The Darkness - The Things They Say 21967


"I think some of my obsessiveness has transferred to ink. I've lost count of how many tattoos I've got. But I'm covered in them - mostly musical instruments I admire." The Darkness frontman Justin Hawkins reveals his latest addiction after quitting drugs and alcohol in 2006.


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Dan Hawkins: Darkness nearly killed me 3956258 News

Dan Hawkins thought he would die if he carried on drinking.

The Darkness guitarist got caught up in alcohol-fuelled chaos with the band after the success of their debut album 'Permission To Land' in 2003 and he admits his life quickly spiralled out of control.

He said: ''The wheels were never on. It was always carnage. We partied on the road all the time, then I'd get home and see my friends and start the party all over again.

''It got to the point where I thought, 'If this carries on, I might die'. That's when I left London and moved to the countryside.''

After a six-year hiatus the band reunited in 2011, released the album 'Hot Cakes' and toured with Lady Gaga.

But Dan admits the band knew they couldn't replicate the success of their debut record because they were no longer as close as they once were.

He told Classic Rock magazine: '''Permission To Land' still has that zeal and energy of a gang.

''And we stopped being a gang. So it's no wonder the records never sounded the same after that.''

His brother, frontman Justin Hawkins added: ''If you want to be interested in what you're doing, you have to realise how precious it is. I don't mean the success, I mean the art of it. Because that's what enjoyable - the process of it.

''These four men, who have nothing in common, really kicking ass together. It's a hilarious experience.''

Dan Hawkins thought he would die if he carried on drinking.

The Darkness guitarist got caught up in alcohol-fuelled chaos with the band after the success of their debut album 'Permission To Land' in 2003 and he admits his life quickly spiralled out of control.

He said: ''The wheels were never on. It was always carnage. We partied on the road all the time, then I'd get home and see my friends and start the party all over again.

''It got to the point where I thought, 'If this carries on, I might die'. That's when I left London and moved to the countryside.''

After a six-year hiatus the band reunited in 2011, released the album 'Hot Cakes' and toured with Lady Gaga.

But Dan admits the band knew they couldn't replicate the success of their debut record because they were no longer as close as they once were.

He told Classic Rock magazine: '''Permission To Land' still has that zeal and energy of a gang.

''And we stopped being a gang. So it's no wonder the records never sounded the same after that.''

His brother, frontman Justin Hawkins added: ''If you want to be interested in what you're doing, you have to realise how precious it is. I don't mean the success, I mean the art of it. Because that's what enjoyable - the process of it.

''These four men, who have nothing in common, really kicking ass together. It's a hilarious experience.''

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Mariah Carey Sings 'All I Want For Christmas Is You' On Jimmy Fallon; Plus, Our Top 5 Christmas Songs 3403175 News

Mariah Carey ruddy loves reminding us that she sang one of the best known Christmas pop songs of all time. Just in case her original version of 'All I Want For Christmas Is You' wasn’t played enough around this time of year as it was, she also decided to pop up wearing a really quite short Santa’s outfit alongside then 17 year-old Justin Bieber in re-do of the song last year.

So we were pretty firmly on Carey watch this year, just waiting to see when she’d pop up to offer yet another ‘fresh’ update on her ubiquitous track. And it happened with Jimmy Fallon and The Roots in tow. In fairness, the chat show host sort of asked for it; he was going to perform a version of the song anyway with rappers The Roots in tow on toy instruments. Trust Carey to want to get in on the act though; sure enough, after the slow intro, there she was in a red dress, admittedly still hitting the notes and taking center stage as the rest of them played amiably behind her. Reports that she’d rushed off soon after the show because her senses had picked up a family in the Tulsa region about to get going on their own karaoke version of the song in their living room remain unsubstantiated.

Check out Carey join Fallon and The Roots below; then scroll down to see our own festive top 5.

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Here's our picks from Christmas Songs you should have on the iPod this Christmas.

