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The Road Home is a live album released in 1995, the fourteenth album overall by the rock group Heart. It chronicles a club performance in the "unplugged" style given in their home city of Seattle. It was produced by John Paul Jones of Led Zeppelin, and contains many of the band's hits including "Alone", "Barracuda", and "Dreamboat Annie". The album reached number eighty-seven on the U.S. Billboard 200.


*Ann Wilson: lead vocals, guitars, flute

*Nancy Wilson: vocals, guitars, mandolin

*Howard Leese: guitars, mandolin, keyboards, accordion, background vocals

*John Paul Jones: piano, bass, mandolin, producer

*Fernando Saunders: bass, background vocals

*Denny Fongheiser: drums, percussion

*Kristen Barry: background vocals

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Artist/Band Information

Heart is a rock band who were formed in British Columbia, Canada.Kelly, Maura , The Believer, August 2007. Retrieved 2008-10-01.Bergman, Julie , cover story, Acoustic Guitar, September 1999, No. 81.Wilson, Ann. Dreamboat Annie Live, DVD interview 2007.Fisher, Roger. Solo acoustic show, Q&A. 2007 It was a really magical relationship, it was uncanny. Living up in Vancouver BC for 5 years, putting Heart together up there.Fisher, Roger. Interview 2008.Loder, Kurt. Making Music to the Northern Lights, Circus Magazine. November 1977. Roger Fisher on brother Mike Fisher: Then he moved to Canada, we got Ann, she met my brother, they fell in love, and so we moved up to Canada too, and put the band together up there about six years ago.Little Queen tour program: In 1972, the core of Heart came together in Vancouver, B.C.Little Queen tour program: In 1974, two years after Roger, Steve and Ann had moved to Vancouver, Nancy left school and joined them.The Second Ending. A , Pullman, WA, television show first broadcast on April 9, 1976. Ann Wilson speaks from the stage and says "We only have time for one more I think, so we're gonna do a song that, um, was our first single up in Canada. Oh by the way, we're from Canada. We're from Vancouver BC, in case you haven't heard this yet. We're just starting to ooze down across the border now you see". Going through several lineup changes, the only constant members of the group are sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson. The group rose to fame in the 1970s with their music being influenced by hard rock as well as folk music. After diminishing in popularity for a couple of years in the early 80s, the band enjoyed a comeback in 1985, experiencing further successes with their power ballads and pop hits into the 90s.

Over their four-decade career, Heart has had chart successes with songs in genres ranging from hard rock and metal to folk rock. With Jupiter's Darling (2004) and Red Velvet Car (2010), Heart made a return to their hard rock/acoustic roots of the late 70s. To date, Heart has sold over 35 million albums worldwide. Heart was ranked #57 on VH1's "100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock".VH1's "100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock" - episode 36 of The Greatest (TV series), 2005-08-11.


Origins (1967–1974)

Steve Fossen, Roger Fisher, Mike Fisher

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In 1967 Steve Fossen formed The Army along with Roger Fisher on guitar, Don Wilhelm on guitar, keyboards and lead vocals, Ray Schaefer on drums. Fossen played the bass.Fossen, Steve They played for several years in and around the Bothell, Washington area (northeast of Seattle). They frequently played Bothell High School, Inglemoor High School and Shorecrest High School, as well as many taverns and club venues. They frequented the club "Parker's" on Aurora Avenue in north Seattle during the 1970s when it was known as the "Aquarius Tavern". In 1969 the band went through line-up changes (Gary Ziegelman on lead vocals, Roger on guitar, Steve on bass, James Cirrello on guitar, Ron Rudge on drums, Ken Hansen on percussion, and Debi Cuidon on vocals) and a new name, White Heart (from Tales from the White Hart, a collection of short stories by Arthur C. Clarke). For a brief time in 1970 this line-up shortened its name to Heart; however, the band went through more personnel changes, and when Ann Wilson joined in late 1970, the band was named Hocus Pocus.

Mike Fisher, Roger's brother, was set to be drafted. Nancy Wilson has stated that when he did not report for duty, his home was raided, but he slipped out a rear window, escaped to Canada and became a Vietnam War draft dodger.

