THE USED & TAKING BACK SUNDAY LIVE IN TORONTO: FEATURE EDITORIAL REVIEW

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LIVE IN TORONTO

FEATURE EDITORIAL REVIEW

 

Written By: Fridae Mattas

Last Tuesday April 8th, new school veteran rockers The Used and Taking Back Sunday took over Toronto’s THE USED LIVE @ THE KOOL HAUS APRIL 8TH 2014KoolHaus. The show was sold out and the fans were still wrapped around the Guvernment entertainment complex as they headed into the venue when I arrived. The Used hit number one on the Billboard Indie charts and debuted at number 14 on the Billboard 200 with their sixth studio album “Imaginary Enemy“. The LP was released on April 1st, 2014 and shattered Pandora’s streaming records. “Imaginary Enemy” is the most streamed premier in Pandora history, with over a million in the first week and over 625,000 spins on the actual date of release. Those numbers are pretty amazing for an indie band, these days it’s so much easier for people to find music they like, the possibilities are endless! The Used are not the only ones who released a new album; Taking Back Sunday dropped their fantastic new record “Happiness Is” March 18th. And, according to Bassist Shawn Cooper “It’s very rare that any band has their best release 6 albums in. In my opinion we did just that.”. You know what? I completely agree with Cooper. I’ve been listening to the older and new records of both bands; and the new albums are definitely the best material I have heard. You can read the full interview with Shaun Cooper here.

Photography By: Joanna Glezakos For FridaeTV
Photography By: Joanna Glezakos For FridaeTV

One of my friends saw the show in Chicago and told me Taking Back Sunday was on first so I was expecting them to hit the stage so Joanna and I could switch out but instead it was The Used who emerged with a blast of energy…Clearly my friend was confused…The stage set up had a bunch of TV’s stacked together on both sides. Cool visuals that also provided extra lighting, it reminded me of Rza’s set in the video for the track “Gone”. Have not had the chance to see The Used live before, I always missed them or they weren’t allowed into the country. Bert McCracken mentioned to the crowd that it was a challenge to get across the border.

THE USED LIVE @ THE KOOL HAUS APRIL 8TH 2014The fans went crazy and the flying bodies of crowd surfers bloomed as frontman Bert THE USED LIVE @ THE KOOL HAUS APRIL 8TH 2014McCracken jumped around enjoying the love and positive vibes from the crowd. First track of the twelve tune set was “Cry”, the bands latest single off of the new record. McCracken started strong, vocals were a little jittery when he was jumping around but that is absolutely understandable, its hard to keep a steady tone when your bouncing around. Unlike us critics, perfect vocals are not important to the fans but an unforgettable performance is.

THE USED LIVE @ THE KOOL HAUS APRIL 8TH 2014The Used definitely delivered a high energy, heartfelt set,  I did notice ballads are not McCracken’s forte as with many alt-rock singers. Regardless, he put his heart and soul into that performance, especially when they played “On My Own”, the second last track of the night. He talked about how music has saved him and how it  saved and continues to save countless more. This is true, music is a therapeutic outlet with benefits for many people. The world would be a miserable and more intolerable place without music. The crowd was singing along to every lyric of every tune, even the new songs! You can’t ask for anything more from McCracken, he did his job very well! I would have liked to see more show guitar, and by that I mean rocking out with the axe! Do some cool shit people will remember, especially if you’re the guitarist playing a medley that includes a cover of Nirvana’s “Smell’s Like Teen Spirit”. It sounded fantastic but visually I was bored and always ended up paying more attention to Bert’s stage shenanigans, full name Robert Edward McCracken aka “Bert”. The rest of the band is: Quinn Allman – Guitar/Backup Vox, Jeph Howard – Bass/Backup Vox and Dan Whitesides – Drums. 

