31 December 2012

Happy New Year

Wishing you all a happy and prosperous new year. It gives me another opportunity to post this brilliant video.


Liam Gallagher Not Impressed By Noel's Success

Noel Gallagher hasn't "lit up the world" with his solo material, according to his brother Liam.

The two siblings have a famously fiery relationship which caused their band, Oasis, to split in 2009. While Liam has gone on to release music with his group Beady Eye, Noel has focused on his own material.

Noel has made disparaging remarks about Beady Eye's success in public, with Liam unsure why he feels able to point the finger.

"I tell you f**king what, we've all got a lot of graft to do, d'you know what I mean? Him too," Liam fumed to Q magazine. "He's sold a f**king few records, why wouldn't he sell records, he was the main songwriter of Oasis but he certainly hasn't f**king lit up the world."

Liam still harbours some animosity towards his brother for the way Oasis ended. The pair argued backstage at a concert in Paris, resulting in a broken guitar and Noel quitting.

Liam finds is hard to support his brother's new venture after what happened.

"Was I pleased for him [when he released his album]? What, for splitting up my f**king band? I'm not pleased for him, no," Liam said.

"I hope he's f**king happy but he doesn't look it. And he won't be happy when he hears we've done an out-there record that we're actually gonna f**king release before him. With our out-there record, you're gonna hear it next year, with his out-there record, you'll never hear it."

Source: www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk

New Extended Interview With Noel Gallagher

Below is an interview by Gary Crowley with Noel Gallagher who talks about the past year, his career and picks a number of songs.

Thanks to frjdoasisplus

Beady Eye Interview In The Current Issue Of Mojo

The current issue of Mojo has an interview with Beady Eye, the magazine is in stores now.

Liam Gallagher: 'Mumford & Sons Look Like They Have F**king Nits'

Liam Gallagher has ruined his chances of ever being invited to a barn dance.

The Beady Eye frontman has laid into multi award-winning folk band Mumford & Sons.

It’s a rant up there with his finest taunts of fellow music stars.

Liam said: “Everyone looks like they’ve got f***ing nits and eat lentil soup with their sleeves rolled up.

“They all look like they live on the heath. Maybe that’s where they record.”

It’s not just the band’s appearance that riles Liam.

He’s not keen on their instruments either.

He said: “Everyone’s f***ing Don McLean — far too many acoustic guitars, no style. They look like they shop at Oxfam.

“I wouldn’t put any posters up of any band if I was a 16-year-old lad. There’s none of that sitting down on f***ing stools for me, sweetheart.”

He didn’t even mention that they all went to posh schools.

Frontman Marcus Mumford won’t feel too downhearted by Liam’s choice words though.

He only needs to check his bank balance to confirm how well the band’s albums and tours have gone down, both in the UK and US.

Besides, Mumford & Sons aren’t the only band to annoy Liam in recent months.

He’s got a few menacing moans about One Direction — although he admits he has warmed to them.

Liam told Q Magazine: “I like them. Fair play to them. Why not, man? They haven’t got a f***ing clue either.

“I met them at the Olympics and their heads were up their ar*es, but they’re harmless.”

Liam is no stranger to winding up fellow stars with cutting comments.

Florence Welch got a dressing down in 2010 when Liam said: “I’m not having anyone with ginger hair making music. She sounds like someone has stood on her foot.”

In 2001 he described Gorillaz as “like three-year-olds’ music — worse than Steps”.

In the same interview he let rip at Victoria Beckham — shortly after she released her autobiography.

He said: “She can’t even chew gum and walk in a straight line, let alone write a book.”

Shame Liam has no plans to put out an autobiography himself.

That would be well worth a read.

Source: www.thesun.co.uk

30 December 2012

Noel Gallagher Doesn't Want His Kids Profiting From His Music

Noel Gallagher doesn't want his kids profiting from his music.

The former Oasis rocker has always wanted a solo career in order to make use of his prolific writing, as he hates the thought of his unreleased material surfacing after he dies and his children - Anais, 12, Donovan, five, and Sonny, two - getting to ''take the glory''.

He said: ''I did fancy making solo albums but never to the detriment of Oasis because I f***ing loved that band. But it never quite transpired that I got the time...

