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  • Bridge Of Sighs (Pre-Order) Bridge Of Sighs (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Bridge Of Sighs (Pre-Order)

    Bridge of Sighs is the second solo album by the English guitarist and songwriter Robin Trower. It was released in 1974. Bridge of Sighs, his second album after leaving Procol Harum, was a breakthrough album for Trower. Songs from this album, such as Bridge of Sighs, Too Rolling Stoned, Day of the Eagle and Little Bit of Sympathy, have become live concert staples for Trower.
    1. Day Of The Eagle (2007 Remastered Version)
    2. Bridge Of Sighs (2007 Remastered Version)
    3. In This Place (2007 Remastered Version)
    4. The Fool And Me (2007 Remastered Version)
    5. Too Rolling Stoned (2007 Remastered Version)
    6. About To Begin (2007 Remastered Version)
    7. Lady Love (2007 Remastered Version)
    8. Little Bit Of Sympathy (2010 Remastered Version)
    Robin Trower
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  • Down On The Upside (Awaiting Repress) Down On The Upside (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Down On The Upside (Awaiting Repress)

    Remastered Reissue On 180 Gram Vinyl


    After the huge commercial breakthrough of Superunknown-where Soundgarden expanded its attack to include pop hooks, psychedelic riffage, and production values-the foursome decided to work harder at rocking harder.


    From the opening chords of Pretty Noose, the group brings out the brawny guitars and slightly leavens them with sweet harmonies. With Rhinosaur, Kim Thayil churns out more guitar-hero riffs for young America to master. Zero Chance turns to the quiet side as Chris Cornell ruminates in a depressive mood: Born without a friend/And bound to die alone. Ty Cobb floors the acceleration with no brakes. Robin Trower's Bridge of Sighs is evoked within Tighten & Tighter, while No Attention ventures toward Rocks-era Aerosmith, an occasional Soundgarden touchstone.


    The album's obvious centerpiece, however, is Blow Up the Outside World, with its mix of acoustic and electric guitars; it builds toward a cathartic chorus that rings true of everything Soundgarden could ever be.

    LP 1
    1. Pretty Noose
    2. Rhinosaur
    3. Zero Chance
    4. Dusty
    5. Ty Cobb
    6. Blow Up The Outside World
    7. Burden In My Hand
    8. Never Named


    LP 2
    1. Applebite
    2. Never The Machine Forever
    3. Tighter & Tighter
    4. No Attention
    5. Switch Opens
    6. Overfloater
    7. An Unkind
    8. Boot Camp

    Soundgarden
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  • For Earth Below For Earth Below Quick View

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    For Earth Below


    The Robin Trower/friday Music 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl Series Continues


    Procol Harum's Legendary Guitarist Celebrating His Legendary 3rd Solo Smash!


    First Time 180 Gram Audiophile Release!


    Mastered From The Original Chrysalis Records Tapes By Joe Reagoso


    Whenever Robin Trower releases an album, it's always a musical event.
    As the third in a perfect hat trick of multifaceted career defining albums, the
    legendary British guitarist (co-founder of Procol Harum) unleashed one of the
    most popular albums in his ever enduring catalog in 1975, For Earth Below.


    This masterwork unites the guitar hero again with his powerful team
    of world class musicians, the late great James Dewar on simmering lead
    vocals & bass, and the powerful drum work of Bill Lordan. The brilliant guitar
    shredder and his amazing band truly throw down some of his classiest and
    hardest driving, best known repertoire for this Robin Trower and Procol
    Harum band mate production by Matthew Fisher.


    arum band mate production by Matthew Fisher.
    The album begins with his hard rocker Shame The Devil. The tune finds
    Robin Trower blazing on some very solid power riffs making this the ultimate
    opening track for the listener.


    The soulful hypnotic blues of It's Only Money has the tremendous voicing
    of Robin's guitar with Bill Lordan's fine percussive elements and James'
    signature vocal work throughout, truly making this one of the finest songs in
    Trower's four decade career as a solo artist.


    Always an astute bluesman, Robin Trower's Confessin' Midnight retains
    a solid groove which allows the progressive guitarist to power away with
    some very intricate fret work, making this album the classic that it is.


    Hard rock fusion continues with more classics like his powerful funk
    infused Alethea, the hard rock champion, Gonna Be More Suspicious, and
    the ultimate Trower title smash For Earth Below, truly rewarding his fans with
    another masterpiece album in his gold and platinum career!


