The Enid vs. Gerald Palmer - Winners and Losers

Written by Super User. Posted in Enid News

The Enid vs. Geral Palmer Winners and Losers

The band are now at the end of their legal battle with Gerald Palmer. Thanks to your ongoing support they have achieved a great deal, including avoiding the potentially catastrophic loss of their trademark and publishing earlier this year!

Please CLICK HERE to watch Robert John Godfrey tell the story of our 5 year struggle.

The Ongoing Threat

Why the band still need your help.

Unfortunately, despite their successes they are in trouble once again. Max will attempt to explain what's happened this year:

Max 2013 web"The legal system really was not on our side. We had two cases on the go, one for the back catalogue, the other for the publishing.

The first blow was earlier this year: Despite our Barrister maintaining that we had a good chance of winning, we lost against Palmer's application for "security of costs". This left us liable for all his costs so far (and and any future costs) were we to lose either case. So, faced with a bill into the 10s of thousands to proceed,  the possibility that we might lose the case and that he might appeal even if we won (leading to yet more costs), we were left with no option but to discontinue the case for the back catalogue.

However, all was not lost as we'd regained control of our publishing; after a couple of years of legal wrangling at great expense to the band, Palmer was faced with a court appearance and finally had to admit defeat. He wrote to the MCPS and told them that he had, after all this time, made a "mistake" and that he never in fact owned the publishing in the first place; a result, but at a price.

Our Barrister maintained that, although Palmer had been awarded security for costs, it would be obvious to any judge that he had behaved unreasonably in the case of the publishing and that we should in fact be able recover our costs, and indeed not have to pay his. This all seemed very reasonable, so yet more cash was shoved in the direction of our Barrister. To cut a long story short, despite the judge agreeing that Palmer had indeed acted "unreasonably", we rather unexpectedly lost the case last week. (And, yes, we also had to pay his costs to defend the costs case!)

Maintaining that the judge's decision was unjust, our Barrister gave us the option of incurring another £5000 worth of costs to appeal the judge's decision, but with a fairly slim chance of winning. We decided enough was enough and this really had to end here and now. Justice, it seemed, had not been served and yet we had no choice but to accept defeat."

BarometerThe whole sorry tale is now at an end and this is the last time the band will be asking for help to aid them in this legal affair. If they can't find the money, The Enid could be made bankrupt and could lose everything. They have already found a large portion of the funds needed, but cannot reach the target on our their own. However, with your help the band can see the brightest of futures ahead. 

***Please CLICK HERE to visit the shop and help us reach our £20,000 target.***

The Future

The band have some really big plans for the future of The Enid, but none of them will come to fruition without your support.

The band ask that every single one of you head to our website and buy something - anything - as much or as little as you can spare. Collectively, if we all purchase just one item then we could draw a line under this whole matter once and for all. 

Within the next 3 years there are plans to perform with an orchestra again, release more new music and RJG also plans to write his piano concerto. It would be such a waste if none of that were able to happen after all we've achieved so far.

The Ways You Can Help

dust front 500x444Pre-Order DUST: 

CLICK HERE to pre-order Dust and listen to new music.

Ordering the new album now means that you also become a member of the "Dust Club". This entitles you to listen to the finished tracks ahead of the release officially set for April 1st 2016. 

Each month the band will be uploading a new track for the Dust Club to stream. This week they have added the latest track, TROPHY. 

After the first live performance of Dust two weeks ago, Trophy was an audience favourite. The song's content is also inspired by the band's experience in fighting Gerald Palmer, and how cruel the music business can be to artists.

charcoal dust tshirtOrder a DUST T-Shirt: 

CLICK HERE to order a brand new Dust T-Shirt.

Even if you already have everything else our shop has to offer, this is something you certainly won't have yet. By proudly wearing this new design you also help us to spread the word about The Enid. They say word of mouth is the most powerful way of sharing music!

Introduce The Enid to Your Friends this Christmas: 

CLICK HERE to browse our shop.

When you discovered The Enid for the first time, there's a good chance that it was thanks to a friend's recommendation. One of the best ways you could help us expand our reach is by sharing our music with your friends, so why not consider leaving a CD or DVD under their tree this year?

enidi oak no backgroundJoin the ENIDI: 

CLICK HERE to join the Enidi and receive your free Enidi gift - a double album of unreleased live recordings.

