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2012-10-18 05:27:51 PM
Well Ravenwood....good on you for following the music choice you have made, and for posting it up. Certainly not my cup of tea.
You really fooled me with the quiet guitar strumming immediately interrupted by the screeching voice and distorted metal guitar.
Very strange combination of music genres, which I don't get.

/old, lawn etc. 

This FarkUs could be very interesting...
 
2012-10-18 06:02:33 PM
Since everyone else is posting their pet projects this is mine. One man metal band inspired by Appalachia. I know, there will only be a few of you who are into the atmospheric black metal but whatever, I'll throw it out there. It's a weird blending of lots of different genres. I'm trying to make enough money off this release for a decent set of drums.
 
2012-10-18 06:05:15 PM

Dumski: Well Ravenwood....good on you for following the music choice you have made, and for posting it up. Certainly not my cup of tea.
You really fooled me with the quiet guitar strumming immediately interrupted by the screeching voice and distorted metal guitar.
Very strange combination of music genres, which I don't get.

/old, lawn etc. 

This FarkUs could be very interesting...


Thanks for checking it out. I get that reaction a lot from this album especially from people who aren't familiar with the genre. The acoustic guitar intro is pleasant enough, then it changes and people are like OMG WTF am I listening to?
 
2012-10-18 06:17:17 PM
Listened to the first track and I like what I hear so far. Will listen to the rest later, when I'm not at work.
 
2012-10-18 06:22:12 PM
I guess I should mention the album has a name your price option so you can download it for free if you want. I would rather people download it and listen versus not have it because they don't want to spend a buck (i've downloaded my fair share of music through the years). However, if you are inclined feel free to donate if you want. All proceeds are invested right back into the project in terms of better updated equipment which I really need at this point. My hardware is pretty dated
 
2012-10-18 06:41:51 PM
Very nice.
 
2012-10-18 07:12:48 PM
You independently the entire album?

/sorry I couldn't help it.
 
2012-10-18 07:59:02 PM
I've bookmarked the page. I've listened to a couple of tracks. Interesting so far.

I see a Johnson City tag on the page... As in TN?
 
2012-10-18 08:27:04 PM

Fark Me To Tears: I've bookmarked the page. I've listened to a couple of tracks. Interesting so far.

I see a Johnson City tag on the page... As in TN?


yep, I'm in TN. Southern Appalachia at it's finest
 
2012-10-18 08:42:29 PM

ModernPrimitive01: Since everyone else is posting their pet projects this is mine. One man metal band inspired by Appalachia. I know, there will only be a few of you who are into the atmospheric black metal but whatever, I'll throw it out there. It's a weird blending of lots of different genres. I'm trying to make enough money off this release for a decent set of drums.


Very much my cup of tea. I'll download tonight/this weekend. Soon. I'm broke like you wouldn't believe, so I may have to free it for myself. But I'll keep you bookmarked and try to support in the future. Also going to show to a buddy of mine who is in a metal act in Monterey CA.
 
2012-10-18 09:01:21 PM

crotchgrabber: ModernPrimitive01: Since everyone else is posting their pet projects this is mine. One man metal band inspired by Appalachia. I know, there will only be a few of you who are into the atmospheric black metal but whatever, I'll throw it out there. It's a weird blending of lots of different genres. I'm trying to make enough money off this release for a decent set of drums.

Very much my cup of tea. I'll download tonight/this weekend. Soon. I'm broke like you wouldn't believe, so I may have to free it for myself. But I'll keep you bookmarked and try to support in the future. Also going to show to a buddy of mine who is in a metal act in Monterey CA.


I appreciate it. People that are into black metal, especially atmospheric bm are so spread out it's hard to get the word out. I figure if I give it away, it will spread by word of mouth. Everyone knows at least one other person that is into metal. I've even put it up on a bunch of blogs to download for free. If I wanted to make money I would play a different kind of music. So by all means give it away to everyone who might be interested
 
2012-10-18 09:13:26 PM

ModernPrimitive01: crotchgrabber: ModernPrimitive01: Since everyone else is posting their pet projects this is mine. One man metal band inspired by Appalachia. I know, there will only be a few of you who are into the atmospheric black metal but whatever, I'll throw it out there. It's a weird blending of lots of different genres. I'm trying to make enough money off this release for a decent set of drums.

