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Presence
Presence
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great, but not great by Led Zeppelin standards, July 19 2004
This review is from: Presence (Audio CD)
Presence (1976.) Led Zeppelin's seventh album.
In 1976, Led Zeppelin released their seventh studio album, the oddly-entitled Presence. With their previous studio effort, Physical Graffiti, Led Zeppelin had served up a double-LP rock and roll masterpiece that has been hailed as one of the band's finest, if not THE finest, release of their career. As you probably would have guessed, fans of Plant, Jones, Page, and Bonham had high hopes for the release that would follow Physical Graffiti. How does the Presence album measure up? If you want to find out, read on.
After hearing the masterpiece entitled Physical Graffiti, this album was a letdown. Rather than a double-LP set with a widely diverse mixture of tracks, this was only a single-disc set in which most of the tracks stuck to the same general styling - that of hard rock. Fortunately, the album still has its share of musical diversity and excellent songs. The most widely loved track to come from this album is, by far, Achilles' Last Stand. This is a rock and roll masterpiece, and it's not surprising that so many Zeppelin fans have praised it over the years. The other tracks never achieved the same type of success that that this one did, but they too are excellent. For this album, as I previously stated, the band sticks to a hard rock styling for the most part, but each track does manage to maintain a sense of individuality. Still, it's not the band's finest work, and is really an album only for the die-hard fans. I'm guessing the band probably rush-recorded it, so that they could get a follow-up to Physical Graffiti on the marker as soon as possible, and cash in on the success of that album. It's not perfect, but still damn good.
Like the other Led Zeppelin albums, the version of this album that is readily available in America (as of July 19, 2004) is the standard remastered edition. I really don't feel one way or another about this remaster series, but I DO feel that many stores rip people off by jacking the price of the band's album's up. Accordingly, if you're planning on buying any Led Zeppelin albums, DO NOT GET THEM INDIVIDUALLY - GET THE COMPLETE STUDIO RECORDINGS BOX SET INSTEAD! The price looks steep, but in actuality, it is a much better value.
What else can be said? This isn't really a great album by Led Zeppelin's standards, but it's still a very good album. Still, new fans should consider starting with another album (but steer clear of hits compilations! All of the band's compilations are horrible!) Final verdict? This one's for the die-hard fans. Mew fans need to start elsewhere.

Physical Graffiti (2CD)
Physical Graffiti (2CD)
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4.0 out of 5 stars 4.5 stars - Not their finest work, but damn good nonetheless, July 19 2004
This review is from: Physical Graffiti (2CD) (Audio CD)
Physical Graffiti (1975.) Led Zeppelin's sixth album.
By 1975, Led Zeppelin had already proven themselves to be gods of rock and roll. What the Beatles were to the sixties, Led Zeppelin was to the seventies. The band had already released five albums, each one of which being excellent. Already they had experimented with a number of sounds, sometimes with excellent results, sometimes with, well, less than stellar results. The band released its sixth album, entitled Physical Graffiti, in 1975. How do Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Bonham, and John Paul Jones measure up this time around? Read on for my review of the album.
This is Led Zeppelin's most lengthy album, and the only one of their studio albums that is long enough to merit a two compact disc release. Many people compare Led Zeppelin to the Beatles, and perhaps this album is one of the greatest parallels between the two bands - it is VERY similar to the Beatles' self-titled "White" album in a number of ways. The first disc features seven hard-rocking instant classics that have since become Led Zepplin fan favorites. Is it humanly possible NOT to enjoy the classic hard rock stylings of Custard Pie and the Rover? Perhaps one of the most interesting songs of all is In My Time Of Dying, a song that Bob Dylan originally recorded on his 1962 self-titled debut album. The band brings new life into an already excellent song - something they proved they could do beautifully on their own debut album. Houses Of The Holy gives us more of that blues-flavored hard rock that the band served up so heavily in the old days, and does a damn good job of it. Trampled Under Foot is one of the band's most memorable rockers of all, mostly due to its catchy beat and instrument stylings. But the most memorable track of all on the album, is by far, the legendary Kashmir. The band's combination of hard rock with a somewhat middle-eastern sound makes for a damn fine tune. The first disc was nothing but masterpieces, no questions asked. Sadly, the second disc isn't fortunate enough to be so lucky. The second disc has many excellent songs, but there are also many of them that fall below the band's usual standard. This is one of the interesting parallels with the Beatles' self-titled album - they are both dual-disc, "hit or miss" albums that would have been better off being a single-disc album of nothing but masterpieces than the dual-disc mixture of masterpieces and fillers. Still, even though many of those songs fall below Led Zeppelin's usual standard, they are still VERY good when compared with other bands of any era. This is NOT a bad album by any means - in fact, it's very good - just not Zeppelin's best.
