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Formed in 2005 in Mainz, Germany

German act ARGOS initially started out as a solo project by multi-instrumentalist and composer Thomas Klarmann, an experienced musician who started out in prog and fusion bands in the 70's. He abandoned the progressive part of the music scene more and more as time went by though, concentrating on jazz, but when he discovered the new progressive movement in the mid 90's spearheaded by acts like Flower Kings and Spock's Beard, the passion for making and performing progressive music returned as well.

A chance meeting with Robert Gozon eventually lead to the formation of Superdrama, a four man strong band still active.

Klarmann wished to explore a broader style of music than what he could do in this band though, and started composing songs for a solo project in 2005. Gozon soon got involved though, and they set up a MySpace page where those interested in the project could listen to the material they produced.

One day Ulf Jacobs, a passionate lover of progressive music as well as a skilled drummer and composer, came across the page. he found the music highly compelling and contacted the band, offering his services.

The solo project, now expanded to a trio, started recording songs soon after, and were signed to French label Musea Records in 2008. Their self-titled debut album was issued in January 2009

In April 2010 Musea released the new ARGOS album called 'Circles'. They developed to a four piece crew with Rico Florczak added on guitar. The band is also part of a Flower Kings Tribute published by Musea in cooperation with the Colossus magazine


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German act Argos explores a musical landscape heavily influenced by vintage symphonic progressive rock; with leanings towards folk, jazz and pop - with contemporary musical details as the last but vital ingredient. The band was suggested to and approved for inclusion by the Neo-Progressive team.

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3.54 | 68 ratings
Argos
2009
3.75 | 107 ratings
Circles
2010
3.73 | 84 ratings
Cruel Symmetry
2012
3.66 | 97 ratings
A Seasonal Affair
2015
3.90 | 117 ratings
Unidentified Dying Objects
2018
3.87 | 43 ratings
The Other Life
2021

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 The Other Life by ARGOS album cover Studio Album, 2021
3.87 | 43 ratings

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The Other Life
Argos Neo-Prog

Review by BrufordFreak
Collaborator Honorary Collaborator

4 stars I've always loved the quirky, upbeat, humorous, and highly melodic sounds and stylings of this band. They create a retro sound that is always difficult to pinpoint as there are usually elements of a variety of bands/artists within each and every song--part of what makes their sound and albums so intriguing.

1. "Chameleon Sky" (6:31) so pretty and melodic, in the best vein of quirk-poppy XTC or Genesis. A tip three song for me. (9/10)

2. "Broken Mirror" (4:14) nice song that is diminished slightly by the lifting of Genesis "Duchess" programmed drum line and a few pitchy vocal lines. (8.75/10)

3. "The Twilight Mind" (6:45) the first of several Peter Hammill-like vocal performances over some fairly simplistic classic rock music (Journey, ABACAB Genesis). (8.5/10)

4. "Johnny Head-in-Air" (5:25) straight out of early Caravan/National Health only more cohesively melodic like early solo Brian Eno or Jethro Tull. My favorite song on the album. (9.5/10)

5. "I Carry Light" (5:46) such an unusual song--reminding me of the often dense and convoluted sound of Thomas Thelen songs. (8.5/10)

6. "The Trial of the Pyx" (7:58) with the lyrics and singing of Peter Hammill and David Bowie but the music of Styx or Toto. (13/15)

7. "Weak End" (3:10) back to a richer sound palette like the first four songs, there's an debut album Ambrosia-like innocence to this one. How?! And then they try to go Gentle Giant! (8.75/10)

8. "The Shall See Hotel" (6:23) cool, rich sound to start out this mood piece, it turns "heavy" pop rock and loses a bit of its allure. Some awesome guitar work, though, and welcome sax and vocal performances. (8.75/10)

9. "The Library of the Future" (3:26) acoustic guitar and solo voce--like a Prog Folk song. Could be a Steve Hackett solo piece. Nice. My final top three song. (9/10)

Total Time 49:38

B+/4.5 stars; a truly unique and different and delightful listening experience that I think most every prog music lover would enjoy.