Very much my cup of tea. I'll download tonight/this weekend. Soon. I'm broke like you wouldn't believe, so I may have to free it for myself. But I'll keep you bookmarked and try to support in the future. Also going to show to a buddy of mine who is in a metal act in Monterey CA.

I appreciate it. People that are into black metal, especially atmospheric bm are so spread out it's hard to get the word out. I figure if I give it away, it will spread by word of mouth. Everyone knows at least one other person that is into metal. I've even put it up on a bunch of blogs to download for free. If I wanted to make money I would play a different kind of music. So by all means give it away to everyone who might be interested


I have several friends that are into black metal, and I plan on sharing it with them. Also, they're all in the southeast (Atlanta area, mostly), so they may appreciate the Appalachian aspect of it, as well. I did. Very unique.
 
2012-10-18 09:26:41 PM

I want your skull: ModernPrimitive01: crotchgrabber: ModernPrimitive01: Since everyone else is posting their pet projects this is mine. One man metal band inspired by Appalachia. I know, there will only be a few of you who are into the atmospheric black metal but whatever, I'll throw it out there. It's a weird blending of lots of different genres. I'm trying to make enough money off this release for a decent set of drums.

Very much my cup of tea. I'll download tonight/this weekend. Soon. I'm broke like you wouldn't believe, so I may have to free it for myself. But I'll keep you bookmarked and try to support in the future. Also going to show to a buddy of mine who is in a metal act in Monterey CA.

I appreciate it. People that are into black metal, especially atmospheric bm are so spread out it's hard to get the word out. I figure if I give it away, it will spread by word of mouth. Everyone knows at least one other person that is into metal. I've even put it up on a bunch of blogs to download for free. If I wanted to make money I would play a different kind of music. So by all means give it away to everyone who might be interested

I have several friends that are into black metal, and I plan on sharing it with them. Also, they're all in the southeast (Atlanta area, mostly), so they may appreciate the Appalachian aspect of it, as well. I did. Very unique.


thanks. there are a lot of bands doing it in the pacific northwest but only a handful of metal musicians are focusing on Appalachia.
 
2012-10-18 09:31:59 PM
I bookmarked this for listening when I have time to appreciate and enjoy. Congratulations on your project. This is what music is all about. Going to new heights. Stretching the boundaries. Using your imagination. All those dipshiats sucking corporate dic and selling their souls pushing trash under the guise of music should be ashamed of themselves. You can hold your head high. YOu have some of the Frank Zappa in you, bless your heart. I'm very proud of you. You are what being a musician is all about.
 
2012-10-18 09:40:36 PM

ModernPrimitive01: Since everyone else is posting their pet projects this is mine. One man metal band inspired by Appalachia. I know, there will only be a few of you who are into the atmospheric black metal but whatever, I'll throw it out there. It's a weird blending of lots of different genres. I'm trying to make enough money off this release for a decent set of drums.


After a brief listen, it sounds a tad like Agalloch and Empyrium. A bit.

I'll listen more. Thanks for posting!
 
2012-10-18 11:13:40 PM

ModernPrimitive01: Fark Me To Tears: I've bookmarked the page. I've listened to a couple of tracks. Interesting so far.

I see a Johnson City tag on the page... As in TN?

yep, I'm in TN. Southern Appalachia at it's finest


(I've sent you a message offline.)
 
2012-10-18 11:34:27 PM

KrispyKritter: I bookmarked this for listening when I have time to appreciate and enjoy. Congratulations on your project. This is what music is all about. Going to new heights. Stretching the boundaries. Using your imagination. All those dipshiats sucking corporate dic and selling their souls pushing trash under the guise of music should be ashamed of themselves. You can hold your head high. YOu have some of the Frank Zappa in you, bless your heart. I'm very proud of you. You are what being a musician is all about.


Thanks for the kind words.

crypticsatellite: ModernPrimitive01: Since everyone else is posting their pet projects this is mine. One man metal band inspired by Appalachia. I know, there will only be a few of you who are into the atmospheric black metal but whatever, I'll throw it out there. It's a weird blending of lots of different genres. I'm trying to make enough money off this release for a decent set of drums.

After a brief listen, it sounds a tad like Agalloch and Empyrium. A bit.

I'll listen more. Thanks for posting!


