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24 Sep
2012

By Michel Dussack

Rock bands don’t play Radio City Music Hall very often, but when they do, it’s almost always a show that’s memorable forever. Canadian indie rockers Metric’s show at the historic New York venue on September 23rd was no exception, and while being confined to an area in front of a seat may have stifled the crowd a little, the band was firing on all cylinders. The band’s 18 song set was based heavily upon their 2012 release ‘Synthetica’ and 2009’s ‘Fantasies’, though a few older songs and a very special cover would wind up in the set as well.

Backed by an array of cubes of blue light Metric, led by vocalist Emily Haines, kicked off the night by performing the first three songs of ‘Synthetica’ in order, with single ‘Youth Without Youth’ receiving the best crowd reaction of the three. A couple of tracks later, fan favorites ‘Empty’ and ‘Help I’m Alive’ set the crowd into cheers and many finally realized that indeed it is possible to dance and jump up and down in the space between your seat and the seat in front of you. Metric followed with another trio of new material including the phenomenal title track from their latest album before kicking into another miniature set of older material.

Of particular note was ‘Dead Disco’ extended to about seven minutes thanks to some added instrumentals and guitar solos courtesy of James Shaw, and the show closer ‘Stadium Love’ during which the entire venue seemed to be vibrating with bass. As the band walked off stage, a giant countdown clock appeared to mark their return. Now, don’t get me wrong, everyone always knows encores are coming at concerts, but to me, this seemed to cheapen the effect even more. Long gone are the days where encores were a spontaneous occurrence for a crowd that desired it, replaced with shows planned to the minute.

After performing ‘Black Sheep’ (from the Scott Pilgrim soundtrack) and the classic track ‘Monster Hospital’ came something that nearly no one expected. As Emily began to talk about her brother’s influence on the music she would listen to at a younger age, crew members began to set up a second microphone for the next song. Emily quickly introduced none other than the legendary Lou Reed to the stage to perform ‘The Wanderlust’ with the band, however it didn’t stop there. Next the band and Reed performed a cover of The Velvet Underground’s ‘Pale Blue Eyes’, something that I doubt a single person in attendance of the show will forget.

A raucous performance of ‘Gold Guns Girls’ was next and after it was over drummer Joules Scott-Key and bassist Joshua Winstead departed from the stage. Emily and Josh performed an acoustic version of ‘Gimme Sympathy’, and as the crowd joined in and harmonized on the song with Emily, it was obvious that this nigh was just as special for Metric as it was for their loyal fans.

Metric’s setlist
1. Artificial Nocturne
2. Youth Without Youth
3. Speed the Collapse
4. Dreams So Real
5. Empty
6. Help I’m Alive
7. Synthetica
8. Clone
9. Breathing Underwater
10. Sick Muse
11. Dead Disco
12. Stadium Love
Encore
13. Black Sheep
14. Monster Hospital
15. The Wanderlust (with Lou Reed)
16. Pale Blue Eyes (The Velvet Underground cover with Lou Reed)
17. Gold Guns Girls
18. Gimme Sympathy (acoustic)


23 Aug
2012


Tuesday night, Metric announced the Synthetica mini-documentary by posting a trailer in a Facebook post and Tweet, but yesterday, The A.V. Club has posted the first of four episodes that comprise the ultimate behind-the-scenes look at the creation of Metric’s fifth full-length studio album, Synthetica. Episode 2 will be shared later this week with episodes 3 and 4 to follow next week.

Watch Episode 1 on The A.V. Club

Metric is also gearing up for its tour across the United States, starting September 6 in Rochester, NY. Each ticket purchased for a headlining show on this tour comes with a digital copy of Synthetica and five bonus Synthetica Reflections tracks.

