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ZR Review: The Sonics at Capitol Theater

The Sonics



Written in early January of 2011 and published in the extremely limited “Zorch Zine: Issue Three” (only 1,000 printed)
December 31st
The Sonics, The Dirty Birds and November Witch @ Capitol Theater

I kept bragging about my tickets to this show for weeks. I didn’t care who they were, I had to tell them. “I’M GOING TO SEE THE SONICS!” Some people were stoked, but most said something like “The basketball team?” Guess it doesn’t help to be in Seattle…

I knew it was going to be THEE show of a lifetime. And I was right.

An hour drive south to Washington’s state capitol of Olympia was surprisingly short. Not much (that I know of) happens down here outside of politics, so I rarely make the trek. The 86 year old Capitol Theater is primarily used for plays and film, but occasionally puts on concerts. An all ages area was on the main floor (with seats) and a 21+ balcony was up top with a miniature bar serving champagne and cider. The venue could accommodate around 750 patrons, but it was hard to tell with the mix of theater seating and standing. The crowd ranged from 16 year old kids to people in their 70’s, which was refreshing and also a great sign of the headliner’s legacy.

The first band was a group of young guys called The November Witch. They were a mixed sound of garage, grunge, punk rock, whatever, and their potty-mouth was not welcomed by some of the older audience members. Not many people were too impressed, but they were combating the initial socialization of a gig and all the latecomers.

After the kids climbed off stage to their girlfriends and parents, the next band grabbed the crowd as if they were kings of rock and roll. Blindsiding most everyone there, The Dirty Birds absolutely destroyed the place with a timelessly loud and honkin’ set. I’ve never heard such ageless, dynamic, true American rock from any other opening act at any show. These guys have GOT IT.

The front of the stage was getting more and more packed as most seated folk soon lost their visibility. A lady from a radio station came up for an introduction and we all heard the opening ***twingggg*** twang*** of “Cinderella.” The place bounced into life as people from all generations were grabbed by the primal pounding sound of The Sonics. Despite a likely lack of biological teeth, these guys delivered a spot-on set that wasn’t held back by their age. New guy Freddie Dennis powered through some the vocals, encapturing the young and feral attitude that put The Sonics on the map. While he seemed a bit off character from the rest of his bandmates, his sound glued him in right and proper. A midnight countdown in mid-set and a few encores later, the legends called it a night.

The house lights came on and I stood there, staring off in disbelief. Not only had I seen one of THEE most influential bands in punk rock, but they also played a freakishly tight set! It’s sad to say, but too many hall-of-famers ride their legacy without putting effort into their performances. I was half expecting to be disappointed, but they play for keeps! It was REAL! And it was RIGHT!

-NOTE- This review was written by Jacob, host/producer of the live weekly radio show Zorch Radio. Check out more of our reviews, subscribe to the podcast, or check out the Archive Page. Follow us on Twitter. Like us on Facebook. Contact us here.


Zorch Radio Episode 77: Gigs, Burlesque, and Indonesian Punks



Zorch Radio Episode 77: Gigs, Burlesque, and Indonesian Punks

Airdate: Thursday, December 15th, 2012


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Lots to talk about here! Sorry for all the words, just click that link above and read while you listen. While I normally try to refrain to serious issues, this night, I mentioned briefly the heinous crap that went down with the old fogies and the Indonesian punks. And if any of you guys in Jakarta are reading this, my offer still stands; I’ll send you some stuff to really make piss ‘em off! We also talked about Graceland Five coming up in Episode 78 and promoted our Twitter contest for the Reverend Horton Heat/Supersuckers gig. And yes, those tickets were already given away, and, yes, you missed out. Maybe you should listen to the live show once in a while…

That night, we also plugged the successful Jan 16th gig at The Crocodile Cafe that is pictured above. Dragstrip Riot opened, and since it had been a while since they’d played a home show, there seemed to be a pretty good turnout. Three Bad Jacks tore it up with a rare lineup featuring rockabilly veterans John Palmer on drums and Dave Eckles on bass. I’d seen them a fair number of times, but this set was completely different. No fire, no gimmicks, just straight up solid rock and roll. Really enjoyed it! The girls came up next, which most people were there for, hosted by the mad skills of Vincent Drambuie. It’s difficult to describe burlesque with words and about as effective as pretending to eat, so I’ll just let this video of Aly Hellcat’s routine from the evening do the talking. This video was done up by Rob, the camera-king at RJB Photography.


