06 November, 2020 | #FridayFever Bruce Springsteen Interview & Music Special | 97.9 FM

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U.S. performer Bruce Springsteen plays his Fender Telecaster guitar while singing his hit song “Born in the U.S.A.” as he completed his world tour at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in September 1985. (AP Photo/Lennox McLendon)

SPECIAL INTERVIEW: Hunter Tynan Davis

THEAUSSIEWORD.COM catches up with Nashville based singer/songwriter Hunter Davis.

How and where did it all begin for you? What drew your interest to the music industry?

  • My father is a songwriter (we wrote Sticks and Storms together) so wordsmithing and music was just a part of life from my earliest recollections. Entering into songwriting and music was one of those things that seemed as natural as taking over a family business.

What motivates or influences you in your quest to make great music?

  • Authenticity and catharsis. For me personally, there’s a sense of needing to get words, melody, and material out of my head and into the world to allow it to become something else, for someone else. That authenticity and knowing it needs to live in the world, always drives me to make better music.

What can we expect from you in the coming months? Any plans to tour?

  • Well my first son will be born in a few weeks so I’ll be taking a short time off haha But I have two singles slated for release in early 2021 and with the state of the world its tough to say what the touring projection will be. In support of the singles its looking like a digital tour will be most likely.

Tell us a bit about your latest release and how would you best describe your music?

  • This latest release was written in the wake of the Nashville Tornado  that struck the night of March 2nd. I woke up about 10 secs before my fiance and I took a direct hit and the song outlines some of the moments and emotions of that event.
  • As far as my music, I just do my best to stick to the tenants of what I feel is honest and makes the best art. The craft of words and melody are gospel, whatever comes from that combo is what you hear from me.

Give us an insight into your creative process. What gets you writing songs?

  • As a writer I feel a certain obligation to capture the events, feelings, and emotions of life around me. Any number of those things can spark an idea that leads to a song. But often, I hear a melody within a particular chord progression of riff while playing guitar and I match that with an idea or emotion…and then I just ride that wave to see if it takes me anywhere. 

Is there a hidden meaning in any of your music? 

  • “Meaning” is subjective. I would personally say no, but that doesnt mean that the next person might discover a hidden meaning in a line or lyric that Ive written which, in that case, would turn that “no” into a “yes. Art resonates differently for everyone.

Success, what is the secret to it?

  • Determining what your definition of “success” is and then stubbornly and doggedly pursuing it. You have to stay in the game to win the prize, but theres no buzzers or periods to know when to stop… just gotta keep playing.

What has been your biggest career highlight so far?

  • On this last single I had the wonderful opportunity to work with producer Gena Johnson. Other than being one of the single most outstanding humans on the planet, she’s also engineered and produced some of the greatest(and personally my favorite) bands and artist records. From her, to the supporting band she assembled for the single, I was humbled and in awe of the talent that was in that studio. Hands down my biggest highlight.

Which stars of the music industry do you find inspiring?

  • Jason Isbell is hands down the most inspiring for me. From just a wordsmith perspective, he’s top of the mark. 

Are there any new projects in the pipeline?

  • Always. Other than the two singles slated for the release at the beginning of 2021, I also have an entire record that is tentatively releasing at the end of Summer 2021.

The music industry is constantly changing, where do you see yourself in a few years?

  •  I see myself continuously pursuing that highest quality music and content and being dynamic enough to know how to navigate that ever changing world.

What is your favourite and least favourite part about this line of work and why?

  • My favorite thing is “This line of work” and my least favorite is “This line of work” haha 

Name a few of your favourite Australian artists.

  • Not just one of my favorite Australian artists but one of my favorite artists ever, is Xavier Rudd. I discovered “Food in the Belly” around 2012 and was completely blown away. What an insane talent and so much respect for his views on the environment.
  • I know this will seem like an obvious answer and many Aussies will roll their eyes (yes, I know he was born in NZ) but hands down Keith Urban. Just an outstanding musician, writer, and overall person. 

The shape of the music industry has changed significantly over the years, including the use of social media, how do you feel about the industry as a whole and what does it mean to you in getting your records out into the public eye?

