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The Rave is a trip through house and techno and acid and ghetto tech and breaks and jungle and drum'n bass and even a trip to the chillout room at the end. Dedicated to the memory of Robert Kirk, age O verseas email for rates. DJ Ayres - The Rave 1. This is a full-blown ass-on-the-floor, champagne bottle to the face, club affair.

Intro 2. Tittsworth - Friday Night 6. Bamabounce - Poppin My Collar 7. Sinden - Hustlin 8. Rod Lee Hold That Gun (James Ford - Simian Mobile Disco Mix) - Keith (4) - The Remixes (Vinyl) About to Get Ugly DJ Class - Stop Snitchin DJ Technics - Big Elle Bamabounce - Bring Em Out Trilladelphians - It's Goin Down Low Bee - What You Know Tittsworth - Bojangles Tittsworth - In Yo Face Cody Chesnutt - Bitch.

I'm Broke. Outkast - Prototype DJ Technics - Prototype Bamabounce - Me And You Bamabounce - 1, 2 Step Bamabounce - Love Tittsworth - Brains Bamabounce - Mhunglo I'm Hung Low Rod Lee - Bernie Joint Ayres's edit Jonny Blaze - Black Sheep DJ Ayres - Go Back Rod Lee - Star Track Hold That Gun (James Ford - Simian Mobile Disco Mix) - Keith (4) - The Remixes (Vinyl) Griff - Respect DJ Technics - Mr Postman Tittsworth - Easy Curtis Mayfield - Move On Up Bamabounce - Wutang Slide Diamond K - Go Down Sweet Dreams Interlude Tittsworth - WAPO Tittsworth - Eyewhips Tittsworth - Reeses Pieces Frank Ski - Welcome to Baltimore medley pt 1 Frank Ski - Where's Ya Boyfriend medley pt 2 KW Griff - Tony's Back medley pt 4 Samir - Na Na Na Mark B - Feel The Beat Dukeyman - A Break Tittsworth - Georgia and more!

Bamabounce - Wu-Tang Slide 3. Tittsworth - The Jeffersons 4. Tittsworth - On and On remix of Missy Elliot 5. Tittsworth - Some Cut remix of Trillville 7. Tittsworth - Sardines remix of Junkyard Band 9. Ayres - Broke Ass Home remix of Ludacris Tittsworth - Milli Vanilli. This CD comemorates the boys' tour of duty - never forget. Amanda Blank Master P feat. It's the Motherfucking Remix Vol 2 sees the crew step their production game up heavily, running the gamut from simple two turntable blends to intricately multitracked and arranged original remixes.

In keeping with the arc of The Rub party in Brooklyn, the boys genre-hop across a vast spectrum of music: disco, old school rap, dancehall, 80s pop, indy rock, soul, southern hip-hop, classic break beats, intimate crunk and booty bass.

MTV said "cop it - only if you're ready to dance" and Vapors called it "strictly hot shit. Houston compiles 27 classic Texas rap records from '88 to ' Download Snippets MP3 of Houston. This is DJ Ayres stretching out with all types of fly shit: funk, disco, fast rap, baltimore club, smash-togethers, crunk, electro, house and booty music. Bee Gees - Night Fever 4. Luther Vandross - Never Too Much 5. Salsoul Orchestra - Runaway 8. Chic - Good Times 9. First Choice - Love Thang Sister Sledge - He's the Greatest Dancer Roy Ayers - Runnin The Emotions - Best of My Love D-Train - Keep On Heat Wave - Boogie Nights Michael Jackson - Off The Wall There aren't any ironic mashups, scratch routines or silly skits, just classic dance music mixed smoothly the whole way through for optimal dance-ability.

The vibe is roller rinks, laser beams and pinball machines. Moments in Love - Art of Noise. That's right, it's the sequel! Intro Yarbrough and Peoples - Don't Stop the Music Kleer - Intimate Connection Cameo - Single Life Timex Social Club - Rumors Kinky Foxx - So Different Jocelyn Brown - Somebody Else's Guy Hi-Five - The Kissing Game Terence Trent Darby - Wishing Well Neneh Cherry - Buffalo Stance Nolan Thomas - Yo Little Brother Cheryl Lynn - Encore Odyssey - Inside Out Kid Creole - I'm Corrupt Evelyn King - I'm In Love Prince - Head The Jets - Crush On You Teena Marie - Lovergirl Sheila E - The Glamorous Life Johnny Kemp - Just Got Paid Dino - I Like It Al B Sure - Night and Day The System - Don't Disturb this Groove The first half of the mix is mostly classic west coast hip-hop joints run with the original funk and soul songs they sample.

