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Revised Visual Kei/J-rock Reccommendation List

Discussion in 'Music Department' started by Haruka, Oct 15, 2006.

  1. Haruka

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    Introduction:
    For those of you who do not know of japanese music, or even Visual Kei, I would like you to take some intrest into this.
    Here is the definition of Visual Kei

    But please, do not be turned down by the image of the genre. The music is great, but it will take awhile for foreigners who do not understand the language will not understand. But most of my non-japanese friends have appreciated it, and listen to it all the time.

    Haruka's Music Reccommendation List!

    Have you ever been stuck finding music?
    No fear! The Agony is gone!

    Have you encountered this??
    Sa, here are the bands I reccommend. Here is a key that will decipher which type of bands they are.

    * =Hardcore/Grindcore
    * =Vocals/Heavy
    * =Soft rock
    * =Gothica
    * =Ska
    * =Indie/Unique
    * =Speed Metal
     
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    Here is the list(They are in no particular order):
    • Vidoll **

    • Vidoll (ヴィドール) is a Japanese Visual Kei band signed to the independent label Under Code Productions.

      The name Vidoll is a play on words. Written phonetically, the name can take on multiple meanings, examples of which can be seen in a monthly editorial by members of the band in Shoxx mangazine called ヴィドールの[美]微doll (Vidoll no Bidoll). V and B are pronounced in the same way in Japanese. The 美 symbol (beauty) is crossed out, with the 微 symbol (delicate, minute, insignificant) replacing it. 人形 (ningyou) means doll or puppet. Just by changing the characters used to write the name, it can mean "Pretty Doll" (美人形) or "Insignificant Puppet" (微人形). Both themes (and play on words in general) are reflected in lyrics, releases, and tour names.

    • Ichi Ni Zero Ichi Ni(12012)*
      12012 is a Kansai-based Visual Kei group signed to the independent label UNDER CODE PRODUCTIONS. The line up includes Miyawaki Wataru (vocals), Sakai Hiroaki (guitar), Suga Yuusuke (guitar), Enya Tomoyuki (bass) and Kawauchi Tooru (drums).

      The name 12012 is pronounced "ichi ni zero ichi ni," and the meaning stems from part of the California Penal Code, referring to "individuals who are armed and prohibited from possessing a firearm." The band has performed under the name kyouki shoji (凶器所持,) which is a rough japanese equivalent meaning possession of a dangerous weapon.

      The band concept is 「人間の内面における狂気」, the madness inside a human, which is reflected well in their visual presentation as well as their generally dark lyrics and music.


      [*]Kagrra **

      Kagrra, ("Kagrra," with comma, spoken the same as "神楽" kagura), formerly "Crow", is a visual kei band dually signed to Columbia Music Entertainment and indie label PS Company, which also has contracts with Miyavi, Kra (band), Gazette (band), and Alice Nine. Kagrra, has a defining traditional Japanese look to their music and costumes that distinguishes them from the myriad of Japanese visual kei bands.
      Singing dark, and mysterical lyrics intertwinned with Grindcore and light vocals.
    • Dir En Grey**
      Dir en grey is a Japanese rock band formed in 1997. While the lineup has remained the same since the group's inception, numerous stylistic changes have made its genre difficult to determine (but it is generally a form of Rock music). Originally part of Japan's Visual Kei movement, Dir en grey have opted for less flamboyant attires in recent years.
      The oddest of most of the Visual Kei scene, with screeching voices, and with the lead singer with a deep voice.


      [*]Malice Mizer*

      Malice Mizer was formed in 1992 by Mana and Közi with Tetsu on vocals, both Mana and Közi on guitars/synthesizers, Yu~ki on bass and Gaz on drums. From the outset, the band established their trademark "twin guitar"' sound, whereby two guitars play different melodies creating polyphony. Malice Mizer's sound during the Tetsu era was a mixture of early 1980s goth and strong classical influences. Their first official release was the song "Speed of Desperate" on the 1993 compilation Brain Trash. Before this, they had released a demo tape called Sans Logique which contained no vocals. Shortly after the release of Brain Trash, Gaz left the band to join Kneuklid Romance, while Kneuklid Romance's drummer Kami in turn joined Malice Mizer. In 1994, the band released their first album, memoire, on Mana's newly founded Indie music label, Midi:Nette, and shortly after re-released it with an additional bonus track ("バロック"; Baroque) under the title memoire DX. Only days later, singer Tetsu left the band. While the exact reasons are unknown, Tetsu went on to take a different direction in his work.