5. Bo Selecta - Proper Crimbo (2003)

Bit out of leftfield this one perhaps, Leigh Francis did used to make us giggle back in the day, not least with the hilarious intro to this festive song, and an ensuring star turn by Francis' in his element as Craig David impressario. 

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4. The Darkness - Christmas Time (Don't Let The Bells End) (2003)

Was 2003 really a golden years for Christmas singles? Or are we just desperately trying not to pick all of the usual suspects? Hard to tell really, but if you're going to do a Christmas song you might as well make it as over the top possible - and there are fewer more up to the job of doing so than ridiculous pomp rockers The Darkness.

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3. Wham! - Last Christmas (1984)

One of the Contact staff is a closet George Michael fan, as such there isn't a Christmas song list that goes under his nose without first being checked that this hasn't been missed off. 

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2. The Pogues Featuring Kirsty MacColl - Fairytale Of New York (1987)

To be honest, we're starting to get a bit tired of Shano Mac and Kirsty's warring duet being posited as the best Christmas song for anyone with any real taste. That's why we've shunted it down to number two, even though at the time of typing we've not decided what number one's going to be (it does remain A Tune though). 

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1. Peter Auty / Aled Jones - Walking In The Air (1982 / 1985)

Yes, yes, we've been told enough times by smug eggheads that the song for the 1982 film The Snowman was sang by someone else and that Jones only sang the 1985 UK top five charting single version. That's why we've stuck both their names in here so they can each get an equal share of the spoils for this almighty epic which we're really glad we remembered as otherwise we were going to have to put Cliff Richard at number one. And no one would've wanted that. 

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And one terrible one...

Bing Crosby & David Bowie - The Little Drummer Boy/Peace On Earth

Are you seriously trying to tell us, David, that you don't recognise Bing Crosby, one of the most famous crooners in popular music historty!? Really!? Are you sure!? To be fair to him, once they get singing we barely recognise Bing either. Truly the worst work of either's vast back catalogues.

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Mariah Carey ruddy loves reminding us that she sang one of the best known Christmas pop songs of all time. Just in case her original version of 'All I Want For Christmas Is You' wasn’t played enough around this time of year as it was, she also decided to pop up wearing a really quite short Santa’s outfit alongside then 17 year-old Justin Bieber in re-do of the song last year.

So we were pretty firmly on Carey watch this year, just waiting to see when she’d pop up to offer yet another ‘fresh’ update on her ubiquitous track. And it happened with Jimmy Fallon and The Roots in tow. In fairness, the chat show host sort of asked for it; he was going to perform a version of the song anyway with rappers The Roots in tow on toy instruments. Trust Carey to want to get in on the act though; sure enough, after the slow intro, there she was in a red dress, admittedly still hitting the notes and taking center stage as the rest of them played amiably behind her. Reports that she’d rushed off soon after the show because her senses had picked up a family in the Tulsa region about to get going on their own karaoke version of the song in their living room remain unsubstantiated.

Check out Carey join Fallon and The Roots below; then scroll down to see our own festive top 5.

<iframe width="636" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/sWEfszb9h8Q" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

Here's our picks from Christmas Songs you should have on the iPod this Christmas.

5. Bo Selecta - Proper Crimbo (2003)

Bit out of leftfield this one perhaps, Leigh Francis did used to make us giggle back in the day, not least with the hilarious intro to this festive song, and an ensuring star turn by Francis' in his element as Craig David impressario. 

<iframe width="636" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/MqBF7TiyATo" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

4. The Darkness - Christmas Time (Don't Let The Bells End) (2003)

Was 2003 really a golden years for Christmas singles? Or are we just desperately trying not to pick all of the usual suspects? Hard to tell really, but if you're going to do a Christmas song you might as well make it as over the top possible - and there are fewer more up to the job of doing so than ridiculous pomp rockers The Darkness.

