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Justin Moore Releases Brand New Song “With A Woman You Love”

Justin Moore’s new song, “With A Woman You Love” is out today, October 1st, on all streaming platforms. Learn more about the brand new track below.

On the heels of his tenth number one single, “We Didn’t Have Much,” Justin Moore returns with a brand new song. Today, the singer-songwriter drops a fun-loving and romantic song titled “With A Woman You Love.”

In true-blue, Moore fashion, the singer shows off his country twang and his passion for music. “With A Woman You Love” is a song all about everything being better and changing when you have a lady by your side. There is something about the old-adage and theme in country music that will always make us swoon. Moore does a great job delivering the track in a fresh and innovative way. Not to mention, the song is definitely primed for the stage.

“With a woman you love, you’ll get home at a decent hour // Don’t need to look no more // Because you finally found her // But forever jusst ain’t long enough with a woman you love”

Moore speaks directly to all the men who think they are “too manly” or a little bit too wild to do the little things for your girl, like holding her bag. He declares that this all changes, when you are with a woman you love. We think he is right! Listen to the brand new track below.

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Justin Moore’s new song “With A Woman You Love” is out now, October 1st.

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news and announcements about future Justin Moore releases.

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“With A Woman You Love” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Justin Moore Scores 10th Number One Hit with “We Didn’t Have Much”

Justin Moore scores his 10th number one hit with “We Didn’t Have Much.” The song marks his third consecutive chart-topper.

Over the course of his career, Justin Moore has remained a prominent figure in country music. The singer achieved his first number-one single back in 2009 with “Small Town USA.” Now, Moore and his fans can celebrate his tenth number-one single! “We Didn’t Have Much” is officially the number one song on the country charts.

Off his latest record Straight Outta The Country, “We Didn’t Have Much” is a standout track. The song is all about the nostalgia for simpler days and a simpler place. The timing for the song to reach the top of the charts is almost as perfect as the lyrics. “We Didn’t Have Much” is the third consecutive single of Moore’s to go number one. Both the poignant “The One’s That Didn’t Make It Back Home” and “Why We Drink” also found their way to the top.

“There was dirt on daddy’s clothes // From putting the bacon on mama’s stove // Dog barking in the yard cat a truck we didn’t know // All we had was us // And had a little bitty house and a lotta love // We had it all when we didn’t have much”

The song will always remind us to rejoice in the simple moments in love. Congrats to Moore and his team for another hit! “We Didn’t Have Much” is one of his best songs to date.

Join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about future Justin Moore announcements and releases.

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“We Didn’t Have Much” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’  playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Justin Moore: ‘Straight Outta The Country’ – Album Review

Justin Moore’s new album, Straight Outta The Country, is available now, April 23rd, on all streaming platforms. With 8 new tracks, take a look below as we dig a little deeper into the new music in our First Impression review.

Justin Moore has always toed the line between traditional and modern country perfectly. With hits like “If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away” and “Small Town USA” under his oft-oversized belt buckle, Moore has managed to always stay true to his sound. Yet, while staying true to himself, he manages to continuously release music that sounds contemporary with a classic twist. This is the case on his new album, Straight Outta the Country, out today, April 23.

The album opens with “Hearing Things,” an ode to living in the city and missing the greener grass of country life. Written by Rhett Akins, Kelly Archer, and Chris Stevens, the song is fitting for a New York-dwelling country music fan, as we can relate to Moore and his remarks that he can “hear honking horns from the 21st floor,” and thinks he’s going crazy hearing the sounds of his country life. “I think I’m going crazy // Hearing things in my head like // Truck tires rolling on a gravel road // AM static on the radio // Pine trees swinging and singing when the wind blows,” Moore drawls. “I swear I’m hearing things like // Muddy water rippling on the riverbank // The lonesome whistle of a midnight train // Sounds crazy I know // But I’m hearing things // And they’re calling me home.”

The album’s lead single “We Didn’t Have Much” appears two times on the album, as both a full band and an acoustic track. While the former is currently climbing the charts at county radio, it’s the latter that allows the stellar lyrical content to shine. Co-written by Paul DiGiovanni, Randy Montana, and Jeremy Stover, “We Didn’t Have Much” also brings about nostalgia for simpler days and a simpler place. “There was dirt on Daddy’s clothes // From putting that bacon on momma’s stove // Dog barking in the yard at a truck we don’t know,” Moore recalls. “All we had was us // That little bitty house and a lotta love // We had it all when we didn’t have much.”

