In a year of distancing, anxiety, protests and polarization, musicians were afar from audiences and, often, anniversary other. Some 2020 albums were already able-bodied underway afore the pandemic; others were fabricated beneath quarantine, with long-distance collaborations or none. On release, they were heard privately. It was a acceptable year for the best personal, appropriate statements.
1. Sufjan Stevens, ‘The Ascension’
Indie amount Sufjan Stevens was absolution feature albums at a abiding clip until 2015, aback he started to accompany added projects. He’s now aback with his eighth flat anthology and its 12-minute advance single, “America.” (Kevin Winter // Getty Images)
Phalanxes of synthesizers, programmed beats and athletic pop melodies fortify Sufjan Stevens and his amiable articulation as he contemplates America in turmoil. He tries to arouse a moral ambit and abundant acceptance to affected broad confusion, lies and fear. Victory is not assured.
2. Fiona Apple, ‘Fetch the Bolt Cutters’
Fiona Apple’s “Fetch the Bolt Cutters” accomplished the top of the Billboard archive and is currently Metacritic’s highest-rated album. (Epic)
A celebration of willfulness, “Fetch the Bolt Cutters” is Fiona Apple proclaiming she “won’t shut up” amidst a percussive ballyhoo she created at her home: banging on pots and pans, accusation her articulation to extremes, absolution her dog bark. The songs avenge and bewitch all sorts of slights and traumas, abroad and recent, bond animosity with amusement. And they adapt as they go, assortment announced words and melody and cartoon at whim on rock, jazz, appearance tunes, choir harmonies, chants and cheers. Apple doesn’t balloon or forgive; she aloof moves ahead.
3. Moses Sumney, ‘Grae’
Moses Sumney packs 20 songs over 1 hour and 5 account on his electro-alternative anthology “græ.” (Paras Griffin // Getty Images)
“Grae” demands to be heard as a aureate whole, a apartment of songs and bits always abandoning and rematerializing about Moses Sumney’s adorable voice. The music touches bottomward in slow-motion R&B, but moves against abstractions — orchestral, jazzy, cyberbanking — as Sumney ponders confinement and connection, adolescence and identity, self-doubt and self-realization, actuality and transcendence.
4. Taylor Swift, ‘Folklore’
This awning angel appear by Republic Records shows “Folklore” by Taylor Swift. (AP)
On “Folklore,” Taylor Swift puts abroad baby things like authentic pop accuracy and scoring accessible points. Her abrupt quarantine-era accord with Aaron Dessner of the National advisedly and alluringly blurs the brittle contours of her accomplished songwriting. On “Folklore” she is swathed in acoustic instruments and Minimalistic patterns aural patterns. And aback she sings about absent love, she now admits that she shares both accusation and regrets.
5. Bob Dylan, ‘Rough and Disorderly Ways’
Legendary singer-songwriter Bob Dylan afresh alone his 39th flat album, “Rough and Disorderly Ways.” (Columbia)
Mortality looms on “Rough and Disorderly Ways,” but it alone makes Bob Dylan, 79, added ornery. The songs about-face off amid aloof ballads and late-night bank dejection as he sings about history, legends, theology, art, gallows-humored paradoxes and, occasionally, his own cultural role. It’s autumnal, yet annihilation but mellow.
6. Lianne La Havas, ‘Lianne La Havas’
The third anthology by English songwriter Lianne La Havas cycles through a bootless affair — starting and catastrophe with a breach — in songs awash with assertive musicality. Graceful melodies, adaptable guitar syncopations, adult harmonies and a articulation that can animation with apprehension or cry out in affliction abduction all the accomplishment and affliction of her narrative.
7. Burna Boy, ‘Twice as Tall’
Recording artisan Burna Boy poses for a account on Wednesday, Aug. 14, 2019, in New York. (Andy Kropa/Andy Kropa/Invision/AP)
Nigerian songwriter Burna Boy calls his music Afro-fusion, not the added accurately Nigerian appellation Afrobeats, and “Twice as Tall” lives up to that broader authorization with a affluence of sleek, diverse, consistently adroit grooves that bisect Africa and its diaspora. Through its 15 songs, Burna Boy is by turns exuberant, pensive, confessional and political. The bitter, bent distinct he appear anon afterwards irenic anti-corruption protesters were dead by soldiers, “20 10 20,” fabricated a acute postscript.
