28 December 2016

What's Going On At 'This Feeling' New Years Eve?

A well known haunt of well known faces, and where to see future next big things in advance, the event is in London.

Visit www.thisfeeling.co.uk for tickets and information on club nights all over the UK.

27 December 2016

Liam Gallagher Hits Back At Twitter Troll Mocking George Michael

Liam Gallagher has hit back at a Twitter user who made a joke at the expense of the late George Michael.

Gallagher initially tweeted his disbelief at the news of Michael’s death, which was announced by his publicist on Christmas Day, who said that the ‘Faith’ singer had “passed away peacefully at home.”

Read more: R.I.P. George Michael – For me and a generation, he was British pop music

“It better not be true about George Michael,” Gallagher wrote on the social platform, where he has 1.4 million followers. In a since-deleted reply to that tweet, a Twitter user by the name of @Migualez then made a joke that referred to Michael’s 1998 arrest in a public restroom in Beverley Hills, California.

Incensed by the response, Gallagher directly replied to the Twitter user, writing: “Your a massive cunt good job your a nobody as if be coming down your chimney and volleying you in the face.”

Gallagher paid tribute to the late singer yesterday (December 26) on Twitter by posting a link to Michael’s 1990 single ‘Praying For Time’.

Source: www.nme.com

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet

George Michael - Praying for Time - YouTube 

26 December 2016

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet

It better not be true bout George Michael

25 December 2016

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet

Merry Christmas Brothers n Sisters LG x

22 December 2016

Noel Gallagher Features In 'David Bowie: The Day That Changed The World' On Absolute Radio On Boxing Day

'David Bowie: The Day That Changed the World' will be broadcast on Boxing Day (December 26th) at 6pm (UK Time) on Absolute Radio, it features interviews with Noel Gallagher, Lady GaGa and more.

You can listen to the show live here.

18 December 2016

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. 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.

17 December 2016

Gallery Noel, Sara And Lennon Gallagher Enjoy A Night Out In London

Click here for a number of pictures of Noel, Sara and Lennon Gallagher enjoying a night out in London.

16 December 2016

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweets


Growing old sufuking perbley as you were ya LFUKING x

Doe's exactly what it says on the tin as you were LFUKING x

On This Day In Oasis History...

On December 16th 2002, Death In Vegas released the Scorpio Rising single it featured Liam Gallagher on vocals.

15 December 2016

What's Going On At 'This Feeling' This Weekend?

A well known haunt of well known faces, and where to see future next big things in advance, this week's event is in Manchester.

Visit www.thisfeeling.co.uk for tickets and information on club nights all over the UK.

14 December 2016

Win A Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds Vinyl Bundle

Noel Gallagher is giving giving away a special vinyl bundle just in time for Christmas that includes.

* 'The Dying Of The Light' green ltd edition vinyl (sold out & SIGNED by Noel, only one of a handful to be signed).

*'In The Heat Of The Moment' ltd edition single vinyl (created exclusively for Record Store Day and sold out).

* 'Where The City Meets The Sky, Chasing Yesterday: The Remixes' ltd edition coloured vinyl (sold out).

* 'Chasing Yesterday' heavyweight vinyl LP.

Click here to enter.

On This Day In Oasis History...

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

13 December 2016

On This Day In Oasis History...

The video below is from December 13th 1995, when Noel Gallagher was interviewed and performed on Much Music in Toronto, Canada on Much Music.

12 December 2016

Noel Gallagher Is Planning To Complete His Album By June

Noel Gallagher has revealed that he is planning to complete his third solo album by next June.

The former Oasis chief, who is working on the follow up to 2015’s ‘Chasing Yesterday’ with producer David Holmes, previously said he was hoping to finish the record by the end of this year.

But he has now said he wants everything wrapped up before Glastonbury.

“I think we’re into the home straight now. I’ve been given the deadline which is to have everything finished – mastered, artwork, videos, the lot – done by the time I go to Glastonbury in June,” he told BBC Radio 6 Music.

Gallagher regularly goes to Glastonbury, but he is yet to perform there. He gave no indication that he will be playing at the festival next year.

Of the recording process he added: “All the songs that I was writing towards making a record have not been used because when we decided to make a record with David Holmes the way he works is that all the writing gets done in the studio.

“So I started this record at his house in Belfast. The process is the complete opposite to the way that I’ve always worked. With this, you have no idea what you’ve got until it’s there, and the end results are great because they’re constantly evolving.”