The second half gets into uptempo funk, electro, house, mashup dancefloor fun. Ghostface Chamber Music 1. DJ Soul Intro 2. Ghostface "Cobra Clutch" 5. Ghostface "Live On Stage Freestyle" 9. Raekwon feat Ghostface "Rainy Dayz Remix" Ghostface "Beatles" Ghostface "Jealousy" Ghostface "Good Times" Omega One remix Romauld Chic — Everybody Dance Frankie Valli — Who Loves You Das Pop — Underground Julien Clerc — Quand Je Joue Daniel Balavoine — Vivre Ou Survivre Richard Sanderson — Reality Zoot Woman — Grey Day The Rave — Mother Fancy — You Never Know Frank Stallone — Far From Over Sheila — Misery Todd Rundgren — International Feel.

Wolfmother — Woman [Avalanches Millstream Remix] 2. Spiller — Music by Night 3. Plan B feat. Epic Man — More Is Enough 6. Soft Tigers — Mr. Icecream 8. Bumblebeez — Rio Soulwax — Kraak [Nite Version] Punks Jump Up — Beep Beep Soulwax — Phantom Juiceboxxx and Dr Skull — Sweat For such a video-based era, a lot of 80s bands seem to neglect their visual output. Wire — Their 80s output is terribly overlooked, though the band has been playing some of those songs live in recent years. I would LOVE deluxe editions of those records similar to the ones which just came out for the first three.

Seems like a long shot though. Throwing Muses — Deluxe album sets are a huge dream of mine and will likely never happen. I know they exist. Would be nice to see them released officially. It would also be nice to have an official Troy Tate sessions album released as well as a complete BBC sessions album released. Surprised that never happened. Lovely things could be done with the Lamb, Broadcast, and Goldfrapp records. And last, but not least, a friend of mine always joke about what we would put out if we ran a boutique reissue label regardless of money considerations.

With regards to Stereolab, they are about to begin re-issuing the back-cat on vinyl to tie in with the reunion gigs. I live Geneva. Especially their second album Weather Underground. They could compile a 3cd release easily. Same with the inxs back catalogue of vintage mixes. So either labels stop giving supermarkets access to highly sought after product and giving them to music retail.

It pains me to know hmv is in the state that it is and labels need to take some blame for a lackluster regarding releases. I fear we are going to experience so many different vinyl colour variants that it will just not be financially sustainable as a fan. Fill in the many gaps. Would have sold out quickly!

And for all the wishes for a Wham! Before I stop thinking of more because we could be here all day. And then make them digitally available on Netflix?! This year is the 50th anniv. This year is their 50th anniv. Quiet Life is 40 this year!!! That would be a dream! But I fear that there is not much left. The first 3 and the 5th album have been reissued but not the 4th. USA is no fun now but that album rocks.

What Price Paradise is supposed to be happening according to Gary Daly at some point. Thank you Neil, Hold That Gun (James Ford - Simian Mobile Disco Mix) - Keith (4) - The Remixes (Vinyl). Great news about China Crisis. OMD reissues so far are not much to write home about. Mostly a few expanded single cds and of course the disastrous 2cd reissue of Junk Culture with all its mistakes. Not impressed with any OMD reissue so far. Every one of those albums should be SDE!

I agree, but… Not unless Stevie allows the master tapes to be used. Queen full album box set on CD would be a dream come true. The did it in a fantastic way for vinyl it seems looking at SDEs coverage — why on earth would we not get it on CD? Hello, it actually exist. Best regards, hans. I did reach out to Cherry Red a couple of years ago, but nothing came of it. An Essential! More then enough material for a stunning compilation, make it a Superdeluxe! Hope it will see daylight soon.

