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Motorhead - The World Is Yours (2010)

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added: 2010-11-27
10:55:49

Performer: Motorhead

Genre: Metal

Release date: 2010

Audio codec: 246kbps avg

Ripper: 404

Description

 

   The Wörld is Yours is the twentieth studio album by the British heavy metal band Motörhead, which is due for release in December 2010. The name of this album was confirmed in a July 2010 interview with drummer Mikkey Dee. On November 3, 2010, Future PLC, a UK media company, announced that Motörhead are to release The Wörld is Yours via an exclusive publishing deal with Classic Rock magazine on December 14. The standard CD release of The Wörld is Yours will go on sale on January 17, 2011, through Motörhead's own label, Motörhead Music, distributed via EMI Label Services. en.wikipedia.org

Tracklist

 

01. Born To Lose                     4:01
02. I Know How To Die                3:19
03. Get Back In Line                 3:35
04. Devils In My Hand                4:21
05. Rock N Roll Music                4:25
06. Waiting For The Snake            3:41
07. Brotherhood Of Man               5:15
08. Outlaw                           3:30
09. I Know What You Need             2:58
10. Bye Bye Bitch Bye Bye            4:04

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Total filesize: 69.46 MB


VA - House Beat Vol. 13 (2010)

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added: 2010-11-26
15:02:20

Performer: VA

Genre: House

Release date: 2010

Audio codec: VBRkbps / 44.1kHz / Joint-Stereo

Ripper: JDI

Tracklist

01. Tiesto - Lethal Industry
02. Swedish House Mafia - One
03. Medina - You And I
04. Southside Spinners - Luvstruck 2010 (Filthy Rich Rmx)
05. Laidback Luke - Till Tonight (Ferry Corsten Rmx)
06. Deamau5 And Chris Lake - I Sai (Michael Woods Rmx)
07. Dumb Dan - Lights Are Low (Juha Nikumaa Rmx)
08. Compuphonic And Kolombo - Antimatter
09. Tony Tweaker & Sebastien Joue - Its Sounds Like Pjanooo
10. Houze Bandits - Its Time To Party (Thomas You Rmx)
11. Tim Berg - Bromance (The Love You Seek) (Aviciis Extended Vocal Mix)
12. Jonas Steur And Leon Boiler - The Night Is Young
13. Pryda - Miami To Atlanta
14. G & G - One Vision (Ian Carey Rmx)
15. Fio - Like An Angel (Niels Van Gogh & Dave Ramone Rmx)
16. Rico Bernasconi Vs Ace Of Base - Cruel Summer
17. Dor Pesch - Metal Tango (Fast Foot Rmx)
18. Avicii And Sebastien Drums - My Feelings For You
19. Marc Van Linden Feat. Steve Murano - I Like It
20. DK & TJC - Maybe You Can Get My Beat (The Mobb Rmx)
21. Gabriella Cilmi - On A Mission (Wideboys Rmx)
22. Max Mafia - Suavemente
23. Funky Chicos - Touch Me (Paramond Rmx)
24. Kalwi & Remi - Kiss (Club Mix)
25. Lady Gaga - Alejandro (Dave Aude Rmx)
26. Anatoly Kontsevich - Wanna (Alex Astero Evan Sax Club Mix)
27. Who Da Funk - Shiny Disco Balls (OFFBeat & Ryan Stent Rmx)
28. Dream Dance Alliance - Fly Away (Aboutblank And Klc Rmx)
29. Da Hool - Bora Bora 2010
30. Ayla - Ayla 2010 (Jay Frog Rmx)
31. ATB - 9 Pm (Till I Come)(Dj Ivan Flash Club Rmx)
32. Medina - Lonely

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Total filesize: 109.59 MB


Joe Satriani - Black Swans and Wormhole Wizards (2010)