One day in 1971, Mike crossed the border to visit family and, by chance, met Ann at a Hocus Pocus show. According to Nancy, that meeting was "when she and Michael fell in love" and Ann decided to follow Mike back to Canada. Steve Fossen finished his college education before he also decided to move to Canada in late 1972,Bebe Le Strange Epic Records Press Kit. 1980. Steve Fossen was a founding member of Heart in 1972 and 1973 after completing his music major in college. and Roger followed in late 1972 / early 1973, and along with Mike and Ann, the band Heart was officially formed.

Nancy joined in 1974, and soon after became involved with Roger. In 1974 the Heart lineup consisted of Ann, Nancy, Roger, Steve, John Hannah (keyboards) and Brian Johnstone (drums).

Ann and Nancy Wilson

The Wilson sisters grew up in Southern California and Taiwan before their Marine Corps father retired to the Seattle suburbs. After Ann graduated from Sammamish High School in Bellevue, Washington, she joined Roger Fisher in the band Hocus Pocus where she met Roger's brother Mike in 1971, and followed him back to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Meanwhile, Nancy finished high school then went to college where she majored in art and German literature. She then played solo gigs until 1974 when she quit college and moved to Canada to join Heart.

Success (1975–1981)

After many one-night shows around their new home in Vancouver, Canada, the group recorded a demo tape with the assistance of producer Mike Flicker and session-guitarist and keyboard player, Howard Leese. Hannah and Johnstone had left by this time, and soon after Leese became a full-time member of the group. The same team then cut the debut album, Dreamboat Annie, which attracted the attention of the newly formed Mushroom Records in 1975, a Vancouver-based label run by Shelly Siegel. Drummers Duris Maxwell, Dave Wilson, Kat Hendrikse and Michael Derosier were among those who played on the sessions for the album. Derosier eventually joined them as their full-time drummer.

Upon release in Canada, the album was first picked up for radio airplay by a station in Montreal.VH1 Behind the Music Airplay on Canadian stations soon picked up, helped in part by the fact that the album qualified for Canadian content broadcast requirements. The album sold an impressive 30,000 copies across Canada in its first few months. In the US, Siegel released the album first in the Seattle area where it quickly sold another 25,000 copies. With two hit singles, "Crazy on You" (#35, 1976) and "Magic Man" (#9, 1976),According to Hollywood Insider, Feb., 1976, "Magic Man" was written about love interest and coined the term Homegirl that wasn't later popularized until the late eighties urban culture picked it up Herbert L. Becker. Dreamboat Annie eventually sold over 1 million copies.

Mike Fisher was able to freely return to the United States with the members of Heart after President Jimmy Carter granted amnesty to Vietnam draft evaders upon taking office on January 21, 1977. By this time Heart had broken its contract with Mushroom Records and signed with CBS subsidiary Portrait, a move that resulted in a prolonged legal battle with Siegel. He released the partly completed Magazine just before Portrait released Little Queen. A Seattle court ruled that Mushroom Records had to recall Magazine so that the group could remix several tracks and redo vocals before re-releasing the disc; Heart had wanted the album taken off the market completely. Hence, Magazine was released twice, both before and after Little Queen.

Nancy Wilson and Roger Fisher - Heart - 1978.jpgthumbNancy Wilson (left) and Roger Fisher on stage, 1978.

Little Queen, with the hit "Barracuda" (#11, 1977), became Heart's second million-seller. Ann and Nancy appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone in July 1977 (issue No. 244). on the cover of Rolling Stone issue No. 244, July 28th, 1977.

Magazine was re-issued in April 1978, with a re-ordered tracklisting, remixed and re-recorded versions of all tracks and peaked in the top twenty. It achieved platinum status and gave forth the Top 20 hit single "Heartless".

In late 1978, the double-platinum Dog and Butterfly followed suit garnering ecstatic critical reviews, and yielded top 30 hits with its title song and "Straight On". The album was composed of 8 tracks and divided into two sections, the A-side being "Dog" and featuring more uptempo rock/pop songs, whilst the "Butterfly" B-side featured longer tracks with a more experimental and moody flavour. The closing 7-minute opus "Mistral Wind" became an immediate live favourite and is a staple of all Heart setlists to this day.

