Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Highly Collectable Top Shelf Merch

Behold!


Your eyes are feasting upon the visual salad that is Look What I Did merchandise. I believe this is the very first LWID shirt I purchased. It was at a now defunct club called the Muse in Nashville, TN. Be sure to click on the picture to read the clever thought bubble.

"There he is.. There is a representative of the worst class of human in the world... the musician! Study him without his artificial bravery .. without his manufactured glamour! There is the musician as he really is!

Look, I know your mega jealous of my shirt. If you would like to own a piece of vintage LOOK WHAT I DID history and pretend you were way INTO THEM BACK IN THE DAY before they sold out and starting making $40,000 you can acquire this shirt from me for a mere two thousand federal reserve notes.

-joey

http://www.facebook.com/lookwhatidid


Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Sebastian's Analog Prison music video (Director's Cut)

Behold! I present to you, faithful and worthy Look What I Did fans, an alternate version of the Look What I Did music video 'Sebastian's Analog Prison':

The official and original music video for Sebastian's Analog Prison can be viewed here:
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3ldNnJFvuc

              ****for full viewing pleasure make sure to watch in 1080hd****

The initial spark of inspiration for the remake came after watching a Prison Documentary on Netflix concerning the psychological damage inflicted upon prisoners who are placed in isolation or "the hole". The mix between security footage and candid interviews with the inmates created an almost repulsive sympathy for the individual locked behind bars, akin to an animal in a cage. Tales of constant pacing in the cell until the cement floor had been worn down, hearing voices, and feelings of extreme claustrophobia were commonplace among those in isolation. I imagined myself as the character Sebastian, unjustly imprisoned, afraid and bordering on the edge of madness in a desolate windowless cell as I chopped up and pieced together footage.

Another influence for the remake came to me while rummaging through the Sci-Fi section at Mckay's (a most excellent used video games/books/movies store in Nashville, TN). I cannot recall the name of the DVD, but the cover had some righteous use of neon pinks and blues with prisoners in assorted states of sorrow and despair stemming from being hooked up to some sort of virtual reality machine. The description of this dystopian film explained that prisoners were to be rehabilitated using virtual reality and intense therapy sessions. Instead, sadistic prison guards physically and mentally tortured them by altering the virtual reality sessions.

The original and official music video for Sebastian's Analog Prison is reminiscent of a 90's Alternative Rock video that could have debuted on the MTV show 120 Minutes. I wanted the Director's Cut to be more cerebral, unsteady, and create an atmosphere that felt crowded and full of gloom.

The opening shot is a nod to the in-between world as depicted in the Lord of the Rings film when Frodo would physically place the Ring upon his finger. Look What I Did vocalist, Barry Donegan, plays the role of Sebastian who slumbers in his cell and falls into a fitful sleep. Due to his faltering mental and physical health from cruel imprisonment, Sebastian is beginning to lose his grip on reality. He is fed and tormented by a Prison Guard, played by mega famous guitarist Skeet Childress. Sebastian's damaged psyche begins to unravel and is having trouble differentiating between his waking life and the dream world.

Sebastian is tortured by various methods including sleep deprivation, physical abuse, lack of adequate bedding, exposure to cold, and being forcibly drugged to quiet and crush his rebellious spirit. In purposeful contrast to the original music video, Sebastian is shown with a sickly green-yellow skin tone.

Also, the Prison Guard in the Director's Cut video alternates between an actual physical human Guard and a hologram projection version of the Guard that dangles keys just out of the reach of our hero and brandishes an AK47 while taunting Sebastian from afar. If you look closely while in 1080 hd mode you'll notice lines of alternating color similar to older television sets with lines of color which distort the projected image every so slightly.

At the 23 second mark feature two hurried clips of Sebastian mournfully singing yet they are actually being replayed backwards.

At the 38sec. and the 1min 36 sec. marks you may notice a visual reference to the Rad Roaches from the Fallout New Vegas Video Game. The Prison Guard likes to capture them in a jar, shake them to death, and munch on them as snacks while making fun of Sebastian. Also, the bugs in the jar are a visual allegory for Sebastian's plight.  

