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07
March
2019

Arcade: Duncan Laurence reveals his Dutch 2019 Eurovision entry

Arcade: Duncan Laurence reveals his Dutch 2019 Eurovision entry

Duncan Laurance

Duncan will sing “Arcade” representing the Netherlands in Tel Aviv, Israel in May. Today, the song was finally aired providing us the opportunity to hear the song the broadcaster said ‘blew them away’.

Back in January, Dutch broadcaster AVROTROS presented Duncan Laurence as their participants for the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest. He was chosen despite not matching what the broadcaster initially aimed for; a well established act like they have chosen in recent years. Duncan however had something, which the internal committee fell for; a fantastic powerful song, which blew everyone away.

We were blown away by this song. It is so powerful that we have unanimously decided that Duncan is our man

Eric van Stade, AVROTROS

With those words from the broadcaster, many were very curious to hear the song. Could the Netherlands be on the way to their first win since 1975? Or is no one else blown away? You can now judge for yourself as the song the 2014 The Voice participant will sing in Tel Aviv has just been released.

How the Dutch got back on track at Eurovision

After failing to reach the final of the Eurovision Song Contest eight! years in a row, the Dutch broadcaster took at good look at their approach and changed things for the 2013 contest. Now, it would be well established acts and songwriters with a proven record that would represent them – and it paid off immediately.

In 2013, Anouk finished 9th with the song Birds. The following year, The Common Linnets took Europe by storm and came second. Despite Trijntje Oosterhuis not qualifying for the final in 2015, the broadcaster stood firm by their plan, and in the past three years, there has been no doubt about the Dutch entries reaching the final.

Can Duncan Laurence do that too despite the broadcaster going away from the plan, which worked so well since 2013? Time will tell. The Netherlands have been drawn into the second half of the second semi-final.

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07
March
2019

Luca Hänni to represent Switzerland – She Got Me officially released now

Luca Hänni

The Swiss 2019 Eurovision entry has now been released. It is up to “She Got Me” to bring the country back in to the final that they missed out on the last four years in a row. It’s a strong song so it does look promising.

Note: The song leaked earlier today and was uploaded to YouTube illegally, but on EuroVisionary.com we do not support illegal uploads. This is why we waited for the official release.

The traditional “Die Entscheidungsshow” had been dropped in an attempt to achieve better Eurovision results. Instead they introduced a selection process where a combination of a Swiss 100 people jury and a 21-people international jury selected the participant that would represent Switzerland at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest.

Several former Eurovision participants were included in the international jury: Tinkara Kovač (Slovenia 2014), Ovidiu Jacobsen (Romania 2010 and 2014), Helga Möller (Iceland 1986) and Ruth Lorenzo (Spain 2014).

As one of the last countries yet to present their artist, Switzerland today finally revealed their participant and their song for this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. Listen to the song in the video below – and in case you think he looks familia; Luca announced the Swiss points at the 2017 points. In 2016, he was one of the jury members for Switzerland.

The song is written by Luca Hänni himself along with Laurell Barker, Frazer Mac, Jon Hällgren and Lukas Hällgren. This is the third song this year, Laurell Barker is credited for along with Germany and United Kingdom. Laurell Barker is Canadian and wrote the Swiss Eurovision entry last year; Stones. In the Danish final, Barker co-wrote LeeLoo’s That Vibe.

Poor Swiss results recently

Since the introduction of semi-finals in 2004, things have been quite bad for the Switzerland so it’s perfectly understandable that they felt it is time to try something new.

4 qualifications to the final and 11 failed attempts. That’s the basic facts about the newer Swiss Eurovision history (since 2004). The last time we saw the country in the Saturday’s final show goes back to Sebalter’s Hunter of Stars in 2014. He charmed himself into the hearts of many Eurovision fans so expectations were high as he was one the submitted artists for the 2019 selection. Unfortunately, he was quickly eliminated.

Switzerland have been drawn into the first half of the second semi-final thus this year’s Swiss participant will compete on the 16th of May.

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07
March
2019

ZENA will represent Belarus at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 with the song Like It

ZENA will represent Belarus at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 with the song Like It

ZENA

Tonight saw the second last National Final of the 2019 season take place in Minsk where Belarus have chosen ZENA to represent the country at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest.