    It is with much honor to announce the first time limited Anniversary Edition
    180 Gram Audiophile release of Robin Trower's classic, For Earth Below.
    As a continuation of our highly regarded Robin Trower/Friday Music 180
    Gram Audiophile Series, this fine recording is mastered from the original
    Chrysalis Records' tapes by Joe Reagoso (Robin Trower, Jeff Beck, Deep
    Purple, Yes) at Friday Music Studios and Capitol Records in Hollywood, CA.


    Also for this rare anniversary edition, we will be presenting the original
    LP cover artwork, not seen in decades, featuring all of the art elements you
    remember from this incredible 1975 smash album for Robin Trower.


    Robin Trower ..For Earth Below; A 180 Gram Audiophile Dream
    Release exclusively from your friends at Friday Music.

    1. Shame The Devil
    2. It's Only Money
    3. Confessin' Midnight
    4. Fine Day
    5. Alethea
    6. A Tale Untold
    7. Gonna Be More Suspicious
    8. For Earth Below
    Robin Trower
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  • A Salty Dog (On Sale) A Salty Dog (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    A Salty Dog (On Sale)


    Procol Harum Fuses Classical Structures, Rock Motifs, and Sweeping Melodies with Unparalleled Virtuosity: A Salty Dog Features Ravishing Symmetry Between Piano, Organ, Guitar, and Strings


    Mastered from the Original Master Tapes for Reference-Level Sound, Clarity, and Presence: Ultra-Dynamic Mobile Fidelity 180g Vinyl LP Limited to 3,000 Numbered Copies


    A call for all hands on deck opens Procol Harum's third album, and with that command, an effort that witnesses the band coming into its own as a collective capable of fusing classical structures with rock motifs via an expertise, virtuosity, and style matched by none of its peers is on its way to making history. A Salty Dog survives as proof no other artist ever sounded like Procol Harum - while also demonstrating few collectives boasted a lineup full of such ace instrumentalists. Stacked with exploratory themes, boundary-crossing directions, and sweeping melodies, A Salty Dog proudly veers off traditional course and ventures to intrepid places forbidden to even the most thrill-seeking groups of the highly experimental era.


    Mastered from the original master tapes, pressed at RTI, and strictly limited to 3,000 numbered copies, Mobile Fidelity's 180g vinyl LP takes its place as the definitive-sounding analog version of the record. The intertwined symmetry between organist Matthew Fisher and pianist Gary Brooker, central to every song on the set, gets revealed with newfound detail, openness, and clarity. Produced by Fisher, A Salty Dog now resonates with a presence and immediacy stunted on prior editions. The full-bodied tones, front-to-back imaging, and grand dynamics inherent on this audiophile edition elevate the 1969 favorite to landmark status. In addition, the evocative cover art, which pays homage to the Player's Navy Cut logo, is reproduced in faithful-to-the-original fashion.


    The cinematic breadth of the sonics parallels the scope of the bold arrangements, which include strings, recorders, bells, celeste, and a myriad of guitars. Brooker and Fisher split vocal duties, save for on Crucifiction Lane, which boasts a rare lead from marvel-in-the-making Robin Trower. The latter's prodigious guitar lines add another distinctive element to the compositions and further up the ante of the interplay between Brooker and Fisher. Trower accents tracks such as the topsy-turvy The Milk of Human Kindness with bluesy vibes and jolts Juicy John Pink by way of jukejoint energy. Not to be outdone, B.J. Wilson's still-unsung percussion draws from R&B and swing techniques to supply a natural albeit firm footing.


    For all the proficient playing and narrative storytelling, the most impressive feat surrounding A Salty Dog remains its accessible complexity and relative modesty. Procol Harum never comes across as pretentious, self-indulgent, or contrived. Anchored by Fisher's unique Hammond M102 organ riffs, the works function as a summation of their parts. Tunes like Wreck of the Hesperus serve as wondrously varied tapestries stitched with swelling chamber rhythms, barbed thickets of distortion, and thundering progressions. It's a ravishing picture of majestic subtlety and sheer power.


    NME wrote shortly after the record's release that the most exciting facet of this tremendous album is not so much that it contains the Procols' best recorded works to date, but that their potential is still nowhere near being fully spent. Rolling Stone concurred, observing, 'Too Much Between Us' is the kind of song you can float away on - its background and vocal of marimba and acoustic guitar in a perfectly understated waltz-time are beautifully ethereal.


    A notable footnote, Fisher departed Procol Harum shortly after the release of A Salty Dog, permanently impacting the band's trajectory and sound. His performances here are just one reason this inimitable album carries sway nearly five decades after its release.