After the 77-city "Dog and Butterfly" tour, the Wilson-Fisher liaisons ended. Roger left the band in the fall of 1979 and formed his own band in the Seattle area. Longtime guitarist Howard Leese and Nancy filled the guitar slack and her childhood friend Sue Ennis helped with song collaborations. Still, the absence of Fisher's guitar work was evident in the band's subsequent albums.

Heart then released Bebe le Strange in 1980. It became the band's second top ten album, peaking at #5 and achieving gold status, and yielded the Top 40 hit "Even It Up". By the end of the year, the band scored their highest charted single at the time; a remake of the ballad "Tell it Like it Is" which peaked at #8.

In November 1980, to mark the significant achievement of their first five studio albums, the double album Greatest Hits Live was released to double platinum success and reached #12 on the US chart, continuing a chart run until spring 1981. Something of a misnomer, the two-disc set actually featured studio versions of most of Heart's singles to date plus a couple of new studio tracks and 6 live tracks, amongst which were covers of "Unchained Melody", Led Zeppelin's "Rock and Roll" and The Beatles' "I'm Down". But with a total of only two hit singles in 1980, (five singles were actually released), and a hiatus of almost two years to their next studio album, sales following this greatest hits package were weaker than previous efforts.

Decline (1982-1984)

Following the release of Private Audition in 1982, Fossen and Derosier left the band. Both Private Audition and 1983's Passionworks, (featuring new bassist Mark Andes and new drummer Denny Carmassi), failed to go gold.A gold record is 500,000 copies sold.

Private Audition presented an eclectic range of styles and marked quite a departure in sound from previous Heart releases. The hard rock opener "City's Burning" and Nancy's contribution "The Situation" were the only real connections to the sound of 1980's "Bebe Le Strange"; the rest of the album featured a Supremes-sounding Top 40 hit, "This Man Is Mine", a Ragtime-influenced title track, several gentle pop ballads, (the standout being "Perfect Stranger"), and an intensely dramatic coda in the form of "America".

Passionworks featured the Top 50 hit "How Can I Refuse", and was a definite step towards the power ballad/pop sound which reached its zenith in the three studio albums that followed. This was particularly in evidence with the minor hits "Allies" and "Sleep Alone".

In 1984 Ann Wilson recorded a duet, with Mike Reno of Loverboy, called "Almost Paradise". It was featured on the soundtrack of the movie Footloose. The song was a hit on the pop charts, reaching #7, and was a further foreshadowing of the sound that shaped the band's enormous comeback.

Comeback (1985–1990)

Heart's first album for Capitol, simply titled Heart (#1, 1985), turned out to be the biggest commercial success in the band's history. It sold five million copies on the strength of four Top-10 hits: "What About Love?" (#10, 1985), "Never" (#4, 1985), "These Dreams" (#1, 1986) and "Nothin' at All" (#10, 1986). A fifth single, the metallic "If Looks Could Kill" also charted.

In June 1986, Nancy Wilson married journalist, screenwriter and director Cameron Crowe. (She had made a cameo appearance in his movie, Fast Times at Ridgemont High in 1982, in a scene where she was driving a Corvette, and was listed in the credits as "Beautiful Girl In Car".)

Heart's next album, Bad Animals (#2, 1987), continued the power ballad theme that defined much of 80's pop. It also contained a chart-topper, "Alone" (#1, 1987), as well as "Who Will You Run To?" (#7, 1987), "There's The Girl" (#12, 1987) and "I Want You So Bad" (#47, 1988), and also became the band's first top 10 album success in the UK.

Completing the comeback was Brigade (#3, 1990) which became Heart's 6th multi-platinum LP and added three more Top-25 hits to its catalogue: "All I Wanna Do Is Make Love to You" (#2 U.S.), "Stranded" (#12 U.S.) and "I Didn't Want to Need You" (#24 U.S.). Three other album cuts, "Secret", "Wild Child" and "Tall Dark Handsome Stranger" were Rock chart hits and received considerable airplay on US hard rock and heavy metal stations. Brigade was the band's highest charting album ever in the UK, reaching #3.


