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Today during the 80s in the month of September.

September 1st
  1. 1980 The Shadows’ Change of Address and Supertramp‘s Paris (live) albums were released.
  2. 1981 Hall & Oates‘ Private Eyes album was released.
  3. 1982 Cocteau Twins‘ Garland album was released.
  4. 1983 Tom Waits‘ Swordfishtrombones album was released. Donald Duck Presents premiered on The Disney Channel.
  5. 1984 Jimmy Buffet’s Riddles in the Sand album was released. What’s Love Got to Do with It by Tina Turner became number one on the US Billboard Charts. Kids Incorporated aired on television for the first time. The final episode of the cartoon show Richie Rich aired on television.
  6. 1985 The American-French expedition located the wreckage of the RMS Titanic.
  7. 1989 Motley Crue’s Dr. Feelgood and Susumu Hirasawa‘s Water in Time and Spacealbums were released. The movie Relentless was released.
 
September 2nd
  1. 1980 The Dead Kennedys‘ Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables album was released.
  2. 1981 Ronnie Wood‘s 1234 album was released.
  3. 1985 The talk show, Attitudes premiered on The Lifetime Channel and the situation comedy show, Rocky Road premiered on WTBS.
  4. 1988 The movies Eight Men Out and The Deceivers were released.
  5. 1989 Cold Hearted by Paula Abdul was number one on the US Billboard Charts.
 
September 3rd
  1. 1982 Olivia Newton-John’s Olivia’s Greatest Hits Vol. 2 and Imagination’s In the Heat of the Night albums were released. The movie The Concrete Jungle was released.
  2. 1983 The song Sweet Dreams by Eurythmics made it to number one on the US Billboard Charts.
  3. 1984 Iron Maiden’s Powerslave album was released. Bon Jovi‘s single Bad Medicine was released.
 
September 4th
  1. 1980 The final episode of the television show Angie aired.
  2. 1981 George Strait‘s Strait Country, Gary Numan‘s Dance and Meat Loaf‘s Dead Ringer albums were released. The final episode of The Tom and Jerry Comedy Show aired on television.
  3. 1982 The Who‘s It’s Hard album was released. The song Abracadabra by the Steve Miller Band Hit was number one on the US Billboard Charts.
  4. 1985 Living in the Background‘s Living in the Background album was released. The television show Hell Town premiered on NBC.
  5. 1986 The final episode of the television show Trapper John, M.D. aired.
  6. 1987 Bananarama‘s Wow album was released.
  7. 1988 Kevin Bacon married actress, Kyra Sedgwick.
  8. 1989 Underworld’s Change the Weather album was released. Eureeka’s Castle Premiered on Nick Jr. The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! premiered in syndication.
 
September 5th
  1. 1980 Comsat Angels’ Waiting for a Miracle and Gary Numan’s Telekom albums were released. The movie The Mountain Men was released. The Gotthard Road Tunnel opened in Switzerland, making it the largest highway tunnel at the time.
  2. 1981 Bob Segar & The Silver Bullet Band‘s Nine Tonight Live album was released.
  3. 1983 The cartoon He-Man and the Masters of the Universe premiered in syndication. The final episode of The All New Popeye Hour aired on tv.
  4. 1984 The final episode of Jennifer Slept Here aired on tv.
  5. 1985 John Cougar Mellencamp‘s Scarecrow album was released.
  6. 1986 Skinny Puppy’s Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse was released. The song Money For Nothing by Dire Straits won the "Music Video of the Year" at the 3rd MTV Music Awards. The MTV Music Awards aired on tv.
  7. 1987 Alice Cooper’s Raise Your Fist and Yell, Y&T’s Contagious, Motörhead‘s Rock ‘n’ Roll, Grim Reaper’s Rock You to Hell and Armored Saint‘s Raising Fear albums were released. The final episodes of The Ellen Burstyn Show and The Berenstain Bears aired on tv.
  8. 1988 The game show Fun House and the show Relatively Speaking premiered in syndication.
  9. 1989 Young MC’s Stone Cold Rhymin’, Big Audio Dynamite‘s Megatop Phoenix, Camper Van Beethoven‘s Key Lime Pie, NOFX’s S&M Airlines, Soundgarden’s Louder Than Love and The Tragically Hip‘s Up to Here albums were released.
 
