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remato
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posted 06-26-08 10:59 PM CT (US)         
Hey guys,



Music really sucks these days.


I mean, seriously.


I don't what's wrong with the music industry, but it seems to me they are just getting crappier.

I can't stand those stupid singles they play on the radios anymore.

So, I was wondering if anyone knew of any band that sings and sounds like Muse's hit songs, like "Hysteria", "Time is running out", and "Plug in Baby". And by that I don't mean songs within their new album featuring "Knights of Cydonia"....

...which means that I would be delighted if you were to recommend rock songs, especially those that share the "Muse" traits: rebellious, energetic, and not trashy(like those "I love satan" rock or "I want to die" variety). I am amused by Steelheart, and will even accept songs similar to "Painkiller" by Judas Priest.

But I am not into songs like "Paranoid Android"(too dreamy), AC/DC (don't like vocal), Sum41 and their high-school-band-like-variety-that-always-sings-about-immatu re-stuff. Pop would be fine, but the thing is, I abhor idiotic repetitive songs like hey-ya and gimme gimme. Jazz is okay. Hip Hop- let's not get into that.

By the way, I do have albums from extremely famous rock bands as Led Zeppelin, Queen, Iron Maiden, etc and so it would help me a lot if you would refrain giving out those "legendary" songs, because I most likely have them. But I you would like to direct attention to some underrated songs by these legends, feel free.


Oh, last but not least, I really, really appologize if you were offended by anything that I've said above. I never mean to piss anyone off. It's just that I do get pretty emotional when it comes to judging music because I am very interested in the topic.

Thanks.

[This message has been edited by remato (edited 06-26-2008 @ 11:01 PM).]

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Lord Fenris
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posted 07-12-08 06:48 AM CT (US)     51 / 113       
I love Eminem.

There, I said it. I love Eminem.
morgoth bauglir
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posted 07-12-08 07:06 AM CT (US)     52 / 113       
Of course you do. I've always known you do. Now all that remains is admitting that you like Avril Lavigne too, and you have lived up to your potential as a human being.

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Lord Fenris
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posted 07-12-08 07:20 AM CT (US)     53 / 113       
Don't forget that I love Iron Maiden as well. Everyone's allowed to have guilty pleasures... mine's Eminem.
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posted 07-12-08 07:56 AM CT (US)     54 / 113       
There's nothing wrong with liking a bit of crappy music. One of my favorite songs is "Ninja Rap" by Vanilla Ice...
Lord Fenris
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posted 07-12-08 08:04 AM CT (US)     55 / 113       
Exactly. I love Without Me by Eminem.
morgoth bauglir
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posted 07-12-08 08:06 AM CT (US)     56 / 113       
Don't forget that I love Iron Maiden as well. Everyone's allowed to have guilty pleasures... mine's Eminem.
Oh okay. I listen to...

...




uh...


you know, I pretty much listen to good music all the time. I don't have a secret fetish for some weirdo who forgets to load his weapons and wants to be a black guy, when, evidently, he isn't one. He's just skinny, that's all.

I have a secret fetish for a guy who DOES load his weapons, just forgets to pack em, resulting in 20 stabwounds. YAY!

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posted 07-12-08 08:21 AM CT (US)     57 / 113       
Eminem should really switch bodies with Jacko.

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Solivago
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posted 07-12-08 02:18 PM CT (US)     58 / 113       
.... I LIEk this weird J-pop chiptune happy-go-lucky CYMK! and I like some Fantastic Plastic Machine! ..and I like Jean Jacques Perrey! (He invented the Ondioline) OMG, I have too many guilty pleasures! Maybe I'm not guilty!!

They're all EVILLLLLLLLLLLLL in how sticky-sweet they are. It's sickening. I don't listen to them every day, but they're cloyingly amusing! Hey, and I actually can enjoy Rick Astley!

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Aro
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posted 07-12-08 03:26 PM CT (US)     59 / 113       
True, but he was one of the leading pioneers of catchy gangsta rap. I'm not sure if he really had a ghostwriter, but Dr. Dre did too. I wouldn't sit through an entire Easy-E album either, but I did like the song, Easy-er Said That Done. And Fat Girl was humorous, albeit potentially (or rather probably) offensive. If you look at rap music from the message point of view, you definitely won't like him.
It's very well known that Eazy did -- Ice Cube and Mc Ren in his NWA days, and then Ren among others post-NWA. In the first NWA album (I think), he had a line where he actually stated that Ice Cube wrote his lines. He didn't start out as an MC either -- he stumbled into it by rapping Ice Cube's lyrics to the "Boyz-N-The Hood" song, and they like how he sounded like a teen, so he was included in the NWA rap line-up.

