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*What about requests?*

This one can be seen on the homepage but in case people have missed it, we do not take requests. Any requests left in the comments section will simply be ignored. Plain and simple. "It's what we have, not what we can find."

*Why can't I comment as Anonymous anymore?*

Due to past abuse along with bot spam, all comments under the name "Anonymous" are no longer accepted and are deleted automatically by our Spam bot. Users are required to chose a name before leaving a comment. Below are several screenshots on how to go about it. Please note that the URL portion of the form does not have to be filled out. It can be left blank and your comment will be published after it is cleared by our Spam bot. Users can also comment using a blogger account if they wish but this is not required.

 *How do I report dead links?*

To report a dead link, users must specify which of the 2 links is offline. If an AAC link is not present in the publication, the 2 available FLAC links must be dead before an AAC link can be submitted. Simply scroll down towards the comments section of the publication in question and type in 1 of the following 3 examples provided below.

1.) To report a FLAC link: "FLAC link is dead"

2.) To report a AAC link: "AAC link is dead"

3.) To report both FLAC & AAC links: "Both links are dead"

Due to past abuse and total disregard of the obvious, our Spam bot is programmed to respond and to delete all comments left by users that do not specify which link or links need to be updated. It is very easy to report a dead link, please don't make it difficult. The following screenshot is a collection of past comments that were deleted by our Spam bot for failure to specify which links required updates/were dead.

*Failure to properly report dead links will result in a response from our Spam bot.

The Hip-Hop section has its own unique form for reporting dead links. Each post within that section features a URL that redirects users to a page where dead links can be reported. Due to the troubled past of the Hip-Hop section, comments have been disabled permanently. Users can also view the form using the URL below.

*Why AAC and not MP3? What's the difference?*

AAC was designed to be the successor of the MP3 format.  Although a good audio recording with excellent mastering is always what matters, AAC at a lower bit rate will usually achieve a better lossy version of the original recording when compared to an MP3 file at a higher bit rate. Below are some comparisons. Please understand that a spectrum image isn't always the most reliable way to determine true lossless audio. The misconception is that all lossless audio does not have cut offs before the 22 kHz mark. This is untrue. Spectrum images for lossless audio are determined by the actual mastering that was done to the original recording during the time period. When it comes to lossy audio formats like MP3, the limitations of the lossy format will determine the outcome of the spectrum images.

Various recordings from different decades showing different results.. AAC and MP3 were encoded using the settings listed below. FLAC files came directly from the CD.

"Scream Machine" by Beyond Fear: Original FLAC file ripped from the C.D.

"Scream Machine" by Beyond Fear: Converted from FLAC to AAC, (256 kbps, CBR, Stereo) using the settings listed below.

"Scream Machine" by Beyond Fear: Converted from FLAC to MP3 (320 kbps, CBR, Stereo) using the LAME encoder, version 3.99.

*What's the bit rate for the AAC files?

The AAC files on this site are conversions of the F.L.A.C. files and were made using the current version of the Apple based QAAC encoder: (version 2.72). All AAC files use the extension, .M4A

None of the AAC files featured on this site are from the iTunes store.

*qaac encoder settings*

- The encoder is set to use the LC profile (Low Complexity) -

- Bit rate is set 256 kbps, CBR (constant bit rate) -

- Stereo mode is used instead of Joint Stereo mode -

- The sample rate is set at 44.100 kHz.

What about lossless audio? Like F.L.A.C.?*

Mediasurfer.ch uses the Accuraterip database to verify CD rips.

Unless stated otherwise, all FLAC files are ripped from the actual CD's at 16 bit, 44.100 kHz, stereo, which is the industry standard.  This website uses the Accuraterip database to verify every CD rip that is published. All CD rips contain an Accuraterip report in the RAR files as well as Accuraterip tags present within the metadata of the audio files. If an album is not present within the Accuraterip database, a photograph of the album is included in the RAR file as compensation. These photos are unique to each staff member and are always 
consistent. The above logo will always be displayed in every post that contains audio from CD's.

  The staff does not use software such as Audiochecker to verify CD rips. These programs are old, outdated and unreliable. 

Tests using this software were done on actual CD's from the 80's, 90's, 2000's & 2010's only produce unreliable results, often stating that certain tracks were "MPEG-4" despite being ripped from the source.

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Mediasurfer also uses the digital stores/platforms. Lossless files from digital stores are also FLAC files in 16 bit, 44.100 kHz, stereo. Files from these platforms are tagged and sorted for convenience. The staff does not supply or buy Hi-Res Audio such as 24bit media. All music in the modern era is recorded in 16 bit, 44.100 kHz, stereo. Hi-Res audio in 24bit does not improve the original recording in any noticeable way. The above logo will always be displayed in every post that contains audio from the digital stores.

*What the about the Vinyl rips? 

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In order to minimize errors and keep consistency, the staff members are all using the same equipment to provide these rips. All vinyl rips featured on this website use the following settings, equipment, bit-rate etc. The above logo will always be displayed in every post that contains audio from Vinyl records.
1.) The staff uses digital USB, fully automatic turntables for record playback and record recording. Each staff member owns a turntable of the same model and brand.

2.) Additional recording software will be used when saving/exporting the recorded audio into a lossless format (F.L.A.C.)
4.) The .MP4 versions of these rips are conversions the original lossless/F.L.A.C. files. The staff do not record, rip or export audio from Vinyl records in the AAC format.
5.) All records are cleaned before they are ripped. 

6.) The bit-rate and sample rate for all record rips once they have been successfully recorded and exported is always set at 16 bit, 44.100 kHz, stereo.
7.) Photographs of these records will always be included in the RAR files and like the CD photos, are unique to each staff member and will have the same consistency.
*Can I request vinyl rips? What albums are on vinyl?
Users cannot request an album on vinyl. Our system doesn't work that way. What will actually be available on vinyl will depend on whatever the staff own on this format as well as the following criteria....
1.) If there is already a CD rip present, then a vinyl rip will not be made available. Exceptions to this rule may occur only if:
* Both the CD and the vinyl rip have different mixes/mastering. An example would be "Day of Reckoning" by Pentagram. The first pressing of this album features a different drummer/drum track that is only available on vinyl.
2.) The opposite is true for vinyl rips. If the staff does not own the album on CD but does own it on vinyl, then the vinyl rip will be published while the CD version will not.
3.) Music, EP's, singles etc.. that were never released on CD and are only available on vinyl will be featured.

