March 13, 1982: no reviews, extended Odds ‘N’ Bods

ODDS ‘N’ BODS

MEDWAY MEGASTAR Nicky Peck has abruptly decamped from his Gillingham King Charles Hotel venue, where the management evidently started upping prices without warning (greed kills the goose again), to re-open his Sunday Soul Club this weekend (14) at the Tudor House on the A20 a couple of miles East of Maidstone . . . Greg Wilson’s alldayer with Froggy, Colin Curtis and more at Wigan Pier next Sunday (21) is members-only, but membership forms are available with SAE from the Pier, Pottery Road, Wallgate, Wigan, Lancashire, or from the DJs appearing, or from City Sounds record shop in London (return rail fare is £10.50 Euston–Wigan) . . . PRT soon release Search ‘Like The Way‘ on Philly World . . . P-Funk All Stars ‘Hydraulic Pump’ finally surfaced here on Virgin in a colourful sleeve but 2bpm faster at 108bpm and with just two tracks instead of the US copy’s three . . . Streetwave’s new 18 track ‘demo/master’ studio is only a converted broom cupboard at Morgan Khan’s Detroit — sorry, West Acton HQ, so don’t expect to fit in more than two people at a time! . . . Steve Walsh’s Svenson advert in Birmingham (where he did radio commercials for hair weaving) read as, “Working in front of audiences means my looks matter to me. So imagine how I felt when I started to go bald” . . . South Eastern Disco Assn’s SEDA ’82 Spring Fair stretches over two days at the Great Danes Hotel near Maidstone this year, Saturday 3rd April seeing an afternoon Record Fair (stand space from Theo Loyla on 01-548 2911) followed by Froggy guesting at a Superdisco, Sunday 4th April then featuring the equipment exhibition, and SEDA’s annual dinner/cabaret . . . Graham Bond (Middlesbrough 0642 325112) is after record pluggers to talk at Cleveland Area DJF meetings, the next one being Sunday week (21) at Middlesbrough’s Post House 7-10pm . . . New York’s “urban contemporary” (ie. disco/soul) radio stations — WKTU, WRKS, WBLS (who carve up the largest share of the city’s listeners between them) — all now feature their own exclusive remixes of current disco hits specially created for each station by rival teams of DJs and unavailable commercially, the main mixing moments to catch being WBLS ‘Mid Morning Mix’ (2½ hours daily), WRKS ‘Master Mix Dance Party’ (noon-1pm daily) which uses original versions leaving remixes for general play, while WKTU slots in mixes in continuous 20 minute chunks several times a day . . . oh for an urban contemporary station in London! . . . Capital now sounds like a commercial radio station — any commercial radio station — rather than Capital . . . UK music of the new variety is breaking in the States via disco play as radio won’t touch it — current US club hits include Chas Jankel, Soft Cell, Human League, Clash, Pete Shelley, Aneka, Modern Romance, Fingerprintz, Flock Of Seagulls, Genesis, Slow Children, DAF, Yello, Haircut One Hundred, Depeche Mode — in fact the vast majority of the non-“disco” material charted by DJs . . . Olivia Newton-John, Soft Cell and Kraftwerk also hit the US Soul LP chart! . . . Erskine T has had the E from WEA . . . Orin, what’s happening? . . . London DJ and sometime disco plugger Dave Towry-Coker, known to wary club managers as Dave TC, was recently killed in an altercation with security staff at the Venue . . . Watford’s New Penny needs another DJ, call Mr Harris on Watford 22003 after 8pm . . . Sandy Martin’s “Randy Sandy” smooch session on Valentine’s Saturday at Swindon Brunel Rooms resulted in Kevin Logan going on stage in front of 1,200 people to ask Donna Gordon to marry him — she blushed bright scarlet and said “Oh yes!” . . . Valentine Sunday saw Shakatak break Watford Bailey’s door record, with 2,500 admitted and 800 turned away . . . Tony ‘Visionary Entrepreneur’ Jenkins actually sent a Telex to cancel our tea date at the Ritz — gad, the guy’s got style! . . . Phonogram’s Four Tops reception at the inconveniently sited Xclusiv would have been better had they not run out of food before I’d found a parking place! . . . PEEL’s latest jingle-spiked promo (for Lady Contour razors) included a gas lighter and lifetime’s supply of excellent fibre-tip pens — how many of those got handed out? . . . John Malkin (Mon/Tues/Thurs/Friday at Rotherham’s refitted Charade, Wed/Sat at Maltby Manor Hotel) says South Yorkshire is pretty much futurist orientated but surprisingly there’s a trend back towards disco/funk, black as well as the white