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UBI MAIOR were formed in 1999, when Lorenzo Marotta (vocals) and Stefano Mancarella (guitar) joined forces together with keyboard player Gabriele Manzini. Bass player Walter Gorreri came in a few weeks later, and at the same time Gabriele brought in his friend and old bandmate Alessandro Di Caprio to play drums. After some months spent rehearsing compositions by UN BIGLIETTO PER L'INFERNO, Le ORME, PFM, BALLETTO DI BRONZO and BANCO DEL MUTUO SOCCORSO, some new original tracks were written. "Messia", "Vendetta" and "Terra Madre" are a perfect combination of symphonic prog and hard rock, and they remain a cornerstone in the evolution of the band.

In 2001 they recorded their first demo, Frontiere. In the same year Gabriele Manzini joined GENESIS-inspired band The WATCH as keyboard player, and played and recorded with them until the end of 2004. In 2002 Lorenzo Marotta left the band to study bel canto. His place was taken by Mario Moi. During 2004 UBI MAIOR played at numerous festivals organised by UN BIGLIETTO PER L'INFERNO in order to promote their 30th years boxed-set. The performances were very strong and UBI MAIOR received the praise of both public and press. In the same year they recorded a cover of "Prince Rupert Awakes" for the KING CRIMSON tribute album The Letters, released by Mellow Records. After some spring gigs, just before summer they recorded a new demo called Atto Primo - Atto Secondo, featuring new versions of old tracks, and a new, longer composition which paved the way for their debut CD.

In January 2005, at the Prog Day Festival in Lecco, northern Italy, UBI MAIOR played a tribute to UN BIGLIETTO PER L'INFERNO, sharing the stage with famous Italian artists as Rodolfo Maltese (BANCO), Patrizio Fariselli (AREA), Tony Pagliuca (Le ORME) and Mauro Gnecchi (UN BIGLIETTO PER L'INFERNO). By the beginning of 2005 the track "Veteran Cosmic Rocker" was recorded for the new Mellow Records tribute album "Higher and Higher - A Tribute to The Moody Blues" which will be available by the end of 2005. Finally the debut CD Nostos was released in October 2005. It also features a cover of BALLETTO DI BRONZO's "La tua casa comoda", which has received the appreciation of BALLETTO leader Gianni Leone.

In 2009 their second album `Senza Tempo' was released, with the band recommencing touring from that point. By 2014 Ubi Maior began the recording sessions for their third CD `Incanti Bio Meccanici', which saw the light of day on February 12th 20...
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3.76 | 49 ratings
Nostos
2005
3.53 | 46 ratings
Senza Tempo
2009
3.93 | 51 ratings
Incanti Bio Meccanici
2015
3.73 | 60 ratings
Bestie, Uomini e Dči
2020

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 Bestie, Uomini e Dči by UBI MAIOR album cover Studio Album, 2020
3.73 | 60 ratings

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Bestie, Uomini e Dči
Ubi Maior Rock Progressivo Italiano

Review by prog_traveller!!

4 stars The band has been around for over twenty years. It was formed in 1998 in Milan and since 2005, a total of four albums have been released.

This is a concept album that brings together mythological figures, monsters and aliens in a theatrical story. The story is told using the usual means of Italian prog, the music comparing it to some other bands is not that complex, but normally not everything is reflected in complexity, but in the way the music is presented.

The keyboards always provide fine symphonic prog elements, but these are not so much in the foreground, because the overall impression remains more that of a rocking prog album than that of a symphonic bombast album. Other instruments enrich this album and play their part in shaping the compositions, such as the violin in the opener, an excursion into jazz, but also withdrawn moments such as the part with acoustic guitar and flute.

The album ends with a song of epic proportions. The title track "Bestie, Uomini e Dči" has a duration of almost 10 minutes. Enriched with long organ, keyboard and guitar solos, a fantastic ending to the album

 Bestie, Uomini e Dči by UBI MAIOR album cover Studio Album, 2020
3.73 | 60 ratings

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Bestie, Uomini e Dči
Ubi Maior Rock Progressivo Italiano

Review by BrufordFreak
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4 stars The fourth album release from Italian band Ubi Maior since 2004, Bestie, Uomini e D'i shows some very adept compositional and performance skills--which results in the best RPI album I've yet heard from 2020. As with the subject selections for each song, the compositions are varied and distinctive--rendered especially so by the astonishingly chameleonic range and creativity of singer Mario Moi.