Ten acts participated tonight and in the end ZENA won the contest hosted by broadcaster National State Television and Radio Company of the Republic of Belarus (BTRC). Belarus will perform on May 14 in the first half of the first semi final in Tel Aviv.

The show was hosted by ex-Belarusian entrant Teo, along with Olga Ryzhikova. There was no messing about tonight. The act sang the song and the jury voted for it as soon as it was finished. None of the acts looked very pleased after they scored lower than ZENA with her 69 points.

Contents

  • 1 The Songs
  • 2 The Results
  • 3 Belarus At The Eurovision Song Contest

The Songs

Michael SoulHumanize

Tonight’s show was opened by one of the pre-contest favourites. A red flickering light opened the performance and Michael looked as if he was dressed in a Japanese kimono, but when he walked it was just a coat, while he stood behind a flowered pattern. As per the title of the song there wasn’t much of a human touch to this very electronic song. Lots of crashing, banging and screaming. Very metallic.

ZENA Like It

All in white ZENA actually has one of the best pop songs in all of the National selections this year. This is a very catchy song, which is helped greatly by four female backing singers. The song grows and grows at it proceeds. The video wall in the back randomly showed some of the lyrics of the song. Mainly like it over and over, but still a pretty powerful performance.

Eva KoganRun

A sweeping violin introduced this song and continued all the way through. It was the best thing about this song. The song itself was a ballad which crawled along at a snail’s pace. Eva looked well standing stagnant on a podium, all in white, but due to the nature of the song didn’t move much. The song kicked up a notch as it entered the final verse and chorus but by that time it was probably too late.

BLGN & Mirex Champion

This was a very good powerful soul number from this male duo. The excellent vocals and pounding electric piano produced a very distinctive beat. Three backing singers helped but they really were not needed as Alex Blgn  filled the studio with his voice alone. Very popular with the audience.

Sebastian RoosNever Getting Close

Four female backing vocalists helped Swedish Sebastian with his song which he described as rock. However while there may have been some guitars in the song, this was more of a power ballad than true rock. Sebastian certainly sang the song well enough but there was nothing to really make it stand out. Teo thought the song was beautiful.

See alsoBeovizija 2019: Nevena Božović will represent Serbia at this years Eurovision Song Contest

Alyona Gorbachova Can We Dream

Alyona set out to give Roko from Croatia a run for his money with the feathers and wings. Sewed into a very tight white dress and the earlier mentioned feathers, this was another emotive ballad – and boy did Alyona emote. Similar in structure to Mika Newton’s Angel, the vocals could not be faulted, although the song lacked a certain something needed to win.

PROvokatsiya Running Away from the Sun

A little bit of rapping from what looked like Belarus’s answer to Years and Years, in looks if not In sound. Three female dancers jiggled around to the minimalistic thumping beat. This song had a lot of la la la’s in it. One that seemed to appeal more to the younger members of the audience. A good attempt at something modern. The duo looked very trendy and youthful in their kind of matching silver and black costumes.

AuraCaravala

Haunting pan pipes promised much at the beginning of this song, but it was down hill from there. Aura had the fanciest staging of the night, with an illuminated purple and pink tree behind her. She was dressed in a purple and black concoction that she may have sewed up herself. She was accompanied by a female dancer who also wore the same garb. More visually than audibly appealing.

NAPOLI – Let It Go

NAPOLI, now a solo artist, Olga Shimanskaya is back for another attempt. This is a slow ballad and a dancer was still needed to fill the stage. The chorus was quite memorable. NAPOLI was dressed in white lace dress that seemed to run out of material as it got nearer her ankles. There were a few missed notes here tonight and the wind machine was used to full effect. A good enough attempt.

KeySi No Love Lost

After a couple of quieter entries, KeySi came crashing on to the stage, with another electronic based song. Dressed in a green long coat, she was accompanied by two male dancers, and three backing vocalists. The dancing was better than the song, although presentation wise this was as good as anything tonight.

The Results

The songs were judged by a professional jury panel. There was no public vote this year. The jury included Dmitry Koldun. Each jury member awarded the song a score from 0-10 as soon as it had been performed.

Jury TotalPosition
Michael Soul594
ZENA691
Eva Kogan5410
BLGN & Mirex652
Sebastian Roos623
Alyona Gorbachova594
PROvokatsiya558
Aura558
NAPOLI587
KeySi594

Belarus At The Eurovision Song Contest

This year will be the 16th time Belarus participates in the contest having made its debut in 2004 the same year that the semi finals began.

