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(YouTube) Video SHMHC goes back to 1968 in honor of what would have been Iron Butterfly bassist Lee Dorman's 71st birthday. Here's the full performance of In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida   (youtube.com) divider line 52
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2013-09-15 05:02:37 PM
i.imgur.com
 
2013-09-15 05:12:29 PM
That video was pure crap, prefer the original video better.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UIVe-rZBcm4
 
2013-09-15 05:26:19 PM

ReapTheChaos: That video was pure crap, prefer the original video better.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UIVe-rZBcm4


^This

And thanks.
 
2013-09-15 05:27:38 PM
People without talent should really leave things alone.  This mess is proof of that.
 
2013-09-15 05:55:03 PM
i.imgur.com
 
2013-09-15 05:59:29 PM
Now... here's something of relevence...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qPVyAppia4
 
2013-09-15 06:35:54 PM
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Leader O'Cola: Now... here's something of relevence...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qPVyAppia4


This thread is about an early influence on heavy metal not bands that no has ever heard of (less than 2150 views of video posted more than 3 years ago) so please explain how the dreck you posted would be relevant.
 
2013-09-15 07:03:13 PM

geo9270: iLeader O'Cola: Now... here's something of relevence...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qPVyAppia4

This thread is about an early influence on heavy metal not bands that no has ever heard of (less than 2150 views of video posted more than 3 years ago) so please explain how the dreck you posted would be relevant.


let's see.  umm.  thread is about metal music, not what influenced it.

I linked to something that is actually metal.  Submittard didn't,

Further, if you are arguing popularity determines value, I would direct you to "Wrecking Ball" which has what... 100M views in 1 week?

Go FFY.
 
2013-09-15 07:36:45 PM
Dorman was also in the vastly underrated Captain Beyond.
 
2013-09-15 08:14:46 PM

Leader O'Cola: geo9270: iLeader O'Cola: Now... here's something of relevence...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qPVyAppia4

This thread is about an early influence on heavy metal not bands that no has ever heard of (less than 2150 views of video posted more than 3 years ago) so please explain how the dreck you posted would be relevant.

let's see.  umm.  thread is about metal music, not what influenced it.

I linked to something that is actually metal.  Submittard didn't,

Further, if you are arguing popularity determines value, I would direct you to "Wrecking Ball" which has what... 100M views in 1 week?

Go FFY.


No this thread is about Iron Butterfly, says so right in the heading. RIF. GSOAC. FYAYSTIM.
 
2013-09-15 08:22:54 PM
So you're saying you dont know what shmhc means....Got it.
 
2013-09-15 08:29:33 PM

geo9270: Leader O'Cola: geo9270: iLeader O'Cola: Now... here's something of relevence...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qPVyAppia4

This thread is about an early influence on heavy metal not bands that no has ever heard of (less than 2150 views of video posted more than 3 years ago) so please explain how the dreck you posted would be relevant.

let's see.  umm.  thread is about metal music, not what influenced it.

I linked to something that is actually metal.  Submittard didn't,

Further, if you are arguing popularity determines value, I would direct you to "Wrecking Ball" which has what... 100M views in 1 week?

Go FFY.

No this thread is about Iron Butterfly, says so right in the heading. RIF. GSOAC. FYAYSTIM.


Let it go, its Leader O'Cola you are arguing with, the original death metal asshole. He thinks everything but his precious unheard of death bands are "weaksauce" and will be back to tell you about some obscure death metal noise band shortly.
 
2013-09-15 08:39:10 PM

Leader O'Cola: So you're saying you dont know what shmhc means....Got it.


No I'm saying you're a pompous cocktard who suffers under the delusion that you're the arbiter of what is or isn't metal.
 
2013-09-15 08:41:13 PM
meh I've heard this song done better

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-2FvK54LWCg

Leader O'Cola: Now... here's something of relevence...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qPVyAppia4


love that album.
 
2013-09-15 08:41:43 PM

Pants full of macaroni!!: Dorman was also in the vastly underrated Captain Beyond.


Loved both bands!
 