 The Other Life by ARGOS album cover Studio Album, 2021
3.87 | 43 ratings

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The Other Life
Argos Neo-Prog

Review by progflame

4 stars Music has a purpose in itself or has an extra-musical purpose. It can be serious or playful, complex or catchy, well- composed or woodcut-like. You can recognize progressive rock by the fact that musical ideas are grouped into themes and these are combined into one work. New forms are constantly being developed, but the sound remains familiar. A special form of art music is created from rock, jazz and symphonic music.

With "The Other Life", "Argos" present their sixth studio album, which is spread over 9 tracks between 3 and 8 minutes in the context of familiar sounds (prog rock instruments, playful, jazzy chord progressions, pointed vocals, melancholic but optimistic texts, etc.) but also offers something new and exciting. Stories and music evoked moods change, but always remain comprehensible, each topic is given its adequate space, the atmospheric setting is warm and pleasant, more daydream-like than hectic.

In their musical cosmos "Argos" operate at their usual high level, plenty of musical content flows into beautiful melodies, thoughtful texts evoke images in the mind of the attentive listener and the evermore varied presentation provides aesthetic pleasure. As always the cover is artistically designed. Thomas Klarmann (bass, flute, keyboards, vocals), Robert Gozon (vocals, keyboards), Ulf Jacobs (drums, percussion) and the new "Argonaut" Bogati-Bokor Akos (guitars, keyboards, vocals) create a beautiful work of the prog -rock, which is available on CD, vinyl and as a download (Bandcamp).

 The Other Life by ARGOS album cover Studio Album, 2021
3.87 | 43 ratings

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The Other Life
Argos Neo-Prog

Review by RelayerFr

4 stars I discovered ARGOS with the previous album "Unidentified Dying Objects" released in 2018 presenting a strange and paradoxical cover, subtly suggesting the present and the future by a brand new stone column whose reflection in a lake made a ruin appear in the place. I wondered then what would be the next illustration, what abstraction will we have to discover ...? Well, almost the same thing, always time as a theme, here with the present and the past nested in the same landscape. The listener who discovers ARGOS for the first time will be able to legitimately wonder about the type of music engraved in the groove at the sight of this bizarre thing ... Whether you like it or not, here is a cover that will not leave anyone indifferent. ! But there is nothing supernatural because we are in the presence of an enormous rusty centrifugal pump in the industrial art style dating from the beginning of the last century planted in a pastoral setting, it is harmonious like the nose of the Demoiselles d'Avignon by Picasso but with a happy and original visual impact!

ARGOS is the project of Thomas KLARMANN passionate about 90s Prog music like SPOCK'S BEARD or THE FLOWER KING. Note the arrival at the helm of Romanian multi-instrumentalist Akos BOGATI-BOKOR replacing Enrico FLORCZAK. ARGOS offers us a sixth album entitled "The Other Life", a wide variety of songs, ranging from classic neo-prog to Canterburry through retro and contemporary soft progressive Rock. This group which plays in the eclecticism uses a little too much what one calls the "influences", making it easily readable even too much ..., but for me and I do not hide it from you, it is a real happiness to review an album with so much visibility. These Germans stroll in a rather theatrical style in the GENESIS range with a typically "British" vocal articulation, and for main and non-exhaustive markdowns CARAVAN, I'AM THE MANIC WHALE, NEEDLEPOINT ... We can characterize the lyrics of the songs as surrealists or dreamers such as "Chamelion Sky" or "Johnny Head-in-Air". The compositions are bucolic, calm with folk / pop tendencies giving the desire to lie down on the grass and contemplate the green landscapes. But what green wood does this new opus have?