"Eazy-Er Said Than Dunn" was a great song though, production-wise, and the entire album was very good. Although Eazy's scum and partially inspired a genre that embraced stupid, dumbed-down and overly-macho lyrics, Dre's production has always been wonderful. (I think Dr. Dre's a better rapper than Eazy too btw. Ever listen to him on "100 Miles And Runnin"? Best vocals Dre has ever done.)
True, but I dunno about the whole angsty teen stereotype . I know plenty of post-teens and non-angsty teens who enjoy Linkin Park.
Their market "caters" towards angsty teens, anyway. I know plenty of non-angsty teens who listen to them too (occasionally, anyway -- if I could get my sister to start listening to them again instead of Pink and Rihanna at full volume in her car, life would be good).
Don't forget that I love Iron Maiden as well. Everyone's allowed to have guilty pleasures... mine's Eminem.
I don't understand why it has to be a guilty pleasure. Eminem is one of the best lyricists in rap and could poetically destroy almost all of the lyricists in metal and rock.
you know, I pretty much listen to good music all the time. I don't have a secret fetish for some weirdo who forgets to load his weapons and wants to be a black guy, when, evidently, he isn't one. He's just skinny, that's all.
And Bruce Dickinson looked *just* like a girl when he had long hair! Which one of us is being more ignorant? Your move.

It's nothing more than repetition with you, Morgoth. "The media tells me exactly what I want to hear about rap, I hate it and won't give it a chance and feel the OCD-induced need to preach about how much it sucks despite how little I know about it." Making others feel bad because they like something they're supposedly 'not supposed to like'? Come on now, I'm pretty sure if everybody thought like you, we'd all be listening to bands pump out the same Iron Maiden-influenced dirge day after day until they all became "Seventh Son" rewrites with different lyrics. It might be your idea of heaven, but us non-fanboys like some damn variety in our music.

Lest I get arthritis trying to explain how wrong you are about rap, time after time, why don't we just settle it at "Morgoth hates rap because he can't like rap"? Sounds just as stupid no matter how you explain it and I think it summarizes your position perfectly.
Eminem should really switch bodies with Jacko.
Michael Jackson has some awesome music. It's unfortunate that, whenever I mention I enjoy Michael Jackson's music, people think of a creepy bleach skinned guy chasing little boys rather than the great artist he was. But that's how people are -- they prefer to be like Morgy and judge before they listen.

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morgoth bauglir
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posted 07-12-08 03:36 PM CT (US)     60 / 113       
It might be your idea of heaven, but us non-fanboys like some damn variety in our music.
That basically like saying "I like a little crap over my pancakes...
could poetically destroy almost all of the lyricists in metal and rock.
No. You are a genius when it comes to music, but that was just so horribly wrong.

And I can like rap. I did until I my age became a decimal number.
Michael Jackson has some awesome music. It's unfortunate that, whenever I mention I enjoy Michael Jackson's music, people think of a creepy bleach skinned guy chasing little boys rather than the great artist he was. But that's how people are -- they prefer to be like Morgy and judge before they listen.
Shut up, Aro. I respect Jackson's music.

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posted 07-13-08 00:14 AM CT (US)     61 / 113       
Lord Fenris
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posted 07-13-08 00:26 AM CT (US)     62 / 113       
I don't understand why it has to be a guilty pleasure. Eminem is one of the best lyricists in rap and could poetically destroy almost all of the lyricists in metal and rock.
I know, the early albums are some of my favourite in music, let alone rap. But he's turned really shit lately and somehow I still enjoy listening to his annoyingly crappy later songs. That's my guilty pleasure.

Anyway, I heard he has a new album this year. I'm hoping he'll return to the MMLP vibe and stop being shit.
Gwame
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posted 07-13-08 09:22 AM CT (US)     63 / 113       
I know, the early albums are some of my favourite in music, let alone rap. But he's turned really shit lately and somehow I still enjoy listening to his annoyingly crappy later songs. That's my guilty pleasure.

