Stewart, Al

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Stewart, Al - Year Of The Cat Year Of The Cat
Pop Audiophile - LP MFSL 1-009 Mobile Fidelity
Factory Sealed 1978 Original Non-Italic Printing On Top Of Gatefold Cover. Yellow "Super High Fidelity" Sticker Over Outer Bag. These Were The Very First Pressings To Come Out Of MoFi Before They Changed To The Italic Lettering On The Covers.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Last Days Of The Century Last Days Of The Century
Pop Used - LP 73316 Enigma
1988 Original With Insert. Clean Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Modern Times Modern Times
Pop New - LP JXS 7012 Janus
Sealed 1975 Gatefold Original. 4½ Stars! “Surely The Title Is A Bit Of An Allusion To The Past, Present And Future Of Its Predecessor, But Modern Times Also Brought Al Stewart Into The Present, Establishing His Classic Sound Of Folky Narratives And Lennonesque Melodies, All Wrapped Up In A Lush, Layered Production From Alan Parsons. Hearing This Production Makes It Clear That This Is What Was Missing From Past, Since It Gives Epics Like The Title Track A Real Sense Of Grandeur That Makes Their Sentiments Resonate Strongly. But It's Not Just The Improvement In Production That Makes Modern Times The Beginning Of Stewart's Classic Period -- His Songwriting Has Leapt Up And Met His Ambitions, As It Retains The Historical Sweep Of His Earlier Material But Melds It To A Melodic Sensibility That's Alternately Comforting And Haunting. This Skill Is Apparent Throughout Modern Times, And Is Married To A Sound That Is Its Equivalent, Making This An Exquisite Pop-Prog Gem.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Love Chronicles Love Chronicles
Pop Used - LP 63460 CBS
Stunning UK Gatefold 2nd Label In Glossy, Unplayed Condition. A2/B2 Stampers. “Al Stewart's Second Album Is Most Renowned For The 18-Minute Title Track, An Autobiographical Recount Of Different Love Affairs With Guitar By Jimmy Page. That Track Was Also Quite Controversial For Its Day In Its Use Of The Word "F*Cking" At One Point In The Lyrics, Though That's Not Typical Of The Tone Of The Composition. It's Actually Not The Best Of The Six Songs On The Record, Which Saw Stewart Wisely Discard The Orchestration Of His Debut In Favor Of Fairly Straight-Ahead Folk-Rock Backing. "Ballad Of Mary Foster" Is Stewart's Best Early Song, As A Two-Part Suite Neatly Divided Between Brusque Cynical Commentary On A Bourgeois English Family And The Introspective Musings Of The Ravaged Wife. That Second Part Bears Considerable Similarity In Melody And Tempo, Incidentally, To Sections Of The Far More Famous Stewart Song "Roads To Moscow." The Rest Of The Album Has Additional Solid Vignettes In The Standard Gentle Yet Detached Stewart Mold, The Best Of Them Being "Life And Life Only," Which Exploits His Knack For Insistent, Repetitive Minor-Keyed Hooks.” Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide.... more details
 
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Modern Times
Pop Used - LP 80477 CBS
Hard To Find 1975 Original W/Lyric Insert. A1/B1 Stampers. Looks Unplayed.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Russians And Americans Russians And Americans
Pop New - LP PB 6042 Passport
Sealed, Hard To Find 1984 Original. Small Saw Notch.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Year Of The Cat Year Of The Cat
Pop New - LP JXS 7022 Janus
Sealed, Rare 1976 Janus Label Gatefold Original. Cut Corner. This Title Was Briefly In Print On Janus Before Switching To Arista. Label Scan Is On An Open Copy We Previously Had In Stock.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Year Of The Cat Year Of The Cat
Pop Audiophile - LP MFSL 1-009 Mobile Fidelity
1978 Half-Speed Master Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
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Love Chronicles
Pop Used - LP BN 26564 Epic
Beautiful 1969 Yellow Label Original, 1C/1C Stampers.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Time Passages Time Passages
Pop Audiophile - LP MFSL 1-082 Mobile Fidelity
1981 Half-Speed Master With MoFi Card Inner And Lyric Insert. Jacket Has Very Light Wear. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. His Superb Follow-Up To Year Of The Cat. 4½ Stars In All Music Guide.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Love Chronicles Love Chronicles
Pop New - LP BN 26564 Epic
Sealed 1969 Original, CC. Features Jimmy Page On Guitar.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Past, Present And Future Past, Present And Future
