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Cat: OSTGUTLP 2007. Rel: 13 Apr 16
Techno
  1. Martyn - "Jah Bedouin" (7:38)
  2. Atom TM & Tobias - "Physik E7532" (5:37)
  3. Planetary Assault Systems - "Hama Static" (5:21)
Review: The Zehn 12" sampler series from cam Ostgut Ton reaches edition Sieben and features Martyn, Atom TM, Tobias and Planetary Assault Systems on the cut. It's the DC-based Dutchman that takes the A-side honours with "Jah Bedouin", a trademark hybrid cruncher from Martyn that pairs a UK rhythmic bent with tunnelling dub techno vibes and the occasional, yet wholly enthusiastic vocal sample that inspired the title. Face down Tobias and Atom TM experiment with a darker strain of sinewy techno on "Physik E7532" whilst Luke Slater is in banger mode for closing PSA cut "Hama Static".
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Cat: MOTE 032. Rel: 01 Nov 12
Techno
  1. Voltan
  2. Pygar
  3. Turn
  4. Flat Tire
Review: If you were to find yourself late one Sunday afternoon jostling for position in a reconditioned power station, surrounded by ubermensch males, it's likely you're in Deep Heet. Techno music doesn't get much more self explanatory than this. "Voltan" is the most club-indulgent of the four track EP. A wall of undulating PAS noise shifts in and around a thrumming bassline. and the only audible deviation of instrumentation comes via pattering snares. Pent tensions encircle "Pygar" which gradually cools, as Slater reduces the track back to its original framework. "Turn" sheds the low end and fizzle of the aforementioned tracks, focusing on hypnotic and bleeping loops and disturbing Hitchcock-like insignia, while Slater reintroduces his fearsome hiss on "Flat Tire" with gargantuan war horns.
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No Exit (12")
Cat: MOTE 037. Rel: 12 Sep 13
Techno
  1. No Exit
  2. Undertow
  3. Nanendi
Review: After the recent announcement of a forthcoming L.B Dub Corp album, Luke Slater's other alias, Planetary Assault Systems, provides its first transmission of 2013. Fans of "Bell Blocker" from PAS' stellar The Messenger album from 2011 will instantly warm to the cold chimes of "No Exit", while pink noise cushions the brooding, pitch-dark groove of "Undertow". Slater then introduces agitated mind games on the EPs inner B-side with "Nanendi", which sounds like a school of crickets trapped in a haunted cathedral of distant Gregorian chant.
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Cat: OSTGUTCD 20. Rel: 21 Oct 11
Techno
  1. Railer (Further Exploration)
  2. Beauty In The Fear
  3. Human Like Us
  4. Bell Blocker
  5. Wriss
  6. Movement 12
  7. Call From The East
  8. Kray Squid
  9. Rip The Cut
  10. Motif
  11. Cold Bolster
  12. Black Tea
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Cat: MOTE 027. Rel: 24 Nov 11
Techno
  1. Function 4 (Marcel Dettmann remix)
  2. Function 4 (Chris Liebing 2011 rework)
  3. Function 4 (original)
Review: Not content with recently delivering a behemoth of a new Planetary Assault System album for Ostgut in the shape of The Messenger, Luke Slater deems the moment is right to revisit a former glory under the pseudonym, backed of course with some heavyweight remixes. Originally out on Peacefrog over a decade ago, Function 4 established Slater's talent for crafting unrelenting, churning metallic techno and still retains potency some ten years on. This EP on his own Mote Evolver imprint is the first in a series of remix twelves with Ostgut's Marcel Dettmann leading the way with a typically all encompassing effort, corroding the groove with thick gloopy textures and waiting an absolute age before a rasping kick rises through. In contrast Chris Liebling's remix veers closer to the brittle, slightly nervous refrain of the source material.
