franz Ferdinand eat sandwiches!"

is a jesus-rap remake of sir mix-a-lot's best-loved hit. it's a certified wince-inducer but also kind of charming. the rapper is a youth minister (of course).

the is on some serious "holy shit" type shit, f'real. courtesy of, which is a hilarious domain name.

Friday, April 01, 2005

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