One reviewer described it as Appalachia through an Agallochian filter
 
2012-10-18 11:38:45 PM
I also am familiar with Johnson City. Nice place.
Thanks for finding me a new outlet...need to start working on a new album soon.
 
2012-10-19 08:30:31 AM
This..... is truly awful.

I mean, I understand you did this all yourself and its something your passionate about, good on you.

I'd address the sound quality, but almost nowhere did any of the different instrumentation really sync. It sounded like there were 4 dismally bleak songs being played and recorded over one another. Production was obviously low quality as the only thing that sounded good was the acoustic guitar and some of the synth wind intros. The writing, musically was pretty lax, though I give it a pass because its supposed to be atmospheric. The vocals, when you could actually hear them, were pretty bad as well, and I'm not sure that better equipment or production could really save this project.

I'm sorry if that's harsh, but I'm trying to be realistic here. This is cool for the sake of doing something you love and doing it yourself, but this really has no place anywhere in the mainstream market. Hell, I can even really see this becoming very big in an underground metal sense. Keep working at it.
 
2012-10-19 09:46:55 AM

Celerian: This..... is truly awful.

I mean, I understand you did this all yourself and its something your passionate about, good on you.

I'd address the sound quality, but almost nowhere did any of the different instrumentation really sync. It sounded like there were 4 dismally bleak songs being played and recorded over one another. Production was obviously low quality as the only thing that sounded good was the acoustic guitar and some of the synth wind intros. The writing, musically was pretty lax, though I give it a pass because its supposed to be atmospheric. The vocals, when you could actually hear them, were pretty bad as well, and I'm not sure that better equipment or production could really save this project.

I'm sorry if that's harsh, but I'm trying to be realistic here. This is cool for the sake of doing something you love and doing it yourself, but this really has no place anywhere in the mainstream market. Hell, I can even really see this becoming very big in an underground metal sense. Keep working at it.


Synth wind intros? There were no synthesizers on the album. the 4 dismally bleak songs describes it pretty well actually. And it's not meant for the mainstream market. It's meant for a very specific audience that follows atmospheric black metal. It's cool that it's not your thing. Also when I look in your profile I notice you have Nickelback under music you like. I'm pretty sure that disqualifies you from any music threads on Fark

/I'm kidding
//mostly kidding
 
2012-10-19 11:58:25 AM

ModernPrimitive01: Celerian: This..... is truly awful.

I mean, I understand you did this all yourself and its something your passionate about, good on you.

I'd address the sound quality, but almost nowhere did any of the different instrumentation really sync. It sounded like there were 4 dismally bleak songs being played and recorded over one another. Production was obviously low quality as the only thing that sounded good was the acoustic guitar and some of the synth wind intros. The writing, musically was pretty lax, though I give it a pass because its supposed to be atmospheric. The vocals, when you could actually hear them, were pretty bad as well, and I'm not sure that better equipment or production could really save this project.

I'm sorry if that's harsh, but I'm trying to be realistic here. This is cool for the sake of doing something you love and doing it yourself, but this really has no place anywhere in the mainstream market. Hell, I can even really see this becoming very big in an underground metal sense. Keep working at it.

Synth wind intros? There were no synthesizers on the album. the 4 dismally bleak songs describes it pretty well actually. And it's not meant for the mainstream market. It's meant for a very specific audience that follows atmospheric black metal. It's cool that it's not your thing. Also when I look in your profile I notice you have Nickelback under music you like. I'm pretty sure that disqualifies you from any music threads on Fark

/I'm kidding
//mostly kidding


Sorry, I gave it one quick listen and assumed some of the atmospheric parts might have been created with a synth. Its hard to tell. For instance, some of the rain almost sounded like someone recorded the sound the shower running. I was not aware that there was actually an audience for atmospheric black metal. By some of the conversation, it almost seems like people dump it into buckets based on locale? Could you explain this further? What separates the ABM from Appalachia different from the ABM from the Pacific Northwest?

I gave it a listen and tried to provide somewhat constructive criticism from someone who really just honestly didn't like it. I do sincerely wish you the best, though, and if you want to talk shop, I'll be glad to listen to more and provide other feedback. I'm curious, what are you using to master your tracks?