Anyway, I heard he has a new album this year. I'm hoping he'll return to the MMLP vibe and stop being shit.
I listen to everything from Infinite to The Eminem Show. Encore was a letdown. The thing is, he stopped being controversial. People just got used to him and stopped bitching at him, so he had less to write about. Or maybe he just figured that guys like Mims and Soulja Boy are the type people love nowadays, so he decided to leave the lyricism and start getting more mass appeal .
"Eazy-Er Said Than Dunn" was a great song though, production-wise, and the entire album was very good. Although Eazy's scum and partially inspired a genre that embraced stupid, dumbed-down and overly-macho lyrics, Dre's production has always been wonderful. (I think Dr. Dre's a better rapper than Eazy too btw. Ever listen to him on "100 Miles And Runnin"? Best vocals Dre has ever done.)
True, but I guess sometimes the "stupid, dumbed-down and overly-macho" tracks can be a guilty pleasure too . And yeah, I know the song "100 Miles And Runnin" - Dre does sound sorta different now that I think of it. I assume you're referring solely to his vocals being the best, and not his lyrics. Undoubtedly Dre is a better rapper than Eazy. Dre's a lot more versatile, more intelligent, and he's done a lot more for hip hop. By the way, I like his verse on "Forgot About Dre" (I like Eminem's verse too - good song).
Eminem is one of the best lyricists in rap and could poetically destroy almost all of the lyricists in metal and rock.
Quoted for emphasis.

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Lord Fenris
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posted 07-13-08 10:22 AM CT (US)     64 / 113       
Encore was a letdown.
Exactly. I love Ass Like That and such songs. That's why I list Eminem as a guilty pleasure.
Aro
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posted 07-13-08 05:43 PM CT (US)     65 / 113       
Shut up, Aro. I respect Jackson's music.
Well, first, I want to apologize for how harsh my response to you was. I didn't mean to offend buddy. *hugs*

I never said you didn't respect Michael Jackson's music, I meant that you have a superficial view of rap music and it's more or less how people view Michael's music. It's great music, but people view from the outside and judge rather than actually listening. Aro's frustration: Morgoth continually bashes rap music and Aro must go in and check him. Just leave hip-hop alone bro -- I'm more or less copy and pasting my replies to you on rap these days, and I'm right about it.
I listen to everything from Infinite to The Eminem Show. Encore was a letdown.
Agreed. He over-produced Encore and it didn't sound too good, and his vocals were weak. He had a southern accent on a lot of the album, his lyrics sounded confused and half-assed, and many of those songs were way too poppy for their own good (too many pop samples).
True, but I guess sometimes the "stupid, dumbed-down and overly-macho" tracks can be a guilty pleasure too .
Of course. *shakes hand* But I still think Eazy's scum.
And yeah, I know the song "100 Miles And Runnin" - Dre does sound sorta different now that I think of it. I assume you're referring solely to his vocals being the best, and not his lyrics. Undoubtedly Dre is a better rapper than Eazy. Dre's a lot more versatile, more intelligent, and he's done a lot more for hip hop. By the way, I like his verse on "Forgot About Dre" (I like Eminem's verse too - good song).
His vocals; much more hardcore as opposed to his cool, "chronic chilled" style. Almost all of his lyrics in NWA (among other albums) were ghost written by the D.O.C., which explains a lot of the intelligence he conveys when he raps.

His verse on "Forgot About Dre" was definitely great. Ghost written by Eminem. (And if I remember right, Jay-Z ghost wrote "Still D.R.E." -- if you're familiar with Jay, you will definitely hear his influence on the lyrics.)
Exactly. I love Ass Like That and such songs. That's why I list Eminem as a guilty pleasure.
Of course.

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Gwame
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posted 07-13-08 06:13 PM CT (US)     66 / 113       
Almost all of his lyrics in NWA (among other albums) were ghost written by the D.O.C., which explains a lot of the intelligence he conveys when he raps.
Really? I thought it was just a relatively small amount. Are you sure?
His verse on "Forgot About Dre" was definitely great. Ghost written by Eminem. (And if I remember right, Jay-Z ghost wrote "Still D.R.E." -- if you're familiar with Jay, you will definitely hear his influence on the lyrics.)
Now that can't be right. Maybe you were joking about Eminem ghost-writing, I'm not sure. It just doesn't seem likely that Dre would have his own protegee write lyrics for him. Also, I haven't heard "Still D.R.E." in a long time so I won't say anything about that yet.
Agreed. He over-produced Encore and it didn't sound too good, and his vocals were weak. He had a southern accent on a lot of the album, his lyrics sounded confused and half-assed, and many of those songs were way too poppy for their own good (too many pop samples).
Summarised pretty well. I dunno how the accent came about. I guess he's trying to be hip with the homies he be spittin' with. Sorry, I mean the homies with whom he be spittin'. Can't end a sentence with a preposition now