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  1. Bell Blocker (Silent Servant remix)
  2. Beauty In The Fear (The Black Dog Destroyed On Purpose mix part 2)
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Cat: MOTE 030. Rel: 05 Jul 12
Techno
  1. Function 4 (Lucy remix 1)
  2. Function 4 (Marcel Dettmann Base dub remix)
  3. Function 4 (Shifted remix)
  4. Function 4 (Lucy remix 2)
Review: Mote Evolver return with another salvo of reworks from three of techno's biggest names, following last year's remixes of Planetary Assault Systems' massive "Function 4" from Marcel Dettmann and Chris Liebling. Dettmann returns for more with a "Base dub" remix which is a more stripped back affair than his more full bodied first attempt, concentrating instead on subtle rhythmic nuances. Stroboscopic Artefacts' Lucy provides two remixes - one utilising a minimal breakbeat over shrill pads, and one that piles on the atmosphere with its swathes of reverb. Our pick however is Shifted's slickly executed revision, with a rolling rhythm that's packed densely around abstract tones.
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Cat: PFG 008. Rel: 04 Sep 01
Techno
  1. Darkcity
  2. I Am The Funkster
  3. Atomic
  4. Twelve
  5. Booster (album remix)
  6. From Above
  7. Groove For Thought
  8. Mind You Trip
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Cat: PFG 008CD. Rel: 09 Sep 01
Techno
  1. Darkcity
  2. I Am The Funkster
  3. Atomic
  4. Twelve
  5. Booster (album remix)
  6. From Above
  7. Groove For Thought
  8. Mind You Trip
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  1. Function 5
  2. Function 6
Played by: Decibel Flekx
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Cat: PF 012. Rel: 29 Sep 90
Techno
  1. In From The Night
  2. Gated
  3. Cutting Roland
  4. Twilight
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Cat: PF 016. Rel: 29 Sep 90
Techno
  1. Angel Street
  2. In From The Day
  3. Power Plant
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  1. Starway Ritual
  2. React Interact
  3. Forms
  4. Sleeping Sin Seemless
Played by: John Heckle
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Cat: PF 029. Rel: 29 Sep 90
Techno
  1. Booster
  2. Diesel Drudge
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Cat: PFG 001. Rel: 29 Oct 00
Techno
  1. Function 1
  2. Function 2
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  1. Function 3
  2. Function 4
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Cat: PF 079. Rel: 05 Dec 98
Techno
  1. Shift
  2. Tap Dance
  3. You Thought It
  4. Long Lost
  5. Jay Track One
  6. Screen
  7. Dungeon
  8. The Motive
Played by: Marcel Heese
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Cat: PF 079CD. Rel: 05 Dec 98
Techno
  1. Shift
  2. Tap Dance
  3. You Thought It
  4. Long Lost
  5. Jay Track One
  6. Screen
  7. Dungeon
  8. The Motive
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Cat: PF 081. Rel: 06 Mar 99
 
Techno
  1. Raise Up
  2. Fist Forward
  3. Take Back
  4. Calm Down
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Cat: PF 063CD. Rel: 10 Mar 97
 
Techno
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Cat: PF 078. Rel: 01 Nov 98
 
Techno
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Cat: PF 063. Rel: 10 Mar 97
 
Techno
  1. Searchin'
  2. The Menace
  3. Exploration Of The Ravish
  4. The Return
  5. The Dream
  6. The Battle
  7. Signal
  8. Shaken
  9. The Parting
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Cat: MOTE 038. Rel: 20 Feb 14
Techno
  1. Future Modular
  2. Riot In Silo 12
  3. Serc
Review: While Luke Slater is busy as always, his Planetary Assault Systems output has slowed since the release of the all conquering Messenger LP for Ostgut Ton in 2011. For this Future Modular 12", Slater is less visceral and more arpeggiated than previous releases, harking back to a '90s-early-2000s PAS-sound, specifically the A-side's title-track. On the B-sides there's the deep, trippy and linear "Serc", but before that there's a sinister "Riot In Silo 12" that's showered in 909-hi-hats to get through first.
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Cat: OSTGUTCD 09. Rel: 18 Jun 09
Techno
  1. Open Up
  2. Whoodoo
  3. Om The Def
  4. Hold It
  5. Enter Action
  6. X Speaks To X
  7. Attack Of The Mutant Camels
  8. Temporary Suspension
  9. Gateway To Minia
  10. Sticker Men
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Cat: MOTE 018. Rel: 01 Sep 10
Techno
  1. GT (James Ruskin remix)
  2. GT (Function & Sydenham remix)
  3. GT (PAS remix)
Review: Luke Slater dons his Planetary Assault Systems costume and woos some rather big producers into remixing his 2006 jerker "GT" for this EP for his own Mote Evolver imprint. UK techno throb stalwart James Ruskin retains the metallic tones of the original but reworks the overall sound into a nine minute excursion into unforgiving machine funk. Not to be outdone, Sandwell District charger Function teams up with US legend Jerome Sydenham deliver a sensory assault of a remix, characterised by nagging drone fx and drums that reverberate around your inner ear. To round things off nicely Luke Slater drops his own sludgy techno thumper as well as two menacing DJ tools for the more imaginative selectors.
