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Views Read Edit View history. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Download as PDF Printable version. Wikimedia Commons. List of albums released. List of years in music. Living Out Loud. Up All Night. Chasing Your Tomorrows. Live in Japan Music in High Places. Simple Things Remixes. Elements, Pt. The Heartless Control Everything. Other People's Songs. Alive Again. And Don't Forget to Breathe.
The Heat Death of the Universe. Mary Star of the Sea. Bonnie 'Prince' Billy. The Raven. Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds. The All-American Rejects. Canterbury Fayre The Dreamer.
Get Rich or Die Tryin'. Architecture in Helsinki. Another Late Night: Kid Loco. An Elefant Never Forgets. John Mayer. Do It For Love. The Essential Ozzy Osbourne. Ted Leo and the Pharmacists. Strapping Young Lad. Office of Strategic Influence. Deep Water Slang V2. Jennifer Hanson. Reggie and the Full Effect. All Else Failed. The Austin Sessions. Everything's Eventual. The Beautiful Letdown. Philadelphia Freeway. Valley of the Damned. Human Zoo. Magnolia Electric Co.
More Parts per Million. The Power to Believe. Street Dreams. The Well's on Fire. Where Shall You Take Me? Fantastic Plastic Machine. Just Listen. Put on Your Rosy Red Glasses. Diamonds on the Inside. Craig Morgan. Level II. Slow Motion Daydream. Sounds of St. Lucia: Live. Two Lefts Don't Make a Right Volume 4. Back in the World. Hellraiser: Best of the Epic Years. Catch the Rainbow: The Anthology. The Allman Brothers Band. Kill or Be Killed. Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks.
Transfiguration of Vincent. Da Undaground Heat, Vol. Long Gone Before Daylight. Innocent Eyes. Double Live Annihilation. Regaining Unconsciousness. Destination: Beautiful. Top of the World Tour: Live. The Very Best of the Velvet Underground. The Velvet Underground. Danse Macabre Remixes. The Essential Electric Light Orchestra. Electric Light Orchestra. The Essential Stabbing Westward. Keep on Your Mean Side.
The Secret of Elena's Tomb. Sleeping with Ghosts. Weather Systems. Transatlantic Demos. Adoration: The Worship Album. The Blueprint 2. Revolutions per Minute. Sunlight Makes Me Paranoid. West for Wishing. To Whom It May Concern. The Path. Have You Forgotten? The Blessed Hellride. Darker Than Black. Into the Valley of Death.
A Night at the Booty Bar. Ser art. Songs of Life. Osavurio: Ai wa Matte Kurenai. Welcome to Dun Vegas. Black Cherry. The Trouble with Being Myself. Keith Murray. The Matrix Reloaded: The Album. Meet the Girl Next Door.
High Anxiety. Mind Revolution. Welcome to the Monkey House. Beneath This Gruff Exterior. Blueprints for the Black Market.
Committed to a Bright Future. Dirty Sweet. O' Cracker Where Art Thou? On and On. One Word Extinguisher. Politics of the Business. Scandinavian Leather. Take This to Your Grave. We've Come for You All. When I Pretend to Fall. Late Night Tales: Nightmares on Wax. Singles Box Set Days of our Lives. The Golden Age of Grotesque. The Impossibility of Reason. Born to Be Free. Boz Scaggs. For All the Drugs in the World. I Am the Fun Blame Monster! Sammy Hagar and The Waboritas.
Mississippi: The Album. Places for Breathing. The Promise. Rabbit Don't Come Easy. The Streetsweeper, Vol. Hanzel Und Gretyl. When Broken Is Easily Fixed. Friend or Foe? Where Have You Been Tonight?
How the West Was Won. In Between Now and Then. Olympia Deuxmilletrois. So Much for the City. Smile Empty Soul. Winterheart's Guild. If you or anyone you know has ever received a terminal diagnosis, the first thought is about time. Since forming back inMastodon have certainly made the most of their time.
Emperor of Sand offers the next conceptual and instrumental evolution for these musicians. Two years later, Leviathan was about hunting a metaphoric whale that could solve all of your problems, or it could kill you in the hunt. We took a journey up Blood Mountain and vaulted all of the hurdles that needed to be cleared for survival. Crack The Skye was its own deep and twisted concept. The Hunter was loosely based on dealing with death.