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Aro
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posted 07-13-08 06:32 PM CT (US)     67 / 113       
I was sort of disappointed too, but ah well. It's not a bad thing if it sounds so good. His lyrics in "Forgot About Dre" sound a *lot* like Eminem's style.
Lyrics

According to a Behind The Boards interview on Shade 45, [1] on Sirius Satellite Radio, Eminem ghost wrote the song with Snoop Dogg in mind “Originally I had planned to see if Snoop would do the chorus.. I thought it would be crazy if like.. I had the middle verse, Snoop did the chorus..”.[2]
It is also widely acknowledged that most of Dr. Dre's raps are written for him by others, though he retains ultimate control over his lyrics and the themes of his songs. As Aftermath Producer Mahogany told Scratch: "It's like a class room in [the booth]. He'll have three writers in there. They'll bring in something, he'll recite it, then he'll say. 'Change this line, change this word,' like he's grading papers."[95] As seen in the credits for tracks Young has appeared on, there are often multiple people who contribute to his songs (although it should be noted that often in hip hop many people are officially credited as a writer for a song, even the producer). As a member of N.W.A, The D.O.C. wrote lyrics for him while he stuck with producing.[96] Popular rapper Jay-Z ghostwrote lyrics for the single "Still D.R.E." from Dr. Dre's album 2001.[42]

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Gwame
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posted 07-13-08 06:53 PM CT (US)     68 / 113       
His lyrics in "Forgot About Dre" sound a *lot* like Eminem's style.
Apart from the use of multi-syllabic rhymes, how does it sound like Eminem? I guess it's sorta like "The Way I Am"...
It's not a bad thing if it sounds so good.
The thing is, most people respect rappers for their lyrical skills. Having a ghost-writer is considered dishonorable, for lack of a better word.

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Aro
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posted 07-13-08 07:14 PM CT (US)     69 / 113       
Apart from the use of multi-syllabic rhymes, how does it sound like Eminem?
Multi-syllabic rhymes. Uncharacteristic of Dre. Also he's rapping faster than his typical pace.
The thing is, most people respect rappers for their lyrical skills. Having a ghost-writer is considered dishonorable, for lack of a better word.
Dre's not a lyricist, he's a producer. He doesn't have to write his own lyrics to be respected, he is anyway.

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Troydawg
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posted 07-13-08 07:24 PM CT (US)     70 / 113       
Please tell me you're not talking about the album version, with the organ and hand claps.
Heaven's no. That is the worst version ever. I've heard it and it's terrible.

Try Jack Johnson. I know people think I'm crazy and all but it's mellow and stuff. It's just so chill. A lot of good songs, great acoustic guitar, and he's got a great voice.

Interpol is pretty cool too. I couldn't tell you much since I just started listening to them.

Idk if I mentioned the Bravery, but a lot of their songs remind me of the style Muse had early on.
It's very well known that Eazy did -- Ice Cube and Mc Ren in his NWA days, and then Ren among others post-NWA. In the first NWA album (I think), he had a line where he actually stated that Ice Cube wrote his lines. He didn't start out as an MC either -- he stumbled into it by rapping Ice Cube's lyrics to the "Boyz-N-The Hood" song, and they like how he sounded like a teen, so he was included in the NWA rap line-up.

"Eazy-Er Said Than Dunn" was a great song though, production-wise, and the entire album was very good. Although Eazy's scum and partially inspired a genre that embraced stupid, dumbed-down and overly-macho lyrics, Dre's production has always been wonderful. (I think Dr. Dre's a better rapper than Eazy too btw. Ever listen to him on "100 Miles And Runnin"? Best vocals Dre has ever done.)
Ice Cube is amazing. Check Yourself is my favorite song by him. It's very humorous, but you have to know what he's trying to portray.
Ice Cube left NWA because of the partial credit he got for writing most of the songs, and he was sick of it.
In my opinion, Dr. Dre's best vocals he's ever done was "Nothin but a G Thang" with Snoop Dogg. It's just so smooth and rhythimical (or however you spell it.)