While Moore can hold his own on an up-tempo, he shines on the slower and sentimental tracks, including “You Keep Getting Me Drunk” and “More Than Me.” The latter is a beautiful love letter of a song, co-written by Moore, DiGiovanni, Chase McGill, and Stover, to Moore’s children. On the heartfelt track, he tells of all the things he wishes for his children. “I hope you love // I hope you hit your knees // Hope you get to see the hometown team win // A little more than me,” He sings. “I know the world’s gonna think the world of you // But I swear on the stars above you // No one’s gonna love you // More than me.”

On “You Keep Getting Me Drunk,” Moore shows his heartbroken side, drinking to dull the pain over his lost love. “How can I get over us when I can’t even sober up?” He asks, the song displays a clever twist of a breakup track, highlighted perfectly by Sarah Buxton’s impeccable background vocals.

The album’s title track is a heavier Moore than we’re used to, driving guitars filling the song. This is an anthem to country-living that we can easily see kicking off or closing out a Moore live show, leaving the audience clamoring for more Moore.

Overall, Justin Moore’s Straight Outta Country is a quintessential mix of modern and contemporary country, Moore’s small-town charm shining on tales of simpler times, country living, celebrating life, and lost love.

TRACKLIST:

  1. Hearing Things (Rhett Akins, Kelly Archer, Chris Stevens)
  2. Consecutive Days Alive (Casey Beathard, Monty Criswell, Jeremy Stover)
  3. We Didn’t Have Much (Paul DiGiovanni, Randy Montana, Jeremy Stover)
  4. She Ain’t Mine No More (Justin Moore, Paul DiGiovanni, Jamie Paulin, Jeremy Stover)
  5. More Than Me (Justin Moore, Paul DiGiovanni, Chase McGill, Jeremy Stover)
  6. Straight Outta The Country (Michael Hardy, Cam Montgomery, Josh Thompson)
  7. You Keep Getting Me Drunk (Rhett Akins, Kelly Archer, Paul DiGiovanni)
  8. We Didn’t Have Much – Acoustic (Paul DiGiovanni, Randy Montana, Jeremy Stover)

NYCS Picks:

  1. We Didn’t Have Much
  2. You Keep Getting Me Drunk
  3. Hearing Things

In addition to releasing music and touring, Moore has recently kicked off his own podcast, and upcoming guests include Travis Tritt, Dillon Carmichael, and more. Listen to The Justin Moore Podcast sponsored by Bobcat, here: https://JustinMoore.lnk.to/PodcastPR.

Justin Moore's new album, 'Straight Outta The Country' is available now, April 23rd

Justin Moore’s new album, ‘Straight Outta The Country’ is available now, April 23rd

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about future Justin Moore releases.

To keep up with Justin Moore, follow him on InstagramTwitter, and Facebook.

Straight Outta The Country is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

Justin Moore Announces Next Album and Releases New Song

Justin Moore announced his next album, Straight Outta The Country, due out April 23rd, and dropped a brand new song “She Ain’t Mine No More”. Take a look below as we dig a little deeper into the track.

Multi-platinum selling country singer Justin Moore just announced an eight-track collection titled Straight Outta The Country. The announcement comes on the heels of its lead single, “We Didn’t Have Much” climbing into the top 30 on the country music charts. It is a good day for Moore fans!

Moore returned to the stage over the weekend, performing a sold-out show at Billy Bob’s Texas, and will continue to tour through the summer and the fall. His set is slated to include 90-minutes of a mix of new music and some of everyone’s favorite classic Justin Moore hits. Fans can find tickets for future tour dates at: justinmooremusic.com/tour.

We only hope he will include his newest release “She Ain’t Mine No More” in the setlist. The new song is straight-up traditional country music, just what we want from Moore. It’s a relatable break-up song that we all need to hear. Moore shows off both his vocals and his songwriting ability on this heartbreaker.

“She ain’t mine no more // Done got her moving on, moving for sure // It’s clear as day and here tonight // Like a letting go long-gone neon sign // She ain’t mine no more // She ain’t walking back through my door // She ain’t drinking my wine or kissing my lips // And that dress ain’t hitting the floor // she ain’t mine no more”

If “She Ain’t Mine No More” is any inclination of what we can expect from the new project, we are all in for a real treat. The singer-songwriter knows who his audience is and proves that he is all about the fans! Pre-order for the full project is available across all streaming platforms now.