September 6th
  1. 1980 Upside Down by Diana Ross became number one song in America. The children’s show Livewire premiered on Nickelodeon. The cartoon Tom and Jerry Comedy Show premiered on CBS.
  2. 1982 Peter Gabriel’s Peter Gabriel/Security, Icehouse’s Primitive Man, Frida’s Something’s Going On and Johnny Cash’s The Adventures of Johnny Cash albums were released.
  3. 1983 Cindy Lauper’s Girls Just Want To Have Fun single was released.
  4. 1985 Michael Jackson purchased the publishing rights for majority of the Beatles' catalog.
  5. 1986 Venus by Bananarama became the number one song in America. WWF Superstars of Wrestling premiered in syndication. The cartoon The Flintstone Kids premiered on ABC.
  6. 1987 Madonna ended the Who's That Girl tour in Florence, Italy.
  7. 1988 New Kids on the Block‘s Hangin’ Tough was released.
  8. 1989 Lenny Kravitz‘s Let Love Rule and Faster Pussycat‘s Wake Me When It’s Over albums were released. The MTV Music Awards aired.
 
September 7
  1. 1980 Kate Bush’s Never for Ever album was released.
  2. 1981 Matt Johnson‘s Burning Blue Soul album was released.
  3. 1982 Kool & The Gang‘s As One album was released.
  4. 1983 The movie Revenge of the Ninja was released.
  5. 1984 Sheena Easton‘s A Private Heaven, Mercyful Fate’s Don't Break the Oath, Jethro Tull‘s Under Wraps and Queensrÿche‘s The Warning albums were released. The movie The Brother from Another Planet was released. Janet Jackson eloped With Singer James DeBarge
  6. 1985 St. Elmo’s Fire by John Parr Hit #1 on the US Billboard Charts. NFL Countdown premiered on ESPN. Small Wonder and What’s Happening Now!! premiered in syndication. The cartoon shows The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo, Star Wars: Droids and Ewoks aired on tv.
  7. 1986 Superior Court premiered in syndication. The NFL used instant replay for the first time.
  8. 1987 Michael Jackson‘s single Bad was released. Pet Shop Boys‘ Actually, Mike Oldfield‘s Islands, Reba McEntire’s The Last One to Know and Pink Floyd’s A Momentary Lapse of Reason albums were released.
  9. 1988 Metallica‘s And Justice For All album was released.
 
September 8th
  1. 1980 Time Square album by Various Artists was released. The movie Battle Beyond the Stars was released.
  2. 1982 Kim Carnes Voyeur album was released.
  3. 1983 The television show We Got it Made premiered on NBC.
  4. 1984 The cartoon shows The Pink Panther and Sons, Challenge of the Gobots, Dragons’ Lair and Mighty Orbots aired for the first time on tv. The final episode of The Flintstone Funnies aired on tv.
  5. 1986 The B-52’s Bouncing off the Satellites album was released. The Oprah Winfrey Show, Nightlife Starring David Brenner with Billy Preston, Ghostbusters and SilverHawks premiered in syndication on tv.
  6. 1987 Mr. Mister’s Go On… and Rush’s Hold Your Fire albums were released.
  7. 1988 Bad Religion‘s Suffer album was released.
  8. 1989 The movie Kickboxer was released.
 
September 9th
  1. 1980 Peter’s Criss Out of Control album was released. The movie Phobia was released.
  2. 1982 Rush’s Signals album was released.
  3. 1983 The movie Nightmares was released. Lottery! first aired on tv.
  4. 1985 Todd Rundgren‘s A Cappella and Miles Davis‘s You're Under Arrest albums were released. The cartoon She-Ra: Princess of Power aired on tv.
  5. 1986 The Wizard first aired on television.
  6. 1987 Love and Rockets‘ Earth, Sun, Moon album was released.
  7. 1988 The movies Moon over Parador and Running on Empty were released.
  8. 1989 Hangin’ Tough by The New Kids on the Block became the number one song in America. American Gladiators premiered in syndication.
 