Following the 1990 tour, Heart released their first complete live album in the autumn of 1991. Rock the House Live! featured highlights of the Brigade world tour, and was a moderate success in the US and UK.

The Wilson sisters then put together an informal acoustic group called The Lovemongers with Sue Ennis and Frank Cox.In the liner notes of Heart's Greatest Hits 1985-1995, it is stated that the name "Lovemongers" came in response to the then forthcoming Persian Gulf War, "Lovemonger" being the opposite of "Warmonger". A four-song EP, that included a live version of Led Zeppelin's "The Battle of Evermore" and an updated version of the Heart standard "Crazy On You", came out in late 1992, and the quartet performed several times in the Seattle area. The Lovemongers released a full-length album titled Whirlygig in 1997, and a collection of mostly self-penned Christmas songs entitled "Here is Christmas" in 1998. This was later re-released as a Heart album Heart Presents a Lovemongers' Christmas in 2001.

Also in 1992, Ann sang with Alice in Chains on the songs "Brother," "Am I Inside," and "Love Song," from the EP Sap. When Heart re-emerged with Desire Walks On (#48) in 1993, Schuyler Deale played bass on the album's sessions. (Mark Andes had left the band by 1992.) Desire Walks On included the hard rock/metal radio hit "Black on Black II" as well as the Top 40 hit "Will You Be There (In the Morning)" (#39, 1994). For the group's subsequent tour, Heart was joined by bassist Fernando Saunders and drummer Denny Fongheiser. The band offered live acoustic versions of its best-known songs on 1995's The Road Home, which was produced by Led Zeppelin's John Paul Jones.

In 1995 Nancy decided to take a break from music to concentrate on raising a family with husband Cameron Crowe. Ann toured that year with a band that was alternately called The Ann Wilson Band or Ann Wilson & the Ricola Brothers. This lineup included Leese, Scott Olson (guitars), Jon Bayless (bass) and Scott Adams (sax). Additionally, Lovemongers members Ben Smith (drums) and Frank Cox (guitars, keyboards, percussion) performed in this lineup. They were joined by Nancy for at least one show at The Joint in Las Vegas on October 16, 1995, which was billed as a Heart show and later broadcast by the Westwood One Superstars in Concert series. A videotape of the show was also shown on VH1.


In 1998 Ann toured again without Nancy, this time billed as Ann Wilson and Heart. The lineup was the same as it had been in 1995, but without Scott Adams. This was long term band member Leese's last tour with Heart; he left the band later in the year. Nancy kept busy scoring her husband's movies Jerry Maguire, Almost Famous, Elizabethtown and Vanilla Sky. She wrote and, along with her husband, produced the song "I Fall Apart" in Vanilla Sky that Cameron Diaz performed, and also composed "Elevator Beat", a non-vocal composition for the film. In 1999 Nancy released a solo album, Live at McCabe's Guitar Shop. Also in 1999, Nancy and Ann embarked on a tour of their own, this being the first time that they had done so.


Heart-07-28-07.jpgthumb200pxNancy and Ann Wilson playing at a charity concert for the Canary Foundation 28 July 2007

In 2002, Ann and Nancy returned to the road with a brand-new Heart lineup that included Scott Olson, Ben Smith, Alice In Chains bassist Mike Inez, and keyboardist Tom Kellock. In 2003, Heart released their concert DVD Alive in Seattle which has since been certified Gold - Video Longform by the RIAA.Gold - Video Longform requires 50,000+ sales. The DVD includes such hits as "Alone", "Barracuda", "Crazy on You", "Magic Man", "Straight On", "These Dreams" and many more.

Also in 2003, Gilby Clarke (ex-Guns N' Roses) and Darian Sahanaja replaced Olson and Kellock. These two new men didn't stay very long and were succeeded in 2004 by Craig Bartok and Debbie Shair. (Sahanaja's schedule became very busy after he joined Brian Wilson's touring band, but he returned to play with Heart in 2007 for their "Dreamboat Annie Live" show.)