Justin Moore's next album, 'Straight Outta The Country' is due out April 23rd

Justin Moore’s next album, ‘Straight Outta The Country’ is due out April 23rd

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about future Justin Moore releases.

To keep up with Justin Moore, follow him on InstagramTwitter, and Facebook.

“She Ain’t Mine No More” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

Justin Moore Releases New Song “We Didn’t Have Much”

Justin Moore’s brand new song, “We Didn’t Have Much” is available now, October 9th on all streaming platforms following his September album release Live at the Ryman. Read more about the new track here.

After recently landing his ninth #1 single with “Why We Drink”, Justin Moore has released a brand new single almost directly following his Live at the Ryman album released September 25. “We Didn’t Have Much” focuses on all of those small yet meaningful treasures that prompt joy such as swimming holes, Sunday chicken, and the smell of coffee in the kitchen.

“I’m really excited to get ‘We Didn’t Have Much’ out to Country radio. It sounds different than any other song we’ve released to radio in my career,” Moore shares in a press release. “I think it’s a poignant lyric for this time in our lives also. 2020 has led my family and I to lead a more simple life than what we are accustomed to. This song speaks to the beauty in that simplicity.”

With magical guitar accompaniment that speaks to the nostalgia commonly considered in relation to the past, and childhood specifically, the production of this new track from Moore brings the listener back to those special moments in which we cherish and reflect on with a smile. Moments that weren’t significant at the time, though, with time, end up being greatly valued and acknowledged as such.

Justin Moore's "We Didn't Have Much" is out now

Justin Moore’s “We Didn’t Have Much” is available everywhere now

“There was dirt on daddy’s clothes / From putting that bacon on mama’s stove / Dog barking in the yard at a truck we don’t know / All we had was us / And that little bitty house and a lotta love / We had it all when we didn’t have much”

“We Didn’t Have Much”, written by Jeremy Stover, Randy Montana, and Paul DiGiovanni is the first single release of an entirely new project. A sixth-studio record from Moore is set to hit streaming platforms in 2021. Until then, anticipate this new chapter of music with the singer-songwriters tendency to paint a picture with words of “country traditionalism, vivid storytelling and signature Arkansas-bred twang”.

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about Justin Moore releases.

To keep up with Justin Moore, follow him on InstagramTwitter, and Facebook.

“We Didn’t Have Much” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recent releases on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

 

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The Hero Collection by NYCountry Swag is inspired by the men and women of the Fire, Police and Military Departments across the country. A portion of sales from each purchase is donated to different foundations that support our heroes. We are dedicated to honoring their service and remembering their sacrifice.

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Justin Moore & Tracy Lawrence Plot Out Late Nights and Longnecks Tour

Justin Moore Tracey Lawrence Tour

Just announced, Justin Moore and Tracy Lawrence are heading out on the Outback Presents Late Nights And Longnecks Tour sponsored by ROXOR. The tour will kick off January 16th in Dodge City, KS and hit cities like Cleveland, Atlanta, and end on April 11th in Green Bay, WI.

Moore just celebrated hitting the top of the country radio charts for the 8th time with his single “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home” and his next single will be “Why We Drink” which impacts country radio on September 30th. Lawrence has had 18 number one hits himself and has recently released, Made in America, where he penned 8 of the 12 songs.

Tickets for the Late Nights And Longnecks Tour will go on sale this Fri., Sept. 27 at 10 AM CST via tracylawrence.com and justinmooremusic.com

To keep up with Justin Moore follow him on InstagramTwitter, and Facebook.

Late Nights and Longnecks is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

LATE NIGHTS AND LONGNECKS TOUR: 
Thurs., Jan. 16 | United Wireless Arena | Dodge City, KS
Fri., Jan. 17 | Barnett Arena (Rushmore Plaza) | Rapid City, SD
Sat., Jan. 18 | Bismark Event Center | Bismark, ND
Thurs., Feb. 20 | Raising Cane’s River Center Arena | Baton Rouge, LA
Fri., Feb. 21 | Rapides Parish Coliseum | Alexandria, LA
Sat., Feb. 22 | Stride Bank Center | Enid, OK
Fri., Feb. 28 | Bankers Life Fieldhouse | Indianapolis, IN
Sat., Feb. 29 | Wolstein Center | Cleveland, OH
Thurs., Mar. 5 | Amarillo Civic Center Coliseum | Amarillo, TX
Fri., Mar. 6 | Mission Ballroom | Denver, CO
Sat., Mar. 7 | Uptown Theater | Kansas City, MO
Thurs., Mar. 19 | Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre | Atlanta, GA
Fri., Mar. 20 | St. Augustine Amphitheatre | St. Augustine, FL
Thurs., Mar. 26 | Des Moines Civic Center | Des Moines, IA
Fri., Mar. 27 | U.S. Cellular Center | Cedar Rapids, IA
Sat., Mar. 28 | State Farm Center | Champaign, IL
Thurs., Apr. 9 | Scheels Arena | Fargo, ND*
Fri., Apr. 10 | Orpheum Theatre | Minneapolis, MN*
Sat., Apr. 11| Weidner Center | Green Bay, WI*