1. "Nero Notte" (6:12) great guitar and bass opening, then Neo Prog drums and keys enter to help establish the structural and melodic base before singer Mario Moi enters. Mario's voice is strong though a little warbly. Also, he sings this one with a kind of single note approach. The solid instrumental section that follows the opening vocal section begins with some nice violin before giving way to electric rock guitar. With the vocals I'm reminded of contemporary bands Syndone, Egonon, and La Maschera di Cena. (8.5/10)

2. "Misteri di Tessaglia" (7:33) very straightforward gentle ballad format that uses an ascending four-chord progression for the first section. At 2:30 things stop and restart with a heavier, more proggy palette for an instrumental section of guitar, violin, and synth taking turns over a kind of JC Superstar theme. When the vocals return the song stays heavy and full-on prog. Now this is more like it! Great finish! (13.5/15)

3. "Wendigo" (7:54) Drums get us started before spacey-guitar, keys and bass join in. FRANCESCO CIAPICA-sounding voice enters to sing. Great instrumental sections in between vocal verses. Interesting slowed down but powerful, marching URIAH HEEP-like section begins at 4:10 but then switches into an odd time signature at 5:25 to sound more GENESIS-like. Mario's performance is quite animated and powerful despite few pitchy moments. Piano becomes more prominent over drums, bass, and synth washes at 7:00, eventually taking over for a solo finish. Great song! (14/15)

4. "Nessie" (8:50) an instrumental kind of swings like a heavy INGRANAGGI DELLA VALLE song with strong organ foundation. At 1:52 a slower, more sensitive pastiche is laid for jazz and rock guitar soli. Trumpet joins in the solo celebration but with a consistent melody that makes it more part of the foundational weave. Fiery Hammond organ solo in the fifth minute before the electric violin takes a turn. Very nice, with each and every change and section feeling engaging and interesting. Electric guitars and various synths take turns exchanging war-like soli over the course of the next four minutes culminating in a guitar finish (and victory?). (18.5/20)

5. "Fabula Sirenis" (5:22) opens very smoothly with a slow full band fabric over which Mario sings with a beautifully sensitive vocal. At 1:25 the tempo picks up and a kind of GENESIS-like section transitions us to the 1:55 full-force drama for about 30 seconds before returning to the GENESIS motif for another vocal section. There is a similarity of this music and vocal performance to some of the early impassioned songs of LA COSCIENZA DI ZENO. Very well constructed and performed song. (9.25/10)

6. "Bestie, Uomini E D'i" (9:42) another heavy DEEP PURPLE-like organ-based thumping rocker over which Mario's more vulnerable, warbly voice sings. This one falls below the standards now set by the previous four songs as it is a little too simple and straightforward for the first three minutes. Even when the pace quickens, the even-beat ascending four chord progression is tiresome. Nice entry of church organ at 3:59 to support a creative electric guitar solo. A quiet acoustic guitar-supported section in the sixth minute falls a little flat--both musically and vocally- -until the piano joins in, then Mario's vocalise gets interesting and emotionally powerful. Switch to slow, piano based bluesy PINK FLOYD section at the eight minute mark (made PF-ish for its Gilmour-like slide guitar soloing). Pretty. (17.75/20)

Total Time 45:33

An album that upon first listen I had trouble connecting with, began to grow and grow on me with repeated listens. The compositional acumen of these guys is superb--as is their sense of melody. Skill levels are quite good all around (especially with the keyboard player) and very creative and refreshingly original, though I still room to grow. Now I have to go back and catch up on the band's previous three albums!