''When Gem [Archer] and Andy [Bell] bass joined Oasis, they started writing songs, so I was only getting five on an album, every three years, but I was still writing 30 songs a year and I ended up with this huge backlog.

''I was like, 'What I'm going to be in Oasis when I'm 53 and have 140 unreleased songs? And then release them when I die and then all my kids will be flying around in Ferraris and Boeing 747s, f***ing taking my glory?' Oh no, I don't f***ing think so.''

Because of the changes in the music industry, Noel thinks his kids will have different ''relationships'' to records and he worries his collection will go to waste when he dies.

He said: ''I do wonder what my five-year-old lad's relationship to music is going to be. When they're reading the will out, 'And I bequeath to you, Donovan 14,000 vinyl records...' He's just going to go, 'Sell it, not arsed.' Two Bodines albums and a La's 10-inch that was deleted on the day it was bought from Picadilly records? He's going to say, 'F**k, that's just taking up room, I don't want it.' ''

Source: www.tv3.ie

Liam Gallagher On What He Thinks About One Direction

Liam Gallagher has been asked by Q Magazine what he thinks of One Direction.

The singer said "I like them, fair play to them. Why not man? They haven't got a f*cking clue either; I met them at the Olympics and their heads were up their arses, but they're harmless."

29 December 2012

Noel Gallagher On Man City’s Title Challenge, Joe Hart’s Form, Chelsea And Christmas

The rock star joins talkSPORT to discuss his beloved Manchester City’s season so far.

He talks about their chances of retaining the Premier League trophy, Joe Hart’s erratic form and their playing style, which is infuriating him.

He also looks at how his side’s rivals, Manchester United, are performing with Robin Van Persie in top form and he praises Mike Dean for allowing Jonny Evans’ own goal.

We also get an insight into how Christmas is spent in the Gallagher household.

To listen to the interview click here.

Pictures Of Beady Eye In The Studio

Pictures taken from the current issue of Q that is on sale now!

The article states that Beady Eye have recorded twenty songs, with tracks written by Liam Gallagher, Andy Bell and Gem Archer. Tracks have also been co-written between the three of them.

Liam Gallagher On Oasis Reforming In 2015

Liam Gallagher has rejected an offer to reform Oasis in 2015.

The year will mark the 20th anniversary of the band's iconic album (What's The Story) Morning Glory?

Liam was questioned about the rumours and told Q Magazine: "It was Noel who started that, I've never said a f*cking dicky bird". "Listen we're doing our album. Hopefully people are gonna dig it, which will allow us to go round the world and tour it. And if that goes over to 2015, whoops, sorry about that. I've got a new record, I'm buzzing off it, wouldn't be putting it out if I thought it was gonna get laughed out of town so f*ck Oasis as far as I'm concerned and f8ck Noel Gallagher."

Q then told Liam they had heard strong rumours from reliable sources that the reunion is on.

He said "What, because Noel Gallagher's finished touring?" he scoffs. "He'll be f*cking doing it on his own. Or with his f*cking High Flying Smurfs. The thought of going onstage with that f*cking idiot anyway and hanging out with his daft mates, the pretend drug addicts and all his snobs from Sloane Street, f*ck that, not interested, mate. We're Beady Eye all the f*cking way."

Liam Gallagher On Beady Eye's Debut Album

Liam Gallagher has been speaking to Q Magazine about Beady Eye's debut album.

The singer said "It was done off the back of Oasis, it wasn't progressive enough, it hadn't moved on. There were good moments but it just didn't connect. This one, people might hate it too but its not stuck in a 60s rut. Obviously there's Lennon vibes in there but we've turned it on it's head. Not that the pressure's on or anything, but it's a really important record for me. If no one buys it, it's back to the drawing board. So we'll see. I'm prepared for whatever".

Adele's '21' Overtakes Oasis To Become The Fourth Biggest-Selling Album Of All Time In The UK

Adele's '21' has become the fourth biggest-selling album of all time in the UK.

According to data from the Official Charts Company, the soul singer's second LP has overtaken Oasis's 1995 record '(What's The Story) Morning Glory?'. The album, which was produced by Paul Epworth, has now shifted 4,562,000 copies, meaning it just edges ahead of the Britpop-era LP from the Gallagher brothers, which has sales figures of 4,555,000.