2013-09-15 08:42:36 PM

84Charlie: geo9270: Leader O'Cola: geo9270: iLeader O'Cola: Now... here's something of relevence...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qPVyAppia4

This thread is about an early influence on heavy metal not bands that no has ever heard of (less than 2150 views of video posted more than 3 years ago) so please explain how the dreck you posted would be relevant.

let's see.  umm.  thread is about metal music, not what influenced it.

I linked to something that is actually metal.  Submittard didn't,

Further, if you are arguing popularity determines value, I would direct you to "Wrecking Ball" which has what... 100M views in 1 week?

Go FFY.

No this thread is about Iron Butterfly, says so right in the heading. RIF. GSOAC. FYAYSTIM.

Let it go, its Leader O'Cola you are arguing with, the original death metal asshole. He thinks everything but his precious unheard of death bands are "weaksauce" and will be back to tell you about some obscure death metal noise band shortly.


quite idiotic given the link I have above

Lmao at your failed genetic existence.
 
2013-09-15 08:44:03 PM

84Charlie: geo9270: Leader O'Cola: geo9270: iLeader O'Cola: Now... here's something of relevence...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qPVyAppia4

This thread is about an early influence on heavy metal not bands that no has ever heard of (less than 2150 views of video posted more than 3 years ago) so please explain how the dreck you posted would be relevant.

let's see.  umm.  thread is about metal music, not what influenced it.

I linked to something that is actually metal.  Submittard didn't,

Further, if you are arguing popularity determines value, I would direct you to "Wrecking Ball" which has what... 100M views in 1 week?

Go FFY.

No this thread is about Iron Butterfly, says so right in the heading. RIF. GSOAC. FYAYSTIM.

Let it go, its Leader O'Cola you are arguing with, the original death metal asshole. He thinks everything but his precious unheard of death bands are "weaksauce" and will be back to tell you about some obscure death metal noise band shortly.


I know who he is and I generally ignore his douchebaggery but every now and then I like to piss in his cornflakes.
 
2013-09-15 08:44:28 PM

geo9270: Leader O'Cola: So you're saying you dont know what shmhc means....Got it.

No I'm saying you're a pompous cocktard who suffers under the delusion that you're the arbiter of what is or isn't metal.


so you'd willingly endorse and patronize
A grocery store that puts ground beef in the bread aisle?
 
2013-09-15 08:46:45 PM
only one rec this week -

Demonomancy - Demonomantic Spiritual Dimension (don't expect human sounding vocals, though they may be considered clean for an inhuman monster)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S1mwVwVKUnw
 
2013-09-15 08:53:21 PM
For some reason when I think of In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida I think more of drums than the bass line.
 
2013-09-15 09:00:32 PM

geo9270: Leader O'Cola: geo9270: iLeader O'Cola: Now... here's something of relevence...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qPVyAppia4

This thread is about an early influence on heavy metal not bands that no has ever heard of (less than 2150 views of video posted more than 3 years ago) so please explain how the dreck you posted would be relevant.

let's see.  umm.  thread is about metal music, not what influenced it.

I linked to something that is actually metal.  Submittard didn't,

Further, if you are arguing popularity determines value, I would direct you to "Wrecking Ball" which has what... 100M views in 1 week?

Go FFY.

No this thread is about Iron Butterfly, says so right in the heading. RIF. GSOAC. FYAYSTIM.


I've got Leader O'Cola and HighZoolander favorited with dark grey colors so that I can avoid listening to anything they link while still being amused by the arguments they have with people over what is and isn't metal.

Here's one I've been enjoying lately (old but who gives a shiat?):
Kreator - Hordes of Chaos (with bonus cheezy video)

And if you like the classic metal style (and not the harsh vocals that most people in these threads recommend):
The Sword - Veil of Isis

These guys are probably better described as "industrial" than "metal" but they're friends of a friend and currently on tour:
Element A440 - Porn Star
Band web site
 
2013-09-15 09:17:38 PM

xenovalent: I've got Leader O'Cola and HighZoolander favorited with dark grey colors so that I can avoid listening to anything they link while still being amused by the arguments they have with people over what is and isn't metal.


While I consider that a compliment, I believe there's a cucumber patch that's just been made ready for you.
 