boys variety . . . CJ Carlos, as well as Streatham Cats Whiskers on Sundays with Svenson Walsh, now does Central London’s Samantha’s on Wed/Thurs, Hombres Fri/Sat/Tues . . . Alan Jewell is so highly rated in Oslo that, after a short break in London soon, he’ll be staying there all summer — but he does wish his much prized copy of Record Mirror could reach him before six other fellow DJs had read it first! . . . Larry Foster now squeezes in early sessions on Thurs/Fri/Sats at Romford’s Lamps wine bar . . . Steven Fay (Darwen) revives Wee Gee ‘Hold On To Your Dreams‘ (US Cotillion) in smooch spots, Kev Hill (Basildon Sweeney’s) revives Chairmen Of The Board ‘Finders Keepers‘ (Invictus) to growing demand . . . David Ruffin & Eddie Kendricks are back performing live with the Temptations, and Ben E King will be fronting a Drifters line-up for a UK visit soon . . . Groove’s Chris Palmer very flatteringly sported a specially made “Dr Soul is big with me” T-shirt at one of my ’60s soul nights — which are really going well, so visit Soho’s Le Beat Route in Greek Street one Tuesday soon . . . Edgbaston Faces’ Steve Dennis & Gibbo issued a joint communique: “The music of the street and disco is having less chart impression now than for a very long time and as pop radio becomes more and more MoR it really is time we saw the development of street awareness” . . . Flash Gordon (Bristol Misty’s) has computed that the complete Disco Top 90 would take 9 hours to play, plus another 3 hours for chart hits, oldies and slowies — so no wonder lots of good stuff gets left behind . . . Frenchie (Blackpool) after doing a break down of the disco chart, wonders whether DJs are cutting back on imports and LP tracks due to lack of money or is the audience demand waning? . . . Nick Radcliffe (Winkfield) buys all his records at the Slough Record Centre in Farnham Road, Slough, where Tony Hodges runs the import department . . . David Emery reports that Newcastle-upon-Tyne’s Stage Door is chock-a-block nightly with (as in many other venues currently) private parties swelling the numbers usefully — but don’t you find you have to play mainly oldies and mega-hits to that type crowd? . . . Saint Tropez ‘Femmes Fatales‘ (US Destiny LP) has as expected become my most enquired about (and now requested) sound, the entirely French-spoken with sound effects scenario concerning a lady and her male lover being murdered while on the job by the former’s jealous lesbian ex-lover — and thankfully a few of you are picking up on it now too . . . Tony ‘Jammy Sod’ Jenkins has an exclusive copy of Brass Construction’s new LP, rave tracks he says being ‘Do That Thang‘ and ‘Forever Love‘, quite as good as their very first set . . . Sunday night’s the night, but you’ll have to find out where the stylish dressers are going for yourself! . . . Is Steve Strange putting on weight because of all the dainty tea’s he’s having? . . . Electrik Funk is a monster and mixes with anything, although the sequence Goldie Alexander, Frankie Smith, Electrik Funk, NY Skyy ‘Call Me (Remix)’ works well . . . Maxine Singleton is good out of George Duke ‘Shine On’ or Jean Carn ‘Was That All It Was’, while Imagination ‘Illusion’ and Shakatak ‘Easier Said Than Done’ blend together backwards and forwards (with vari-tuning) so well I defy you to spot the joins! . . . when is a wig not a wig? — when Svenson calls it a weave! (it may not blow off in the wind but otherwise what’s the difference?) . . . Greg Gregory (London Busby’s) does a killer mix from Oneness Of Juju into ‘Kasso’ . . . Ian Levine (Charing Cross Heaven) reckons that the all-time gay disco classics never to cross over and hit must include Front Page (featuring Sharon Redd) ‘Love Insurance‘ (Panorama), Suzi Lane ‘Harmony‘ (Elektra), Jessica Williams ‘Queen Of Fools‘ (Polydor), Ferrara ‘Love Attack‘ (Midsong), Kat Mandu ‘The Break‘ (TK) . . . Mark Clark currently plays to over 400 roller skaters at both Bracknell and Maidenhead Sports Centres (with skating “tribes” like the Bay City Rollers, even!), where he finds slowish BPMs work best — Vaughan Mason ‘Bounce Rock Skate Roll‘ being a biggie — but can anyone recommend other suitable sounds? . . . Jon Williams (Birkenhead 051-645 3618) has a 16mm Bell & Howell cine projector for sale . . . Monday midday deadlines now make my time even shorter, so, although I’d rather be doing reviews, as there’s always an outcry if there’s no Odds ‘N’ Bods, I hope you’re happy . . . MOMBASSA! NYASA!