In 2004 the Wilsons released Jupiter's Darling, their first studio album as Heart since 1993. It featured a variety of songs that included a return to Heart's original hard rock sound, as well as a blend of pop and new textures. Stand-out tracks included "Make Me", "Enough", "Oldest Story In The World" (#22 Billboard Rock Airplay, 2004) and "Lost Angel". In 2005 the Wilsons appeared on the CMT Music Awards as a special guest of country singer Gretchen Wilson (no relation) and performed the Heart classic, "Crazy On You", with Gretchen. Also in 2005 Heart appeared in the finale episode of the second season of The L Word on Showtime (broadcast on May 15, 2005), performing "Crazy on You".

Heart performed with Gretchen Wilson on VH-1's 10 March 2006 tribute to the band, "Decades Rock Live"., 10 March 2006, Decades Rock Live. The special also featured Alice in Chains, Phil Anselmo, Dave Navarro, Rufus Wainwright and Carrie Underwood., TV Guide, 1–7 May 2006. Later in the year, bass player Inez left Heart to re-join the reformed Alice In Chains. Ric Markman then became Heart's new bassist.


Heart was honored at the second annual VH1 Rock Honors (24 May 2007), and also performed along with Ozzy Osbourne, Genesis and ZZ Top. Gretchen Wilson and Alice in Chains honored the group by performing Barracuda.http This, along with the inclusion of "Crazy on You" in Guitar Hero II, "Barracuda" in the Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock, and Guitar Hero: Smash Hits video game, renewed interest in Heart once again.

In September 2007, Ann Wilson released her first solo album, Hope & Glory. The album features guest appearances by Elton John, Alison Krauss, Nancy Wilson, k d lang, Wynonna Judd, Gretchen Wilson, Rufus Wainwright, Shawn Colvin, and Deana Carter, and was produced by Ben Mink (Barenaked Ladies, k d lang and Feist). Both Nancy Wilson and Roger Fisher commenced writing autobiographies, but no publication dates have yet been mentioned.

Heart appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on January 25, 2008 for Ellen's birthday show, and performed "Barracuda." Ellen played an intro to "Barracuda" on Guitar Hero in front of the audience before announcing Heart. On April 9, 2008, the band appeared on Idol Gives Back with Stacy "Fergie" Ferguson, who sang "Barracuda" in harmony with Ann., In mid 2008, Heart made a U.S. tour with Journey and Cheap Trick.

On 31 May 2008, Heart performed at the Artist for the Arts Foundation benefit at Barnum Hall, Santa Monica High School, Santa Monica, CA. Performing live, along side Jackson Browne (Something Fine), Venice (Crazy On You) and over 70 members of the Santa Monica High School (SaMoHi) Orchestra and Girls Choir (Bohemian Rhapsody),, , the benefit helped to provide funds for the continuation of Music Education in public schools. The event was filmed and recorded by Touring Video and Post by On the WAVE Productions. The video was produced by Harry Rabin of OTW and can be seen on the AFTA Foundation website.,

In July 2009, Heart were special guests on 15 dates of Journey's summer arena tour. They played at a number of venues, including Louisville's Freedom Hall, Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, the Sovereign Center, Reno Events Center, and Taco Bell Arena. Heart also headlined a series of shows, with The Bangles opening for them. Heart also headlined at the Verizon Wireless American Music Festival Labor Day 2009. They also wrote two songs ("Mine," "Civilian") with American female pop rock duo 78violet for their upcoming self titled studio album.

2010 and Heart's Return to the Top 10

On August 31, 2010 a long-awaited new studio album entitled Red Velvet Car was released. The album, which contains 10 tracks, including a new working of the Lovemongers' song 'Sand', marks a stylistic return to Heart's melodic hard rock/ acoustic sound, previously featured most prominently on Little Queen and Dog and Butterfly. Red Velvet Car debuted at #10 on the Billboard Album chart for the week of September 11, 2010, aeschtunes

making it the highest debut ever for a Heart album and their first top 10 album success in 20 years, after 1990's Brigade. The album also debuted at #3 on Billboard's Rock Album chart. Red Velvet Car spawned two singles, "WTF" aimed at hard rock and classic rock radio and "Hey You" aimed at Adult Contemporary formats. "Hey You" charted at #26 on Billboard's AC chart, while "WTF" charted at #16 on Billboard's Top Selling Rock Singles chart.