2013-09-15 09:32:51 PM

xenovalent: geo9270: Leader O'Cola: geo9270: iLeader O'Cola: Now... here's something of relevence...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qPVyAppia4

This thread is about an early influence on heavy metal not bands that no has ever heard of (less than 2150 views of video posted more than 3 years ago) so please explain how the dreck you posted would be relevant.

let's see.  umm.  thread is about metal music, not what influenced it.

I linked to something that is actually metal.  Submittard didn't,

Further, if you are arguing popularity determines value, I would direct you to "Wrecking Ball" which has what... 100M views in 1 week?

Go FFY.

No this thread is about Iron Butterfly, says so right in the heading. RIF. GSOAC. FYAYSTIM.

I've got Leader O'Cola and HighZoolander favorited with dark grey colors so that I can avoid listening to anything they link while still being amused by the arguments they have with people over what is and isn't metal.

Here's one I've been enjoying lately (old but who gives a shiat?):
Kreator - Hordes of Chaos (with bonus cheezy video)

And if you like the classic metal style (and not the harsh vocals that most people in these threads recommend):
The Sword - Veil of Isis

These guys are probably better described as "industrial" than "metal" but they're friends of a friend and currently on tour:
Element A440 - Porn Star
Band web site



look, someone read their latest issue of Terrorizer
 
2013-09-15 09:44:06 PM
I'm not certain this thread is about Iron Butterfly any longer. Just wanted to comment that I caught a free show of theirs in a park 25 years ago, and was surprised how much of their material sounded like early Sabbath.
 
2013-09-15 10:09:43 PM

Ooba Tooba: I'm not certain this thread is about Iron Butterfly any longer. Just wanted to comment that I caught a free show of theirs in a park 25 years ago, and was surprised how much of their material sounded like early Sabbath.


The SHMHC usually has recommendations of what's new and good, and often flames into what's metal and not metal, as this one has quite spectacularly.

I guess I'll add fuel to the flames with this one, but I'm going to give you fair warning.  The metal is minimal but it's there occasionally.  You better like prog rock, symphonic rock, rock opera and 70s funk or you won't like this, but if you do like those and the likes of Dream Theater (their new album is SO close) it's a great debut album.
http://circleofillusion.bandcamp.com/
 
2013-09-15 10:14:02 PM
HighZoolander is usually ok in my books. He makes a lot of good suggestions without really being annoying about anyone else's stuff.

Leader O'Cola has a weird fascination with cucumbers and pleasures himself to horrible sounding "metal" albums.

I got to see Iron Maiden live a couple weeks ago in Nashville. Front row. Right in front of one of the speakers. I couldn't hear for a few days after that and it was totally worth it.

ACES HIGH
 
2013-09-15 10:26:26 PM
I hate that this weekly thread that is supposed to be about a particular band or song that is either part of heavy metal history or currently relevant is constantly hijacked.  Gitchyerown thread!

I post my butthurt every week and will continue to do so.
 
2013-09-15 10:36:55 PM

12349876: Ooba Tooba: I'm not certain this thread is about Iron Butterfly any longer. Just wanted to comment that I caught a free show of theirs in a park 25 years ago, and was surprised how much of their material sounded like early Sabbath.

The SHMHC usually has recommendations of what's new and good, and often flames into what's metal and not metal, as this one has quite spectacularly.

I guess I'll add fuel to the flames with this one, but I'm going to give you fair warning.  The metal is minimal but it's there occasionally.  You better like prog rock, symphonic rock, rock opera and 70s funk or you won't like this, but if you do like those and the likes of Dream Theater (their new album is SO close) it's a great debut album.
http://circleofillusion.bandcamp.com/


Thanks! Stuff like this takes me a long time to digest, and get into but I appreciate talent in all aspects of playing, mixing, and recording.
 
2013-09-15 10:37:33 PM

The Googles Do Nothing: I hate that this weekly thread that is supposed to be about a particular band or song that is either part of heavy metal history or currently relevant is constantly hijacked.  Gitchyerown thread!

I post my butthurt every week and will continue to do so.