A-/five stars; a minor masterpiece of progressive rock music of the RPI kind and my favorite RPI album of 2020! (so far)

 Bestie, Uomini e Dči by UBI MAIOR album cover Studio Album, 2020
3.73 | 60 ratings

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Bestie, Uomini e Dči
Ubi Maior Rock Progressivo Italiano

Review by TenYearsAfter

4 stars In the early Prog Archives era, the 2004-2006 years, I was part of a bunch of inspired collaborators who were determined to add Classic Italian prog, and interesting new Italian prog. Like the highly acclaimed debut album Nostos (2005) from Ubi Maior, lots of 4 star ratings, and euphoric words. I had to think about that when I recently got the new Ubi Maior album to review, the band only its fourth effort in 15 years. And my first musical encounter with Ubi Maior since 2009, because I lost the band after the second album Senza Tempo, also warmly received on Prog Archives.

Well, after a few listening sessions I am very pleased to conclude that Ubi Maior still succeeds to blow me away, the entire running time! The six composition (between 5 and 10 minutes) contain lots of flowing shifting moods (between dreamy and bombastic), dynamics, tension, variety, strong work on keyboards (by Gabriele Manzini, also The Watch) and guitar (by Marcella Arganese, also Marillion tribute band Mr. Punch) and fine musical ideas. The fluent rhythm-section feautures Gianmaria Giardino on bass, and Alessandro Di Caprio on drums, the latter played with Alex Carpani, Aldo Tagliapietra, David Jackson, Bernardo Lanzetti and David Cross. This is topped by the inspired and often theatrical vocals by Mario Moi who also plays violin and trumpet. What an interesting Italian prog rock line-up!

Nero Nott. First intense bluesy guitar and halfway wonderful violin work in a mid-tempo, then a sensitive electric guitar soli. In the final part a building up to a sumptuous conclusion with howling guitar, lush Hammond and a sensational flashy synthesizer solo. This is blended with powerful emotional vocals, an excellent start!

Misteri Di Tessaglia. Tension, dynamics and a lush instrumentation. From dreamy with piano and warm vocals to an exciting ominous atmosphere with violin, raw guitar riffs, howling electric guitar, flashy synthesizer flights and beautiful violin. And from a bombastic eruption with moving guitar and emotional vocals to an exciting grand finale featuring strong guitar work and an awesome Mellotron choir sound.

The track Wendigo delivers very powerful and bombastic music with awesome keyboards (from church organ and Hammond to tender piano), excellent guitar play (from sensitive to heavy) and swirling violin work. The compelling parts with theatrical vocals reminds me of Il Balletto Di Bronzo and the heavy parts with Hammond, guitar and violin of early Kansas.

In Nessie again hints of Kansas but also a jazzy element (trumpet), prog metal (heavy guitar, flashy synthesizer flights and thunderous drums), a swinging piano solo and romantic violin, what a variety!

The track Fabula Sienis starts mellow with twanging guitar and flageolets, halfway an acceleration to a mid-tempo beat and finally wonderful interplay between moving guitar and tender piano, another strong example how interesting Ubi Maior works with tension and dynamics.

The final epic composition is the title track, close to 10 minutes, this one showcases Ubi Maior its huge potential. First a bombastic Hammond sound, romantic violin and theatrical vocals in a slow rhythm. Then sensitive electric guitar runs and again lush Hammond. Halfway an accellaration with bombastic overtones, inspired vocals, powerful Hammond, howling guitar runs and a church organ sound, how exciting. Now the climate turns into dreamy with twanging acoustic guitar and flute, this is pastoral prog like early Genesis. Next warm romantic vocals and tender piano arpeggios join. Finally a great build-up with a soaring tremolo Hammond sound, tender piano, slow drum beats and soft synthesizer flights. In the final part a pleasant musical surprise featuring flowing slide guitar runs (early Seventies Pink Floyd comes to my mind), blended with piano arpeggios and again soaring Hammond waves. What a wonderful and delicate musical idea, and what a beautiful way to end this album!

If you are up to the theatrical overtones in the inspired Italian vocals this new Ubi Maior album is a treat for the aficionados of Old School Prog and Classic Italian Prog!

P.s.: This review was previously published (in a slightly different version) on the Background Magazine website, the oldest Dutch progrock source.