THOSE JONES GIRLS — Brenda, Shirley and Valerie — have an enviable record of import chart success with their last two albums, yet have been notoriously badly served here by CBS, who for instance have only now just got around to releasing the latest set, ‘Get As Much Love As You Can’ (Philadelphia International PIR 85347). Best for home listening (as of course are all the really big sellers), it contains ‘Nights Over Egypt’.


UK NEWIES

No UK Reviews this week.


IMPORTS

No Import Reviews this week. 


UK Disco Top 90 – March 13, 1982

01 01 ‘D’ Train – You’re The One For Me (Instrumental) – Epic 12”
02 05 George Duke – Shine On / Positive Energy – Epic 12”
03 08 Tomorrow’s Edition – U Turn Me On – CBS 12”
04 03 Bohannon – Let’s Start II Dance Again – London 12”
05 06 Oneness Of Juju – Every Way But Loose – US Sutra 12”
06 02 Brandi Wells – Watch Out – WMOT 12”
07 04 George Benson – Never Give Up On A Good Thing – Warner Bros 12”
08 26 Smokey Robinson – Tell Me Tomorrow – Motown 12”
09 07 Whispers – In The Raw / Small Talkin’ – Solar 12”
10 10 Earth Wind & Fire – I’ve Had Enough / Let’s Groove (Remix) / Kalimba Tree – CBS 12”
11 13 Touch – Keep On – Elite 12”
12 11 Kool & The Gang – Get Down On It – De-Lite 12”
13 12 Kleeer – Taste The Music / I Shall Get Over / Wall To Wall / De Ting Continues – Atlantic LP
14 29 Xavier – Love Is On The One / Work That Sucker To Death – Liberty 12”
15 16 The Band A.K.A. – Grace / Funk Down – US PPL LP
16 21 Vicky ‘D’ – This Beat Is Mine – SAM 12”
17 09 Daryl Hall & John Oates – I Can’t Go For That – RCA 12”
18 19 Stone – Time / Instrumental – US West End 12”
19 18 Kool & The Gang – Take My Heart – De-Lite 12”
20 31 War – You Got The Power – RCA 12”
21 23 Roy Ayers – Turn Me Loose / Our Time Is Coming – US Polydor LP
22 15 Carol Kenyon / Morrissey Mullen – Come And Get Me / Life On The Wire – Beggars Banquet 12”
23 14 Alton Edwards – I Just Wanna – Streetwave 12”
24 66 Sharon Brown – I Specialize In Love – US Profile 12”
25 20 Goldie Alexander – Show You My Love – US Chaz Ro 12”
26 25 Yvonne Gage – Garden Of Eve – Atlantic 12”
27 NE Shakatak – Night Birds / Rio Nights – Polydor 12” promo
28 24 Slave – Wait For Me – Atlantic 12”
29 28 Jones Girls – Nights Over Egypt – Philadelphia Int 12”
30 22 Tom Browne – Fungi Mama – Arista GRP 12”
31 30 Second Image – Fall In Love / Take A Trip – Polydor 12”
32 68 Imagination – Just An Illusion – R&B 12”
33 40 Richard ‘Dimples’ Fields – If It Ain’t One Thing… It’s Another / Sincerely / Mr. Look So Good / Taking Applications – US Boardwalk LP
34 33 Michael Wycoff – Still Got The Magic – RCA 12”
35 37 Central Line – Don’t Tell Me (Remix) – Mercury 12”
36 32 Claudja Barry – If I Do It To You – Ensign 12”
37 27 Shakatak – Easier Said Than Done – Polydor 12”
38 NE Maxine Singleton – Don’t You Love It – US Peter Pan 12”
39 90 Elecktrik Funk – On A Journey (Instrumental) – US Prelude 12”
40 42 Lamont Dozier – You Oughta Be In Pictures / Help Is On The Way – US M&M LP
41 17 New York Skyy – Let’s Celebrate / Call Me – Epic/Streetwave 12”