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09.06.12 – Water Street Music Hall – Rochester, NY *
09.07.12 – XFest – Indianapolis, IN
09.08.12 – The Fillmore – Detroit, MI *
09.09.12 – Madison Theatre – Covington, KY *
09.11.12 – State Theatre – Minneapolis, MN *
09.12.12 – Beaumont Club – Kansas City, MO *
09.14.12 – Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, TN *
09.15.12 – Rock the Green – Milwaukee, WI
09.17.12 – The Fillmore – Charlotte, NC *
09.18.12 – Stage AE – Pittsburgh, PA *
09.20.12 – Orpheum Theatre – Boston, MA *
09.21.12 – The Strathmore – Washington, DC *
09.22.12 – Tower Theater – Philadelphia, PA *
09.23.12 – Radio City Music Hall – New York, NY *
09.27.12 – Hard Rock – Orlando, FL *
09.28.12 – The Fillmore – Miami, FL *
09.29.12 – The Ritz – Tampa, FL *
10.01.12 – Tabernacle – Atlanta, GA *
10.02.12 – The Pageant – St. Louis, MO *
10.04.12 – Ogden Theatre – Denver, CO *
10.05.12 – The Depot – Salt Lake City, UT *
10.06.12 – House of Blues – Las Vegas, NV *
10.09.12 – The Greek Theatre – Los Angeles, CA *
10.10.12 – Marquee Theatre – Tempe, AZ *
10.12.12 – Emo’s East – Austin, TX * #
10.13.12 – Austin City Limits Music Festival – Austin, TX
10.15.12 – House of Blues – Houston, TX *

* w/ Half Moon Run
# w/ Poliça

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21 Jun
2012

Following last week’s release of their 5th studio album Synthetica, Metric will take over the Jimmy Kimmel Live! outdoor stage tonight to perform a few songs from the album which made an impressive #12 debut on the charts. Set your DVR’s – Jimmy Kimmel Live! airs on ABC at 12/11c.

Filmed during overlooking The Gorge at the Sasquatch Music Festival, NPR has presented a stunning acoustic version of the album’s title track for their “Field Recordings” series. NPR says “Stripped of an electric guitar and moody reverb, Metric singer Emily Haines and guitarist James Shaw perform a version of “Synthetica” pretty enough to challenge the sweeping sunset behind them.” Check it out here: http://n.pr/L5lJfo

18 Jun
2012


By Michel Dussack

On June 12th, Canadian rock band Metric released their fifth studio album, Synthetica, to great reviews and much fanfare. The follow up to their nearly flawless Fantasies doesn’t necessarily feature a massive hit in the sense of ‘Gimme Sympathy’, but it is a collection of well made, generally awesome songs. The day after the album was released, the band played a private fans-only concert at the intimate (for them) Music Hall of Williamsburg.

Their 13 song set was drawn almost entirely from the new album, though hearing Metric play their songs live is typically a very unique experience to listening to their albums. For starters, James Shaw’s guitar was way higher in the mix, adding a much more rock vibe to the new material. Of particular note among the newer songs were album opener ‘Artificial Nocturne’ which opened the show and the title track ‘Synthetica’. Shaw used a fair share of distortion and FX pedals on the latter of the two, creating a fuzzy, choppy riff that perfectly balanced singer Emily Haines’ vocals.

Despite the album only having an official release the day before the show, the band streamed the album for a week before the release and it was clear fans took the time to learn the words. Not only did most of the crowd sing along with every word of lead single ‘Youth Without Youth’, but they even did a fair amount of singing on tracks like ‘Lost Kitten’ and ‘Breathing Underwater’. It was the older songs, however, where the crowd really let loose.

‘Empty’ off of Live It Out was the first older song to make an appearance, and the slow start of the track served perfectly to slowly build up the crowd’s energy. By the time came for the band to bust out the heavier second half of the song, the floor of the venue was bouncing up and down. Of course, Metric staple ‘Dead Disco’ and it’s famously extended intro made an appearance, though it was probably the shortest performance of the song I’ve seen the band do. That’s not to say it wasn’t every bit as great as it always is, it was just weird not seeing the band perform a six minute heavy guitar and synth filled intro.

When the time came for the encore, the band treated us to a performance of ‘Gold Guns Girls’ which featured Haines on guitar. Drummer Joules Scott-Key and Joshua Winstead then walked off stage to leave just Haines and Shaw. Haines proceeded to tell a story about how the band all met in Williamsburg and that the city would always hold a special place in their heart. With that, her and Shaw closed out the night with an acoustic version of their hit ‘Gimme Sympathy’ that was as genuine as a rock show gets before the rest of the band came out to wave goodbye to the crowd.