This thread has always been a venue for tape trading in the digital age, and is about recommending music to other fans. The linked song is rarely relevant except to get the ball rolling.

But you're free to discuss Iron Butterfly all you want, if you'd rather.
 
2013-09-15 10:47:31 PM

HighZoolander: meh I've heard this song done better


Me too.

I haven't heard any good, new metal in a long time. Here's some great, straight up rawknroll. Unabashed Thin Lizzy worship.

Dead Lord - Hank.
 
2013-09-15 11:00:28 PM

Adebisi: HighZoolander: meh I've heard this song done better

Me too.



That is actually pretty good.

I wasn't really serious about the Slayer link (though I swear, I'm super serial about everything else - I know someone who knows someone who knows me, and they tell me they've heard me say that I'm really serious about metal), except that it's Slayer, and they can do no wrong, no wrong at all
 
kab
2013-09-15 11:08:50 PM

The Googles Do Nothing: I hate that this weekly thread that is supposed to be about a particular band or song that is either part of heavy metal history or currently relevant is constantly hijacked.  Gitchyerown thread!

I post my butthurt every week and will continue to do so.


This IS our own thread.

Most times, the recommendations here are more interesting, and much more of a discovery, than what gets greenlit.

No recs this week.  I did see Alcest / Anathema last evening, and while Alcest was good, they also used backing tracks on one or 2 tunes.

Stop that shiat, it has no place outside of pop music.
 
2013-09-15 11:32:54 PM

HighZoolander: Adebisi: HighZoolander: meh I've heard this song done better

Me too.


That is actually pretty good.


Out of all the Japanese doom metal bands who only write songs about serial killers, Church of Misery is easily my favourite.
 
2013-09-15 11:33:42 PM

Adebisi: HighZoolander: meh I've heard this song done better

Me too.

I haven't heard any good, new metal in a long time. Here's some great, straight up rawknroll. Unabashed Thin Lizzy worship.

Dead Lord - Hank.


Gonna have to really look into some Church of Misery. Listened to a little bit of some other stuff and really dig it.

Dead Lord is alright. The music is great, but something about his vocals I just can't listen to.

In their vane, I've been listening to a lot of Ghost and Graveyard lately. Might not be metal, but they're good.
 
2013-09-16 01:53:09 AM

geo9270: Leader O'Cola: geo9270: iLeader O'Cola: Now... here's something of relevence...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qPVyAppia4

This thread is about an early influence on heavy metal not bands that no has ever heard of (less than 2150 views of video posted more than 3 years ago) so please explain how the dreck you posted would be relevant.

let's see.  umm.  thread is about metal music, not what influenced it.

I linked to something that is actually metal.  Submittard didn't,

Further, if you are arguing popularity determines value, I would direct you to "Wrecking Ball" which has what... 100M views in 1 week?

Go FFY.

No this thread is about Iron Butterfly, says so right in the heading. RIF. GSOAC. FYAYSTIM.


You mean

geo9270: Leader O'Cola: geo9270: iLeader O'Cola: Now... here's something of relevence...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qPVyAppia4

This thread is about an early influence on heavy metal not bands that no has ever heard of (less than 2150 views of video posted more than 3 years ago) so please explain how the dreck you posted would be relevant.

let's see.  umm.  thread is about metal music, not what influenced it.

I linked to something that is actually metal.  Submittard didn't,

Further, if you are arguing popularity determines value, I would direct you to "Wrecking Ball" which has what... 100M views in 1 week?

Go FFY.

No this thread is about Iron Butterfly, says so right in the heading. RIF. GSOAC. FYAYSTIM.


You expect him to read? Good luck with that.
 
2013-09-16 03:37:37 AM
This is a bad thread.
 
2013-09-16 09:34:59 AM

HighZoolander: This thread has always been a venue for tape trading in the digital age, and is about recommending music to other fans. The linked song is rarely relevant except to get the ball rolling.

But you're free to discuss Iron Butterfly all you want, if you'd rather.


This thread is the way it is because two or three of you guys sit around and jerk each other off and unmercifully attack anyone with opinions different than you on what "metal" is. You say this thread is about "tape trading" havent you ever noticed that only two or three of you ever actually do any trading? Everyone else is sick of your shiat.
 