But wait! This isn’t the Review Page of the website, this is Episode 77 that we’re talking about! Getting back on track, we had a concert calendar from Kjersti and closed the show with an airing of Gone Mental from Dan at Twin Cities Rockabilly.

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Playlist:

The Meteors – I’m Invisible Man – Cherry Red Records Ltd. – Episode 77
The Meteors – Awake With the Wolf – Sonovabitch Records – Episode 77
The Meteors – When Darkness Falls – Headhunter Records – Episode 77
Spellbound – Don’t Believe in Love – Unknown – Episode 77
Th’ Legendary Shack Shakers – The Deadenin’ – Yep Roc Records – Episode 77
Hard Money Saints – King of the Tribe – Revved Up Records – Episode 77
The Chop Tops – Teddy Boy Stomp – Split 7 Media – Episode 77
Dragstrip Riot – Last Chance For Goodbye – Magnum Twin Records – Episode 77
Dead Kennedys – Holiday in Cambodia – International Record Syndicate – Episode 77
The Goddamn Gallows – City of Hell-A – GBC Records – Episode 77
The Dedneks – The Change – Sickobilly Records – Episode 77
Demented Are Go – PVC Chair – Cherry Red Records – Episode 77
Klingonz – Klingonez – Fury Records – Episode 77
The Graceland Five – Don’t Be Cruel – 48th Avenue Wrekards – Episode 77
Rapetiles – Three Months to Live – Rockin’ Psycho Records – Episode 77
Nick Curran and The Low Lifes – Rocker – Eclecto Groove Records – Episode 77
The Super Suckers – Gato Negro – Redeye Distributions – Episode 77
Three Bad Jacks – Run Johnny Run – Unknown – Episode 77
The Monsters – I Want You – Voodoo Rhythm Records – Episode 77
Haunted George – The Tomb – In The Red Records – Episode 77
New Bomb Turks – Professional Againster – Epitaph Records – Episode 77
Mondo Topless – Amazon Queen – Dionysus Records – Episode 77
The Bug Nasties – I’m insane – Flotation Records – Episode 77
The Cynics – Turn Me Loose – Get Hip Recordings – Episode 77
Thee Cormans – Down Mitt Der Fuzz – In the Red Records – Episode 77
The Milkshakes – The Red Monkey – Ace Records – Episode 77
The Load Levelers – Blue X-Mas – Ain’t That a Rat’s Ass Records – Episode 77
The Phantom Surfers & Davie Allan – Devil Dust – Lookout! Records – Episode 77
Hasil Adkins – Chicken Flop – Norton Records – Episode 77
The Dirty Birds – The Kill Excerpt – Go-Kustom Records – Episode 77
The Sonics – You’ve Got Your Head on Backwards – Ace Records – Episode 77
Link Wray – Law of the Jungle – Ace Records – Episode 77
Ian & The Barnetts – Barnett Stomp – Boom-Boom Records – Episode 77
Thee Headhunters – It’s My Tribe – Tombstone Records – Episode 77
The Flying Dutchmen –Girl Like You – Boom-Boom Records – Episode 77
The Mothballs – She Makes Me Wild – Adult Party Records – Episode 77
T. Terauchi & Bunnys – Theme From Unfinished Symphony – Archive Int’l Productions – Episode 77
The Impacts – Kon Tiki – Sundazed Music In. – Episode 77
Impact Five – Riptide – Stone Age – Episode 77
—–Gone Mental Episode 24—–


Zorch Radio Review: The Curs in a backyard



Written October 11th, 2008 as a post on www.wreckingpit.com
I’m visiting my sister down in Southern California for the weekend… and I thought I’d give it a shot and hit up a show while I was down here. Turns out I found this flier:

Friday October 10th
Vaughn High School Presents:
The Curs http://www.myspace.com/thecurs
Dr. Bizarro’s Victims http://www.myspace.com/drbizarrosvictims
The Pea Brains http://www.myspace.com/thepeabrains
The Riff Raffs http://www.myspace.com/theriffraffsband
6 Sick 6 http://www.myspace.com/brutalpsychobilly
The Grims http://www.myspace.com/thegrims666

I was mildly familiar with The Curs, but I liked them enough to sit through some (what I expected to be) watered down horrorpunk w/ metal.