To that end, it ties into our entire discography. We tend to draw inspiration from very real things in our lives. He spent the next six months making regular trips to Rochester, NY before her Album) passing in September. No matter how old I was, my mom never let go of worrying about me, checking in on me, and trying to give me advice on life.
As jamming ramped up, a narrative took shape for Emperor of LP. He gets lost, and the sun is zapping all of his energy akin to radiation. He adds all of these bells, whistles, and perks outside of being an awesome musician in his own right. Everything came together lickety-split. We still have the same four guys after 17 years. I love it, and I love those dudes. I hope someone will find it touching. We navigate through difficult circumstances musically and in life as brothers. Seeing their names in lights next to Slayer, Megadeth, and Metallica had a catalyzing effect on the band weary from years of toil and changing times.
We knew we had something awesome, but it was about everybody giving it a chance — we sold a lot of records. As with any band, Anthrax has its creative turbulences, but those add up to their unique chemistry. In the end, the five bring it all together to create what simply is Anthrax music.
In the summer ofCharlie realized that due to his ongoing carpel tunnel syndrome, he would be unable to join the band on all tour dates going forward.
Those first sessions were unbelievable. Crucially, Charlie would employ a secret weapon that would become central to the process of creating an album that would stand tall in a back-catalogue bejeweled with some of the most important and influential releases of all time: a mutant guitar called The Shark.
I wanted this Eddie Van Halen replica of his, which is taken from an Ibanez Destroyer but it kinda looks like an Explorer now. There have been other changes, too. I just loved it as soon as I heard it. I mean, Scott is just a top-notch rhythm player — there are a lot of classic riffs going on!
I was working most closely with Charlie. Ok, now gimme some Eddie. KISS was a big thing for me, they were like kings to me. Says Scott:. You bring a child into the picture, and it makes everything so much scarier. Out of fear comes anger and it makes you hate the world that much more.
That was a huge well of fear in my belly to draw from. Grandson is a year-old alternative artist hailing from Canada. At 17, he moved to Montreal to attend university, and began working in nightclubs cleaning tables and DJing. He started writing music at this time, incorporating the unique blend of sounds he grew up surrounded by. He started experimenting with music production and rapping indropped out of school and headed to Los Angeles to pursue music full time.
He found a small community of musicians to work and perform with in LA and eventually formed his band. Steadily, without pretension, the fearlessly determined and boundlessly creative Midwest powerhouse perfects a sound sought by a generation of bands, equal parts solitary musical confession and celebratory exorcism. Their marriage of colossally catchy choruses and post-hardcore- soaked-in-sweaty-metal is without rival. A savage attack against mental illness and an outright refusal to suffer in silence, Below weaponizes its deceptively radio-ready bombast to deliver stone cold truth missives, each packed like a bomb with noisy rock chaos.
The five friends converge as an explosive, formidable live Album). Their shared commitment to leave everything they have on the stage, each and every time, earned consistent accolades in tastemaker publications like Kerrang! Below was written, performed, produced, engineered, mixed, and mastered by Caleb. The message was received, and the throngs of likeminded people who responded became his lifeboat. DisgustingAggressiveDiseaseand Below expanded those themes of desperation, each sonically getting a step closer to the magical balance between the blood, sweat, and tears of classic recordings and the smooth gloss of modern production.
Below revels in the darker underbelly of traditional metal, soaked in stoner rock tones and doomy dirge. The recovery comes in the process; the journey is the destination. As long as the dueling dichotomy of mental health anguish and cathartic creative expression remain bound together, Shomo and his mates will be here to oversee the show. So please, enjoy the ride. Through an unwavering dedication to progression, Wage War sharpen their patented hybrid of heavy pit-starting technicality and hummable hypnotic melodies with each subsequent evolution.
Look no further than the aptly titled third full-length from the Florida quintet, Pressure [Fearless Records]. The band—Briton Bond [lead vocals], Cody Quistad [rhythm guitar, clean vocals], Seth Blake [lead guitar], Chris Gaylord [bass], and Stephen Kluesener [drums]—drove themselves to fully realize their ambition by pushing harder.