1min 07sec flashes TRAPPED IN HELL

at 1min 13 sec Sebastian gives in to the torture and exhaustion and collapses with everything fading to white. As he awakens he reluctantly decides to accept his servitude until he is sent a message from his primal self which declares RESCUE HER (1 min 17seconds) which revives and rekindles an ancient energy of love and boldness.

1min 25 sec is the visual representation of Sebastian's primal self... scrawling evocative images into his literal psyche to help him combat his current state of mental and physical slavery.

 At the 1min 54 second mark, the audience is shown that Sebastian is under constant video surveillance.

 2min 03 sec Sebastian's primal instincts awaken and despite the darkness he is able to summon a soulful song of rebellion from his captors. until the 3min 27sec mark.

While Sebastian remains imprisoned, he remains bold and relentless in his choice to be defiant. Thus, the more bold and colorful scrawlings and moon scenes.

***PLEASE keep in mind that the above is a "fan fiction" of sorts and not officially sanctioned by Look What I Did. These are my own thoughts/interpretations mixed with the original story presented
by the Look What I Did song Sebastian's Analog Prison.

What happens next? Does Sebastian escape? Does he rescue Sasha? Or is he heinously murdered? How many tattoo's does Jake have? Is Barry using anabolic steroids? If you appreciate the art damaged and independent spirit of rock n' roll as performed by Look What I Did be sure to give us a LIKE on Facebook, FOLLOW us on Twitter, LIKE us on YouTube, and buy $40,000 worth of merch at every show.

 -joey






Saturday, September 28, 2013

Sebastian's Analog Prison alternate version Music Video

Top Secret Information!

I'm working on an alternate version of the Look What I Did music video Sebastian's Analog Prison. I'm using some footage that didn't make it into the official video and will include a blog post explaining the inspiration behind this director's cut version. Here are some screen shots to whet your appetite for Look What I Did's special blend of creative destruction:





















watch the original music video here:
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3ldNnJFvuc

Thursday, September 19, 2013

Unwrite the Old Songs Artsy Video



I made this "found art" style video for the b-side song known as "Unwrite the Old Songs". It was a favorite track of mine and I thought I would make a video that was as weird and random as a Look What I Did album.

It's been approximately two years since I made this video but there are still a couple key moments that crack me up. My video crafting skills have improved but I'm eager to revisit the video and reveal the loose narrative I imagined while piecing together this work of art.

Easter Eggs:

The video includes some 80's references including the mullet, dancing to ghetto boxes, and monster truck racing. One may reminiscence on the good ole days or look back and jest at the silly trends that manifested. Unwrite the Old Songs reminds me of the old REM song Crush with Eyeliner particularly the lyrics:
 "We all invent ourselves...And you know me"

The video starts with a clip referencing Pygmalion, a famous Sculptor from Greek Mythology who fell in love with one of his statues.

3min 9sec a random picture of Wesley Willis .

At the 3min 14sec mark I included a clip from a trailer for a Zombie Movie filmed in Franklin, TN that never saw the light of day called "The South Will Rise Again".
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r5-h48ItpMY

3min 59 seconds I mistakenly refer to the title of Atlas Drugged as Atlas Shrugged.

http://lookwhatidid.bandcamp.com/album/rarities-b-sides-secrets
song lyrics:
i want to write a lyric
that i won't regret in the morning
i'm tired of building ivory castles
to just find out they're made of chalk
and maybe not wall it in with the vulgar
because that's such a "me" thing to do
and i suppose i would try if you let me
to preserve your essence in posterity (forever)
are you worth it?

if you find the art to be invasive
be careful who you are inspiring

we can't help but feel like liars
when we present these loft galateas
though they may be milky-white on the surface
the maggots have consumed their hearts
and maybe thats the charm for the listener
that the image they get is seen through filters
and i suppose i have tried and i've failed to
deliver the picture with conviction (embellished)
you weren't worth it

pygmalion
was a fool
its all a waste of my time
i will unwrite
all my old songs
you have invalidated them
i feel cheap

***my artistic interpretation of the Look What I Did song is my own opinion***
***I used random footage obtained via the Interwebz This video may contain copyrighted material, the use of which may not always have been specifically Authorized by the copyright owner. Such material is made available for educational purposes, and as such this constitutes 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Act. In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107, the material in this video is available without profit to those who have expressed an interest in the included information for research and educational purposes.***

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Hidden Camera Footage reveals...