  • In so many ways the advent of social media has made our job better and more difficult all at once. You know have access to so much data (views, streams, numbers, regions of promotion etc etc) that it allows you to target audiences and interact more specifically. But its also potentially overwhelming for artists (aka me) who want to focus more on the craft of writing or performing,but now also have to run numbers like an accountant.

How will you continue appealing to the international market?

  • Just continue to release high quality material and remain within their sphere of awareness.  

Do you collaborate with others? Who is on your wish-list?

  • I know we already talked about him, but can I add Xavier Rudd to the wish list? haha 

What advice do you give for other artists wanting to follow in your footsteps?

  • Focus on your reasons for pursuing music and why its important. Follow that passionately and with honesty, it will cut down on a lot (not all) of the anxiety and mystery of the endeavor. 

A message for your fans. How do you best interact and respond with your followers and fans?

  • Thank you so much for listening! Feel free to reach out on Instagram or Facebook, I’m usually pretty good at responding to everyone! (just give me some time haha)

Any last words?

  • Wash your hands, believe in art, and don’t be an arsehole  

Website: www.huntertynandavis.com

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SPECIAL INTERVIEW: Midnight Drags

THEAUSSIEWORD.COM catches up with Melbourne power pop act Midnight Drags.

How and where did it all begin for you? What drew your interest to the music industry?

My earliest memories of falling in love with music are when I was around 6 or 7 years of age discovering my parents vinyl collection.. they were big pop music fans and I used to spend hours & hours listening to stuff like Men At Work, The Beatles, ABBA, Billy Joel, The Fureys, Willy Nelson, Carole King & Meatloaf standing on my tip toes turning albums over (the record player was quite high!). I was particularly obsessed with one 45 single: Little Red Riding Hood by Sam The Sham & The Pharaoes, me and my big sis and cousins would play it over and over running circles around the couch.. I think we were equal parts exhilarated and scared shitless of the howling he does throughout the song.. 

What motivates or influences you in your quest to make great music?

I’m motivated to keep growing and pushing as a writer when I hear other great music.. It’s always inspiring to hear what other talented musicians are creating. I’m constantly influenced by new and exciting music.

What are some of your biggest goals you hope to accomplish?

Well the cool thing is that I’ve already accomplished some of my biggest goals ie: setting up my own studio and getting to work with other crazy talented people.. Releasing my own music that i’m super proud of (insert plug: Long Way Back Down by Lucas James & the upcoming Bad Business by Midnight Drags). So looking to the future I just want to be able to continue to do what I’m doing..

What can we expect from you in the coming months? Any plans to tour?

No touring plans (yet).. I think I’m just going to focus on getting more of the Midnight Drags stuff out in the coming months and keep writing new music.

Tell us a bit about your latest release and how would you best describe your music?

It’s essentially a love song.. A song about grief, pain and what happens to someone when the person they love gets taken away from them. It was recorded at my studio (Hot Bias Recording Studio) late last year with the greatest band on earth, consisting of : Ash Naylor on guitar (and co-production duties), Bill McDonald on bass & Brett ‘Wolfie’ Wolfenden on drums. Musically, I would describe the single “Ronnie’ as gritty power-pop with the rest of the album as floating between straight rock, hard rock, pop-rock, with a touch of glam rock in there too! It’s pretty rock 🙂

Give us an insight into your creative process. What gets you writing songs?

Often it’s just noodling around on the guitar or jamming over drum loops that gets the juices flowing. Once a musical idea hits, I work pretty fast.. I’ll usually hash out a chord progression and a melody in the first 5 or 10 minutes. Then I start looking for inspiration for the lyrics to fit my melodic ideas. Sometimes I’ll look in my notebook where I have a handful of lyrical ideas I can work off and other times I’ll come up with a story idea on the spot. I don’t know what gets me writing as I never force it. It’s the unreliable muse.. I’ll go months and months without writing, then I’ll have crazy, prolific periods where I’ll write everyday for a few weeks. 

Is there a hidden meaning in any of your music? 

I think in every song I write there is a little bit of my story intertwined throughout. Sometimes I keep things intentionally vague. For example I wrote a song called ‘Freddie Steals A Twenty’.. So, now my mum can’t find out that it was me who stole her $20 when I was 14.

Success, what is the secret to it?