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    1. A Salty Dog
    2. The Milk Of Human Kindness
    3. Too Much Between Us
    4. The Devil Came From Kansas
    5. Boredom
    6. Juicy John Pink
    7. Wreck Of The Hesperus
    8. All This And More
    9. Crucifiction Lane
    10. Pilgrim's Progress
    Procol Harum
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Seven Moons Seven Moons Quick View

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    Seven Moons

    Vinyl LP pressing of this 2008 album from this duo consisting of British Rock legends Jack Bruce (Cream) and Robin Trower (Procol Harum). The duo made two joint recordings in the early 1980's, and teamed up again for this record, this time with British drummer Gary Husband (Level 42). What makes Seven Moons such a success is that Bruce and Trower each play to their strengths, Bruce brings his distinctive croon/moan to bluesy, riff-oriented tunes dominated by Trower's playing. They conjure a power trio sound which touches on Cream and Hendrix yet draws from their own deep, dark wells of experience.
    1. Seven Moons

    2. Lives of Clay
    3. Distant Places of the Heart

    4. She's Not the One

    5. So Far to Yesterday
    6. Just Another Day
    7. Perfect Place
    8. The Last Door
    9. Bad Case of Celebrity
    10. Come to Me

    11. I'm Home
    Jack Bruce & Robin Trower
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  • Robin Trower Live! Robin Trower Live! Quick View

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    Robin Trower Live!


    The Robin Trower/Friday Music 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl Series Continues


    Celebrating His Legendary Live Album


    First Time 180 Gram Audiophile Release!


    Mastered From The Original Chrysalis Records Tapes By Joe Reagoso


    Whenever Robin Trower releases an album, it's always a musical event.
    As the fourth in a stunning flow of multifaceted career defining albums, the
    legendary British guitarist (co-founder of Procol Harum) unleashed one of the
    most popular albums in his ever enduring catalog with 1976's Robin Trower
    Live!


    Recorded absolutely live in Stockholm, this masterwork unites the guitar
    hero with his powerful team of world class musicians, the late great James
    Dewar on simmering lead vocals & bass and the powerful drum work of Bill
    Lordan. The brilliant guitar shredder and his amazing band truly throw down
    some of his classiest and hardest drivin,g best known repertoire for this Robin
    Trower, produced by Geoff Emerick (Pink Floyd/ Beatles).


    The album begins with his best known rocker, Too Rolling Stoned. The tune
    finds Robin Trower and James Dewar dueling on some very solid power riffs,
    making this the ultimate opening track for the listener.


    The soulful, hypnotic vibe of Daydream has the tremendous voicing of
    Robin's guitar with Bill Lordan's fine percussive elements and James' signature
    vocal work throughout.


    Always an astute bluesman, Robin Trower's interpretation of B.B.King's
    classic Rock Me Baby retains a solid groove which allows the progressive
    guitarist to power away with some very intricate fret work, making this album the
    classic that it is.


    Hard rock fusion continues with more classics like his powerful soul infused
    Lady Love, the spellbinding I Can't Wait Much Longer, and the tour de force,
    ultimate Trower smash, Little Bit Of Sympathy. He truly rewards his fans with one
    of the finest albums in his gold and platinum career.


    It is with great honor that we announce the first-time, limited Anniversary
    Edition, 180 Gram Audiophile release of Robin Trower's classic, Robin Trower
    Live! As a continuation of our highly regarded Robin Trower/Friday Music
    180 Gram Audiophile Series, this fine recording is mastered from the original
    Chrysalis Records' tapes by Joe Reagoso (Robin Trower, Jeff Beck, Deep Purple,
    Yes) at Friday Music Studios and Capitol Records in Hollywood, CA.


    Also for this rare anniversary edition, we will be presenting the original
    LP cover artwork, not seen in decades, featuring all of the art elements you
    remember from this incredible 1976 career album for Robin Trower.


    Robin Trower ..Robin Trower Live! A 180 Gram Audiophile Dream
    Release ..exclusively from your friends at Friday Music.


    Too Rolling Stoned!!!

    1. Too Rolling Stoned
    2. Daydream
    3. Rock Me Baby
    4. Lady Love
    5. I Can't Wait Much Longer
    6. Alethea
    7. Little Bit Of Sympathy
    Robin Trower
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  • In The Skies In The Skies Quick View

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    In The Skies

    In The Skies (1979) is the second solo album by British Blues Rock inventor Peter Green, who was the founder of Fleetwood Mac and a member from 1967-70. In The Skies was released almost a decade after his first solo stint The End Of The Game (1970).


    Accompanying Green on this album were several experienced session musicians, including Snowy White, who went on to work with Pink Floyd before joining Thin Lizzy. White contributed some of the lead guitar work on the album. Also present was Green's colleague and friend from his earliest bands, Peter Bardens, and Robin Trower drummer Reg Isidore.