The Enid has always been in the hands of its fans, and the Enidi acts as the band's very own private arts council. Everything the band have achieved artistically over the last 5 years has been a result of Enidi support, and a growth in memberships means they can be even more ambitious. The band have welcomed 600 members to the Enidi, and have calculated they need to reach 2,500 members to achieve their full potential and ultimate vision.

Make a Donation: 

CLICK HERE to visit our website and make a donation.


Thank you for your support. The band are looking forward to very soon drawing a line under this and moving on to a productive and exciting future.

Join the "Dust Club"

Written by Max Read. Posted in Enid News

Join the "Dust Club" to HEAR TRACKS from the new album now!

Prog Mag LogoFollowing the announcement of the Dust album release date on Prog Magazine’s website today, we have a little announcement of our own: The moment we've all been waiting for...

We are pleased to announce that our brand new album "Dust" will be available on pre-sale this week via our website (click here to proceed to our safe, secure, online shop).

dust front 500x444DUST CLUB

The physical release of this album will not be available until Friday 1st April 2016. However, those who pre-order Dust will automatically join our bespoke and exclusive "Dust Club".

Dust Club members will be able to privately stream our brand new tracks in advance, starting with one of the stand out songs from the album, 1000 Stars. From November until April we will upload an additional track each month for you to enjoy. These songs will not be made available anywhere else other than to those who pre-order the Dust album.

Furthermore, by pre-ordering "Dust" you will receive a personal "thank you" in the album's artwork; an acknowledgement of your faith and support. The band rely on pre-orders to enable us to survive during the months spent in the studio and we are truly grateful.

A lot of love and care has been put into the writing and recording of these new songs. We are immensely proud of the results and cannot wait to share them with you. Click here to view the album details and track-listing.

As ever, if you have any queries please email us: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

We will be performing the Dust album live in its entirety during the upcoming tour and look forward to seeing you there. 

The Enidi Convention - A Volunteer's View

Written by Jane Waring. Posted in Enid News

Saturday 3rd October 2015

Enidi Convention 2015 2The muster point for "Duncan's Strike Team" was Duxford, near Cambridge and we made our way from there through the country lanes in the early morning mist to the location for our mission. We reached Northampton just before nine o’clock and were soon knocking on the door of The Enid Headquarters – the volunteers had arrived, ready willing and well....ready and willing anyway!

Enidi Convention 2015 1The eager anticipation of the social gathering and the Bands’ performance were put aside as Duncan and Max showed us what needed to be done. Undaunted we joined the boys and carried some thirty tables and 120 chairs down the stairs to Bar So and unpacked huge table cloths and stacks of crockery and cutlery. Joe then returned to his culinary arts whilst Max, Dom, Jason, Dave, Zach and "the roadies" went next door to The Racehorse to set up for the gig. Once the tables were in place we started to assemble the food. It was with almost a devilish grin that Joe arrived with his potatoes! Little did we know how much impact they were going to have!

Enidi Convention 2015 13This was all hard work but it was so apparent that everyone was working as one (& the many!) to provide something special for the Enidi members.

Enidi Convention 2015 3

With very little time left before the fans began to arrive tables were set, salt and pepper pots filled and even flowers were arranged. As The Enidi started to gather our work continued at a more leisurely pace with photography, greetings and issuing the new double CD for Enidi members (great studio and live tracks too). The Faithful came from all parts of England and there were also dedicated fans from as far as France, Holland and Norway. 

Enidi Convention 2015 5

As more people arrived all the band members circulated as old and new friends met. Names were, at last, put to faces. Standing back it was heart warming to see, in one large room standing or sitting just over one hundred people all brought together by one passion – the music of The Enid. In fact not only the music of the Band, but wanting to be part of it.

Enidi Convention 2015 7The lovingly prepared Moroccan food, including Robert's wonderful beef stew, was then served by the Band and members of their team. This was a sumptuous feast with a North African flavour. Joe’s potatoes certainly lived up to our expectations as several extra fire extinguishing drinks were ordered around the tables! Once again, the cakes kindly provided by members were well received and well demolished in next to no time. There was a beautiful one featuring a faithful copy of the cover of the Bridge CD which was much admired and photographed.