* What about the tapes/cassette rips?

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In order to minimize errors and keep consistency, the staff members are all using the same equipment to provide the cassette rips. All cassette rips featured on this website use the following settings, equipment, bit-rate etc. The above logo will always be displayed in every post that contains audio from cassette tapes.
1.) The staff uses digital USB, cassette tape deck converter for playback and recording. Each staff member owns the same model of this converter.

2.) Additional recording software will be used when saving/exporting the recorded audio into a lossless format (F.L.A.C.)
4.) The .MP4 versions of these rips are conversions the original lossless/F.L.A.C. files. The staff do not record, rip or export audio from cassette tapes in the AAC format.
5.) All cassettes are in excellent, playable condition with the least amount of noise and wear to the audio tapes. 

6.) The bit-rate and sample rate for all cassette rips once they have been successfully recorded and exported is always set at 16 bit, 44.100 kHz, stereo.
7.) Photographs of the cassettes will always be included in the RAR files. Like the CD photos/LP photos, these are unique to each staff member and will have the same consistency.

*Can I request cassette rips? What albums are on cassette?
Users cannot request an album on tape/cassette rips. Our system doesn't work that way. What will actually be available on cassette will depend on whatever the staff own on this format as well as the following criteria....
1.) If there is already a CD rip present, then a cassette rip will not be made available. Exceptions to this rule may occur only if:
* The CD, LP and cassette versions have different mixes/mastering. An example would be "Day of Reckoning" by Pentagram. The first pressings of this album features a different drummer/drum track that is only available on LP and cassette.
2.) If the staff does not own the album on CD or LP but does own it on cassette, then a cassette rip will be provided while the CD and LP versions will not.
3.) Music, EP's, singles etc.. that were never released on CD and are only available on cassette will be featured.

* Why do some posts have a skull sign? What is that? *

Every now and then, a staff member will publish an article with this symbol: ☠ and even this: ⚓These symbols indicate a "Staff Pick" These are the albums that the staff enjoy the most. Their personal favorites. The staff member's name and avatar will be present in every publication that features the ☠ symbol. It is also common for a staff member to publish an album that he or she does not enjoy but another staff member might and therefore, will select it. On certain occasions the entire staff will select a certain album that they all enjoy. In this case, the ⚓ symbol and a special "patch" will be present within the publication. This entire section can be accessed via the website's main menu on the homepage by clicking on the "Staff Picks" tab.

*I think the link is infected with a virus! You bastards!*

These images are the result of the "Microsoft Tech Scam" also known as the "Indian Tech Scam" Your PC is perfectly fine. It has not been infected.

*These scams will become a thing of the past. All entries are being moved to Florenfile. This website will discontinue the use of Adfly once the transition from Mega to Florenfile is complete.

*What's the password? Corrupt RAR files/"Unspecified, extraction errors*

The RAR files on this site were made externally by using Win Rar. Updating or downloading the latest and most current version of Win RAR will resolve this issue. We are currently using version 6.00.  The RAR files do not contain passwords

*When RAR files are password protected, this is what it actually looks like when an archived RAR file is asking for a password. Mediasurf.org does not use passwords for archived RAR files.

If you are seeing this error or something similar, it means you are using an incompatible extraction software. This is not the software/program asking for a password nor does it pertain to one. *A non existent password will not fix this error.*

*Confirmation that the method above was the solution.

*How this matter was brought to our attention.

*Mediasurfer.ch does not store or host any files on it's server. It is an index and all links to content are provided from other servers & are not affiliated with this site. 


  1. Though it is stated that there is no request section it should be obligated to explained why as the mediasurfers have nothing but wonder why such a rule has been taken. Specifically since this is a wide variety of download music site. Though understandable that it is based on a cd owned platform and that is part of the reason it makes the site unique. I dont think it is enough to deprive the surfer of the possibility of having even more fun with the ability for user submitted material albeit not just owned or site run staffed. Making the site and the experience weaker and lacking.

  2. since it doesnt show my comments I dont know if it went through. It should be visible though still approved seeking.

  3. I would really like to send some CD Image files to this site. I can take Pictures of the Albums so you will have a proof.

    1. I'm obligated by the powers that be to say "no" to you my love 😞 Buck wants to keep this site "library based" meaning only our personal CD's are allowed. I've been pitching a separate section where visitors like yourself can send CD images and they will be posted there but as it stands, Buck is against it. 😞

  4. Are those spectrum images legit? I mean the AAC and the MP3 ones? I'm sorry but I have a hard time believing that a 256 kbps AAC is better than a higher bitrate MP3 file. What program did you use to encode the MP3? I would like to verify this for myself using the same song.

    1. The spectrum images are 100% legit. The biggest misconception of the MP3 format is that it was designed to make high quality lossy versions of lossless audio files. This is not true. The purpose of the MP3 was compression, streaming and sharing. The MP3 was designed during the era of dial up internet, where connections were slower than what they are now. Sharing large FLAC files was out of the question at those speeds. The MP3's goal was to make an acceptable copy of the original audio file while reducing the size of the file. Compression was always favored. Not high quality. This is also the reason why it became immensely popular during the early days of dial up and peer to peer sharing programs like napster. The files were smaller and could be downloaded easier and in less time. The AAC format was designed to be the successor of the MP3. All of the early limitations of the MP3 were corrected with AAC, like achieving a higher quality lossy version at a lower bitrate, something the MP3 could never do. AAC was also made in a different era for a different era. Download speeds are no longer an issue and the format was designed for both high quality lossy audio and compression. It literally is the modern improvement of the MP3. If you would like to verify the results, please feel free to do so. Both the FLAC and the AAC versions of those 2 tracks are available on this site. Just search for "Beyond Fear" To encode in MP3, the program that was used was Fre:ac. The link will be provided below. It uses the LAME encoder and the most recent version of the program uses the current version on LAME, version 3.100. We are confident that your results will be identical to ours. Enjoy ☺


    2. Wow! Ok challenge accepted. I will verify this. You may be "baby girl" Lass but if youre lying, I will let it be known >:( This seems like a great site but when some thing is too good to be true it usually is.

