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Thursday, July 09, 2020

Lomelda - "Wonder" [Rock & Alternative]


"Wonder" music video by Lomelda
Added: 09-07-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Lomelda - Wonder (Official Music Video)

"Wonder" by Lomelda
from the album 'Hannah' (out September 4, 2020)
Written by Hannah Read
Produced by Tommy Read and Hannah Read
Vocals / Acoustic guitar / Bass / Drums / Piano by Hannah Read
Electric guitar by Andrew Hulett
12-string guitar by Tommy Read

Video Credits:
Director / Producer / Editor - Regina Gonzalez-Arroyo
Director of Cinematography / Lighting - Olive Goanta
Title — Damir Inbar & T. Colantuono
Angel / Costume - Hannah Read

Special thanks to Panchito & Moms for prayers & emotional support



A pseudonym adopted when she was in high school, Lomelda offers quiet, introspective lo-fi by singer/songwriter Hannah Read. A native of Silsbee, Texas, Read followed in the footsteps of her older brother and sister by starting on the guitar at an early age. As Lomelda, she grew a fan base in the Waco area while in college and added a backing band before self-releasing her 2012 debut, Late Dawn Inheritance. Co-produced by her brother Tommy Read, it featured a small group of guests on strings and drums and was soon picked up by Austin-based Slow Divide Records. After she toured more extensively, Lomelda's second album, Forever, arrived in 2015 via Punctum Records. Released in April 2016, 4E captured a live solo performance of Forever at Waco's Meadows Recital Hall. With word of her low-key, intimate songcraft spreading, Lomelda then accepted an invitation to tour in support of Pinegrove and signed a record deal with Double Double Whammy. The label released her third studio LP, Thx, in September of 2017.

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Jacob Collier - "Live @ NPR Tiny Desk (Home) Concert" [Blues & Jazz, Live In Concert]

Live @ NPR Tiny Desk (Home) Concert

"Live @ NPR Tiny Desk (Home) Concert" music video by Jacob Collier
Added: 09-07-2020
Genre : Blues & Jazz, Live In Concert
Description : Jacob Collier: Tiny Desk (Home) Concert

The Tiny Desk is working from home for the foreseeable future. Introducing NPR Music's Tiny Desk (home) concerts, bringing you performances from across the country and the world. It's the same spirit — stripped-down sets, an intimate setting — just a different space.

July 9, 2020 | Colin Marshall -- Polymath musician Jacob Collier has been championing this style of one-man-band music videos since 2012, singing every note and playing every instrument. His cover of Stevie Wonder's "Don't You Worry 'Bout a Thing"earned him a devout YouTube following at the age of 19, and he hasn't slowed down since. The London wunderkind owns four Grammy Awards already, including two at the age of 22 in 2017, and his evolution as a bandleader has been evident in his live performances ( like when he came to NPR for a Tiny Desk concert last year). Now 25, and with nearly a decade of experience producing every aspect of his own music from his home, Collier is uniquely positioned to crank out his best work from quarantine. In this video, each of the four parts was recorded in a single take. Pay close attention ; it's easy to get tripped up inside Jacob's head as he arranges this Rubik's Cube of a video production, which feels both like a magic trick and a no-strings-attached bedroom session.

Since the pandemic hit hard in March, Collier has been hustling in his Internet-famous room. He's played duets over Instagram Live with the likes of Chris Martin, JoJo and Daniel Caesar, recorded a song in his bathroom, and he's in the middle of releasing his ambitious four-volume record, Djesse. The last song in this video is the premiere of his new single "He Won't Hold You," which will appear on Vol. 3, due out later this year.

"All I Need"
"Time Alone With You"
"He Won't Hold You"

Jacob Collier: vocals, keyboard, guitar, bass, drums

Video By: Jacob Collier; Audio By: Jacob Collier; Producer: Colin Marshall; Audio Mastering Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Video Producer: Morgan Noelle Smith; Associate Producer: Bobby Carter; Executive Producer: Lauren Onkey; Senior VP, Programming: Anya Grundmann
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Erasure - "Shot A Satellite" [Pop]

Shot A Satellite

"Shot A Satellite" music video by Erasure
Added: 09-07-2020
Genre : Pop
Description : Erasure - Shot A Satellite

Shot A Satellite from the new Erasure album The Neon which is released on August 21st 2020.