      [*]Janne Da Arc*

      Janne Da Arc are a Japanese rock group. Its members are vocal yasu, guitar you, bass ka~yu, keyboard kiyo, and drum shuji. Yasu named the group after a character named ジャンヌ・ダルク(Jannu Daruku) in the manga Devilman by Go Nagai. This band has still been successful after 10 years already, and have kept on going. Playing proggressive music, and emotional lyrics.


      [*]Gazette*

      Gazette or the GazettE (ガゼット, Gazette?), is an indie Japanese rock band of the visual kei variety. The band was formed in early 2002 and is currently signed to PS Company. To most non-fans, they're compared to Dir en grey, but both bands have few similarities.
      Gazette was founded on March 10th, 2002 by Uruha, Reita (both formerly of Karasu, Ma'die Kussë, L'ie:Chris, and Kar+te=zyAnose), Ruki (formerly of Mikoto, Ma'die Kussë, L'ie:Chris, and Kar+te=zyAnose), Aoi (former Mervilles and Artia guitarist), and ex-drummer Yune (formerly of La'DeathtopiA, Mervilles, Artia, and Vall'na racill), and current drummer, Kai.


      [*]Alice Nine*

      alice nine. (アリス九號) is an independent Japanese Visual Kei band, which consists of five members: Shou as vocalist, Hiroto and Tora on guitars, Saga on bass, and Nao on drums. They are signed to an independent record label, PS Company.

      alice nine. was formed by Nao, the drummer, in April 2004. Their first concert was held at Ikebukuro Cyber in May 11, 2004. After a few concerts, they started small touring with other bands such as Ayabie, Karen, Kagrra, Kra, and BIS. They completed their first solo (one-man) tour between August 8 and August 31, 2005. Their third solo tour will hit 14 stops across Japan in August of 2006.


      [*]Antique Cafe/An Cafe**

      An Cafe (アンティック-珈琲店-), is a Japanese Visual Kei band formed in 2003 and signed to the independent label Loop Ash. The band is composed of four members, all male, and all from the Kantō region of Japan. They are: Miku (vocals), Bou (guitar), Kanon (bass), and Teruki (drums).

      珈琲店 (kohi-ten) means "coffee shop". However, the band chose an alternate pronunciation, カフェ, or Café. (This pronunciation can still be seen on their previous official website:(アンティックカフェ - Antikku Cafe) [1]).

      The band is variously called Antique Cafe, An Cafe, and Antic Cafe by fans. Their name is listed in English on the "Cosmos" single as "Antic Cafe", but on most of their recent singles, as well as on their current website [2], it is "An Cafe".

      The band incorporates guitar solos and gruff shouting, which is typical of most contemporary Visual Kei bands on independent labels. However, they have an upbeat, happy sound and incorporate less "dark imagery" than the typical Visual Kei band.

      They are often described as Oshare Kei (Stylish Kei), which is a subset of Visual Kei. It refers to a younger generation of bands who play music that is more lighthearted and upbeat than traditional Visual Kei. Usually, they incorporate street fashion and bright colors into their costumes.


      [*]Onmyouza**

      Onmyo-Za(also Onmyouza or Onmyoza: Japanese; 陰陽座 literally " a band in Onmyodo") are a Japanese Visual Kei / heavy metal band who released their first commercial album in 1999. They play quite orthodox heavy metal music just compared to Iron Maiden or Judas Priest , mixed with Japanese folk / pop musical elements. They are also categorized as a Visual Kei band for their theatrical live performance with kimonos.