    3. That's true but not with me or the boys. I look forward to your results beloved ☺ Be a doll and prove me wrong. 😘

    4. Hola Lass, ya solucione los link caidos gradualmente volvieron a funcionar, me gustaria decir algo sobre AAC, yo tenia mis sospechas sobre los archivos tanto de MP3 como de AAC ya que tenia algunas canciones que compre en itunes y no me sonaban tan mal despues de todo, incluso crei por momentos que sonaban mejor, pero la mala fama que le han hecho a la comprecion me quitaba eso de la cabeza, al leer tu articulo aqui me dio curiocidad y cree un archivo AAC usando los parametros que tu mencionabas y de ahi queme un CD (yo no uso DAC ni me gusta usar la musica archivada solo la uso para grabar mis CDs y tocarlos en CD players), bien el cd es de uno que encontre aqui pero que yo ya tenia y conozco muy bien el sonido, el cd quemado del archivo AAC la verdad es que suena mucho mejor, el sonido es claro y nada pesado, un sonido ligero muy agradable, sin fatiga, yo tenia muchas sospechas sobre esto, los archivos muy grandes tienen tanta informacion y generan frecuencias tantas que ni los equipos logran reproducirlas no el cerebro logra comprender tanto por eso que el audio digital suele ser fatigoso, yo use CD players de los que se fabricaron en 1983, estos leen menos informacion pero suelen tener un sonido mas agradable que los modernos, con el AAC como tu lo recomendastes creo se logra ese perfil, archivos livianos, definitivamente esto es algo que voy a usar mas de aqui en adelante.........

    5. También hay que tener en cuenta cómo la masterización ha cambiado desde los años 80. Ninguna grabación de los 80 pasó del nivel de 20 khz. Esto se hizo intencionalmente porque el oído humano no puede oír más allá de los 20 kHz. Aunque cuando la gente ve esto bajo un espectro, la gente pensará que es un FLAC falso. Eso viene de personas que nunca han comprado música en un CD antes de los 90 o en general. Lo más importante es la masterización, no el formato de audio. Otra cosa que la gente no se da cuenta es que el MP3 tiene 26 años ahora. Aunque ahora tiene soporte universal, nunca fue diseñado para la calidad. Fue diseñado para hacer una buena representación de la grabación de audio original pero en un tamaño más pequeño para que pueda compartirse en línea. Durante los días de acceso telefónico a Internet, donde todo se descargaba y cargaba en Kb's en lugar de Mb's, un tamaño más pequeño significaba menos tiempo para cargar y descargar. Esa es la verdadera intención del MP3. AAC fue diseñado para ser el sucesor del MP3. Está diseñado para brindar una mejor calidad de sonido en un tamaño más pequeño y más bajo en una base en una era donde las velocidades de descarga, las velocidades de carga y el almacenamiento ya no son un problema. Eso es otra cosa que la gente olvida. AAC también tiene una mala reputación porque fue diseñada por Apple, pero ya no es su propiedad ya que ahora la han convertido en un formato de código abierto. Nuestros codificadores están basados en Apple, pero no son los codificadores oficiales de Apple. Es un codificador de terceros de Windows que utiliza el código de Apple pero con más opciones y libertades. También es uno de los mejores codificadores AAC de código abierto de terceros.

    6. Estoy de acuerdo con todo lo que Sentinel dijo. De veras, sigo esperando que "Anonymous" nos demuestre que estamos equivocados. ¿Ã‰l o ella?...🤔 Nunca envio las imágenes del espectro. 😕

    7. Podrian darme su opinion sobre la calidad de los discos quemados??, la verdad es que yo escucho que suenan mejor que los originales, en especial los de los 90's que tenian color en la parte de abajo y eran de 650 mb, aunque tengo unos modernos baratos tambien que suenan muy bien, mis CD players son muy antiguos pero aun asi logran leerlos, creo que en el rip se eliminan los errores del cd original, ustedes que piensan al respecto?......

    8. Sinceramente, el equipo no importa. Lo que realmente importa es la masterización de audio en el formato. Si una grabación se grabó mal, sonará terrible en el CD, el vinilo, el FLAC, etc. Lo mismo se aplica al vinilo. El vinilo es analógico, el CD es digital. Gran diferencia. Una grabación analógica hecha para un vinilo sonará mejor en el vinilo porque se hizo para vinilo. Las especificaciones de audio estándar para el CD son PCM de 16 bits, 44.100 kHz, estéreo. Esto no se aplica al análogo. Una grabación digital hecha en un equipo digital sonará mejor en un CD porque fue hecha para el CD. Una grabación digital no mejorará una vez que se transfiera a un vinilo. No funciona de esa manera. Lo contrario es cierto para analógico en CD. Esa es otra idea falsa que la gente tiene. El formato físico no mejora el audio en absoluto. Mucha de la música actualmente disponible en las tiendas digitales son versiones remasterizadas. Los álbumes remasterizados en nuestra opinión no mejoran la grabación original. Todo lo que hacen es hacer que la grabación original sea más alta en volumen que luego causa distorsión. Normalmente publicamos los lanzamientos originales en CD con el master de audio original. Por eso suenan mejor. Suenan mejor porque se grabaron mejor y sin distorsión causada por la compresión de audio y el alto volumen. Las grabaciones modernas y los álbumes remasterizados sufren de alto volumen, compresión de audio y distorsión. Suenan horribles porque fueron grabados horriblemente. Recuerda, lo mas importante es la masterización de audio. No si se vino de un CD, vinilo o FLAC. Al extraer audio de los CD's no se eliminan los errores originalmente presentes en las grabaciones. No funciona de esa manera.

    9. Hola amigo Sentinel, mira acabo de quemar un CD usando archivos AIFF & el mismo archivo lo pase por el FREAK que tu recomendastes para crear un archivo AAC usando los parametros que tu recomendastes, fijate que el sonido del AAC es mucho mejor que el del AIFF original, en el AAC el sonido pierde lo agresivo del sonido original dandole un tono mas tolerable, ayer hice otra pueba con el CD de RUSH power windows que baje aqui, yo conozco como la pama de mi mano ese album en todos los formatos, lo baje en flac pero lo pase a AAC usando XLD que tiene los mismos parametros que tu recomendas, no te imaginas como somo ya el CDr que hice, mucho mejor que el original y mas sutil y agradable con timbres que no se escuchan en archivos pesados, en otras ocaciones hice archivos AAC usando itunes (no recuerdo que parametros use) pero estos archivos no bajaron el volumen sino que lo aumentaron, por eso no usaba AAC, pero si los resultados que estoy viendo son super......