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Remixes (12")
Cat: OSTGUTTON 31. Rel: 17 Nov 09
Techno
  1. X Speaks To X (Al Tourettes & Appleblim remix)
  2. Hold It (Deuce remix)
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Cat: PF 057. Rel: 02 Sep 96
Techno
  1. Surface Noise
  2. Gruve
  3. Funk Electric
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Cat: PFG 020. Rel: 08 Dec 01
Techno
  1. Track 1
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Cat: MOTE 050. Rel: 16 Mar 18
Techno
  1. Desert Races (7:31)
  2. Life Rhythm (4:32)
  3. Random Kingdom (6:06)
  4. Lazer Organical (6:11)
Review: UK don Luke Slater returns with the fourth instalment of Deep Heet. The last edition released in 2012 on his esteemed Mote Evolver imprint is recognised by those that know as some of the most reliable techno tools in recent years: who can forget the sinister hypnotism of "Flat Tire": what a classic! You can bet there's yet more austere and ergonomic tracks for serious DJ use on offer here. Starting off with the driving and cyclical grunt of "Desert Races", then the tunnelling and trance inducing bell melody of "Life Rhythm" representing the A side. On the flip, the full throttle intergalactic charge of Random Kingdom and the dystopian minimalism of "Lazer Organical" which would make even Mike Parker stand up and notice! Slater is still without doubt one of the most singular talents in techno, respect!
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Straight Shooting (clear vinyl double 12")
Cat: MOTE 055. Rel: 27 Feb 19
Techno
  1. Beam Riders (6:49)
  2. Born Anchors (6:11)
  3. Humans Use Concrete (5:31)
  4. Engage Now (7:18)
  5. Bear Bones (5:20)
  6. Give It Up (5:21)
Review: After a period of reissues, retrospectives and reflection, Luke Slater is once again ready to take on all comers with his full-throttle techno project Planetary Assault Systems. As the title suggests, "Straight Shooting" is not for the faint hearted, though fans of the producer's work under the long-held alias will absolutely love it. As with previous reelases, Slater pairs the far-sighted, sci-fi inspired futurism of Detroit with the bombastic, all-action loop techno flex of fellow British veterans Surgeon and Regis. Highlights include the alien techno slam of "Beam Riders", the relentless percussive pressure of "Humans Use Concrete", the dystopian darkness of "Engage Now" and the sweaty, glassy-eyed warehouse flex of EP standout "Give It Up".
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The Light Years Reworks (clear vinyl 3xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: MOTELP 03. Rel: 29 Nov 18
Techno
  1. Twelve (Marcel Fengler rework) (5:55)
  2. Diesel Grudge (Function rework) (8:46)
  3. Surface Noise (P.A.S. live edit) (10:39)
  4. Twelve (Psyk rework) (4:57)
  5. Booster (Octave One rework) (7:19)
  6. Function 6 (Kamikaze Space Programme rework) (6:07)
  7. Surface Noise (Lucy rework) (12:56)
  8. Temporary Suspension (Slam rework)
  9. Tap Dance (P.A.S. live edit) (7:33)
  10. Raid (Steve Bicknell rework)
  11. Whistle Viper (P.A.S. live edit) (6:00)
Review: British techno stalwart Luke Slater is now two decades into his ongoing Planetary Assault Systems adventures. To celebrate, he's handed over tracks recorded over the last 20 years to a hand picked group of remixers. It's a faultlessly floor-focused affair, with Lucy, Steve Bicknell, Function and Slam - whose acid-fired re-make of "Temporary Suspension" is an album highlight - all delivering typically no-nonsense interpretations of Slater's tracks. The producer himself delivers a handful of 'live edits' - versions created for his live shows - while Detroit legends Octave One smother "Booster" in classic Motor City melodies and the most positive of synthesizer refrains.