With an Ian Brown album imminent, it would also be nice if there was some sort of Stone Roses activity. The debut album era has been done to death though. Amazon have been price-matching HMV up the way for months now. Yes and no. Several years ago, in the pre-streaming age, there was an interview with a guy who was a record company manager at the time, saying that the goal for his company price-wise was to charge about 50 EUR currently about 43 GBP for each newly released cd-album, sounding quite sure that they would get away it.

I swore to myself that i would stick around to not paying more than 15 EUR about 13 GBP for any single cd and ever did so since then, not missing much i wanted. Underworld will hopefully be doing a super deluxe A Hundred Days Off. An unfairly overlooked gem along with its follow-up, Oblivion With Bells. There was a short re-pressing late last year that sold out in a couple of weeks, so Martin and the label have decided to do a bigger scale reissue, particularly given the success of the LP version that Captured Tracks put out recently.

Captured Tracks should be doing a second volume of his Teatime Assortment series, collecting tracks from recently self-released albums. Hopefully that should yield some interesting results. And on a similar note, I really, really hope Universal re-press the Orb 2CD sets from a few years ago, as they still go for daft prices. Pipe dreams… more James and Idlewild reissues; Kraftwerk first three albums box; Lightning Seeds sets with b-sides discs; Wire, Some R. Top of my list would be a cd box set edition of The Band Capitol Years vinyl set from years ago.

I doubt I will see it though. Happy to all. Reissue wise I really hope there is a Wings 77 — 79 box with an exclusive live album like 71 — 73, which was last years SDE of the year for me.

I have given up hope of any Elton or Van reissues. Hugely dissapointing as well that the proposed Japanese Elton mini-LPs were cancelled last year.

The dreadful state of the Wham! If record executives are reading this — come on pull your finger out and make this your priority for But most importantly, make sure it is done properly! Thanks James. The same label controls both catalogues, too! Like it costs them anything to do that.

What are they doing that takes so long? Sony would take years to warm he up to doing something, like Faith in Just like Faith, there was also nothing unreleased on it at all. Even Kate Bush gave us an unreleased track on her recent reissues!! For example I could examine something like a new Wham!

Not some kind of anthology with loads of cool new-to-CD rarities. The Swing turns 35 this year! Great album! The same one you have been using is looking nasty.

Jazz is their best album hands down. We need the original nine track remastered. My original cassette purchase in came with a book that some wanker threw away it was not me. I would pay big bucks for a Stop Making Sense box set. Warner needs to address their catalog and Talking Heads. Some of those records are really good. A Texas — Southside 30th anniversary deluxe would be most welcome.

As would a Simple Minds Street fighting years box to sit beside the others. The Dire Straits album reissues in were good, but basic. Would like to know if there are enough non-album tracks to justify new reissues 2 CD or longer for each studio album. Most importantly, would love to hear the entire Alchemy concert without any edits. Was this recorded over multiple nights, or only one night?

The DVD looks like a straight transfer from the original VHS tape, complete with stray hair in the camera lens near the end of the show. So yes, DS could definitely use a reissue campaign. But would be nice, if done correctly. CDs and vinyl, of course, plus the full Alchemy show on Blu-Ray. For a start, there are the two EPs which never made it to the reissues. Then there are some non-album b-sides, and demos from the 1st album period.

So yeah Mark, we do like what you did in those years. Your new album is great, but please do remember that there is a legacy out there waiting to be cherished. The album is a masterpiece and their absolutely greatest achievement although the band members seem to slam it every time they go public.

I completely agree — I Love AHM, the first truly great PF album to my ears, better even than Meddle, it seems to me to be the first album when phase2 properly clicked. Realistically though, I think no chance. The deluxe material for Atom Heart Mother? It sure was. Jimmy Page always spoke with great pride that the mighty Zep were at their best on stage. How about a couple of huge live bootleg box sets this year, then? From the early years, thank you very much.

Keep them coming. Would absolutely love new material from OMD and any old unreleased they may have. I really love listening to Navigation and added some other b-sides from that era to my playlist. They have a lot of excellent songs that could have made that a double CD. Props to these guys and Simple Minds for still putting out good music.

On the other hand, TFF is really a joke. Get it together guys or finally retire the name. The long gaps between material tarnished their legacy. Wow, where do I begin? I just want to hear the original mixes sounding as good as they can sound, and if there are worthy bonuses for each album, so be it. There are skimpy boxes of his first five Columbia albums, but Mr.