"Chameleon Sky" opens to childish airs in the style of CARAVAN accompanied by instruments played and sung intermittently with disuse. The tone hardens and accelerates, followed by typically neo-prog guitars giving dazzling lights to this song which deviates and constantly binds to the Canterbury school (8.5 / 10). "Broken Mirror" deals with the suicide of a loved one, a serious subject that can only be sung with gravity, a simple song without a trace of Prog, very sad and musically without much interest (6/10). "The Twilight Mind" is a pure marvel! From high-class neo-prog with plethora of influences, I could quote out of order: ILUVATAR, Al DI MEOLA, OZRIC TENTACLES, IQ for the voice of Peter NICHOLLS. At 1:12 we will be able to taste a miraculous flute guitar organ combination, and the voice of Robert GOZON fitting perfectly into this enjoyable piece built on a melody in harmonic degradation for our greatest pleasure (9.5 / 10). Another successful piece with "Johnny Head-in-Air". Typically "caravan" bucolic atmosphere mixing with a magnificent luminous bossa nova, bewitching PINK FLOYD tunes, recognizable cadences in the style of BIG YOGA MUFFIN, a clarinet that shivers and flies away like SUPERTRAMP played virtuosously by Marek ARNOLD, a neo-prog electric that always fits in the right place and a rhythmic and welcome pan flute. In short, a brilliant patchwork that will make you shudder after a few plays (9.5 / 10).

"I Carry Light" reminds me musically of CARPTREE and Nicklas FLINCK's way of singing. This symphonic opus will present some layers of YES, but without the same inventiveness (7.5 / 10). "The Trial of the Pyx" sends out blows that KING CRIMSON would not deny, dissenting articulations like CIRKUS, a voice close to Peter HAMMILL which does not invite serenity. A semblance of harmony appears however with the arrival of a guitar similar to that of Jimi HENDRIX, surrounded by voices finally tuning, to become melodious (8/10). "Weak End" is a short, happy and sunny song, a little pop, not really prog with backing vocals strangely resembling YES or GENTLE GIANT, it's as you want ... The course of this song can be summed up in three groups: PREFAB SPROUT for the pop part and vocals, IQ for the synths and YES for the polyphonic chapters and some instrumental parts (8.5 / 10). Unlike his previous "The Shall See Hotel" does not inspire the joy of living. A dismal voice from afar begins this ordeal to wake up in the company of beautiful electric guitars, expressing itself in silky arpeggio solos followed by a nervous and timely wah wah guitar. Impromptu saxophones will enhance this good musical piece, the end will end as it began ... in the grissaille. Surely the most inherent song in ARGOS (9/10).

"The Library of the Future" is a short, minimalist rhyme-style ballad. With the load of an acoustic guitar, the rustling of mellotron, the engagement of a vintage synth when the rhythm accelerates and the voice engages. It's simple but beautiful! (8.5 / 10). This opus is definitely inspired by the Canterbury school with CARAVAN at the top of the list. A calm and solid album, with a more introverted and more analytical aspect than the previous one, but fishing a little for lack of progressive extravagance. The touch of Ákos BOGATI-BOKOR undoubtedly brings freshness to this careful work. The production, which does not lead to any comment, was carried out for the first time in self-realization. The wav tracks received are of optimum quality and provide excellent musical follow-up for the high-fidelity enthusiast. When we compare this cake to the previous ones we realize that these musicians are always in search of new horizons, and that they know prog and their classics inside out. An album to place in your collection without hesitation!

 The Other Life by ARGOS album cover Studio Album, 2021
3.87 | 43 ratings

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The Other Life
Argos Neo-Prog

Review by alainPP

3 stars ARGOS was born in 2005; they release their 6th opus exploring a symphonic melodic line focused on the 70's, GENESIS, CAMEL, CARAVAN and the most recent FLOWER KINGS. Bucolic, calm, pop-folk compositions with varied progressive variations, the flute and the sax often assisting the guitar. I loved their last one for their long, majestic final sequel, I am throwing myself into this other life to see what it is all about.

"Chameleon Sky" opens with a Charisma melody, between GENESIS and CARAVAN; the tune on jerky 'A Trick of a Tail, Akos guitar firmly in place, repeating track with airy synths. 'Broken Mirror' 'on a slower tempo, a rhyme that may remind of Phil Collins; monolithic, bucolic. "The Twilight Mind" and the title taking off with progressive entry, well almost; of the flute like in the good old days, the instruments in search of the air which takes off and the new guitarist Akos of YESTERDAYS which ensures and which bursts, rhythm syncopated by the voice which ogles on the ballads of the GENESIS. "Johnny Head-in-Air" for a softer, jazzy, folkloric, Ian Anderson-style flute and Marek's saxophone then it bustles with a nervous guitar-keyboard-sax riff.