      [*]Guitar Wolf *

      The band Guitar Wolf, founded in Japan in 1987, are known for their piercing vocals and extremely loud style of garage punk that emphasized heavy distortion. They coined the phrase "Jett Rock 'n' Roll", which they also used to describe their musical style - an energetic cross between The Ramones, rockabilly, classic punk, and noise rock.

      Guitar Wolf originally consisted of Seiji (Guitar Wolf), Billy (Bass Wolf), and Toru (Drum Wolf). Billy/Bass Wolf died in Tokyo on March 31, 2005, presumably from a heart attack after coming off the last leg of their U.S. tour. [1] In September of 2005, Guitar Wolf played their first show with their new bassist, U.G.

      Jett Rock 'n' Roll is a term coined by Guitar Wolf to describe their musical style. It is conglomeration of punk, traditional rock, heavy distortion, and screaming that has only ever been applied to their band.
      The name is derived from the last name of musician Joan Jett, whom Guitar Wolf frontman Seiji considers his greatest influence.
      See King Brothers for one such band that is influenced by Guitar Wolf.
      Guitar Wolf often touts itself as "The World's Greatest Jett Rock 'n' Roll Band".


      [*]Buck Tick*

      Buck-Tick is a popular Japanese rock group formed by Hisashi Imai in the early 1980s. They are sometimes associated with the visual kei style, and are regarded as one of the first bands of the movement (among X-Japan). Their name is an anglicized form of baku chiku (Japanese for "firecracker").

      The band members include:

      Atsushi Sakurai on vocals, Hisashi Imai on guitar, electronics, and miscellaneous noise, Hidehiko Hoshino on guitar and keyboard, Yutaka Higuchi on bass, and Toll Yagami on percussion.
      Although they use different surnames, Toll and Yutaka are brothers. In the past, Buck-Tick have performed with bands such as Marilyn Manson, KMFDM, Luna Sea and Soft Ballet. The side-projects Schaft and Schwein consisted of Hisashi Imai, Atsushi Sakurai, Maki Fujii (ex. Soft Ballet), Raymond Watts (also known as "PIG") and Sascha Konietzko.
     
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    • [*]Pierrot**

      Pierrot was a Japanese Visual Rock Band, originally founded in 1994 by Kirito and Jun in Nagano. The original band members were Hidelow on vocals, Kirito and Jun on guitar, Kohta on bass, and Luka on drums. In November of that year, Luka left and Takeo joined; then, in February of 1995, Hidelow also left the Band while Aiji joined, comforming then what today is still Pierrot: Kirito on vocals, Aiji and Jun on guitar, Kohta on bass and Takeo on drums.

      Pierrot was one of the oldest bands still around in 2005 in the Jrock scene. They started off like any other decent Visual Kei band and made their major label debut in September, 1998 with the single Kuria Sky (CLEAR SKY クリア・スカイ). Their most recent album is DICTATORS CIRCUS - A variant BUD ; best album with singles spanning from 10 years of their career.

      The vocalist, Kirito, who has embarked on a solo career just recently, has released his first solo album - Hameln (2005.08.03).

      On April 12th, 2006 the band announced its disbandment.


      [*]Kuroyume*

      Kuroyume (黒夢) was a Japanese rock group that formed in Nagoya during May 1991 and lasted until 1998, initially consisting of lead singer and founding member Kiyoharu, guitarist Shin and bassist Hitoki. They began as a visual kei group, and carried these roots throughout their career with continued emphasis on appearance and packaging.

      Following the band's departure from existence, Kiyoharu formed SADS in 1999 and had gone solo by 2003.

      After several years of gigging the band released their debut maxi single 'Chuuzetsu' in 1992 on Haunted House Records, which was shortly followed by a mini album entitled 'Ikiteita Chuzetsuji...' (remastered from an old demo tape). The music recorded by the band during this era appears indebted to black metal and goth rock which became an influential style within the Visual Kei scene, creating a new type of gothic rock that was mimicked and prevailed in the following years, eventually developing itself a strong mainstream market.


      [*]Plastic Tree*

      Plastic Tree is a J-Rock band that formed in the early 1990's in Chiba, Japan. Plastic Tree debuted in May 1995 and released their first mini-album on December 11th of the same year. Since forming, they have changed drummers 3 times.