Pop New - LP JLS 3063 Janus
Sealed 2nd Issue Featuring Rick Wakeman, Dave Swarbick, Tim Renwick And Others. Tiny COH.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - First Album (Bed-Sitter Images) First Album (Bed-Sitter Images)
Pop Used - LP 64023 CBS
1970 UK Remixed 2nd Issue Orange Label. Originally Released In 1967. A1/B1 Stampers. Glossy, Unplayed Condition.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - 24 Carrots 24 Carrots
Pop Audiophile - LP NR 34 Nautilus
Beautiful 1980 Half-Speed Master With Insert.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Time Passages Time Passages
Pop Audiophile - LP MFSL 1-082 Mobile Fidelity
Factory Sealed Half-Speed Master. His Superb Follow-Up To "Year Of The Cat." 4 1/2 Stars In All Music Guide. Pristine Copy-Not A Re-Wrap.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - First Album (Bed-Sitter Images) First Album (Bed-Sitter Images)
Pop New - LP 64023 CBS
Sealed 1970 UK Remixed 2nd Issue Orange Label. Originally Released In 1967. "Peaches" $6.68 Price Tag Over Loose Shrink.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Live - Indian Summer Live - Indian Summer
Pop New - LP A2L 8607 Arista
Sealed 1981 2LP Gatefold Original. Cut Corner. Side One Recorded At Evergreen Studios, Los Angeles. Sides Two, Three And Four Recorded Live At The Roxy. Live Performances Of All The Al Stewart Masterpieces.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Year Of The Cat Year Of The Cat
Pop New - LP ALB6 8326 Arista
Sealed 2nd Issue With "Affordables" Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
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Year Of The Cat
Pop New - LP ALB6 8326 Arista
Sealed 2nd Issue. Originally Released On Janus. Custom Sticker Over Shrink.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Year Of The Cat / If It Doesn't Come Naturally Leave It Year Of The Cat / If It Doesn't Come Naturally Leave It
Pop Used - 12 PC 5041 RCA
Rare 1977 Spanish 45rpm Supercut 12 Inch Picture Sleeve.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Year Of The Cat Year Of The Cat
Pop Audiophile - LP SVLP 237 Simply Vinyl
Sealed, Out Of Print, Limited Edition 180gm HQ. Recorded At Abbey Road.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Last Days Of The Century Last Days Of The Century
Pop Used - LP 73316 Enigma
Only The Second Copy We Have Ever Come Across Of This 1988 Vinyl With Insert.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Last Days Of The Century Last Days Of The Century
Pop New - LP 73316 Enigma
Sealed And Extremely Hard To Find 1988 Original With Insert. Custom Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Tiny Saw Cut.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Past Present And Future Past Present And Future
Pop New - LP JLS 3063 Janus
Sealed 1974 Original.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Time Passages Time Passages
Pop New - LP AB 4190 Arista
Sealed 1978 Original, CC, Rare, Custom Album Hype Sticker Over Shrink.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Time Passages Time Passages
Pop Used - LP AB 4190 Arista
1978 Original With Album Hype Sticker On Shrink And Custom Lyric Inner Sleeve. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Tiny Corner Bump.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Time Passages Time Passages
Pop Used - LP AB 4190 Arista
1978 Original With Custom Lyric Sleeve And Hype Sticker.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Live Radio Concert Album Live Radio Concert Album
Pop Used - LP SP 40 Arista
1979 White Label Promo Only LP. Songs Are: "On The Border," "Time Passages," "Life In Dark Water," "Roads To Moscow," "Valentina Way," "Year Of The Cat," "The Pink Panther Theme" And "Song On The Radio." Recorded In Chicago For WKQX. Jacket Has A Hint Of Ring Wear. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Modern Times Modern Times
Pop Used - LP JXS 7012 Janus
1975 Original. Cut Corner. Appears Unplayed. 4½ Stars! “Surely The Title Is A Bit Of An Allusion To The Past, Present And Future Of Its Predecessor, But Modern Times Also Brought Al Stewart Into The Present, Establishing His Classic Sound Of Folky Narratives And Lennonesque Melodies, All Wrapped Up In A Lush, Layered Production From Alan Parsons. Hearing This Production Makes It Clear That This Is What Was Missing From Past, Since It Gives Epics Like The Title Track A Real Sense Of Grandeur That Makes Their Sentiments Resonate Strongly. But It's Not Just The Improvement In Production That Makes Modern Times The Beginning Of Stewart's Classic Period -- His Songwriting Has Leapt Up And Met His Ambitions, As It Retains The Historical Sweep Of His Earlier Material But Melds It To A Melodic Sensibility That's Alternately Comforting And Haunting. This Skill Is Apparent Throughout Modern Times, And Is Married To A Sound That Is Its Equivalent, Making This An Exquisite Pop-Prog Gem.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Year Of The Cat Year Of The Cat