September 10th

1980

Movies
  1. Exterminator was released.
1981

TV
  1. Best of the West premiered on ABC.
1982

Music
  1. Gary Numan‘s fourth album I’ Assasin was released.
  2. Dianna Ross’s thirteenth album Silk Electric was released.
Movies
  1. Endangered Species was released.
1983

Music
  1. The song Maniac by Michael Sembello Became the number one in America.
TV
  1. The cartoon Rubik, the Amazing Cube premiered on ABC.
  2. The cartoon The New Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Show premiered on ABC.
1984

Music
  1. The Cult’s debut album Dreamtime was released.
TV
  1. The cartoon Voltron: Defender of the Universe premiered in syndication.
1985

Music
  1. Starship’s debut album Knee Deep in the Hoopla was released.
1986

TV
  1. It's Garry Shandling's Show premiered on Showtime.
1987
Music
  1. Big Black’s second album Songs About Fucking was released.
1988
Music
  1. Sweet Child o’ Mine song by Guns N’ Roses became number one in America.
TV
  1. Baby Boom premiered on NBC.
  2. The Completely Mental Misadventures of Ed Grimley premiered on NBC.
  3. Kids’ Court Premiered in Syndication.
  4. The cartoon A Pup Named Scooby-Doo premiered on ABC.
  5. The cartoon ALF Tales premiered on NBC.
  6. The cartoon The New Adventures of Beany and Cecil premiered on ABC.
 
September 11th

Music

  1. 1981 Ultravox’s 5th album Rage in Eden album was released.
  2. 1982 Hard to Say I’m Sorry by Chicago Hit #1 on the US Billboard Charts.
  3. 1984 Donna Summer‘s 12th album Cats Without Claws was released.
  4. 1986 Triumph’s 8th album The Sport of Kings was released.
  5. 1987 Jethro Tull‘s 16th album Crest of Knave and The Temptations’ 32nd album Together Again were released.
  6. 1988 GWAR’s debut album Hell-O was released.
  7. 1989 Eurythmics‘ 7th album We Too Are One and Melissa Etheridge‘s 2nd album Brave and Crazy were released.
Movies
  1. 1981 Night School was released.
  2. 1987 The Curse was released.
TV
  1. 1986 Our House premiered on NBC.
  2. 1988 The game show 3rd Degree premiered in syndication.
 
September 12th

Music
  1. 1980 Simple Minds’ 3rd album Empires and Dance, XTC‘s 4th album Black Sea and David Bowie‘s 13th album Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) were released.
  2. 1981 Simple Minds’ 5th album Sons and Fascination/Sister Feelings Called was released.
  3. 1983 Saga’s 5th album Heads or Tales, UB40’s 4th album Labour of Love were released.
  4. 1984 Billy Ocean‘s 5th album Suddenly, Talking Heads‘ sound track album Stop Making Sense and The dB's 3rd album Like This were released.
  5. 1985 Kiss’s 13th album Asylum was released.
  6. 1987 Skinny Puppy‘s 4th album VIVIsectVI was released.
  7. 1988 Kix’s 4th album Blow My Fuse was released.
  8. 1989 Aerosmith‘s 10th album Pump, Liza Minnelli‘s 9th album Results and Jane Siberry‘s 5th album Bound By the Beauty were released.
Movies
  1. 1980 He Knows You're Alone was relaeased.
  2. 1986 'night, Mother and Avenging Force were released.
  3. 1988 Miles from Home was released.
TV
  1. 1981 The cartoon shows Goldie Gold and Action Jack premiered on ABC. The Smurfs, Space Stars, The Kid Super Power Hour with Shazam! and Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends premiered on NBC. The Kwicky Koala Show and Trollkins premiered on CBS. Spider-Man premiered in syndication.
  2. 1982 The cartoon show Blackstar on CBS.
  3. 1983 The cartoon shows G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero and Inspector Gadget premiered in syndication.
  4. 1987 Showtime at the Apollo premiered in syndication. The cartoons My Pet Monster premiered on ABC and The New Archies premiered on NBC. The game show I'm Telling! premiered on NBC. The final episode of the cartoon Popeye and Son aired. The final episode of the tv show Down and Out in Beverly Hills aired.
  5. 1988 USA Today: The Television Show premiered in syndication. The game shows Wipeout and Sweethearts premiered in syndication.
  6. 1989 The television shows Life Goes On and Chicken Soup premiered on ABC.
 