A whirlwind four years set the foundation for such a statement. It starts at ground zero. By wiping the slate clean and turning the page to the next chapter, Sleeping With Sirens re-center, recalibrate, and realign on their fifth full-length and first album for Sumerian Records, How It Feels to Be Lost. The gold-certified quintet—Kellin Quinn [vocals, keyboards], Jack Fowler [lead guitar], Nick Martin [rhythm guitar], Justin Hills [bass], and Gabe Barham [drums]—amplify the impact of their unpredictable fretwork, velvet vocal acrobatics, and hypnotically heavy alternative transmissions without compromise.
We wrote one song, liked it, and moved on. Everything finally fell into place. However, everything came to a head during In the midst of the tour cycle for Gossip, Kellin found himself at rock bottom under a haze of depression and alcoholism. For the last few years, I was struggling with alcoholism, depression, and anxiety. Being on the road and touring as much as we did for Gossip was really hard on me. Something just happened one day. Both of those things happened within a week.
This time around, they welcomed longtime friends Zakk Cervini [blink] and Matt Good [Asking Alexandria] behind the board as producers.
A buoyant riff seesaws between electronic echoes before converging on a vocal crescendo topped off by a hard-hitting scream and distorted crash. There are people who listen to my band.
This is also a reminder for the youth to keep fighting. We finally found ourselves. In finding themselves, Sleeping With Sirens emerge with their most dynamic and definitive body of work to date.
They got me through hard times in my life if I needed to scream or sing my heart out or just feel thrashing guitars and loud music.
This album brings all of those sides together. I want this to be our anthem for new fans. To the diehards, we want this to do justice for you. Dance Gavin Dance fully indulges the extremes of creativity. They mine the outer reaches of the rock music landscape with thrilling abandon. Their ambitious blend of heady progressive rock and post-hardcore became something uniquely their own.
Their albums regularly chart in the Billboardeach of the last three progressively higher than the last, from Top 40 to the Top Where most bands erroneously claim wholly distinct identities, Dance Gavin Dance truly defies categorization. The new record is the strongest and most wondrously diverse showcase yet for the lauded post-hardcore experimentalists, equal parts intense, melodic, and unbound. Now more than a dozen years on from their inception, Dance Gavin Dance celebrates an insurgent career, in the tradition of iconoclastic artists from Frank Zappa to Nirvana who did what they wanted, how they wanted, confident that an audience would catch-up.
Visionary media collective STARSET have carved out a unique path as part cinematic rock band, part conceptual storytellers, weaving an intricate narrative through multimedia and redefining the concept of a truly immersive entertainment experience.
Led by enigmatic frontman and PhD candidate Dustin Bates, the band have made it their mission to take fans on a journey through music, video, AR-integrated performances, a Marvel graphic novel and online experiences, blurring the lines of science, fact, and fiction. Clues have been left behind by The Starset Society through a series of transmissions of what will occur in the future. These have been seeded throughout the campaign for fans to find and for them to become part of the story itself in a search for knowledge and to reveal new music.
Visionary trailblazers and multimedia raconteurs, INK has steadily built a thrilling new underworld for a growing legion of devoted true believers, with theatrical shows, high-concept videos, and inventive band-to-fan communion. Ice Nine Kills summon the most captivating elements of metal, punk and hard rock and combine it with melody, cinematic obsession, and a literary fascination. Not long after the Vietnam War, Bad Brains rallied a Rastafarian punk spirit against the international blight of apartheid and the coked-out corporate greed synonymous with eighties America.
Bringing blue brutality to the forefront of the zeitgeist, N. Dre and eventually Kendrick Lamar, Fishbone tackled poverty and urged for social justice. The list of sonic rebels goes on and on…. Inthe United States of America feels ripe for a musical uprising. Divided more than ever in its year history over systemic issues of immigration, race, class warfare, inequality, and misogyny, the time for change is now.
The band is The Fever Comprised of vocalist Jason Aalon Butler [ex-letlive. By no means do we expect other artists to take on this task. Most of the people who made big improvements were either assassinated or just called crazy. We make it ostensibly clear that everything we do is in an active effort for change. Travis and John supported my desire to create something a little dangerous that was subservice: musically and in ethos.
We opened the floodgates together. Around this time, the frontman made a conscious decision to disband letlive. It was time for a new era.