*Tracy Lawrence not on these dates 

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SHOP THE HERO COLLECTION

The Hero Collection by NYCountry Swag is inspired by the men and women of the Fire, Police and Military Departments across the country. A portion of sales from each purchase is donated to different foundations that support our heroes. We are dedicated to honoring their service and remembering their sacrifice.

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Justin Moore Pops Up In the New York City Subway {Without His Cowboy Hat}

In celebration of his brand new album Late Nights and Longnecks, Justin Moore joined Subway Creatures to perform in a New York City subway station at 30 Rock. The country crooner took off his iconic cowboy hat and stood where so many artists make a buck in The Big Apple, performing for commuters in a subway station.

It doesn’t get much more New York meets Nashville than Moore’s twangy voice over the rumbling of the underground transportation system that is crucial to our beautiful city.  He sang “You Look Like I Need A Drink”, “Why We Drink”, and “Point At You”. Probably the most poignant moment came when Moore sang his current single “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home” which celebrates those who have lost their lives protecting others. New Yorkers are particularly proud of our NYPD, FDNY, and all other emergency workers so this one was perfect for our city.

Watch the full songs from the Subway Creatures Pop-Up on YouTube and head to our Instagram Stories for a few exclusive videos from the performance.

To keep up with Justin Moore follow him on InstagramTwitter, and Facebook.

Late Nights and Longnecks is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Justin Moore Sings “Why We Drink” on The Today Show

Justin Moore Today Show

Justin Moore took the stage of The Today Show this morning to sing “Why We Drink” off his latest album Late Nights and Longnecks released earlier last night. Jenna Bush introduced Moore as, “a country boy who also happens to be a chart-topping country music star.” Moore is no stranger to accolades and success. To date, he has had seven number one songs, three number one albums, and two platinum albums.

Moore, who is a family man and father of four, had his wife and two beautiful girls alongside the stage to watch his performance. When asked what the inspiration was for “Why We Drink,” Moore admitted his mother was the one behind how it all came about. He explained, “We were out to dinner with my wife, and my mom and dad, and after ordering three or four drinks she asked, why do you drink so much?” Moore jokingly said, ‘I ain’t ever found a reason not to!”
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“Why We Drink” is the ideal drinking anthem. With a ton of twang, an upbeat melody, it is an all-around good time country song. Moore gives us every reason why we’d want to throw one back, singing, “cause it’s Friday, ’cause it’s Monday, ’cause it’s a charcoal burnin’ Sunday, ’cause we ain’t gonna get to one day, that’s why we drink.”

After watching Moore’s energizing performance, it is very clear “Why We Drink” lives up to its title. The applause of the audience along with Bush’s approval saying “You made a pretty good case, lots of reasons why we do it – that was awesome!” is exactly what Moore wanted to accomplish this morning. Check out the performance of “Why We Drink” from Moore’s newest hit album Late Nights and Longnecks below.

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NYCS First Impression: Justin Moore ‘Late Nights and Longnecks’

Late Nights and Longnecks

Two-time platinum-selling and ACM award winner Justin Moore releases his fifth studio album, Late Nights and Longnecks available everywhere tomorrow. The Arkansas native sticks to his roots with his latest project filling our ears with raw, booze-infused, traditional country music. Moore co-wrote all of the ten tracks on Late Nights and Longnecks along with songwriters Casey Beathard, David Lee Murphy, Paul DiGiovanni, Chase McGill, and Rhett Akins. He has mastered the art of songwriting and showcases his unique craft on each track as he reflects on growing up a down-home country boy. Moore has given his loyal fans some of his best work to date.

Late Nights and Longnecks speaks to the reality of the word we live in, addressing everything from drinking through the good times and the bad, embracing fatherhood, and saluting our military. The first cut is the energetic drinking anthem “Why We Drink.” Moore explains every conceivable reason we may want to throw one back. No matter what day of the week, or what time it is, “it’s alcohol abuse if you pour one down the sink, that’s why we drink.”