<iframe width="636" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/VQhuoY5h2kE" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

3. Wham! - Last Christmas (1984)

One of the Contact staff is a closet George Michael fan, as such there isn't a Christmas song list that goes under his nose without first being checked that this hasn't been missed off. 

<iframe width="636" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/E8gmARGvPlI" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

2. The Pogues Featuring Kirsty MacColl - Fairytale Of New York (1987)

To be honest, we're starting to get a bit tired of Shano Mac and Kirsty's warring duet being posited as the best Christmas song for anyone with any real taste. That's why we've shunted it down to number two, even though at the time of typing we've not decided what number one's going to be (it does remain A Tune though). 

<iframe width="636" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/j9jbdgZidu8" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

1. Peter Auty / Aled Jones - Walking In The Air (1982 / 1985)

Yes, yes, we've been told enough times by smug eggheads that the song for the 1982 film The Snowman was sang by someone else and that Jones only sang the 1985 UK top five charting single version. That's why we've stuck both their names in here so they can each get an equal share of the spoils for this almighty epic which we're really glad we remembered as otherwise we were going to have to put Cliff Richard at number one. And no one would've wanted that. 

<iframe width="636" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/xb-pX7sIjFY" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

And one terrible one...

Bing Crosby & David Bowie - The Little Drummer Boy/Peace On Earth

Are you seriously trying to tell us, David, that you don't recognise Bing Crosby, one of the most famous crooners in popular music historty!? Really!? Are you sure!? To be fair to him, once they get singing we barely recognise Bing either. Truly the worst work of either's vast back catalogues.

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The Darkness And Joan Jett Confirmed As Tour Support For Lady Gaga Plus New 2013 Uk Dates Added 3361907 Press Releases

First Stage Of 'Let Them Eat Cakes' World Tour For 2013

Following several months on the road with Lady Gaga in 2012, THE DARKNESS will make a triumphant return to headline touring with 2013's 'Let Them Eat Cakes' world tour. 

The first wave of tour announcement sees the band kicking off the New Year in North America, before venturing back to the UK and Europe for February/March.  

An April 2013 revisit to Australia (where they will be joined by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts for the tour), also sees the band returning to New Zealand for the first time since the Big Day Out festival in 2004. 

This first round of touring (full dates below) will be the first protracted run of headline shows The Darkness has been able to undertake since the release of the critically-acclaimed third album 'HOT CAKES'. 

THE DARKNESS:  JUSTIN HAWKINS (vocals/guitars), DAN HAWKINS (guitars/backing vocals), FRANKIE POULLAIN (bass) and ED GRAHAM (drums) are still currently in the midst of a worldwide tour with Lady Gaga in support of their third studio albumHOT CAKES out on Wind-up (North / South America) / PIAS (Rest Of World). HOT CAKES was produced by the band's JUSTIN and DAN HAWKINS with long-time collaborator Nick Brine and mixed by Bob Ezrin. The resulting 11-song cycle delivers the epic rock anthems and infectious pop choruses the band has become renowned for worldwide.

MARCH 2013 

Fri 01st        SHEFFIELD                             City Hall 

Sat 02nd       MANCHESTER                        O2 Apollo 

Sun 03rd      GLASGOW                              Barrowlands 

Tues 05th     NEWCASTLE                          City Hall 

Wed 06th      WOLVERHAMPTON                Civic 

Thur 07th      LONDON                                 Hammersmith Apollo     

Tickets for the UK dates go on sale at 9am on Friday 9th November priced at £25 (regionally) & £27.50 (London) (subject to booking fee) and are available from www.livenation.co.uk and www.ticketmaster.co.uk

 

First Stage Of 'Let Them Eat Cakes' World Tour For 2013

Following several months on the road with Lady Gaga in 2012, THE DARKNESS will make a triumphant return to headline touring with 2013's 'Let Them Eat Cakes' world tour. 

The first wave of tour announcement sees the band kicking off the New Year in North America, before venturing back to the UK and Europe for February/March.  