8. Run the Jewels, ‘RTJ4’
Killer Mike of Run The Jewels performs at the Bunbury Music Festival in Cincinnati on June 2, 2019. (Amy Harris/Amy Harris/Invision/AP)
Run the Jewels — Killer Mike and El-P — advocate a worthy, now-vintage appearance of hip-hop, with densely and aggressively produced advance and rhymes that are declaimed rather than moaned, for songs that abode broader issues amid boasts. The drive hardly anytime lets up on “RTJ4”; the problems it targets acquire been all too active in 2020.
9. Jyoti, ‘Mama, You Can Bet!’
Georgia Anne Muldrow arrives at the 62nd anniversary Grammy Awards at the Staples Center on Sunday, Jan. 26, 2020, in Los Angeles. (Jordan Strauss/Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)
Songwriter and ambassador Georgia Anne Muldrow calls herself Jyoti — a name bestowed on her by Alice Coltrane — for her forays into jazz. On “Mama, You Can Bet!,” she created the music by herself — arena or looping all the instruments, overdubbing her vocals in affluent harmonies — yet somehow simulates the ad-lib coaction of a alive applesauce group. She remakes Charles Mingus, the earthiest applesauce avant-gardist, on a few tracks, comatose against an inspiration.
10. Autechre, ‘SIGN’
Electronic music duo Rob Brown, left, and Sean Booth, accepted as Autechre. (Eva Vermandel)
The anytime cryptic, anytime basic cyberbanking duo Autechre greeted 2020 with article abutting balance and introspection, absolution a distinct CD (as against to the chase “NTS Sessions” from 2018) with 11 advance that usually acquire the regularity of a beat. The accepted accent is anxious and accordant but with afraid undercurrents, applicable for a year of quarantine. Yet moment to moment in Autechre’s algebraic realm, annihilation can happen. And beneath than two weeks afterwards “SIGN” appeared, Autechre aback appear addition hour of music on the added aggressively disorienting “PLUS.”
The Art of Taking One’s Time
Perhaps a year of abreast fabricated two accurate kinds of albums added appealing: ones that were acutely steeped in the past, and ones that articulate like a actuality alive on no one’s agenda but their own.
1. Sam Hunt, ‘Southside’
Sam Hunt performs onstage at The Estate at Cherokee Dock in Lebanon, Tennessee for the 2020 CMT Awards advertisement on Wednesday October 21, 2020. (John Shearer/CMT2020/Getty Images for CMT)
What if the best avant-garde boilerplate Nashville aerialist was additionally the best adherent of tradition? What if the guy who wrote great, acute affair songs additionally excelled at adverse affliction anthems? What if careful, syllable-by-syllable songwriting captivated easily with able concepts and intuitive, adhesive melodies? What if the soft-focus becloud adopted by the blow of the boondocks didn’t accomplish an anthology like this such a shock?
2. Rina Sawayama, ‘Sawayama’
Rina Sawayama dabbles in nu-metal, rock, and cyberbanking pop on her aboriginal feature flat release album “Sawayama.” (Dirty Hit.)
The year’s best adventurous pop account is ecstatic, knowing, wry and arch, an anthology that is somehow both a sendup of balance and additionally a charge to the best boundless access imaginable. Sawayama mines shimmery and anarchic aboriginal 2000s pop and additionally rap-rock and nu-metal on songs that would bell in advanced of a angry army of 100,000 bodies or a chin-stroking army of 100.
3. Rod Wave, ‘Pray 4 Love’
Rapper Rod Wave performs onstage at Coca Cola Roxy on November 04, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Paras Griffin/Getty Images)
In contempo years the absence address of rapping has become absolute abundant like singing, but what Rod Wave does is one footfall beyond: He is a almighty R&B accompanist alive with accustomed hip-hop accountable matter, but his alloy is afterpiece to atrocious blues. These songs are fresh-air triumphs of the downtrodden.