Like the other Led Zeppelin albums (as of July 19, 2004), the version of the album that is readily available in stores is the most recent remastered version. Sadly though, due to Zeppelin's massive popularity, many stores will jack up the price of their albums. Fortunately, the band offers an alternative to wasting too much money - the Complete Studio Recordings box set. I urge you to buy this set and NOT to buy the albums separately - otherwise you're going to get ripped off - in particular on this album, because it is dual-disc.
Physical Graffiti isn't quite the masterpiece that some Zeppelin fans hold it out to be, but it is still a damn fine album (there is no such thing as a bad Led Zeppelin studio album.) If you're new to the band, DO NOT buy a hits compilation - none of them can do the band justice. Also, don't start with this album. While good, it's bound to give you the wrong impression about the band. As a final verdict, I would have to recommend this album only to die-hard fans of the band due to the dual-disc nature jacking the price up. New fans, I suggest either shelling out the cash and getting the Complete Studio Recordings box set, or starting with the band's untitled fourth album. To put it simply, Physical Graffiti IS a damn good album, it's just not the best starting place.

Box Set
Box Set
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3.0 out of 5 stars For fans only, July 18 2004
This review is from: Box Set (Audio CD)
Buffalo Springfield was a great classic rock act, but sadly, they never really got the credit they deserved. This was strange, because the band contained some future rock stars, including Stephen Stills, Jim Messina and Neil Young. The band's folk/country rock stylings were excellent, but their popularity paled in comparison to the Byrds and Bob Dylan, the mastermind folk rockers of the day. What a shame. Just because these guys were less popular doesn't mean they were less interesting. How does the Buffalo Springfield Box Set measure up? Read on and find out.
PROS:
-THIS BOX SET FEATURES A TON OF RARITIES BY THE BAND THAT NEVER MADE IT ONTO ALBUMS. If you're one of the few die-hard Buffalo Springfield fans out there who can't live without owning all of the band's compositions, this set is for you. There are tons of demos, alternative takes, and even tracks that never made it onto the band's albums.
-THE FIRST TWO ALBUMS ARE HERE, COMBINED ONTO A SINGLE DISC! It's great to finally have the first two albums combined together like such. After all, it's easier to haul around a single disc instead of two of them!
CONS:
-THE SET IS A COMPLETE RIP-OFF! Sixty dollars for four discs worth of material? The entire studio discography that was commercially released could have fit on TWO DISCS, with plenty of room for rarities! A two-disc box would have been a much better value.
-THE SET IS REPETITIVE. Many of the songs are just alternative takes/versions, so there's a lot of redundancy in some places in the set.
-WHY ISN'T THE MATERIAL ARRANGED CHRONOLOGICALLY!? If you're one of those fans of the band who got used to the original arrangements of songs on the classic albums, this is bound to mess with your head.
-ABOVE ALL, WHY THE LACK OF LIVE MATERIAL!? The band was great live, so there's really no excuse for having four discs of material and not one live song.
OVERALL:
The record company could have done a two-disc, affordable set, but NO - they had to rip people off. I don't mean to diss Buffalo Springfield - they are a GREAT band and their stuff really needs to be heard to be appreicated - it's the record company I'm disappointed in. If you're a Buffalo Springfield die-hard, by all means shell out the cash for this set - I think you'll be really happy with it if you're a die-hard fan. If you're anything less, bypass it and get the albums separately.