The profile is albums I own. I own "Silver Side Up." It was a decent album, albeit the single got overplayed on the radio, and then they boiled that success down to its formulaic elements and repeated it ad nauseum. Tastes change. But that album is still ok. Farkers won't admit this, but there are WORSE bands than Nickleback, and I'm sure some Farkers own albums from those bands and even like them. I leave it on there as troll bait, because I know that if I have a dissenting opinion about someone's musical project, they'll whip out the Nickleback card like they've been blessed with the brains of God for pointing out that I like Nickleback and how could I possibly know anything. If I didn't find humor in the fact that people try and negate my opinions based on owning a Nickleback album instead of actually having a discussion about the comments I've made, I would have taken it out and then that other half of your response could have been more about sound quality, production, writing, or recording instead of 'Hurr durr, you like Nickleback, you must be the dumbz.'

What I don't say on there is that I also have tinkered with my own music, I also listen to music religiously, and have several friends who are fellow musicians and talk about this stuff with them a lot, so anything I said that may have upset you, I do apologize for, but I am honestly trying to help you refine and make it better. Just because it isn't my 'thing' doesn't mean I don't care that it matters to you.

You would think someone who likes several different metal bands (Arch Enemy, GWAR, Mudvayne, Chimaira to list some favorites) and several atmospheric bands (27, Terminal Sound System, Son-Dha, Troum, and VidnaObmana, ect) might be into this a little more, but it still felt very raw and undercooked.
 
2012-10-19 12:10:31 PM
I enjoyed the atmospheric stuff. You've got some definite talent. The harder edged stuff, while not my cup of tea, was definitely worth the listen as well. Did I hear a little Morrissey influence in the rougher vocals?
 
2012-10-19 12:49:28 PM

Celerian: ModernPrimitive01: Celerian:

Sorry, I gave it one quick listen and assumed some of the atmospheric parts might have been created with a synth. Its hard to tell. For instance, some of the rain almost sounded like someone recorded the sound the shower running. I was not aware that there was actually an audience for atmospheric black metal. By some of the conversation, it almost seems like people dump it into buckets based on locale? Could you explain this further? What separates the ABM from Appalachia different from the ABM from the Pacific Northwest?

I gave it a listen and tried to provide somewhat constructive criticism from someone who really just honestly didn't like it. I do sincerely wish you the best, though, and if you want to talk shop, I'll be glad to listen to more and provide other feedback. I'm curious, what are you using to master your tracks?

You would think someone who likes several different metal bands (Arch Enemy, GWAR, Mudvayne, Chimaira to list some favorites) and several atmospheric bands (27, Terminal Sound System, Son-Dha, Troum, and VidnaObmana, ect) might be into this a little more, but it still felt very raw and undercooked.


A quick and dirty explanation of bm: it came out of the Northern European countries in the last 80s. In the early 90s is really grew especially in Norway. It's basically a reaction to commercialized metal bands that were being manufactured and marketed only to sell albums. The early BM music is purposely low quality because it was meant to be anti-consumerism. It sounds really raw, and is hard to really enjoy initially. There is/was also a definite anti-Christian mentality to the scene especially in Norway (several BM musicians were jailed for violent crimes). Most current bm musicians have distanced themselves from the violence but still retain the imagery. The euro BM scene is focused on Christianity and consumerism and how it destroyed a lot of their native culture. The United States Black Metal (USBM) is kind of the sad little brother. It's looked down on because we didn't come up with it first and were really inspired by the Norway scene.

Cascadian BM out of the northwest came out first and is really focused on ecological issues and nature. Appalachian BM is just starting up and hopefully catches on. The few bands that are doing it are focused on the nature of the region as well as telling the stories of the people. There is also a tradition of one man bands doing everything themselves. Atmospheric black metal is a more slowed down depressed version of BM. There is a lot more to it than that but it's a lot to type. It's a hard genre to really get into because it takes a long time for your ears to adjust. I recommend listening to Panopticon. It's done by a guy in eastern Kentucky and in my opinion he is the most talented out of all of us that are doing this.

Link

/sorry to give you a hard time about Nickelback, I admit to liking this first album
//It's hard to hear criticism sometimes. I spend hundreds of hours working on these releases so to hear negative feedback is kind of like someone calling your baby ugly.
///I know he's ugly, but I love him anyway
 
2012-10-19 12:55:47 PM
Also the rain on the album was recorded by me standing on my porch in the middle of a thunderstorm with a microphone. Not smart, but it got the job done.