THE USED LIVE @ THE KOOL HAUS APRIL 8TH 2014THE USED LIVE @ THE KOOL HAUS APRIL 8TH 2014THE USED LIVE @ THE KOOL HAUS APRIL 8TH 2014Best part of the set for me was seeing how the fans, young and old were so mesmerized by Bert’s antics. The setlist was a concoction of new, (they debuted the song “Revolution” from the just released “Imaginary Enemy”) and older tunes like “I Caught Fire”, “Pretty Handsome Awkward” (a crowd favorite), “Taste Of Ink” and of course the closing medley “A Box Full Of Sharp Objects” from the self-titled debut album The Used. That was amazing to my ears, they blended it with Nirvana’s ” Smells Like Teen Spirit” and Rage Against The Machine’s “Killing In the Name” before ending their part in the double bill blast from the new age rock past. Next time they reach Toronto, I will be there! There were two opening bands “Tonight Alive” and “Sleepwave” who we did not reach on time to see. Major thank you to fabulous FridaeTV photographer Joanna for braving the pit solo capturing some great shots and Sarah at Hopeless for always being amazing! TAKING BACK SUNDAY LIVE @ THE KOOL HAUS APRIL 8TH 2014TAKING BACK SUNDAY LIVE @ THE KOOL HAUS APRIL 8TH 2014TAKING BACK SUNDAY LIVE @ THE KOOL HAUS APRIL 8TH 2014Was very excited to see Taking Back Sunday throw it down, has been a while since I covered any of their live sets. When I first received the press release about new material from the band I was very confused because frontman Adam Lazzara looks completely different from the 2012 Warped Tour set. They kicked off the sixteen tunes with the quirky  “Stood A Chance”, it is the second single off of their newest record “Happiness Is”. The track began and vox was on key but midway through the song it was off, sounding pitchy as fuck and stayed like that for a minute until Lazzara found his vocal balance during the break down. Once he was back in control it was smooth sailing from there. Very sad that I could only stay for a few songs because of a prior engagement that needed my immediate attention. Tried to absorb as much of Lazzara’s trademark mic tossing and hair flipping as I could before my departure.

TAKING BACK SUNDAY LIVE @ THE KOOL HAUS APRIL 8TH 2014TAKING BACK SUNDAY LIVE @ THE KOOL HAUS APRIL 8TH 2014TAKING BACK SUNDAY LIVE @ THE KOOL HAUS APRIL 8TH 2014The whole band was rocking out from the first note played, they are; John Nolan – Lead Guitar, Eddie Reyes – Rhythm Guitar, Shaun Cooper – Bass and Mark O’Connell on the skins. I liked that they had Drummer O’Connell within view and not in the dark like The Used’s percussionist Dan Whitesides, who was shoved between the TV’s in the dark.They had a fantastic aura surrounding them as they rocked out to the capacity filled KoolHaus. Even though I saw a few people leave after the Used tore it up, it still looked, felt and sounded like a full house! This isn’t over, FridaeTV has to cover Taking Back Sunday again! According to a close friend TBS closed their set with “Make Damn Sure” from their third record “Louder Now”. As I was exiting the venue, I heard a few fans talking about what an incredible experience it was to see their favorite bands on one stage and how badly they needed to buy a tshirt before leaving. The Co-Headlining tour is still on and most dates are sold out but if you’re lucky to find tickets go! Feed your soul with some quality new school rock and roll! Buy their new records for new ear candy, both of these bands shred the stage and please your ears at the same time! COPYRIGHT © 2014 FRIDAE MATTAS. All Rights Reserved

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FRIDAE TV’S Q&A WITH – SHAUN COOPER OF TAKING BACK SUNDAY!

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Q&A

WITH

SHAUN COOPER

OF 

TAKING  BACK SUNDAY!

By: Fridae Mattas

Americano band Taking Back Sunday just dropped a new record March 18th called “Happiness Is”, you can grab yours here America and Canada you can download here! Why not a little Q&A with the band? Bassist Shaun Cooper took one for the team and answered a few of my questions…

 

FRIDAE: Your Sixth studio album was released March 18th, for everyones ears to hear, how excited are you?

SHAUN: I am so excited that tears of joy are streaming down my face as I type this!

FRIDAE: HaHa…When birthing the record, what journeys were taken? How was it conceived?

SHAUN: We actually conceived and birthed four children during the writing and recording of this record, so that was really something. We were just trying to write the best songs we are capable of.

FRIDAE: What can people expect on “Happiness Is”? Does it follow the same format as its predecessors or is it a completely different formulation of sounds?