September 13th

Music
  1. 1984 Kiss’ 12th album Animalize and Diana Ross‘ 14th album Swept Away were released.
  2. 1985 Stevie Wonder‘s 20th album In Square Circle was released.
  3. 1986 The song Take My Breath Away by Berlin made it to #1 on the US Billboard Charts.
  4. 1987 Tanita Tikaram‘s debut album Ancient Heart was released.
  5. 1988 Suicidal Tendencies‘ 3rd album How Will I Laugh Tomorrow When I Can't Even Smile Today, Ice-T‘s 2nd album Power, Jeff Healey Band‘s debut album See the Light, King Diamond’s 3rd album Them and Fishbone 2nd album Truth and Soul were released.
  6. 1989 Tina Turner‘s 7th album Foreign Affair was released.
Music News
  1. 1989 Elton John played a free concert at Central Park in front of 400,000 people.
  2. 1985 The 2nd annual MTV Music awards aired.
Movies
  1. 1984 A Soldier's Story was released.
  2. 1985 After Hours was released.
Television
  1. 1980 Solid Gold premiered in syndication. The cartoon show The Lone Ranger premiered on ABC.
  2. 1982 The final episode of Lou Grant aired.
  3. 1984 Glitter premiered on ABC.
  4. 1986 The television show Siskel & Ebert (At The Movies) and The Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling premiered in syndication. Easy Street and Private Eye premiered in syndication. The cartoon show Kissyfur premiered on NBC. The cartoon shows The Real Ghostbusters and Pound Puppies premiered on ABC. The cartoon shows Teen Wolf and Wildfire premiered on CBS.
  5. 1987 The television show Private Eye premiered on NBC.
 
September 14th

Music
  1. 1981 Billy Joel’s Live Album Souls in the Attic, Diana Ross’s 12th album Why Do Fools Fall in Love and Iron Maiden’s Maiden Japan EP were released.
  2. 1984 Dokken’s 2nd album Tooth and Nail was released. The first MTV Video Music Awards were held in New York City, with Madonna performing her "Like a Virgin" performance.
  3. 1987 Cliff Richard‘s 28th album Always Guaranteed, TPau’s debut album Bridge of Spies, Public Image Ltd‘s 6th album Happy? and Mick Jagger‘s 2nd album Primitive Cool were released. Belinda Carlisle‘s single Heaven is a Place on Earth was released.
  4. 1989 Bad Brains‘ 4th album Quickness was released.
No Movies were released today during the 80s.
Television

  1. 1981 The television show Entertainment Tonight premiered in syndication.
  2. 1984 The television show Hawaiian Heat premiered on ABC.
  3. 1985 The television show The Golden girls premiered on NBC. The cartoon shows Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears and It's Punky Brewster premiered on NBC. The cartoon shows Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling, The Berenstain Bears, Jim Henson's Little Muppet Monsters and The Wuzzles premiered on CBS. The cartoon show The Care Bears premiered syndication.
  4. 1986 The cartoon show The New Adventures of Jonny Quest premiered syndication.
  5. 1987 Dinosaucers, Maxie's World and Bravestarr premiered syndication. The television show Frank's Place premiered on CBS.
 
  1. September 15th

Music
  1. 1980 John Cougar Mellencamp‘s 4th album Nothin’ Matters and What If It Does was released.
  2. 1983 Huey Lewis and the News‘ 3rd album Sports was released.
  3. 1984 Motörhead‘s compilation album No Remorse was released.
  4. 1986 Cyndi Lauper‘s 2nd album True Colors, Elvis Costello and the Attractions‘ 11th album Blood & Chocolate, Love and Rockets 2nd album Express, Ric Ocasek‘s second album and Talking Heads‘ 7th album True Stories were released.
  5. 1987 Donna Summer‘s 13th album All Systems Go, Ramones 10th album Halfway to Sanity and Tiffany‘s debut album Tiffany were released.
Movies
  1. 1988 War Party was released.
  2. 1988 Sea of Love and The Big Picture were released.
Television
  1. 1984 The television show Pryor's Place and The Get Along Gang premiered on CBS. The cartoon shows Muppet Babies and Pole Position premiered on CBS. The cartoon show Snorks premiered on NBC. The cartoon show Turbo Teen premiered on ABC.
  2. 1986 The television show L.A. Law premiered on NBC. The television show Zoobilee Zoo premiered in syndication. The cartoon shows My Little Pony and Rambo: The Force of Freedom premiered in syndication.
News
  1. 1980 Sandra Day O'Connor became the first female Justice of the Supreme Court.
 