An April 2013 revisit to Australia (where they will be joined by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts for the tour), also sees the band returning to New Zealand for the first time since the Big Day Out festival in 2004. 

This first round of touring (full dates below) will be the first protracted run of headline shows The Darkness has been able to undertake since the release of the critically-acclaimed third album 'HOT CAKES'. 

THE DARKNESS:  JUSTIN HAWKINS (vocals/guitars), DAN HAWKINS (guitars/backing vocals), FRANKIE POULLAIN (bass) and ED GRAHAM (drums) are still currently in the midst of a worldwide tour with Lady Gaga in support of their third studio albumHOT CAKES out on Wind-up (North / South America) / PIAS (Rest Of World). HOT CAKES was produced by the band's JUSTIN and DAN HAWKINS with long-time collaborator Nick Brine and mixed by Bob Ezrin. The resulting 11-song cycle delivers the epic rock anthems and infectious pop choruses the band has become renowned for worldwide.

MARCH 2013 

Fri 01st        SHEFFIELD                             City Hall 

Sat 02nd       MANCHESTER                        O2 Apollo 

Sun 03rd      GLASGOW                              Barrowlands 

Tues 05th     NEWCASTLE                          City Hall 

Wed 06th      WOLVERHAMPTON                Civic 

Thur 07th      LONDON                                 Hammersmith Apollo     

Tickets for the UK dates go on sale at 9am on Friday 9th November priced at £25 (regionally) & £27.50 (London) (subject to booking fee) and are available from www.livenation.co.uk and www.ticketmaster.co.uk

 

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The Darkness - Manchester Academy Sunday, November 13, 2011 2472529 Reviews

When The Darkness disbanded in 2006 it ended a frantic three year period that culminated in the quartet becoming household names and tabloid darlings. Half a decade later they have returned with their original line up and are in the middle of a UK tour, following on from their Download Festival slot in the summer.

It's easy to forget that before the media overexposure The Darkness had the music world excited because of killer riffs, huge anthems and funny lyrics, not because of cat suits and flying Siberian tigers in arenas. Tonight's more grounded venue means the focus should be much more on the music.but that doesn't stop the band poking fun at themselves. Frontman Justin Hawkins emerges from a cage structure that houses drummer Ed Graham as the quartet begin with 'Black Shuck' and then 'Growing On Me', which causes a sing-along that would put some stadium performances to shame. It is soon apparent that most if not all of the audience are amongst the 1.5 million owners of debut 'Permission To Land', for every track is dynamite, even non-singles such as 'Friday Night' and the splendid acoustic rendition of 'Holding My Own'. Key to the reaction is Hawkins' impressive vocal control, note-perfect in falsetto and without any cracks in the delivery, a truly powerful audio weapon.

The second record is represented only by 'One Way Ticket' and 'Is It Just Me?', both of which get decent receptions, but rather than just a show to cash-in on former glory the set is padded with a good number of new songs. Amongst them 'Best Of Me' has the crowd clapping and 'Out Of This World' already has people singing along by the final verse, but what sticks out about them as a collection is the quality of the guitar work. At times it's as if there is a competition between lead guitarist Dan Hawkins and his brother, with the winner being the audience, as they are treated to some great riffs and solos, boding well for any future album. The aural side of The Darkness live experience is truly still impressive, but the band don't forget the gimmicks that had people talking about their shows - so we get some a lovely confetti parade against a background of red and green during 'Christmas Time (Don't Let The Bells End)' and some small bursts of fire from a glorified lighter..and of course Justin slips into the infamous catsuit. Welcome back The Darkness.