    10. Cada vez que convierte un audio sin pérdidas como FLAC, AIFF O ALAC a un formato con pérdidas como AAC y MP3, pierdes calidad y información. Es imposible que un audio con pérdidas suene mejor que el audio original. Sin embargo, es posible que te guste el archivo con pérdida mejor que el original y eso está bien. AAC fue diseñado para preservar la mayor cantidad posible del archivo de audio original y lo hace mejor que el MP3, ya que el MP3 tenía mucho que ver con el tamaño del archivo. AAC se concentra mas en la calidad y el tamaño del archivo. Es solo una cuestión de prioridad al final del día. Estoy muy feliz de que estés disfrutando de los archivos de AAC y estoy muy feliz especialmente para los usuarios de América Latina. Dejame decirte que fue una pesadilla para nosotros la primera vez que presentamos los archivos de AAC porque los usarios de Latino America querían los archivos en MP3, a pesar de que tenían una calidad inferior. Se negaron a creer lo que confirmastes. No quicieron aceptar o simplemente inventaron la vieja excusa de que sus móviles no eran compatibles con AAC que en 2019, ya no es cierto especialmente con el app de VLC player disponible en las tiendas digitales.

    11. Otra cosa... Nosotros no utilizamos Fre:ac para hacer nuestros archivos de AAC. Utilizamos el codificador "QAAC" Tu que estás usando un MAC, el codificador de AAC de Apple en iTunes es realmente el mejor codificador de AAC que existe! QAAC es la alternativa de Windows y aunque podemos usar el codificador de iTunes, iTunes no es compatible con FLAC. Primero copiamos nuestros discos en FLAC y luego tomamos esos archivos y los convertimos a AAC usando "QACC". En un Mac, hay una manera de hacer que iTunes admita FLAC después de lo cual, puedes convertir los archivos de FLAC a AAC directamente en iTunes. Solo ajusta la configuración de los discos en iTunes a la configuración en la captura de pantalla de abajo. Una vez que hayas realizado los cambios en la configuración, simplemente seleccione las pistas que deseas convertir a AAC y listo.


    12. Hola Sentinel fijate que yo estoy mas sorprendido que tu sobre el resultado que escucho, la informacion que tiene un CD no toda es buena y los errores que trae un CD son grandes y muchos, creo, y en lo que escucho, que el AAC logra eliminar los errores y el "loudness" que traen los CDs que es la parte que yo no tolero, he creado unos 4 Cdrs de los archivos bajados de aqui, y fijate que aunque sean de grupos diferentes el sonido tuene cierta similitud, no creas que por mas informacion mejor sonido, yo no puedo escuchar los SACD con 24 bits y 192000 khz, no los tolero, es mas no tolero los DAC modernos por esa razon, los CDs traen demaciada informacion y eso los convierte en fatigosos para escucharlos, mis CD players son de 1983-85 y estos restan loudness a los cd normales, luego de crear un Cdr de AAC suenan incluso mejor al reproducirlos en estos cd player antiguos, es mas todo mi equipo es vintage....

      Si estoy familiarizado con crear archivos AAC desde itunes, el problema que despues de creado hay que borrar cada archivo anterior y hacer eso con 15,000 canciones esta dificil, con freak solo arrastro los archivos desde itunes y al crearlos nuevos archivos solo borro todo los originales en itunes con un par de clicks......

    13. Eso suena como un montón de trabajo.😮 Fre: ac es un buen programa. Lo extraño. Antes de unirme a este sitio, tenía toda mi colleccion de discos en MP3, 128 kbps y usé Fre: ac para crearlos. Fue cosa buena de que me convertí en un miembro de este sitio porque muchos de mis discos ahora son viejos y están llenos de arañazos 😟. 90% de mi colección de mis discos de los 80's fueron de mi madre. Me regaló su colleccion el día que cumplí 20 años y me mudé a mi propio apartamento. Son muchos de esa collecion que ya no sirven en reproductores de CD, pero sí en mi PC. Tener una copia en FLAC significa que es una copia idéntica, por lo que ahora no me siento tan culpable por no cuidar esos discos como debería 😔. Estoy muy contenta de que te gustaron los enlaces de AAC y no te preocupes querido. Vamos a actualizar el sitio entero con enlaces de AAC eventualmente. Gracias por tus comentarios. 🙂 Hasta luego.

    14. Hola Lass, no habia leido tu comentario, gracias, fijate que si tienes discos rayados puedes darles una mano con pasta de dientes y bicarbonato de sodio, asi he reparado muchos de mis discos, he seguido haciendo pruebas con AAC, de hecho estoy cambiando todo a AAC por que ya mi computadora esta super llena y esta como que lenta, y mis discos suenan bien asi que lo que tengo en CD original lo tengo en AAC y lo que no lo agrego en ALAC o AAC, me anime a desempolpar el DAC que tengo para reproducir los archivos directamente a la compu, dejame decirte, los AAC cuando los pasas a CD hay una leve perdida, muy dificil que se note, pero si reproduces un AAC directamente de la computdora al amplificador ahi no hay diferencias, he probado otras formas tal como usar AAC a 320 kbps, no mejora nada, es identico, es mas, he hecho comparaciones reproduciendo un CD orginal contra un archivo AAC a 256 usando mi DAC y no hay diferencias, mas que usar espacios de sobra, creo que Apple supo que hacer con esta forma de comprecion, recuerda que ellos venden musica y solo usan AAC y ellos aseguran que sus descargas equibalen a la calidad de un CD original, si no fuera asi nadie les pagaria los precios tan altos que ellos venden los archivos, mi computadora les agradece ya que con el uso de AAC mi almacenamiento bajo a la mitad, aunque aun estoy actualizando con mas archivos.......

  5. how can i make a request if i want some album?

    1. You don't. Considering that you even asked, I pretty sure you didn't read this article and you didn't read the disclaimer. We don't take requests. This is not a website based on requests. I'm sorry love it's not going to happen. If we don't own the CD, it won't be published.

  6. Hi, any here who can help me??, I have issues when I get to adfly add and I click the skid ad bottom, I click the bottom but nothing happen, I cant go further, the first time I found this site did wok well but some pages and some downloads did not pass after the adfly ad, now all links are bloked.....