4. Jay Electronica, ‘A Written Testimony’
After authoritative appearances in assorted projects, from Chance the Rapper’s “Coloring Book” and Talib Kweli’s “Radio Silence” to Curren$y’s “Pilot Talk: Trilogy,” “A Written Testimony” is Jay Electronica’s admission album. (Jay Electronica)
The admission anthology by Jay Electronica, a adept admired bigger accepted for the abstraction of his abeyant than for his absolute output, has a acceptable backpack to it: the raps feel as if they arise from the Earth itself. And it’s a acceptable and bluntly amazing benefit that Jay-Z is benumbed shotgun on best of these songs, adept his 1990s flows with 2020 perspective.
5. Run the Jewels, ‘RTJ4’
Hip-hop duo Run the Jewels, fabricated up of Killer Mike and El-P, abounding their 11-track almanac “RTJ4” with their conspicuously raw raps and adamantine beats. (BMG Rights Management)
The agitators. The beat raiders. The anarcho-futurist abundance takers. The grinning-all-the-while all-overs makers. The aged vets. The aloof chests. The evidently afflicted introspects. The active duo that never rests.
6. Fiona Apple, ‘Fetch the Bolt Cutters’
Fiona Apple (Scott Dudelson / Getty Images)
That bark heard ‘round apprehension was the acknowledgment of Fiona Apple, authoritative a righteous, disorderly boom appropriate aback the apple was captivation its breath. Her fifth anthology is apart and uproarious, aberration from adherent art-pop to accent balladry to cabaret to scream therapy.
7. Pop Smoke, ‘Shoot for the Stars Aim for the Moon’
Brooklyn rapper Pop Smoke was attempt and dead in a home aggression in Los Angeles in February 2020 at the age of 20. His admission flat anthology “Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon” was appear bristles months afterwards his death. (Pascal Le Segretain // Getty Images)
Pop Smoke, who was dead in February, was affective abroad from assignment music against a complete that was adapted but still gruff, continued the acceptable blueprint for New York rappers with big dreams. His feature admission anthology nailed the alteration — it’s mischievous, adverse and loose. That it’s additionally his career apogee is enraging.
8. Flo Milli, ‘Ho, Why Is You Here?’
Flo Milli performs at the Kicksperience Date Sponsored By Sprite during the BET Experience at Staples Center on June 22, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Sarah Morris/Getty)
The admission anthology from the Alabama rapper Flo Milli is a battery of bratty taunts and bratty flirts over beats so ornery and fluctuant they complete like they’ve been accumulated from Tinkertoys.
9. Powfu, ‘Poems of the Past’
Powfu’s admission major-label EP pulses with hopelessness. It’s abounding with absolutely sad songs fabricated up of notebook-scrawl lyrics with deep-exhale melodies; you can about apprehend the downcast eyes and angled shoulders. But the adolescence of Powfu’s singing and rapping (and sing-rapping) telegraphs the base of his backbone and resilience.
10. Justin Bieber, ‘Changes’
Justin Bieber arrives at the Los Angeles premiere of “Justin Bieber: Seasons” on Monday, Jan. 27, 2020. (Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)
For a decade, Justin Bieber has been a heartthrob, a bad boy, a afraid pop superstar, a megacelebrity afterwards abundant of a agreeable mandate. But he has never been the affair he is in actuality best ill-fitted to, which is a accompanist of clammy R&B. On this chaste album, he assuredly arrives at his candied spot.
11. Chris Stapleton, ‘Starting Over’
Chris Stapleton may be account $12 actor today, but he has said that it took abounding years for abounding in the industry to booty apprehension of his talent. (Jason Kempin // Getty Images)
Chris Stapleton’s barrage isn’t advised to alarm you off. It’s regal, an advertisement of an alpha amount asserting his primacy. Sometimes it’s been bigger than his songs, but on this, his fourth album, the adventure is back.
12. Bad Bunny, ‘YHLQMDLG’
Bad Bunny performs a assortment at the Billboard Latin Music Awards in Las Vegas on April 25, 2019. (Eric Jamison/Eric Jamison/Invision/AP)
It’s not aberrant for music superstars, afterwards decades aloft their scenes, to try to authenticate delivery in the music of above-mentioned ancestors to bolster their claims to abreast authority. Bad Bunny alone waited about four years. This anthology delves into the sounds of reggaeton’s accomplished but doesn’t feel dry — rather, it underscores the bequest of his outré approach, appearance him aloof as abundant a historian as a history-maker.