SHAUN: I don’t know that any of our records followed a specific formula. Happiness Is is diverse and raw and probably the most interesting sounding album Taking Back Sunday has released. 

 

FRIDAE: Over the years there have been many changes with the band, what obstacle was the hardest to overcome?

SHAUN: Some people like to think of us as solely a nostalgia act. I think Happiness Is will shatter that notion. It’s very rare that any band has their best release 6 albums in. In my opinion we did just that.

FRIDAE: I remember how crazy the crowd was last year at Warped tour when you guys tore up the stage. What was the craziest show you can recall?

SHAUN: We played an amazing sold out show in Singapore a few weeks ago. The crowd was amazing. It seemed like everyone in attendance knew every word to every song we played that night.

FRIDAE: Are there any artists out there today you would like to collaborate with?

SHAUN: What is Sisqo up to these days? I thought The Thong Song was rad.

(LOL)

FRIDAE: Who came up with the idea of a Co-Tour with The Used?

SHAUN: I don’t know who initially had the idea. It’s something we’ve wanted to do for a long time though so I’m glad it finally worked out.

FRIDAE: Any plans to add anymore tour dates this year in Canada?

SHAUN: I don’t know yet but we would love to.

FRIDAE: What are your top five favorite albums of all time?

SHAUN: Guns ‘n Roses Appetite For Destruction, The Beatles Abbey Road, Nirvana Nevermind, Rancid …And Out Come The Wolves, Radiohead The Bends.

FRIDAE: For all of the new bands out there, what piece of wisdom would you like to share?

SHAUN: Persistence pays!

FRIDAE: The horror fan in me needs to know…Have any of you been to the Amityville house?

SHAUN: When Eddie (Guitarist) was a kid he used to give tours of the place to tourists, he’d charge them $5 apiece. He saved that money to buy his first guitar.

FRIDAE: That story is fantastic! Thank you so much for taking the time to answer my random questions, epecially the Amityville one! Looking forward to seeing you all rock the stage again at the sold out Kool Haus show with The Used in Toronto April 8th!

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TAKING BACK SUNDAY IS:

Adam Lazzara – Lead Vocals

Eddie Reyes – Rhythm Guitar

Shaun Cooper – Bass

John Nolan – Lead Guitar, Vocals, Keys

MarkO’Connell – Drums, Percussion

 

THE USED TO RELEASE “IMAGINARY ENEMY” APRIL 1ST

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Imaginary Enemy To Release on April 1st

Pre-Orders Now Available on iTunes

The Used has released a new single and music video for “Cry”off their upcoming album, “Imaginary Enemy,” set to release onApril 1st, 2014. Watch the music video here. Album pre-orders are now available on iTunes here . “Imaginary Enemy,” produced by the acclaimed John Feldmann, is the band’s sixth studio full-length, following the success of 2012’s “Vulnerable,” which debuted at #8 on the Billboard Top 200 charts, selling 32,000 copies in its first week alone and marking the group’s fourth top 10 album. Through his dark, cinematic storytelling, “Cry”music video director, Gus Black (Deftones, Atlas Genius) sends the viewer on a journey that guarantees to you fully captivate you until the video’s very last frame. “Do we ever truly recognize moments of life altering change?” asks The Used frontman, Bert McCracken“And does a glimpse of true recognition ever move to solidify the fleeting moments of life that pass us by? What does it mean to live forever in the eternal now? How can we, as human beings, avoid the serfdom of the philosophical concept of ‘future’? Before it is too late we must learn to love the precious present with all of the fury and passion life has allowed us. Understanding that it is exactly what we do with our tragedy to inspire others with theirs, that makes us the people we are. In the words of the great Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel:— “The owl of Minerva spreads its wings only with the falling of the dusk.” Please enjoy our new song ‘Cry’.”

The Used—which also includes guitarist Quinn Allman, bassist Jeph Howard and drummer Dan Whitesides formed in Orem, Utah in 2001, signing to Reprise Records that same year. Championed by producer and collaborator John Feldmann, the band issued their gold-certified Self-Titled debut in 2002, quickly cementing the Used as leaders among the post-hardcore elite, thanks in part to unforgettable singles like “Box Full of Sharp Objects,” “The Taste of Ink,” “Blue And Yellow”and “Buried Myself Alive.” The band then released the CD/DVD combo Maybe Memories” in 2003, now certified platinum, featuring B-sides, live cuts, demos and unreleased tracks, while still another gold record followed—2004’s In Love And Death”—spawning singles “Take It Away,” “I Caught Fire” and “All That I’ve Got” – which earned the band their firstMuchMusic Video Award nomination.