Pop Audiophile - LP MFSL 1-009 Mobile Fidelity
1978 Half-Speed Mastered Rarity Housed In A Gatefold Jacket With The Original Outer Poly Bag. LP Appears New, Unplayed. “Al Stewart Had Found His Voice On Past, Present & Future And Found His Sound On Modern Times. He Then Perfected It All On 1976's Year Of The Cat, Arguably His Masterpiece. There Is No Overarching Theme Here, As There Was On Its Two Immediate Predecessors, But The Impossible Lushness Of Alan Parsons' Production And Stewart's Evocative Continental Narratives Give The Record A Welcome Feeling Of Cohesion That Keeps The Record Enchanting As It Moves From "Lord Grenville" To "Midas Shadow" To "Broadway Hotel," Before It Ends With The Haunting Title Track. Along The Way, Stewart Doesn't Dwell Too Deeply In Any Area, Preferring To Trace Out Mysteries With His Evocative Lyrical Imagery And A Spinning Array Of Self-Consciously Sophisticated Music, Songs That Evoke American And European Folk And Pop With A Deliberate Grace. This Could Be Unbearably Precious If It Didn't Work So Well. Stewart Is Detached From His Music, But Only In The Sense That He Gives This Album A Stylish Elegance, And Parsons Is His Perfect Foil, Giving The Music A Rich, Panoramic Sweep That Mimics Stewart's Globe-Trotting Songs. The Result Is A Tremendous Example Of How Good Self-Conscious Progressive Pop Can Be, Given The Right Producer And Songwriter -- And If You're A Fan Of Either Prog Or Pop And Haven't Given Al Stewart Much Thought, Prepare To Be Enchanted.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - 24 Carrots 24 Carrots
Pop New - LP AL 9520 Arista
Sealed 1980 Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker On Shrink.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Past Present & Future Past Present & Future
Pop New - LP 25-3P-116 Epic
New, Unplayed Japanese Pressing With Obi.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Live - Indian Summer Live - Indian Summer
Pop New - LP A2L 8607 Arista
Sealed 1981 2LP Gatefold Original. Saw Cut. Side One Recorded At Evergreen Studios, Los Angeles. Sides Two, Three And Four Recorded Live At The Roxy. Live Performances Of All The Al Stewart Masterpieces. Custom Album Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Modern Times Modern Times
Pop New - LP AL 9525 Arista
Sealed 1975 Second Issue With "Priceless Music" Sticker On Jacket Under Shrink.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Past Present And Future Past Present And Future
Pop Used - LP 32026 CBS
UK Stereo Issue. Some Discoloration On Back Cover. Features Rick Wakeman, Dave Swarbick, Tim Renwick And Others.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Year Of The Cat Year Of The Cat
Pop New - LP JXS 7022 Janus
Sealed, Rare 1976 Janus Label Gatefold Original. This Title Was Briefly In Print On Janus Before Switching To Arista. Label Scan Is From An Open Copy We Previously Had In Stock.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Time Passages Time Passages
Pop New - LP AB 4190 Arista
Sealed 1978 Original.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Time Passages Time Passages
Pop Used - LP AB 4190 Arista
Beautiful 1978 Original Label With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Year Of The Cat Year Of The Cat
Pop Audiophile - LP FRM 7022 Friday Music
New, Unplayed 2012 180gm Gatefold Reissue. Like Almost All Friday Music Releases, These Do Not Come Sealed, But Are New, Unplayed Copies. These Have Been Mastered From The Original Tapes By Joe Reagoso At Friday Music Studios. Packaging Features The Amazing Original Gatefold Album Cover Artwork Designed By Hipgnosis (Pink Floyd) For This Limited Edition.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Russians And Americans Russians And Americans
Pop New - LP PB 6042 Passport
Sealed 1984 Original With Cut Corner.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Orange Orange
Pop Used - LP 64730 CBS