'' I Carry Light '' for a beautiful intro as one would imagine, edited with a sound that would not deny the MINIMUM VITAL for keyboards, it's fresh; the air is more rhythmic and is reminiscent of second-draft Genesis nursery rhymes; monolithic end. "The Trial of the Pyx" to a destructured KING CRIMSON tune, I think of "Red" right away; the neo is also present by the place given to keyboards and the Fishian voice; it looks like another group; Akos' solo is very enjoyable, the synth solo starts with good MANFRED MANN EARTH BAND; the best progressive, hovering title. '' Weak End '' conventional title fortunately embellished with a mini opera in 'Bohemian Rhapsody', bucolic air back. "The Shall See Hotel" is the length but this playful track is truly fresh, Marek's jazzy sax is just gorgeous and the catchy Crichton guitar spurts all over the place, finally unpredictable; I push the replay. '' The Library of the Future 'for the minimalist acoustic ballad, nursery rhyme style with a proper vintage synth.

ARGOS has changed its mind and is moving away a lot from its values ​​of yesteryear with very conventional titles in my opinion, pleasant but not giving any particular emotion, the air too jazzy at times, too jerky and predictable . The voice of Robert often flirting with that of Peter Hamill is an undeniable plus but here it lacks a little progressive madness, Canterbury or other which would give more cachet to this album.

 The Other Life by ARGOS album cover Studio Album, 2021
3.87 | 43 ratings

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The Other Life
Argos Neo-Prog

Review by Rivertree
Special Collaborator PSIKE Team & Band Submissions

4 stars With 'The Other Life' ARGUS from Germany are offering an enchanting new Canterbury tinged production in 2021. A few years ago I've paid a lot of attention to their first two albums, but lost track to this band a bit after that. Anyway, at first let me emphasize that they still are able to hold the level high after more than 10 years. Enrico Florczak is missing in the line up now, for what reason ever. But with Ákos Bogáti-Bokor they actually are having another multi-instrumentalist aboard as a valuable substitute. ARGOS are delivering a more gentle atmosphere in general. Technically seen there's nothing to be desired. The compositions are well thought out. You will immediately recognize, here we have an experienced combo in action. It sounds rounded definitely, rough edges are not really intended it seems. Hereby the varied use of guitars and keyboards is mandatory.

And it's nice to notice Marek Arnold participating, due to some saxophone contributions on this occasion. Finally the vocals are offering a proper service again. Provided by Thomas Klarmann and Robert Gozon their charming singing voices are including nuances of Richard Sinclair and Peter Hammill, unsurprisingly, nearly as expected. Almost forbidden, but I would like to note two tracks especially anyhow. The Shall See Hotel definitely rocks the party, very nice guitar solos included. And I love the touching semi-acoustic ballad The Library Of The Future which closes the album. This production is intensively inspired by the likes of Caravan again. Sound-wise other references might also be bands such as I Am The Manic Whale or Needlepoint in some way. A very solid album, deserving four out of five stars in the end.

 Unidentified Dying Objects by ARGOS album cover Studio Album, 2018
3.90 | 117 ratings

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Unidentified Dying Objects
Argos Neo-Prog

Review by Aussie-Byrd-Brother
Special Collaborator Rock Progressivo Italiano Team

4 stars It wouldn't be enough for German band Argos, formed by multi-instrumentalist Thomas Klarmann almost fifteen years ago, to merely ape the classic Seventies Genesis formula that so many symphonic and Neo Prog acts do. Argos go those extra steps further by properly embracing the storytelling flair and rich characters present in the words of that legendary group, and they're also not afraid to get a little loopy! A truly schizophrenic approach is laced to so much of their fifth album, 2018's `Unidentified Dying Objects', and the group take a retro symphonic sound and firmly root it in a modern setting (with a large dose of Canterbury jazz and inspiration from Van der Graaf Generator), with a wide range of rich vocal-driven passages in perfect unison with colourful instrumental journeys.