Holmes previously said that “people are going to be surprised” by the “fun” feel of the record.

“It’s going really good,” He added. “We’re a good bit into it now, we’ve got nearly five tracks done now.”

“People are going to be surprised. I think people love Noel and they’re desperate for him to make a really big, bold, uptempo beast of a record – a lot of Noel’s music is quite mid-tempo. This one is quite fun.”

His comments prompted Liam Gallagher to label Holmes a “yes man” and Noel a “potato” before tweeting “FUCK OASIS”.

Source: www.nme.com

What's Going On At 'This Feeling' New Years Eve?

A well known haunt of well known faces, and where to see future next big things in advance, the event is in London.

Visit www.thisfeeling.co.uk for tickets and information on club nights all over the UK.

11 December 2016

On This Day In Oasis History...

Below are a number of videos from December 11th 2006, when Noel Gallagher and Gem Archer played an acoustic set at The Chapel in Melbourne, Australia as part of the promotion for Stop The Clocks.

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet...

Morning pop pickers I ain't got no problem with the little fella massive respect for the likes of Tattoo Noel but that Bravo gotta go LG x

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweets

Fucking hell what a scrap LG x

Boom LG x

DC 4 ME LG x

Another 1 bites the dust AJ the new ALI LG x

WTFs this wrestling AJ get out out there

Your too cool for that man you just win your fight fuck all that showbizz toss

Eddie Hearn the Louis Walsh of boxing LG x

Letting the most important boxer this country has ever produced stand there and get all panto after he's just done his shift outrageous LG x

10 December 2016

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweets

Nigel Benns kid is BRUTAL LG x 

Fucking hell what a scrap LG x

Noel Gallagher Recalls His Shock When Emeli Sandé Won Her Ivor Novello Award

Noel Gallagher has recalled the sense of shock he felt when he saw Emeli Sandé collect a top songwriting award.

When Sandé’s hit ‘Next To Me’ was named Best Song Musically and Lyrically at the Ivor Novello Awards in 2013, the Oasis man was surprised by the number of people who went on stage to collect the trophy.

Gallagher recalled during a chat with Steve Lamacq on BBC Radio 6 Music: “Eight people got an award for it. Eight people? I was sat there saying to Ray [Davies], ‘How do eight people write a song? If I try to write a song with someone else, it freaks me out.’ I was compelled to go to [their] table and say to them, ‘How have eight of you wrote this song?'”

Gallagher then shared the explanation he was given by the songwriting team: “Well, two of us do the beats, two of us do the chords, two do the lyrics, and then there’s thing called a topliner – do you know what a topliner is? He’s the guy that when they’ve done all that, he sits there… humming the melody and then someone else does the words.”

Gallagher added: “And I’m saying, here’s a question for ya, ‘What’s Emeli Sandé doing when all this is going on?’ ‘Oh, she’s at the White House.’ It blows my mind.”

During the same interview, Noel Gallagher also shared his thoughts on Oasis doc ‘Supersonic’, and revealed that he was asked to appear on two very high-profile BBC TV shows.

Meanwhile, he told NME recently that he is “halfway” into work on his next album and hopes to release it next year.

Source: www.nme.com

Noel Gallagher On Why People Have Responded So Well To Oasis' Film 'Supersonic'

Noel Gallagher has shared his thoughts on this year’s Oasis documentary film Supersonic.

Gallagher explained that he thinks the film has struck a chord because “it’s all about the glory” of Oasis’s imperial phase and doesn’t delve into the band’s messier later years.

“The thing why people have responded to the film so well is this: it finishes at the right point,” he told Steve Lamacq on BBC Radio 6 Music. “So it doesn’t discuss the long, protracted fall-out, which nobody wants to get into. So it’s kind of this rise to the biggest gigs there ever was at that time. So it’s all about the glory.”

Gallagher added: “I think Liam comes out of it quite well, as some kind of mad drunken mystic from another time. If only that had lasted, you know…”

Gallagher went on to explain that he hopes the film will inspire a new generation of musicians to make guitar music, because it shows what people who form bands can achieve even if they aren’t a “genius”.

He continued: “When I finished watching it and I had to sign off of it, I was saying, ‘Honestly, if this doesn’t inspire people to pick up guitars, I don’t know what will.’ Because no one in that band was a genius – no one, not even me, and I wrote all the songs.