    Five of the nine songs are instrumentals, continuing a longtime Green tradition. It's a solid and welcome return by a guitarist who in his prime rivaled Eric Clapton.

    1. In The Skies
    2. Slabo Day
    3. A Fool No More
    4. Tribal Dance
    5. Seven Stars
    6. Funky Chunk
    7. Just For You
    8. Proud Pinto
    9. The Apostle
    Peter Green
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  • Where Are You Going To Where Are You Going To Quick View

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    Where Are You Going To

    Continuing his productive creative surge, the guitar master rediscovers his rock chops in this new studio package. Ten great new songs, phenomenal guitar playing, and that signature tone that only Robin Trower can cultivate from his Strat.
    1. When Will The Next Blow Fall
    2. Where You Are Going to
    3. Back Where You Belong
    4. Jigsaw
    5. The Fruits of Your Desire
    6. We Will Be Together Someday
    7. Ain't No Use To Worry
    8. In Too Deep
    9. I'm Holding On To You
    10. Delusion Sweet Delusion
    Robin Trower
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  • 10X10 (Pre-Order) 10X10 (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    10X10 (Pre-Order)

    Before his untimely death in 2012, renowned American rock guitarist Ronnie Montrose began recording an ambitious passion project with bassist Ricky Phillips (Styx, Bad English) and drummer Eric Singer (Kiss, Alice Cooper). The idea was to record 10 songs with 10 different singers and call the album 10X10. Sadly, Montrose was unable to see the album through during his lifetime. Instead, Phillips made it his mission to finish the songs by enlisting a small army of Ronnie's musician friends to record the vocals and the guitar solos for each song, completing the album in recent years.


    Phillips says the songs represent some of Montrose's best work. "His songs still have the fire and angst of a young rebel, but with some added wisdom and foresight voiced in his own unique language of 'guitar-speak.' On 10X10, we hear Ronnie at the top of his game, from the opening crunch guitar of 'Heavy Traffic,' all the way to the closing song, 'I'm Not Lying,' which was Ronnie's tip of the hat to his friend Robin Trower."


    10X10 features inspired pairings, like Deep Purple singer Glenn Hughes with Def Leppard guitarist Phil Collen ("Still Singin' With The Band") and singer Sammy Hagar with Toto guitarist Steve Lukather ("Color Blind"). Legendary blues guitarist Joe Bonamassa also showcases his guitar talents on the track "The Kingdom's Come Undone" with Ricky Phillips on vocals. A few artists both sing and play, like Edgar Winter ("Love Is An Art") and Tommy Shaw ("Strong Enough").


    Several artists who appear on 10X10 had recorded with Ronnie during his career, like Edgar Winter, who included the guitarist on his 1972 album, They Only Come Out At Night. Sammy Hagar got his start singing with Montrose. Between 1973-75, he recorded two influential albums - Montrose and Paper Money - with the band and toured the world.
    More than 40 years later, Hagar was among the first who agreed to help finish Ronnie's final album. "It's valuable to have 10X10 be seen as Ronnie's last work, rather than going and digging up some stuff from his past. This was something he truly had a vision for," says Hagar.

    1. Heavy Traffic Feat. Eric Martin & Dave Meniketti
    2. Love Is An Art Feat. Edgar Winter & Rick Derringer
    3. Color Blind Feat. Sammy Hagar & Steve Lukather
    4. Still Singin' With The Band Feat. Glenn Hughes, Phil Collen & Jimmy "Z" Zavala
    5. Strong Enough Feat. Tommy Shaw
    6. Any Minute Feat. Mark Farner & Ricky Phillips
    7. The Kingdom's Come Undone Feat. Ricky Phillips & Joe Bonamassa
    8. One Good Reason Feat. Bruce Turgon & Brad Whitford
    9. Head On Straight Feat. Davey Pattison & Marc Bonilla
    10. I'm Not Lying Feat. Gregg Rolie, Tom Gimbel & Lawrence Gowan
    Ronnie Montrose (feat. Ricky Phillips and Eric Singer)
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    Full House

    Full House is the fourth studio album by Frankie Miller, released in 1977. A little more funky than most of his albums but overall, this is another fine batch of songs.


    The Andy Fraser composition "Be Good to Yourself" was issued as a single, and reached No. 27 the UK singles chart, becoming Miller's first chart hit.


    It features a mix of Miller originals and covers, including a version of John Lennon's "Jealous Guy". Of the five originals here, one was co-written by the man who discovered Miller (Robin Trower) and one of the songs was later covered by Lou Ann Barton.