Queen's 'Greatest Hits' collection remains the UK's biggest-selling album, having sold a whopping 5,866,000 copies, with The Beatles' 1967 record 'Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band' in second place with 5,059,000. In third, meanwhile, is ABBA's greatest hits compilation 'Gold', which has sold 5,046,000.

Source: www.nme.com

28 December 2012

Liam Gallagher's Setting The Mood With Classics

Beady Eye singer Liam Gallagher has been filling the hours between studio sessions by watching classic ’70s sitcom Rising Damp.

The band have a second album out next year and Liam said: “We were watching Stanley Kubrick’s film 2001 in the studio.

Just to get that mood. I’m also a big fan of Rising Damp so that’s always on, too. “And Leonard Rossiter’s in 2001 as well – which freaked me out.”

Source: www.thesun.co.uk

Listen To Noel Gallagher's Perfect Playlist

The current issue of Q features a Perfect Playlists for ever occasion picked by Noel Gallagher, below are the tracks that Noel picked.


Oasis Feature In This Week's NME

NME presents the 40 Greatest Number 1 Singles Of All Time inside the current issue that is on sale now.

Preview Of Beady Eye Inside The Studio In Q Magazine

What exactly does Liam Gallagher mean when he says he’s made the “most experimental record I’ve, ever, ever, ever been near”?

We hit the studio with Beady Eye as they put the finishing touches to their second album, read all about it in the new edition of Q on sale now.

Noel Gallagher Picks His Perfect Playlist

The current issue of Q features a Perfect Playlists for ever occasion picked by Noel Gallagher, Bat For Lashes, Robbie Williams, Paul Weller, Kasabian, Manics, Jake Bugg & more...

27 December 2012

Noel Gallagher Refers To Songwriting As Going Fishing

Noel Gallagher compares writing songs to going fishing.

The 'Everybody's On The Run' singer views the songwriting process as completely unpredictable and after almost 20 years in the music business he compares his guitar to a fishing rod searching for a big catch.

He said: ''I refer to it (songwriting) as going fishing. There are songs and they're all just flowing through the river of life, and your guitar is a fishing rod and some days you get a catch, some days you don't.''

The former Oasis guitarist is planning to take a break from music following a year on the road touring his hit debut solo album 'Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds'.

Noel will only head back in the studio when he is bored of his wife Sarah MacDonald's moaning or he suddenly feels inspired.

The musician - who has two sons, Donovan, five, and Sonny, two, with Sara - said: ''I like to get as far away from it as possible when I've finished touring because it's so full on, not just the gigs, but all the other stuff around it.

''I don't know when I'll next write, it will either come from some kind of creative call from somewhere, or it will be the elbow from the wife. Which it was last time. You know, you get that over breakfast, 'When are you going to go back in the studio?' I'll wait for the nudge from Sara.''

Source : www.entertainment.stv.tv

Liam Gallagher On The New Beady Eye Album

Liam Gallagher is abandoning Britpop on the next Beady Eye album. The former Oasis man has been working with TV On The Radio and Yeah Yeah Yeahs producer DAVE Dave Sitek.

He said: “I hate the word ‘experimenting’, but we are definitely experimenting “In five words, it’s ‘majestic’, ‘imperial’, ‘out there’ and, er, what was the other one? Oh yeah, ‘heavy’. “It’s different to the first. It’s been heads down, none of that nonsense from the Nineties. We’ve got our s*** together.”

Liam’s in bullish mood about his band’s second release, which is due out next year. He added: “It feels like a really special album. You know when you normally go through a door and go, ‘Er, I’m not really sure about that’. “Well, we’ve f***ing booted the door off the hinges.”

Source: www.sun.co.uk

26 December 2012

On This Day In Beady Eye History...

On December 26th 2010, Beady Eye premiered the video for 'Four Letter Word' exclusively on NME.COM.


Liam Gallagher Reveals His Best Ever Christmas Present

Beady Eye frontman Liam Gallagher has been talking about Christmas and has revealed what the best gift that he has ever received is. Liam has made no secret of his admiration for the late Beatles singer John Lennon and he was once given an acoustic guitar, which once belonged to John Lennon.