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added: 2010-10-06
17:45:00

Performer: Joe Satriani

Genre: Rock, Huitar Virtuoso

Release date: 2010

Audio codec: MP3 VBR JS

Ripper: OHM

Description

    Sound: When it comes to execution, it’s hard to find fault in a guitarist like Joe Satriani. Whether garnering Grammy nominations or earning accolades from his Chickenfoot bandmates (who, by the way, say he beats out Eddie Van Halen in terms of all-around playing ability), Satriani has solidified his stronghold as a guitar god. For his latest record Black Swans and Wormhole Wizards, the musician has indicated that he wrote songs that his “audience probably might not expect” – and those tracks caught him off guard as well. It’s not necessarily that the 11 new songs are completely out of left field stylistically, but they do indicate that Satriani has been drawing from a variety of world influences other than your typical rock format.
   Out of the 11 tracks, the opener “Premonition” could be considered your most standard Satriani fare. Driven by a mellower rock tempo, the phrasing of each section is tastefully done without excess showiness. While a solid track on the whole, “Premonition” becomes even a bit more engaging with the introduction of an engaging, groove-oriented lick (and more frantic soloing) enters into the equation about halfway through. “Light Years Away” begins with a calm, unassuming ambient synth sound, but Satriani quickly enters with a good dose of gain-fueled rock riffage. That particular song does take a few breathers in terms of the energy level, but it’s nothing in comparison to “Solitude.” A quiet, almost chillingly subtle piano line constitutes the foundation of the instrumental one-minute track and makes for an uncharacteristic guitar-less interlude.

   “Littleworth Lane” was inspired by the passing of Satriani’s mother Katherine, who resided on a street of the same name in Sea Cliff, New York. A down-tempo, pristine blues track inspired by Katherine’s love of a variety of musical styles, it is beautifully played and is a tasteful tribute. In the latter few songs of the album is when Satriani truly thinks outside of the box. “The Golden Room” is characterized by a striking rhythm and Middle Eastern influences, but the big payoff comes through Satriani mixing in a metal sound within that same track. “Wormhole Wizards” builds upon a quiet intro and delivers one of the most memorable guitar lines on the entire album. There is a section within “Wormhole Wizards” that veers off to a classical tangent, but Satriani doesn’t abuse this aspect and lets his soloing to take the spotlight for the remaining portion of the track. // 8

Lyrics and Singing: N/A // 8
   Impression: Instrumental albums can be hit or miss, but with Satriani you can at the very least know that you’re receiving some of the finest feats of execution within the guitar world. Black Swans And Wormhole Wizards is certainly satisfying in that regard, but Satriani never strays too far from his typical sound. The rock and/or metal moments don’t necessarily taken precedence on Black Swans and Wormhole Wizards, with mellow, sleek compositions representing a good chunk. Dramatic musical choices are kept to a minimum, which may leave some listeners eager for something a bit more edgy or dangerous. Even so, Satriani continues to impress with his playing skills and that is probably what will be the biggest draw for his fans in the end. // 8 ultimate-guitar.com

Tracklist

01. Premonition [3:52]
02. Dream Song [4:48]
03. Pyrrhic Victoria [5:08]
04. Light Years Away [6:11]
05. Solitude [0:57]
06. Littleworth Lane [3:46]
07. The Golden Room [5:19]
08. Two Sides To Every Story [4:10]
09. Wormhole Wizards [6:27]
10. Wind In The Trees [7:42]
11. God Is Crying [4:52]