Last Time Around
Last Time Around
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4.0 out of 5 stars Their third and final album, July 18 2004
This review is from: Last Time Around (Audio CD)
Last Time Around (1968.) Buffalo Springfield's third album.
Despite having released two excellent and wildly diverse rock and roll albums, Buffalo Springfield just never managed to achieve any major popularity. This was a shame, because they really were excellent musicians. Among their ranks were the widely talented Stephen Stills (who wrote most of the band's compositions) and the future rock legend Neil Young. For the band's third album, which would be their final one, they recruited new bass player Jim Messina (who would achieve great fame in the seventies playing alongside Kenny Loggins.) How does the band's final album, the appropriately-titled Last Time Around, measure up? Read on for my review.
This was Buffalo Springfield's third and final album. The band must have finally realized that their music, while good, could never be as influential as that of, say, the Byrds or Bob Dylan (the major folk-oriented rockers of the day.) It was a shame that they decided to call it quits, but before quitting, the band served up this album, and I'm glad they did. By far Buffalo Springfield's greatest strength was their musical diversity, and they serve up plenty of that on this album, drawing influences from a number of genres and artists of the day. There's really not a whole lot more that I can say about this album, but it's not quite as good as it's predecessor, Buffalo Springfield Again. However, in my mind, it DOES top the band's self-titled debut. It's doubtful that any fan of the band will be disappointed with it.
Like the other Buffalo Springfield releases (as of July 18, 2004), there is only one version of the album readily available on CD. This is a real shame, because it could use some remastering and bonus tracks, since so many of the band's excellent rarities are unavaiable outside of their restrictively expensive box set. If there are executives from the record company reading this, I urge you to reissue the band's catalogue and remaster it!
Last Time Around was, well, the last time around for Buffalo Springfield, but it certainly wasn't the last time around for the members of the band. Several spin-off bands were born from the downfall of Buffalo Springfield, including Crosby Stills Nash And Young, Poco, and Loggins And Messina. Many of the former members also released solo albums. Last Time Around stands as the last effort by this great classic rock band, so it's fortunate that its members would find successes elsewhere. If you're new to Buffalo Springfield, I would have to recommend either starting with the band's sophomore effort Buffalo Springfield Again, or the Retrospective hits compilation. This is an excellent album, no question, it's just not a very good starting point for new fans.

Again
Again
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4.0 out of 5 stars 4.5 stars - Their finest album, July 18 2004
This review is from: Again (Audio CD)
Buffalo Springfield Again (1967.) Buffalo Springfield's first album.
With Buffalo Springfield's 1966 debut, they didn't really perform anything revolutionary with their country/folk rock hybrid sound, and thus, went unrecognized by the casual rock and roll fan of the day. This was a shame, because the band's fusion of the styles proved to be one of the finest of its time. The band featured Stephen Stills and Neil Young, two future rock legends - and this is where their mainstream musical exposure began. The band followed up 1966's debut with their sophomore album the following year. Read on for my review of Buffalo Springfield Again.
Many rock and roll artists fall victim to the sophomore jinx, a condition in which an artist's second album fails to top their debut. Fortunately, Buffalo Springfield does not fall victim to this musical curse. In fact, their sophomore album is the finest release of their three-album career! Everything the first album did, this one does better (but that's not the say the first album was a bad album, because it wasn't.) Diversity was one of the greatest strengths of the band's first album, and once again, it manages to be a strength. From blues rock to bluegrass, from folk rock to mainstream oriented rock, the band covers more musical ground here than they did the first time around. Once again, Stephen Stills manages to be the hero of the day, serving up several fantastic compositions. One of the most interesting compositions he serves up is Everydays, a jazz-oriented rocker that is actually damn good! Neil Young also gets a bit more involved in the songwriting here, serving up his own share of tunes. Young's most popular composition would have to be Mr. Soul, a damn fine classic rocker. It's a shame that so many of these tunes go unrecognized, because every one is excellent in its own way. In the end, this is Buffalo Springfield's finest album overall.
To date (as of June 18, 2004), the only version of this album that is readily available on CD in America is the original issue. I'm really hoping the band decides to remaster this album, because the sound quality really could be better. And hopefully, if and when it's remastered, we get expanded liner notes and bonus tracks - many of the band's little rarities are not available outside their restrictively expensive box set.