Gallagher explained, “I'd say the best was when I got a John Lennon guitar. Off my missus. An acoustic, really nice acoustic guitar.” He also admitted that he gets the same usual slippers as everyone else, adding, “Socks, slippers, I get all that s**t.”

Liam is set to spend this Christmas in New York, “I always have a good time at Christmas, definitely. I've got a gaff [house] in New York now, so I'm out there this time. In fact, I've spent a good couple of Christmases out there before; that's how I got the taste for it. I've got some unfinished business over there, as they say in the spirit world,” he added.

Source: www.fansshare.com

24 December 2012

Christmas Dance By Former Members Of Oasis

Wishing you all a Merry Christmas, normal service will resume on December 26th...


Catty Liam Gallagher Takes A Swipe At Big Brother Noel

Liam Gallagher has named his cat “Lazy Our Kid” — a swipe at his warring big brother Noel.

The pair fell out when Oasis split in 2009. But there are signs the ice may be thawing. When asked what he thought of Noel referring to Liam’s new band Beady Eye as “Stratford’s finest tribute band” following their performance at the Olympics closing ceremony, the singer said: “I thought that was pretty funny.

“Life's too short to get hung up on things like that.

“I had a great night and met a lot of people you don't normally meet. I met the Spice Girls, who were great.”

Liam admitted he even acknowledged Noel after the ceremony having later bumped into him.

He said: “I met our kid. That was nice. No, we didn't talk much. We had a nod and a wink."

Source: www.thesun.co.uk

23 December 2012

The Justice Collective - 'He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother' Is The Christmas Number One Single

Beady Eye's drummer Chris Sharrock is a member of the all-star line-up for the Hillsborough tribute single, ‘He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother’ that has been today announced as the Christmas number one single in the UK.

Released under the name The Justice Collective, it features names such as Robbie Williams and Sir Paul McCartney. It is raising money for the families of 96 Liverpool fans who died in a crush at Hillsborough stadium in 1989. A cover of The Hollies' 1969 hit, it sold 269,000 copies, 45,000 more than X Factor winner James Arthur's single Impossible which dropped to number two.

Arthur, who had been ahead in the race earlier in the week according to the Official Charts Company, now has total sales of 749,000, making him the most successful X Factor winner since Alexandra Burke in 2008.

Sales had been 'absolutely huge' in Liverpool, HMV said Liverpool Walton Labour MP Steve Rotheram, who backed the Hillsborough campaign, said: "We have done in nine weeks what it normally takes nine months or more to achieve, working with a phenomenally dedicated team all of whom have worked for free."

Margaret Aspinall, chair of the Hillsborough Families Support Group, said it was "brilliant news". She added: "The families will be delighted. We haven't had very good Christmases for a long time so this is an extra gift. "It's obvious that it's got a lot of support and they've got the message across to everybody. It's truly amazing."

Music giant HMV said demand for the record had been "absolutely huge" in Liverpool. Its Liverpool branch initially ordered 12,000 copies of the CD but had to restock in the middle of the week after selling out.

Many customers bought multiple copies, including one man in his 20s, who bought 96 copies - one for each of the supporters who died in the tragedy. "We haven't seen anything like that since Band Aid," said HMV spokesman Gennaro Castaldo.

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Watch Noel Gallagher Feature In A Slade Documentary Later Today

It's Slade
Documentary, narrated by Radio One's Mark Radcliffe, about one of Britain's greatest and best-loved bands. Slade scored six number ones in the 70s, a feat rivalled only by Abba. Formed in Wolverhampton and led by Noddy Holder, Slade sold over 50 million records worldwide during a 20-year career which saw them re-invent themselves as skinhead yobs, then mirror-hatted platform-shoe-pioneering glam gods, before finally re-emerging as hard rock heroes. 

Their poorly-spelled, self-written selection of terrace anthems included Cum on Feel the Noize, Coz I Luv You, Take Me Bak Ome, Mama Weer All Crazee Now and, unforgettably, Merry Xmas Everybody. 