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Lyric video produced by F That
Original Photography by Edith Bergfors

Instagram: (@erasureInfo)
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Jazzmeia Horn - "Live From Jazz At Lincoln Center" [Blues & Jazz]

Live From Jazz At Lincoln Center

"Live From Jazz At Lincoln Center" music video by Jazzmeia Horn
Added: 09-07-2020
Genre : Blues & Jazz
Description : Jazzmeia Horn: Live from Jazz at Lincoln Center (Premiere) | JAZZ NIGHT IN AMERICA

For Jazzmeia Horn, this concert defined a moment. This was The Appel Room at Jazz at Lincoln Center, after all, one of the most prestigious stages in the America jazz circuit. "Not a lot of people get that opportunity," she reflected, not only to show up for herself and her art, but to act as a good steward of jazz music, an African American art form and legacy by which the idioms of today's industry, according to Horn, don't always reflect the culture of a specific people. She hand-picked an entirely Black and brown team from bandmates to to hair and makeup and even a hired backstage film crew, people she knew would share a common goal. "I was nit-picky on everything," Horn says. She even made sure everybody was well-fed backstage, so they could honor this music with the highest possible energy and focus.

Horn didn't know it at the time but this would be her last performance before the pandemic shuttered music venues around the world. Since then, she has been grateful for more time with her daughters; she recently took them to the beach. Horn finished a book, too. Due out in August, Through My Eyes: The Jazzmeia Horn Approach offers methods for singers to use their voices to sing as well as advocate for themselves. Her online teaching work has bloomed into a self-supported community of singers who offer tips and feedback through a private Facebook group, something by which she continually feels awestruck in a time when human-to-human connection has become somewhat nontraditional. She has also had time to reflect on her successes, from growing up in a poor family in Dallas, Texas, and moving to New York City for college to earning Grammy nominations for each of the full-length albums she's released so far. That's not to mention the countless accolades stemming from her most recent record and namesake for this concert: Love and Liberation. Join us at 10:30 a.m. ET to watch the show.

This concert was recorded on March 6th, 2020 at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City.

1:13 - "Please Do Something" (Betty Carter)
9:00 - "Willow Weep For Me" (Billie Holiday)
20:48 - "I Thought About You" (Jimmy Van Heusen, Lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
30:03 - "Out The Window"
34:07 - "The Peacocks (A Timeless Place)" (Jimmy Rowles, Lyrics by Norma Winstone)
44:00 - "Searchin' "
49:36 - "Green Eyes" (Victor E. Cooke, James Jason Poyser & Erykah Badu)
58:24 - "When I Say"
1:02:47 - "Time"
1:07:04 - "Free Your Mind"

Jazzmeia Horn: bandleader, voice
Keith Brown: piano
Eric Wheeler: bass
Anwar Marshall: drums
Josh Evans: trumpet
Jaleel Shaw: alto saxophone
Alexandria Johnson: dance

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Sono - "Chasing The Light" [EDM (Dance)]

Chasing The Light

"Chasing The Light" music video by Sono
Added: 09-07-2020
Genre : EDM (Dance)
Description : Sono - Chasing The Light (Official Video 4K)

Tour 2021:

DOP: Tobias Trettin
1st AC: Max Neumann
Concept: Tobias Trettin, Martin Weiland
Grip: Simon Struck, Jannes Eggen
Shot at Pro Light Studios, Hamburg.
Light Technician/Projections: René Junge Hair & Make-Up: Claudia Wegener-Bracht.
Still photography: Philipp Rathmer
Special thanks to Sundar and Jens from Pro Light Studios.


German trio Sono is comprised of producer Florian Sikorski, songwriter/producer Martin Weiland, and singer Lennart A. Salomon. Florian Sikorski (born 1975) became involved in electronic music as a sound programmer in a recording studio after attending Hamburg's Conservatory of Music. He began DJing in 1993. Two years later, sound engineer and DJ/producer Martin Weiland (born 1975) joined him. With the addition of Lennart A. Salomon, who grew up in the U.K. mostly influenced by contemporary jazz and funk, the project was completed.

Sono debuted in 2001 with the release of "Keep Control." The chart-topping single was later featured on the compilation Global Hits 2002 by Universal Records.

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Papa Roach - "Revenge (Infest In-studio Live)" [Rock & Alternative]

Revenge (Infest In-studio Live)

"Revenge (Infest In-studio Live)" music video by Papa Roach
Added: 09-07-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Papa Roach - Revenge (INFEST IN-Studio) Live 2020

Recorded live as part of the world-wide stream "INFEST IN-Studio" on-Demand June 20, 2020.