Don’t ask me!! 🙂  (But I’ll give it a crack).. I think success is doing what you love and being happy. I don’t equate success to dollars or followers or hits, those are all nice but to me a person is truly successful when they are happy and at peace with what they do.

What has been your biggest career highlight so far?

Probably opening my own recording studio (Hot Bias Recording Studio). I’ve always had little home set-ups but the day I finally moved into my own proper space was a ‘pinch myself’ moment. 

Which stars of the music industry do you find inspiring?

Producers like Shawn Everett and Paul Epworth are but a couple of people who inspire me, Kevin Parker is amazing and I’m a big Josh Homme fan too.

Are there any new projects in the pipeline?

As a matter of fact yes, I’m currently working with (actor) Stephen Curry on a comedy/music album! It’s going to be a bunch of silly yet very musical songs and skits that we hope to put out next year. People don’t realise that aside from being a funny bugger, Stephen is actually a very talented musician.. We played in a band together many (many) years ago.

The music industry is constantly changing, where do you see yourself a few years?

Hopefully doing the same things.. Writing music, working with other artists and bands and I would love to be writing/co-writing music with more varied artists.

Name a few of your favourite Australian artists.

Off the top of my head: The Teskey Brothers, Skyhooks, You Am I, Even, Frente, AC-DC, Paddy Come Home, The Bamboos, Peking Duk, The Chats, The Drones, The Living End, Nai Palm, Speed Mullet .. I could go on.

The shape of the music industry has changed significantly over the years, including the use of social media, how do you feel about the industry as a whole and what does it mean to you in getting your records out into the public eye?

I love the way that social media and new platforms have given new artists a way to get heard.. I’m one of them! If you’re an artist from a small town with no live music scene it’s really cool to know that you can still be heard and seen on social media. The industry has changed so much and it really is possible to have a career as an artist without being signed to a label at all. Although, you do need to be tenacious with good nouse (and hopefully hella talent) but it can be done for sure.

How will you continue appealing to the international market?

Good question.. But to be honest it’s not something I think about! (terrible answer I know)

Do you collaborate with others? Who is on your wish-list?

On the songwriting front, I would love to write with Jason Isbell, Kevin Parker, Mark Ronson.. In a playing/jamming capacity I want to play clean tight guitar with Corey Wong and funk it up.

What advice do you give for other artists wanting to follow in your footsteps?

Keep being yourself, don’t give up and work hard!

A message for your fans. How do you best interact and respond with your followers and fans?

If you’re a fan of mine then well done.. You’ve got bloody good taste and I love you mum!

Any last words?

Thank you!

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SPECIAL INTERVIEW: Trevor Blake

THEAUSSIEWORD.COM catches up with US singer/songwriter Trevor Blake.

How and where did it all begin for you? What drew your interest to the music industry?

I’ve been involved with music since I was 15 playing in bands. I just loved the idea of being able to create something from nothing and put it out into the world, it’s an amazing process that I wanted to be a part of.

What motivates or influences you in your quest to make great music?

Seeing all the bands I grew up listening to do great things is a big push for me to try and accomplish those same feats. I want to make this world a better place than I left it and I think music is a great way to do that, changing peoples thoughts can change the way we live.

What are some of your biggest goals you hope to accomplish?

I want to tour and visit some of the greatest cities in the world, and obviously I want my music to reach as many people as possible so a Gold record would be a nice touch.

What can we expect from you in the coming months? Any plans to tour?

I’ve got a music video for my single “Down” that I absolutely loved filming and I can’t wait to unveil that. I have my fingers crossed that we have a vaccine before the release of my album in 2021 so I can start playing shows again, but until then I’d love to do some virtual shows.

Tell us a bit about your latest release and how would you best describe your music?

My upcoming single “Down” is coming out on December 1st 2020. It’s a song about breaking out of the projected characters we play in other peoples lives and just enjoying life to the fullest and being whoever we want to be. I’d say my music is Pyschadelic Pop, not in the sense that it sounds psychedelic but more in terms of lyrical content, I love slipping in little things that most people would overlook.

Give us an insight into your creative process. What gets you writing songs?