Enidi Convention 2015 8

The chattering continued after lunch and it was great to put faces to names from the Enidi members social media site. This day was so special – where else could you meet and socialise with members of your favourite band?

Then it was back to work for the volunteers – tables needed to be cleared and food removed. Chairs and tables were surreptitiously dismantled and stacked ready to be taken upstairs. The unity of the event showed as not only the Band members but many of the guests helped in restoring the venue back to its normal state.

Enidi Convention 2015 9Meanwhile Robert held court to bring us up to date with his future intentions and plans, the changes in the band, new ventures and of course his views!

The evening arrived and it was time to retreat next door to The Racehorse – our work was finished but the Band still had their real jobs to do….
After some more well-earned drinks and meeting other members of the Enidi, we made our way into the function room, joining a crowd watching the Band play! Had we missed the start?? No, this was just their sound check.

Enidi Convention 2015 10It showed just how inclusive these performances are when the opening ‘group hug’ usually performed before the audience come in was delayed as several of the band members had to work their way through the adoring fans!

The so familiar sounds soon had us smiling as the Band started with Leviticus, just to get everyone in the mood (as if we weren't already) and then soared into Someone Shall Rise. This was followed by a particularly jaunty rendition of Summer and Something Wicked. The band were definitely on form! Who Created Me came next and the first set closed with the dark Witch Hunt.

Enidi Convention 2015 11After a quick refreshment break the band eventually managed to return to the stage to open the second half with Judgement. We were then treated to the beautiful and nostalgic In The Region. Next Joe gave us another chance to savour his amazing vocal range with an effortless performance of The One and the Many. It was then announced that we were probably going to be hearing Dark Hydraulic for the last time, which bought cries of dismay from all sides (and a reminder from Robert that actually they would still be performing it at the next HRH Prog and the very next day at Summers End). If it really was our last time at least it was a spectacular version and had everyone soaking up every last note, just in case (but we really hope not???).

Enidi Convention 2015 12Once the cheers had died down and the first bows had been taken The Enid took up their places once more and bounded into Mockingbird closing another fantastic, emotional, generous and thoroughly appreciated Enidi Convention.

The First Enidi BBQ

Written by Jane Waring. Posted in Enid News

Enidi BBQ 2015 4

At last the long awaited day dawned and we set off on the long journey North. The SatNav said it would take 3 hours and 57 mins but miraculously in just under 3 hours we found ourselves only 10 minutes from our destination. The scenery was stunning so we stopped at a roadside burger van for the best ever breakfast baps and that set the tone for a day full of "best evers".

Enidi BBQ 2015

On arrival we were given a warm welcome by Richard (the host) and were awestruck by the setting for the party. We found a hive of activity lead by Joe slicing mountains of veggies for the feast, Robert master minding something on his iPad and a number of technicians erecting marquees and setting up the bands equipment. Our first duty was to sort out the parking arrangements which meant a flying visit to a most accommodating local farmer to get his cows moved and a fence opened up.

Enidi BBQ 2015 2The faithful began to arrive, everyone in party mood and blown away by the location. The bar was doing a brisk trade in local ale, appropriately named Thirst Born (a nod to First Light & Earthborn maybe??) and the sumptuous feast of a numerous different salads (lovingly prepared by Joe) and traditional BBQ fayre was tucked into by all, followed by strawberries and cream for those who had room! Robert charmed everyone by giving an impromptu concert on the piano and the band were mingling with all their adoring fans. The only person missing was poor Max who had been laid low by some fiendish bug.

After everyone had eaten themselves to a stand still there was a period of postprandial contemplation and chatter. Then an air of delicious anticipation took over as everyone started to take up their positions for the highlight of the whole event. There was a hint of anxiety too as we all wondered if Max would be well enough to appear. We need not have worried as, trooper that he is, he gathered all his strength and emerged to cheers and encouragement. So Max, Joe, Robert, Jason, Dave & Dom took to the stage and our hearts soared as we were treated to a unique experience, The Enid at their very best, perfect acoustics and the most wonderful setting on an English summer evening.

Enidi BBQ 2015 5They opened in a burst of nostalgia with Judgement and In the Region of the Summer Stars, taking us back to 1976 (so Joe said but that was before my time!!). Then an energetic and mischievous Who Created Me followed by the dark driving beat of Witch Hunt. Next was Leviticus which had the crowd singing back with gusto and they closed the first set with the one of their most recent songs Someone Shall Rise, which has a haunting melody and has become many peoples "earworm".