 Senza Tempo by UBI MAIOR album cover Studio Album, 2009
3.53 | 46 ratings

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Senza Tempo
Ubi Maior Rock Progressivo Italiano

Review by TenYearsAfter

4 stars In 2005 Italian formation Ubi Maior pleasantly surprised the progheads with their debut CD entitled Nostos, firmly rooted in the Classic Prog tradition and layered with vintage keyboards, especially the Mellotron sound is awesome. In those days Ubi Maior also performed on a Biglietto Per L'Inferno tribute concert (along legendary bands like Le Orme, Banco and Area), they made a huge impression and a lot of fans! Four years later Ubi Maior released their eagerly awaited successor named Senza Tempo. Was it worth waiting that long? Yes, it was!

Listening to Senza Tempo I conclude that the band has matured during the years between their two albums, the 10 compositions sound more balanced and structured than on Nostos. Singer Mario Moi (he also plays electric violin) has an important role with his unique vocals: a bit raw and very passionate and in songs like Disperazione, Delirio and Destino he colours the music in a very special way with strong theatrical undertones. To me it sounds as a perfect match with Ubi Maior's often dark, compelling and heavy bombastic progrock. At other moments he very sounds warm, almost tender. Like in the mellow mid-section of Sogno (in combination with beautiful violin- Mellotron waves), the intro of Desiderio (wonderful duet with sparkling Grand piano) and especially in the first part of Distruzione (subtle blend of warm vocals, Fender Rhodes-like piano and soaring keyboards).

But I am mostly impressed how Ubi Maior succeeds to build up the tension in many songs, especially in the long compositions Delirio (delivering moving guitar work and swirling Hammond organ) and the exciting, very varied Destino (fantastic 'grand finale' with strong hints of Pallas due to the compelling choir-Melllotron sound and the fiery guitar runs). Other strong examples are:

Sogno : from heavy and compelling with a dark climate in the vein of Il Balletto Di Bronzo to sultry with soaring viloin-Mellotron, and from a slow rhythm with howling guitar and inspired vocals to gradually bombastic with propulsive guitar riffs and violin-Mellotron waves,

Desiderio : from a beautiful Grand piano intro with warm vocals to bombastic eruptions with fiery guitar and majestic choir-Mellotron eruptions

and the sultry Distruzione : from dreamy with hypnotizing Fender electric piano to romantic with dreamy vocals and melancholical electric violin.

The short Morte sounds as a PFM inspired 'classic meets rock' song featuring lots of Moog and Hammond along folky acoustic rhythm guitar. And the final track Morte Parte IV is a good example how Ubi Maior has found the balance on Senza Tempo: after the long and alternating composition Destino, the band ends the album with the dreamy sounding Morte Part IV featuring warm acoustic guitar and electric violin and pleasant vocals.

We had to wait four years for this second Ubi Maior CD, but in the end it was really worth to wait that long, highly recommended. And we even had to wait six years for the successor entitled Incanti Bio Meccanici, released in 2015, I am not (yet) familiar with their third effort.

This was my final review in this 2008-2014 Italian prog serie, to compile and publish it was great fun. Because it evoked cascades of pleasant memories: all those neverending, beer and wine drenched prog nights, attended by an increasing amount of Dutch progheads, listening to the brandnew Pandora, Narrow Pass and Il Bacio Della Medusa, 'la dolce vita', ciao.

 Incanti Bio Meccanici by UBI MAIOR album cover Studio Album, 2015
3.93 | 51 ratings

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Incanti Bio Meccanici
Ubi Maior Rock Progressivo Italiano

Review by progbaby

4 stars I love progarchives but I wish they would allow for 4.5 ratings too. To me, this is better than a 4 star rating but I can't give it 5.

What makes this album so good? I was pleasantly surprised. I bought the mp3 album from Amazon (very economical) and was floored by that first 20-minute track. There's really nothing to dislike about any of it. Vocals are highly emotional and a cross between Banco and Museo Rosenbach. No fooling. The opening track has it all and it's hard for me to get past it (the remaining three tracks are great too).