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Cat: MOTE 041. Rel: 18 Feb 15
Techno
  1. The Eyes Themselves
  2. Strange Attractor
  3. Arc
Review: Some new Planetary Assault Systems material from Mr Luke Slater is always a welcome sight and The Eyes Themselves finds the techno pioneer on suitably mind bending form. Issued naturally by his own Mote Evolver, this three track 12" bristles with the sort of intense, physical energy that makes the music feel alive and somewhat alien with the title track a perfect embodiment. Across the six minutes, "The Eyes Themselves" develops from a dark throb into full blown techno psychedelia that possesses the ability to draw the more open minds into another dimension. Similar things could be said about "Strange Attractor" so we will draw your attention to the B side cut "Arc" where intensity is the predominant characteristic across the eight thrilling minutes.
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Arc Angel (3xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: OSTGUTLP 23. Rel: 06 Oct 18
Techno
  1. Angel Of The East (2:40)
  2. Tri Fn Trp (5:31)
  3. Sonar Falls (7:52)
  4. Interlude 1 (1:26)
  5. Message From The Drone Sector (8:12)
  6. Merry Go Round (5:21)
  7. Interlude 2 (0:48)
  8. Behind The Eyes (6:39)
  9. Bawoo Bawoo (8:45)
  10. Interlude 3 (0:48)
  11. Revolution One (5:23)
  12. Interlude 4 (1:45)
  13. Blue Monk (8:57)
  14. Groucho (7:16)
  15. Interlude 5 (0:30)
  16. The Rider (4:48)
  17. Max (6:02)
  18. Interlude 6 (2:07)
  19. The Last Scene (6:10)
Review: Any new material from Luke Slater under the Planetary Assault Systems alias is something to celebrate, but rarely has the techno veteran dropped such an expansive set as Arc Angel. Boasting a positively overwhelming 20 tracks over three weighty slabs of vinyl, the first PAS album for five years is as spacey, hypnotic and intoxicating as anything in the British techno legend's vast catalogue. While mostly focused on atmospheric, Motor City influenced dancefloor futurism - and, let's face it, few do that better than Slater - Arc Angel also boasts a handful of inspired ambient cuts, some vintage, UK style "intelligent techno", and occasional nods towards UK contemporaries such as Surgeon, James Ruskin, Mark Broom and Oliver Ho.
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FORTHCOMING
Plantae
Plantae (double 12")
Cat: OTON 123. Rel: 01 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Red
  2. Whip It Good
  3. Spell A
  4. Kamani
  5. Mugwort
  6. Peru Drift
Review: Earlier in the year, Luke Slater offered up one of the most full-throttle and mind-altering Planetary Assault Systems releases of recent times, "Straight Shooting". He opts for a similarly mind-altering, forthright fusion of sci-fi sounds and jacking techno rhythms on this fine double EP, which marks the British veteran's return to Ostgut Ton after a three-year break. It was apparently inspired by his experiences in Berghain and on tracks like "Red" - all looped bleeps, computerized rhythms and hazy vocal samples - and the thrusting, acid-fired tribal stomp of "Whip It Good" you can definitely hear the influence of the Berlin club space. It's there, too, in the wonky broken techno/electro fusion of "Kamani" and the feverish "Peru Drift", which sounds like a 21st century take on Jaydee's "Plastic Dreams".
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Arc Angel (2xCD + MP3 download code)
Cat: OSTGUTCD 37. Rel: 27 Sep 16
Techno
  1. Cassette
  2. Angel Of The East
  3. Tri Fn Trp
  4. Sonar Falls
  5. Interlude 1
  6. Message From The Drone Sector
  7. Merry Go Round
  8. Interlude 2
  9. Behind The Eyes
  10. Bawoo Bawoo
  11. Interlude 3
  12. Revolution One
  13. Interlude 4
  14. Blue Monk
  15. Groucho
  16. Interlude 5
  17. The Rider
  18. Max
  19. Interlude 6
  20. The Last Scene
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  1. Dungeon (O Phase remix) (8:12)
  2. The Gated (Ben Sims edit) (6:26)
  3. Dungeon (PAS 1997 original) (6:24)
Review: More than any other UK techno producer, Luke Slater has remained at the cutting edge. This is partly due to his ability to make forward-thinking music, but as this new series demonstrates, he also possesses an uncanny knack for pairing off with other inspired artists. "Gated" is vintage PAS material from the 90s, its distorted rhythm lent a housey bias here thanks to Ben Sims' superb remix. It's hard to believe that "Dungeon", available here in its original format, dates back to 1997, as its bleepy, tunneling groove and its 'swarm of bee' hums make for exactly the kind of hypnotic sounds that many modern producers try - and fail - to emulate. Completing this excellent release is a dry, tribal version of "Dunegon" by O [Phase] from Token.