13. Beach Bunny, ‘Honeymoon’
Lili Trifilio has afresh been absorption on a new abandoned activity alongside her assignment with Beach Bunny which is affectionate of on communicable hiatus, Friday, Sept. 4, 2020. (E. Jason Wambsgans / Chicago Tribune)
Lili Trifilio writes animated songs about abominable sadness. She fronts Beach Bunny, a Chicago bandage that toys with flickers of barn rock, pop-punk and indie rock. But the unifier is Trifilio’s voice: acquiescently pleading, acquiescently exasperated, acquiescently resigned, acquiescently vengeful.
And 27 added for a anarchic year:
21 Savage and Metro Boomin, “Savage Mode II”; Benny the Butcher, “Burden of Proof”; Natanael Cano, “Trap Tumbado”; The Chicks, “Gaslighter”; City Girls, “City on Lock”; Code Orange, “Underneath”; Conway the Machine, “From King to a God”; Drake, “Dark Lane Demo Tapes”; Freddie Gibbs and the Alchemist, “Alfredo”; Ariana Grande, “Positions”; Hardy, “A Rock”; Haux, “Violence in a Quiet Mind”; Ian Isiah, “Auntie”; Junior H, “Atrapado en un Sueño”; King Von, “Levon James”; Lil Durk, “Just Cause Y’all Waited 2”; Lauren Mascitti, “God Fabricated a Woman”; John Moreland, “LP5”; Jessie Reyez, “Before Adulation Came to Kill Us”; Dua Saleh, “Rosetta”; Sunday Service Choir, “Jesus Is Born”; Myke Towers, “Easy Money Baby”; Jessie Ware, “What’s Your Pleasure?”; Waxahatchee, “Saint Cloud”; The Weeknd, “After Hours”; Hailey Whitters, “The Dream”; YoungBoy Never Broke Again, “Top”
Rebel Yells, of Passion and Fury
Intensely claimed assignment swelled into all-embracing statements this year, and women generally led the way, absolute scars larboard by altered kinds of affecting and political skirmishes, and reinforcing that their choir charge be heard.
1. Fiona Apple, ‘Fetch the Bolt Cutters’
Fiona Apple performs at Newmark Theater on October 3, 2013 in Portland, Oregon. (Natalie Behring/Getty Images North America/TNS)
Like a abroad planet backward in its orbit, Fiona Apple allotment every seven or eight years to present whatever acumen she’s gleaned from addition cruise about the sun. But alike the affecting and adept adventurousness of her four antecedent albums could not adapt admirers for the shock of “Fetch the Bolt Cutters,” an accomplishment of animating acuteness recorded over several years, mostly in the aloneness of her Los Angeles home. Dancing agilely amid complex, jazzlike arrange and the awkward adorableness of amphitheater chants, Apple narrates a active adventure about against and assuredly acute accomplished agony — the schoolyard bullies of “Shameika”; the music-industry gaslighting declared on the appellation track; the animal advance addressed so searingly on the acclaimed “Newspaper” and “For Her.” Apple’s articulation is a able-bodied instrument, bouncing and surging beneath the weight of all she’s excavating afore aerial away, ablaze as a butterfly. Any time you try to lock her in to any one genre, anecdotal or accompaniment of being, you can already feel her eyeing her toolbox.
2. Phoebe Bridgers, ‘Punisher’
Phoebe Bridgers rehearses on date during the 33nd Anniversary Tibet House US Benefit Concert & Gala on February 26, 2020 in New York City. (Ilya S. Savenok for Tibet House/Getty Images North America/TNS)
“Someday, I’m gonna attending up from my buzz and see my life,” Phoebe Bridgers vows wryly on “Garden Song.” A few advance later, she tries it out and charcoal unimpressed: “I appetite to believe, instead I attending to the sky and feel nothing.” But oh, the miracles she’s able to abundance from the all-inclusive amplitude amid those two extremes: a anamnesis of cheating abaft a truck’s caster as a child; a ardent aberration of a chat with her agreeable hero Elliott Smith; a final, assured beam into the face of the apocalypse. Bridgers’ antecedent assignment showed promise, but “Punisher” finds her blooming into her abounding abeyant as a voice-of-a-generation songwriter. “What if I told you I feel like I apperceive you, but we never met?” she wonders on the ablaze appellation track. Her admirers will understand.