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Total filesize: 80.04 MB


Stratovarius - Infinite (2010) *Limited Edition*

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added: 2010-10-03
12:19:40

Performer: Stratovarius

Genre: Progressive Metal

Release date: 2010

Audio codec: MP3 320kbps JS

Ripper: Pendejo.Metaliko

Description

   It is albums like Infinite that remind us that not all Power Metal has to sound the same. Just becuase this album doesn't have a bunch of super-fast Speed Metal-esque songs doesn't mean that it's not worth the time to listen to it. Stratovarius has taken their sound in a different direction in this album, favoring the more epic-style sound of Destiny and Anthem of the World over the faster sounds of No Turning Back or Against the Wind. The first song, Hunting High & Low, has become a Stratovarius classic, with a speed comparable to Black Diamond or Cold Winter Nights. The rest of the album is a combination of slower, powerful Epic Metal combined with some very memorable ballads, with one exception. Track 4, Phoenix, has entered into the realm of legeng as being one of the most ass-kicking songs ever produced by a Stratovarius band. It has the speed and power that most of the fans (and critics) have come to expect from Stratovarius. Most of the rest of the album is slower and more epic, including the powerful title track with a quasi-operatic chorus line. Keeping with the pattern of these reviews, I am proud to induct three new songs into the Stratovarius Hall of Classics: Hunting High & Low, the ridiculously catchy song even inanimate objects will start singing along to; Millenium, a highly underrated Speed Metal masterpiece with a very catchy riffset and an awe-inspiring chorus; and Phoenix, which has the obligatory can't-fuck-it-up opening riff and just kicks ass and takes names from beginning to end. There is no reason to dismiss this album just because it has a different sound from what people have come to expect. I strongly recommend listening to this album yourself before passing judgement on it, since you might just appreciate the fact that this album emphasizes the steady, slower tempos of epic masterpieces over the one-dimensional, monotonous sound of your standard thrash album. It's most certainly worth your money. Get it and keep going. metal-archives.com

Tracklist

CD1:
1. Hunting High and Low [4:08]
2. Millennium [4:07]
3. Mother Gaia [8:20]
4. Phoenix [6:13]
5. Glory of the World [4:51]
6. A Million Light Years Away [5:20]
7. Freedom [5:03]
8. Infinity [9:19]
9. Celestial Dream [2:31]
CD2:
1. Why Are We Here [4:41]
2. It's A Mystery [4:05]
3. Neon Light Child [5:09]
4. Hunting High And Low (demo version) [4:19]
5. Millenium (demo version) [4:09]
6. Phoenix (live) [6:34]
7. Infinity (live) [9:17]

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Total filesize: 200.4 MB


Shaman - Origins (2010)

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added: 2010-10-03
12:10:18

Performer: Shaman

Genre: Progressive Metal

Release date: 2010

Audio codec: MP3 256kbps JS

Ripper: Pendejo.Metaliko

Description

   When you look at Shaman's story, it's kind of a miracle the band still exists to put out records. They started as an escape for former Angra frontman Andre Matos and drummer Ricard Confessori, and released a pretty good debut in Ritual, which featured a great mesh of prog and power metal with oodles of catchy licks running up and down the fretboard, and of course Matos' trademark for high pitched, whiny but quality vocals. Sadly, the band followed this up with a less interesting sophomore, Reason, under the added 'a' Shaaman, and then Matos decided he was going to do his thing and leave. His was not the only exodus, so Confessori had to hire a new line-up, including Fernando Quesada and Leo Mancini of fellow Brazilian band Wizards, and new vocalist Thiago Bianchi of Karma. This line-up released Immortal, which was not very good at all, a low point for the band.

 

   It would have been easy to just abandon this project at that point, since the band might have felt awkward and the fans might have felt the last of the magic, but no! Confessori and his crew have gone back to the studio, spent a few years writing, and arrived with the 4th full-length Origins, which is truthfully the best thing they've done since the debut. In fact, it features most of the qualities I appreciate about Ritual, with an even thicker tone, and seeing that Confessori is now back with Angra, I think it's truly admirable that he hasn't given up on this band. You don't see that level of dedication every day, especially coupled with a kick ass compensation for a rather forgettable effort. By kick ass, I mean this record is almost at the level of the incomparable Angra in its songwriting, and it weaves a unique conceptual tale of a Siberian boy, the travails of his tribe, and his eventual evolution into a spiritual icon for his people.

