Inherit The Stars – Beyond The Beacons EP

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There is no denying that UK band Inherit The Stars is growing into one seriously compelling and impressive band, but it always helps to be forcibly reminded with releases like Beyond The Beacons. The band’s second EP, it is a gripping slab of melodic and voracious metal aligned to tenacious rock and electronic enterprise. It never gives ears a moment of dull peace or expectations the chance to stake a claim, persistently providing a strikingly diverse and flavoursome incitement. It is not without a few elements which do not quite find the same heights of persuasion as others if we are being picky, but Beyond The Beacons ultimately only grips the imagination and passions whilst reinforcing Inherit The Stars As one of Britain’s brightest prospects.

Hailing from Sheffield, the quartet of vocalist Daniel Jeffery, guitarist Chris Brayshaw, bassist Lewis Wild, and drummer Theo Egginton, have earned a potent reputation for their live performances and sound which has been more than backed up by their first EP and debut album Were Made to Walk the Skies. Both were infested with songs which showed inventive songwriting and vivaciously entwined and diverse essences. Beyond The Beacons is no different yet it seems to have a buoyancy and tenacity which moves the creativity and raw power of Inherit The Stars on to greater heights. The press release with the EP suggests that it brings “the potency of While She Sleeps to the electronic wizardry of Enter Shikari and the melodic fluency of Fightstar,” something hard to go against but there is plenty more which only enthrals and excites.

Latest single Still Alive sets the drama of the release off, though its opening caress of keys does not give a real sense of the raw power to come. It is a potent if unsurprising lure, but only around 946070_788663894538370_8391905149813282513_nfor a few seconds before a gripping rugged groove binds riffs and rhythms for an imposing tempting. It too is a mere breath in the emergence of the song, it sinking into a relaxed embrace as Jeffrey’s tones begin their narrative whilst crystalline melodies wrap the senses. There is always a sense of drama and impending intensity flirting with ears though, its expulsion through additional vocal roars and predatory riffs an intriguing and pleasing counter to the smouldering elegance elsewhere. Every movement of the track enthrals, vocally Jeffrey persistently impressing whilst the spicy craft of Brayshaw is a constant inventive enticing backed by the predatory rhythmic skills of Wild and Egginton. The electronic elements become more pronounced towards the song’s climax too, adding another hue to the fiery blaze of the encounter.

The impressive start is followed by the similarly radiant presence of Flaws, keys again making the initial colour of the developing scenery. Clean and blistering growls switch and entwine as the song grows, the former it has to be said where Jeffrey especially shines, whilst keys continue with their melodic dance and expression within the expanding tempestuous climate of the encounter. Post hardcore seeded, the track is at its best when the band erupts with their additional vocals for an anthemic incitement matched by the thick enticing of the vocals. The track does fail to reach the heights of its predecessor but keeps ears and attention bound with total ease before making way for the hellacious fury of Exit Plan. The third track brawls with and spills animosity over ears from its first breath, aggressive rhythms and raging riffs emulated by raw vocals. Within the turbulence though, tangy grooves flirt with venomous intent before the track spreads its imagination with electronic spicing and another blaze of contagious vocals. Like a mix of Dead Til Friday and Collisions, the track is a simultaneously brutal and seductive romance for senses and emotions, and another lofty peak on the increasingly striking release.

Better Than This rumbles and soars in equal measure next, the song one which also does not hit surrounding heights yet with its weave of electro and sinew encased melodic invention provides a tapestry which is a constant provocateur. The difference between the song and those it is sandwiched between is marginal, just personal tastes adding their commentary for the main, and it is fair to say that Better Than This only adds to the adventure and raw potency of the release, a success given another shot of thrilling quality by the closing On Our Own. The track is simply outstanding, the best of the EP revealing yet more of the skills and imaginative resourcefulness of the band. As pop as it is muscularly anthemic and as imposing as it is melodically and harmonically poetic, the track is the tour-de-force of the EP, easily the next single to awaken attention in newcomers.