My guilty pleasure in music I guess you could say is Kanye West. It's very catchy and I like it.

[This message has been edited by Troydawg (edited 07-13-2008 @ 07:30 PM).]

Gwame
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posted 07-13-08 08:15 PM CT (US)     71 / 113       
In my opinion, Dr. Dre's best vocals he's ever done was "Nothin but a G Thang" with Snoop Dogg. It's just so smooth and rhythimical (or however you spell it.)
That was a good song, probably one of Dre's best. You're right about the rhythm of the song - it's quite catchy. Remember though, it does feature Snoop Dogg after all. Some rappers are lyrical but have no flow; Snoop is the exact opposite.
Multi-syllabic rhymes. Uncharacteristic of Dre. Also he's rapping faster than his typical pace.
True, but I just assumed he was moving on. He had definitely toned down his former NWA attitude, and I figured he was just trying to keep up with Eminem. After all, most of it was just two-syllable rhyming, so not quite up to Eminem's standard at the time. But I guess Eminem wrote it with Dre in mind, which can be seen in the words used (the 'N' word for instance). It's also true that he was rapping faster, but perhaps this could simply be due to the instrumental.
Dre's not a lyricist, he's a producer. He doesn't have to write his own lyrics to be respected, he is anyway.
Good point, but you did say that it was a bit of a disappointment. Still, Dre won't leave his mark as a rapper, but rather as a producer, like you said.

MY NAME IS GWAME I AM AOKH MEMBER SINCE 2004 AND I HAVE MANY POSTS
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Aro
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posted 07-13-08 09:14 PM CT (US)     72 / 113       
Ice Cube is amazing. Check Yourself is my favorite song by him. It's very humorous, but you have to know what he's trying to portray.
Ice Cube is one of my all-time favorite rappers. The production in his first three albums was amazing and the man knows how to tell a story.

That's besides the racism and anti-semitism, I mean.
Ice Cube left NWA because of the partial credit he got for writing most of the songs, and he was sick of it.
With no vaseline.
Good point, but you did say that it was a bit of a disappointment. Still, Dre won't leave his mark as a rapper, but rather as a producer, like you said.
It was a bit of a disappointment. It's a lot nicer imagining that Dre is an "elder rapper" who could school most of today's lyricists; that's what I was picturing when I first heard Forgot About Dre. But his production abilities make up for it, and I would say his talent for actually rapping out what others write (and developing a great flow at that) makes up for it too.

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Gwame
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posted 07-13-08 09:47 PM CT (US)     73 / 113       
It was a bit of a disappointment. It's a lot nicer imagining that Dre is an "elder rapper" who could school most of today's lyricists; that's what I was picturing when I first heard Forgot About Dre. But his production abilities make up for it, and I would say his talent for actually rapping out what others write (and developing a great flow at that) makes up for it too.
At least there are plenty of other "elder rappers" who are still around. KRS-One is the first that comes to mind, and I think he's been around for even longer than Dre.

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morgoth bauglir
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posted 07-14-08 11:22 AM CT (US)     74 / 113       
I never said you didn't respect Michael Jackson's music, I meant that you have a superficial view of rap music and it's more or less how people view Michael's music. It's great music, but people view from the outside and judge rather than actually listening. Aro's frustration: Morgoth continually bashes rap music and Aro must go in and check him. Just leave hip-hop alone bro -- I'm more or less copy and pasting my replies to you on rap these days, and I'm right about it.
Youtube links for 5 rap songs you think is great. If I can listen to one song for the full duration, I won't bash a single rap-listener in this website.

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posted 07-14-08 11:58 AM CT (US)     75 / 113       
Youtube links for 5 rap songs you think is great. If I can listen to one song for the full duration, I won't bash a single rap-listener in this website.
I should probably leave this to Aro. Whenever I try to get someone into rap music, I don't really show them the right examples. Nevertheless, feel free to listen to this early song by Eminem that most people haven't heard. And here's a pretty catchy song by Ice Cube's cousin. Maybe more to come, but it's hard to choose, since there are too many different styles of rap music and I don't know which kind you'll like.

MY NAME IS GWAME I AM AOKH MEMBER SINCE 2004 AND I HAVE MANY POSTS
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