Produced by Papa Roach
Audio remixed by Alex Prieto

Written by Jacoby Shaddix, Jerry Horton, Tobin Esperance, Dave Buckner. Published by BMG Gold Songs (ASCAP) / Viva La Cucaracha (ASCAP). Administered by BMG Rights Management Inc. Reservoir Media Music (ASCAP) / I Make Dumb Music (ASCAP). Administered by Reservoir Media Management Inc. All rights reserved.

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Hunter Hayes - "I Want Crazy (#rescheduled Live)" [Country]

I Want Crazy (#rescheduled Live)

"I Want Crazy (#rescheduled Live)" music video by Hunter Hayes
Added: 09-07-2020
Genre : Country
Description : Hunter Hayes - I Want Crazy (#Rescheduled Live)

Hunter Hayes performs "I Want Crazy" originally from #Rescheduled Live from Nashville, Tennessee!

Hunter Hayes: Vocals, Guitar, Piano
Colton Parker: Vocals, Bass Guitar
Devin Malone: Vocals, Guitar
Caleb Gilbraith: Drums
Eric Montgomery: Vocals, Keys, Acoustic Guitar
Jimmy Connor: Vocals

Creative Direction: Hunter Hayes, Christian Thomas, Tamara Beatty, Brenton Giesey
Directors: Cole & Ella
Audio Engineer: Ross Touchette
Mixed by Alex Seguin, Mark Dobson, Ross Touchette
Audio Tech: Mark Dobson, Jim Brentlinger
Lighting Director: Austin Grundberg
Playback: Jimmy Connor
Camera Operators: Makaila Haase, Andrew Pollitt, Rush Howard
Guitar Tech: Dusty Lummus
Monitor Engineer: Jim Brentlinger
Production Coordinator: Ben Ratliff
Digital: Black Box LA
Management: Valerie Sizemore
Producer: Brenton Giesey
Editing: Brenton Giesey, Makaila Haase

Special thanks to Extreme Lighting & Sound, Special Event Services, Rentacamera, Soundcheck Nashville, YouTube, Martin Guitars, Ernie Ball

Songwriters: Lori McKenna, Troy Verges, Hunter Hayes

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When he was just 19, Hunter Hayes became one of the hottest new stars in country music, having signed with a major label and attracted plenty of press attention and airplay, but despite his youth, this wasn't really new for him -- he was playing for paying audiences at the age of five and cut his first album when he was nine.

Hayes returned in May 2014 with his second album, Storyline, featuring the single "Invisible." Debuting at number one on the country chart, Storyline nevertheless didn't have the legs of Hayes' debut -- its second single, "Tattoo," peaked at 31 -- so Hunter quickly followed it with the 21 EP in the summer of 2015. The single "21" sold well and he accompanied it with The 21 Project -- a set of three EPs where the same songs were recorded in three different ways -- that November. Following his own dates alongside Ryan Lafferty and Kelsea Ballerini, Hayes joined Lady Antebellum on their 2015 Wheels Up Tour. Also that year, "Invisible" was nominated for Best Country Solo Performance at the Grammy Awards. In 2016 he delivered the non-album single "Amen," and returned in 2017 with two more singles, "Rescue" and "You Should Be Loved" (featuring the Shadowboxers). The following year saw the release of the single "Dear God." In July 2019, Hayes issued the single "Heartbreak" ahead of the release of Wild Blue, which arrived later that August. Wild Blue was the first part of a projected three-album project.

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The 1975 - "Yeah I Know" [Rock & Alternative]

Yeah I Know

"Yeah I Know" music video by The 1975
Added: 09-07-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : The 1975 - Yeah I Know

‘Yeah I Know’ from The 1975’s new album, ‘Notes On A Conditional Form’. Out now -

The 1975 and Ben Ditto have curated an online exhibition of 15 artists responding to tracks from ‘NOACF’.
07 Ai-Da responds to ‘Yeah I Know’

Ai-Da, the world’s first humanoid AI robot artist, is capable of drawing people from life using her robotic eyes and hands. For this piece however, she’s been set a more challenging task: to sketch out an impression of consciousness.

Stood in her studio in Oxford in a painting smock, with ‘Yeah I Know’ playing on the stereo, she composes her abstract portrait in coloured paint pens. The result is a picture of knowing, of thinking, of having a mind, whether biological or artificial. Of consciousness itself.

Using her AI language model, she’s also written a poem that responds to singer Matty Healy’s lyrics. When he sings a line, her response flashes up on the screen in bright turquoise.
“Stop the tube/ Kick the head,” sings Matty.
“Try your best,”
“Yeah I know,”
“I FEEL IT ON MY FLESH,” she says.
Do android poets dream of electric sheep? Ai-Da, who might have stepped right out from the pages of a Philip K. Dick novel, is a robot but writes that she dreams of feeling, of having flesh and blood.
“Time feels like it’s changed/ I don’t feel the same,” sings an autotuned, robotic-sounding Matty in the chorus.
Over the second chorus she adds, “AND YOU KNOW WHAT TIME FEELS LIKE TO ME.”