Inherit The Stars was already talked of as one of the most promising bands to emerge in recent years on the UK scene but Beyond The Beacons more than suggests that the band has arrived, though still with further potential and depths to be tapped. A prospect hard to keep anticipation and expectations grounded for.

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UK ROCKSTERS INHERIT THE STARS NATIONALLY RELEASE NEW VIDEO FROM THEIR LATEST EP!

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By pulling from a range of areas, from the potency of While She Sleeps to the electronic wizardry of Enter Shikari and the melodic fluency of Fightstar, unstoppable and hard hitting UK rock quartet Inherit The Stars are on the rise and set loose their new video single ‘Still Alive’ , a blistering track taken from their new EP ‘Beyond The Beacons’.

 Check it out @ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xri4SVeOnno

With an innovative style that’s entirely their own, Inherit The Stars are at the head of the line for the new breed of bands that are rising from the depths of the Sheffield music scene. They bring together memorable guitar riffs, a symphony of strings, drums like a thunderstorm and extra-terrestrial synths, creating a force of sound that grips your ears and demands that you sit up and listen.

Unlike many of their counterparts, Inherit The Stars refuse to be tied down to one genre of music. On both their debut album and their new EP, ‘Beyond The Beacons’, edgy metal cuts stand side by side with classic pop; all facets of the band’s impressive sound are written and recorded with dedicated craftsmanship and genuine guile. The foursome are diverse, yet their songs still carry that unique and signature quality that clearly resonates throughout each track.

Inherit The Stars are now primed to step up with the release of their new EP and spanking new single ‘Still Alive’. The cut is a buoyant slab of modern melodic metal and fuses inventive dynamism with a gargantuan hook. Look out as the band play throughout the country; Inherit The Stars have arrived.

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Through Colour – Somnium

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The first of a concept-based 2 EP release, Somnium is a potent and passionate release from a band who after many years of making good impressions, has seemingly come to that point where impressions have become strong recognition. The five track release from UK rock/pop band Through Colour is a striking and accomplished introduction, though also one which only fleetingly ignites real fire in the passions for its undoubted impressive songwriting and excellent delivery. There is very little to hold up against the release, if anything at all but there is just a lack of that extra spark to make a lingering heart erupting declaration.

Nevertheless Somnium is a formidable release from a band which formed in 2004 in North Wales. Initially called My Turn To Kill until 2009 when they felt a change was needed to suit their style and evolution of sound, Through Colour next released the well-received debut mini album, Dream In Black And White which was recorded with Romesh Dodangoda. Its success and shows alongside the likes of Enter Shikari, Fightstar, We Are The Ocean, and The Misfits only added to the stock of the band. Then in 2011 the Manchester based quintet took a break to work on new songs but now the line-up of vocalist Steve White, guitarists Lee Crimes and Jazzy Bones, bassist Kieran Joyce, and drummer Shaun Humphreys return with Somnium, a release sure to bring further stature and awareness to their potent sound and songwriting.

Opener Daydream immediately takes attention by the hand and carries it and emotions on a vibrant dance of heart bred adventure and20212_10151367174122185_1827981421_n melodic colour. Instantly pleasing with a fresh breath which is coated in the kind of anthemic lure which is impossible to ignore let alone resist, the song thrusts jangly riffs and strong vocals through the ear from its opening second. The temptation is elevated with the fiery chorus and subsequent almost teasing twist before the verse, the rhythmic juggling especially impressive within the strong wind of sonic expertise and lingering hooks. The track makes a stirring start and remains the major pinnacle of the release despite the valiant efforts of the other songs.  Lyrically it has a passion to match the vocals and music, all combining for an infectiously memorable and deeply satisfying entrance into the EP.

The following Lost takes a gentler caress to the ear to open its account, the excellent vocal style and tone of White again a compelling inducement. Into its stride the tugging on the emotions is brought on a more restrained gait compared to its predecessor but one with plenty of sinew sculpted energy and eagerness whilst the rhythms of Humphreys cast a muscular and pleasing frame to the guitar scythes and melodic persuasion. A slow burner of a song in many ways it is a good confirmation of the promise oozing from the opener if without finding the heights of the first song.

