treated static
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worm vibrations
posted by mrgrimm at 8:28 PM on April 20, 2016 [1 favorite]


Treated static? Please. *Curated* static for me, thanks.
That said, I'm not sure this post has a promising future, even if it's a pretty amusing link.
posted by uosuaq at 8:35 PM on April 20, 2016


Vocaloid is so hipster it's not even on the list.
posted by Rangi at 8:36 PM on April 20, 2016 [2 favorites]


Sometimes /mu/ is okay.
posted by Pope Guilty at 8:37 PM on April 20, 2016 [2 favorites]


pluperfect whalesong dubstep
vibratory cloud yodeling
songs whose titles don't contain the letter "e", played by artists whose birthdays are prime numbers
posted by mosk at 8:41 PM on April 20, 2016 [12 favorites]


*disgusted noise*
posted by Hermione Granger at 8:44 PM on April 20, 2016 [1 favorite]


I lolled as I scrolled.
posted by mandymanwasregistered at 8:46 PM on April 20, 2016 [16 favorites]


songs whose titles don't contain the letter "e", played by artists whose birthdays are prime numbers

I just had a vivid flashback to the early days of QC...
posted by Greg_Ace at 8:48 PM on April 20, 2016 [4 favorites]


I no longer listen to actual music; I only listen to hypothetical music.
posted by Grimgrin at 8:49 PM on April 20, 2016 [6 favorites]


I'm both listening and not listening to music.
posted by Greg_Ace at 8:53 PM on April 20, 2016 [2 favorites]


Is this something I'd need to own ears to understand?
posted by Earthtopus at 8:58 PM on April 20, 2016 [11 favorites]


I transcended music before it was cool.
posted by padraigin at 8:59 PM on April 20, 2016 [1 favorite]


Does tibetan throat singing really belong that far down on the list? I mean, it's a lot more pleasant than a number of things above it.
posted by gloriouslyincandescent at 9:04 PM on April 20, 2016 [11 favorites]


tag yourself, I'm cave-voice
posted by yasaman at 9:04 PM on April 20, 2016 [4 favorites]


Musical rectal interface
posted by quazichimp at 9:05 PM on April 20, 2016


One of my favorite hypothetical genres to listen to is retro-future toast core. All the songs are made with one (1) four (4) track reel to reel tape recorder, one (1) Toastmaster 1B14 toaster, and one (1) loaf of sliced bread. Microphones and editing equipment (tape and scissors) are allowed, but not considered strictly necessary. All track listings must contain the track's cardinal number with its (ordinal number) in brackets afterwards. The displayed track listing having any correlation with the songs is held to violate the fundamental principle of retro-future toast core.
posted by Grimgrin at 9:13 PM on April 20, 2016 [6 favorites]


Who doesn't love a good tonal reconstruction experiment?
posted by SisterHavana at 9:16 PM on April 20, 2016 [1 favorite]


"THE SOUND OF GOD"... that's Weird Al, right? Because I don't want to live in a reality where Weird Al is NOT God.
posted by oneswellfoop at 9:19 PM on April 20, 2016 [7 favorites]


I'm somewhere between level 6 and level... whatever that is.

Really, I like everything except the music you like, which is obviously terrible.
posted by louche mustachio at 9:21 PM on April 20, 2016 [7 favorites]


I was reassured to be "that guy" but then I saw where Tibetan throat singing was and recalled that I own a CD of throat singing, and despaired.
posted by 1adam12 at 9:21 PM on April 20, 2016 [3 favorites]


I'm into Deep Dark Handbag, myself
posted by Miss Otis' Egrets at 9:22 PM on April 20, 2016 [3 favorites]


If "post-eldritch horrorcore" was actually a thing I believe it would be my favourite.

That said, I just listened to a couple of songs off a "tropical goth/seapunk" playlist on YouTube and found them quite enjoyable.

I have always liked "ghost drone/witch house" (relatively NSFW image on first vid).