With a massive upcoming tour that includes a stop at New York’s legendary Radio City Music Hall in September, seeing Metric in a venue as intimate as this one was a real treat for fans. Now…is it September yet?

Metric setlist
1. Artificial Nocturne
2. Youth Without Youth
3. Speed the Collapse
4. Dreams So Real
5. Lost Kitten
6. Empty
7. Synthetica
8. Dead Disco
9. Clone
10. Breathing Underwater
11. Nothing But Time
Encore
12. Gold Guns Girls
13. Gimme Sympathy (acoustic)

12 Jun
2012


Today, June 12th, marks the U.S. release of Synthetica (MMI/MOM+POP), Metric’s fifth full-length studio album. Guitarist and album producer, Jimmy Shaw, describes Synthetica’s enthralling balance of futuristic and organic sound on the new record as “[...] the culmination of everything we’ve done. We’ve always had a sound in our heads that we hoped to realize. We finally heard it coming back out of the speakers this time.” Metric’s Emily Haines first envisioned the word “Synthetica” as the name for a particularly resilient skin-job from Blade Runner, a female replicant who voices an inner monologue of all your human imperfections. “If you imagine a nightmarishly fake version of me as a pop star, that’s her,” she says. “And this record was about me saying, I’m going to give more to the music than ever, but there’s no way I’m going to turn into someone like that.” As she sings on the album’s hard-rocking title track; “We’re all the time confined to fit the mold / But I won’t ever let them make a loser of my soul.”

Stream Synthetica in its Entirety via SoundCloud

The music video for Synthetica’s lead single, “Youth Without Youth,” also premieres today on MTV.com. Directed by Justin Broadbent, the “Youth Without Youth” video blends the old with the new through imagery of themes present throughout Synthetica while simultaneously and subtly referencing moments throughout Metric’s career.

Watch the “Youth Without Youth” Music Video

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(every ticket purchased for a headlining date comes with a digital copy of Synthetica and 5 bonus Synthetica Reflections tracks)

METRIC U.S. FALL TOUR
09.06.12 – Water Street Music Hall – Rochester, NY
09.08.12 – The Fillmore – Detroit, MI
09.09.12 – Madison Theatre – Covington, KY
09.11.12 – State Theatre – Minneapolis, MN
09.14.12 – Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, TN
09.17.12 – The Fillmore – Charlotte, NC
09.18.12 – Stage AE – Pittsburgh, PA
09.20.12 – Orpheum Theatre – Boston, MA
09.21.12 – The Strathmore – Washington, DC
09.22.12 – Tower Theater – Philadelphia, PA
09.23.12 – Radio City Music Hall – New York, NY
09.27.12 – Hard Rock – Orlando, FL
09.28.12 – The Fillmore – Miami, FL
09.29.12 – The Ritz – Tampa, FL
10.01.12 – Tabernacle – Atlanta, GA
10.02.12 – The Pageant – St. Louis, MO
10.04.12 – Ogden Theatre – Denver, CO
10.05.12 – The Depot – Salt Lake City, UT
10.06.12 – House of Blues – Las Vegas, NV
10.09.12 – The Greek Theatre – Los Angeles, CA
10.10.12 – Marquee Theatre – Tempe, AZ

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05 Jun
2012


One week prior to the U.S. release of Synthetica (MMI/MOM+POP), Metric has shared a full embeddable stream of Synthetica via SoundCloud. Its unveiling comes on the heels of Synthetica Hide+Seek, an interactive scavenger hunt last week in which Metric fans collaborated to unlock an early stream of the album.

Metric has also confirmed three intimate fans-only shows to take place in the wake of Synthetica’s release. Tickets for the private underplays–June 13 at the Music Hall of Williamsburg in New York, June 19 at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco and June 20 at the El Rey Theater in Los Angeles–will NOT be made available to the public. Details on obtaining tickets will be announced later this week on ilovemetric.com.