      Plastic Tree's music is influenced by British bands such as Radiohead and The Cure. It is rumored that they took their name from the Radiohead song 'Fake Plastic Trees'. Ryuutarou has answered the question "if you were stranded on a desert island and could only have one album, which album would it be?" with "Pablo Honey by Radiohead."

      Recently Ryuutarou and Tadashi revealed the real orgin of the name - they wanted to combine two words to form the band name; something artificial and something natural. After trying a few combinations, they decided on 'Plastic Tree'.

      Plastic Tree's sound ranges from rock to pop and has gone under many changes. Their sound is aided by Ryuutarou's unique vocals and lyrics. Before the album Toroimerai was released Tadashi wrote nearly all the songs, usually with Ryutaro writing lyrics. However, more recent releases have had Akira and Ryutaro writing both lyrics and music more frequently.


      [*]Velvet Eden**

      I cannot find any information on this band.
      But their music is dark, and more noise than actually rock.


      [*]Phantasmagooria*

      Phantasmagoria is a Japanese Visual Kei band. They formed in November of 2004 and their first single "Material Pain" was released in Shoxx Magazine on December 21,2004. The following day they also released their first Maxi-single, "Moonlight Revival".

      Phantasmagoria claimed the cover of a well-known Visual Kei magazine, Cure, only one month after officialy forming(February issue; released December 18,2004), becoming one of the fastest indies bands to appear on the cover of a magazine.

      Their first ever one-man (according to Kisaki) and first American concerts were on October 21 and 22nd, 2005 at Oni-con in Houston, Texas. Months later, on March 26th, the band played their first Japanese one-man.

      Kisaki, bassist and leader of Phantasmagoria, is also the Executive of Under Code Production, a Visual Kei indies label located in Osaka, Japan. Previously, he was the Executive of the indies label Matina.

      Rame (bassist of Vidoll) teasingly began refering to the band as "Mago-Mago". (Mago means "grandchildren".) The name is now used by fans as well.



      [*]The Pillows*

      the pillows formed in 1989 when Sawao Yamanaka struck up an unlikely friendship with one half of the legendary Japanese punk band Kenzi & the Trips. Bassist Kenji Ueda, short-lived replacement of the original Kenzi & The Trips bassist Jun Gray and original Kenzi & Trips drummer Shinichiro Sato teamed up with guitarist Yoshiaki Manabe of the hair metal band Persia and the young, charismatic frontman Sawao Yamanaka to work on what would become one of the catchiest asian pop rock bands to cross the Pacific.
     
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    • [*]X Japan**

      X Japan (エックス ジャパン, X Japan?) (originally X (エックス, X?)) was a Japanese Visual Kei band, and the brainchild of Yoshiki Hayashi. They started out as a Japanese rock speed metal band, and later gravitated towards an alternative rock sound, but always retained a huge emphasis on ballads.

      X Japan is widely considered to be one of the most successful and influential bands in Japan, having sold over 20 million albums and singles and over 2 million videos to date.
    • X(Same as X Japan)**


      [*]MUCC*

      MUCC / MUKKU (ムック) are a Japanese rock (J-Rock) band formed in 1997. The band's name, decided upon by guitarist Miya, was originally the name of a character from a Japanese children's program Ponkickies.

      The band is also known as 69 from a play on words, since six-nine can be pronounced "muku" (六九) in Japanese.

      In 2006, MUCC will be the musical guest of the anime convention Otakon.



      [*]Moi Dix Mois*

      Moi dix Mois is a Japanese band, and the solo project of Mana, formerly the leader and guitarist of the Japanese band Malice Mizer.

      Moi dix Mois' sound is somewhat similar to that of the later works of Malice Mizer, incorporating pipe organ and harpsichord, electric guitar, operatic male (and female) vocals and fast, heavy drumming. Whereas Malice Mizer was widely considered to be the archetypal visual kei band, Mana incorporated the sound of heavy metal into his new project, creating a mixture of the two. In particular, he has stated that he was influenced by such bands as Slayer and Mötley Crüe. In keeping with the concept of a solo project, Mana's lyrics for Moi dix Mois are more personal than those he has written for Malice Mizer, veering between melancholy romanticism and deep depression.