Kooper has said that he is dissatisfied with the mixes. I realize this could be a bit large, but look at the box set that was released around one Yes tour! I keep hoping that a new edition of TALKING BOOK will be issued, complete with braille on the cover like the original official vinyl; when I lost my sight in and had to learn braille, I immediately went to a record store to seek out that record so I could read what he wrote on the cover.

Now, that added attraction no longer exists! I hope that is not true and that further searches bring up those masters! Sorry to have gone on for so long, but those are my Holy Grails of the moment. Please pass those along, Paul, if you can. Well Kevin, I agree with you about Stevie. Ry Cooder remasters. Whatever became of the Scritti Politti deluxe reissues from Rough Trade?

Also, I remember reading in that deluxe editions of the two albums from Living In A Box were being done…but they seem to have fallen off the map, too. I read somewhere related to that Living In A Box that Go west were supposed to be getting the same treatment.

Anybody at Polydor listening? Their marketing is pretty poor, given their hefty catalog. There should be box sets that continue what they started in with their fantastic Studio Albums set and Odessa.

For the 40th anniversary, the League finally creaked the door open on their archive with the ludicrously overpriced Anthology a few years back.

I think a 5. No doubt whoever owns Dare will eek out a pathetic 40th anniversary set inbut it would be nice if all the HL albums could be overhauled in proper deluxe versions.

Octopus could also do with an overhaul sound wise. Anything unreleased would be great too. Fun Boy Three — Waiting. This may be a safe bet; Cherry Red have issued the first two albums. Came out in Japan a couple of years ago, but no bonus tracks.

Deluxe upgrades of all their albums would be welcome. It is the 40th anniversary of their first album too. A John Renbourn 6CD set is in the works incorporating the two rare albums with Dorris Hendersonpending permissions.

We are suppose to be getting some Kim Wilde unreleased stuff confirmed by RAK also we have the big Blondie box set this year. There will be a Wishbone Ash set multiple discs at the end of the year, marking their 50th anniversary. It comes with a fabulous booklet essay by Tubby Hayes biographer Simon Spillett, unpublished photos and period press cuttings, and the only three tracks released by the band at the time from a Decca live compilation as bonus tracks.

Janet Jackson back catalogue remastered and mixes! Kim Wilde post Close album remasters! Whitney Houston album remasters! I just love to see Jethro Tull Thick as a Brick and Benefit updated release the same treatment This Was received and the reissue campain up to at least Rock Island album.

Re TAAB, the corrected version is impossible to find and, in any case, there were hardly any extras on it. The Distractions box set from Hidden Masters label is long promised. Hopefully they will finally release it this year.

Well……Fiat Lux have been on hold for the last 35 years with a proper album release, so I really hope that happens while some of us are still around…. Marc and the Mambas cassettes in the Coil archive? Well, I suppose it has been a while since the Neu! There is a new Michael Rother box set coming out on cd and vinyl this February!

Forgot to mention that before. I will be going for the cd set, which has one new album of soundtrack material. There is a bonus record on vinyl. But the rest is just his first four post-Neu! Inevitable Records has some amazing releases indeed, though DOA arent the first that come to my mind, but rather the excellent Brian Atherton projects Box Of Toys and especially the amazing The Light with one of best singles of the 80s — Contrasting Strangers.

Gene clark- complete solorecording- This would be an absolute must. Talk talk — a complete set of all recordings remastered.

Best regards, hans from sweden. Woodstock Festival 50 years young this year so maybe we might get the massive 30 CD set that was talked about in the booklet with 40th anniversary 6 disc set…? Do hope that something will happen for that. A set of live Zeppelin would also be very very welcome. Are you reading this Jimmy?! It looked like it was a real labour of love, but not the full SDE treatment.

That will have a Limited Special Edition for sure! And probably a Burning Shed exclusive coloured vinyl. Yrs, and with the original Capitol mixes as well…oh, and a standalone of the Capitol Beatles Story spoken word album, vinyl and CD.

Never gonna happen though is it! I know her name is rarly mentioned him but when will a rarites collection come from Donna Summer? Plenty of unreleased material does exist. Hold That Gun (James Ford - Simian Mobile Disco Mix) - Keith (4) - The Remixes (Vinyl) to see expanded editions of those recordings while Georgia is still available for input.