The flier also said that it was a fundraiser and that there was strict security w/ absolutely no drugs or alcohol. Seeing that the show was at a High School, that was understandable.

Turns out it was a backyard show at some guy’s house next to the school, and a little bit more my style.

Throughout the evening, I met some people and made some freinds. I introduced myself as “Jacob” and a good number of people seemed disappointed by my name. These people had names like Lobo, Slink, Hoser and Droopie.

The first band I heard was 6 Sick 6 (I missed The Grims). They sounded like grindcore with an upright. Wasn’t surprised at all.

The Riff Raffs came up next, all dressed in baseball uniforms and face paint, not like DAG paint though, we’re talking about The Furies from the 1979 film “The Warriors.” The Riff Raffs blew me away! They were chill, had an old school style, good sense of build up, solid musicians, and did a cover of Batmobile’s “Kiss Me Now.”

After their set I was talking to a guy Robert and his girlfriend about the next band, The Pea Brains. He told me they were more on the “Neo-rockabilly side of things, like The Sharks or Restless.” His girlfriend chimes in with “I think they sound like Rezurex.”

The Pea Brains played an enjoyable set, in my opinion, people kept heckling them though, since they “weren’t playing fast enough.” They guitarist played like he really had his country roots down with a splash of garage.

Dr. Bizarro’s Victims was the hyped band for the evening that everybody seemed to be talking about. Apparently, they are putting out a Christmas song with the Tabaltix and LGL on some upcoming comp? But their set was short and wild.

In California, when a highly anticipated, engertic psychobilly band gets on stage, people start … circle pitting? But a circle pit turn into a wrecking pit pretty quickly when there’s somebody going the opposite direction. And yeah, I saw that machine-gun gut-punching thing happen, too… it was weird.

The Curs lived up to my expectations, minus a lack of vocals from a DIY sound system. They played a really tight set with a good amount of musical diversity. But what was great was that everybody there was having fun time.

But overall, I was surprised by the old-school sound of the majority of the bands that played. I was expecting people to be a lot less friendly and a lot more focused on image. I also realised that people “dress up” more in seattle for a psychobilly show than down here. There was a very chill, genuine and accepting atmosphere which did not include any form of arrogance or shallowness. And despite all the shit that gets thrown at Southern California and its “scene,” not everybody is in it for the fashion.

-NOTE- This review was written by Jacob, host/producer of the live weekly radio show Zorch Radio. Check out more of our reviews, subscribe to the podcast, or check out the Archive Page. Follow us on Twitter. Like us on Facebook. Contact us here.


Zorch Radio Review: Thee Cormans at The Funhouse



Friday, January 13th, about 200 people packed into the The Funhouse, all for their own reasons. Some were there just cuz its their regular watering hole, others were followers of some of the bands, and a fair number came to support the Letha Melchior benefit fund. Letha is the wife of musician Dan Melchior, and she has recently been fighting cancer. You can read more information on their story as well as make contributions by checking out their Blogspot or this forum thread.

While initially unaware of the benefit, I had heard that Thee Cormans, a killer surf/trash/fuzz band, would be headlining the event. If there is one thing I have picked up on over the years, it’s that too many surf bands only tour once. Some of the best gigs I’ve been to have been reverb-soaked, splash-tastic, instro-fests. But, for some reason, the general public can’t listen to rock music without lyrics. This can be difficult for underground instrumental bands, as poor attendance for this vein of music is too common. Knowing this may be my only chance to catch the killer SoCal act, I made sure to block this weekend out for the band and jump in promotion with Episode 79 of Zorch Radio. Also on the bill for the night was a dynamic line-up featuring Telemesser, Le Sang Song and Broomsticks.