Buffalo Springfield Again is an excellent sophomore effort from a band that is unfairly overlooked by so many rock and roll fans. If you only get one release from the band, I would have to recommend the Retrospective hits package, but if you don't like compilations and want to get one of the band's actual albums, this would be one to buy. No album captures the band in its prime the way this one does.

Contraband
Contraband
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5.0 out of 5 stars An awesome album if you can get into it, July 18 2004
This review is from: Contraband (Audio CD)
Contraband (2004.) Velvet Revolver's first album.
In recent years, Stone Temple Pilots disbanded and Guns 'N' Roses has been left in ruins. Fortunately, several of the musicians who had made these bands so great weren't about to stop rocking. In late spring of 2004, Velvet Revolver released their first album, Contraband. This new band featured former Stone Temple Pilots vocalist Scott Weiland, and former Guns 'N' Roses members Slash and Duff McKagan. The two bands that these musicians came from were wildly different, and at this point in time, modern rock and roll was at an all-time low. Does Velvet Revolver's debut prevail? Read on for my review.
When I first heard about this band, I had some serious doubts. Guns 'N' Roses and Stone Temple Pilots are two totally different bands, and I thought that combining members of the bands would be an instant recipe for failure. My doubts were only strengthed by the fact that rock and roll of the era in which this album was released was at an all-time low in terms of quality. My skepticism was shattered as soon as I sat down and actually listened to the album. THIS is the way early twenty-first century rock and roll should sound! Rather than combining the stylings of the bands that the members came from, this album sounds more like a continuation of early-era Stone Temple Pilots, and that's a very good thing. Admittingly, on a few tracks, Weiland's vocals take some serious getting used to, but once you adjust to them, you'll agree that they are excellent. And, as you probably would have suspected, Slash and Duff McKagan are no slouches when it comes to the instrumental duties in the band. Another great strength of this album is the song diversity. There are straight-up hard and heavy rockers, slower, grunge-based rockers, and even a few ballads. The ballads are surprisingly good tracks! From start to finish, Contraband doesn't have a dull moment. Why can't all early twenty-first century rock and roll sound this good?
When you buy this album, make sure that you are buying the uncensored explicit lyrics version and not the edited version (there IS an edited version out there, so beware.) Something else I noticed is that the album comes in a slipcase, and there are many different colored slipcases that the album comes in. Of course, this is strictly cosmetic, so whatever one you buy is a matter of personal preference. And to all of you who are above average fans, there is an import version with one extra track.
Velvet Revolver's debut album is nothing short of excellent. There were a number of other rock bands from this era who all pretty much sucked, and Velvet Revolver's music blew theirs out of the water, hands down. If you're a fan of the Stone Temple Pilots, this is an album well worth adding to your collection.

Buffalo Springfield
Buffalo Springfield
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4.0 out of 5 stars A good debut album, July 17 2004
This review is from: Buffalo Springfield (Audio CD)
Buffalo Springfield (1966.) Buffalo Springfield's first album.
Although the first half of the sixties was dominated by pop-rock acts who were more concerned with scoring big, high-charting hits, the second half of the decade saw a radical transformation of the genre. Rock and roll acts began to get progressive. Among the progressive acts were those musicians who attempted to fuse folk music stylings with those of rock and roll. Among these musicians were the legendary Bob Dylan, the wildly-successful Byrds, and the lesser-known Buffalo Springfield. Although the band contained future rock and roll sensations Stephen Stills and Neil Young, they just never managed to achieve very much chart success. This was a shame, because Springfield's music was VERY good. Their debut album was released in 1966. Read on for my review.