Look What I Did's most recent live show was at the Pour House in Nashville, TN. I recorded the performance and forgot I had a second camera going on a table placed near the action. The video captures decent audio, Barry's in between songs banter w/ the audience, and some sexy dancing by Skeet Childress and Tyrone Coughlin.


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Friday, September 13, 2013

Word on the Streets

I need to add this to my weekly post rotation... Word on the Streets is an opportunity to address Look What I Did rumors, dispel myths, and enact positive propaganda for the weirdest band ever formed in Nashville, TN.

                                                            Barry Donegan (before surgery)

Vocalist and erratic frontman, Barry Donegan, exchanged some fisticuffs with Glenn Danzig and Henry Rollins last week. Barry was surprise attacked by the duo outside of the LWID recording studios. Barry dealt with the dastardly duo with a volley of uppercuts, bodyslams, and elbow drops. Mr. Rollins got in one lucky blow smashing a red camera into Barry's face which had to be surgically removed.

Look What I Did are already recording new songs while finishing up the forthcoming concept EP entitled Sebastian's Analog Prison. I'll try to get permission to attend the next recording session in order to bring you an exclusive preview of their next masterpiece.

Contrary to popular belief, Look What I Did members are highly concerned with this nation's at risk youth. Three schools and two community centers across the Midwest have been built by Look What I Did. It is a scientific fact that children's reading comprehension and math skills improve by 27%  after LWID plays in their town.

Look What I Did may perform at a random super top secret/only the hippest kids in town will know/totally underground house show in the near future...

Look What I Did believe in a holistic approach to healing the woes of this nation. In a scientific study conducted by Monsanto and B.F. Skinner, 14 children were taken off their ADHD medications and locked in a gym with members of Look What I Did and Last Chance to Reason for two weeks. The results were incredible:

Thursday, September 12, 2013

The most Fashionable Band in the World

Fashionistas in Paris and Kentucky wait with baited breath for Look What I Did to perform live and make public appearances in order to imitate the most Fashionable Band in the World. The members of Look What I Did are internationally known for their trendy outfits, innovative accessories, and highly collectable band merchandise. Hugo Boss and other major fashion outfitters have consulted with Look What I Did for their 2013 Fashion Fall Line-Up.


The most Fashionable Band in the World post will be a reoccurring feature that will highlight a piece of Look What I Did merchandise. Today's item of envy is a super rare corvette red colored Look What I Did shirt with a party-goer undergoing vivisection. Lyrics from the song "The Soiree" are cleverly displayed adding a layer of mystique to this Fall's must have look.
 
"They hold you down 'til they break your will
Everybody is taking pills
There's all this pity we give out of sequence
Let's just have a party, it's far more convenient"

"How are we supposed to arrive
If everyones already there
How are we supposed to survive
If everyones already dead"
 http://lookwhatidid.bandcamp.com/track/the-soiree

Are you a fellow trend setting Look What I Did fan? Post a pic of yourself at the Look What I Did Facebook page donning LWID garb and we'll make sure to submit your pics to our people at Cosmo, Elle, and Vogue.
http://www.facebook.com/lookwhatidid



Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Ten Reasons we love Look What I Did


As a kid, I grew up listening to every sort of music possible... Bands like Skinny Puppy, Jesus Lizard, the Melvins, Sonic Youth, Nine Inch Nails, the Exploited, Snapcase, Nirvana, Shudder to Think, Hilt, etc. I stayed up late to watch a television show on MTV called 120 Minutes, which played indie/alternative rock videos. Some of my favorite segments included behind the scenes footage from interviews or concerts.