The Funhouse is THEE best bar/venue in the Seattle area. They have almost nightly shows, daily specials, strong drinks, and some very well kept pinball machines. The Funhouse always has a comfortable atmosphere, which is a nice break from some of the snootier bars that plague the Pacific Northwest. Plus they’ve got a partially covered outdoor area for people who want to step out for some air without losing their drinks.

Telemesser, the first band, had a heavy synth focus. I have no idea what kind of music this was, but the closest I can think of is something along the lines of The Faint. My friend said it reminded him of a loud and dark Joy Division, but we were probably both pretty wrong. An acoustic set from Le Sang Song and a loud rock/punk set from Broomsticks came next, but I had my head buried in Steve Ritchie’s Spiderman. I was really looking forward to playing that machine.


Thee Cormans closed the night with some goofy masks, fuzzed out surf rock, and a male go-go dancer. While the band does have a large amount of novelty, they still deliver an awesomely wild set equipped with buckets of reverb and perfect basslines. One of the gimmicks to the band is to insult the crowd, so in the true style of Thee Cormans, these are the ‘highlights” of their set:

1) Great music for doing gay homo sex shit
2) I found a free game on the pinball machine
3) They had their music for sale on the vinyls for, like, the old skool record players, ya know
4) The music makes for some epic poops in the bar’s bathroom
5) I saw a woman cry during their set
6) Except for the last few covers in their encore, they don’t sing.
7) They are fat.

Despite the gay homo sex shit, it was a great time and exactly what I was looking for in a Friday night gig. I had seen them the previous night in Tacoma, and, while they were without the go-go dancing tadpole-man, they did manage to coerce a man in a wheelchair to dance around the crowd with his pants off, ding-a-ling-a’janglin’. I have to say I prefer the PG version with the tadpole.


Don’t miss these guys if they stop by your town, because it might be hard to find their LP “Halloween Songs with Sound Effects,” or their preceding 7 inch records. Locally, I got the LP at Radar Hair and Records and Records in SoDo and their “Emergency” 7” at Singles Going Steady in Belltown, but you can also find some releases online at In The Red.com or check out their site at theecormans.blogspot.com.

-NOTE- This review was written by Jacob, host/producer of the live weekly radio show Zorch Radio. Check out more of our reviews, subscribe to the podcast, or check out the Archive Page. Follow us on Twitter. Like us on Facebook. Contact us here. Below is the promo Zorch Radio ran for the gig and here’s a link for some better pictures.


Zorch Radio Episode 80: Moldie Oldies



Zorch Radio Episode 80: Moldie Oldies

Airdate: Thursday, January 12th, 2012


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Jacob the Pope steps aside from the turntables this evening to have DJ Astro138 (Jesse) and DJ Zorch (Jorge) take over the music for the evening. We recently exhumed DJ Zorch’s debut in Episode 13, but he returns with another fatty stack o’ wax and a fellow record hound as well. They’ve got some wild 45’s ranging from Exotica to RnB, Instros to 60’s garage proto-punk.

Both Jesse and Jorge are setting up a KILLER gig called The Moldie Oldies Party to be hosted at Mr T’s Bowl in SoCal’s Highland Park. Not only are two record-nerds going to be spinning full sets, but they are accepting challengers from the public. Think you got some rekkids that can stand up to theirs? It’s only five bucks, but if you bring a box of records, then it’s less than the price of hot lunch, bus fare, or yer decaf-mocha-chino-acciatto.

This episode I got to ask DJ Astro138 and DJ Zorch all about their records, the stories behind them, and their inspiration for the gig. If you’ve never heard of Mad Mike Metrovich then this episode is for you!

Throughout the show, we mentioned a Vinyl Record Association on the facebook, and a sleazy RnB session back in Episode 58 with DJ Hobo Stab. I said I’d put up links for them on the blog post. So. There they are. Click them.