3. Waxahatchee, ‘Saint Cloud’
Waxahatchee. (Molly Matalon)
The song titles on Waxahatchee’s “Saint Cloud” are stark, blunt, about elemental: “War,” “Hell,” “Fire,” “Witches,” “Oxbow.” Katie Crutchfield is not absorbed in artificial words or couching account in abounding metaphors — these songs are about rolling up your sleeves and accepting bottomward to the hard, absolute assignment of claimed introspection. “If I could adulation you unconditionally,” she sings to herself in her broiled Alabama twang, “I could adamant out the edges of the darkest sky.” Written afterwards Crutchfield absitively to abdicate drinking, the songs of “Saint Cloud” are durably cleareyed, their arrange as apart and broken-in as an old admired shirt.
4. Haim, ‘Women in Music Pt. III’
Recording artists Alana Haim, Danielle Haim, and Este Haim of music accumulation Haimperforms onstage during MusiCares Actuality of the Year anniversary Fleetwood Mac at Radio City Music Hall on January 26, 2018 in New York City. (Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images)
Haim’s playfully acronym-ed “WIMP III” feels like a cruise through the radio punch during one of those cursory years in the mid-90s aback — by some array of accounting absurdity or rip in the space-time continuum — the airwaves were bedeviled by an all-embracing array of changeable musicians. “The Steps” and “Gasoline” are stomping rockers aces of best Sheryl Crow, “3 AM” recasts the Haim sisters as a adventurous R&B babe group, the rootsy “I’ve Been Down” would acquire dead as an acclamation at Lilith Fair. On their antecedent albums, Este, Danielle and Alana Haim could sometimes feel hemmed in by their pristine, chichi chops. “WIMP III” has freed them up to experiment, embrace blemish and ascertain able new corners of their evolving sound.
5. Yves Tumor, ‘Heaven to a Tortured Mind’
Acid jazz, consciousness-expanding rock, and alarm accommodated up on Heaven to a Tortured Mind” by Yves Tumor. The beginning artisan got his alpha in cyberbanking music arena keyboard as a jailbait in Knoxville, Tennessee. (Warp Records)
Yves Tumor struts and slithers like the best acclaimed bedrock brilliant on an as-yet-undiscovered planet. “Heaven to a Tortured Mind,” the best accurately adapted anthology from the Knoxville, Tenn.-raised art-rocker, combines the glam affront of Marc Bolan with the forward-thinking shape-shifting of Tricky, additional a bit of Yves Tumor’s own appropriate sparkle. (Their absolute name, appropriately enough: Sean Bowie.) On duets like the aerial “Kerosene!” and the carnal “Strawberry Privilege,” adult and feminine energies admix and abstract from their earthbound bodies, their closing agitation giving way to affluence added absorbing byproducts.
6. Charli XCX, ‘How I’m Feeling Now’
Charli XCX poses for photographers aloft accession at Brit Awards 2020 in London, Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020. (Vianney Le Caer/Vianney Le Caer/Invision/AP)
The weirdo-pop futurist Charli XCX got to the apprehension anthology afore it became a cliché, and animated it to article far added all-embracing and analytic than contemporary gimmickry. Sure, there are appropriate allusions to stir-crazy all-overs (“Anthems”) and video chatting (“in absolute life, could the club alike handle us?” she wonders on the acerb opener “Pink Diamond”), but these affairs acquire additionally fabricated Charli added attuned to her emotions, lending the abyss of 18-carat brooding to abounding of these songs. Featuring acceptable collaborations with such avant-trash producers as A.G. Cook of PC Music and Dylan Brady of 100 gecs, “How I’m Feeling Now” is hyper-carbonated pop of the accomplished adjustment — like a can of seltzer that’s so stingingly airy it makes you breach up a little on the way down.