So my hipster level is LEVELLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL
posted by turbid dahlia at 9:25 PM on April 20, 2016 [5 favorites]


Update: so my delight for anything post-eldritch (which would mean after one of the Great Old Ones had risen, i.e. humanity would be extinct) has been tempered by listening to a "horrorcore" playlist, which was comprehensively childish and imbecilic. Therefore I would like to revise my previous answer.
posted by turbid dahlia at 9:28 PM on April 20, 2016 [3 favorites]


Yeah, I was like, "my tastes aren't all that outre" until I realized that I have The Conet Project album of numbers stations recordings, which is I don't even know where on that chart. Field recordings? Idk, but I only got it to serve as creepy filler on appropriately themed playlists/mixes, I swear! And for some reason I still have The Knife's entire bizarre opera based on Darwin's On the Origin of the Species, despite the fact that I have never managed to get entirely through it. I swear, almost all of my music lingers around Level 2!
posted by yasaman at 9:29 PM on April 20, 2016 [7 favorites]


California has frequent improvisational "earthquake waveforms" concerts, so does that mean that the entire state is just shy of "Sound of God?"
(Suck it, Oklahoma, we were grooving to San Andreas and the Faults before it was cool...)
posted by The Ardship of Cambry at 9:34 PM on April 20, 2016


Ha. I bet you've only got the remastered CoPo (what we insiders call the Conet Project record). I first heard the tracks in their original (*quickly Googles*) SWling format, you should go back in time and check it out, then we can talk.
posted by turbid dahlia at 9:34 PM on April 20, 2016 [4 favorites]


lol ok I'm sorry but that Ultrademon + DJ Kiff song I've linked above is actually the best and is my new favourite thing
posted by turbid dahlia at 9:39 PM on April 20, 2016


I saw a guitar/double bass/violin trio a couple weeks ago who basically had an hourlong contest to see who could make the largest number of different noises. The guitar guy was way ahead plucking the strings on the wrong side of the bridge and making weird cicada sounds with a ruined bow but then the violinist started throat-singing and boom game over. I don't know what that was called but it was pretty great
posted by theodolite at 9:42 PM on April 20, 2016 [8 favorites]


yeah, I mean my tastes reach dark ambient and tibetan throat singing and compositions that include field recordings and it's not exactly challenging listening. For throat singing, you don't have to go all the way to Huun Huur Tu, the KLF put it in Chill Out.
posted by snuffleupagus at 9:54 PM on April 20, 2016 [2 favorites]


Existence 2.0 is an amazing radio station for Fallout 3/4, playing 'experimental ambient terror' music interspersed with robotic dreams and mordant dj quips.

Seems a propos.
posted by Sebmojo at 9:58 PM on April 20, 2016 [7 favorites]


honestly, I love it all, Abba to Zappa, MGMT to Merzbow ... particularly the earlier stuff.
posted by philip-random at 10:02 PM on April 20, 2016 [1 favorite]


"Kreatrock"????
posted by rock swoon has no past at 10:10 PM on April 20, 2016 [1 favorite]


I've been sessioning jpeg artifacts from the Lenna image, fed through a Tinkertoy calliope.
posted by furtive at 10:16 PM on April 20, 2016 [4 favorites]


I don't really think of my tastes as being all that out there, but I realized that there is this one Hafler Trio album, "'Bang!' -An Open Letter" on which one of the tracks is literally modulated static at a higher level than the rest of the album, and while I would not actually characterize most of that record as "music," I do think is an absolutely brilliant recording. I've also definitely used a colored noise generator, so I guess I have to admit that I'm a fan of processed static.
posted by cmoj at 10:18 PM on April 20, 2016


My favorite piece in the "overlapping-spacenoise" genre is called Song From Twenty-Eight Rooms.
It has a super cool score.
posted by carsonb at 10:29 PM on April 20, 2016


I'm sorry, but "semen-operated keyboard" is an incredibly cis-male-biased description. Most of my favorite orgasmaclavier artists are, in fact, women.

Any poser can play a keyboard using donated or store-bought semen. It's the orgasm that defines the genre.
posted by neckro23 at 10:36 PM on April 20, 2016 [11 favorites]


I can't sneer at processed static or space noise either. Public Service Broadcasting's song Fire in the Cockpit from their concept album about the space race (...maybe I belong in level infinity) has my ideal soothing static. Perhaps I shouldn't find the somber static in a song about the tragedy of Apollo 1 deeply soothing, but. That's some mighty fine static.
posted by yasaman at 10:36 PM on April 20, 2016 [1 favorite]


4chan needs to stop everything its doing.
posted by gehenna_lion at 10:39 PM on April 20, 2016 [1 favorite]


How hipster is your music taste?