Fans unable to score tickets to the June 20 L.A. show will have a second chance to see the band on June 21, when Metric makes its debut appearance on the outdoor stage at Jimmy Kimmel Live. Following that televised performance, Metric will spend the rest of the summer touring the world making only one U.S. appearance–August 3 at Lollapalooza in Chicago–before its full scale American tour commences September 6 in upstate New York.

Every ticket purchased for a headlining date on the aforementioned tour comes with an instant download of “Youth Without Youth” (to be delivered to each inbox shortly after purchase) as well as a digital copy of Synthetica and 5 bonus Synthetica Reflections tracks, to be delivered on the album’s June 12 release date. Tickets can be purchased at ilovemetric.com/tour.

METRIC U.S. FALL TOUR
09.06.12 – Water Street Music Hall – Rochester, NY
09.08.12 – The Fillmore – Detroit, MI
09.09.12 – Madison Theatre – Covington, KY
09.11.12 – State Theatre – Minneapolis, MN
09.14.12 – Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, TN
09.17.12 – The Fillmore – Charlotte, NC
09.18.12 – Stage AE – Pittsburgh, PA
09.20.12 – Orpheum Theatre – Boston, MA
09.21.12 – The Strathmore – Washington, DC
09.22.12 – Tower Theater – Philadelphia, PA
09.23.12 – Radio City Music Hall – New York, NY
09.27.12 – Hard Rock – Orlando, FL
09.28.12 – The Fillmore – Miami, FL
09.29.12 – The Ritz – Tampa, FL
10.01.12 – Tabernacle – Atlanta, GA
10.02.12 – The Pageant – St. Louis, MO
10.04.12 – Ogden Theatre – Denver, CO
10.05.12 – The Depot – Salt Lake City, UT
10.06.12 – House of Blues – Las Vegas, NV
10.09.12 – The Greek Theatre – Los Angeles, CA
10.10.12 – Marquee Theatre – Tempe, AZ

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29 May
2012


Today Metric launches Synthetica Hide+Seek, an interactive scavenger hunt that allows fans to unlock a stream of the band’s fifth, full-length studio album, Synthetica (MMI/MOM+POP), up to two weeks prior to the album’s US release on June 12th. The game, which asks fans to gather a series of images and keywords to unlock the early stream, begins at SyntheticaHideAndSeek.ilovemetric.com. These clues might appear anywhere and everywhere along the information super highway – from your favorite music blog to your dentist’s website. Participants should keep their eyes peeled and band together on Facebook, Twitter, or in Metric’s forum to collaborate. Happy hunting!

As you seek the clues to unlock Synthetica, enjoy two songs from the album, “Speed The Collapse” and “Youth Without Youth” below.

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Lastly, Metric has announced an extensive US tour for the Fall. Every ticket purchased for a headlining show comes with a download of “Youth Without Youth” (to be delivered to your inbox shortly after purchase) as well as a digital copy of Synthetica and 5 Synthetica Reflections tracks, to be delivered on June 12th. Purchase your tickets at ilovemetric.com/tour.

METRIC U.S. FALL TOUR

09.06.12 – Water Street Music Hall – Rochester, NY
09.08.12 – The Fillmore – Detroit, MI
09.09.12 – Madison Theatre – Covington, KY
09.11.12 – State Theatre – Minneapolis, MN
09.14.12 – Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, TN
09.17.12 – The Fillmore – Charlotte, NC
09.18.12 – Stage AE – Pittsburgh, PA
09.20.12 – Orpheum Theatre – Boston, MA
09.21.12 – The Strathmore – Washington, DC
09.22.12 – Tower Theater – Philadelphia, PA
09.23.12 – Radio City Music Hall – New York, NY
09.27.12 – Hard Rock – Orlando, FL
09.28.12 – The Fillmore – Miami, FL
09.29.12 – The Ritz – Tampa, FL
10.01.12 – Tabernacle – Atlanta, GA
10.02.12 – The Pageant – St. Louis, MO
10.04.12 – Ogden Theatre – Denver, CO
10.05.12 – The Depot – Salt Lake City, UT
10.06.12 – House of Blues – Las Vegas, NV
10.09.12 – The Greek Theatre – Los Angeles, CA
10.10.12 – Marquee Theatre – Tempe, AZ