Beautiful 1972 UK Orange Label Original. A1/B1 Stampers. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “This Is A Transitional Al Stewart Album. After Stretching The Boundaries Of Song Length And Language With Love Chronicles, He Was In A Something Of A Holding Pattern On Orange, Without Any Obviously Profound Inspiration Or Moments Of Daring. "Songs Out Of Clay," However, Does Reveal The First Signs Of The Mix Of Acoustic And Electric Guitar Sounds That He Would Perfect On His Next Album, Past, Present And Future, Two Years Later, While "The Fourth Of May," A Six-Minute Personal Story-Song, Gets Something Of The Beat And The Sound That Stewart Would Refine In Achieving His Subsequent Success -- He Just Needed Subject Matter Other Than Busted Relationships. Orange Also Introduced Tim Renwick, Whose Lead Guitar Would Become Central To The Sound On Stewart's Subsequent Albums. His Singing, However, Is Still Of A Rather Mournful And Even Monotonous Nature, Except On Those Two Songs; He Hadn't Yet Found Sufficient Variety In His Tone And Delivery, And Even The Presence Of Rick Wakeman's Elegant, Classically Based, Arpeggio-Laden Piano Accompaniments Couldn't Rescue Most Of These Songs. There's Also A Pretty Cool Cover Of Bob Dylan's "I Don't Believe You," Cut As A Warm-Up For The Rest Of The Album.” Bruce Eder, AMG.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Orange Orange
Pop Used - LP ECPL 20 Epic
Rare Japanese First Pressing Housed In A Gatefold Jacket With 24 Page Booklet, No Obi.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - 24 Carrots 24 Carrots
Pop dbx - LP NR 34 Nautilus
Rare 1980 dbx Original With 4 Page Lyric Sheet And dbx Insert. Can Only Be Played Using A dbx Decoder. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Time Passages Time Passages
Pop Used - LP RVP 6328 RCA
Rare 1978 Japanese White Label Promo With 4 Page Insert. Appears Unplayed. Tiny Seam Crack.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Early Years Early Years
Pop Used - LP PL 25131 RCA
Beautiful 1970 UK Orange Label Original Housed In A Laminated Gatefold Jacket. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Early Years Early Years
Pop New - LP 2JXS-7026 Janus
Sealed 1977 2LP Gatefold.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Orange Orange
Pop Used - LP 64730 CBS
1972 UK Orange Label Original. A1/B1 Stampers. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Jacket Has A Light Top Left Corner Crease, Hence Price. “This Is A Transitional Al Stewart Album. After Stretching The Boundaries Of Song Length And Language With Love Chronicles, He Was In A Something Of A Holding Pattern On Orange, Without Any Obviously Profound Inspiration Or Moments Of Daring. "Songs Out Of Clay," However, Does Reveal The First Signs Of The Mix Of Acoustic And Electric Guitar Sounds That He Would Perfect On His Next Album, Past, Present And Future, Two Years Later, While "The Fourth Of May," A Six-Minute Personal Story-Song, Gets Something Of The Beat And The Sound That Stewart Would Refine In Achieving His Subsequent Success -- He Just Needed Subject Matter Other Than Busted Relationships. Orange Also Introduced Tim Renwick, Whose Lead Guitar Would Become Central To The Sound On Stewart's Subsequent Albums. His Singing, However, Is Still Of A Rather Mournful And Even Monotonous Nature, Except On Those Two Songs; He Hadn't Yet Found Sufficient Variety In His Tone And Delivery, And Even The Presence Of Rick Wakeman's Elegant, Classically Based, Arpeggio-Laden Piano Accompaniments Couldn't Rescue Most Of These Songs. There's Also A Pretty Cool Cover Of Bob Dylan's "I Don't Believe You," Cut As A Warm-Up For The Rest Of The Album.” Bruce Eder, AMG.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Past Present And Future Past Present And Future
Pop New - LP JLS 3063 Janus
Sealed 1974 Original. Featuring Rick Wakeman, Dave Swarbick, Tim Renwick And Others. Cut Corner. “Past, Present & Future: The Record Where Al Stewart Truly Begins To Discover His Voice. This Is Largely Through His Decision To Indulge His Fascination With History And Construct A Concept Album That Begins With "Old Admirals" And Ends With "Nostradamus" And His Predictions For The Future. A Concept Like This Undoubtedly Will Strike Prog Warning Bells In The Minds Of Most Listeners But, Ironically, He Has Stripped Back Most Of The Prog Trappings From Orange, Settling Into A Haunting Folk Bed For These Long, Winding Tales. If Anything, This Results In An Album That Is A Bit Too Subdued, But Even So, It's Apparent That Stewart Has Finally Found His Muse, Focusing His Songwriting And Intent To A Greater Extent Than Ever Before. Now, The Key Was To Find The Same Sense Of Purpose In Record-Making -- He Didn't Quite Get It Here, But He Would The Next Time Around.” Stephen, Thomas Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Year Of The Cat Year Of The Cat