      [*]Luna Sea*

      LUNA SEA was a significantly popular Japanese visual rock band of the 1990s. Joining forces in 1989 out of high school, its members consisted of RYUICHI (河村隆一, Ryuichi Kawamura) on vocals, SUGIZO (杉原悠, Yasuhiro Sugihara) on lead guitar and violin, INORAN (井上清信, Kiyonobu Inoue) on rhythm guitar, J (小野瀬潤, Jun Onose) on bass, and 真矢 (山田真矢, Shinya Yamada) on drums/percussion. Discovered by X Japan guitarist hide in a club, the band then known as LUNACY were signed by the famous Yoshiki, the grandfather of all Japanese modern rock labels, Extasy Records. Their self-titled album, LUNA SEA (1991), was the first of eight full-length original albums that found LUNA SEA notoriety and superstardom.

      In their heyday, effeminately gothic LUNA SEA were second only to visual kei pioneers X Japan in popularity. Yet LUNA SEA's combined efforts finally came to a conclusion in a two day farewell concert, THE FINAL ACT, that started on December 26, 2000 and was held in the sold-out Tokyo Dome.



      [*]Laputa*

      Laputa was a visual rock band from Nagoya, Japan. The band chose its name from the flying island in Gulliver's Travels and tried to portray a simliar unrealistic veiw of the world with their performance. Musically the essense of the band sound was extracted from the three pilliars of "Dark, Hard, and Melodious". Their sound is characterized by Kouichi's unique chord processions and aki's transparent high-pitched vocals. The band is considered to be under the sub-categories of Black Suit Kei and Nagoya Kei. Even though not extremely commerically successful, they were influential on developing bands. Laputa's early sound was influnced by Kuroyume, since both aki and Tomoi were roadies for them.



      [*]SID**

      No info. Yet i've been told this has been a good band. More info will be updated next week.


      [*]Glay*

      GLAY (グレイ) is a popular rock/pop band from Hakodate, Hokkaido, Japan formed by guitarist Takuro and vocalist Teru during high school in 1988. Takuro was heavily influenced by bands like the Japanese legend BOOWY and The Beatles, and took a great interest in composing original songs and lyrics. The band name "GLAY" is a deliberate misspelling of the word "gray", which represents the style of music they wanted to play; a mixture between rock (black) and pop (white). The Beatles also influenced this misspelling, as they had purposely misspelled their own band name ("beetle" became "beatle" as rock music at the time was referred to as "beat" music). Although GLAY primarily composes songs in the rock genre, they have also composed songs in everything ranging from reggae to gospel. Due to their musical diversity, beautiful lyrics and wonderful melodies, they have become one of the most successful and well known bands in Japan, and most of Asia.



      [*]Kimeru*

      No info yet. Will update soon. More of Pop than Rock.


      [*]Miyavi*

      Miyavi (雅-miyavi-, born September 14, 1981 in Hyogo, Japan), is a Japanese solo J-Rock artist and former guitarist (under the name Miyabi (雅, Miyabi?)) for the visual kei indies band Dué le Quartz, which disbanded in 2002. In the same year, Miyabi announced that he was going solo, changed his name to Miyavi, and released his debut album "【雅楽】-gagaku-." He soon signed a contract with PS Company along with other artists such as Alice Nine, Kagrra,, Gazette (band), and Kra (band).

      Miyavi's significant change in music style since leaving Due'le Quartz caused many of his original audience to disperse, but attracted a new audience that he did not originally have.


      [*]D'espairs Rey*

      D'espairsRay is a four-member Japanese Visual Kei band, signed with Sweet Child Records. The band consists of Hizumi, Karyu, Zero, and Tsukasa.

      D'espairsRay are known for their dark and heavy sound, often intertwining fast paced guitar riffs with hard, fast moving bass and drum lines. Very often in their music you will hear a few external noises, such as a fiddle in "Marry of the Blood", or the sound of wind blowing wind chimes in the beginning of "Reddish ~DIVA Version~", to the background shouts of German gestapo shouting "Sieg Heil!" in "Fascism". Very often as well, Hizumi will give death screams or gaspings etc., to enhance the darkness of their music.