42 36 Central Line – Don’t Tell Me / Shake It Up – Mercury 12”
43 44 Central Line – Breaking Point / Goodbye – Mercury LP
44 35 George Duke – Ride On Love / Dream On – Epic LP
45 34 Whispers – Emergency / Turn Me Out / Love Is Where You Find It / Cruisin’ In – Solar LP
46 38 Ernie Watts – Chariots Of Fire / Valdez In The Country / Gigolo / Hold On – US Qwest LP
47 NE Next Movement – Let’s Work It Out – US Prelude 12”
48 41 Gilberto Gil – Palco – German WEA LP
49 39 Kasso – Kasso – US Delirium/Dutch Rams Horn 12”
50 46 Richard Jon Smith – Stay With Me Tonight – Jive 12”
51 60 Phyllis Nelson – Don’t Stop The Train – US Tropique 12”
52 71 Search – Like The Way (You Funk With Me) – US Philly World 12”
53 NE Lamont Dozier – Shout About It – US M&M 12”
54 62 Rafael Cameron – Boogie’s Gonna Get Ya / All That’s Good To Me – US Salsoul 12”
55 48 Richard ‘Dimples’ Fields – I’ve Got To Learn To Say No / She’s Got Papers On Me – Epic 12”
56 49 Children Of 7 – Solid Dub – Stiff 12”
57 69 P-Funk All Stars – Hydraulic Pump Part III – Virgin 12”
58 61 Henderson & Whitfield – Dancin’ To The Beat (Inst) – US Park Place 12”
59 52 Diana Ross – Mirror Mirror – Capitol 12”
60 51 Jimmy Castor – E-Man Boogie ’82 – US Salsoul 12”
61 56 Don Latarski – Beginning Song / Jennifer Anne’s Samba – US Inner City LP
62 70 Shalamar – Friends / I Can Make You Feel Good – Solar 12”
63 59 Patrick Cowley – Megatron Man / Get A Little – US Megatone LP
64 43 Whatnauts – Help Is On The Way – US Harlem Int 12”
65 86 Brass Construction – Can You See The Light – US Liberty 12”
66 63 Cool Runners – Play The Game – MCA 12”
67 45 Bar-Kays – Nightcruising / Hit And Run – Mercury 12”
68 67 Breakfast Band – Tokyo Shuffle / Broadside Rhumba / Tuna – Breakfast Music LP
69 77 Shalamar – Playing To Win / A Night To Remember – Solar LP
70 87 Rah Band – Winter Love / Funk Me Down To Rio – TNT 12”
71 54 Four Tops – Tonight I’m Gonna Love You All Over – Casablanca 12”
72 NE Charles Earland – Earland’s Jam / The Only One / Animal / Marcia’s Walz – US Columbia LP
73 NE New York Skyy – Call Me (Remix) – Dutch Rams Horn 12”
74 NE Mystic Merlin – Mr Magician / Full Moon – US Capitol LP
75 83 Barbara Roy – If You Want Me (Remix) – Canadian Black Sun 12”
76 88 Was (Not Was) – Tell Me That I’m Dreaming – US Ze/Island 12”
77 RE Detroit Spinners – Knack For Me – Atlantic 12”
78 85 Fuse One – Sunwalk / Hot Fire / Silk – US CTI LP
79 78 C.M. Lord – Flashback – RCA 12”
80 NE Gonzalez – (I Want To Get) Closer To You – Tooti Frooti 12” promo
81 73 Modern Romance – Queen Of The Rapping Scene – WEA 12”
82 76 Dolly Dots – P.S. I Love You – WEA 12”
83 65 Evelyn King – Spirit Of The Dancer – RCA 12”
84 64 Komiko – Feel Alright / Instrumental – US SAM 12”
85 75 Antilles – Let’s Shake / Simon’s Melody – Ice 12”
86 80 Direct Drive – Don’t Depend On Me / Time Machine – Oval 12”
87 NE Tom Tom Club – Genius Of Love – Island 12”
88 NE Starsound – Stars On Stevie – CBS 12”
89 89 Imortals – The Ultimate Warlord – Excaliber 12”
90 NE Kasso – Walkman / Brazilian Dancer / Key West – US Delirium LP