Both Ink and Broken hold a seemingly personal aspect, certainly taking the potency and strength of the emotive tone on White’s delivery, and feel linked, not as a two part offering but in tone and emotion. The first is an absorbing encounter, the keys and vocal harmonies delicious hues to the provocative canvas of the track though there are elements which sound too familiar for comfort but from an unrecognisable source to be fair. It makes for a song which ebbs and flows in the passions though like the previous track it is one which makes a stronger call and suasion the more you share its colourful flight. The second of the two tantalises with riveting rhythms and again the excellent harmonies the band bring to their songs so skilfully and effectively. Once more it is a song which at times is pure scintillating mesmerism and in other moments finding things to annoyingly feed expectations. Nevertheless it is an excellent track which like the rest shower the ear and thoughts with a wave of promise and adventure which makes the future of the band one to anticipate hungrily.

The closing Till The End is the weakest on the release but yet again has plenty to feed an awoken appetite for the band. The orchestral embrace of the song makes for a dramatic but thoughtful presence whilst the evocative wash of the song is a magnetic caress but ultimately the track in comparisons to the rest of the EP is lacking the trigger to bring the imagination and emotions to the boil.

Somnium is a fine collection of songs though and a companion which leaves a healthy intrigue and intent towards its forthcoming companion EP. Through Colour has the craft and sound to make big waves in UK rock pop, they just need that final fuse or trigger to make it a long term enthralling one.

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8/10

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faltered – Fortune Favours

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Not for the first time it seems this year, we are offering a comparison for an emerging band to one of the UK’s finest aggressive rock bands Reuben. Sadly no more, though as so many we still have dreams of that to be reunited announcement, it seems the Surrey trio is inciting and influencing more and more new bands. Northern Wales alternative rock duo faltered is another appearing to reap those seeds for their own distinctive and adventurous idea. Consisting of brothers Daniel (guitars, vocals) and Conor Cahalane (drums, percussion, lead vocals), the band release their new mini-album Fortune Favours September 2nd, a collection of songs which challenge, tease, and at times disappoint, but all come with a depth of promise and imagination which leaves you recruited to and eager to watch their evolution and future creations.

Taking inspirations from the likes of Biffy Clyro, Muse, Hundred Reasons, Vex Red, Fightstar, of course Reuben and more, the pair from deciding to form a band took little time in moving forward by rehearsing, writing, and releasing their debut EP Victorian Post Mortem Photography last year. With its full of promise presence well received as also have been their live performances, a growing fan base was instigated as they began working on new songs which have emerged as Fortune Favours. It is a release which is guaranteed to grab attention, yes it has flaws, some loud in the ear, but there is never a moment that you want slip away quietly from its offering or lose focus.

Opening instrumental Leave It Out makes a potent entrance, crisp beats soon joined by a funk drenched dance of guitar and throaty Faltered-Cover Artworkbass before it is all intensified with a blaze of sinew driven energy and adventure. Courting the senses with its swagger the piece is a magnetic lure to the album and immediately shows the prowess and skill of faltered in creating imaginative and addictive sounds. It’s relatively gentle temptation is then pushed aside by the muscular Fortune Favours The Needy. Again drums lead in the charge with discord lit almost post punk like slashes of guitar and noise rock rapaciousness assaulting the ear. Instantly thoughts of Reuben make their call but the brothers then keep the listener off guard by slipping into a melodic alternative rock restraint which they swiftly shift between and entwine into a pleasing and intriguing emotive narrative. It makes for a strong and rewarding start to the album which has the appetite hungry for the next song.

Worth The Wait coaxes the ear with guitar before expelling a blaze of sonic and acidic might which again only reminds of the previously mention now demised band. With the guitars raising the temperature of the air and the rhythms caging song and thoughts in a provocative mesh, the track is an exciting and perpetually twisting persuasion expanding the already strong pleasure reaped so far.