If I had to describe this, it's 1970's italian prog-like that mixes the best sounds of Museo Rosenbach, a little bit of Luvo D'Columbo and Banco. Opening track has 4 excellent melodic sections that remind me why I love italian prog. Oh and if that's not good enough, they use the mighty mellotron.

I will put the first track up against Museo Rosenbach's Zarathustra anyday and go out on a limb to say they're "equal" in quality. And I'm stuck in the 1970's so I was skeptical at first. I felt like I went into a time machine to 1973 listening to this. Many might claim "lack of originality" but I don't care if this whole album is a tribute to the 1970's italian prog bands. It's so darn good.

The 2nd and 3rd tracks are good too but sort of a "coming down" from the masterpiece first track but still very worth of attention.

The final track picks up again where the first one leaves off with analog keys, 70's guitar solos, nice vocal harmonies and pleasant surprise with the trumpet which reminds me of the trumpet used on Jonesy's "No alternative" song.

The album has a melancholy feel with a hard edge to it at times. But don't let that dissuade you. There's pastoral sections blended with the best elements of that 1970's prog sound.

Amazon is selling this album cheaply (too cheaply I think). It's really worth checking out. If not just for the opening track which is in my top ten for the best 20 minute prog tracks (and I include this with Zarathustra, VDGG's Plague of the Lighthouse Keeper, Genesis supper's ready, etc..).

4.5 stars!! Look forward to their next album.

 Senza Tempo by UBI MAIOR album cover Studio Album, 2009
3.53 | 46 ratings

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Senza Tempo
Ubi Maior Rock Progressivo Italiano

Review by apps79
Special Collaborator Honorary Collaborator

3 stars Following the release of ''Nostos'' Ubi Maior eventually entered a fruitful period with numerous live shows in festivals, mainly in their homecountry, while they also covered ''Veteran cosmic rocker'' for the 2006 Moody Blues' tribute album ''Higher and higher'', released on Mellow Records.Once the concept of their next album was captured, the band begun rehearsing.Their new work was thematically based on Neil Gaiman's graphic novel ''Sandman'' and Ubi Maior recorded the album at the Pop Life Studio in Milano.May 2009 sees finally the release of ''Senza tempo''.

The sound of the band remained energetic, passionate and melodic with heavier underlines between their most typical symphonic glory, displayed with a balanced instrumentation and plenty of mood changes.Still they seem to be heavily influenced by the classic Italian acts such as BANCO DEL MUTUO SOCCORSO and BIGLIETTO PER L'INFERNO, combining Classical influences with harder moments and lyrical intensity.Very bombastic and pompous material with shifting keyboard textures, starting from orchestral keyboards and old-fashioned organ and ending up in flashy, modern synth deliveries and atmospheric piano interludes, while the guitar work is often great with impressive solos and inspired lead parts.There are also some surprising jazzy overtones in a few tracks, what the album lacks is some of the striking compositions of their debut.Otherwise ''Senza tempo'' is a very good album in a typical Italian Prog vein with a hard edge and dramatic, symphonic influences.The band never forgets to add some fine melodic lines between the bombastic executions and the result is charming, adventuruous and often intricate, even if not exactly on par with their amazing debut.

Solid second effort by Ubi Maior.Essential or fans of dramatic Italian Prog and rich Symphonic/Heavy Prog.Recommended.

 Nostos by UBI MAIOR album cover Studio Album, 2005
3.76 | 49 ratings

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Nostos
Ubi Maior Rock Progressivo Italiano

Review by toroddfuglesteg

4 stars The very high quality of the new generation of RPI bands amazes me. No disrespect, but I am starting to wonder if the RPI scene in the 1970s was better than today's RPI scene. Today's scene would not had been here without the 1970s scene so this debate is wrong anyway.

This album, the debut album from Ubi Maior is in any case very close to what Biglietto and Osanna did in the 1970s. A very nice vintage sound with Hammond organs and keyboards is the building foundation of this album. The music is then both lyrical, pretty epic and at times heavy. The vocals are excellent and in Italian. In other words; this is a very RPI sounding album and one that warms the hearts of all RPI fans. Mine included, I have to say.