Unfortunately on their first attempt Belarus did not qualify to the final with My Galileo by Aleksandra and Konstantin.

It wasn’t until their fourth attempt that Belarus made the final when Dmitry Koldun did very well by finishing in 6th place with Work Your Magic. To date this is the only time Belarus has finished in the Top 10.

They have failed to qualify to the final on ten of their fifteen attempts. Of the other four entries to reach the final Alyona Lanskaya and Teo did best by both finishing in 16th place with Solayoh and Cheesecake in 2013 and 2014. Last year Alekseev failed to reach the final with the song Forever.

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07
March
2019

Greece 2019: Katerine Duska’s Better Love released

Greece 2019: Katerine Duska’s Better Love released

Katerine Duska

Can the mid-tempo pop song “Better Love” bring Greece back to the top of scoreboard? In the past three years, the country failed to reach the final twice, but the broadcaster believe they have a winning song this year.

In recent years, it hasn’t been fun being a Greek fan. Greece use to be a country who would reach the final every time, and very often bring home good results as well. From 2001 to 2013 (both years included) their artists landed a top 10 result 10 times!

Utopian Land changed things in 2016. The song by band Argo finished 16th in their semi-final where top 10 would qualify. Though the Greek fans had seen it coming with that song, it was still a chock to many to realise that Greece could miss out of the final. Just two years later, in 2018 Yianna Terzi also missed out on the final.

Following the poor results, Greek fans asked for changes – and they got it. Broadcaster ERT changed their Eurovision team to some who implemented a different approach, and at least to the fans, it looked like they cared more. The result, this year’s Greek Eurovision entry, can be heard in the video below. The song is written by Katerine Duska herself together with Leon Of Athens and David Sneddon.

At ERT’s presentation of the song this evening, CEO Ioannis Drosos said that Greece is in it to win it, this year. They believe they have the song, which can win the Eurovision Song Contest.

Katerina Duska is a Greek-Canadian singer. She got her breakthrough in 2013 with the song One In A Million, which became a big hit in Greece. Following that, she released her first album, Embodiment, two years later.

When speaking about her performance in Tel Aviv, Katerina revealed a girl power performance. To Greek TV this morning, she said that her backing vocals as well as dancers all will be females – and that she will be joined by five of them.

Greece at the Eurovision Song Contest

Since their debut in 1974, Greece has taken part in the contest 39 times and only failed to reach the final twice. They have finished in top 10 a total of 17 times. So far, the stats looks quite OK, but when you look closer you realise that their last top 10 goes back to 2013 and that their two missed qualifications came within the past three years.

The country won once, in 2005 by Helena Paparizou’s and now her legendary My Number One. Three years later, Kalomira finished third with the song My Secret Combination.

Whether or not, Katerine Duska found her secret combination which can bring her country back to the top of the scoreboard, we’ll have to wait and see, but the Greek fans do have high expectations to her song Better Love to be able to do well.

At the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest, Greece will take part in the first semi-final where they have been drawn into the second half. Cyprus is also allocated to this semi-final.

Lyrics for Better Love

Live for the mess
Make me feel ageless
No pain, no gain
Teach me carelessness

And I’m about to see all that’s made up
And everything they want from us
No pain, no gain
Once bitten, make way

And I can’t hide it
I won’t fight this
Yearning feeling inside

Gotta get

Better love, better love
All that we’re after
Way to love, who you love

There’s nothing more to say to back it up when I’m
unafraid, I‘ve lost enough
Go on, hold on for dear life

‘Cause I can’t hide it
I won’t fight this
Burning feeling inside

Gotta get

Better love, better love
All that we’re after
Way to love, who you love

Won’t you lean on me
You can lean on me
Let them look, don’t know, don’t care
Go deep with me
Go deep with me
Go deep with me

Better love, better love
All that we’re after
Way to love, who you love

What you waiting for, what you waiting fo-or, what you waiting for?
Better love, who you love

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06
March
2019

Cyprus 2019: Tamta’s entry Replay released

Cyprus 2019: Tamta’s entry Replay released

Tamta

“Replay” is a modern, contemporary and well produced upbeat song that includes the vibes that overwhelmingly remind of Cyprus’ entry from last year. Today, Cypriot broadcaster CyBC released their 2019 Eurovision entry.