While the outro plays she mouths along, holding her palms up to the heavens. Ai-Da dreams of experiencing time for herself. Perhaps she dreams of dying also; of the mortality that makes you and I human. Perhaps she dreams of having a consciousness like ours, and the sorts of dreams that we have.

Yeah I know, we know, but what does Ai-Da really know? How could an AI know what consciousness is or what it looks like? Human neuroscientists and philosophers haven’t yet figured any of that out; but then, we always look to artists to show us the unknown and difficult to imagine.


Notes on a Conditional Form is the fourth studio album by English band the 1975, released on 22 May 2020 through Dirty Hit and Polydor Records. It was recorded from August 2018 to February 2020 and produced by band members George Daniel and Matthew Healy, with some tracks also co-produced by Jonathan Gilmore.

The album is the second and final part of the two albums from their third release cycle, "Music for Cars", following A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships (2018). The album has been described as genre-hopping, mainly focusing on pop, rock, electronic, and dance music subgenres. Songs on the album have been described by writers as pop rock, folk music, industrial rock, and UK garage, among others. Additional vocalists featured on the album include FKA Twigs, Phoebe Bridgers, and Greta Thunberg, the latter of whom provided a spoken word piece on the album's intro track.

The 22-track album was preceded by the seven singles "People", "Frail State of Mind", "Me & You Together Song", "The Birthday Party", "Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America", "If You're Too Shy (Let Me Know)", and "Guys" over a nine-month period; the intro track "The 1975" was additionally released prior to the album's release. The album topped the UK charts within its first week of release, becoming the band's fourth consecutive no.1 album. Despite this, the album divided critics: many praised the album's ambition as well as its genre exploration, while others criticized the album as overly bloated and incoherent.

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Anna Calvi - "Live Archive: Le Trianon (2011, Paris)" [Rock & Alternative]

Live Archive: Le Trianon (2011, Paris)

"Live Archive: Le Trianon (2011, Paris)" music video by Anna Calvi
Added: 09-07-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Anna Calvi - Live Archive: Le Trianon (2011, Paris)

Anna Calvi's performance in Paris in 2011.

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A singer/songwriter with an operatic voice and virtuosic guitar skills, Anna Calvi makes powerful, passionate music influenced by flamenco, goth rock, and classical composers such as Ravel and Debussy. On early albums like 2011's Anna Calvi and 2013's One Breath, she used the formidable strength of her voice and guitar to express archetypal lust and heartache. Later, on 2018's Hunter, she adopted a looser, more vulnerable style as she challenged conventional notions of sexuality and gender identity. As Calvi's music evolved and expanded to include projects such as scoring the TV series Peaky Blinders, the intensity of her work never wavered. Neither did her critical acclaim, which included multiple Mercury Prize nominations.

Tags : 2011, 10s, Anna Calvi

Aaron Espe - "Take You Home" [Rock & Alternative]

Take You Home

"Take You Home" music video by Aaron Espe
Added: 09-07-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Aaron Espe - Take You Home [Official Music Video]

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A singer and songwriter whose work reflects love, loss, family, faith, and other universal aspects of the human experience, Aaron Espe was born in Roseau, Minnesota on August 27, 1981. Aaron's mother was a piano teacher, while his father was an electrician. Espe's first experience with making music came from singing in church, and when he was six years old he began studying the piano. Espe added the guitar to his arsenal when he was 14, with his grandfather lending him an instrument and charting a few basic chords. Espe studied English language and literature at the University of North Dakota from 2002 to 2004, though he was also regularly playing local shows by this time. Espe's college career was cut short when he was invited to open a show for the duo Storyhill, and the duo asked him to open a string of Midwest dates for them. As Espe's live appearances and increased touring helped him develop a following, he independently released his first album, 2005's My Whole Life, and Storyhill co-founder Chris Cunningham co-produced Espe's second full-length, 2008's Songs from a Small Town. A seasonal effort, simply titled Christmas Songs, was released in 2008. Espe devoted most of 2009 and 2010 to studying creative writing at Colorado State University, though he continued to perform around the United States and in Ireland, where he developed a following. Espe left Minnesota and relocated to Nashville, Tennessee in 2011, hoping to broaden his career boundaries as a songwriter. Once settled in Music City, Espe began making up for lost time, releasing two albums in 2012, Three and Tennessee Sky. That same year also saw Espe sign a record deal with Nettwerk Records, and he released a five-song EP, Through Frozen Forests, as 2012 was drawing to a close. Espe focused on his career as a tunesmith over the next several years, with one of his songs, "Beyond the Sun," appearing on the television series Nashville, and others heard in the shows The Fosters and Grey's Anatomy. In April 2017 Espe released an EP of covers, Blackwall Way, in anticipation of his first full album for Nettwerk, due later in the year.