2013-09-16 10:51:04 AM

b0rg9: [i.imgur.com image 320x180]


Done in one with no video link!?

The true classic:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b4g-wx2Y_wg
 
2013-09-16 12:00:44 PM

Madbassist1: HighZoolander: This thread has always been a venue for tape trading in the digital age, and is about recommending music to other fans. The linked song is rarely relevant except to get the ball rolling.

But you're free to discuss Iron Butterfly all you want, if you'd rather.

This thread is the way it is because two or three of you guys sit around and jerk each other off and unmercifully attack anyone with opinions different than you on what "metal" is. You say this thread is about "tape trading" havent you ever noticed that only two or three of you ever actually do any trading? Everyone else is sick of your shiat.


I like the term "tape trading." That's what this should be about along with the discussion about the song that was featured. Although, if you don't like the song, that's fine. I'm just tired of certain people attacking everyone else because what they like is "weaksauce" or "not true cvlt metal." People like what they like no matter what you say. Make a suggestion to them, like..."If you like ~insert band~ check out ~insert band~ that influenced their sound."

But, that will never happen. It just turns into someone pooping on the thread about how no one but them knows what real metal is.

I like good stoner rock/metal (Kylesa, High on Fire, CoC, stuff like that) and would like to dig deeper into that world. I need some good suggestions on that. Something either psychedelic or southern fried is always good.

Here's some friends of mine old band:  Bush Hog Suicide (yeah...myspace. It's been a while)
Sadly, they are no longer together.
 
2013-09-16 12:34:53 PM

tailormadebassist: I like good stoner rock/metal (Kylesa, High on Fire, CoC, stuff like that)


Kyuss would be good for you I think, and for fun, Red Fang is awesome.
 
2013-09-16 12:35:35 PM

Madbassist1: HighZoolander: This thread has always been a venue for tape trading in the digital age, and is about recommending music to other fans. The linked song is rarely relevant except to get the ball rolling.

But you're free to discuss Iron Butterfly all you want, if you'd rather.

This thread is the way it is because two or three of you guys sit around and jerk each other off and unmercifully attack anyone with opinions different than you on what "metal" is. You say this thread is about "tape trading" havent you ever noticed that only two or three of you ever actually do any trading? Everyone else is sick of your shiat.


When have I attacked anyone for having a different opinion? Usually I just post things that I enjoyed, and if nobody likes them, fine. If I find something  that I like that somebody else posted, I say so. Sometimes I'll say that I didn't like something, but usually I won't bother. It is pretty sad that more people aren't participating, but should I start posting stuff I don't like to try to make other people happy? That seems much worse to me.
 
2013-09-16 12:50:59 PM

HighZoolander: Madbassist1: HighZoolander: This thread has always been a venue for tape trading in the digital age, and is about recommending music to other fans. The linked song is rarely relevant except to get the ball rolling.

But you're free to discuss Iron Butterfly all you want, if you'd rather.

This thread is the way it is because two or three of you guys sit around and jerk each other off and unmercifully attack anyone with opinions different than you on what "metal" is. You say this thread is about "tape trading" havent you ever noticed that only two or three of you ever actually do any trading? Everyone else is sick of your shiat.

When have I attacked anyone for having a different opinion? Usually I just post things that I enjoyed, and if nobody likes them, fine. If I find something  that I like that somebody else posted, I say so. Sometimes I'll say that I didn't like something, but usually I won't bother. It is pretty sad that more people aren't participating, but should I start posting stuff I don't like to try to make other people happy? That seems much worse to me.


dude, if anything, I should have specifically excluded you from that critique. Apologies.
 
2013-09-16 01:29:34 PM

Madbassist1: tailormadebassist: I like good stoner rock/metal (Kylesa, High on Fire, CoC, stuff like that)

Kyuss would be good for you I think, and for fun, Red Fang is awesome.


I love both those bands. Really love some Red Fang. Just pure fun!

I've gotten into some Black Moth a bit and a friend turned me onto Goatsnake. I saw ASG on Facebook as a promoted page. Usually it's crap bands, but this one actually turned out to be pretty good.
That's kinda what I've been listening to.