September 16th

Music
  1. 1983 Gary Numan’s 5th album Warriors and The Motels 4th album Little Robbers were released.
  2. 1984 Deep Purple’s 11th album Perfect Strangers was released.
  3. 1985 Alabama’s Alabama Christmas album, The Waterboys’ 3rd final album This Is the Sea and Kate Bush‘s 5th album Hounds of Love were released.
  4. 1988 Talk Talk‘s 4th album Spirit of Eden was released.
  5. 1989 The song Don’t Want to Lose You by Gloria Estefan was number one on the US Billboard Charts.
Movies
  1. 1983 Strange Invaders and Vigilante were released.
  2. 1988 Messenger of Death and Tougher Than Leather were released.
Television
  1. 1983 The television Webster premiered on ABC.
  2. 1984 The television shows Miami Vice and Punky Brewster premiered on NBC. E/R premiered on CBS.
  3. 1985 The talk show America premiered in syndication. The game show Break the Bank premiered in syndication. The cartoon The Jetsons premiered in syndication.
  4. 1986 The television show Jack and Mike premiered on ABC. The final episode of the cartoon show Superfriends aired.
  5. 1987 The television shows Wiseguy and the Oldest Rookie premiered on CBS.
  6. 1989 The television show Sister Kate premiered on NBC. The television show Homeroom premiered on ABC. The cartoon shows Dink, the Little Dinosaur, The California Raisin Show and Rude Dog & the Dweebs premiered CBS. The Pilot for the cartoon show X-Men aired. The cartoon show Ring Raiders premiered in syndication. The final episode of Simon & Simon.
 
September 17th

Music
  1. 1980 Oingo Boingo‘s EP Oingo Boingo and The Doobie Brothers‘ 9th album One Step Closer were released.
  2. 1982 Philip Lynott‘s 2nd album The Philip Lynott Album was released.
  3. 1985 Ready for the World‘s debut album Ready for the World, Thompson Twins 5th album Here's to Future Days and Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam‘s debut album Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam with Full Force were released.
  4. 1988 Run-D.M.C.‘s 4th album Tougher Than Leather was released.
Movie
No movies released today.

Television
  1. 1982 The Powers of Matthew Star premiered on NBC.
  2. 1983 The television show Benji, Zax & the Alien Prince premiered on CBS. The cartoon shows Alvin and the Chipmunks and Mister T premiered on NBC. The cartoon shows Biskitts, The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show, Dungeons & Dragons and Saturday Supercade premiered on CBS.
  3. 1984 The cartoon show The Transformers premiered in syndication.
  4. 1986 The television show Head of the Class premiered on ABC.
  5. 1987 The television show Out of This World premiered in syndication.
  6. 1988 The television show Rin Tin Tin: K-9 Cop premiered on The Family Channel. The television show Hey Vern, It's Ernest! premiered on CBS. The cartoon show Garfield and Friends and Superman and premiered on CBS. The cartoon show Fantastic Max premiered in syndication.
  7. 1989 The television show Major Dad premiered on CBS.
News
  1. 1984 Vanessa Williams was the First African-American to win the Miss America pageant.
 