I'm beginning to work on a new album which is focused on the different stages of grief. I need someone to record themselves audibly crying for about 30 seconds. I'm not a crier and it's not something you can fake. If any Farkers are interested in recording themselves crying and having it on an album let me know.
 
2012-10-19 01:00:17 PM

ModernPrimitive01: Celerian: ModernPrimitive01: Celerian:

Sorry, I gave it one quick listen and assumed some of the atmospheric parts might have been created with a synth. Its hard to tell. For instance, some of the rain almost sounded like someone recorded the sound the shower running. I was not aware that there was actually an audience for atmospheric black metal. By some of the conversation, it almost seems like people dump it into buckets based on locale? Could you explain this further? What separates the ABM from Appalachia different from the ABM from the Pacific Northwest?

I gave it a listen and tried to provide somewhat constructive criticism from someone who really just honestly didn't like it. I do sincerely wish you the best, though, and if you want to talk shop, I'll be glad to listen to more and provide other feedback. I'm curious, what are you using to master your tracks?

You would think someone who likes several different metal bands (Arch Enemy, GWAR, Mudvayne, Chimaira to list some favorites) and several atmospheric bands (27, Terminal Sound System, Son-Dha, Troum, and VidnaObmana, ect) might be into this a little more, but it still felt very raw and undercooked.

A quick and dirty explanation of bm: it came out of the Northern European countries in the last 80s. In the early 90s is really grew especially in Norway. It's basically a reaction to commercialized metal bands that were being manufactured and marketed only to sell albums. The early BM music is purposely low quality because it was meant to be anti-consumerism. It sounds really raw, and is hard to really enjoy initially. There is/was also a definite anti-Christian mentality to the scene especially in Norway (several BM musicians were jailed for violent crimes). Most current bm musicians have distanced themselves from the violence but still retain the imagery. The euro BM scene is focused on Christianity and consumerism and how it destroyed a lot of their native culture. The United States Black Metal (USBM) ...


Thanks for the history, that was fairly insightful. I never really got into the history of BM because we have a passing affair and most of the stuff that I like tends to be a little more of the symphonic (?) side I guess. Arch Enemy is my favorite metal band, and usually that gets me some jeers, but not as much as the utter outrage you get if you call something like Slipknot or Mudvayne metal. Its like they don't even want to acknowledge "Nu-Metal" as even a relative.

I will check out the guy from Kentucky.

/I've actually never heard anything from Nickleback's first two, "Curb" or "The State"

//Agree with you there. The project that I was working on with a friend was piano oriented industrial. Not really sure where we were going, neither of us studied music we were just musically inclined guys playing around with some music software and a piano. Came up with a few demo tracks, but nothing fully fleshed out. We got a lot of praise from friends, but I think we were more harsh on ourselves, and we didn't get much outside response. Then I fell in love and moved away and the project stalled. We talked about bringing it back, but nothing has moved yet.
 
2012-10-19 01:05:08 PM

ModernPrimitive01: Also the rain on the album was recorded by me standing on my porch in the middle of a thunderstorm with a microphone. Not smart, but it got the job done.

I'm beginning to work on a new album which is focused on the different stages of grief. I need someone to record themselves audibly crying for about 30 seconds. I'm not a crier and it's not something you can fake. If any Farkers are interested in recording themselves crying and having it on an album let me know.


You might try looking for some stock sounds or using samples from television/movies.

I wasn't aware that BM is supposed to be low on production values (maybe I should cut Cradle of Filth some slack? Nah.) so if you need to muddy it up, you can do that. Hell, the awesome thing about working with computers for editing your sound is that you can have them make sounds as pristine as you want, but also have them make it sound as bad as you need them too. But if you can't get someone to record themselves actually cry, I would start looking around for sound banks.
 
2012-10-19 01:12:06 PM

Celerian: ModernPrimitive01: Celerian: ModernPrimitive01: Celerian: ...