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22 May
2012

Austin City Limits Music Festival 2012 Lineup Announced

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Austin City Limits Music Festival has announced its lineup for the 2012 edition of the festival. Set to headline this year’s lineup: Red Hot Chili Peppers, Neil Young and Crazy Horse, The Black Keys and Jack White. Three day tickets and single day passes are still on-sale for the festival for the festival set for October 12th through the 14th. Pick them up here while they last.

Check out the full lineup below:

Red Hot Chili Peppers, Neil Young and Crazy Horse, The Black Keys
Jack White, Florence + The Machine, The Avett Brothers, Iggy & The Stooges, AVICII, BASSNECTAR, The Roots, The Shins, Weezer, Gotye, The Civil Wars, M83, Tegan and Sara, Childish Gambino Two Door Cinema Club, Thievery Corporation, The Afghan Whigs, Crystal Castles, Andrew Bird, Gary Clark Jr., Metric, Band of Skulls, Esperanza Spalding, Alabama Shakes, Delta Spirit, M. Ward, Randy Rogers Band, Die Antwoord, Rufus Wainwright, NEEDTOBREATHE, Big Gigantic, Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra, Steve Earle, The War On Drugs, Umphrey’s McGee, Barrington Levy, Old 97′s Punch Brothers, Bombay Bicycle Club, A-Trak, Trampled by Turtles Patterson Hood, Michael Kiwanuka, Big K.R.I.T., Oberhofer, POLICA, Tennis, Zola Jesus, Stars, Kimbra, Black Lips, Los Campesinos!, Jovanotti, Ben Howard, Ruthie Foster, Freelance Whales, Civil Twilight, The Whigs, Dev, The Lumineers, Bad Books, The Devil Makes Three, Asleep at the Wheel, First Aid Kit Patrick Watson, LP, Caveman, Lee Fields & The Expressions, Father John Misty The Wombats, Dry the River, The Boxer Rebellion, Soul Rebels Brass Band Thundercat, Willis Earl Beal, He’s My Brother She’s My Sister, Kishi Bashi, Deep Dark Woods, Moon Duo, Kopecky Family Band, River City Extension Quiet Corral, Wheeler Brothers, The Relatives, Space Capone, The Staves Native Run, Nikki Lane, Quiet Company, Infantree, Wild Child, La Vida Bohème The Eastern Sea, The Dunwells, Kenny Vaughan Trio, Justin Jones, Sonámbulo Royal Teeth, Noah Gunderson, The Aaron Ivey Band, The Mighty Sincere Voices G.S.T., Colorfeels, Lera Lynn, Megan McCormick, Shields of Faith, Stapletones, The Baylor Choir, Disciples of Joy, Ralph’s World, Orange Sherbet, Big Don Rocknoceros, Hullabaloo, Jambo, Peter DiStefano & Tor, The School of Rock, The Q Brothers

01 May
2012


For the past week, Metric has been sharing clues with fans about “Youth Without Youth,” the band’s first single from the forthcoming album, Synthetica (MMI/Mom+Pop). We’ve seen mysterious video footage from the recording studio, heard Emily Haines and Jimmy Shaw speak on the making of the song, and even saw fan interpretations of “Youth Without Youth” after the song’s lyrics and sheet music were unveiled and before the song’s release (relive the experience at www.ilovemetric.com/youthwithoutyouth).

Today, “Youth Without Youth” is officially released and available for purchase at ilovemetric.com and iTunes.com/metric. A pre-order of Synthetica is also available at ilovemetric.com. Every pre-order comes with an immediate download of “Youth Without Youth” and 5 Synthetica Reflections tracks. You can also pre-order the album at iTunes.com/metric now and immediately download “Youth Without Youth” (but you’ll have to wait until June 12 to get the 5 Synthetica Reflections tracks).