Check out this little gem from the Look What I Did boys Spreading the Swine Flu Tour:
  1. Barry Donegan does not engage in the ingestion of Alcoholic Beverages. Even when it is infused with snake venom (5min).
  2. Childress is an 18th level Bard. Throughout the video and real life, Skeet is usually singing, dancing, or crafting some sort of original piece of music.
  3. Tyrone Coughlin is a world champion Line Dancer. Before joining Look What I Did, he would often warm up the crowd for Garth Brooks by buck dancing for dollars (4min 15sec).
  4. Jake Omen has an endorsement deal with every Alcoholic Beverage Company in the United States.
  5. Christopher Bradley has a thing for techno/rave music (2min 15sec).
  6. This visit to the Mormon Temple and Space Jesus Museum in Utah inspired the new LWID song Brigham Young and David Koresh Rally the Troops on the Moon (2min 45sec). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pStTGUczKUs
  7. Skeet Childress has no sense of direction. He is easily befuddled by maps of all sorts. (1 min 42 sec).
  8. As part of Look What I Did's ministry to the poor, they often pick up gypsies and hitchhikers while on Tour. Note the mysterious Tall Girl and the infamous vagrant Jesse Baker cameos throughout the video.
  9. Jake Omen is a former Japanese Pop Star and is fluent in 13 languages. As evidenced by his mastery of foreign languages at the 3 min 29 sec mark.
  10. Look What I Did are so hardcore that they forgo traditional bedding and opt to sleep on stage when not performing (4 min 45 seconds).
                                              

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Look What I Did is the Talk of the Nation



 "Coming out of the Nashville, Tennessee music scene, Look What I Did is, without a doubt, one of the most intense underground acts to surface over the past ten years. Taking inspiration from unpredictable artists such as Melvins and Jesus Lizard, the band cannot exactly be classified to a single genre. Look What I Did change their sound from album to album, or more accurately, song to song, always leaving the listener on edge."
http://www.alternativenation.net/?p=33343

Look What I Did banner crafted by local Nashville artist Patricia Rehkitzie. Give her Facebook Page a like: http://www.facebook.com/UnderwaterDollhouse


Look What I Did: Sex, Lies, and Videotape

Look What I Did is no stranger to controversy, and there is no topic too taboo to explore in the form of song.

October 2005:
The criminally underrated album by Look What I Did Minuteman for the Moment "Chest is a Ribcage". The complexity of relationships and their potential for self-sabotage are explored along with the frustration of the unrealistic expectations placed on males and females as portrayed by sappy movies on the Oxygen channel...

"I ain't been laid in five long years, man
It's just I got these ideals
I can't get them out of my head"

And she's waiting for me somewhere
On a train or a bus or something mundane like that
I know that's the case, you see
I know it to be so, you can ask my mom"

"I'll just be a thousand Oxygen channel movies
To a thousand different people
A thousand different ways
And I don't care who it hurts"

Another favorite track of my mine is the song innocently named "Lightning Bugs". The clever word play penned by Barry Donegan mix pleasant summertime memories with the consequences of toxic relationships. This song explores the issue of the libido dominante, meaning the lust for power or the desire to dominate:

"If you think you love her so much why must you manipulate her
You're the heart of a puppy with the soul of a chew toy
Your urge to collect her is frustrating to deal with
Your fingerprints on her, it seems wrong to affect it
The lightning bugs don't want to play for you"

"In a jar
With no breathing holes
You egotistical son of a bitch
This is for your amusement"

"But I do it too
Sometimes
I do it too, yeah" 

procure your digital downloads here:
 http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/minute-man-for-the-moment/id81934401

December 2006:
While playing a show with Foxy Shazam at the Gibson Showcase in Nashville, TN, Look What I Did surprises the crowd with a revved up and distorted version of the Abstinence Anthem "We Don't Have to Take our Clothes off" by Jermaine Stewart.
video here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wHZqe_CzfII

April 2008:
Look What I Did performs in Charlottesville, Virginia serenading the crowd with the always wholesome GG Allin tune "I Kill Everything I Fuck"
video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ExomZKDaN88

February 2010:
Look What I Did goes on a male self-loathing satirical tirade during the song entitled Pussy Comitatus. Video Directors, Dune Baydoun & Chris Bradley, forge a controversial music video with a M. Night Shyamalan twist.

"i'm a potential rapist
test tube my baby goo
you're a sex predator
bottle me up!
you cheated yourself
and you
sold me out"

"i'd make a bad dad
 am a potential rapist
and im a domestic abuse machine baby
call up the cops"

fill the pockets of Look What I Did with your filthy dollar bills here in exchange for a digital copy of this song here:  http://lookwhatidid.bandcamp.com/album/atlas-drugged

For the record, these are simply my opinions and song interpretations.