  7. None of the links are blocked. You have to click on "allow" once the blue screen appears. I don't understand why people keep reporting this. All of the links are available and running. Upload a screenshot of the supposed error page. We have already uploaded screenshots in our responses to prove that the links are up and running I suggest you do the same. Go to imgur.com and upload your screenshot then paste the link in your response.

  8. Hi ! Same thing for me. Last month everything was ok, but now, i click on "allow", then i click on "pass the ad" and nothing happens... My adblock is desactivated on Adfly off course :)
    What's wrong please ??

  9. You have to click on "Allow" on the page that loads after clicking on "Skip Ad" It's a blue screen that comes after clicking on "Skip Ad" not before. However, one thing we didn't mention was that when we tested the links on all of our different machines, both virtual and physical, we didn't have any of our browsers save any information. As in browsing history, cookies, cache, passwords etc... All of that was and is disabled for us by default in all of our browser settings. I don't know if that might be a factor but the links all worked perfectly with those settings turn off. Perhaps cleaning out you history, cookies included, might help. Someone on a Mac also had this problem but the links are now working for him via Google Chrome. I have asked him to share any changes he made to his browser, if any with us. The new "Press Allow" feature is something that Adfly put on by default, not us. They are testing it but from our end and with our machines, everything is in working order. I promise you, we're not trying to screw anyone over.

  10. Thanks for the great albums, especially making them available in FLAC format.


    Gag Helfront

  11. I have a question, Lass. I have been using yoit site for a year and I'm always curious about why there are no first track on the most of the albums. Is that some kinds of protection for not to detected by copyrights violation? Thank you for the sharing btw and sorry for my bad english

    1. Senn, how are you? What do you mean? Are you implying that the first track on many albums are not included? We don't upload albums with missing tracks. Or are you asking about the "HTOA" track? Also, what is you native language? If it is easier for you, ask in your native language and we can translate it later.

    2. Oh, I figure it out.. I have always used the android app(7zipper) to decompress the files and thats the real problem. First track doesn't disappear anymore with other decompressing app. You guys can also testing with android phones like me. Thanks for the answer and I think I have to re-download all albums with missing tracks :(
      Btw Always thankful for the amazing files!!
      + My native country is South Korea! So I thought you guys would not understand my word anyway haha

    3. Yes, this website uses Win RAR. No other extraction software is required. No worries about the language barrier. You can, if you wish, write in Korean and we can translate it via Google Translate afterwards 😉 We've had several comments in Russian, Portuguese and French in the past and we've translated and responded back to them in their native language 😊 Thank you for your continued support and please do let us know if you see any Microsoft Tech Support Scams on any of the links so that Sentinel can find and report them. Good day.

  12. Yes Lass I have noticed a extra song file is always at first file, no sound and few seconds only, about 11 seconds, all songs of the album are complete, just the 01 song is extra, I just remove it when transfer to itunes......

    1. El archivo "HTOA" son las brechas/períodos de silencio que los CD han reunido en un solo archivo. Se reúnen en un solo archivo para la reproducción sin espacios. No todos nuestros CD tienen lagunas de silencio. Los que lo hacen están reunidos en un archivo etiquetado "HTOA"

  13. AnonymousJuly 09, 2019

    Was wondering what's being used to show those spectrums? freac? Or something else?

    1. It's a program called "Spek" It's free and can be viewed/downloaded here.....

      - Spek website.

    2. AnonymousJuly 09, 2019

      Got it, Thanks.

      And thanks for a great site!!

  14. AnonymousJuly 11, 2019

    I saw the old (by now super old) post where someone was going to encode their own mp3 from the flac (downloaded from this site) of Beyond Fear - Scream Machine and post the spectrum. I was curious as the already posted spectrum used stereo so wasn't using --alt-preset insane (subsequently re-mapped to --preset insane, and then to -b 320). This preset does use joint stereo, but not the regular one. It uses --nssafejoint (as do all the abx tested presets, I think). It also uses a --lowpass of 20500, but who can hear above that anyway. You could increase the --lowpass but that would likely impact quality.

    Anyway here's the spectrum, https://imgur.com/qGHMzjZ
    Encoded using lame 3.100 -b 320 (same as --alt-preset insane, --preset insane)

    There's also a VBR mode that doesn't use a --lowpass (or uses a higher one), that's -V 0 (previously --alt-preset extreme, --preset extreme). It preserves some higher frequencies but less overall content in the upper frequencies, or looks like it.
    Here's that spectrum, https://imgur.com/dQfmRGy

    BTW, I'm not trying to say mp3 is better than aac. I'm pretty sure these two settings would sound the same as the flac, though...'Cause of the high bitrates.

    1. We're still waiting for that spectrum, kind sir. For the record, we did not use any filters on both AAC or MP3. That's the thing, you don't have to use filters for AAC. Honestly, our encoder has none. There are no options for such filters, at all. You have many options for the MP3 encoder and the spectrum still looks butchered compared to the original FLAC and the AAC file. We don't use "joint stereo" for the simple reason that all of our music and recordings from our library are in "Stereo"

      Here's what our AAC encoder and it's settings look look like.

      Here's how fre:ac was setup to encode in MP3

      Hee's another example of the 3 conversions, this time we'll use "More Human Than Human" by White Zombie. This is the original

      - Flac File (16 bits, 44.100 kHz, Stereo, 2 channels)

      Here's the AAC conversion using the setting in the previous screenshot (no filters) and on average, this is what we get.

      - AAC (256 kbps, 44.100 kHz, Stereo, 2 channels, CBR)

      Now here is the MP3 conversion with the preset of VBR -V.0 at 320 kbps as mentioned above in your screenshot

      - MP3 (VBR - V.0, 320 kbps, 44.100 kHz, Stereo, 2 channels)

      Now even with this preset, the AAC with no filters still looks cleaner and resembles the FLAC file more so than the MP3 file at a lower bitrate of 256 kbps. This is what AAC is designed to do. Achieve better sound at the same and at lower bitrates than the MP3. On average, it performs better than the MP3 ever could. This is why we chose it. Performance and quality at a smaller bitrate and file size, on average basis.