The following Pulled Over emerges as an intensive emotive reflection which without reaching the heights of the previous songs inspires ear and imagination to embrace its temptation hungrily. Slow tender wraps of melodic caresses intermittently punctuated with hard strikes of rhythmic prodding and scything riffs make a full suasion which is lifted further when the song slips into a delicious reined in stomp which is ingenious and irresistible before subsequently unleashing another furnace of emotional and sonic intensity. Unfortunately for the track to temper its success there are moments where barely hinted at previously, the vocals go astray at times with their notes and quality. The continual changes and erupting fire of sound for the main prevents any real damage but it is a portent of things to come on the album.

     Please Don’t Take This The Wrong Way makes a dramatic and stunning entrance to emphasise the rich talent in songwriting and sound the band has. The almost eighties like, think ABC, guitars are met hand in hand buy a glorious sax croon which takes mere seconds to spark the passions before merging with towering riffs and rhythms. Settling into smouldering intent and melodic warmth with invention and refined enterprise, the song musically paints a colour rich evocation though the vocals again strain against their limits a little. Another good romp of a stroll breaks out to energise things for the fiery finale which simultaneously thrills and deflates appreciation.

Its successor If This Is A Joke Then I’m Not Laughing is another strong moment on the album; caustic guitar swipes and cantankerous riffs initially scorching the senses before a jazzy breath creates another eager vaunt. Once more you think Reuben though as ever faltered twist it into their potent style. The song is an abrasive treat which leaps around with numerous turns and unpredictability but still at times those vocals rub the ear the wrong way, which is openly a problem in the closing Thanks A Million. A soft rock bred track with pressuring intensity giving it depth from the start, the song musically is another accomplished draw on the ear but vocally…well let us just say that the guys seem in a constant quarrel with their notes and the listener’s satisfaction. It is a shame as the song has like the others, the charm and persuasion to light the passions especially with the wonderful addition of strings.

It is hard to resist suggesting the band looks at bringing in a dedicated vocalist and concentrating on the music, which already they are making very impressive waves with. Despite that it has to be said Fortune Favours makes for an enjoyable encounter with some moments of massive quality and incredible promise, so much so that keeping a close eye on faltered is a definite.

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7/10

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Reaper In Sicily – Islands

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Listening to the debut album from Reaper In Sicily who cannot help wondering and going as far to suggest that the band has all the ability and creative strength to become Britain’s alternative to Billy Talent. Apart from strong whispers of the Canadians in sound across a lot of Islands, the quintet also has the same skill and invention in landing a mighty punch with their sound whilst seducing with melodic imagination and inciting the passions with anthemic crafted vocals and hooks. The ten track album is excellent, exceeding the promise earlier single Horizons suggested and setting the Aberdare band as one of the most exciting and promising emerging rock bands.

Reaper in Sicily began in 2009 and with a sound which has been compared to the likes of The Blackout and Rise Against and a potent and lively live show, soon became the winners of the unsigned live act in Kerrang! Magazine. Their debut single We Are The Show garnered strong responses and widespread play on TV and radio across the UK but then in 2010 guitarist Matthew Jenkins diagnosed with leukaemia taking the band on hiatus until he was able to return, which thankfully he did later the same year. Two EPs swiftly followed to continue the rise of the band as well as successful appearances at both the Reading and Leeds festivals and supporting and playing alongside the likes of Kids In Glass Houses, The Subways, Max Raptor, Attack! Attack!, Mallory Knox, Hawthorne Heights, Fightstar, The Xcerts, Straight Lines, I Spy Strangers, Evarosa, Hildamay and many more. Islands was recorded in the closing weeks of 2012 with Romesh Dodangoda (Funeral For A Friend, Kids In Glass Houses) and as mentioned the release of Horizons set up a urgent anticipation for its debut though even that hunger we would suggest did not expect such an impressive encounter.