Lastly, Metric has announced an extensive US tour for the Fall. Every ticket purchased for a headlining show comes with a download of “Youth Without Youth” (to be delivered to your inbox shortly after purchase) as well as a digital copy of Synthetica and 5 Synthetica Reflections tracks, to be delivered on June 12. Purchase your tickets at ilovemetric.com.

Listen to “Youth Without Youth”

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METRIC U.S. FALL TOUR
Exclusive pre-sale tickets that come with music at ilovemetric.com

09.06.12 – Water Street Music Hall – Rochester, NY
09.08.12 – The Fillmore – Detroit, MI
09.09.12 – Madison Theatre – Covington, KY
09.11.12 – State Theatre – Minneapolis, MN
09.14.12 – Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, TN
09.17.12 – The Fillmore – Charlotte, NC
09.18.12 – Stage AE – Pittsburgh, PA
09.20.12 – Orpheum Theatre – Boston, MA
09.21.12 – The Strathmore – Washington, DC
09.22.12 – Tower Theater – Philadelphia, PA
09.23.12 – Radio City Music Hall – New York, NY
09.27.12 – Hard Rock – Orlando, FL
09.28.12 – The Fillmore – Miami, FL
09.29.12 – The Ritz – Tampa, FL
10.01.12 – Tabernacle – Atlanta, GA
10.02.12 – The Pageant – St. Louis, MO
10.04.12 – Ogden Theatre – Denver, CO
10.05.12 – The Depot – Salt Lake City, UT
10.06.12 – House of Blues – Las Vegas, NV
10.09.12 – The Greek Theatre – Los Angeles, CA
10.10.12 – Marquee Theatre – Tempe, AZ

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19 Apr
2012


Only days after 11 Reflections of Synthetica video clips were unveiled online, even more details surrounding METRIC’s fifth, full-length studio album, Synthetica, continue to emerge. “Youth Without Youth,” the album’s first single, will be released digitally on May 1st, but starting today, fans can head to www.ilovemetric.com to unlock “secret little prizes” to learn more about the song. We don’t want to give away all the surprises – what fun would that be? All we’ll say is that in order to hear “Youth Without Youth” before May 1st, you’ll need to keep an eye on www.ilovemetric.com. And don’t forget, Synthetica will be released in North America on June 12.

Learn more about “Youth Without Youth”

Synthetica Reflection: #006
Synthetica Reflection: #041

Metric is currently confirmed for select performances on the international summer festival circuit, plus a series of headline dates throughout Europe in June/July (ticket pre-order began Wednesday April 18th at www.crowdsurge.com/metric).

METRIC – TOUR DATES CURRENTLY ANNOUNCED:

05.26.12 – The Gorge, Washington, USA @ The Gorge Amphitheatre (Sasquatch Music Festival)
05.27.12 – Bend, Oregon, USA @ Les Schwab Amphitheater (with Beck)
06.02.12 – Kansas City, Missouri, USA @ Live Strong Sporting Park
(for KRBZ 96.5 FM – The Buzz)
06.16.12 – Belleville, Ontario, Canada @ Big Music Fest
06.26.12 – Berlin, Germany @ Postbahnhof
06.28.12 – Werchter, Belgium @ Rock Werchter
06.30.12 – Istanbul, Turkey @ Mono Festival
07.02.12 – London, UK @ 02 Shepherds Bush Empire
07.03.12 – Paris, France @ Le Trianon
07.04.12 – Amsterdam, Holland @ Melweg
07.06.12 – London, UK @ Wireless Festival
07.07.12 – Manchester, UK @ HMV Ritz
07.08.12 – Oxford, UK @ 02 Academy
08.03.12 – Chicago, Illinois, USA @ Lollapalooza Festival
08.05.12 – Montreal, Quebec, Canada @ Osheagea Festival

S Y N T H E T I C A : TRACKLISTING

1. Artificial Nocturne
2. Youth Without Youth
3. Speed The Collapse
4. Breathing Underwater
5. Drums So Real
6. Lost Kitten
7. The Void
8. Synthetica
9. Clone
10. The Wanderlust
11. Nothing But Time

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