Enidi BBQ 2015 3An unexpected high light was a guest appearance by Little Max who joined the boys on stage, seemingly to check that Max was ok and that Joe was behaving himself before wandering off again and returning to take a nonchalant bow. What a pro!

At the end of the first half Robert gave a heart warming and honest glimpse into the future of the band and his role as Master of The Enidi, which he will take on soon, after a very special project with Jason. He introduced the newest recruit, Zac, who will be joining next year to bring his multi instrumental talent to take The Enid forward on their journey as they evolve and reach new appreciative audiences.    

The second half began with a big surprise with the classic Chaldean Crossing. This seems to have been many peoples first introduction to The Enid and from the reaction it will now be a favourite with those who heard it for the first time. Joe then returned to the stage after a brief taste of what the audience were experiencing and gave us the whimsical and much loved Summer melting into Something Wicked. Joe then introduced us to a brand new song 1000 Stars which has a very intriguing source for the lyrics and compelling memorable music. If this is a taste of the next tour "Dust" we cannot wait for 30 October at The Stable Milton Keynes for the unveiling. The second set closed with an awesome (in the true sense of the word) version of Dark Hydraulic which had everyone on their feet cheering for more.

Enidi BBQ 2015 1

Fittingly the encore was introduced by Robert who revealed that he had lived in the area for a while and that with one of his great friends and fellow member of Barclay James Harvest had spent many hours walking on the moors. So he dedicated Mocking Bird to the memory of Woolly Wolstenholme. I am sure that his spirit was roused by the crescendo of sound that brought this amazing, perfect day to an end.

Thank you SO much to Richard for opening up his beautiful grounds to the "disparate bunch" as Robert called us and to everyone who worked so hard to make the day such a resounding success. We all knew that The Enid are a very special group of musicians and lovely people but which other bands would give their fans so much back?

My only regret was that it was all over so soon but perhaps we can do it all again next year????

Dust Tour Shows Now Confirmed

Written by Joe Payne. Posted in Enid News

It is with great excitement that we can now announce all the dates of the DUST tour. An ambitious audio-visual production, there will be 10 performances of 'Dust' from October 2015 to April 2016.

Dust is being directed by illusionist Simon Drake, who some of you may remember from having worked on Kate Bush’s Tour Of Life. He is also known for his TV role on Channel 4’s Secret Cabaret. We’re incredibly lucky to have Simon’s support. The work he has done is really something to be admired, and it’s incredibly flattering to feel that he wants to work with us as much as we want to work with him. With Dust you’ll see the results of our eccentric minds coming together. The shows will be as mad as we are – if that’s possible.

Please remember, if you join the Enidi you can save 10% on tickets for all Dust shows taking place after opening night at The Stables, Milton Keynes. Learn more at

DUST: The Dates

StablesMilton Keynes, The Stables

Friday 30th October 2015

CLICK HERE for tickets, and see the début performance of DUST!

The Old Market LoResBrighton, The Old Market

Friday 20th November 2015

CLICK HERE for tickets!

Northern Stage 2Newcastle, Northern Stage 2

Saturday 23rd January 2016

CLICK HERE for tickets!

Crescent MainhouseBirmingham, The Crescent Theatre

Saturday 30th January 2016

CLICK HERE for tickets!

ApexBury St. Edmunds, The Apex

Friday 5th February 2016

CLICK HERE for tickets!

Citadel 2St. Helens, The Citadel

Saturday 13th February 2016

CLICK HERE for tickets!

Leeds CarriageworksLeeds, Carriageworks Theatre

Friday 26th February 2016

CLICK HERE for tickets!

CCA GlasgowGlasgow, Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA)

Saturday 5th March 2016 This show will be a standing event.

CLICK HERE for tickets!

redgrave bristolBristol, The Redgrave Theatre

Friday 18th March 2016

CLICK HERE for tickets.

Cadogan HallLondon, Cadogan Hall

Saturday 2nd April 2016

CLICK HERE for tickets!