“That’s My Boy” is a heartfelt track about fatherhood and it is Moore’s first time writing a song about one of his children. The sentimental ballad speaks to the type of man his son is and will become, and his poignant vocals stand out singing “that’s my heart, that’s my soul, that’s my last name, that’s a love like I’ve never known, yeah, that’s my boy.” Next up is Moore’s latest chart-topping tearjerker “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home,” an emotional tribute told with a genuine appreciation for our fallen heroes. One of the more uniquely written songs on the album “Jesus and Jack Daniels” is a story that goes down memory lane growing up with a Mother who is religious, and a Father who loves to drink. With a simple acoustic guitar strumming, Moore creates nostalgia with lyrics, “I got a little bit from both of them, a little bible, and a little buzz.”

On a more light-hearted note, he puts a creative twist on the upbeat song “Airport Bar,” proving you don’t have to be anywhere else than an airport bar to escape from reality, get over an ex, and take off. “Small Town Street Cred” is an electric’ up-tempo track with a modern take on growing up in the country. The electric guitar strum with Moore’s vocals makes for a rockin’ small town anthem melody. Moore continues the liveliness with “Never Gonna Drink Again” The party song has a catchy beat and a different take compared to many of his other songs which could be appealing to a more modern age of country music fans. Moore goes on a bender when everything seems to be going wrong singing, “Right now Jim Beam is the only thing gonna fix me, and I’m gonna drink till I swear that I’m never going to drink again.”

Slowing things down again, “On the Rocks” is a moving ballad that showcases Moore’s incredible vocals. Beginning with a simple piano, the dramatic story unfolds as he compares his failing relationship to drinking until he’s cut off because “this whiskey ain’t the only thing on the rocks.” Going back to his twangy outlaw side, “Some Day I Gotta Quit” is all about reminiscing on mistakes he’s made all the while knowing he has to eventually put a stop to it. Finishing out the record, “Good Times Don’t” is reminiscent of a nostalgic country song about all the things in life that we enjoy, and a reminder that “the world spins round, and kids get grown, but you still turn it up when Hank comes on, yeah, times change, but good times don’t.”

With his latest album Late Nights and Longnecks, Moore proves he has an unbelievable ability to connect to listeners through his artistry. He sticks to what fans know and love about his authentic music, all while pushing boundaries. There is no doubt Moore’s unique twang and infectious voice will continue to captivate traditional country fans as well as newcomers for years to come.

New York City fans will have the opportunity to meet Justin Moore on Wednesday, 7/31 at 11AM at The Shop at NBC Studios at 30 Rockefeller Plaza.

To keep up with Justin Moore follow him on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

Late Nights and Longnecks is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

 

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Justin Moore Announces New Album ‘Late Nights And Longnecks”

Justin Moore Late Nights and Longnecks

Last month we saw Justin Moore perform his latest single “The Ones Who Never Made It Back Home” on the Grand Ole Opry stage and the heartwrenching performance had us hoping for some new music from the country crooner.  Well, fans of Moore will not have to wait too much longer. Just announced this morning, his next album Late Nights and Longnecks will be available everywhere you buy or stream music on April 26th through Valory Music Group.

“I’ve been rooted in traditional country music my entire career,” Moore tells Billboard “On the last album [2016’s Kinda Don’t Care], there were moments we kind of stepped out of our proverbial box and stretched our legs a little bit and did things a little different than I would have earlier in my career.”  Moore co-wrote every single one of the ten tracks on Late Nights and Longnecks, other songwriters include  Casey Beathard, David Lee Murphy, Paul DiGiovanni, Chase McGill, and Rhett Akins.

Watch his video for “The Ones Who Never Made It Back Home” below which honors the military, first responders and teachers who put their lives on the line to help, protect and serve others.

The traditional country singer has built a loyal fanbase over his career and has racked up several number one hits including most recently “You Look Like I Need A Drink” and “Somebody Else Will” from his last album, Kinda Don’t Care. Moore will be playing gigs promoting Late Nights and Longnecks throughout the spring and summer. For all tour dates head to justinmooremusic.com. 

Late Nights and Longnecks Track List below.

Why We Drink
That’s My Boy
The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home
Jesus and Jack Daniels
Airport Bar
Small Town Street
Never Gonna Drink Again
On the Rocks
Someday I Gotta Quit
Good Times Don’t

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