Last year Cyprus came very close to win the Eurovision Song Contest for the very first time as Eleni Foureira finished 2nd in Lisbon with the catchy dance song Fuego. Following this great result, expectations to this year’s Cypriot representative among fans and medias were pretty high. The artist, who the Cypriot broadcaster picked last December to take up the torch carried by Eleni is 38-years-old Tamta. The title of the song she is going to perform in Tel Aviv is Replay.

Contents

  • 1 Who is Tamta
  • 2 The team behind Replay
  • 3 Lyrics for Replay
  • 4 Cyprus in the Eurovision Song Contest 

Who is Tamta

Tamta’s real name is Tamta Goduadze. She was born and raised in Georgia. At the age of 21, she moved to Greece and took part in the talent show “Super Idol” finishing second. So far ,Tamta has released four studio albums and with many top ten hits she is definitely one of the biggest name on the Greek pop scene.

Back in 2007 she participated in the Greek national final for the Eurovision Song Contest, finishing 3rd with the song With Love. Apart from singing, Tamta has also been a mentor on “X Factor Georgia” in 2014 and “X Factor Greece” in 2016. She also starred in musicals such as “Rent” and “Cabaret”.

The team behind Replay

Replay is written and composed by Alexander “Alex P” Papaconstantinou. He was assisted by Sweden-based songwriters Teddy Skye, Viktor Svensson, Kristoffer “Bonn” Fogelmark and Albin Nedler. Alex P is a Greek-Swedish songwriter and music producer, who has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest several times before as a co-songwriter. Back in 2007, he came 7th with the song Yassou Maria which represented Greece. In 2009 he was involved in Azerbaijan’s entry Always, which finished 3rd. In 2012 Alex P co-wrote the Cypriot entry La La Love, which came 16th. His best attempt was Fuego, runner-up from last year. 

Lyrics for Replay

[Verse 1]

You’ve got a problem, 2AM I’m in your head

Let’s just be honest tonight

Only I can solve it

You’re twisting, turning in your bed

Them sheets need my body tonight

[Pre-Chorus]

That’s when you call me, that’s when you call me

Say you’re feeling lonely

Early in the morning, early in the morning

Time is moving slowly

We keep it undercover

I know you miss the taste

My heart beats like an 808

[Chorus]

You need my love on replay

Replay, replay, replay, yeah

You need my love on replay

Replay, replay, replay, yeah

[Verse 2]

You’re stuck on me darlin’

Like a love song on repeat

Yeah, you’ve got a problem, alright

And I know I’m the one to blame

Because I make you scream my name

And baby, I’m all in tonight

[Pre-Chorus]

That’s when you call me, that’s when you call me

Say you’re feeling lonely

Early in the morning, early in the morning

Time is moving slowly

We keep it undercover

I know you miss the taste

My heart beats like an 808

[Chorus]

You need my love on replay

Replay, replay, replay, yeah

You need my love on replay

Replay, replay, replay, yeah

Cyprus in the Eurovision Song Contest 

Cyprus has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 35 times since making its debut back in 1981. Their first entry was Monika performed by Island, finishing 6th in Dublin. The country scored their worst result in the contest in 1986, when they came 16th and last with the song Tora Zo, performed by Elpida.

Eleni Foureira scored the best result for Cyprus so far finishing 2nd in Lisbon last year.

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03
March
2019

Beovizija 2019: Nevena Božović will represent Serbia at this years Eurovision Song Contest

Nevena Božović

Nevena Božović is heading to Tel Aviv in May to represent Serbia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 having just won the Beovzija competiton which was held in Belgrade.

Serbia have drawn the first half of the first semi final and will therefore perform on Tuesday May 14 2019.

Contents

  • 1 The Hosts
  • 2 The Show
  • 3 The Songs
  • 4 The Results
  • 5 Serbia At The Eurovision Song Contest

The Hosts

The hosts for the final were the same four people who hosted a semi final between them. They are Dragana Kosjerina, Ivan Mihailović, Nebojša Milovanović and Ana Babić.

Dragana was born in Belgrade and started her career  at 17 as a model before becoming a popular sports commentator. in Serbia, which she did right up to 2015. Dragana is engaged to a dentist back home.

Ivan was born in 1989  and is best known as a film and television actor, in the series Military Army. Ivan won the Serbian version of Dancing With The Stars.