I have tickets for Tears For Fears…. Is the tour going to be cancelled again? Is Curt out? Is someone else playing bass and singing, are rehearsals going ahead? I believe anything right now. Expect studio work in progress, and live material possibly an Atmos mix of the album. As usual I think it will be out in Nov. Monster is an album that has always divided opinion, so it will be interesting to see how much love they put into it.

I enjoyed Green through Automatic. Thought Hi-fi was OK…but. I really enjoyed Up through to Collapse Into Now, the critics wrote their usual bollocks about those albums. Good luck, I think maybe Monster will still polarise opinion — which is a good thing really.

Still, the ATS tour was brilliant and I got see them loads of times which more than made up for not being able to see them at Wembley Arena on the Monster tour and made my contribution to the world of REM live bootlegs with help from some enterprising and trusting American fans who loaned me a DAT recorder and mics. A good reissue of Talking Heads back catalogue. Roger Waters 5. A proper deluxe reissue programme of Tangerine Dream as well. The BIG anniversary this year is the 50th of Woodstock.

Rumoured complete as can be multi-disc set of the full audio and an expanded film. The anniversary is also being celebrated with a 3 day event at Watkins Glenn I believe, the original site now housing a 15, seat not big enough outdoor amphitheater.

Bootleg 15 will be good whatever it is. Tori Amos cont. Howard Jones cont. Monster planned for Oct. I know other releases were being worked on… U2 cont. Xymox Phoenix. Agree with another Bowie box. A blu ray of a full show would be a welcome addition to the series.

Cheap Trick Dream Police turns Would like to see them celebrate that somehow. Alt-pop maestros Imperial Teen have a new album in the bag to be unleashed sometime this year also.

Roddy Bottum from Faith No Mores other band. Hoping it will be as great as their Hold That Gun (James Ford - Simian Mobile Disco Mix) - Keith (4) - The Remixes (Vinyl) effort Feel The Sound. Agree on both. Terence trench is a gem. Current release date for Mezzanine 20 is now 19th April — this year?

Next year? Some time? Only 6 months behind schedule! They do this with every single release! INXS is the band I have most wanted deluxe editions of all of their albums, and I am absolutely stoked about the possibility! Also very much looking forward to the a-ha reissues. Feeling a bit pessimistic about the year ahead. Screw Brexit — i want to see some more properly done Superdeluxe box sets. This should be the last chance for the record companies to give us everything we want and to actually pay for it.

This does not complete my CD collection; it just merely complicates it by having to get the new reisusue for the demos and then retain the original reissue for for the mixes and non-album tracks. Erasure have finally announced the 30th reissue of Wild. Excited to get a remastered album, but the second disc leaves a lot to be desired. Can we please get some consistency. And last years PSB reissue campaign could easily have been extended to include bonus discs of all the remixes.

Surely a lot more people would have bought them, right? CD sales will be obsolete and we will get everything free on Spotify. So, please record companies — make the reissue campaigns complete whilst physical media still exists. Sorry for the moan. On a side note, is anything planned for The Beloved and the 30th anniversary of Happiness?

I see all the old singles, remixes and US imports are now on Spotify. One can wish for a 5cd superdeluxe of the album, blissed out, the remixes and the unreleased Flim Flam LP. In fairness, the asking price is very reasonable. A Chorus expanded reissue is also in the works, I would guess for later this year, most likely Autumn.

Manhattan Clique has done one or two new mixes for that, and Vince Clarke has done a new remix of Turns the Love to Anger for it. He tweeted about having a meeting about the Chorus package in December. Thanks for the heads up re Chorus Gareth. That seemed and odd way to reissue that concert at the time and now with Wild!

Will be the first in the series of album reissues to not include a DVD. Or Bryan Adams in early March. Enya please Enya, Kate Bush has remastered her albums 2. The Corrs 3. A-ha 4. Simple Minds 5. The Human League 6. INXS 7. Stevie Nicks 8. Mike Oldfield 9.

Roxy Music Adam Ant Kylie Minogue Meat Loaf Tears For Fears Even one of them, just to drown out out what will come later in the year, Spice Girls this, Spice Girls that. Agree on comments about Duran Duran. I left them behind a few years ago along with Spandau Ballet. Hi Paul we will get a George Michael reissue this year. Personally I would love the 3 Wham! Plus the Foriegn Skies film. With 7 number one singles on them.