This album is also filled with some great melody lines too. It starts with the excellent nine minutes long Vendetta and continues in the same vein. The almost ten minutes long epic Messia is the strongest track here with it's excellent melody lines. The rest of the album is great too.

This is an album I would put in my top ten RPI albums from this decade. It is a true heart warmer from Italy. As simple as that.

4 stars

 Nostos by UBI MAIOR album cover Studio Album, 2005
3.76 | 49 ratings

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Nostos
Ubi Maior Rock Progressivo Italiano

Review by apps79
Special Collaborator Honorary Collaborator

4 stars Add another great band to the ever-growing list of the new Italian groups with both vintage and modern touches in their progressive sound.UBI MAIOR were found in 1998 by Lorenzo Marotta (vocals) and Stefano Mancarella (guitars) and soon they rehearsed their own composition.Keyboardist Gabriele Manzini joined ''The watch'' by the dawn of the new millenium to return in 2004 in UBI MAIOR.With a stable line-up the band gigged intensively,performed at famoust festivals and participated in a couple of tribute allbums.With a growing fame UBI MAIOR recorded ''Nostos'' in 2005 (on Vinyl Magic).

...an album influenced by the like of the 70's Italian giants,balancing between the heavy symphonic prog of BIGLIETTO PER L'INFERNO and the grandiose sound of BANCO DEL MUTUO SOCCORSO.There are lot of absolutely inspiring and delicate classical-sounding piano parts and heavy organ echoes,reminding of Nocenzi brothers of BANCO DEL MUTUO SOCCORSO,but the guitar work is closer to the heavy side of prog with Mancarella delivering strong riffs and darkened grooves throughout the listening.The vocals of Mario Moi (who replaced Marotta on the way) also come from another age,giving emphasis more on the theatrical and expressive side of singing than on vocal techniques.The rhythm section is also briliiant with a tight and confindent playing.Good breaks are followed by odd time signatures,heavy riffing is balanced with stunning melodies,angry singing is supported by crying vocal arrangements...modern progressive symph prog is greatly mixed with the vintage echoes of the 70's...This is an absolutely essential release for searchers of good music overall.Enjoy UBI MAIOR at their best!

 Senza Tempo by UBI MAIOR album cover Studio Album, 2009
3.53 | 46 ratings

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Senza Tempo
Ubi Maior Rock Progressivo Italiano

Review by Tarcisio Moura
Prog Reviewer

3 stars I got this album through a friend who was praising this band in a brazilian prog forum. The first notes from Senza Tempo had the effect of thinking this was one obscure outfit from the 70´s. I was quite impressed to know they were in fact such a contemporary italian band. Certainly they did absorb very well the right influences (other italian great ones from that era like Banco, PFM, etc plus some british counterparts, of which early Genesis is the most obvious one), and while they retain some every strong old styled symphonic sounds, I found they also incorporated more modern elements, even some metallic riffings here and there.

I believe this is a concept album, but I´m not really sure of it. All I can say the music is very good . The musicians are very skilled . Mario Moi has a strong voice that is fairly unique and overall their sound is less melodic and edgier than most bands I heard from Italy. Production and mixing are excellent.

All in all I felt this band to be quite promising. I´m looking forward to hear their next releases. If you like italian symphonic rock mixed with some alternative and metal bits to spice it up, then Senxa Tempo is for you. 3,5 stars.

 Senza Tempo by UBI MAIOR album cover Studio Album, 2009
3.53 | 46 ratings

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Senza Tempo
Ubi Maior Rock Progressivo Italiano

Review by bspark

4 stars UBI MAIOR's Senza Tempo is their second album. I got this CD after I hear first one Nostos many times. This second album is more fresh than first one I think. And while hearing the album, I was quite a good feeling of this CD, and it has a very good moments! I would like to give 4 stars on this second album that first album Nostos of course is same rating I would like to give. If you have generous mind of Italian Prog , this album is quite good . Just get it and listen, you like it and notice a different feeling than Nostos. thank you.
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