Apart from Noddy and his bandmates - Dave Hill, Jim Lea and Don Powell - the cast here also includes Noel Gallagher , Status Quo, Toyah Wilcox, Suzi Quatro and Ozzy Osbourne.SUB REP


Tomorrow at 1:50am (24th December) on BBC Four (UK only)

Thanks to Michael

22 December 2012

On This Day In Oasis History...

The above videos below are from December 22nd 1995, when Oasis appeared on the Channel 4 music show 'The White Room' in London.

19 December 2012

On This Day In Oasis History...

"Whatever" is a single by British rock band Oasis, written by the band's lead guitarist Noel Gallagher. It was released on December 18th 1994 as a stand-alone single bridging the gap between Oasis' debut album, Definitely Maybe, and their second album, (What's the Story) Morning Glory?. "Whatever" entered the UK Singles Chart at #3, their first single to enter the top 5, something every single released since, up to 2005's Let There Be Love, has also accomplished. The strings were played by the London Session Orchestra, arranged by Nick Ingham and Noel Gallagher.

The song joins the infectious pop-rock melodies of Definitely Maybe with the more sophisticated lyrics of (What's the Story) Morning Glory, preaching universal tolerance and the acceptance of all ideas and beliefs in a typically straightforward, Mancunian way. The first lines ("I'm free to be whatever I/Whatever I choose/And I'll sing the blues if I want") may have been Noel's reaction to his father's insistence that he join the building trade.

"Whatever" was released as a contender for the coveted position of Christmas #1, 1994
It is a testament to Noel Gallagher's all-conquering self confidence that he should predict "Whatever"'s success before he was even given a record contract, saying "In the beginning, there was a masterplan, to the extent that I knew that 'Whatever,' one of the first songs I ever wrote, would be a Christmas Top Five hit, but I think anyone who heard the song could have told you that."

When Oasis performed the song for Top of the Pops, they mimed and one of the cello players from the symphony was replaced by Bonehead, who clearly had no idea how his instrument is supposed to be played. Towards the end of the song, he gave up the pretense and started using the bow to conduct. A woman plays his rhythm guitar. The song was introduced by Damon Albarn of Blur who would later famously feud with Oasis. As Albarn introduced the song, the Gallagher brothers made hand gestures behind him, which only served to heighten the feud between the bands.

"Whatever" has been performed live by Oasis many times, sometimes with the ambitious symphony which accompanies the single version, sometimes without. They often end live versions of the song with lyrics adapted from the Beatles song "Octopus's Garden." They have also been known to add the lines "All the young blues....carry the news...", in reference to the Mott the Hoople song "All The Young Dudes". The "blues" are the fans of the Gallaghers' beloved Manchester City F.C.. At their famous performances at Knebworth in August 1996, the song was accompanied throughout by harmonica player Mark Feltham and is generally regarded by fans as one of the highlights of their set.

The B-Sides of "Whatever" were quite famous as well. One of them, "Slide Away" was already featured on their debut album, Definitely Maybe. The other two - "(It's Good) To Be Free" and "Half the World Away" - were later featured on The Masterplan, a collection of Oasis's best b-sides. "Slide Away" and "Half the World Away" would also be featured on Oasis' 2006 "best of" album Stop the Clocks, although "Whatever" itself was not included.

'Whatever' spent a total of 50 weeks in the UK Singles chart, more than any Oasis single to date.

Noel Gallagher Banned From Buying His Family Christmas Tree This Year

Noel Gallagher was banned from buying his family Christmas tree this year.

The gobby rocker was shown a red card by wife Sara, 39, after being rude to a tree seller last year.

The Manc legend, 45, said: “You don’t get a chance to sit around with my missus at Christmas. She said to me, ‘I’m going to get the tree. You’re not invited to get the tree because you were so mean and awful to the man last year!’ I think the bloke was giving me the tree’s life history and I said ‘Look mate it’s minus two here, I’m not interested. Just stick it in the back of the Rolls and shut up’.

“Christmas is a lot of nonsense for me.”

Despite his Grinchlike misdemeanour, the High Flying Birds front man has brought his missus some fancy Christmas presents.

He said: “I got Mrs Gallagher a sparkly thing and some books.

“What is she going to get me with my money? It’s every man’s sore point.

“I’m trying to keep it down to a family pack of Squares crisps.

“She’s insisting she buys me some outlandish David Bowie photograph.