Typically it’s 3am and I hop on my piano and play around on my piano until something really clicks with me. Almost everytime I turn it on I write a song. I think whenever I learn a big life lesson I want to share it with the world and my creative juices get flowing and I just let whatever posses me to take over.

Is there a hidden meaning in any of your music? 

Oh absolutely. Almost all of my music throws in subtle hints to my own psychedelic expericences, I know a lot of people shy away from being that blunt about it, but it’s an experience that needs to be talked about because it can bring so much value to people. 

Success, what is the secret to it?

Hard work, taking chances, creativity, learning, and dedication. There’s really no secret, it’s obvious that if you put in the work and have the know how you will succeed.

What has been your biggest career highlight so far?

Making the music video for “Down” it was really the first time I had an idea for a video that came out exactly how I pictured it in my head and I can’t wait for everyone to see it.

Which stars of the music industry do you find inspiring?

Paul McCartney. I admire how positive he keeps his music and it’s amazing to see a man thrive the way he has even into his old age. Billie Eilish too, we can all see how hard it is to handle fame and her story is no different, struggling with depression myself I admire how she keeps herself afloat amidst all the negativity.

Are there any new projects in the pipeline?

My album is releasing in 2021 and beyond that I have plans to really experiment on the next record.

The music industry is constantly changing, where do you see yourself a few years?

It’s so hard to say, hopefully adapting. Obviously I want to say I’ll be touring and seeing great success but the future will tell itself. All I can do is put in the work and hope it all pays off.

What is your favourite and least favourite part about this line of work and why?

My favorite is performing and creating. The time between that where I’m prepping my release can be very discouraging not knowing how my music will be recieved, but I still find some joy in it where I can.

Name a few of your favourite Australian artists.

In Hearts Wake is a great band, I actually had the oppurtunity to play with them while they were in America. Great guys, and have an absolutely amazing live show. Tame Impala is very good and even name dropped me in a song (although I’m about 95% sure it was a different Trevor).

The shape of the music industry has changed significantly over the years, including the use of social media, how do you feel about the industry as a whole and what does it mean to you in getting your records out into the public eye?

The industry can be amazing when working with geniune people, but for some money talks and I guess we just have to take that as it is. Social Media has become an absolute staple and I think now more than ever we artists and media outlets need a better platform where we can be heard, I hope that some day we get that platform. For the time being all we can do is follow the rules in place now and learn and adapt.

How will you continue appealing to the international market?

I make music true to me and I think that’s well recieved everywhere. Thankfully worldwide releases are now very easy and I love working with press outside of America, I’ll continue to do that as I progress into my career.

Do you collaborate with others? Who is on your wish-list?

So far I haven’t but would love to. Speaking realistically I’m a big fan of this new artist out of New York, Morgan Saint. Geena Fontanella is another, I follow both of them on Instagram and I think it would be awesome to work with either of them.

What advice do you give for other artists wanting to follow in your footsteps?

Be prepared to put the work in and be authentic to yourself. As much as this can be a job you need to enjoy yourself when you create your content, people can tell the difference.

Thank you so much for your continued support. I usually talk to most fans on Instagram, Facebook and Tik Tok but if you message me or even tweet at me I’ll see it, and I love to hear from you guys.

Any last words?

Watch Joe Pera Talks with You it’s an amazing show. Also, my single comes out December 1st and you can Preorder and Pre-save it on my website.

Website: www.trevorblake.co

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Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/trevorblakemusic/

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SPECIAL INTERVIEW: Opal Ocean

THEAUSSIEWORD.COM special interview with Opal Ocean.

How and where did it all begin for you? What drew your interest to the music industry?

Alex:  My dad played guitar around the house and he always had friends coming over for late night  jams. I always knew I wanted to play guitar but it’s when I saw a DVD of the G3 with Joe  Satriani, Steve Vai and Malmsteen that I decided to take it seriously.  

Nadav: I have a very similar back story except it was my mum playing guitar and my brother’s musical taste which put me onto learning guitar at the age of 13 with bands like Metallica being at the helm of my musical journey. From that point on it’s been a journey of sound and exploring new ideas.

What motivates or influences you in your quest to make great music? 

Alex: I see music as a gift and I was very lucky to receive it at a young age. As a musician the goal is  to pass it on to others and inspire people to pick up an instrument. In that process I’m trying to keep it interesting for myself with songs that I enjoy to play.  