 

   Bianchi's vocals might honestly be a turn-off for some, and I do feel that he's toned down a little much in the mix, but he remains comparable in style to Andre Matos and the newer Angra vocalist Eduardo Falaschi. If you appreciate them, then there's no reason Bianchi will not suffice as the torch is passed on down the line. He's somewhat shrieky and wavering, and every now and then he grates slightly on the nerve, but even he shines here in places. When I say 'even he', that's because the rest of the band kick total fucking tail throughout this entire album. The mix of choppy, grooving rhythms and anthemic eruptions is sure to sate the listeners expectations, and Mancini has transformed into this riffing god. This band has always had strong keyboards, but they're also dialed up for this, perfectly complementing the driving rhythms and often escalating into impressive atmospheres of their own.

 

   The tribal percussion and ambiance of "Origins (The Day I Died)" intro transform into the storming epic "Lethal Awakening", where flights of fanciful and complex guitar licks are graced by a series of explosive leads, soon joined by hyper keyboards and Bianchi's ghostlike crooning. The breakdown with the mystical guitar solo and proggish, jamming synthesizer is also a highlight here, and immediately the listener is pumped for this record. This is how you start an album, folks. "Inferno Veil" follows with a great intro, drums thundering into this heavy as balls guitar segment. This is basically a Siberian epic fucking thrasher, with carefully measured levels of tension and bombastic power metal verses. My ears felt like they wanted to tear off of my fat head and forever dwell within Shaman's unraveling myth-history.

 

   Next, a period of calm, with the gentle orchestration and wilderness percussion of "Ego Pt. I", with an emotional performance from Bianchi, counter-attacked by the raging "Ego Pt. II", with a dense, shredded rhythm passage and some of the best vocal lines on the entire album. "Finally Home" is a happier, uplifting piece which incorporates a lot of Angra to it, especially from the Fireworks era, and "Rising Up to Life" is a worthy piano power ballad in which Bianchi also gets to stretch his pipes (very similar to Falaschi here). "No Mind" opens with a big groove rhythm, but quickly abandons it for one of the most incredible little melodic speed metal licks the band has done since the debut, while "Blind Messiah" erupts from a titillating acoustic segment to some jamming, mountain walls of prog metal. I also truly love the band's cover of "Kurenai" from X Japan! What an unexpected surprise, and Shaman offer it all the love and power they can muster.

 

   Yes, folks. Immortal represented the ashes of this band's downward trajectory, and Origins represents the phoenix, spitting fire at all the non-believers at is storms skyward from the pit of a shaky career. The composition and performances are extraordinary all around, with the possible exception of Bianchi, who could be mixed in a little better. Still, he's at his best here, and provides little distraction from the amazing guitar work and rhythm section of the band, nor the choppy but brilliant excursions into synthesizer heaven. I can't think of a single track on the album that did not grasp my attention, and this is a work very much worthy of the band in whose shadow Shaman must forever lie. Or maybe not... metal-archives.com

Tracklist

01. Origins (The Day I Died) [0:59]
02. Lethal Awakening [3:38]
03. Inferno Veil [5:20]
04. Ego Pt 1 [2:19]
05. Ego Pt 2 [4:59]
06. Finally Home [5:50]
07. Rising Up To Life [3:36]
08. No Mind [4:09]
09. Blind Messiah [5:40]
10. S.S.D (Signed, Sealed And Delivered) [5:50]
11. Kurenai [4:18]

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Total filesize: 92.42 MB


Vanden Plas - The Seraphic Clockwork (2010)

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added: 2010-10-03
11:47:18

Performer: Vanden Plas

Genre: Progressive Metal

Release date: 2010

Audio codec: MP3 320kbps JS

Ripper: Pendejo.Metaliko

Description

   After a 4 years wait since Vanden Plas’ last album (the extraordinary Christ O), some side projects and a change of discography record company (from Inside Out to Frontiers Records) Vanden Plas has returned with a brand new concept CD called The Seraphic Clockwork. The story, as explained by the band itself (the story was written by Andy Kuntz),  is about a journey from 16th century Rome to sacred land Jerusalem in the year 33 A.D. (obviously a time and space travel); The protagonist, after an apocalyptic vision, has come under the spell of an Old Testament prophecy and must travel back through the centuries to face his God-given destiny. Vanden Plas has perfectly combined their recent achieved theater experience with their consecrated ability on progressive metal. I have talked with some colleagues and looked around on the net for other opinions and almost everybody thinks that this is the best Vanden Plas ever but even if I agree with them for what concerns lyrics’ composition I still believe that as a whole Christ O is a half degree above (meaning that this album is their second best, which is still a good thing since the above mentioned album is a masterpiece in my very humble opinion). Nevertheless, this band is digging deep into progressive and symphonic foundations finding some quite amazing musical arrangements.