Feverishly writing, each session yielded more tunes. Last summer, The Fever made their live debut—quite appropriately—on July 4, They hijacked the parking lot of infamous L. On their upcoming EP, that purpose can be felt loud and clear. The people in power benefit from that. Three is the magic number. The strongest shape in geometry is the triangle with its three points. Our generation has so much power. If we can rally together and cultivate this strength and solidarity, I believe we can be the change.
Everyone leaves a legacy behind. No matter how big or small, our words and actions echo forever and make a lasting imprint. Of course, their musical legacy speaks for itself. Following a hiatus post-Congregation of the Damned inthe musicians returned firing on all cylinders with Long Live during As they commenced writing for their seventh full-length, In Our Wake [Spinefarm], the band posed an important question….
There are lyrics about dealing with your own personal demons and darkness. Some of it is about our children, which his who we live directly in our wake.
Others are about the general public and the outpouring of hate and fear—especially in our country. We created something of a concept record without even trying. However, we are the masters of our own destiny. We want to leave something good behind.
Following a two-year tour cycle for Long Live, Atreyu regrouped in Southern California and started sharing ideas for what would become offering number seven. Ceremoniously, they all agreed it would be the right time to reunite with producer John Feldmann who famously helmed Lead Sails and Paper Anchor. It made us revisit that era of the band. It was a fun, experimental, and explorative time for us, which is so fun. We wanted to give ourselves and the landscape of heavy music a jolt, so we reached out to Feldmann.
Spontaneity makes things flow so much better though. We also never spread an album out like this either. We laid the foundation with five recordings, sat with them, and finished with a better picture of where we wanted to go. As a result, the record sees Atreyu once again evolve. We have a choice to change the lives of others for the better. We have to really fucking go for it. It ends on such a huge note and offers a breath of fresh air.
This band means everything to me. That attitude might seem misguided for a band who have yet to release their debut album. I can barely stand up, barely get notes out. After coming home from tour, Katz was so fed up with what he had to go through to get on stage every night, he was in two minds whether to carry on with music. It was that song, which reached the top of the US charts, that saved Badflower.
Despite its success, the group was initially sceptical about it being more than an album track. They worried listeners would think they were glorifying suicide, cynically using a very real and serious problem for their own gain.
Album) with the constantly changing music — be it speeding up, stuttering almost to the brink of collapse, or weaving even more claustrophobic layers together — it adds up to something completely manic. Its lyrics speak about veganism Katz has been vegan for four years in uncompromising terms.
But his sentiment is not what you might immediately assume. The latter merges old and new, layering lyrics about Instagram filters and the internet over a big blues-rock jam. I think we came up with something very special. We wanted to make something for this generation. Watch us. We do what we want. Rock and roll used to be about that spirit and that got lost somewhere.
The story of GWAR is carved across the history of this barren and hopeless planet, but GWAR themselves are not of LP world… their story begins in the deepest reaches of outer space. Long ago, the beings who would become the rock band GWAR were part of an elite fighting force, the Scumdogs of the Universe.
For eons, they served as thralls to a supreme being known only as the Master. But one by one, each future member of the band earned a glaring reputation for being an intergalactic fuck-up. Once here, GWAR shaped the face of the globe, destroying and rebuilding the natural world, and giving rise to all of human history.
Aliens to some, gods and demons to others, our erstwhile Scumdogs fucked apes to create the human race, and this fateful unplanned pregnancy would prove to be truly disastrous!
It was August of when he penned the song along with Marty Frederickson and Scott Stevens, and by that point, during one of the most tumultuous years in recent American history, the whole world appeared to be on fire.
It was a rough story about what was really going on here in this country—and particularly for me, as a Black man. It is also, though, underscored by a vision of hope and endurance: through it all, we persevere. His parents both battled drug addiction, and at a young age Jones was taken in by his aunt and uncle.
Money was tight, and Jones struggled to understand both his place in the world and how to overcome his tumultuous youth. Yet, these very elements became the fuel to drive his early career. To stand for something and prove not everyone has to be a stereotype or statistic. Jones was 13 when he first picked up the guitar that belonged to his friend—one that he began visiting more frequently just so he could spend more time with the instrument. Recognizing his raw talent, his aunt and a neighbor eventually gifted him guitars, and all the while he taught himself to play, picking and strumming until the strings felt like a second skin.