My meme taste is also hipster, as I liked this before it showed up here. ;D
posted by Celsius1414 at 10:40 PM on April 20, 2016


SRCOLLOL
posted by linear_arborescent_thought at 10:53 PM on April 20, 2016


Pffft... My brother played the orgasmaclavier for Throbbing Gristle back in the 70s.

Plebes...
posted by mikeand1 at 11:09 PM on April 20, 2016 [3 favorites]


You're not listening to YouTube aleatoric modular demo patches? In 2016? Really?

Absolutely plebeian.

Bonus one.
posted by Spacelegoman at 11:10 PM on April 20, 2016 [5 favorites]


Refreshingly devoid of the expected back-where-you-started punchline! These days I appreciate almost any spectrum that's an honest spectrum without a whiff of horseshoe about it.
posted by RogerB at 11:11 PM on April 20, 2016


I once sat through a performance involving two white-boy dreadlocks types with plugged-in electric guitars laid on the floor feeding back while said boys hit those guitars with spoons. Occasionally. With no discernable rhythm. For half an hour.

I couldn't leave because reasons. Reasons being along the lines of I was performing later myself, singing basic songs in the normal proletarian manner - and it would have been rude.

To this day I wonder if any jury in the world would have convicted me if any of those spoons had ended up in the wrong place.
posted by motty at 11:12 PM on April 20, 2016 [5 favorites]


I guess if my reaction is "Wait, why is A higher than B? Shouldn't B be higher than A?" then maybe I should just give up and regard myself as a cautionary tale for others.
posted by aubilenon at 11:25 PM on April 20, 2016 [5 favorites]


All of the above.
posted by tspae at 11:29 PM on April 20, 2016


yeah, I mean my tastes reach dark ambient and tibetan throat singing and compositions that include field recordings and it's not exactly challenging listening. For throat singing, you don't have to go all the way to Huun Huur Tu, the KLF put it in Chill Out.

Part of the fun of listening to the Orb in a working lab is realizing the CD cut out half an hour ago and you've been listening to the vacuum pump.
posted by sebastienbailard at 11:30 PM on April 20, 2016 [35 favorites]


Putting guitars on the floor and hitting them with sticks is totally normal as long as you do it in a church.
posted by Sonny Jim at 11:30 PM on April 20, 2016 [1 favorite]


I noticed the conspicuous absence of Vaporwave and the misspelling of Krautrock, and I know internet music nerds well enough to be pretty sure that those were both intentional trolling, so... I'm at the most annoying stratum.
posted by One Second Before Awakening at 11:39 PM on April 20, 2016 [1 favorite]


This is the perfect time for the vaguely-apocryphal late-90s' college radio story that I love to tell.

During one long hot New Orleans summer in the 90s, the WTUL tower (home of the most obscure and most clichéd college radio you could find for miles) was hit by lightning and the station went off the air.

Two of the better-known DJs were listening to the station as it happened, and continued listening for around an hour, because they thought it was some excellent new noise band.
posted by Katemonkey at 12:25 AM on April 21, 2016 [9 favorites]


"Kreatrock"????

Pretty obscure, you probably wouldn't have heard of it, etc.

Also: I enjoyed this.
posted by Pink Frost at 12:29 AM on April 21, 2016


I came up with some jokey fake music genres to post and now I'm sad they're not real and I'm wondering if I should quit my job and try to make naive ska and domesticsquabblewave actually happen
posted by prize bull octorok at 12:54 AM on April 21, 2016 [3 favorites]


> Part of the fun of listening to the Orb in a working lab is realizing the CD cut out half an hour ago and you've been listening to the vacuum pump.

I once got deep into a hypnotic drone groove one Fireworks Night in Hebden Bridge, only to realise I'd been nodding along to the throb of an ice-cream van's engine.

I might have been in a slightly altered state at the time.
posted by ZipRibbons at 12:57 AM on April 21, 2016 [2 favorites]


Alternative title 'how white is your music taste?'
posted by stevedawg at 12:59 AM on April 21, 2016 [1 favorite]


I scrolled all the way down looking for ska, sad and disappointed until I got to the end. Yep, Sound of God is pretty much the right name for Third Wave.