 

   For what concerns the tracks my favorite is (doubtless I must add, for its complexity and prog influences) Quicksilver but I shall also mention tracks number 1,3 and 8 (Frequency, Scar of an Angel and On my way to Jerusalem respectively). Besides, bonus track Eleyson is very interesting and I can’t understand the reason it has been left aside (maybe it did not fit into the story).

 

   Concluding I must say that after a long time waiting Vanden Plas has not let us down and actually released a great album, their first on Frontiers Records adventure, either musically and lyrically and, to top this review off, the vote is a 9,0 / 10 for their ability to maintain prog roots and yet insert heavy, power and symphonic arrangements. Great album indeed, highly suggested to prog metal fans. perfectprog.com

Tracklist

1. Frequency [6:15]
2. Holes in the Sky [5:25]
3. Scar of an Angel [7:26]
4. Sound of Blood [6:47]
5. The Final Murder [9:53]
6. Quicksilver [8:54]
7. Rush of Silence [9:22]
8. On My Way to Jerusalem [12:50]
9. Eleyson [Ludus Danielis] (Bonus Track) [5:32]
Bonus Video:
10. Numquid Dari Pars II & III

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Total filesize: 199.29 MB


Kamelot - Poetry for the Poisoned (2010)

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added: 2010-10-02
21:56:09

Performer: Kamelot

Genre: Progressive Metal

Release date: 2010

Audio codec: MP3 320kbps JS

Ripper: Pendejo.Metaliko

Description

   It has taken them about three years, but finally the American outfit Kamelot is able to present the follow-up album to the very successful ‘Ghost Opera’ and I must say that it certainly has been worth the wait. During the last ten years the band has progressed themselves to one of the best bands in the progressive power metal scene and this great album ‘Poetry For the Poisoned’ will only confirm and reinforce that position. The band has spent some time in the remote forests of Norway to work quietly on the new song material and that approach has certainly proven to be the right one, because again a number of mighty fine tracks are to be found on their already ninth studio album. Opening track and first single ‘The Great Pandemonium’ is a very strong track which, after a dark and mysterious beginning, develops itself into a melodic heavy metal track with some modern, almost industrial influences, on which one of the best guitar solos of the whole record is to be heard.

 

   The quality level on the fifty minutes long record is consistently high, but there are a number of songs that are even beyond that level, like the very beautiful ‘House On A Hill’, on which our own Simone Simons (Epica) takes care of the magnificent female vocal parts. Also on ‘Poetry For The Poisoned Part II: So Long’ Simone fulfills a guest spot and it probably is a coincidence but also this track is one of the best of the album in my opinion. Furthermore I truly like the nice and heavy ‘Necropolis’ and the varied ‘The Zodiac’ (on which Jon Oliva is featured as a guest singer), but in the end all songs (beside the for the biggest part spoken intro ‘Dead Editor’) are very worthwhile checking out. Vocalist Roy Kahn is doing a great job, the instrumental interpretation of the great song material is as expected and the transparent production of Sascha Paeth and Miro makes sure that everything is bursting out of your speakers. ‘Poetry For The Poisoned’ is again a very strong album from Kamelot and will without a doubt make their shows in the Benelux being sold out in no time as usual. lordsofmetal.nl