“It’s quite sad in a way because it kind of shines a light on the way the music business was, particularly for guitar music, which hasn’t got a presence on national radio any more. And it makes you feel kind of happy that it happened, but kind of quite sad that it’s not like that any more.”

During the same interview, Noel Gallagher also revealed that he was asked to appear on two very high-profile BBC TV shows.

Meanwhile, he told NME recently that he is “halfway” into work on his next album and hopes to release it next year.

Source: www.nme.com

Listen Again To Noel Gallagher On BBC 6 Music Drivetime Christmas Party

For a third year in succession, Noel Gallagher joins Steve Lamacq with a sack full of records to soundtrack the BBC 6 Music Drivetime Christmas Party... and talk about his year in music.

Expect leftfield sounds and forgotten gems which Noel has dusted off from his collection. Previously we've been treated to alternative 60's cuts from The Velvet Underground and The Animals, alongside crackers from The Kitkats, Gino with Johnny The Greek and Kid Koala. So expect the same psychedelic sounds this time around.

Steve will chat to Noel about his world tour with The High Flying Birds, which ended in September after nearly two years on the road, taking in festivals and arenas on nearly every continent.

Plus we'll have Noel's thoughts on the biographical Oasis film Supersonic which came out earlier this year. And Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without the annual Gallagher festive rant...

Click here to listen again.

9 December 2016

Ryan Adams On Oasis: ‘They’re Like Star Wars’

Ryan Adams has spoken out in praise of Oasis – calling on fans to vote for the movie Supersonic at the V05 NME Awards 2017, and comparing the band to Star Wars.

Earlier this week, Adams announced his upcoming 16th album with the new single ‘Do You Still Love Me’. Looking forward to the year ahead, we asked who he’d nominate for the VO5 NME Awards 2017, when he revealed that Supersonic would be his choice for ‘Best Music Film’.

“I walked into the theatre and I was bummed out,” Adams told NME. “I watched Supersonic, and I felt reinvigorated in a way I had not felt for so long. In fact I walked into rehearsals and we did something like six or seven hours straight of songs, where I just threw every single song I had ever written at the band to just see how many they could play until they were stumped. I was just so pumped.

“It’s nice to see how crucial this shit is on film. It should be no secret that being in a rock n’ roll band is fucking amazing and transformative. I thought the director did such a good job, because he made it fun to watch and kept a lot of the stuff out that mind have slowed it down.”

He added: “Oasis are like Star Wars – they’re like the fucking heroes returning. I mean, if you think about it, like Noel Gallagher is fucking Han Solo – he doesn’t give  a shit what you think about him, he’s gonna take the Millennium Falcon, which is his band, and just completely dupe the entire Empire. It really is so important that people know that fucking electric guitars can transform your whole entire spectrum of reality.”

Adams has toured with Oasis in the past, famously recording a cover of ‘Wonderwall’. Earlier this year, Noel Gallagher supported him in the US, with Adams performing renditions of ‘Morning Glory’ and ‘Supersonic’ during his set.

Speaking of the ‘genius’ of the Gallaghers, Adams continued: “One of the really crucial things of that film is that at the time that Oasis made their first record and were gonna become who they were, that most of the stuff around them that was turning to become noticeable was sort of dance music in the beginning of what later would become EDM. And just the early existence of that music, I don’t know much about the categorization of music but maybe that’s what people call like house music? But there wasn’t any band like Oasis when they came out, there wasn’t anything that, in my opinion, sounded anything like, what I think was like a tank made of diamonds, and they were just crushing posers everywhere.”

He added: “That’s what it felt like when I heard those riffs. I was like ‘wow, someone is actually playing like fucking huge riffs’ and the melodies were insane. I don’t ever listen to Oasis and ever feel weighed down by the ego of anyone in the band, even as egotistical as someone might want to say they were in interviews  – although a lot of that I think is them being funny because why not?

“I think the songs are so open, and that why they could play those tremendous concerts where its like a quarter of million people were there singing along, was because they were writing songs that could just open doors to everyone. To me, if anything says that at any one can do this; someone can play a riff on the guitar, and people can get so excited that they remember what that means…it sort of reaffirms the humanity that’s in all of us.”

Source: www.nme.com

Noel Gallagher Snubbed Offer From Strictly Come Dancing

Noel Gallagher has revealed he was asked to compete on 'Strictly Come Dancing' several years ago but he had no interest in stepping onto the ballroom floor at all.

Noel Gallagher refused an offer to appear on 'Strictly Come Dancing'.