Nadav: Exploring new territory is always a goal when it comes to music. There’s so many bands I love but I never have “enough” when I listen to their music. This makes me want to create music to fill that satisfaction. 

What are some of your biggest goals you hope to accomplish? 

Alex: They are many, but if 2020 has taught me anything is to be happy with what you have now,  you never know how the future is going to play out. A lot of my childhood dreams of playing  music live and inspiring others to play have already been accomplished. Now I can only hope  to continue that trend and keep evolving in my professional and personal life.  

Nadav: I think just being able to break the notion that you need a singer to top the charts. Instrumental music is notoriously hard to make a big statement as there’s no human voice to give a message and it would be very cool to see if that would ever happen But as Alex mentioned we’re both very happy and grateful to have what we have now.

What can we expect from you in the coming months? Any plans to tour? 

Alex: Our local council has opened up the possibility to busk in some areas. We are very excited to get out into the world again as we’ve been in lockdown since late March, apart for the month  of June. Melbourne has been severelyhit by the virus and we had to cancel all plans for touring  until the country opens up again. We are working on shows for 2021 but at this point it is all  uncertain.  

Tell us a bit about your latest release and how would you best describe your music? 

Alex:The Hadal Zone is the title track of our new album and it represents our love for the  progressive genre. It was meant as a tribute to Tool with a 7/4 groove throughout the song. For us this is definitely on the slower side as we usually write songs much faster than this but we  fell in love with the tumbling feel of this rhythm and decided to push things and see where it  would take us. Overall this is a very special song for us and it is a new milestone in our  development.  

Nadav: Our music overall is definitely an eclectic mix of genres all mashed onto two acoustic guitars. When we play these songs we really imagine us with a full band playing Heavy Metal Or Prog Rock but the acoustic nylon guitars give the music much more of an interesting texture and ultimate softer output!

Give us an insight into your creative process. What gets you writing songs? 

Alex: I suppose it all comes from a sort of vision Nadav and I have. When we tour and play a lot  together, we stumble on moments of music that make us raise our eyebrows, so we take notes.  Over time we compile those ideas and when we feel like we have enough we’ll find the time to  sit down and put those songs together. We are on the hunt to keep ourselves stimulated  musically, so anything that feels new and exciting is given the green light to be pushed  forward. 

Nadav: Atmosphere. Watching live music and other great artists is very inspiring for creative juices! With our particular playing style we can take a lot of influences on board so hearing something new and fresh makes us eager to try adapt and translate that into our own style. 

Is there a hidden meaning in any of your music? 

“You don’t need to be a full band to sound like one”. That  would be the main message we’re  trying to move across. 

Success, what is the secret to it? 

Alex: We still haven’t figured that one out! But from the little success we’ve had I’d say a strong  vision and lots of perseverance is key if you want to do anything in this industry.  

Nadav: Determination, discipline and direction. Know what your goals are (direction), use your passion to motivate yourself to get where you need to be (determination) and make sure if you lose focus or get distracted you have the discipline to get back on track. 

What has been your biggest career highlight so far? 

Alex: I would normally say, playing Montreux Jazz festival, the millions of views on our original  songs, and that time we got into Quincy Jones’s birthday party at Montreux or even having  Jordan Rudess on our album. But what I really hold close to my heart is the amazing people  that helped up over the years. I had no idea strangers could be so generous, welcoming and  straight up legends. From the fans that take the time to learn our songs so we could have a  jam, or the fan that opens up his home to us for a few nights on tour to the fan that backs us in  our crazy crowdfunding campaigns. Those people are why we give it 100% and we’ll continue  to give it 100%. 

Nadav: I think The Hadal Zone album. It’s not out yet but it feels like we finally found our voice in the music industry and that we are doing something unique and fresh. We’re not exactly sure how everyone will take the album but we’re happy with how the album came out overall.

Which stars of the music industry do you find inspiring? 

Alex: Anyone that has some degree of success in the industry has something to teach you. As  musicians we respect all the virtuosos of this world, because we understand the amount of  work and dedication those skills represent. And the same goes with artists that think out of the  box, we’ll check him out and go through his repertoire and work out if we can apply any of it in  our world. 