Alex Lai

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Dan Hawkins: 'Justin Would Have Died Without Rehab' 1657232 News The Darkness star Dan Hawkins is convinced his bandmate brother Justin would be dead if he hadn't quit the band to go to rehab.
The British rockers shot to fame in 2003 but just three years later (06), frontman Justin walked away to seek treatment for cocaine and alcohol addictions at London clinic The Priory.
Dan reveals he pushed his brother to seek help, prompting a bitter feud between them - but the guitarist is convinced the worst would have happened if Justin hadn't left the group.
Dan tells Britain's The Sun, "I pleaded with him about his health. If he had carried on the way he was going he would not be here today. It was bad. It was like Justin had this big red button he was itching to press which would kill him.
"After each gig Justin would disappear. Then he'd turn up at the next gig having not slept, looking a bit yellow and green and being a complete pain in the a**... It was good to stop everything and get our lives back on track."
Justin, who has been clean for almost five years, admits he now regrets his bad behaviour.
He adds, "By the end I was fat, bloated and useless. I was smashed up all the time... My whole focus was to get the gig over with so I could get smashed."
The I Believe in a Thing Called Love hitmakers reunited earlier this year (11) and sealed their comeback with a successful set at Britain's Download Festival on Friday (10Jun11).
The Darkness star Dan Hawkins is convinced his bandmate brother Justin would be dead if he hadn't quit the band to go to rehab.
The British rockers shot to fame in 2003 but just three years later (06), frontman Justin walked away to seek treatment for cocaine and alcohol addictions at London clinic The Priory.
Dan reveals he pushed his brother to seek help, prompting a bitter feud between them - but the guitarist is convinced the worst would have happened if Justin hadn't left the group.
Dan tells Britain's The Sun, "I pleaded with him about his health. If he had carried on the way he was going he would not be here today. It was bad. It was like Justin had this big red button he was itching to press which would kill him.
"After each gig Justin would disappear. Then he'd turn up at the next gig having not slept, looking a bit yellow and green and being a complete pain in the a**... It was good to stop everything and get our lives back on track."
Justin, who has been clean for almost five years, admits he now regrets his bad behaviour.
He adds, "By the end I was fat, bloated and useless. I was smashed up all the time... My whole focus was to get the gig over with so I could get smashed."
The I Believe in a Thing Called Love hitmakers reunited earlier this year (11) and sealed their comeback with a successful set at Britain's Download Festival on Friday (10Jun11).
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The Darkness - Girlfriend 2050060 Reviews

The Darkness
Girlfriend
Single Review
Atlantic

With second record "One Way Ticket To Hell… And Back" not breaking the Top Ten of the album chart, those who predicted the fall of The Darkness seem to be vindicated in their judgement. However their popularity globally seems as strong as ever, having recently visited Australia and Japan, they'll spend the summer rocking the European festival circuit.

With Justin Hawkins' falsetto at an all-time high, "Girlfriend" encapsulates the fun of The Darkness' music, all while carrying a message of reprieve from having cheated on your partner. It's upbeat and has a chorus that a toddler could cope with… but you can't help feel the band are running out of ideas musically. The accompanying video is amusing; with Hawkins paying tribute to eighties' flick "Flashdance".

Alex Lai

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The Darkness, Girlfriend, Video Stream 2077158 Videos 3rd May 2006

The Darkness
Girlfriend
Video Stream

The Darkness are set to release their new single 'Girlfriend' through Atlantic Records UK on 22nd May. This will be the third single to be lifted from their outstanding album 'One Way Ticket To Hell ...And Back', which came out to critical acclaim at the end of last year.

The single is accompanied by a hilarious new video (which is included on the DVD format), directed by award-winning Tim Pope who was also at the helm for the videos to previous singles 'One Way Ticket' and 'Is It Just Me'.

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The Darkness - Is It Just Me? 2050322 Reviews

The Darkness
"Is It Just Me?"

Single Review
Atlantic

The build-them-up-knock-them-down attitude of the British press always ensured that The Darkness wouldn't receive the hype that first welcomed the quartet from East Anglia. That's not to say that their second album, "One Way Ticket To Hell… And Back", was a poor record – far from it in fact – as it built on the formula of Led Zep-esque riffs and extravagant guitar solos that made so favoured to begin with.