  15. AnonymousJuly 11, 2019

    I'm not the person that wrote the posts dated Jan 03, 2019, that questioned the legitimacy of the posted mp3 spectrum.

    Also, I completely agree that aac is the better codec.

    I was just posting two more spectrums of mp3s using lame and a couple of the preset switches that the lame developers along with others had created. They were not supposed to, nor expected to, have better spectrums than the aac one.

    I guess they didn't come out in my post? In case, I'll try again. I'm not really an imgur user, so sorry if they're not working.

    -b 320

    -V 0

    I do believe, though, that they would produce an mp3 that would be highly unlikely to be distinguished from the flac in an abx test. They would sound the same to most people. Not everyone, but most. The spectrums tell us a lot about the codec, but not all of that is audible to everyone.

    The two presets I mentioned, the others I didn't, the switches they use/set (--nspsycho, --athtype, --nssafejoint, --lowpass, etc), and the internal lame code were all highly tuned through rigorous abx testing over a number of years. The goal being audible transparency to the original source (more so for the two presets I mentioned, I guess, or at least the higher bitrate ones). Things like compression artifacts and yes, stereo imaging (with nssafejoint vs regular joint stereo), etc etc were all worked on. Overriding the presets with different switches likely impacts overall quality. You'll see when you compare the original mp3 spectrum with the two I posted that they contain a little bit more information above 16 kHz. The lowpass activated by the preset in one of mine eliminates most above 20500, but the point is to show a visable difference between them. Of course the larger point is whether or not there's an audible difference. I may be 40-something, but my ears are probably 60-something! I doubt I'd hear any difference. Ha ha ha!

    If one day you find yourself relaxing and looking for something to pass the time, perhaps trying an abx test for yourself would be of interest. You never know, perhaps you'd be suprised, perhaps not. Couldn't hurt to try though.

    And once again, Thanks for the great site!!

    1. I understood and by the way, I didn't mean to imply that you were the original poster. I meant that I was still waiting for the original poster to upload the spectrum images which he/she never did. The AAC codec also saved us a tremendous amount of time since we didn't have to configure anything other then selecting the target bitrate. It is ready to go right out of the box.

      It's very true that we can't hear past certain decibels but the fact that we can get such a good result on a lower bitrate and at smaller file sizes is peace of mind for those who chose to download the AAC files. The audio quality is also another reason but lower bitrates and smaller file sizes prevails. We all used MP3 before making the switch to AAC. We just figured that it was time to upgrade given the simple interface, encoding speed and constant clean results when converting FLAC to AAC.

      It's all about the presentation. There's MP3 files all over the net but fewer sites offer AAC and the audience for this format is larger than we expected. We wanted everyone to see the results and also verify/conduct there own conversion tets which they have. Cheers.

    2. AnonymousJuly 11, 2019

      I need to correct myself...

      I typed --nspsycho, I meant to type --nspsytune. Jumbled it up with psychoacoustic model while I was trying to remember its name. LOL

    3. No worries. Thank you for your spectrum images and for your comments.

  16. Are your sources for FLAC/AAC the original CDs or a master source with higher quality, like SACD or DVD audio? I looked and couldn't find that information, apologize if I missed it.

    1. That information is available in this very section as well as in all of the posts on this website. We don't do DVD audio or SACD, 24 bit audio or Vinyl rips. Unless specified within the post and or title, we only publish first pressings. As such, these are standard CD rips. Photographs of our sources are also available for specific posts as well, usually if a CD is not present within the Accurip database.


      - CD bit rates.
      . https://imgur.com/c5DexTG
      . https://imgur.com/gEXKCKj

      - Audio sources
      . https://imgur.com/tOBFV19
      . https://imgur.com/KgJUsSI

      - Post information
      . https://imgur.com/naulYeQ

  17. Sorry for the mistake I've made, I gonna donate some bitcoins but I never used it before, I am going to learn how to use it lol

    1. That's very sweet of you love 🙂 You don't have to. The website will remain free, regadless. Bitcoin may appear quite complicated for those who have never used it so you need not worry about a donation. Regards, Lass

  18. I know these are for the most part CD rips and a picture is included. Also, I know some digital media if ran though cue tools is a accurate rip also. So, just wondering why there are no rip .log files with any of these, as some could be a original rip but not in the accu/cue database and have no .accu log. So, having a rip .log is nice to have. Great site by the way and not being on a "premium" host site.

    1. All of our files are tagged which in turn renders the .log or a .cue file useless. Everything that would have been present within those 2 files is present within the metadata of the audio files. Copyright, label numbers, production credits, accurip data etc. it's all present with the audio files' metadata rendering such files useless.

      If you're on foobar2000 or are using something like MP3Tag, the metadata can be viewed by right clicking and selecting "properties" in foobar2000 or by selecting "extended tags" in MP3Tag.

      We do it this way so other won't have to download/install additional software to split/verify etc.. the files. Everything is done for you and it makes it easier for others who don't understand or are just getting into the concept of lossless audio to download and listen. Whe you download from here, it looks like this when viewed through media players:

      Screenshot: https://imgur.com/e46qw74

      Also, cue+log or cue+image file, that's the old way. We don't do that. We rip everything through CUERipper but don't actually use CUETools. CUERipper has built in Accurip support plus CDTTB support so everything is verified once the rip is done. The accurip log is still present to confirm that a CD is present within it's database or not, like a .log file would tell you if were ripped in EAC. If it is not or different results appear, a photo is placed in the file as conpensation. A .log file gives the same information as the accurip log does but is presented differently.

      There are certain releases that do come from digital stores, like Bandcamp but in those cases we do not verify them. They are published as is and we state that in the title of those publications. Once more, we don't use CUETools but encourage people to use the software or something similar if they are unsure about any of the CD rips from this website or if they just wish to verify them.

  19. Dear Buccaneer,

    I am the one who requested the FLAC link for the Slick Rick album to be reuploaded. It really was down. I forget exactly what it said, but it was unable to be downloaded, the lettering was in red saying that it had been removed. I've only ever requested 2 links, both in that last couple of weeks. The first was for a Big Daddy Kane album and then Slick Rick's Art of Storytelling. I was signed out at the time when I posted for the Slick Rick one because I noticed most people post anonymously. I always opt to do things anon if I can, and that includes for anything in life. Anyway, if you don't want to reupload the Slick Rick album, that's cool. Whoever was spamming the comments, reporting links that weren't actually dead, well, that wasn't me. God bless.