Tracklist

01. The Great Pandemonium [4:22]
02. If Tomorrow Came [3:55]
03. Dear Editor [1:18]
04. The Zodiac [4:00]
05. Hunter's Season [5:33]
06. House On A Hill [4:15]
07. Necropolis [4:17]
08. My Train Of Thoughts [4:07]
09. Seal Of Woven Years [5:11]
10. PT. I Incubus [2:56]
11. PT. II So Long [3:23]
12. PT. III All Is Over [1:03]
13. PT. IV Dissection [1:57]
14. Once Upon A Time [3:46]
15. Thespian Drama (Bonus Track) [3:46]

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Total filesize: 120.26 MB


All Out War - Into The Killing Fields (2010)

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added: 2010-08-17
23:30:52

Performer: All Out War

Genre: Hardcore

Release date: 2010

Audio codec: MP3 246 kbps avg

Ripper: hXc

Description

   It was bands like All Out War--as well as Belgian bands like Congress and Liar--who produced a metalcore blueprint which was bereft of girl pants or fancy hair, but instead celebrated the dizzying drums, intense vocals and brutal riffing styles in a majorly metal way, crossing over in a similar fashion to some of their forefathers in Leeway and the Cro-Mags.

 

   Into the Killing Fields just might be the best effort since that late '90s gem--it may even surpass it--showcasing an All Out War whose instrumental skills have improved tenfold, yet who still remember their roots in simple, straight forward thrash metal, laced with mosh parts to make yer momma cry for yer black eye. The production is ace and razor sharp, lending both beef and menace to All Out War's sonic battle cry, all the while rallying the troops track after track to join them in horn-raising, headbanging mayhem.

Tracklist

1.   Defiance Through Fear                              4:13
2.   Mercy Killer                                       3:11
3.   Apathetic Genocide                                 4:27
4.   Fear Those Who Claim Divinity                      4:55
5.   From Manipulation To Martyr                        4:15
6.   Into The Killing Fields                            4:28
7.   An Angel Among Demons                              2:33
8.   The Murderers Among Us                             3:22
9.   Still Crucified                                    3:53

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Total filesize: 62.75 MB


Ozzy Osbourne - iTunes Festival London (2010) *EP*

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added: 2010-08-16
21:25:15

Performer: Ozzy Osbourne

Genre: Metal, Rock

Release date: 14

Audio codec: MP3 CBR - 320kbps

Ripper: DeZ

Description

A live EP featuring six songs that were recorded during Ozzy Osbourne's July 3, 2010 performance at the iTunes festival at London, England's Roundhouse

Tracklist

* Let Me Hear You Scream (live)
* Mr. Crowley (live)
* I Don't Know (live)
* Suicide Solution (live)
* I Don't Want To Change The World (live)
* War Pigs (live)

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Total filesize: 76.94 MB


Bonded By Blood - Exiled To Earth (2010)

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added: 2010-08-12
18:57:19

Performer: Bonded By Blood

Genre: Thrash Metal

Release date: 2010

Audio codec: MP3 VBR - 222kbps avg

Ripper: CRN

Description

Exiled to Earth is the Sophmore release from Pomona, CA Thrash act,     
Bonded by blood. Produced by Ralph Patlan (Megadeth, UFO, White       
Wizzard). Artwork by Reid Southen. Exiled to Earth finds the band       
distingishing themselves from the thrash pack with a unique story and   
deceptively deadlierblend of thrash riffage. The album is a scifi-rooted 
concept album about an underground movement of humans who seek to take  
earth back from the Crong. The alien race had enslaved the planet and   
it's people by using war, Starvation, Poverty and Anarchy as distractive 
devices in the late 21st century

Tracklist

01. 600 A.B.(After The Bomb)                                       
02. Episodes Of Aggression                                         
03. Prototype: Death Machine                                       
04. Prison Planet                                                  
05. Genetic Encryption                                           
06. Blood Spilled Offerings                                     
07. Exiled To Earth                                         
08. Parasitic Infection                                       
09. Desolate Future                                                
10. Sector 87                                                     
11. Cross-Insemination

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Total filesize: 67.51 MB

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