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Playlist:

HARD MONEY SAINTS – HOT ROD TRASH – SELF RELEASED
THE GARDENIAS – HOUDINI (HI-Q)
THE DELCOS – ARABIA (SHOWCASE)
THE DENELS – MASSACRE STOMP (BAMBOO)
GANIMIAN AND THE HIS ORIENTALS- COME WITH ME TO THE CASBAH (ATCO)
CASBAH- SANDY NELSON (IMPERIAL)
NORMAN ARAB SANDS – I DON’T WANT TO LEAVE THE CONGO (WARWICK)
GORILLA- THE SHONDELLS (BANGAR)
SAUCERS – CHA WAILEY ROUTA (FELCO)
THE STATESMEN – ROO BUH DOO (RAYNARD)
FOUR SOUNDS – MAMA UBANGI BANGI (RAN-DEE)
THE WHIPS – YES MASTER (DORE)
THE CHIEFS- APACHE (GREENWICH)
ART ROBERTS – GIVE HER THE AXE MAX (IMPERIAL)
MUDDY WATERS – YOU NEED LOVE (CHESS)
BOBBY PETERSON – MAMMA GET YOUR HAMMER (V-TONE)
BIG MOOSE – PUPPY HOWL BLUES (THE BLUES)
EDDIE BO – EVERY DOG HAS HIS DAY (RIC)
THE FLAMES – SHIMMY & STOMP (PRESS)
RICHARD BERRY – YAMA YAMA PRETTY MAMA (RPM)
SLIM HARPO- STRANGE LOVE (EXCELLO)
THE COBRAS – RESTLESS (STAX)
EDDIE KIRK- THE HAWG PART I (VOLT)
MECY- FIRE BALL (SUNDI)
THE SPARKLES – OH’ GIRLS GIRLS (HICKORY)
THE ROCKN’ RAMRODS – SHE LIED (BON BON)
THE AMBERTONES – CRUISE (RAYJACK)
THEE MIDNITERS – I FOUND A PEANUT (WHITTIER)
JOHNNY BEEMAN – LAFFIN’ BEATNIK (AMY}
THE CLIFF DWELLERS – THE HO HO LAUGHING MONSTER (LIZA)
ALLAN SHERMAN – RAT FINK (WARNER BROTHERS)
VINCE EDWARDS – SQUEELIN’ PARROT ( )
JAMES RED HALLOWAY – A LA CARTE (MAD)
CHOP SUEY ROCK- THE INSTRUMENTALS- RED FOX
LAST WORD – SLEEPY HOLLOW (DOWNEY)
ROD WILLIS – THE CAT (NRC)
TONY & THE MONSTROSITIES – IGOR’S PARTY (CRYPT)
VIC PLATI QUINTET – THE CHILLER (BRAVE HEART)
THE NOMADS – ICKY POO (PRELUDE)
THE THUNDERBIRDS – DELILAH JONES (AMERICA)
THE BLACK JACKS – THE SPELL (SABRE)
The Vels – Mysterious Teenager (Trebco)


ZR Exhumed Ep 13: Debut del DJ Zorch



Zorch Radio Episode 13: Debut del DJ Zorch

Airdate: Thursday, September 30th, 2010

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Digging WAAAAAY back into the archives here! Since we recently brought Jorge/DJ Zorch in Episode 80, I figured it’d be appropriate to exhume this monster. This is only episode 13 and things were a lot different then; had two other folks hosting the show as well, we were on a shorter/different time slot, we didn’t play any wax live, and the absolute dirtiest secret of them all… one of the host’s playlists was just audio ripped from Youtube. Yeah. I know. I just barfed too…

Since the music is being picked by four different people, the sound and playlist is all over the board. There’s modern surf, 50’s rockabilly, 80’s hardcore, psychobilly, and that’s all before the guest DJ set! Currently, DJ Zorch is a board member of the Vinyl Record Association and, alongside of fellow DJ Astro138, is establishing a Moldie Oldies Party in homage of Mad Mike Metrovitch. If you live in SoCal, don’t miss it!

On a personal level, it was a lot of fun re-visiting this episode as Jorge is responsible for introducing me to a huge array of sounds. 60’s garage punk, rock and roll saxaphones, exotica, Mad Mike’s, etc. Plus he’s responsible for feeding me the idea of spinning wax at gigs. Maybe you’ll get an itch for these sounds after hearing his set, too…

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Zorch Radio Episode 79: Thee Cormans Give-Away



Zorch Radio Episode 79: Thee Cormans

Airdate: Thursday, January 5th, 2012

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You want to go see Thee Cormans next week at The Funhouse? Friday January 13th??? You can win FREE tickets by listening to the podcast and answering the trivia question. Make sure to leave a comment below with your answer. First one with the correct answer gets a pair of tickets.