As I previously stated, this was the first Buffalo Springfield album. It's also far from perfect. That said, this is still a damn good album that manages to cover a lot of musical ground. The true star on this album is, surprisingly, Stephen Stills and NOT Neil Young! Stills makes the most contributions to the album, while Young doesn't contribute too much at all. It's also interesting to note that Young hasn't found his voice on this album. Still, he sounds good. The other members of the band, the lesser-known but still excellent folks, serve up their own compositions as well, and they are all excellent in their own way. Although a relatively short album, it does cover a lot of musical ground. There are Beatles-esque songs, songs that are the perfect fusion of rock and folk music, slower-paced tunes, and even experimental songs. And through and through, Stephen Stills proves himself to be the hero of the day, and his comrades prove to be no slouches themselves. In the end this is a solid sixties rock album - enough said.
Upon doing some research on the band, I discovered that the version of this album that was released on CD (and is readily avaiable on CD as of July 17, 2004) is NOT the original album. The original version of the album's first track was Baby Don't Scold Me. This CD reissue of the album (and probably several of the pre-CD reissues) features the band's biggest hit of all, For What It's Worth, in place of that track. I don't really blame the band for doing this track - It's Stephen Stills' masterpiece, after all. Still, I think the band should have restored the song that was cut - they had plenty of room to do so on the CD. In fact, they could have fit this album, that missing song and the band's entire SECOND album on a single disc! Oh well, I'm not complaining.
Buffalo Springfield were musical masterminds. The band was never quite as influential as the Byrds or Bob Dylan, and sadly, this ends up being their commercial downfall - because of their lack of successes and influential nature, they have become forgotten rockers. This is a real shame, because their material is some of the finest country/folk rock music out there. You could call it folk rock OR country rock, or maybe a bit of both, but I just call it excellent. A little word of advice, though - If you're new to the band, either start with their second album, Buffalo Springfield Again, or the Retrospective hits compilation. They serve as a much better introduction to the band than this, even if this was the first album.

Chelsea Girl
Chelsea Girl
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4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent stuff, but not for everybody, July 9 2004
This review is from: Chelsea Girl (Audio CD)
Chelsea Girl (1967.) Nico's first solo album.
In 1966, The Velvet Underground recorded their first studio album, Velvet Underground And Nico. Although most of the tracks on that album featured Lou Reed singing, a few of them featured Nico. When the band enlisted Andy Warhol's management, Nico (who Warhol obviously quite liked) joined the band. However, after releasing the first album in 1967, the band dropped Warhol's management, and along with him Nico left the band. Fortunately, this wasn't going to be the end of Nico's musical career. Following her departure from the Velvets, she recorded her first solo album, Chelsea Girl. It was released in 1967, less than a year after the Velvet Underground album she sang a few tracks on. Read on for my review of Nico's first solo effort.
If you liked the Nico tracks that appeared on the Velvet Underground album, chances are you'll like this album. Her voice can be a little tough to get used to at first, but chances are you'll grow to love it deeply. I should warn you, though - this album, while good, does quite differ from the Velvet Underground album that she sang on. While the Velvets were an artsy rock group that heavily emphasized the typical instruments you'd expect from a pop-rock band (guitars, drums, etc.), this Nico album is a bit more heavy on orchestral arrangements. While this transition can be a little tricky to make, once you make it, you should agree that this is an excellent album. Interestingly, most of the songs on here are NOT Nico originals - they were mostly co-written by other famous rockers of the day (Jackson Brown and Bob Dylan to name a few), and Nico's former Velvet Underground cohorts (including Lou Reed.) On every song on the album, Nico sings excellently. Even though there aren't a whole lot of her originals on here (she only wrote one of the songs, and even then, she only CO-wrote it), you probably won't care.
Sadly, it seems that (as of July 9, 2004) this album is out of print in America, or only available in limited distribution (I had to hunt long and hard to find me a copy.) This means that you're either going to have to hunt long and hard for one yourself, or order one from an internet retailer. It's a shame the album isn't more readily available, because it IS quite good.
In the end, Nico's solo debut is an excellent album. However, like my review title states, this stuff is NOT for everybody. This is ONLY for the open-minded. But if you can get used to Nico's sound, you'll agree that it's an excellent one indeed. It's sad that Nico is so underrated, because very few female musicans have a voice this good.