 The band’s second MuchMusic Video Award nomination came from 2007’s “Lies For The Liars,” for the music video for “The Bird and The Worm.” Lies For The Liars hit #5 on the Billboard Top 200, led to 2009’s “Artwork,” which peaked at #10 on theBillboard Top 200. As if that weren’t enough to keep a band busy, since 2001 the Used has also destroyed countless stages the world over, touring with a who’s who of modern rock and heavy music contemporaries, and have been featured acts at major festivals like Warped Tour, Taste of Chaos, Ozzfest, Projekt Revolution and the UK’s Reading and Leeds festivals.

2011 marked a year of change for The Used. Leaving Reprise Records, their label of ten years, the band formed their own label, Anger Music Group, which they have independently released 2012’s studio album “Vulnerable” and an EP “The Ocean of the Sky” in 2013. A band that has never shied away from using their music as a platform to ask the tough questions and evoke political conversation, The Used brings that passion tenfold on “Imaginary Enemy.” A palpable sense of the band’s commitment, frustration, and optimism for the future lies at the very core of each track.

The Used will release “Imaginary Enemy” on April 1st, 2014 and will be touring with Taking Back Sunday to support the record. For more information, check out: www.TheUsed.net

“Imaginary Enemy” Tracklisting:

01. Revolution

02. Cry

03. El-Oh-Vee-Ee

04. A Song to Stifle Imperial Progression

(A work in progress) 

05. Generation Throwaway

06. Make Believe

07. Evolution

08. Imaginary Enemy

09. Kenna song

10. Force without Violence 

11. Overdose

 TOUR DATES W/ TAKING BACK SUNDAY

FRI 3/14/2014 QUIKTRIP PARK – SOUTH BY SO WHAT?! DALLAS TX
SAT 3/15/2014 BACKSTAGE LIVE SAN ANTONIO TX
SUN 3/16/2014 BAYOU MUSIC CENTRE – HWHAP FEST HOUSTON TX
TUE 3/18/2014 MARQUEE THEATRE PHOENIX AZ
FRI 3/21/2014 IN THE VENUE SALT LAKE CITY UT
SAT 3/22/2014 IN THE VENUE SALT LAKE CITY UT
SUN 3/23/2014 KNITTING FACTORY BOISE ID
TUE 3/25/2014 WARFIELD SAN FRANCISCO CA
THU 3/27/2014 PALLADIUM LOS ANGELES CA
FRI 3/28/2014 HOUSE OF BLUES SAN DIEGO CA
SAT 3/29/2014 EXTREME THING LAS VEGAS NV
TUE 4/1/2014 OGDEN THEATRE DENVER CO
WED 4/2/2014 SOKOL OMAHA NE
FRI 4/4/2014 EAGLES BALLROOM MILWAUKEE WI
SAT 4/5/2014 CONCORD MUSIC HALL CHICAGO IL
SUN 4/6/2014 FILLMORE DETROIT MI
TUE 4/8/2014 KOOL HAUS TORONTO ON
WED 4/9/2014 THE ARMORY ROCHESTER NY
FRI 4/11/2014 WEBSTER THEATRE HARTFORD CT
SAT 4/12/2014 HOUSE OF BLUES BOSTON MA
SUN 4/13/2014 TOWER THEATRE PHILADELPHIA PA
TUE 4/15/2014 BEST BUY THEATRE NEW YORK NY
SAT 4/19/2014 SANDS BETHLEHEM PA
TUE 4/22/2014 FILLMORE SILVER SPRING MD
THU 4/24/2014 THE TABERNACLE ATLANTA GA
SAT 4/26/2014 REVOLUTION FT LAUDERDALE FL
SUN 4/27/2014 HOUSE OF BLUES ORLANDO FL


TAKING BACK SUNDAY NEW ALBUM “HAPPINESS IS” DROPS MARCH 18TH!