The 49-year-old guitarist was approached to appear on numerous TV shows when he quit Oasis in 2009 and took a break from the limelight until he returned with his debut solo album 'Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds' in 2011.

Noel can recall but getting a phone call from his manager telling him producers wanted him for the BBC One ballroom show, but the offer was meant with silence.

During an appearance on Steve Lamacq's show on BBC Radio 6 Music on Friday afternoon (09.12.16), he spilled: "I was asked to go on Strictly Come Dancing. It was just when Oasis split up and I didn't do anything for like a couple of years. There's obviously someone there going, 'You know what. He'll be up for it now. He'll be desperate now.' My manager called me up, saying I don't really want to, legally, I have to inform you of this. Are you aware of 'Strictly Come Dancing'?' 'EEE,' the phone goes.' "

Noel was also once asked to appear on 'Top Gear' to take part in the 'Star in a Reasonably Priced Car' test track segment.

However, the 'D'You Know What I Mean?' hitmaker - who has barely spoken to his brother Liam Gallagher since their band Oasis imploded amidst a bitter bust-up between the two - spurned the offer as he can't drive.

He revealed: "I was asked to go on 'Top Gear' a lot and they would never ever seem to realise what I was saying when I say, 'But I can't drive.' 'Don't worry about that, Jeremy (Clarkson) will sort that out.' It's like, 'How? I can't drive. I haven't got a licence I cannot drive a car'. 'Don't worry about that, The Stig will teach you.' "

Noel has made no secret of the fact that Simon Cowell personally asked him to be a judge on 'The X Factor' but he had to politely decline the job because he knew his personality wouldn't suit the format of the pop star search show.

He said: "Yeah. I can't be bothered being on 'The X Factor', it's hard work all that kind of thing, you know what I mean? You'd have to be there every Saturday night, as well as sitting there in, you know, Birmingham Arena, sitting there thinking 'Kill me now.' Someone else 'Flying Without Wings.' This is just appalling. Clearly, you know, 'No.' "

Source: www.list.co.uk

Last UK & International Shipping Dates For Christmas Gifts From Noel Gallagher's Official Store

Here's reminder of last UK & International shipping dates for those wanting to buy gifts from Noel's official store for Christmas: https://store.noelgallagher.com/

*Sat 10th Dec: Greece, Australia, New Zealand
*Weds 14th Dec: Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Poland
*Thurs 15th Dec: Canada, Finland, Sweden, USA
*Fri 16th Dec: Austria, Denmark, Iceland, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland
*Sat 17th Dec: Belgium, France, Ireland, Luxembourg
*Mon 28th Nov: Airmail to Operational BFPO
*Tues 20th Dec: UK

Listen To Noel Gallagher On 6Music Later Today

"I've bought many records with a guy on the front with a moustache and a pair of flares thinking 'There's gotta be one good song on this record'."

Join Noel and Steve Lamacq from 4pm (UK Time) today on 6Music for another classic Christmas special.

You listen online here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/6music

7 December 2016

What's Going On At 'This Feeling' This Weekend?

A well known haunt of well known faces, and where to see future next big things in advance, this week's event is in London.

Visit www.thisfeeling.co.uk for tickets and information on club nights all over the UK.

Happy 50th Birthday To Gem Archer

Happy Birthday to Gem Archer who today is celebrating his 50th Birthday.

Noel Gallagher On Oasis Missing The MTV Music Awards With Oasis

Noel Gallagher's Latest Instagram Post

6 December 2016

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet...

5 December 2016

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet...

Massive respect to Gillys FAMILY n FREINDs lovely service RIP RKID LG x

On This Day In Oasis History...

The videos below are from December 5th 1997, when Noel Gallagher was interviewed and performed 'Live Forever' on the Late Late Show in Dublin.

4 December 2016

Win A Pair Of Oasis' 'Be Here Now Tour' Dr Marten Boots

*WIN** a pair of highly sought after, limited edition reproductions of the extremely rare ’97/'98 'Be Here Now Tour' black leather Dr Marten boots!

We have two pairs, a size 5 (UK) and a size 10 (UK), to give away. Just click below enter:

Size 5 (UK) Competition: https://show.co/fLwiHtG
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Rare Prints Autographed By Noel Gallagher On Sale Now

We have a very limited availability of rare photographic prints signed by Noel and photographer Lawrence Watson.