Runaway: The Very Best of Del Shannon
Runaway: The Very Best of Del Shannon
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5.0 out of 5 stars As good as a single-disc dosage of Del could get, July 7 2004
Del Shannon was one of America's young up and coming rock and roll stars in the early sixties, and one of the first rock and roll musicians to emphasize the usage of synthesizers. Unfortunately, Del's true genius was never recognized. Despite scoring a few hits earlier in the decade, he was immediately overshadowed by the numerous other rock and roll acts that came in the decade. Many collections of Del's songs have been released over the years, including this one. Read on for my review, and see if this collection is any better than the earlier releases.
PROS:
-ALL THE BIG HITS ARE HERE. Chances are that you really just wanted a Del Shannon hits compilation for the hits Runaway and Keep Searchin', and needless to say, you'll get them both in this set.
-UNDERRATED MASTERPIECES CAN BE FOUND IN THIS SET, AND A LOT OF THEM. Most of Del Shannon's songs never got the proper recognition that they deserved, but were still excellent songs. In this set, you'll be able to hear many of those songs.
-YOU GET A BONUS TRACK - AN ALTERNATE VERSION OF RUNAWAY. Although this version of the songs is really nothing spectacularly different from the "classic" version, it's still a nice bonus.
-THE SET IS A HUGE VALUE. You get THIRTY TRACKS on a single compact disc! No other single-disc Del Shannon hits compilation has so many songs on one disc.
CONS:
-Really, unless you're a die-hard fan of Del Shannon who is willing to debate the tracklist, there's not much wrong with this set.
OVERALL:
Overall this is a damn good set, and quite possibly the finest Del Shannon compilation on the market. If you're looking for a Del Shannon hits compilation and can't seem to decide which one is for you, this is the one to get, hands down.

30th Anniversary Collection / 3cd Set
30th Anniversary Collection / 3cd Set
Offered by Vanderbilt CA
Price: CDN$ 27.95
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5.0 out of 5 stars If you only buy one Searchers collection, make it this one, July 7 2004
The Searchers. Sadly, they have all but been forgotten these days. For those of you not familiar with the band, they were one of the many great British Invasion bands of the sixties, but their popularity was short lived due to the successes of some of their peers, like the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. Still, the Searchers shelled out some damn fine songs during their days together. Many Searchers retrospectives have been released over the years, including this three-disc one. How does it measure up? Read on and find out.
PROS:
-IF IT'S THE BIG HITS YOU'RE LOOKING FOR, THEY'RE ALL HERE. The Sonny Bono-penned tune, Needles And Pins, the Orlons cover Don't Throw Your Love Away, and of course, the Coasters cover, Love Potion Number Nine, are all here for your listening pleasure.
-THERE ARE UNDERRATED MASTERPIECES HERE, AND A WHOLE LOT OF THEM. Many of the Searchers' songs were never very popular, but almost all of them were excellent compositions. Many of these underrated songs were previously unavailable in a Searchers collection, and that has been fixed!
-THIS SET IS A GREAT VALUE. The amount being asked for this set may seem steep at first, but in actuality, it couldn't be a better value. You get over eighty songs! That's less than fifty cents a song!
-RARITIES. This is more than just a casual fan's best of collection. The set contains a TON of rarities. You've got B-Sides, as well as long-forgotten alternate takes and versions of other songs. This makes the set ideal to the above-average and casual Searchers fans alike.
-EXTRAS. The set includes a mini-poster, as well as some band facts that you probably didn't know! Whoever compiled this set went the extra mile to make it something above average.
-THIS IS THE BEST SEARCHERS COLLECTION EVER. Many collections have been put together before for this band, but never one like this. What any other Searchers collection does, this one does better.
CONS:
-SONG SELECTION MAY FAIL TO PLEASE SOME SEARCHERS DIE-HARDS. As some Amazon reviewers have stated, some of their personal favorite tunes were omitted from the set. But really, this is a small flaw.
OVERALL:
Overall this is a damn good set, and I mean DAMN good! The Searchers will probably never get the proper credit that they deserve, but hopefully sets like this will help to bring the credit their way. There has never been a Searchers collection this good before, and chances are that there never will be. If you're a fan of sixties British Invasion bands, do not hesitate to add this to your collection.

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