    1. It's too late now. It has nothing to do with us not wanting to update the links. WE ALWAYS UPDATE THE LINKS, provided they are genuinely offline.

      Buck never said you falsely reported the Slick Rick link as "dead" He stated that a Kanye West album was falsely reported as "dead" and he submitted a video capture and a screenshot of his claim. You also commented during a period where you shouldn't have. You also requested and update during a period where you shouldn't have.

      That's the point. You were unaware either by you're own doing or something else entirely, as to to what was going on around you. You're just 1 of many that didn't see what was going on. There's nothing I can do for you now. You must wait until the section is restored.

      We are no longer taking comments under the name "Anonymous" You don't need a blogger account to comment. You can chose a name if you wish. Everyone has always had this option. See the images below on how to go about it.


    2. Well, I don't read the rules every single time we come here to see if they changed. It looks as if I'm not the only one...others also seem to comment purely based on common sense. The comment section is there to request dead links. You usually ask us to tell you about dead links, so we're not going to check the rules every time to see if that's still the norm. You're not really punishing anyone with these bans, and it's obviously not effective. We'll just get those albums somewhere else, although coming to one place to get them is nice, but you're not the only site of this kind.

      This is what happens when you change the rules as you go along, it confuses people because it's not a logical way of handling anything. Sorry about the spammers, but you're really just frustrating yourselves. You have a spam bot to filter out spam...maybe get a better one? Anyway, best of luck with handling this because the burden is actually on you guys, not us...this being the public internet and all.

    3. The comments section is not for requesting dead links, it is an open forum. You can request an update there but that's not the only reason why it's there. We've actually never had to change the rules until now.

      The disclaimer contains and has always contained the most basic rules of the website. People use to complain about the RAR files being corrupt. That solution was always present in the disclaimer. A full year went by before people actually paid attention to what was present in front of them... after the FAQ's article was published. We never had that section before and that was why we created it. Because people don't and didn't read the disclaimer.

      The bot is not the problem it's other users who make it difficult for everyone else. We can't help them if they don't tell us what to update. "dead link" Ok, which one? See what I mean? Again, it pertains to new users that don't read any of the information that is given to them, being by the bot or what's in front of them.

      It slows us down too much because the bot has to confirm all of the comments first before sending us the publications that need to be updated. Considering so many people fail to report what they need, it takes a very long time for us to get going.

      It makes no difference to us if the bans don't work or not. Buck doesn't publish Hip-Hop at all, only Lass and I do. I have my hands full with the task of eliminating the tech support scams and Lass is currently publishing her Rock collection.

      The biggest burden for me and Lass was just having all of the comments section restored and we succeeded. If Buck wants to disable a specific section, he can do that. He's in charge not us.

      Because your words are genuine and fair, I can give you a direct link to the Slick Rick album and if you can remember the other album you requested during the ban, I can give you that one as well. Keeping your privacy in mind, use a temporary email service address and send it to me after confirming the other album you wanted to be updated. Simply google "temp email" and select one of the addresses that come up. You're the only one that gets an update during this time - becasue you're respectful and your words make sense.

    4. Ah, I see, I apologize for kinda jumping to conclusions there. I can see now why you have to take those messures and how difficult it can be to manage the comment section.

      And I'm sorry for screwing it up for everyone this time, it certainly was not intentional. I will be sure to pay closer attention to the news section from now on.

      I really appreciate your kind gesture with offering me a personal link. I think I'll take you up on it; even though I said there are alternative websites, yours has the biggest selection and is the best quality. Last week I requested the Big Daddy Kane album and you updated the link very quickly, so I got it, and thank you very much btw. If you could send a link to Slick Rick - The Art of Storytelling, though, then that would be awesome! My temp email address is conahas299@xmailsme.com.

      Thanks to you, Buccaneer, Lass, and whoever else might be involved with running this site. We, the visitors here, have discovered a lot of awesome music thanks to you guys. Your hard work is really appreciated!


    5. The link has been sent to your temp-email address. Enjoy the rest of your day. We'll see you around and thank you for your kind words.

    6. Thanks again Sentinel! Much appreciated. Enjoy the rest of your day as well. Cheers! :-)

    7. This is exactly why we fought to restore the comments section for every one 🤗 Thank you so very much for your support, love. 😊

  20. Thanks so much for doing that, Lass! You guys are all doing an awesome job. Most of the other sites seem like ghost towns, totally deserted. Not this one though! Keep up the great work and thank you for all that you do.


  21. Have you guys verified that your some of your flac files are not up-converted mp3 files?

    1. All of our rips come from CD's or on certain cases, digital platforms. If the latter is true, we post that information in the post. All of our rips are verified through the Accuraterip software as well and this metadata can be found within the audiofiles themselves as "tags" If we have an album that does not appear within the Accuraterip database, a photo of our CD's will be provided in the RAR file as compensation. It's not uncommon to come across an album that has not been submitted to the datbase.

      To be very clear, unless you actually have the CD, theres no way to tell if a FLAC file is an up-convert from an MP3 when viewing it from the Spectrum. This is esoecially true from many first pressing albums from the 80's and even certain albums from the 90's. If you analyze some the albums from the 80's under a spectrum, you'll notice some appear to have a cut off but this was done intentionally from the engineers during mastering. Another issue is volume. You'll notice that the quiter the album is, the more it will appear to have a cut off under the Spectrum. A good example is TT Quick: Metal of Honor from the 80's and Erick Sermon's solo albums from the 90's. All which are featured on this website with photos by us but when viwed from the soectrum, it appears to have a cut off like an MP3 would.

      Albums from the 90's and especially from 2000's which are very loud will not appear to have cut offs but remember, they are very loud and more orange and blue can also be seen because the are loud and full of compression.

      Our rips can also be verified by you if you use an extraction software like CUETools. Everything on this website can be verified unless a CD is not present in the Accuraterip database. You'll find that those albums always have a photo taken by us in the RAR file.

    2. Here are some images of various albums that I own from different decades and from different genres. This is a perfect example as to why you can not trust a spectrum image to verify if a rip is actually lossless. The image of an audio spectrum, you are viewing a lossless audio, will be dependent on the audio mastering that was done to that recording, not the actual audio format (FLAC, WAV). Different decades had different mastering processes. Volume is also another factor and it will change the way the spectrum image looks.