Opener `The Hunters Last Stand' unveils plenty of drama and urgency throughout its evocative storytelling lyrics, delivered with charismatic effect by way of Robert Gozon's commanding Peter Hammill/Peter Gabriel-esque croon. The band apply no shortage of reprising Hammond organ purrs and crisp electric guitar themes throughout, and The Tangent's keyboard player extraordinaire Andy Tillison plys slathers on all sorts of synth colour in some extended up-tempo instrumental sprints in the latter half. The infectious `Parade of Unpainted Dreams' has a sprightly Caravan-like spring in its playful step, a cheerful Canterbury-esque breeziness to its sparkling electric piano and lightly chugging guitars, and `Beneath The Valley Of Sleep' adds darker jazz textures and uneasy slinking grooves to its dream-like words.

There's a gently unnerving kookiness to `The Days Of Perky Pat' that lyrically captures the same comical imagery with darker edges as something like Genesis' `Return of the Giant Hogweed', and `Shockheaded Peter' has a similarly clipping spring in its step to the title track of their `A Trick of the Tail' LP from '76 without being simple imitation `Still Fighting Gravity' is predominantly an instrumental (save for a brief surreal vocal passage in the final moments) of creaky Mellotron, tastily gnarling guitars and fancy flute, and some electric piano tinkling, lively sax and fuzzy organs call to mind the Soft Machine. `Elsewhere' is then an elegant yet insistent ballad that will greatly appeal to fans of crossover-symph band Big Big Train.

Most prog albums should have a lengthy epic, and the near-nineteen minute, eight-part `When The Tide Comes In' not only doesn't disappoint. It's a broad mix of doomed gothic sophistication, reflective piano breaks, wild guitar aggression of heavier churning bursts and tranquil jazz interludes, and a science-fiction-themed deadly serious narration throughout is hilariously comedic! But it's the equally whimsical and dirty sax soloing, and Robert's embracing of his Hammill-esque demented superior snarl that will greatly appeal to Van der Graaf Generator fans - and miraculously the piece holds together with a cohesion and consistent flow.

It's perhaps not as instantly accessible as a great many parts of their superb previous disc `A Seasonal Affair', but that more obvious and immediately melodic approach has been replaced by a hugely satisfying depth, a complexity to little details and a daring unpredictability, making the album truly a case of musical split-personality! Add in alluring vocals, diverse instrumentation from some supremely skilled musicians and ambitious arrangements, and everything together contributes to `Unidentified Dying Objects' being Argos' defining musical masterwork to date.

Four stars - and bonus points for Bernd Webler's stunning artwork.

 Unidentified Dying Objects by ARGOS album cover Studio Album, 2018
3.90 | 117 ratings

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Unidentified Dying Objects
Argos Neo-Prog

Review by kev rowland
Special Collaborator Honorary Reviewer

4 stars When I first typed in the album title I wrote 'Unidentified Frying Objects' by accident, but thought it didn't really look right which is a shame, as that additional element of humour would have fitted in really well with an album that in many ways is quintessentially English. The band was originally conceived as a solo project by Thomas Klarmann, whose passion for progressive music was reignited on discovering the new progressive movement in the 1990s spearheaded by acts such Spock's Beard and The Flower Kings. In partnership with vocalist and keyboards player Robert Gozon, Superdrama was formed, with drummer Ulf Jacobs offering his services after hearing the duo's work on Myspace. The new trio, now called Argos, signed to Musea in 2008, releasing their eponymous debut album the following years

Their second album 'Circles' (2010) added guitarist and producer Rico Florczak to expand their sound, followed by 'Cruel Symmetry' in 2012, and the highly-acclaimed 'A Seasonal Affair' (2015) featuring guest talents Andy Tillison and Marek Arnold. The band also began performing live, including making a much-lauded appearance at the Summer's End festival in 2014. Both Andy and Marek are back on this album as guests, along with Linus K'se (alto saxophone) and Johannes Steinbronn (trumpet). The guests bring in additional textures and styles into an album which in many ways is a quite unique blend of Canterbury scene influences and contemporary progressive rock. In some ways it is as of classic Caravan is mixing it up with 'Trespass'- era Genesis, but then bringing in Spock's Beard and IQ. Although I felt that their last album was somewhat disjointed and forced, this has a far easier flow to it, almost as if with their fifth studio album they have decided to relax into what they are doing, and the album is all the better for it. Modern, with a very retro twist indeed, this album is mixing together elements and styles from the prog scene decades apart, and shows just what can be achieved when it is done with care.