And a photography book. I read the statement before doing the preview. Oh that would be immense. BWLY is the best album to not sell one single bloody copy. It tanked worse than Houdini.

H who used to produce the original TUAD fanzine? If so, thank you for the T-Shirt. I wore it to death back in the day. The box is super hard to find these days…. Paul I agree with you wholeheartedly about Duran Duran — for a long time one of my favourite bands, but they continue to ignore their legacy and long term fans. They need to stop labouring over average new material and embrace proper reissues.

Pay attention anyone connected to the band! Psper Gods was good but too long with some tracks trying too hard to sound current in forced ways. But that has been a problem for them for a while. Still, I like all their albums not named Red Carpet Massacre.

While boxed sets could be made of these and the rest of his BB albums, there may not be enough material. I would love to have his BB catalogue remastered in 5.

That would be the only reason for me to purchase these albums again. There is also the rarities CD that has been talked about for years? I would also like to the 5. Being realistic I fear the 5. I recall him mentioning a potential rarities CD back then. Unless a 5. Have to suffice with a 5. Maybe next year for Telekon? I think sessions from both albums will be on it. Doubt they would be released together, the music industry bottom line dictates they come separately! Interesting developments in the Duran camp inthey seem to have been removed from Warners artist list and are more interested in releasing perfume than records.

I dont expect any reissues, as they simply do not appear interested. Agree with all that Paper Gods is rubbish. Yes, my understanding is that they are not on Warners anymore.

If they have fallen out then that is a problem because Warners own most of the back catalogue now, of course. So many lost opportunities. Someone somewhere is fucking too much up for that group! I know there was a vinyl box set cancelled by Universal in but this album is essential. Monster by REM. Dylan Bootleg Series. Based on Rolling Thunder tour.

There is a Scorcese film to be shown on Netflix,a big box with multiple full shows think the 36 disc 66 tour box and a 2cd set with no duplication from Bootleg Series Volume 5-Live And of course 13 new Springsteen concerts. A bummer for sure. Bring it on! No release date mentioned though! Is this something that has been said to be in the works? On the other hand, the albums after that it became harder for me to get all the remixes et al, what with HMV then Tower then Virgin closing in the states, so it would be nice to have SDEs to compile those.

I have learned so much! I hope that the Moodies do 50th anniversary issues of the third and fourth albums of the 7. Eric Steve and Ginger are still friendly. They just need a bass player. Nice potential for a reality show! Does anybody know about the 2-CDs Uriah Heep back catalogue program started in ? Nothing happened in ! Fingers crossed in Can someone say a word? The Cars also! The Black Sabbath Tony Martin stuff is starting to happen. Finally putting together the album plus the VHS only companion video album.

Lots of scope for putting out all the versions of the video clips, any archive material and so on. One does wonder what unreleased stuff they found on the tapes when preparing the vinyl remasters.

Thanks Paul — hopefully a lot to look forward to. Any thoughts on what U2 might be up to? U2 are rumoured to be doing a theatre release for Joshua Tree Anniversary tour film in the spring, they filmed Berlin last year so would assume that both will come out at some point on bluray. But no dates for either. Tom Petty Wildflowers looks likely and would be great. Roping for something from the Harrison estate but might have to wait for an All Things Must Pass 50th with demos and remix?

The EP was left off the recent reissues so maybe still hope. Immersion box of Animals with live concert and 5. No idea if this will come out in already, though.

Street Fighting Years — Simple Minds 2.


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  5. In February , Simian Mobile Disco announced the follow-up to Delicacies, Unpatterns, which was released on 14 May "Seraphim" was released as the album's lead single on 9 April. On 2 October they released their fourth EP A Form of Change, whose four tracks included on the release were taken from Unpatterns recording sessions.. – Whorl.
  6. Hold That Gun (Remixes) By Keith. • 3 songs. Play on Spotify. 1. Hold That Gun - James Ford - Simian Mobile Disco Mix. 2. Hold That Gun - Enemy Voices Mix. 3. Hold That Gun - 80 Hertz Mix. More by Keith. Vice and Virtue. Red Thread. Overdose.
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