Nadav: It’s always inspiring to see self made musicians and the ones which worked to get where they are. Playing and busking on the street has given us a better understanding of what it takes to get from the ground going as an independent artist. When we see others gaining success it is truly inspiring.

Are there any new projects in the pipeline? 

Well the new album is coming out on the 16 of October so we’ll definitely be busy till then.  We’ve got a masterclass series we’re putting together. Hopefully that will come out at the end  of the year. We definitely want to film some more music videos for some of the tracks off the  album. Then if all goes to plan, we’ll be getting ready for touring Europe in June. We might even record some more tracks if we find the time and money… 

The music industry is constantly changing, where do you see yourself a few years?

Alex: I know the industry has taken a massive hit with covid-19, in all honestly, I would be happy  being where we were before the pandemic. Touring and recording music is the best. 

Nadav: Yeah I’m the same, if we can get to where we were with being able to survive touring the world off our music that would be amazing right now.

What is your favourite and least favourite part about this line of work and why? 

Alex: My favourite part is performing and connecting with people, and my least favourite part is the  insecurity of revenue that we unfortunately have to deal with since day one. 

Nadav: Creating and expressing something that means something not just to ourselves but to other people as well. Financial security. Not being able to create new music to the standard we want because we have bills to pay  or not even knowing if we can pay those bills ha!

Name a few of your favourite Australian artists.

Malcura, Tommy Emmanuel, Karnivool; Pilini; Xavier Rudd; John Butler Trio; AC/DC 

The shape of the music industry has changed significantly over the years, including the use  of social media, how do you feel about the industry as a whole and what does it mean to you  in getting your records out into the public eye? 

Nadav: Social media has been the number 1 driving force of getting us out there. It’s a tricky one as these days it feels so over saturated and forced to get people to listen to your music but at the same time if you don’t push it out there you won’t ever get people coming back to check you out. Overall though our experience has been positive but hard work!

Alex: It’s great! We wouldn’t be where we are today without social media. It’s very cheap to run and  we have a lot of control over it. It’s a lot of trial and errors and you have to be diligent about it  but that’s nothing new, especially for musicians.  

How will you continue appealing to the international market? 

The truth is that we mostly appeal to the international market, we’ve never toured Australia  because it’s such a hard country to tour and how little fans we have here compared to Europe  or the USA. 

Do you collaborate with others? Who is on your wish-list? 

Alex: Well, with the new album, you can tick off Jordan Rudess of the list! We’ve played with Beardy Man, Malcura, The Trouble Notes and Tribubu. Personally, I would love to collaborate with  Infected Mushrooms or Shpongle, I feel like the Psy-Trance scene would connect well with our  music. Trio Joubran is one of my favourite acoustic bands, I would totally love playing with  them, same goes with Rodrigo y Gabrieal they basically inspired our band form the get go.  

Nadav: There’s definitely some interesting ways we could collaborate with people but the main one would have to be a film composer like Hans Zimmer or David Elfmam. I feel our music could already be synced to a film or TV show because of it’s instrumental vibes. It would be such an amazing experience to work with someone like that on a project.

What advice do you give for other artists wanting to follow in your footsteps?

 Be different! There are so many musicians today that being “the best guitar player” no longer cuts it. Find what makes you truly unique and build it up.  

A message for your fans. How do you best interact and respond with your followers and  fans?

Nadav: Just be yourself! I have always been that guy who waits hours to talk to the band after the show or take pictures so I know what it’s  like from the fan perspective. Because of that we always try to make time in person or online to respond to your messages or want to have a chat!

Alex: I miss meeting them after a show, we’d always spend a lot of time after a show or before to  hang out with everyone and share their stories. Thankfully we have social media that enables  us to keep in touch but it really doesn’t compare to face to face rambling. I Hope everyone is  keeping safe and I’m looking forward to being on the road again.  

Any last words? 

Nadav: Don’t be afraid to express yourself! We’re all just trying to connect with one another and music is our universal language!

Alex: Thank you for this opportunity, I always enjoy talking about my journey as an artist. I hope you  and your viewers are safe and if you ever feel bored just put on some Opal Ocean to ease your  mind for a while, Enjoy!  

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