Pop Audiophile - LP MFSL 1-009 Mobile Fidelity
Factory Sealed, Limited Edition Half-Speed Mastered Original With Italicized Printing On Top Of Gatefold Cover. Yellow "Super High Fidelity" Sticker On The Outer Baggy. Pressed In Japan By JVC. “Al Stewart Had Found His Voice On Past, Present & Future And Found His Sound On Modern Times. He Then Perfected It All On 1976's Year Of The Cat, Arguably His Masterpiece. There Is No Overarching Theme Here, As There Was On Its Two Immediate Predecessors, But The Impossible Lushness Of Alan Parsons' Production And Stewart's Evocative Continental Narratives Give The Record A Welcome Feeling Of Cohesion That Keeps The Record Enchanting As It Moves From "Lord Grenville" To "Midas Shadow" To "Broadway Hotel," Before It Ends With The Haunting Title Track. Along The Way, Stewart Doesn't Dwell Too Deeply In Any Area, Preferring To Trace Out Mysteries With His Evocative Lyrical Imagery And A Spinning Array Of Self-Consciously Sophisticated Music, Songs That Evoke American And European Folk And Pop With A Deliberate Grace. This Could Be Unbearably Precious If It Didn't Work So Well. Stewart Is Detached From His Music, But Only In The Sense That He Gives This Album A Stylish Elegance, And Parsons Is His Perfect Foil, Giving The Music A Rich, Panoramic Sweep That Mimics Stewart's Globe-Trotting Songs. The Result Is A Tremendous Example Of How Good Self-Conscious Progressive Pop Can Be, Given The Right Producer And Songwriter -- And If You're A Fan Of Either Prog Or Pop And Haven't Given Al Stewart Much Thought, Prepare To Be Enchanted.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Russians And Americans Russians And Americans
Pop Used - LP PB 6042 Passport
1984 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - 24 Carrots 24 Carrots
Pop Used - LP AL 9520 Arista
1980 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Time Passages Time Passages
Pop Used - LP PL 25173 RCA
1978 UK Orange Label With Custom Die Cut Inner Sleeve.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Year Of The Cat Year Of The Cat
Pop New - LP JXS 7022 Janus
Factory Sealed, Rare 1976 Janus Label Gatefold Original. This Title Was Briefly In Print On Janus Before Switching To Arista. This Copy Has An Arista "Year Of The Cat" Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Year Of The Cat Year Of The Cat
Pop Used - LP JXS 7022 Janus
Beautiful, Rare 1976 Janus Label Gatefold Original In Shrink. This Title Was Briefly In Print On Janus Before Switching To Arista. Track List Sticker On Shrink On Back.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Year Of The Cat Year Of The Cat
Pop Audiophile - LP MFSL 1-009 Mobile Fidelity
Sealed 1978 Half-Speed Master Housed In A Gatefold Cover. LP Pressed In Japan By JVC. White Stickered Outer Poly Bag Is From Gray Acoustics Limited In Ontario, Canada. Small Bottom Seam Split At The Mouth (Barely Visible).... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Past Present And Future Past Present And Future
Pop New - LP AL 9524 Arista
Sealed 2nd Issue. “Past, Present & Future: The Record Where Al Stewart Truly Begins To Discover His Voice. This Is Largely Through His Decision To Indulge His Fascination With History And Construct A Concept Album That Begins With "Old Admirals" And Ends With "Nostradamus" And His Predictions For The Future. A Concept Like This Undoubtedly Will Strike Prog Warning Bells In The Minds Of Most Listeners But, Ironically, He Has Stripped Back Most Of The Prog Trappings From Orange, Settling Into A Haunting Folk Bed For These Long, Winding Tales. If Anything, This Results In An Album That Is A Bit Too Subdued, But Even So, It's Apparent That Stewart Has Finally Found His Muse, Focusing His Songwriting And Intent To A Greater Extent Than Ever Before. Now, The Key Was To Find The Same Sense Of Purpose In Record-Making -- He Didn't Quite Get It Here, But He Would The Next Time Around.” Stephen, Thomas Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Time Passages Time Passages
Pop New - LP AB 4190 Arista
Sealed 1978 Original. Cut Corner. Custom Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Stewart, Al - Year Of The Cat Year Of The Cat
Pop Audiophile - LP MFSL 1-009 Mobile Fidelity
1978 Original Half-Speed Master With Non-Italic Printing On Top Of Gatefold Cover. Yellow "Super High Fidelity" Sticker On The Outer Baggy. Appears To Have Been Played Once With A Light Spindle Mark On Each Label.... more details
 

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