    1. Be Good To Yourself
    2. The Doodle Song
    3. Jealous Guy
    4. Searching
    5. Love Letters
    6. Take Good Care Of Yourself
    7. Down The Honkytonk
    8. This Love Of Mine
    9. Let The Candlelight Shine
    10. (Ill Never) Live In Vain
    Frankie Miller
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    Home

    180-Gram Audiophile Vinyl


    Including 4-Page Insert


    Remastered Audio


    Home is Procol Harum's fourth album, released in 1970. With the departure of organist Matthew Fisher and bassist David Knights and the addition of the remaining musicians' (Gary Brooker, B.J. Wilson, and Robin Trower) former bandmate bassist/organist Chris Copping from The Paramounts, Procol Harum was, for all intents and purposes, The Paramounts again in all but name.


    The purpose of bringing in Copping was to return some of the R&B sound to the band that they had with their previous incarnation.


    The initial sessions were performed in London at Trident Studios under the supervision of former organist Matthew Fisher who had also produced the band's previous album. Unhappy with the sound and performances, the band scrapped the Trident sessions and began again with producer Chris Thomas and engineer Jeff Jarratt at Abbey Road Studios. Once the album was completed it was decided that the cover would be a parody of the British board game Snakes and Ladders featuring members of the band.


    When the album was released in June 1970 it charted at No. 34 in the United States and No. 49 in the United Kingdom, making the Danish Top 10 peaking at #6. The album was preceded by the single Whiskey Train written by guitarist Robin Trower with lyricist Keith Reid.

    1. Whisky Train
    2. The Dead Man's Dream
    3. Still There'll Be More
    4. Nothing That I Didn't Know
    5. About To Die
    6. Barnyard Story
    7. Piggy Pig Pig
    8. Whaling Stories
    9. Your Own Choice
    Procol Harum
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    Shock Tactics

    Pressed On Crimson Loincloth Vinyl

    First-Ever Vinyl Reissue

    Limited To 700 Copies

    Of all the bands in the New Wave of British Heavy Metal movement, Samson takes the woulda/coulda/shoulda been big stars prize.

    The band's talent and theatricality were undeniable; guitarist and singer Paul Samson had replaced Bernie TormÉ (of Gillan fame) in the band Scrapyard before founding Samson, which soon enlisted the lead vocal talents of a certain Bruce Bruce a.k.a. Bruce Dickinson, soon to be of Iron Maiden. Throw in bassist Chris Aylmer and drummer Thunderstick, who performed inside a metal cage wearing a gimp style mask, and this was an outfit seemingly destined for big things.

    But, constant promotional gaffes (e.g. booking them on tour with an ill-matched Robin Trower) led the band to terminate their contract with management, who promptly brought an injunction keeping them off the road. Then, their label(Gem) went bankrupt; as Dickinson says, they made every mistake in the business.

    In the midst of all the turmoil, though, the band made its third and finest record, Shock Tactics, which was ably produced by AC/DC producer Tony Platt; but, as Iron Maiden was recording next door at Battery Studios in London, the two bands became friendly, and Dickinson left Samson for Iron Maiden just as Samson received big offers from A&M and RCA, which were instantly withdrawn upon his departure. So, classic music industry saga classic British Heavy Metal!

    Real Gone Music is proud to present Shock Tactics inCrimson Loincloth vinyl limited to 700 copies and including the original album insert-first-ever vinyl reissue!

    1. Riding With The Angels
    2. Earth Mother
    3. Nice Girl
    4. Blood Lust
    5. Go To Hell
    6. Bright Lights
    7. Once Bitten
    8. Grime Crime
    9. Communion
    Samson
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    Broken Barricades (Out Of Stock)

    Grey Vinyl


    Broken Barricades is the fifth studio album by British rock band Procol Harum. The sound of the band on this album is a bit sparser, but definitely not without dimension and dynamics. Simple Sister, one of the finest Gary Brooker/Keith Reid compositions, is truly glorious. With Robin Trower's frightening lead guitar work juxtaposed nicely against a wonderful string arrangement. The tracks are first rate. Procol Harum was a great survivor among rock bands that have lost a key member. The proof is in these grooves.

    LP1
    1. Simple Sister
    2. Broken Barricades
    3. Memorial Drive
    4. Luskus Delph
    5. Power Failure
    6. Song For A Dreamer
    7. Playmate Of The Mouth
    8. Poor Mohammed


    LP2
    1. Broken Barricades [Long Fade - Raw Track]
    2. Simple Sister [Raw Track]
    3. Poor Mohammed [Backing Track]
    4. Song For A Dreamer (King Jimi) [Backing Track]

    Procol Harum
    $37.99
    Colored Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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