September 18th

Music
  1. 1981 Genesis’ 11th album Abacab.
  2. 1982 Twisted Sister‘s debut album Under the Blade.
  3. 1983 Dokken’s debut album Breaking the Chains.
  4. 1985 The Replacements‘ 4th album Tim.
  5. 1989 Bob Dylan‘s 26th album Oh Mercy. Spandau Ballet‘S 6th album Heart Like a Sky. All’s 2nd album Allroy’s Revenge.
Movies
  1. 1981 Mommie Dearest, Continental Divide and Raggedy Man.
  2. 1987 Fatal Attraction, The Pick-up Artist, Amazon Women on the Moon and Maurice.
Television
  1. 1982 The cartoon shows The Gary Coleman Show, The Flintstones Funnies, The Incredible Hulk, Gilligan's Planet, Meatballs & Spaghetti and Pandemonium premiered.
  2. 1983 The television show Hardcastle and McCormick premiered.
  3. 1984 The television show Hunter premiered. The final episode of Three’s Company aired.
  4. 1985 The television shows The Equalizer, Charlie & Co., George Burns and Stir Crazy premiered.
  5. 1986 The television show Crime Story premiered.
  6. 1987 The cartoon show DuckTales premiered in syndication.
  7. 1989 The television shows Hard Copy, Alien Nation and The Famous Teddy Z premiered.
News
  1. 1983 The Rock Band Kiss appeared on MTV without makeup.
  2. 1984 Joe Kittinger completed the first solo balloon crossing of the Atlantic Ocean.
 
September 19th

Music
  1. 1980 White Spirit‘s first and only album White Spirit was released.
  2. 1981 Triumph‘s 5th album Allied Forces Was release.
  3. 1986 Luther Vandross‘ 5th album Give Me the Reason and Megadeth’s 2nd album Peace Sells... but Who's Buying? was released.
  4. 1988 Cocteau Twins‘ 5th album Blue Bell Knoll, Bon Jovi‘s 4th album New Jersey, Anthrax’s 4th album, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds’ 5th album Tender Prey, Enya‘s 2nd album Watermark and Kix’s 4th album Blow My Fuse were released.
  5. 1989 David Bowie‘s Box Set Sound + Vision and New Kids on the Block‘s 3rd album Merry, Merry Christmas were released.
Movies
  1. 1980 Melvin and Howard was released.
  2. 1984 Amadeus was released.
  3. 1986 The Name of the Rose, Blue Velvet and The Men's Club were released.
  4. 1987 Big Shots was released.
Television
  1. 1982 The television show Seven Brides for Seven Brothers premiered.
  2. 1983 The television show Love Connection premiered in syndication. The final episode of the game show Press Your Luck aired.
  3. 1984 The television show Highway to Heaven premiered.
  4. 1986 The television show Starman premiered.
  5. 1987 The television shows She's the Sheriff and Marblehead Manor premiered in syndication. The television show Once a Hero premiered. The cartoon shows Hello Kitty's Furry Tale Theater and Popeye and Son premiered.
  6. 1989 The television shows Doogie Howser, M.D. and Island Son premiered.
News
  1. 1981 Simon & Garfunkel performed a free reunion concert in New York City's Central Park.
  2. 1987 The song I Just Can’t Stop Loving You by Michael Jackson and Siedah Garrett became number one in America.
 
September 20th

Music
  1. 1980 Ozzy Osbourne‘s debut album Blizzard of Ozz was released.
  2. 1982 Dire Straits‘ 4th album Love Over Gold was released.
  3. 1983 Renaissance‘s 11th album Time-Line was released.
  4. 1986 This Mortal Coil‘s 2nd album Filigree & Shadow was released.
  5. 1988 Luther Vandross‘ 6th album Any Love, BulletBoys’ debut album BulletBoys and Billy Bragg‘s 4th album Workers Playtime were released.
  6. 1989 Workers Playtime‘s 2nd album Velveteen was released.
Movies
  1. 1985 Plenty, Invasion U.S.A., The Journey of Natty Gann and Maxie were released.
  2. 1986 Down by Law was released.
Television
  1. 1982 The game show Child's Play premiered.
  2. 1983 The television show Just Our Luck premiered.
  3. 1985 The television shows The Cosby Show and Who’s the Boss premiered.
  4. 1986 The television shows The Ellen Burstyn Show, Heart of the City and Life With Lucy premiered.
  5. 1987 The television shows The Highwayman and My Two Dads premiered.
  6. 1989 A Peaceable Kingdom, The Young Riders and The Nutt House premiered.
Highlights
  1. 1983 The First ARMS charity concert was held at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
  2. 1986 The song Stuck With You by Huey Lewis and the News became number one in America.
 
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