In the name of Skankin' Pickle, Less than Jake, and the holy Slapstick, skanking and circle pits forever and ever, world without end, amen
posted by Ghidorah at 1:38 AM on April 21, 2016 [2 favorites]


I'm pleased to see someone taking time from what I can only assume is their busy internet schedule of ironically tagging Avril Lavigne songs to perform this important work.
posted by Sonny Jim at 2:02 AM on April 21, 2016


stevedawg: "Alternative title 'how white is your music taste?'"

As fun as the "Let's relate every thread on Mefi to whiteness or capitalism" game is, Level 6 has a fairly large Japanese contingent.
posted by Bugbread at 2:24 AM on April 21, 2016 [1 favorite]


So what am I supposed to do if I happen to make funeral noises and eldritch horrorcore? I mean, you know, hypothetically speaking.

It's not like I would spend most of the day trying to record some unnervingly giant flies buzzing around a stale old can of beer at 96khz/24 so I could amplify it to terrible levels, stretch it into further horribleness with the vague thought in mind of playing it back in a creepy concrete bunker so loud that it sounds like giant demon space flies chasing you around some dark, dank sort place were you might surely be chased down and eaten by zombies or anything.
posted by loquacious at 2:26 AM on April 21, 2016 [9 favorites]


Yeah, this is all very interesting but I like this amazing thing that sounds like a farting gecko with a backbeat . You've probably never heard of them so whatever.
posted by h00py at 2:28 AM on April 21, 2016 [5 favorites]


I listen to sounds from God's funeral mixed with harsh static post-eldritch horror noisecore for some lighter listening.
posted by daniel_charms at 2:40 AM on April 21, 2016 [2 favorites]


I stopped listening to concrete music years ago, and now only listen to concrete.
posted by chavenet at 2:49 AM on April 21, 2016 [5 favorites]


Tibetan Throat Singing is as far as I've ever intentionally listened with interest - and that was because of the blue. But, I have taken a keen reinterest in it as of late as I have become addicted to Netflix's Marco Polo which features the variant Mongolian Throat Singing - which I feel is superior to listen to. But otherwise, I hang in 1-4 unless you classify my interest in music ... um... better - but really probably 1-4.

Also, if Guided by Voices is the Sound of God, I am waaaaay hipster - which would sort of surprise me in a post ironic way that only you, an actual hipster, would get. I mean - I'm pressing 40 and you want to make me a hipster - hah you really are avant garde enough to make a mockery of even the word and definition enough you align your social construct with. Bravo!
posted by Nanukthedog at 3:22 AM on April 21, 2016 [1 favorite]


I was curious what electric wine glasses might sound like: pretty much as you might expect, it turns out.
posted by misteraitch at 3:25 AM on April 21, 2016 [2 favorites]


I thought tropical goth was as deep as I'd go, but I have earthquake waveforms on my list, simply because I have a fondness for early 90s wrestling tag team champions, The Natural Disasters, and an earthquake waveform was their intro music, and so it's on a few of my playlists.
posted by Slap*Happy at 3:31 AM on April 21, 2016


FWIW, I'm just now reminded of an act my band shared a stage with many moons back. Their main instrumentalist wore a black dustbin liner, played a washing machine drum whilst intermittently spitting out semi-masticated banana across the stage...
posted by Rufus T. Firefly at 4:09 AM on April 21, 2016 [1 favorite]


Bah. Needs more cosmic background noise and remixes of two black holes merging. Amateurs.
posted by seyirci at 5:11 AM on April 21, 2016


I was astonished by a violent argument about whether Cradle Of Filth was black-metal or death-metal. There was some dire difference between these categories that was worth fighting over.

I just checked my archive and Cradle of Filth is between Courtney Barnett and Crystal Castles. I don't think there are good or bad genres, you really have to take each piece individually. Weird Al plays a mean polka. ACDC used bagpipes in a song I regard highly.