      When it comes to lossy audio, like an MP3, that is always determined the audio format's capabilities as data will be lost in order to get a smaller file size. The MP3 is the most guilty of this and it will have a severe cut off at 320 kbps while as the AAC at 256 kbps will fair MUCH BETTER, with little to no cut off. You will notice that even though some recordings in the photos have what appears to be a cut off, the MP3 version will look far worse than the both the original FLAC and the lossy AAC. Everything we publish can be verified through Accuraterip. the metadata for that is present in all of our publications. That screenshot is also included below. I hope this helps you out. Take care.

      . Spectrum image order: photo of the disc, FLAC, AAC & MP3

      1.) Debbie Gibson - Out of The Blue (1986) (First Pressing)


      2.) Down South - Lost In Brooklyn (1994)


      3.) Keith Murray - Enigma (1996)


      4.) Disturbed - Believe (2002)


    3. Metadata/screenshot of Accuraterip tags:


    4. Permission to post those spectrum's in the FAQ's section?

    5. Yes Victor. Go right ahead. I think the post should have that information.

  22. Many CDs were and are still mastered by people who do not know what they were doing. This is why properly done lossless vinyl rips (assuming the vinyl was mastered by someone competent) in many cases sound better. These days engineers often use shite mastering tool settings that mess up dynamics and equalization of audio source material that is being butchered. Most people do not care and can not hear the difference but it is a huge problem.

  23. The quality of the Vinyl depends on the decade. Vinyl is analogue, CD is digital. CD is locked at 16 bits, 44.100 kHz. An analogue recording has no bit rate which is why music pre-CD's from the 60's 70's sound better on Vinyl. They were recorded on analogue equipment for an analogue format. The early transfers from Analogue to CD's didn't always sound great becasue they wer3e still trying to figure out how to transfer the old recordings to the new format.

    Unless the original recording was rerecorded on analogue equipment, the Vinyl will not make the recording sound better. Think about what they are doing. They are taking a 16 bit DIGITAL recording and putting it on an analogue format. A lot of early 80's digital recording were still recorded on analogue equipment before being digitally mastered for the CD. That's why those hold up better.

    The 80's had great mastering for CD's. You can't compare today's loud mastering the recordings on CD from the 80's. That's not fair. The "were" in your comment is incorrect. The 80's had excellent mastering and by the time they caught up on how to transfer the analogue recordings to the digital CD, they sounded good. The first Vertigo Black Sabbath CD pressing are a perfect example of this. They sound clear and excellent.

    Madonna's "Like a Virgin" was a full digital recording and it sounds great on CD. Just ask Lass. The Vinyl will only provide better results under the conditions that the record hasn't degraded, which is a common problem in Analogue formats, they degrade over time especially analogue tapes including the master tapes, and if the original recording was recorded using Analogue equipment.

    Digital recordings are forever. The master recordings won't degrade over time which is why they made the change because Analogue tapes degrade over time and degrade based on how many times they are played. That doesn't happen with Digital. The CD might get scratched but if you rip it, you have an exact copy that can be played forever without losing quality. Yes, it is bit locked and the transfer of Analogue to digital depends ion the engineer and they've done good work. They haven't only done horrible transitions.

    The current trend of loud mastering didn't always exist.

  24. AnonymousJune 04, 2020

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  25. AnonymousJune 04, 2020

    Unable to download aac file Can I ask you to make it possible?
    Please let me download aac that doesn't download rock, hard rock tag files. You can get it as a flac file, but I need aac file.

    1. First of all. What AAC file? Second. Do you know where you are? If an AAC file is not available, it's not available. Plain and simple. Third. An AAC link can only be submitted if 2 FLAC links are dead.

      Fourth "Please let me download aac that doesn't download rock, hard rock tag files. You can get it as a flac file, but I need aac file."

      That makes no sense. No exceptions. You cannot request AAC files or request anything in general. Please have some common sense before posting. If English is not your native language, leave a comment in your native language and we will respond to you accordingly.

    2. AnonymousJune 04, 2020

      First of all, my native language is Hangul. I live in Korea, and I can use aac file. Acknowledge that the method of requesting aac is incorrect. I'm sorry, but I have to sort all the music files into the same kind. 1. If two links in the ROCK, HARD ROCK tags are all FLAC files, can aac link be requested? I'd appreciate it if you could know that the sentences are mixed up.

    3. No. The answer is no. You are not allowed to request anything. No requests. Not AAC files or other albums in general.N o exceptions. The rules have always been this way. Once more, an AAC link can only be submitted if 2 FLAC links are dead.

    4. The FLAC links have to be dead before an AAC link is submitted. AAC has only been around on this website for fairly recently. That's why some entries don't have AAC links. This used to be an only FLAC site.

  26. K U D U SJuly 08, 2020

    Hi brother.. how many requests for updated links in one day?.. about 5 GB's user or users?.. thx brother.. (I still do not understand)

    1. No. Mega.nz allows 5GB's of downloads for every 24 hours. The update requests and the amount of files you download is part of the same 5GB's you are given by Mega.nz. In other words, if your download a FLAC file of 300Mb and then request an update for an AAC file of 100 MB, that's still part of your original 5GB's of data from Mega.nz.

      When you request multiple updates at once, the bot is now programmed to warn you when you've reached more than 1 GB of requested updates. At this point, you cannot ask for anymore updates until the next day when Mega.nz resets and gives you another 5GB's to use.

      The reason why the bot stops you from requesting after 1 GB is so that you can still have 4GB's to use for downloading other files. The bigger the files, the less GB's you have for downloading.

      There is no "how many requests in one day" It's dependent on the size of the files you are requesting an update for. Every file has a different size. The amount of requests cannot exceed 1GB. AAC files are smaller. FLAC files are larger. It's all dependent on the size of the files.

    2. K U D U SJuly 09, 2020

      ic.. thx brother fyi..

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      . "all dope flac links was gone": which FLAC links?

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  28. Timid FawnApril 27, 2022

    The addition to add a vinyl section is awesome! these are much cleaner than some of the other rips I downloaded elsewhere and smaller when it comes to file size. I hope you continue to expand this section as I'm sure it must take longer for you guys to make them.

  29. im using a Mac and dont have access to WinRar, what can I use to open the rar. thanks

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