I've been turning our guitarist onto a lot of this style of music and it's been influencing his writing a bit, so we've been incorporating it into our music a bit. We're still more mainstream rock, but I like having those influences creep in.  Here's our (Shive) song Dark Angel. Shameless self promotion.

Going to see Clutch in Nov. with The Sword and I'm quite excited for that.
 
2013-09-16 02:42:13 PM

tailormadebassist: Here's our (Shive) song Dark Angel.


That's pretty polished stuff. Your vocalist is good and I like it, even if it is a bit too STPish for me, personally. I don't like the overdubs either, but that's just a personal preference and a minor biatch. Its well put together and sounds sweet. I've thought about posting stuff up here before. You're a brave man.
 
2013-09-16 02:55:04 PM

b0rg9: [i.imgur.com image 320x180]


Fantastic
 
2013-09-16 03:07:30 PM

tailormadebassist: I like good stoner rock/metal (Kylesa, High on Fire, CoC, stuff like that) and would like to dig deeper into that world. I need some good suggestions on that. Something either psychedelic or southern fried is always good.


Truckfighters - Majestic
 
2013-09-16 03:13:34 PM
I take chances. I know the majority of people on here won't like it, but if one person checks it out and gives us a like...and maybe buy it...it's all good!

Yeah, we're pretty big into STP and Alice in Chains. They're pretty obvious influences. We have some southern swamp rock stuff. Deftones inspired stuff. We're really experimenting in our sound at the moment. The producer for our e.p. (Get it on iTunes or Amazon!) was Ben Wells from Black Stone Cherry. He really helped us polish it up a bit but I like the fact it still retains a bit of grit in the guitars.
 
2013-09-16 03:18:35 PM

sprawl15: tailormadebassist: I like good stoner rock/metal (Kylesa, High on Fire, CoC, stuff like that) and would like to dig deeper into that world. I need some good suggestions on that. Something either psychedelic or southern fried is always good.

Truckfighters - Majestic


I read about them in Metal Hammer and checked 'em out on Spotify and really enjoy them as some great just chilling style music. Great stuff!

Spotify's REC's system has helped me out considerably when it comes to finding new artists.
 
2013-09-16 03:32:28 PM

tailormadebassist: I read about them in Metal Hammer and checked 'em out on Spotify and really enjoy them as some great just chilling style music. Great stuff!


I've been into more of the post-rockish stuff lately (like Toundra - Zanzibar), and I'm drawing a blank on more desert rock music.

Kind of out of left field, but Polkadot Cadaver's latest album Last Call in Jonestown was pretty fantastic and they had Neil Fallon on for a track (Transistors of Mercy).
 
2013-09-16 03:48:18 PM

tailormadebassist: Madbassist1: HighZoolander: This thread has always been a venue for tape trading in the digital age, and is about recommending music to other fans. The linked song is rarely relevant except to get the ball rolling.

But you're free to discuss Iron Butterfly all you want, if you'd rather.

This thread is the way it is because two or three of you guys sit around and jerk each other off and unmercifully attack anyone with opinions different than you on what "metal" is. You say this thread is about "tape trading" havent you ever noticed that only two or three of you ever actually do any trading? Everyone else is sick of your shiat.

I like the term "tape trading." That's what this should be about along with the discussion about the song that was featured. Although, if you don't like the song, that's fine. I'm just tired of certain people attacking everyone else because what they like is "weaksauce" or "not true cvlt metal." People like what they like no matter what you say. Make a suggestion to them, like..."If you like ~insert band~ check out ~insert band~ that influenced their sound."

But, that will never happen. It just turns into someone pooping on the thread about how no one but them knows what real metal is.

I like good stoner rock/metal (Kylesa, High on Fire, CoC, stuff like that) and would like to dig deeper into that world. I need some good suggestions on that. Something either psychedelic or southern fried is always good.

Here's some friends of mine old band:  Bush Hog Suicide (yeah...myspace. It's been a while)
Sadly, they are no longer together.




Whatever, Stalin.

True heavy metal must have blues, anyway.
 
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