The band have chosen the Cadogan Hall as our final stop for this tour for a number of great reasons. Firstly, unlike most ambient music halls in central London the Cadogan Hall is not subject to any silly noise regulations, meaning we can really give it to you in our full dynamic range. Secondly it is the home of the London Philharmonic Orchestra, and the ambience of the room is simply perfect for our sound. Finally, the Cadogan Hall has a huge stage and flexible facilities available, allowing us to put on a show without limits.

The hall also comes with separate event rooms which the band will be using to host a small intimate after-show reception. This is exclusively open to Enidi ticket holders, only. Join now at

Summer Shows 2015

Written by Max Read. Posted in Enid News

notp 2015 poster finalNight of the Prog Festival - Loreley Amphitheatre (DE)

Sat 18th July

Please CLICK HERE for tickets.

The profile of this festival has been on the rise for years, and this year couldn't have hoped for a better line up of acts.

FISH will be headlining on the Saturday night, as we also share the bill with Riverside, Lazuli, Sylvan, IO Earth and Luna Kiss. If you wanted to make a full weekend of it, other headliners include STEVE HACKETT and CAMEL.

Musician Pub

The Musician Pub, Leicester (UK)

Fri 31st July

Please CLICK HERE for tickets.

One of our favourite venues, we're returning to the Musician for the third year in a row. Why? Because you couldn't ask for a nicer more passionate group of people promoting and running a venue. It has an atmosphere saturated with positive energy, and these guys really care about the acts they invite. We hope you'll support them as much as you're supporting us.

We will have support from Progressive-Acoustic act, Jack Arthurs.

PPR Festival 2015Progressive Promotion Festival, Rüsselsheim (DE)

Fri 11th Sept

Please CLICK HERE for tickets.

Taking place inside an intimate theatre, this event is for a capacity of just 300 people! Please book your tickets as soon as possible, as this event has been known to sell out quite far in advance.

With an international list of acts, the festival will also include performances from CAST, RPWL, TNNE, SYLVIUM, SEVEN STEPS TO THE GREEN DOOR, LIGHT DAMAGE and UNTO US.

The Bridge Show - Live at Union Chapel

Written by Super User. Posted in Enid News

We are delighted to announce the launch of our latest live concert CD and video, The Bridge Show! 

The concert was recorded and filmed at the Union Chapel, London on Tuesday 31st March 2015 by EnidLive and Jeff Cousins. Friday 4th September 2015 sees the official release of the concert video and sound-track. The proceeds from those of you who pre-order now will be helping us to fund the ambitious DUST TOUR which begins in October.


Set in the make-believe world of ENILAND, the show opens with the fictional character QUEEN ENID addressing the audience with a speech entitled “ENILAND CAN TAKE IT”. The performance continues to use videos throughout the show to pose cynical questions about the strengths and dangers of nationalism, capitalism, entitlement, smoke-screen government projects, free-press, propaganda and self-sacrifice.

Double CD-DVD Digipak

Bridge Union Chapel CD DVD front 500 x 461CD1:

  1. Land of Hope and Glory "Eniland Can Take It"
  2. One and the Many
  3. "Welcome to Eniland"
  4. Terra Firma
  5. Earthborn
  6. Witch Hunt
  7. "Project Mars"
  8. My Gravity-Malacandra
  9. Dark Hydraulic "Common Enemy"


  1. Wings
  2. "A Sickness of the Mind"
  3. Something Wicked This Way Comes
  4. Leviticus
  5. Someone Shall Rise
  6. Judgement
  7. Shiva
  8. Encore

DVD: Full Concert.

Please CLICK HERE to see this item listed on The Enid Shop!


Bridge Union Chapel Blu Ray front 500 x 577By owning a copy of the Blu-Ray, you will be able to see and hear the full length 2 hour concert in all it's High Definition and Surround Sound glory!

Bonus material includes:

  • Extended interviews with individual members of the band.
  • Deleted scenes from the tour.
  • Live recordings from the tour of Space Surfing, Execution Mob and In the Region of the Summer Stars.
  • An exclusive performance of 'til We're Old from Robert John Godfrey and Joe Payne.

Please CLICK HERE to see this item listed on The Enid Shop!