Writing and playing became a channel to express everything that I had been feeling, and then it just became my obsession. That self-sufficient tenacity continued to buoy Jones when, at the age of 19, he began releasing music independently.
His talent and diligence earned him opportunities with iconic artists such as BB King, Guns N Roses, Janelle Monae, and many more; he forged a path to continuously widen his audience, and broke barriers as a Black artist in the Rock industry. We knew that we were doing something to open the door for other artists like us, not just in Seattle but across the world. Fast forward to today, and Seattle has become a Black rock city — prominent Black artists are leading the scene. His life is sprinkled throughout the full album, with lyrics tackling controversial subjects, and stories that listeners can relate to.
He also played a heavy role in production on Child of the State, collaborating with producers to craft his sound and vision. Loaded with sing-alongs and an unsuspecting dose of humor to make otherwise grim topics accessible for fans of every genre, the songs remain deeply rooted in the tradition of story-telling that seems to be slipping away from the human condition.
Conjuring spirits through music and video as do-it-yourself artists from their remote place of worship, the burgeoning arts community of Vancouver Island, the husband and wife duo of Courtney LaPlante and Mike Stringer inspired a cult following from their first emergence in There is nothing pandering or remotely insincere about this band.
As a child, she started singing early and eventually made her way to Los Angeles. For more information, visit dorothytheband. Why should anything be off limits?
When we started scaring ourselves, it was the best thing possible. We got more vulnerable overall. Since the release of their self-titled debut, Dead Sara have quietly carved a foothold at the forefront of the 21st century rock vanguard through a one-two punch of raucous riffing and sky-high vocals. We were missing that one thing. We had to change in order to find it. Rather than hit the studio with loose ideas to quickly cobble together an album, they dedicated nearly a year to writing and perfecting the new music.
Musically, they further incorporated synthesizers and electronic percussive elements, confidently expanding the sonic palette. We tried more synths and programming—which Sean really drove. Songwriters write about what they know, and to me it seemed these women knew a lot. It's not only a great album, but, like a precious old photo album, it provides comfort, connection and continued insight.
The final album before Crowded House 's momentous split is dark and experimental with a natural beauty pumping through its veins. They were one of the biggest bands in the world thanks to 's Woodface.
So, why not crane a recording studio into a house in the isolated locale of Karekare on New Zealand's west coast?
There is outstanding depth to the record. It's straight up, brutal and bruising. And it's one helluva ride. I was terrified when I saw them play this live at the first Big Day Out in '92, a teenager caught up in the mosh as Tex Perkins prowled the stage above me and spat out those words. But to this day, every time I hear this song, and this album, it makes me want to go out and make trouble. It's the Beasts Of Bourbon at the height of their raucous, swaggering, sleazy, raw best.
With origins dating back to Canberra in the mids, Falling Joys had as good a chance as any of them for mainstream success. This debut album set them up strongly. With the charm of vocalist Suzie Higgiethe four-piece had built a sizeable fanbase around Sydney. I was completely in awe of her. She sung that song like the future of the world depended on it. She cut right through me, straight to my heart.
Even though it was a cover of the Warumpi Band's song, Christine made the song completely hers, and made it the central element of her debut album. The mids: the commodification and homogenisation of 'alternative' music was well-underway but in a parallel universe in Melbourne, a bunch of balaclava-clad prankster comedians masquerading as musicians were making one of the most subversive, ridiculous and difficult to define albums in Australian music history.
The Stop Sign' — confusing and gently warping a generation of minds in the process. Album cuts tell us Paul McCartney is a "boring old wanker", that "all homeboys are dickheads", give hot takes on religion, guns and racism, and, not one, but two songs about SBS. This classic was perhaps the most perfect distillation of the band's wit, pop-smarts and polite anarchy. My first taste of The Superjesus came from a mixtape given to me by a new friend when I arrived in Australia in I bought Sumo soon after, a record I had on repeat until it was so scratched it couldn't be played again.
The band managed to flawlessly balance 90s grunge and chunky alt-rock with a pop purity that made their signature sound so accessible, perfectly capturing the zeitgeist of the era. The success of Alex Lloyd 's second album and that song tends to overshadow his excellent debut. Frontman of indie-blues rockers Mother HubbardLloyd went solo to experiment with more diverse sounds.