The Prisoner sets things ablaze with dawning caresses of guitar before shrugging off any restraint to open up sinews and melodic Reaper In Sicily Album Cover Artworkpersuasion framed and veined by the firm hand of drummer Damon Miles’ beats and the rumbling tones of the bass of Mike Evans. With energy flowing freely and attention fully captured the guitars of Jenkins and Jonny Chappell carve a distinct and captivating character to the song whilst the excellent expressive tones of vocalist Rhys Bernardo drive the ride with slight squalls within his enticing delivery. The song is an immediate draw which without lighting the same depth of fire as following songs, sets the listener up to eagerly embrace what is to come.

The following 50 raises the bar again with muscular riffs and strongly beckoning grooves casting their temptation over senses and passions. The tight craft and melodic enterprise reminds of bands such as The Blackout and even Avenged Sevenfold whilst the punk snarl edges things with hardcore confrontation. Once it makes way for Down But Not Out it finds itself outplayed whilst the album continues to get better and better. The third song builds on the base of its predecessor to expel even stronger scowling venom and caustic winds within ridiculously infectious enterprise and sounds. Into its stride the track takes its recipient on a riotous dance with moments of bruising attitude and exhausting passion which again cements and accelerates the growing presence and promise.

The single Horizon still impresses as it did on its unveiling, thumping rhythms alongside the thick tones of the bass wrapped in fiery guitar washes thrilling whilst Bernardo lights another emotive heat to engage and entice things further, whilst the likes of Old Dogs and the title track romp and emotively stroll respectively to weave continuing creative textures and calls before thought and heart. It has to be said that there is a similarity to the surface sound of many of the songs but with the invention beneath and accomplished polish of its shine it is not an issue and will evolve out ahead as the band mature.

The tail of the album is its most impressive as Islands continues to get even stronger song by song. Sunnydale Sucks encloses the ear with addict forming riffs and a varied bluster of vocals, coarse and melodic, which enslave the imagination whilst the guitars bound it all in sonic teasing to set richer flames in their fire. Then Boys Will Be Boys comes in to steal top honours with its furnace of passionate vocals, virulent melodic contagion, and energetic imagination, every second a bouncing and incendiary companion uniting for a fervour crafted triumph.  Those Billy Talent references are at their most inviting at this point of the album with both The Catalina Wine Mixer and the closing Chuck Norris Got A Chainsaw making their thrilling interpretations. Both songs leave a breathless appetite rife which immediately snatches at the play button to enjoy the outstanding album all over again at their completion.

Islands should and will be a trigger to an unbridled new sea of attention and acclaim for Reaper In Sicily and it will be all deserved we can assure you. Check out the album and remove any doubts the very best way.

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8.5/10

RingMaster 10/06/2013

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Reaper In Sicily: Horizons

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    Combining powerful and contagious energy with intensive melodies and squalling passion, the new single from UK rock band Reaper In Sicily is a potent lure to their debut album Islands due for release in June. The album has been the focus of strong anticipation and the first single from it, Horizons certainly does nothing but cement the strength of expectations and intrigue for what it will unleash.

Formed in 2009, the Aberdare quintet took no time in making a mark, the band winning the best unsigned live act award in Kerrang! Magazine. With a sound which has been compared to the likes of The Blackout and Rise Against, their first acclaimed single We Are The Show received strong radio play and its video good TV exposure. Unfortunately in 2010 guitarist Matthew Jenkins was Reaper In Sicily Single Cover Artworkdiagnosed with leukaemia so the band went on a hiatus until he was well enough to re-join and play with them again. On their return they lit up the Reading and Leeds festivals with impressive performances and continued their growing stature with the Eden EP. This was followed with equal success by the Chapters EP and extensive tours around the UK with bands such as Kids In Glass Houses, The Subways, Max Raptor, Attack! Attack!, Mallory Knox, Hawthorne Heights, Fightstar, The Xcerts, Straight Lines, I Spy Strangers, Evarosa, and Hildamay. The end of 2012 saw Reaper In Sicily enter the studio with Romesh Dodangoda (Funeral For A Friend, Kids In Glass Houses) to record Islands with Horizons the first striking piece of enticement.