I was a big Slipknot fan when MFKR came out. I really liked their first 2 albums as well. The last two, I bought but don't regularly listen to. The first Mudvayne album was amazing. there are some bass lines on there that rock. I still play Deathblooms sometimes to warm up before recording. I've been a metal fan all my life but as I get older I've moved toward atmospheric music and black metal. There is an edge to it that isn't there with a lot of other music. Going to a BM show, there is a real sense of danger, that anything could happen. It's pushing the limits. After being a long time fan, I finally saw Slipknot when they were touring for All Hope is Gone. Everyone hears stories about them beating each other up on stage and lighting each other on fire. While the show was really good, what I saw was a carefully choreographed concert that gave people the impression of danger. It was like a well oiled machine, still incredibly exciting, but not quite as exciting for me as when I saw Watain earlier this year when the lead singer came out covered in blood, lit two home made torches, and made me believe for an hour that I was seeing some unearthly demons play ear piercing music. I guess it's just where I'm at in life, but black metal speaks to me in a way other music doesn't
 
2012-10-19 01:16:25 PM

Celerian: ModernPrimitive01: Also the rain on the album was recorded by me standing on my porch in the middle of a thunderstorm with a microphone. Not smart, but it got the job done.

I'm beginning to work on a new album which is focused on the different stages of grief. I need someone to record themselves audibly crying for about 30 seconds. I'm not a crier and it's not something you can fake. If any Farkers are interested in recording themselves crying and having it on an album let me know.

You might try looking for some stock sounds or using samples from television/movies.

I wasn't aware that BM is supposed to be low on production values (maybe I should cut Cradle of Filth some slack? Nah.) so if you need to muddy it up, you can do that. Hell, the awesome thing about working with computers for editing your sound is that you can have them make sounds as pristine as you want, but also have them make it sound as bad as you need them too. But if you can't get someone to record themselves actually cry, I would start looking around for sound banks.


I've used sound banks before, but I prefer to make it more personal if I can. I was initially turned off to the early BM stuff at first because the production values were so low. They would literally use the worst equipment they could find (Darkthrone used an old pair of helicopter earphones as a mic for a long time) and record it using a single mic. Some people still prefer that, but to me it ruins a lot of the old stuff because you literally can't hear it. I try to find a happy medium between low production values and clarity but I still get a lot of hate mail from European fans telling me it isn't raw and brutal enough
 
2012-10-19 01:28:56 PM

ModernPrimitive01: Celerian: ModernPrimitive01: Celerian: ModernPrimitive01: Celerian: ...

I was a big Slipknot fan when MFKR came out. I really liked their first 2 albums as well. The last two, I bought but don't regularly listen to. The first Mudvayne album was amazing. there are some bass lines on there that rock. I still play Deathblooms sometimes to warm up before recording. I've been a metal fan all my life but as I get older I've moved toward atmospheric music and black metal. There is an edge to it that isn't there with a lot of other music. Going to a BM show, there is a real sense of danger, that anything could happen. It's pushing the limits. After being a long time fan, I finally saw Slipknot when they were touring for All Hope is Gone. Everyone hears stories about them beating each other up on stage and lighting each other on fire. While the show was really good, what I saw was a carefully choreographed concert that gave people the impression of danger. It was like a well oiled machine, still incredibly exciting, but not quite as exciting for me as when I saw Watain earlier this year when the lead singer came out covered in blood, lit two home made torches, and made me believe for an hour that I was seeing some unearthly demons play ear piercing music. I guess it's just where I'm at in life, but black metal speaks to me in a way other music doesn't


I saw Slipknot back during Iowa, and even then there are some parts that are part of the show. I think as they've aged they started to get a little safer, but there still is an element of the unknown, because a lot of what they did wasn't safe. They could have easily fallen from risers or been crushed.

Kinda like how I've seen video footage of NIN where Trent drops kicks band members or throws microphone stands and cuts open his drummer head. When I finally got to see them in 2005, the show was a lot less visceral (at least on the stage, the music was still great and being in the pit was a fight to stay on your feet and alive).

I got a rush going to local metal concerts where fights and mosh pits would break out, and if you weren't paying attention, you could easily get dragged into it, or thrown into the middle of the small circle that the band was playing in.

You might like some of the artsy industrial stuff like Das Ich. Its not a dangerous show by any means, but the music and vocals, as well as the look of the band members are definitely meant to provoke emotions.
 
2012-10-20 11:21:25 PM
Pretty good and different,. Here is mine, a Halloween CD. Just released it at the beginning of the season.


http://www.nightmarepark.com/Music%20CDs.html
 
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