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Taking Back Sunday Announce New Album ‘Happiness Is’

We are thrilled to announce that Taking Back Sunday will release their new album Happiness Is on March 18th! You can pre-order the album now here!!

The band released a new track off of the album also! You can hear the studio version of “Flicker, Fade” now here.

VANS WARPED TOUR 2012 – TORONTO EDITORIAL REVIEW

Photography By: Joanna Glezakos for Fridae TV

VANS WARPED TOUR 2012

TORONTO

EDITORIAL REVIEW

 

By: Fridae Mattas

This was my second Warped tour and I didn’t think I would make it! There was a torrential downpour the minute I hopped onto the streetcar to head for the Flats at Molson Canadian Amphitheater which used to be Ontario Place. Now, they have turned Ontario Place into a three-in-one summer venue; The Molson Canadian Amphitheater, The Flats and Echo Beach.

Once I finally arrived and checked in drenched from head to toe, I headed straight for the stage at the Amphitheater where Joanna (Fridae TV Photographer) was already waiting. The venue had pond like puddles, inside of the Amphitheater was flooded and the people were huddled together trying to stay dry in ankle deep water. They really need to add a few more drains at this venue to keep it from flooding, it reminded me of the under developed areas in Cuba where they do not have many drains to control the water flow of heavy rains.

Photography By: Joanna Glezakos for Fridae TV

The rain added to the list of problems for this year’s Toronto stop, earlier in the day I was told a Woman had a heart attack during a band’s set. After talking with a few people I found out that it was Taylor Nesseth, 19 from Ontario. This was her first trip away from home  and the girl had been saving every penny in a jar to attend “The Best Day Ever”. Taylor was in the mosh pit during American Deathcore band Chelsea Grin’s set and collapsed near the stage at about 12:40. Her friends and other concert goers were trying to revive her but were unsuccessful. The paramedics arrived and found her without a pulse, they rushed her to Toronto Western Hospital where she was pronounced dead. My condolences go out to Taylor Nesseth’s Family and Friends this tragedy is so heartbreaking. Nesseth’s official cause of death still unknown, autopsy results are still to be released.

After the tragic passing of the teenage girl, The Monster Stage at Echo Beach was shut down for the remainder of the festival, they say it was due to the weather but it was shut down immediately after the Chelsea Grin set. This incident hits close to home for me and every time I think of this poor girl, I remember one of the times I almost lost my teenage life at a concert.

Photography By: Joanna Glezakos For Fridae TV

Every stage was rescheduled after the storm minus the Monster stage, amazingly enough there were people still waiting for some live tunes! Everyone who had a Toronto Warped Tour ticket was welcome to hit the Buffalo stop of the tour but thousands of people refused to leave, they wanted to rock on regardless of the rain.

Photography By: Joanna Glezakos for Fridae TV

First up after much confusion was T.Mills, we had no idea what was going on and who was playing where. Last minute decision was we would wander to the biggest crowd and at that moment in time the House Of Marley stage had an enormous crowd waiting for whoever. I asked a few of the fans who they were waiting to see and they told me T. Mills along with a brief biography. T. Mills also known as Travis Mills 23, from Riverside California is a self made pop rapper causing a stir with his debut EP “Finder Keepers”. As a Rapper he is not too bad but his lyrics need work, a lot of it. I do give him props for putting on an entertaining set, giving the girls in the front row the attention they were craving.

Photography By: Joanna Glezakos for Fridae TV
Photography By: Joanna Glezakos for Fridae TV

Punk-Pop veterans Yellowcard hit the stage next, they have been in the game since 1997 with a few line-up changes in the years. This band stands out because of the use of a Violin with their punk sound. Vocals were okay, the music sounded fantastic especially the violin and guitar but I was expecting authentic enthusiasm from the band. I picked up this vibe that they were not enjoying themselves too much, everything seemed a little forced as I noticed with a few other bands. Tonight Alive’s front Woman “Jenna McDougall” didn’t seem as though she was genuinely feeling the tunes she was performing, it was very pageant like. Her voice sounded decent but the heart was not there. I did like her Sailor Moonish hairdo, I still wear my hair like that sometimes. Other bands we caught were, Of Mice and Men who put on a crowd worthy performance but it was nothing new or special to my eyes and ears.