The single takes mere seconds in filling the ear with thumping rhythms from drummer Damon Miles accompanied by the thick tones from the bass of Mike Evans. This potent core is wrapped in fiery guitar coaxing from Jonny Chappell and Jenkins their instinctive sounds caressing and provoking in equal measure. With the expressive vocals of Rhys John Bernardo bringing their emotive lilt to the enticing encounter, there is a continual strength of variety and passion to the song which alongside the thoughtful songwriting, enthralling weave of inventive, and emotionally heated sounds ensures a full engagement with its heart and inviting surface.

The song is catchy without being obvious and intensive without losing its melodic fluidity and richness. Arguably the song also lacks a truly distinct voice to step far from other similarly forged bands but such its strength and imaginative intent it is right now certainly not an issue. Most importantly the fine song leaves no option but to investigate Islands upon its release and keeps the rise of Reaper In Sicily boiling nicely.

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7.5/10

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Come The Spring: Seven For A Secret

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    Seven For A Secret is the debut release from UK band Come The Spring, a six track mini-album which openly ripples with enterprise. It is a release to which recognition of its potency and accomplished craft in songwriting and sound is easy to state but despite all its strengths there is a feeling of lost opportunity with the band failing to ignite any strong passions with its presence.

Hailing from Brighton, Come The Spring has drawn plenty of attention and fervour towards themselves since forming in the middle of 2012. With members who have the strong experiences of being in bands like Rydell and My So Called Life previously, and also sharing stages with the likes of Hot Water Music, Greenday, Nofx, Texas is the Reason, and Braid, the quintet hit the ground running and soon drew the attention of Engineer Records who release this their debut. Musically the band craft a sound which is rich in the essences of bands such as Hot Water Music, Fightstar, The Gaslight Anthem and more, that possibly the reason the release did not ignite the fires inside which one was expecting considering the brewing excitement around the band, their sound having a too strong a similarity to others.

Conditions opens things up strongly with its initial sonic embrace soon joined by firm beats and an eager wash of striking guitar comethespringcaresses. As the rich and expressive vocals make their presence known, an infectious hook veins the track to help ensure the song is a lingering pleasure. Into its stride the melodic flames of the guitar and rich tones of the bass standout along with the vocals to enthral and satisfy making an impressive and promising start to the release.

The following Northern Star contrasts the keen energy of its predecessor with a restrained and emotive gait. It is a gentle encounter with a certain passion which brings crescendos within the expressive breath of the song. The bass with its melancholic and exhilarating downcast voice steers the stormy atmosphere and reflection of song and its heart into a compelling company for ear and thoughts. As its moves towards its climax, the song shifts and raises the heat with good variety and invention and across its length evolves into a magnetic long-term treat.

The following Patching the Cracks Doesn’t Make it Foolproof and Readbeforeyouwatch both offer capturing elements which entice and infect the passions but equally neither can sustain the effect as they employ familiar underwhelming loud whispers to wrap around the stirring moments. Despite that the two tracks do hold attention and thoughts firmly in their grasp during their company and it is only after that they disappear from view and memory too easily for the fullest of satisfaction. Again as in all songs, they do not leave the listener short on skilled musicianship and passionate songwriting and again help to breed a strong sense and promise that the band is moving on to major things and releases in the future.

      The State isn’t Important as Long as we’re One is the weakest song on the release, a track which passes by without inspiring any real reaction though again it is sculpted and presented impressively and makes a decent enough lead in to the excellent closer Statues. On military driven drum recruitment and angular guitar riffs the song strikes up sparks of real pleasure with its contagious energy and melodic beckoning and ensures as it began that the album ends on a high.

Come The Spring seems to be tagged as post hardcore but stand more as a melodic punk/alternative rock band, though they do recruit other strong flavours to their creative cause. Seven For A Secret is an appealing debut from a band which you can only see unleashing some very notable releases ahead. This album is not quite one itself but for an introduction easily inspires the wish to keenly investigate future efforts whilst in the now makes for an enjoyable to spend your time.

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6.5/10

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