Also, did you know that there is ANOTHER pair of tickets to give away? Yeah! Some of you may not be fans of trashy movies (yet) so all you’ve got to do is 1) subscribe to the podcast and 2) leave a comment below. I’m holding a piece of paper with a random number behind my back and THAT numbered comment scores themselves a pair of tickets. Cake walk, yeah?

We closed the show with the savage stompin’ soundtrack of RadiOblivion Episode 48! Kaboom!


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UPDATE JAN 15TH:A review of the Jan 13th gig with Thee Cormans is online. Read it. Or just look at the pictures.

Here’s a clip of the promo for the gig with Thee Cormans:



Playlist:

The Meteors – My Kinda Rockin – Anagram Records – Episode 79
The Meteors – Wildkat Ways – Anagram Records – Episode 79
The Meteors – Hills Have Eyes – Anagram Records – Episode 79
Thee Cormans – Fagenstein’s Freak Out – In The Red Records – Episode 79
The Scallywags – Radioactive Decay – Crazy Love Records – Episode 79
Dr. Bizarro’s Victims – Don’t Lose Your Cool – Rockin Psycho Records – Ep. 79
The Elektraws – Get Tattoo’d – Unknown – Episode 79
Tabaltix – Back in Time – Crazy Love Records – Episode 79
The Krewmen – (I’m Not Your) Steppin’ Stone – Lost Moment Records – Episode 79
The Riff-Raffs – Macumba Love – Self-Released – Episode 79
Torment – Psyclops Carnival – Crazy Love Rec.– Ep. 79
Mad Sin – Meat Train at Midnight – Crazy Love Records – Episode 79
Cosmic Voodoo – Mind Dog – Kaiser Records – Episode 79
Johnny Love & Speed – Hot Damn – Love Wedge Recordings – Episode 79
Colbert Hamilton & The Nitros – Bad Reputation – Nervous Records – Episode 79
The Polecats – Cat O’ Nine Tails – Rockabilly Records – Episode 79
Billy Dwayne & The Creepers – Too Late – Pfiefle Music – Episode 79
Three Blue Teardrops – Shocked! – Self-Released – Episode 79
The Two Timin’ Three – Black & White Baby – Vinylux Records – Episode 79
Hasil Adkins – Chicken Walk – Norton Records – Episode 79
BBQ – Outta My Mind – BOMP Records – Episode 79
Haunted George – Devil’s Canyon – Dead Beat Records – Episode 79
—First 30 seconds of Down Mit Der Fuzz by Thee Cormans played at 33rpms—
Ape City R&B – Phantom Killer – Slovenly Records – Episode 79
Brimstones – Wolfman – Infernophonic Records – Episode 79
The Monsters – Whatcha Gonna Do – Voodoo Rhythm Records – Episode 79
Thee Cormans – Emergency! – In the Red Records – Episode 79
Blag Dahlia – Let’s Take a Ride – Man’s Ruin Records – Episode 79
The Sting Rays – Dinosaurs – Big Beat Records – Episode 79
Les Sexareenos – Hey Now! – Sympathy For the Record Industry – Episode 79
Demented Scumcats – Splatter Baby – Crazy Love Records – Episode 79
Demented Scumcats – Snail Train – Crazy Love Records – Episode 79
Davie Allan & The Arrows – Blue’s Theme – Tower Records – Episode 79
The Primate 5 – Speed Boat – Dizzy Records – Episode 79
The Bombora’s Land of the One Percenters – Zombie A Go-Go Records – Episode 79
The Ventures – Fuzzy and Wild – Dolton Records – Episode 79
The Memphis Morticians – Devil’s Rain – Kaiser Records – Episode 79
Os Nativos – Cara De Idiota – Gravadora Groovie Records – Episode 79
The Frantics – The Whip – Dolton Records – Episode 79
RadiOblivion Episode 48


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