A few other performances worth a mention are Every Time I Die who put on a solid set, but I wish vocal mic was a little louder than the guitars. Even standing at the back of the crowd where the sound is the best, you could not hear him sing. A new band to my ears was Breathe Carolina who for an auto-tune band put on a very energetic and respectable performance, the people were loving them. The crowd was more of a blend than last year, various groups of people young and old.

Photography By: Joanna Glezakos for Fridae TV
Photography By: Joanna Glezakos for Fridae TV

As we waited to be let into the pit for one of the bands, there was some random trailer park looking bottle blonde with a Nikki Sixx try hard look-a-like who thought he was a super star. Trailer girl was yelling for everyone to get out of their way so they could pass. Nobody cared about the pint sized Mini Sixx or knew what band he belonged to, yet gladly moved out of his way without a fuss. It was amusing to me because of the recent documentary on Warped Tour  “No Room For Rock Stars”. That wannabe isn’t the only one guilty of this, there are many I have come across that have bigger egos than talent and careers. What they don’t realize is, because of that ego their career is at a stand still, people don’t like arrogance.

Photography By: Joanna Glezakos for Fridae TV
Photography By: Joanna Glezakos for Fridae TV

Moving it along, we don’t want a super novel to unfold! Next band that I thought was pretty good was Pierce The Veil, as lead vocals Vic Fuentes stated “We’re just a bunch of Mexicans from California”, not too shabby for a bunch of Mexicans, they tore it up! Still so young yet they know how to work the stage and crowd. Judging from the fans reception these young larries have a very bright future ahead of them!

Photography By: Joanna Glezakos for Fridae TV

Next up was another old school Florida punk band New Found Glory, I was never a fan of this band but thought, hey why not see how they do live. Not bad at all, they put on a good show although I’m still not feeling vocals too much but I do recommend checking them out.

Photography By: Joanna Glezakos for Fridae TV
Photography By: Joanna Glezakos for Fridae TV
Photography By: Joanna Glezakos For Fridae TV

Before I talk about the last band, one more must have a mention Taking Back Sunday! They were the best of the Tour hands down! Adam Lazzara’s Vocals were stellar and he embodied every note of his music in the performance. They were so amazing live, the crowd loved every single second of the set. Surprisingly they let us stay in the pit for four tunes, the only band that day who let the media stay in the pit for more than two. I ducked out of the crazy pit after the third tune to watch from the side, I would love to see them rock out again. What I realized about Warped tour is almost every random media outlet is accredited, professional or not. There was “Media” in the pit with their Walmart cameras taking teenie shots of themselves in front of the bands as they played. Another thing I noticed that I have only seen at Warped Tour is every Tom, Dick, Mary and Larry backstage stands on the stage to watch the sets. Common courtesy, if you are not a photographer, videographer, stage tech or in the band, get the fuck off the stage!

Photography By: Joanna Glezakos for Fridae TV
Photography By: Joanna Glezakos for Fridae TV

The final band I will speak of for this years Toronto stop of the Vans Warped Tour is Britain’s , You Me At Six. They actually did well despite the sound issues, majority of the bands had some pretty killer sound considering there was a hurricane like storm hours before. The crowd of mostly teenage females was anxiously waiting for them to begin and then sang every word to every song. I’ve never covered a set or attended a concert where the band had to ask the crowd to start surfing. Their fans were female and after the death of  19 year old Taylor Nesseth earlier that day, was that really a good idea? However, they did start floating and bodies were flying after lead vocals Josh Franceschi requested it without incident.

Warped tour is always great for the variety of bands, if you don’t like one band, you can easily find another by wandering around to the different stages. This year was different, a new venue was hosting, the weather was out of control and a young concert goer lost her life. The show must go on and that it did! Bands played and the music was heard as thousands of people enjoyed their time at the Toronto date of The 2012 Vans Warped Tour, a little rain didn’t scare them off! I have to give huge thanks to my awesome photographer Joanna for the always fantastic shots and the incredible folks over at MSO. As always, you can find more photos and videos of majority of the mentioned artists here and here, see you all next year!

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