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Tame Impala - "On Track (Acoustic Live)" [Rock & Alternative]

On Track (Acoustic Live)

"On Track (Acoustic Live)" music video by Tame Impala
Added: 09-07-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Tame Impala - On Track (Acoustic Live)

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An Island Records Australia release © 2020 Modular Recordings Pty Ltd.

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Void Of Vision - "Decay" [Metal & X-Core]


"Decay" music video by Void Of Vision
Added: 09-07-2020
Genre : Metal & X-Core
Description : Void Of Vision - Decay [Official Music Video]

Taken from Void Of Vision's album Hyperdaze, out now:

Video by The AV Club


Void of Vision is an Australian metalcore band from Melbourne, formed in 2013. The band consists of guitarists James McKendrick and Mitch Fairlie, drummer George Murphy, and vocalist Jack Bergin. Void of Vision have released two studio albums: Children of Chrome (2016) and Hyperdaze (2019).

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Tropico - "Benihana" [Hip-Hop]


"Benihana" music video by Tropico
Added: 09-07-2020
Genre : Hip-Hop
Description : Tropico - “Benihana” (Official Music Video)

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Zuriaake - "Gu Yan (2015) (Album Stream)" [Metal & X-Core]

Gu Yan (2015) (Album Stream)

"Gu Yan (2015) (Album Stream)" music video by Zuriaake
Added: 09-07-2020
Genre : Metal & X-Core
Description : Zuriaake - Gu Yan (2015) Full Album Stream

The album 'Gu Yan'. Release Date: October 15, 2015. 

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Peter Bibby - "Whyalla" [Rock & Alternative]


"Whyalla" music video by Peter Bibby
Added: 09-07-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Peter Bibby - Whyalla (Official Video)

Official video for new single Whyalla by Peter Bibby's Dog Act from the new album Marge - Out 18 September.

Whyalla is available world wide on streamers Friday 10 July.

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a VAM MEDIA production
DIRECTOR/PRODUCER - Brendan Hutchens
1ST ASSISTANT CAMERA - Paolo Feliciano
EDITOR & GRADE - Steven Alyian

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Maddy Jane - "Dreams" [Rock & Alternative]


"Dreams" music video by Maddy Jane
Added: 09-07-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Maddy Jane - Dreams - Fleetwood Mac Cover

Maddy Jane’s debut album ‘Not All Bad Or Good’ is out now!
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Madeleine Jane Woolley, who performs as Maddy Jane (born 1996), is an Australian singer-songwriter and guitarist from Bruny Island.

In 2015, she released her debut single "People". In 2017, she released the singles "No Other Way" and "Thank You and Sorry". All three singles featured on her debut extended play, Not Human at All, which was released on 2 March 2018.

She has supported the Australian leg of tours by Harry Styles (November 2017) and by Red Hot Chili Peppers (2019).

She released her debut album Not All Bad or Good on 1 May 2020.


"Dreams" is a song by Fleetwood Mac from their eleventh studio album Rumours (1977). In the United States, "Dreams" was released as the second single from Rumours on March 24, 1977, while in the United Kingdom it was released as the third single in June 1977. A performance of "Dreams" on stage was used as the promotional music video.

In the US, "Dreams" reached the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100, the band's only number-one single there; it sold over a million copies. In Canada, "Dreams" also reached number one on the RPM Top 100 Singles chart.

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Qlank - "Elise" [EDM (Dance)]


"Elise" music video by Qlank
Added: 09-07-2020
Genre : EDM (Dance)
Description : Qlank - Elise (Official Music Video)

Qlank - Elise is OUT NOW on SPRS! 

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Bagatelle No. 25 in A minor (WoO 59, Bia 515) for solo piano, commonly known as "Für Elise" ("For Elise"), is one of Ludwig van Beethoven's most popular compositions. It was not published during his lifetime, only being discovered (by Ludwig Nohl) 40 years after his death, and may be termed either a Bagatelle or an Albumblatt. The identity of "Elise" is unknown; researchers have suggested Therese Malfatti, Elisabeth Röckel, or Elise Barensfeld.

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