"Is It Just Me?" is one of the stand-out tracks from "One Way Ticket…", a mid-tempo number that is driven along by Dan Hawkins' guitar playing. It screams out to be a stadium anthem, with Justin Hawkins at his operatic best, particularly on the grand chorus. Topped off with an exuberant solo, it goes some way to showing their critics that The Darkness are more than a novelty band who have out-stayed their welcome.

Alex Lai

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The Darkness, Is It Just Me, Video Stream 2074873 Videos 30th January 2006

The Darkness
Release New Single "Is It Just Me"
– 20.02.06.

The Darkness are set to release their new single 'Is it Just Me?' through Atlantic Records UK on 20th February. This will be the second single to be lifted from their current album 'One Way Ticket To Hell ...And Back' which is fast approaching platinum status.

Available on CD, DVD and limited edition 7" picture disc, the single includes 2 brand new b-sides recorded and produced by Dan Hawkins at his home studio. It will be accompanied by the hilarious new video directed by award-winning Tim Pope who was also at the helm for video to the previous single 'One Way Ticket'.

The band's forthcoming tour will see them performing their new material alongside the classics and the shows promise to be, as always, so much more than ordinary, with plenty of surprises along the way. Support comes from Juliette and The Licks and camp Swedish rockers The Ark.

Dates are as follows:

FEBRUARY

04 Dublin The Point
05 Belfast Odyssey
07 London Alexandra Palace
08 London Alexandra Palace
11 Sheffield Arena
12 Glasgow SECC
13 Newcastle Arena
15 Brighton Centre
16 Plymouth Pavillions
18 Manchester MEN Arena
19 Birmingham NEC
29Nottingham Arena

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The Darkness - One Way Ticket To Hell... And Back 2046912 Reviews

The Darkness
"One Way Ticket To Hell… And Back."

Must Destroy/Atlantic
Album Review

In the two years since the release of their debut record, things have changed vastly for The Darkness. Like many acts before them, they went from being darlings of the alternative scene to mainstream stars, and faced a backlash from those who originally adored them. The making of "One Way Ticket…" was interrupted by the sacking of bassist Frankie Poulain, but this obviously hasn't affected the band's confidence – guitarist Dan Hawkins has said: "The general feeling, listening to this record and knowing how difficult it was to make… is that we all think we're in the best band in the world again."

Title track and lead single "One Way Ticket" opens the album in trademark Darkness style, with a catchy riff and falsetto vocals all very much in check. It's stadium rock by numbers, and the mediocrity carries through to "Knockers", a mid-tempo affair built on a tight rhythm section. It's redeemed by a big chorus, but is far from special. The choice of Queen cohort Roy Thomas Baker becomes apparent on "Is It Just Me?" which finally sees the band step up a gear, with some soaring guitar work and a strong hook and chorus. Those who went to the Carling Festival 2004 may recall "Hazel Eyes", a track of Celtic mood with a stupidly catchy tune and daft chorus. It's everything that made The Darkness so loved when they first burst onto the scene, a knees-up that will put bounce into any audience!

A number of songs debuted on the band's arena tour last year have also made the cut, with the most impressive being "Dinner Lady Arms". The apologetic lyrics are sung in a convincing and uncharacteristically restrained style on a track with 'anthem' written all over it – much the opposite of the up tempo and dramatic "English Country Garden". An amusing novelty tune, it lifts the tone after the gloomier tone of "Bald", the heaviest track on the album. Musically imposing, it disappoints with a poor chorus after a promising build up. Also sub-standard is the finale song "Blind Man", a slow string-laden number that is easily forgettable.

While The Darkness have lost much of their novelty factor, it doesn't mean they are no longer a band worth your attention. "One Way Ticket…" utilises much of what made the band so enjoyable, and those looking to trash the quartet will be disappointed. At times they get it wrong, but in the main they produce catchy, fun songs that are easily digestible.

Alex Lai

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