BREAKERS

BUBBLING UNDER the UK Disco 90 with increased support are:

Ramsey Lewis: ‘You Never Know’ / ‘Lynn’ / ‘Sassy Stew’ / ‘It’s Just Called Love’ (CBS LP)
One Way: ‘Who’s Foolin’ Who’ / ‘Cutie Pie’ (MCA 12in)
Style: ‘Movin’ On’ (Instrumental) (US Emergency 12in)
J. Gale Gaymon: ‘(If You) Study Long You’ll Study Wrong’ (US Alton 12in)
Pigbag: ‘Papa’s Got A Brand New Pigbag’ (Y 12in)
Keith Diamond Band: ‘Body Talk’ / ‘All Night Rocker’ (US Millennium 12in)
Janet Kay: ‘You Bring The Sun Out’ (Black Roots 12in)
Roni Griffith: ‘(The Best Part Of) Breakin’ Up’ (US Vanguard 12in)
Spandau Ballet: ‘Chant No.1 (Remix)’ (Reformation 12in promo)
Tania Maria: ‘Tranquility’ / ‘Eruption’ (US Concord Jazz Picante LP)
Azymuth: ‘Estreito De Taruma’ / ‘May I Have This Dance’ (US Milestone LP)
Freddie Hubbard: ‘This Is It’ (US Elektra Musician LP)
Atlantic Starr: ‘Circles’ (US A&M LP)
Al Jarreau: ‘Roof Garden’ (Warner Bros 12in)
Greg Perry: ‘It Takes Heart (Instrumental)’ (US Alta 12in)
Saint Tropez: ‘Femmes Fatales’ / ‘I’ve Been Watching You’ (US Destiny LP)
Universal Robot Band: ‘Barely Breaking Even’ (US Moonglow 12in)
The Quick: ‘The Rhythm Off The Jungle’ (Epic 12in)
Frankie Smith: ‘Double Dutch Bus’ (WMOT 12in)
Judy Roberts: ‘Ole’ (US Inner City LP)


Pop Orientated Dance Chart:

01 03 Love Plus One – Haircut One Hundred – Arista 12”
02 01 The Model / Computer Love – Kraftwerk – EMI 12”
03 09 Never Give Up On A Good Thing – George Benson – Warner Bro 12”
04 08 You’re The One For Me – “D” Train – Epic 12”
05 02 Get Down On It – Kool & The Gang – De-Lite 12”
06 10 It Ain’t What You Do – Fun Boy Three/Bananarama – Chrysalis 12”
07 06 I Can’t Go For That – Hall & Oates – RCA 12”
08 11 The Lion Sleeps Tonight – Tight Fit – Jive 12”
09 07 I’ve Had Enough / Let’s Groove (Remix) – Earth Wind & Fire – CBS 12”
10 04 I Just Wanna – Alton Edwards – Streetwave 12”
11 16 Poison Arrow – ABC – Neutron 12”
12 17 Let’s Start To Dance Again – Hamilton Bohannon – London 12”
13 12 Town Called Malice / Precious – The Jam – Polydor 12”
14 15 Say Hello Wave Goodbye – Soft Cell – Some Bizzare 12”
15 05 Easier Said Than Done – Shakatak – Polydor 12”
16 18 Some Guys Have All The Luck – Robert Palmer – Island 12”
17 13 Watch Out – Brandi Wells – WMOT 12”
18 14 Don’t You Want Me – Human League 100 – Virgin 12”
19 25 Mickey – Toni Basil – Radialchoice
20 30 Klacto Vee Sedstein – Blue Rondo A La Turk – Diable Noir 12”
21 26 I’ve Got To Learn To Say No / She’s Got Papers On Me – Richard ‘Dimples’ Fields – Epic 12”
22 31 See You – Depeche Mode – Mute
23 38 Take My Heart – Kool & The Gang – De-Lite 12”
24 39 Stars On Stevie – Starsound – CBS 12”
25 60 Centrefold – J Geils Band – EMI America
26 28 Genius Of Love (Remix) – Tom Tom Club – Island 12”
27 23 Queen Of The Rapping Scene – Modern Romance – WEA 12”
28 32 Papa’s Got A Brand New Pigbag – Pigbag – Y 12”
29 55 Because You’re Young – Private Lives – Chrysalis 12”
30 57 Cardiac Arrest – Madness – Stiff
31 45 Come And Get Me – Morrissey Mullen – Beggars Banquet 12”
32 20 Maid Of Orleans – Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark – Dindisc 12”
33 34 It’s Not My Real Name – Landscape – RCA 12”
34 27 Don’t Stop – The Mood – RCA 12”
35 — Shine On – George Duke – Epic 12”
36 52 No G.D.M. – Gina X – EMI 12”
37 29 Let’s Groove – Earth Wind & Fire – CBS 12”
38 19 Golden Brown – Stranglers – Liberty
39 72 I Travel / Celebrate – Simple Minds – Arista 12”
40 — Chant No.1 / Paint Me Down (Remixes) – Spandau Ballet – Reformation 12” promo
41 61 House On Fire – Boomtown Rats – Mercury 12”
42 49 Showroom Dummies / Numbers / Pocket Calculator – Kraftwerk – EMI 12”
43 48 Do Or Die / The Thing’s That Dreams Are Made Of – Human League – Virgin LP
44 22 Oh Julie – Shakin’ Stevens – Epic
45 74 We’ll Make It – Mike & Brenda Sutton – SAM 12”
46 21 Being Boiled – Human League – EMI
47 24 Don’t Walk Away – Four Tops – Casablanca 12”
48 — Height Of The Fighting – Heaven 17 – Virgin 12”
49 40 Fungi Mama – Tom Browne – Arista GRP 12”
50 63 Tainted Love – Soft Cell – Some Bizzare 12”
51 67 Emotional Disguise – Peter Godwin – Polydor 12”
52 — U Turn Me On – Tomorrow’s Edition – CBS 12”
53 — Good Time Tonight – Kool & The Gang – De-Lite LP
54 58 Hill Street Blues – Mike Post – Elektra 12”
55 46 Senses Working Overtime – XTC – Virgin 12”
56 — This Beat Is Mine – Vicky “D” – SAM 12”
57 — I Won’t Close My Eyes / Folitician – UB40 – DEF 12”
58 50 Fall In Love – Second Image – Polydor 12”
59 — Coffee Club / Instinction – Spandau Ballet – Reformation 12” promo
60 — Tonight I’m Gonna Love You All Over – Four Tops – Casablanca 12”
61 41 Flashback / Burnin’ Up – Imagination – R&B 12”
62 33 European Son – Japan – Hansa 12”
63 — Just An Illusion – Imagination – R&B 12”
64 — Night Birds – Shakatak – Polydor 12” promo
65 43 Arthur’s Theme – Christopher Cross – Warner Bros
66 37 Drowning In Berlin – Mobiles – Rialto
67 47 Don’t Tell Me – Central Line – Mercury 12”
68 35 Dead Ringer For Love – Meat Loaf – Epic
70 56 Rock ‘N’ Roll – Nightclubbing / Being Boiled – Human League – Virgin
71 — It’s Nasty – Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five – Sugarhill 12”
72 59 Wait For Me – Slave – Atlantic 12”
73 — Volare – Explosivo – CBS 12”
74 — Your Honour – Pluto – KR 12”
75 — Sex Dwarf – Soft Cell – Some Bizzare 12”

One thought on “March 13, 1982: no reviews, extended Odds ‘N’ Bods”

  1. Interesting to see Hammy longing for an ‘urban contemporary’ radio station in London.
    We had to wait 7 years until Kiss FM went legal in 1989 for that. No longer living in the London area I don’t know what it or its successors are like these days but when it got its license and for about the first 5 or so years at least it really was that – like a pirate gone legal which was of course what it was – with stuff like 20 minute hard house mixes in the middle of the peak listening afternoon!, rave adverts and all the other specialist stuff like jazz, hiphop and house jungle and hardcore at reasonable early times. And of course Hammy’s long time co dj at Gullivers Graham Gold doing the breakfast show and then the big Friday and Saturday early evening getting-ready-to-go-out-raving banging’ house and early trance shows.

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