      D'espairsRay fans are known as Mania Muke, or Manias (plural).



      [*]Doremidan*

      DOREMIdan (ドレミ團) is the name of a Japanese rock band. Their name comes from the Beatles song 'Don't let me down'. When this is pronounced very fast with a thick Japanese sound, it will sound as 'Doremidan'.

      Their current line-up includes Makoto (マコト) on vocals, KEN on guitar, Ryu (龍) on guitar, Shinji (シンジ) on bass and Reika (零華) on drums.

      DOREMIdan is composed of all ex-band members from other bands. They are considered to be a visual kei band, meaning they dress in extremely visual and colourful costumes.

      Ska.


      [*]Shounen Knife*[/b]
      The all-female band Shonen Knife (少年ナイフ, Shōnen Naifu; lit. "Boy knife") is a Japanese alternative rock trio that has found some success in the United States, counting among their fans Sonic Youth, Nirvana, and Redd Kross. They cite as their main influences 1960s girl groups and punk rock such as The Ramones. They have also performed as a Ramones tribute band under the name The Osaka Ramones.




      [*]Kagerou**
      Kagerou (蜉蝣) is a Japanese Visual Kei rock band. Kagerou formed in September of 1999 by vocalist Daisuke, and bassist MASAYA, soon to be joined by guitarist Yuana. After their time on record label Loop Ash, in 2000 Kagerou transferred to label Lizard inside of Free-Will. After having gained great popularity among the Japanese Visual Kei audience, they went abroad in 2005; playing in Germany and France. At present, they continue to play abroad.

      Kagerou are a band in the Japanese Visual Kei style, which is characterised by its obscure and androgyne look. Although Kagerou currently uses less make-up and wear simplified stage outfits in comparison to most Visual Kei bands, they still call themselves a Visual Kei band.


      [*]Takui
      Unknown genre[/b]
      Link removed


      [*]L'Arc~en~Ciel (ラルク アン シエル, L'Arc~en~Ciel**

      Also known as L'Arc or Laruku (ラルク, Laruku?) to their fans, is a popular J-Rock quartet. L'Arc en Ciel literally translates from the French language as The Arc in the Sky, more commonly known as a rainbow. They have sold over 25 million copies of singles and albums in Japan alone.
     
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    • [*]Sex MachineGuns*

      Link removed

      The SEX MACHINEGUNS are a Japanese Heavy Metal band who released their first commercial single and album in 1998. They play a very bass-heavy form of metal, similar to what is often called Heavy Metal (and that is how they refer to themselves) but in a twist most Heavy Metal does not have, SEX MACHINEGUNS songs tend to be filled with extremely fast guitar and bass solos, the realm of Speed Metal. The band rides an image of being "Shock Rockers" by wearing crazy, exotic outfits like Visual Kei bands, singing about blowing up restaurants (see song "FamiResuBombaa") and naming one of their live DVDs "SM Show" in a very intentional allusion to BDSM. Casting themselves as shock rockers is not the prime selling point of their music though, as they also exhibit their technical skill on their instruments.
    And my duty is done. Feel free to ask any questions. Through PM or this thread.
    Please do not post this anywhere else.
    I might upload some songs by each of the bands later, but I will update this thread every week, because i'll keep gaining more and more music.
    Buy the CD's! Don't Download!
     
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    Hay, guess what; you've already made this thread before.

    here
     
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    You could've just editted the old one.
     
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    Except you can't edit other people's posts, so my content can't fit.
     
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    Meh, It was only fun in the beginning. X-Japan was pretty great.

    If I were gay... :nuts
     
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    Miyavi really needs to be removed from that list, he can't really be categorised as 'musician'.
     
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    Thanks!!! You introduced me to some really cool bands!!
     
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    phantasmagoria is named after the first song from Cell-scape by Melt-Banana, the ultimate japanese band, next to Boris
     
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