From the get-go, the singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist had the knack for crafting radio friendly songs that straddled alternative and mainstream rock. In another incarnation, the album could pass as introspective indie-folk. The programmed elements create space in quieter songs and bring force if required. The combination of organic and electronic gave the album a modern edge, broadening its appeal beyond that of sensitive singer-songwriter. An essential Australian album that shares tales of hardship, struggle and unspeakable pain with great wisdom and patience.
To sit down with this record is to spend time with a generous storyteller who guides us through the streets he wandered and the characters he's encountered. And just as these events have shaped Archie Roachhis stories may well change you too. It makes me nostalgic for a period where bands didn't take themselves too seriously; when to make raucous, care-free punk — sometime juvenile, sometimes whip-smart — was not a path to derision but recipe for success.
Front and centre, a woman in black barely turns to show her face, electric guitar poised. In the distance the out-of-focus guys know who's the star. In the late 80s and early 90s, the pop chart was the preferred, and acceptable, female domain. We were desperate for a homegrown rockstar, the next Chrissy.
And not just one. Baby Animals ' debut album kept Nevermind off the top of the charts. Killer singles with hooks for days, it was straight up rock with a hard edge. Suze DeMarchi was born for the front job, with a powerful, expressive voice and a commanding presence. Best of all, she inspired girls to pick up a guitar and play. More please. It's impossible to overstate Ed Kuepper 's importance and talent. The first half of the 80s saw the ex- Saint throw the jazz rulebook out the window with The Laughing Clowns.
Then inhe started a solo career that produced nine wonderfully rich albums in a decade. This standout dropped in the middle of that purple patch. A truly remarkable songwriter and album. If you're under 30, there's a fair chance you may not have heard one of the most important Australian dance albums ever. You won't find it on Spotify, iTunes or even a record store.
It exists now only in the hands of those lucky enough to have picked it up early. Sambanova by Pnau was born in a Sydney bedroom, the brainchild of two friends, clueless to what they were hatching. Pnau remain one of the most creative, forward thinking groups in Australian music but going back to Sambanova now shows just how far ahead of the curve they were.
This album was pure right-of-passage stuff for me. At age 10, I was starting to find my own musical identity beyond pop charts, early morning video television, and my parents' collections. I wish I could view a brain map of what happened during my first listening of those four and a half minutes — my auditory cortices, the hippocampus and the frontal lobe firing in a way that's only happened a handful of times in my life.
From that moment, my life was forever changed. I purchased Frogstomp mere days later, the rest is history. It kicks off with the title track, which seems to hold all the elegance and beauty that threads through the entire album. What is it about third albums? So many bands seem to hit a creative high at this point. In the Underground Lovers' case it was through a newfound understanding of dreamy atmospherics.
Dream It Down is warm and textured, the strummy, swirling and fuzzed-out guitars tempered by gorgeous synths, strings and lush production. This album. This band. It should have all happened for Died Pretty with the release of Doughboy Hollowtheir fourth album. Every song earns its place on the record, they're all connected by melancholy and heart-ache, but they are essentially love songs. Albeit sad ones. So, what went wrong? Bad luck? Wrong place, wrong time? Revisit this classic and realise it's timeless.
It still sounds fresh, it still sounds relevant. Died Pretty sounded like no other Australian band at the time and so this album is not defined by the fashion of the day. It's a brilliant journey from start to finish.
Whilst the latter gave Cave the greatest commercial success of his career, 's The Boatman's Call remains a critical high watermark. Switching their full-bodied post-punk sound for a suite of piano-driven love songs, the album is stacked with frank and candid confessionals, many of which touch on the dissolution of Cave's marriage and his brief relationship with PJ Harvey. The album's mournful minimalism undoubtedly set the template for much of the band's latter output and defines The Boatman's Call as one of the most important records of their career.
It's authentically Kylie and also completely unique in her repertoire. It makes me feel like I'm allowed to do anything I want, and that I shouldn't have to be held accountable for being creative. Because I think that's how Kylie felt making it. This album is bursting with autonomy and Girl Power; the ultimate 90s pop movement.
Impossible Princess was an unexpected step, but a necessary diversion and exploration for Kylie to deliver the pure pop on follow up album Light Years. Today (Make Up Your Mind)
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