 Unidentified Dying Objects by ARGOS album cover Studio Album, 2018
3.90 | 117 ratings

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Unidentified Dying Objects
Argos Neo-Prog

Review by Warthur
Prog Reviewer

4 stars The last Argos album I experienced was Circles, a solid listen on which the band demonstrated a mastery of a diverse range of progressive sounds. On Unidentified Dying Objects, however, they have completed an evolution in a particular direction. On the one hand, it's a highly Genesis-imitating direction which we've heard before - but on the plus side they're really, really good at it, showing a knack for the particular theatrical style of Genesis which few imitators have been able to muster. Drawing on a wide range of subject matter, the band take us on a journey which finds Thomas Klarmann's contributions on vocals and flute and his synth playing (along with fellow keyboardist Thilo Brauss) to be especially important.
 Unidentified Dying Objects by ARGOS album cover Studio Album, 2018
3.90 | 117 ratings

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Unidentified Dying Objects
Argos Neo-Prog

Review by Squire Jaco

4 stars For a prog band from Germany, ARGOS sounds awfully British. Or wonderfully British...

This is one of my favorite bands of the modern prog era, consistently producing high-quality progressive albums full of emotion, great storytelling, a high level of musicianship all around, and inventive melodies. The CD package for "Unidentified Dying Objects" also contains great artwork, which is another consistent trait of their albums.

I think I still rate their previous album "A Seasonal Affair" just slightly better than this one. But if you can imagine VDGG playing songs with similitudes to Genesis, Gentle Giant and later-period Beatles(!) in an occasionally Canterbury-ish way, you'll get a bit of an idea of how this album sounds overall. The lead singer has a voice very similar to Peter Hammill, but avoids the strained vocals that Hammill occasionally visits. The drums are active and interesting without being overpowering; the keyboards are great, and the frequent use of organ lends itself to the VDGG comparisons again; you get plenty of meaty bass playing in the style that Chris Squire pioneered; some nice tastes of flute, sax and trumpet sprinkled in; but you can't (or I can't) have a truly great prog album without really fine guitar playing, and it is absolutely outstanding on this album.

This band does not have a bad album in their catalog. I daresay they've never recorded any bad songs. "Unidentified Dying Objects" is one more great addition to their oeuvre.

I'm going 4.5 stars on this one.

 A Seasonal Affair by ARGOS album cover Studio Album, 2015
3.66 | 97 ratings

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A Seasonal Affair
Argos Neo-Prog

Review by maryes

4 stars In my opinion the fourth album from ARGOS "A Seasonal Affair" is their best work. In fact none of their previous albums "had fallen" my taste (my maximum quotation would have been 3 stars ) , I know this is a controversy, once that all of them are musically very seemed. Maybe is due which in this one the "construction" of all tracks sounds more pleasant to me . In the previous albums - in spite the same influences GENESIS , GENTLE GIANT a bit of VDGG - the audition make me little bored. The album have some very good moments as for instance track 2 "Divergence" with a "meeting" of GG with hard rock beat. Track 5 "Lifeboats" and his "bucolic" opening theme and some GENESIS "pinch" (mainly in vocals). Track 4 "Siler and Gold" another GG strongly influence and some FRIPP's guitar style ( one of these starting 0:30 sec and again at 1 min 56 sec ) . The best track in my opinion is track 6 "Not in Ths Picture" with a graceful introduction with acoustic guitar and banjo ( or something like that) some mellotron moments a bluegrass theme and great arrangements for all instruments, in sume a perfect track !!! My rate is 4 stars !!!
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