Some limited edition versions of the album, sold through U.S. Target stores (also available on the CD in UK, Canada, Japan and Europe as well as on iTunes UK, Europe and Canada) included the bonus track "Closer to the Sun". Additional Bonus tracks include: "In the Cool" (also available through U.S. Target stores and on iTunes UK, Europe and Canada), "Bootful of Beer" (available on the CD in UK, Canada, Japan and Europe as well as on iTunes UK, Europe and Canada) and the track "Listening" - available only on the Japanese CD Import version. The album release was accompanied by a North American tour, which commenced in January and ran until December 2010. On November 4, 2010, it was announced that Heart would do its first cross-Canada tour in thirty years, beginning on January 28, 2011 in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador. Potential European dates have been pushed to later in 2011 and are expected to be announced in due course.

A live DVD and blu-ray disc of the 2010 US tour, A Night at Sky Church, is set for release on March 8, 2011, the show already having been filmed on March 5, 2010, in their hometown of Seattle. Billboard July 15, 2010

Coming off their latest Top 10 album and cross country tour of Canada, Heart announced on February 24 that they will be embarking on a 2011 summer tour co-headlining with Def Leppard. According to Ann Wilson, "Nancy and I are really excited to be bringing Heart to the stage this summer with Def Leppard. It's going to be a powerful, monster show. The real thing. The summer of 2011 will be amazing."


In addition to their own recording careers, the Wilson sisters have played a role on the Seattle music scene. Among the groups who have recorded at their Bad Animals studio are R.E.M., Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains,, Alice in Chains speaks about Heart’s influence, Decades Rock Confidential. Soundgarden and Candlebox.

"Heart's Heart: 20 Years of Rock & Roll" was the first CD-ROM multimedia biography/greatest hits package ever released.

In 2009 the Wilson sisters were also awarded ASCAP's in recognition of their 35-year songwriting career.

Heart has achieved Top 10 albums on the Billboard charts in the 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, and now 2010 with chart singles in each decade. This span of four decades places them among the most commercially enduring hard rock acts of all time.

Heart's diversity in music styles has been evident in their chart successes. The band has had singles chart success on Billboard's Hot 100, Mainstream Rock Tracks, and Adult Contemporary charts. Throughout history Heart has been labeled as Hard Rock, Folk, Easy Listening, Heavy Metal, and Hair Metal, many times demonstrating two or more of these styles on the same album. Their album title Dog And Butterfly was a symbol of their sometimes contradictory styles, with the "Dog" side of the album focusing on hard rock tunes and the "Butterfly" side made up of acoustic folk music. Their epic "Mistral Wind" from this album captured both styles in one song, starting as a mellow acoustic ballad and building to a metal crescendo. "Mistral Wind" is considered by many followers of Heart to be the band's finest studio recording.


In 1977, Heart's record label, Mushroom Records, fueled rumors that Ann and Nancy were lesbian lovers by running a in Rolling Stone showing the sisters bare-shouldered (as appearing on the "Dreamboat Annie" album cover) and suggestively captioned, "It was only our first time!" When a reporter suggested, backstage after a live appearance, that the sisters were sex partners, the infuriated Ann returned to her hotel room and began writing the lyrics to "Barracuda" to relieve her frustration.Refer to the episode of "VH1 Behind the Music" which follows the career of "The First Sisters of Rock & Roll." More information about this episode can be found at The song became one of Heart's biggest hits, charting at #11 in 1977.

Members and former members


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*Dreamboat Annie (1976)

*Little Queen (1977)

*Magazine (1978)

*Dog and Butterfly (1978)

*Bebe le Strange (1980)

*Private Audition (1982)

*Passionworks (1983)

*Heart (1985)

*Bad Animals (1987)

*Brigade (1990)

*Desire Walks On (1993)

*Jupiters Darling (2004)

*Red Velvet Car (2010)

See also

*List of best-selling music artists

*:Category:Images of Heart (band)

*Offshoots from Heart and subsequent activities of former band members:

**Fisher, Fossen, DeRosier: Alias

References and notes



*Jake Brown, Heart: In the Studio, Ecw Press (June 1, 2008), ISBN 1550228315

There are many errors in this book including wrong dates and wrong song titles.

External links




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