The images are 10"x10" and just 10 of each were created for the Indie Label Market in Bristol. The prints costs £50 (+P&P) and are available on a first come first served basis on request via prints@ignition.co.uk.

Make sure to state in the subject line which print you are interested.

Liam Gallagher Goes On Twitter Rant About Money Grabbing 'C***s'

Someone has clearly rubbed Liam Gallagher up the wrong way.

The former Oasis frontman took to Twitter to go on an epic rant at someone who had done him wrong.

In the bizarre outburst, Liam told his followers that he was "done" with "money-grabbing c***s".

"I tell you what I might be a lot of things but I'm not a money grabbing lying 2 faced c**t as you were," he wrote.

He's since deleted the tweets 

It comes as a filmaker close to Liam and his brother, Noel Gallagher, suggested that an Oasis reunion is inevitable.

However, that could be an issue considering since 2009 the siblings have not spoken or been in the same room .

Matt, 39, said: “The tricky thing is, the more people put pressure on them, the less likely it is to happen.

“But the way Noel talks about the fans at the end of the film is something he comes back to again and again.

"He’s very generous about their contribution, and I think he would do it for (the fans).

“Noel has never said no, but he makes jokes about it. Liam says, ‘Come on, let’s get back on the road!’ He’s keen to do it," he added.

Source: www.mirror.co.uk

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweets

2017 the year of the face off Wright vs wrong Real Vs fake Love vs Hate as you were LFUKING x

@ihatewonderwall ooh Ma fuking you I like to watch films bout Keith retards sit down you never gonna be you ain't got what it takes

@ihatewonderwall i bet you are ya beige cunt

@ihatewonderwall go listen to what a life you tosser

@ihatewonderwall And I ain't ya mate

Bonehead where's woman's underwear whilst listening to old roger Whittaker outtakes as you were LFUKING x

@BoneheadsPage Come on Pauline you know it's true them legs of yours would give cilla a run for her money any day

@BoneheadsPage phones of my arse go on tell the people bout that time you had to go to hospital coz you got stocking burns

@BoneheadsPage ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha see you Monday Jimmy LFUKING x

He's not the messiahs he's a vet NORTY boy

Chilli putter Carlo void man

To be fair you got me there folks lost the plot there don't know what 1s taking about ok idols

I feel burnt out help fish is good

Eh la the cakes been baked and out of respect I'd bring a change of napkins

3 December 2016

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweets...

In Barcelona time to get MESSI as you were LFUKING x

Never judge a book by its cover or a finger by its tip as you were LFUKING x

2 December 2016

Liam Gallagher's First Festival Appearance Announced?

Bergenfest has appeared to confirm the Oasis man will perform next year.

Liam Gallagher appears to have been confirmed for Bergenfest 2017.

The Norwegian festival has shared a post, which seems to claim the Oasis man as one of their acts for next year.

See their Twitter post, which roughly translates to: "One of England's biggest rock stars of all time, Liam Gallagher, comes to Bergenfest 2017!"
A statement on their website reads: "2017 will see Liam touring as a solo artist and we can not wait to see what this brilliant singer has in store for us, come June."

Also confirmed for the festival so far are Bryan Ferry, Tove Lo and Benjamin Clementine.

Previous acts to play the Norwegian festival - which takes place from 14-17 June 2017 - include Patti Smith, Bastille, Lana Del Rey and Biffy Clyro.
The Supersonic star is yet to respond to the claims.

Source: radiox.co.uk

Liam Gallagher's Solo Album Will Take Him To New Levels Of Success And Recognition

The Oasis man has signed a publishing deal with Warner/Chappell, who believe his songs will give him "new levels of success and recognition".

Liam Gallagher is said to be "making progress" on his debut solo album.

According to Billboard, the former Oasis frontman has just signed a new publishing deal with Warner/Chappell, after writing new material which they believe will bring him "new levels of success and recognition".

“I am so pleased to be able to welcome Liam to the Warner/Chappell Family,” says Mike Smith, managing director of Warner/Chappell Music UK.

“He is one of the greatest rock ‘n’ roll stars that this country has ever produced. It is thrilling to see him develop as a writer and these songs will take him to new levels of success and recognition.”

Gallagher also has a recording deal with sister company Warner Brother Records for the album, which is believed to be scheduled for release in 2017.

Gallagher has teased "acoustic," John "Lennony vibes" for his first solo effort, while Supersonic director Mat Whitecross has teased it sounds like The Velvet Underground.

Source: radiox.co.uk

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