7. Jessie Ware, ‘What’s Your Pleasure?’
This angel appear by PMR Records/Friends Keep Secrets/Interscope Records shows “What’s Your Pleasure,” a absolution by Jessie Ware. (AP)
The best awe-inspiring alms from a year accidentally bedeviled with disco (Dua Lipa’s glassy “Future Nostalgia,” Róisín Murphy’s adventurous “Róisín Machine,” and Lady Gaga’s adorable “Chromatica” actuality the runners-up), British accompanist and songwriter Jessie Ware’s “What’s Your Pleasure?” is a brawny accomplishment of dance-floor abstention — an amiable podcaster and appropriately affiliated mother of two Cinderella-ing herself into a club coquette for a night. Ware revels in the textures of the ambassador James Ferraro’s exhibit of best synths, abracadabra the no-wave air-conditioned of ESG as cautiously as the blink of Minneapolis funk.
8. Lil Uzi Vert, ‘Eternal Atake’
Lil Uzi Vert performs during the TIDAL’s 5th Anniversary TIDAL X Benefit Concert TIDAL X Bedrock The Vote At Barclays Center on October 21, 2019 in New York City. (Theo Wargo/Getty Images for TIDAL)
The alien-abduction skits are redundant: From the aperture addendum of the bouncing “Baby Pluto” we’ve been transported anon to Uzi’s universe. If the sticky-icky hooks of the 2017 anthology “Luv Is Rage 2” accustomed Lil Uzi Vert as a melodically adeptness hip-hop crooner, the long-gestating “Eternal Atake” is a aciculate affirmation of his abilities as a rapper — accumulation the influences of his ancestor Chief Keef and Future (both of whom he additionally collaborated with this year) into a altered appearance that could be mistaken for no one else. Seamlessly alive apparatus from breeze to asthmatic flow, “Eternal Atake” is a alarming joy ride through the creation of Uzi’s own brain.
9. Jeff Rosenstock, ‘No Dream’
Jeff Rosenstock (Andy Johnson / Handout)
Every song on Continued Island jailbait lifer Jeff Rosenstock’s pummeling “No Dream” goes to 11, and again somehow finds a 12. “It’s not a dream, it’s not a dream!” he hollers at himself with accretion atrocity on the appellation track, agreeable guitars and bound boot accouterment the sonic agnate of algid baptize to the face. “No Dream” is a frayed chiral for how to be an apart cerebration and not-completely-jaded actuality in a apple of faceless sans-serif corporations (exemplary song title: “***BNB”), anesthetizing bad account and all address of accustomed late-capitalist insanity. So ample is his inquiry, though, that Rosenstock’s casual flashes of amore feel refreshingly (if obscenely) hopeful. “All these added [expletive] can chaw me,” he concludes at the end of the record, “‘cause you’re the alone actuality that I capital to like me.”
10. Perfume Genius, ‘Set My Heart on Fire Immediately’
An art-rock and punk album, “Set My Heart on Fire Immediately” contains influences from a dozen altered genres, including synthpop, folk, and disco. Considered Perfume Genius’ arch assignment to date, the almanac explores capacity like love, the abrasion of the body, and anomalous culture. (Matador)
Mike Hadreas continues his decadelong hot band on “Set My Heart on Fire Immediately,” a almanac that places baroque-pop frames about the array of emotions, adventures and bodies not commonly accustomed in baroque-pop songs. The harpsichord-kissed “Jason” is a acclaim affecting account of a man’s afraid analysis and ultimate bounce of his own desires (“clumsy, shakily, he ran his easily up me”), while the melody to the upbeat, admiring “On the Floor” has a retro-60s feel. Sometimes Hadreas and his ambassador Blake Mills accept to be afterlight the bawdy rumbles of ’80s goth rock; at added times, their layered arrange anomalous the Wall of Sound.
11. Taylor Swift, ‘Folklore’
Taylor Swift (Jordan Strauss/Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)
“When you are adolescent they accept you apperceive nothing,” quoth Taylor Swift, age 31. What follows, on “Folklore,” is a agreeable analysis of that culturally denigrated article that is young-girl wisdom, this time beheld through the adept ambit of Swift’s adulthood. “Picture me in the trees, afore I abstruse civility,” she invites on the memory-scape “Seven,” a adult piano bringing gravitas to the artless archness of her lyrics. “Folklore” isn’t a absolute anthology (though to be fair, neither was “Red”), nor is it Swift’s best (which is “Red”), but its focus on ability and affecting world-building feels like a absolute move for her appropriate now — an always aciculate songwriter abiding to the whetstone. “I knew aggregate aback I was young,” Swift sings. The agitative affair to anticipate about is how adolescent she still is.
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