There is hope. I gave my friend a phone, he really needed one, and it had a custom ringtone I made out of Lily Allen's 'Fuck you'. Just the chorus on loop. The other ringtone was the coda of System Of A Down's song 'Mr. Jack' which is Serj and Damian screaming 'fuck you pig' for infinity. He stuck with Lily to my surprise. It was so out of character, but after a few weeks of Lily's charming lilt being in his space, he became a fan. Bought the CD even. His other favourite is GWAR, for context.
posted by adept256 at 5:22 AM on April 21, 2016


True story: I once planted heirloom seeds for indoor starting of the home garden using the soil block method while listening to The Knife's "Shaking The Habitual" - on vinyl. Should I be scared?
posted by Muddler at 5:24 AM on April 21, 2016 [1 favorite]


Shaking the Habitual is pretty neat.

One of my favorite albums, not kidding here, is Swiss Mountain Transport Systems.
posted by Foosnark at 5:36 AM on April 21, 2016 [1 favorite]


I really wanted Tropical Goth to be a calypso cover of "Bela Lugosi's Dead."
posted by thivaia at 5:48 AM on April 21, 2016 [5 favorites]


I really wanted Tropical Goth to be a calypso cover of "Bela Lugosi's Dead."

I can make this happen. There's a local busker that plays steel drums and takes requests.
posted by adept256 at 5:55 AM on April 21, 2016 [4 favorites]


Where does 'one's own farts,' rate?
posted by jonmc at 5:56 AM on April 21, 2016


Free jazz is on there already jon
posted by Potomac Avenue at 5:58 AM on April 21, 2016 [11 favorites]


Zing
posted by Potomac Avenue at 5:58 AM on April 21, 2016


Somewhere between pop and country.
posted by daniel_charms at 5:59 AM on April 21, 2016


Also I'd like to add, I live in the tropics, and there is nothing sadder than wearing fifteen layers of black clothes in a tropical summer, and somehow maintaining a pallid complexion. Tropical goths really commit.
posted by adept256 at 5:59 AM on April 21, 2016 [2 favorites]


Free Jazz? Mine are closer to Death Metal.
posted by jonmc at 6:10 AM on April 21, 2016 [1 favorite]


Needs more Nihilist Mystic Swiss Concret Noise Psychodrama, and more links to things using accurate but silly sounding genre names.
posted by idiopath at 6:31 AM on April 21, 2016 [1 favorite]


I'm safe. All my throat-singing artists are Tuvan.
posted by fings at 6:44 AM on April 21, 2016


Here's one who isn't.
posted by griphus at 7:09 AM on April 21, 2016


Listening to other people's music is for suckers. I won't listen to any music that I didn't write myself.
posted by malocchio at 8:05 AM on April 21, 2016


Where is "microtonal/xenharmonic doom" on this scale?
posted by Xyanthilous P. Harrierstick at 8:14 AM on April 21, 2016 [1 favorite]


bytes from encrypted network traffic interpreted as a signal sampled at 44.1 kHz, 16 bits per sample
posted by indubitable at 8:19 AM on April 21, 2016


No black MIDI? Posers.
posted by JoeZydeco at 8:21 AM on April 21, 2016 [4 favorites]


> That said, I'm not sure this post has a promising future, even if it's a pretty amusing link.

Are you kidding? This is the best thread in ages! Also, I am the proud owner of not only field recordings and Georgian folk music and Islamic chants and lots of rembetika but shelves of free jazz, including not one but two solo bass records. Still trying to find the Voice of God, though, so haven't achieved Final Hipsterdom.
posted by languagehat at 9:25 AM on April 21, 2016 [1 favorite]


You might be interested in this compilation of Ottoman-American diaspora folk music then.
posted by griphus at 9:28 AM on April 21, 2016 [1 favorite]


My favourite genre = "hard-" + your favourite genre
posted by acb at 9:48 AM on April 21, 2016


I must admit, I've had that conversation. "Do you hear that? The car is making a weird noise." "Oh, no, that's just this Stilluppsteypa song."

So where can I listen to some lowercase? It sounds fascinating.
posted by mubba at 10:15 AM on April 21, 2016 [1 favorite]


> You might be interested in this compilation of Ottoman-American diaspora folk music then.

I was going to say "Oh, I've got that," but then I checked my shelves and realized I was thinking of this, and the one you link to is on my wishlist.
posted by languagehat at 10:38 AM on April 21, 2016 [2 favorites]


Still trying to find the Voice of God, though, so haven't achieved Final Hipsterdom

You are welcome to come over and listen to my African Headcharge records if you will sign my copy of Fundamentals of Language.
posted by snuffleupagus at 11:08 AM on April 21, 2016


Liked the Schankler.

but really - no STANAG 4285 or Chinese OTHR?