Monday, September 9, 2013

The Look What I Did Saga continues...


Introductions can be a stumbling block for some people, but in the spirit of Look What I Did I shall jump into the mosh pit that is the Internet face first. My name is Joey Fuller and I'm a Look What I Did fan. That's me to the right, trying to keep the camera focused on Barry's acrobatic stage antics. It is my duty to add my voice to the melodic noise heard rumbling in the wilderness, preparing the way for the eventual explosion and musical jubilee that is Look What I Did.

At this point, you may be thinking, wow this guy is some weird art damaged version of John the Baptist. If so, I'll take it as a compliment. Now that introductions are over, I'll speak plainly for awhile. I've known Barry Donegan (vocals) and Aaron Skeet Childress (guitar) since I was 10 years old. We went to middle and high school together, played role playing games as awkward teenagers, and frequented Lucy's Record Shop on the weekends ingesting every punk/metal/noise band that performed. Although I didn't grow up with the rest of the band (Jake Omen on drums, Tyrone Coughlin wielding the bass guitar, and Christopher Bradley on the guitars) I can assure you that they're well mannered gentlemen with a knack for crafting high quality music.

Stay tuned to this blog for updates on forthcoming Look What I Did releases, behind the scenes videos, cheat codes, and super complex stuff that will make you 100 times more awesome than you already are!

Sincerely,

Joey Fuller
 http://www.youtube.com/user/joeyfullervideos

P.S- Since we've just met, let's make sure to stay in touch. Post your demands at the Look What I Did Facebook page and we'll negotiate an agreement which will be mutually beneficial to all adventure seeking individuals who are brave enough to blast Look What I Did from their boomboxes.  http://www.facebook.com/lookwhatidid

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Brand new LOOK WHAT I DID music video: 'Sebastian's Analog Prison'



'Sebastian's Analog Prison' will appear on the forthcoming LWID rock opera Zanzibar III: Analog Prison, due out later this year.

Episode 3: Sebastian's Analog Prison - Lyrics, Script

Having been condemned to Zanzibar's secret prison, Sebastian sits in a wretched cobbled and dusty cell, slumped before a small window, peering at the moon. He pines for his fiance Sasha.

Sebastian is mournful and melancholy as he sings in vain to his betrothed.

Sebastian: "both our hearts beat
under the same sky
tonight
the only comfort in this cell
is in that sky
outside"

Sebastian becomes frustrated and angry with his situation.

Sebastian: "And I'm locked in jail
and I've been in here
so damned long
I think I'll lose my mind
and I'm trapped in Hell
and when
I get out
I will rescue her
and we'll fight until we're"

Sebastian's confidence grows.

Sebastian: "Free!
Cause these walls
are closing in on me
These walls, these walls
are closing in on me
These walls are so threatening
and closing in on me
these walls, these walls
are closing in on me

and when I get out
I will rescue her
and we'll fight until we're
Free!"

Determined now to escape, Sebastian turns his thoughts to Sasha as he formulates his plan.

Sebastian: "Both our hearts beat
under the same sky
tonight
the only comfort in this cell
is in that sky
outside"

Credits:

Look What I Did is:
Ty Coughlin
Aaron "Skeet" Childress
Chris Bradley
Jake Omen
Barry Donegan

Video directed by Joey Fuller and Aaron "Skeet" Childress
Song recorded, produced, and mixed by Chris Bradley

Sunday, May 26, 2013

NEW SONG: Look What I Did - "Wait, Don't Jump" from Zanzibar III: Analog Prison




After Sebastian's disappearance into Zanzibar's custody, an angry mob of Sebastian-supporting centaur horse-people from his community in Ban'hak Village has gathered in protest of Zanzibar at the town square. Zanzibar, having ordered Magistrate Lord Witherow to put Sebastian to death, descends upon the protesters, intending to give a deceptive speech to calm them.

Zanzibar plans to portray Sebastian's impending death by execution as a suicide. Zanzibar cautions the angry mob.