“I said I don’t really need that. I’ll just have the crisps.

“I don’t really need anything.”

Source: www.dailystar.co.uk

18 December 2012

Listen To Another Track From Parlour Flames

Below is another track from Parlour Flames you can follow the band on Twitter here and Facebook here.

Parlour Flames is a collaboration with ex Oasis rhythm guitarist Bonehead aka Paul Arthurs and Vinny Peculiar, a debut album is expected to be released in the new year.

On This Day In Oasis History...

When Oasis played their sold-out Madison Square Gardens gig on December 18th 2008, photographer Josh Cheuse filmed Noel performing an exclusive acoustic version of 'Waiting For The Rapture' in an unusual backstage location.

This performance was made available exclusively through (RED)WIRE.

17 December 2012

Video: Bradley Wiggins Playing Oasis And The Jam Live

The vidoes below show Bradley Wiggins who shocked revellers at the BBC Sports Personality of the Year after-party by jumping on stage and belting out a few of his favourite mod songs with an impromptu guitar session.

Bradley Wiggins Rocks After-Party With Impromptu Oasis Performance

Bradley Wiggins shocked revellers at the BBC Sports Personality of the Year after-party by jumping on stage and belting out a few of his favourite mod songs with an impromptu guitar session.

The Tour de France champion, who claimed the top prize at last night’s glitzy event, celebrated his win in style by rocking out to classic hits by The Jam and Oasis with the hired band.

Wiggins hopped on stage and first asked the musicians if they knew The Jam classic ‘That Entertainment’, which they didn’t.

Not wanting to ruin a good party, they followed his lead, but with the Team Sky cyclist reluctant to sing, he invited anyone who fancied it to get up and give it a go, with a security guard eventually obliging.

Wiggins then requested the band join him in a rendition of Oasis smash hit ‘Wonderwall’, which he lead on guitar while the band’s singer belted out Noel Gallagher’s classic anthem with the help of the crowd.

The Sports Personality of the Year then took the party to trendy London nightclub Whiskey Mist, where he celebrated until 3am.

Source: metro.co.uk

16 December 2012

The Justice Collective - 'He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother' Available To Download Now

Beady Eye's drummer Chris Sharrock is a member of the all-star line-up for the Hillsborough tribute single, ‘He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother’ that is released today.

The track is the bookies favourite for the coveted Christmas Number One spot, ‘He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother’ features a stellar line-up of artists including Paul McCartney, Robbie Williams, Rebecca Ferguson, Paloma Faith, Eliza Doolittle, Beverley Knight, Melanie C, Andy Brown (Lawson), Holly Johnson (Frankie Goes to Hollywood), Mick Jones (The Clash), Peter Hooton (The Farm), (The Justice Tonight band), Glen Tilbrook (Squeeze), Ren Harvieu, Dave McCabe (The Zutons), Paul Heaton (Beautiful South), Hollie Cook, Jon McClure (Reverend & The Makers), John Power (Cast) and Gerry Marsden (Gerry and the Pacemakers), all giving their time for free to record the single and aiming to top the Christmas charts.

‘He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother’ is produced by the Award-winning Guy Chambers, with all proceeds from single sales going towards the Hillsborough Families legal costs in their fight for justice.

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15 December 2012

Video: Liam Gallagher Celebrating Manchester City's Equaliser Against United

From the derby between Manchester City and Manchester United last weekend showing Liam Gallagher celebrating with fans.


14 December 2012

On This Day In Oasis History...

The videos below are from the 14th December 1997, when Oasis played at the G-Mex Arena in Manchester.

13 December 2012

Rock Star Christmas Cards: Liam And Noel Gallagher

Check out these Christmas cards of Liam and Noel Gallagher by Pello, check out the full range here.

10% of all profits will be donated to a fantastic independent East London young people's charity, Step Forward.

12 December 2012

Free Liam Gallagher Poster In This Week's NME Magazine

The NME this week includes a free Liam Gallagher poster, also featured is founding Oasis member Bonehead taking part in the Annual Pub Challenge.

On This Day In Oasis History...

The videos below are from December 12th 1995, when Oasis appeared on MTV's 'Ultimate Winter Vacation' in Aspen, Colorado.

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