“An experience that lives way beyond the confines of this time, this space. It's The Enid entering the most enticing, engaging and engrossing phase of their career.” Malcolm Dome, Prog Magazine

"If you have the opportunity to attend this show, jump! The musicianship is outstanding and the keyboard playing sublime. A seated gig, no mosh pit, and a complete delight." Tony Colvill, The Progressive Aspect

"If this show is your first introduction to the band don't be surprised if you sit open-mouthed through much of it and go in search of more." Liz Medhurst, Metal Talk

"Resourceful, constantly inventive, The Enid provided us with an endless succession of ideas and moods – offered without restrictions – filled with colours and intensity. Provocative, dramatic and incredibly inspiring." Neil Mach, Raw Ramp Music Magazine

"In what would turn out to be a masterclass of prog rock, The Enid transcend mere prog to deliver an exquisite performance of musical delight and visual splendour." Simon Dunkerley, Get Ready To Rock

"I really struggle to put them into a genre or even sub-genre as I think they have just rewritten the rule book and created their own category." Sabrina Beever, Get Your Rock Out

Summer 2015

Written by Super User. Posted in Enid News

Enidi BBQ 2015

enidi oak no background 200x200DATE: Sunday 9th August 2015

This year The Enid will be holding the first ever Enidi Summer BBQ!

With the convention on October 3rd 2015 being sold out, we decided to arrange a second, but very different event. This event will be taking place outside on the grounds of an Enidi member's home in Saddleworth, and will be a real party event complete with BBQ food and a bar provided by the local pub.

We would like to thank this Enidi member (who wishes to remain anonymous) for their generosity in providing the space and facilities for this event!

Schedule for the day

1pm - Arrivals and socialising.

3pm - Food is made available in the style of a buffet.

7pm - The Enid perform a show well into the sunset.

Event Address

Saddleworth, UK

BBQ Menu

Rather than the usual sit-down meal we have at conventions, we have decided it would be nice to take advantage of what we hope to be a some glorious summer weather. So with this in mind we would like to invite you to bring a picnic blanket and sit comfortably on the grass as we enjoy drinks, food and good company together. If the weather isn't ideal, don't worry as we will also have a marquee available just in case! :-)

Robert John Godfrey and Max Read will be in charge of the Barbecue, cooking a wide selection of quality meat for everyone.

Joe Payne is taking responsibility for the rest of the buffet which will be 100% vegetarian.

Enidi Convention 2015 **** NOW SOLD OUT! *****


DATE: Saturday 3rd October 2015

Con2014Food 3This year's convention will take place across two venues in Northampton to accommodate more Enidi members. The event will be ticketed, and we have room limited to 150 guests. Based on last years attendance and growth of the Enidi, we encourage you to book early as there is a possibility we could reach full capacity.

We've been listening very carefully to your collective feedback, and this year we will be hosting the convention a little earlier in the year so that members are less restricted by the festive season. We also plan to keep the event intimate, with attention to the high quality food and entertainment you have come to expect and enjoy.

Luxury Enidi Feast

First we will be serving a tasty sit down dinner, cooked by the band. This will take place in Bar So, the venue in which the last two conventions have been held. There will be room for even more people this year as we will not be doing the performance in the same venue.

Private Performance

This year we will be moving across to the Racehorse Pub a few doors down for a private performance. The last few conventions have proven a little tricky with logistics of clearing up the venue after eating before doing a show. This year we will have less limitations with space and curfews, allowing us to spend more time being social with everyone.

Tickets for the Enidi Summer BBQ

Enidi Convention Ticket 2015

***Tickets for the event are available exclusively to the Enidi from The Enid Shop. Please log in to your Enidi Account and CLICK HERE to purchase your tickets for the event. (Please note, a printable e-ticket will be emailed directly to you by Joe before the event. Each Enidi member can purchase up to 4 tickets.)


New Music Preview Shows

We also have a few very special new music preview shows and festivals lined up for you this summer. We will be using these opportunities to practice and develop our new material from 'Dust' before it's completion and release. If you can support us, we would love to see you at one of the following events:

Thurs 11th June - The Robin 2, Bilston (UK) - Please CLICK HERE for tickets.
Sat 18th July - Night of the Prog Festival - Loreley Amphitheatre (DE) - Please CLICK HERE for tickets.
Fri 31st July - The Musician Pub, Leicester (UK) - Please CLICK HERE for tickets.
Fri 11th Sept - Progressive Promotion Festival, Rüsselsheim (DE) - Please CLICK HERE for tickets.


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