Zanzibar: "Wait up on your feet. Wait, dont jump the beat."

Zanzibar begins spinning a fabricated tale in which he tries to convince Sebastian not to commit suicide.

Zanzibar: "...And it was the perfect night to slip in the crowd and disappear until you pull this shit. I know you want to believe in something, and I care enough to speak up now and not let you look like an asshole."

The mob seems suspicious and begins grumbling. Zanzibar continues to urge caution.

Zanzibar: "Wait, don't move your feet. Wait, don't jump the beat."

Zanzibar fictionalizes a story in which Sebastian jumps to his death.

Zanzibar: "He was on the ledge. He was leaning forward. He fell. I know he wanted to believe in something, and I cared enough to speak up then to try and stop this from happening."

The crowd doesn't buy Zanzibar's lies and begins moving towards him.

Zanzibar: "Wait. Don't move your feet. Wait, you're coming t'wards me."

A protester angrily responds.

Protester: "We don't buy it anymore. We think you're lying to us again. You're always lying to us, man. Silence! We won't take this! You murdered our hero! We vote no confidence! Take five paces! You'll need them!"

The protester turns to the angry mob.

Protester: "Attention! This is the last straw! A war you must want! A war you will get. Charge him! This is our will. There will be no trial. He must not live. We will kill Zanzibar!"

The crowd joins in chorus to show support for the conflict with Zanzibar.

The centaurs: "Our souls swell, we'll fill everywhere. Our souls swell, joy and anger everywhere."

Credits:

Look What I Did is:
Ty Coughlin
Aaron "Skeet" Childress
Chris Bradley
Jake Omen
Barry Donegan

Zanzibar III: Analog Prison will be released on vinyl later this year. :)

Monday, March 25, 2013

Look What I Did - David Koresh Has a Message (For You) - Zanzibar III: Analog Prison

Look What I Did - David Koresh Has a Message (For You) - Zanzibar III: Analog Prison



Commander David Koresh and 75 of his best troops huddle on-board a shuttle, hurtling forth from the Moon to Earth. General Brigham Young ordered them out on an expedition to acquire water from Earth for the Moon outpost New Manasseh. The crew is stuffed uncomfortably in rows of benches. 

David Koresh, awash with excitement for what he believes will be his breakout mission, explodes into song, detailing his seven seals prophecy. His troops sing along mockingly.

David Koresh: "I've got a message that I'm bringing down. I'm gonna' tell em all about the seven seals. I've got a message that I'm sent to give, and Lake Panic's gonna' hear about it. I'm on a rocket and I'm coming down to tell the Earth that this happens all the time through history. I've got a message, and it's the seven seals."

Koresh sings along with his troops, despite the fact that they are mocking him.

The Troops, "He likes the seven seals. He likes to talk about it. He likes the seven seals. You're gonna' hear about it."

David Koresh: "We're on a mission to save our colony. When we return, everyone will hear about it. We'll be famous, and I can give a speech and tell everyone all about the seven seals. I'm called to do this -- it is my destiny. Someone will probably write some kind of song about it. I've got a message, and it's the seven seals."

The Troops, "He likes the seven seals. He likes to talk about it. He likes the seven seals. You're gonna' hear about it."

Credits:

Look What I Did is:
Ty Coughlin
Aaron "Skeet" Childress
Chris Bradley
Jake Omen
Barry Donegan

Song will appear on Zanzibar III: Analog Prison (forthcoming TBA)

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Look What I Did Releases New Song, "The Trial"

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

LOOK WHAT I DID Releases New Song, "The Trial"

NASHVILLE, Tennessee (January 8, 2013) - Melodic mathcore band Look What I Did just released a brand new track from the forthcoming rock opera Zanzibar III: Analog Prison. The song is called "The Trial" and can be found on the Look What I Did YouTube page. In this episode of the rock opera, the protagonist-centaur Sebastian stands trial in Zanzibar's Star Chamber-esque court system. The song comes complete with a script which can be found in the Description section of the YouTube player. 

Zanzibar III: Analog Prison is set to release in Spring 2013. An indie label has been tapped to press the offering to vinyl. More information on the label and other release details will be made available in the coming weeks.

The song can be heard at the YouTube link, found below.



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