How depressingly mainstream.
posted by Devonian at 11:13 AM on April 21, 2016


Bah. Needs more cosmic background noise and remixes of two black holes merging. Amateurs.

Galactic Noise Music is so 1991, man.
posted by Johnny Wallflower at 11:31 AM on April 21, 2016 [2 favorites]


I can't believe I bothered posting that in a thread of bourgeois music. Pearls before swine.

microtonal Bulgarian semanticism 4eva
posted by Johnny Wallflower at 11:35 AM on April 21, 2016 [1 favorite]


One of my friends (aside from being an adorable bearded dude) builds hybrid stringed instruments, and the effects and amps that power them, and then plays against looped versions of himself over top of field recordings he's made.

Nobody has ever properly photographed or drawn him without at least six arms. Sometimes a second head.

Also: guilty of having both the Conet Project and a scattered collection of subway sounds*, among other ephemera.

*both announcements as well as operating noises and crowd recordings
posted by a halcyon day at 11:51 AM on April 21, 2016 [2 favorites]


I guess here is where I remind MeFi that You Are Listening To exists, and speculate on the continuum that contains whale song, Chopped & Screwed, and dark ambient drone wave.
posted by a halcyon day at 11:53 AM on April 21, 2016 [3 favorites]


My favourite genre = "hard-" + your favourite genre

Would Hard-Easy Listening just be "Listening"?
posted by Greg_Ace at 12:30 PM on April 21, 2016 [8 favorites]


misteraitch: sphere spins, but in wrong plane; around wrong axis is my jam.
posted by The Ardship of Cambry at 12:40 PM on April 21, 2016


Would Hard-Easy Listening just be "Listening"?

Easy Listening, as I like to say, isn't. So Hard-Easy might either collapse in on itself and become silence, or perhaps reach an even harder-to-listen-to state where ears actually explode, spraying the room in goo.
posted by Celsius1414 at 1:12 PM on April 21, 2016


I love You Are Listening To, thank you for reminding me of it! Ambient music + police scanner, yes, this is my Urban Aesthetic.
posted by yasaman at 2:02 PM on April 21, 2016


Pretentious farts represent! I not only listen to space noise I make soundscapes with it so I'm doubly guilty. Plus you can pry my eldritch field recordings from my cold eldritch hands you plebe.

To top it off, when I saw Faust recently, I witnessed the birth of Scarf-Core, as one of the band's entourage was sitting onstage the whole time...*knitting*.
posted by GospelofWesleyWillis at 3:15 PM on April 21, 2016 [3 favorites]



My favourite genre = "hard-" + your favourite genre


Hard-twee is awesome, right?
posted by thivaia at 3:25 PM on April 21, 2016 [2 favorites]


Hard-twee is awesome, right?

Well, tweecore (or “tweexcore”) is actually A Thing, and includes bands like Los Campesinos! and The Spook School. (That's not to be confused with cupcakecore, which is more vintagey/craftsy, only with a spiky punk edge.)
posted by acb at 4:06 PM on April 21, 2016 [3 favorites]


Tweecore is how my SO and many of my IRL friends describe me, perhaps because I'm very serious about cuteness. I don't love cupcakes as much as brownies, though.
posted by a halcyon day at 4:26 PM on April 21, 2016 [1 favorite]


Danger music is missing.

Why is Danger music missing ???
posted by Faintdreams at 4:28 PM on April 21, 2016 [1 favorite]


Maybe we're not in the...DANGER ZONE.
posted by Greg_Ace at 4:41 PM on April 21, 2016 [2 favorites]


It takes truckloads of speakers but I find the resonant frequencies of certain hills simply delicious
posted by yoHighness at 5:28 PM on April 21, 2016 [1 favorite]


Hip hop for life.
posted by soakimbo at 6:22 PM on April 21, 2016 [1 favorite]


Tune in to my show, 2-4 am every other Thursday, to hear the latest in smooth grime, traditional drum n bass, Christian screamogaze, and depressive house.
posted by Sonny Jim at 2:02 AM on April 22, 2016 [2 favorites]


Balloon music is the future.
posted by sincarne at 1:14 PM on April 22, 2016 [2 favorites]


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