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  1. Kat (Josh Wink reinterpretation) (10:15)
  2. Kat (8:49)
Review: Part one of this Funk 22 Light Years Series Luke Slater is turning out at the moment on his Mote-Evolver label took in remixes from Token's Phase and Ben Sims with a classic '97 PAS remix of Dungeon making the cut too. For part two, Slater looks towards Ovum boss Josh Wink who turns in a progressive builder that's slightly more melodic and trippier than the original "Kat". It's tech house shake is undeniable! Meanwhile, "Kat" itself is tribal, uptempo and proper '90s looped techno. It's an EP of two halves - so which one are you: tech or techno?
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Archivestwo (2xLP)
Cat: PFG 033. Rel: 16 Nov 02
Techno
  1. Seachin
  2. Sleepin Sin Seemless
  3. Gruve
  4. The Return
  5. Angel Street
  6. Forms
  7. Take Back
  8. The Parting
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Cat: PFG 033CD. Rel: 15 Nov 02
Techno
  1. Searchin
  2. Forms
  3. Gruve
  4. Take Back
  5. The Return
  6. Booster
  7. Angel Street (Surgeon remix)
  8. You Thought It
  9. The Parting
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FORTHCOMING
Live At Cocoon Ibiza
Cat: CORMIX 060. Rel: 18 Oct 19
 
Techno
  1. Angel Of The East
  2. Peru Drift
  3. Engage Now
  4. Whistle Viper
  5. Message From The Drone Sector
  6. Unreleased
  7. Desert Races
  8. Arc
  9. Eyes Themselves
  10. Rip The Cut
  11. Raww
  12. Give It Up
  13. Voodoo
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LFRMX 013 (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: LFRMX 013. Rel: 27 Feb 19
Techno
  1. Planetary Assault Systems - "Twelve" (Hardspace mix) (6:29)
  2. Cristian Vogel - "Xpute The Whoop Whoop" (Hardspace mix) (5:53)
  3. Marcelus - "Multiply" (Deepspace mix) (5:15)
Review: For the 13th edition of the LFRMX series, Figure chief Len Faki gives the ever reliable Hardspace treatment to a trio of well worthy sonic weapons from the genre's history. Luke Slater's Planetary Assault Systems originally released "Twelve" around the turn of the millennium, and Faki's sturdy rendition loudly exclaims "lift off"! Brighton legend Cristian Vogel's 2007 thrasher "Xpute The Whoop Whoop" is equally worthy of the same treatment - stretching out that infectious pulse of a sound and letting it drop again at just the right moment. On the flip, get your dose of some trance-inducing and mentalist A.M. energy with the transfixing grip of Faki's Deepspace Mix of Marcelus' "Multiply".
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Ben Sims pres Tribology Sampler 1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MachineSampler 001. Rel: 26 Nov 18
Techno
  1. Planetary Assault Systems - "The Grinder" (7:14)
  2. Mark Broom - "Peak" (4:38)
  3. Damon Wild - "Status" (5:12)
  4. Insolate - "Strike" (5:58)
Review: Born out of the prominent London techno night with the same name, the Machine label launches in style with the Tribology compilation mixed by label and party co-founder Ben Sims, a lynchpin of the British techno scene. This first sampler from the exclusives-packed mix sees an all star cast offering up their hard-hitting wares in uncut form. Planetary Assault Systems is on searing form with "The Grinder" while Mark Broom's "The Peak" pings all kinds of raucous, discordant synth lines around the mix. Damon Wild has a more paranoid tint to his own fist-shaking banger, and Insolate rounds the record off with the stealthy, strafing tones of "Strike".
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  1. Planetary Assault Systems - "Booster"
  2. Maurizio - "Ploy" (Strategic mix)
  3. Renato Cohen - "Pontape"
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