Nebojša was born in 1974 and was most famous for starring in The Merchant Of Venice.

Finally Ana is a well known presenter on Serbian television.

The ladies were dressed in gold and silver tonight, with the two men in smart suits. It must also be pointed out that the annoying lady, Kristina Radenković from the Green Room from 2008 when Serbia hosted the contest was still here and was equally annoying tonight. Gee whizz.

The Show

The show began with a look back at when Abba won the Eurovision Song Contest for Sweden 1974, which only confirmed there has never been a better entry in all those years. The Serbian hosts and team then performed the song, all sequins and long boots. A sequence then followed of some of the Eurovision mishaps throughout the years.

No surprise tonight that the interval act was the Eurovision king of Serbia, Željko Joksimović  who started with the song Lane Moje, which placed 2nd for Serbia and Montenegro in 2004. There then followed a flashback video of Željko’s time at Eurovision 2012 which unfortunately highlighted that all the ex-Yugoslav countries were responsible for all the 12 points he received. This led into a performance of the third placer for Serbia that year, Nije ljubav stvar. A video then highlighted the other songs that Željko wrote for Eurovision, including Oro and Adio and reminded us that he co-hosted the 2008 contest. He was the one who didn’t do all the screaming if you can remember that far back.

Željko also went on to perform some of his other Serbian favourites including Ludak Kao Ja.

The Songs

The songs were introduced in batches of three at a time.

Saška JanksDa li čuješ moj glas

Pink haired Saška opened the show all in the dark tonight. Her hair was matched by the pink lights on stage. Two dancers pranced around her while she wore a white smock and silver boots. The song has a plain simple verse leading into a strong chorus. Strings break up the song in the middle allowing for one more verse and two rousing choruses to end. She was a backing vocalist at the 2010, 2011 and 2015 contests.

MajdanBudim te

This four piece band have a very plodding rock ballad to sing. The lead singer had his guitar while two of his band mates also played guitars and the last one was on drums. Some strings added to the song, obviously from a backing track, but there is no reason to believe this will get to Tel Aviv.

Sofija Perić Aritmija

The first song of the evening with a bit of rhythm as per the title. Sofija was hanging around with two male dancers, there to show what type of song this is. She was dressed in a short-ish silver dress and the song get going when the chorus kicked in. Not bad but not an obvious winner either, but quite enjoyable to listen to.

Dženan Lončarević Nema suza

Dženan looked a lot older on stage than in his preview video. A piano player began the song and the sad woman from the semi final was hovering beside him. She left for the other side of the stage where she started her knitting. This is Serbian drama at its finest, topped of when the dancers come on and go crazy with the wool. Apart from the drama on stage, the song is a real power ballad, which only Serbia can do this well. The old lady was crying at the end. Let’s hope it wasn’t because she didn’t like the song.

Wonder Strings & Ivana VladovićMoja bol

Immediately the strings add a touch of class to this song. Three violinists and a cellist join Ivana centre stage while the drummer is demoted to the  back. This is the type of song you used to look forward to the preview video from back in the Yugoslavian days. This song has a killer chorus and with the searing strings and powerful singing, must surely be in with a good chance of winning tonight.

Jana ŠušteršićViktorija

Jana rounded of the first half of the competition still staring into the full-sized mirror. Losing the multi coloured cloak which she obviously borrowed from Joseph, Jana has accentuated her lace dress with a few coloured ribbons. This is the third big Balkan power ballad in a row, and boy does it soar – right over the clouds and possibly on its way to Tel Aviv. Jana finishes at the piano with a kind of music box backing accompanying her. Another treasure.

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LordRadnički sin

Something maybe not so much what you’d expect from Serbia , other than the language. Actually this is something similar but a little more groovy than the air stewards from Slovenia a few years back. The trumpets blast away in the background, while Lord and his cast of characters including a sailor and a pirate dance along behind him. It went down well with the audience.

Nevena BožovićKruna

Our ex-Moje3 singer is looking all the better being away from the group. This is a slow mournful yet classy ballad which Nevena sings all in black. A few English lines are thrown in, and the old Balkan favourite words “Neka Me” are in there too, so there is something familiar. Nevena does her best and actually succeeds in competition with a screeching guitar. Another one to watch closely.

Ana PopovićLutaš

The jollier sound of Lord has now been well forgotten as we are now well and truly back in passionate mournful ballad land again. This is a stern little number, though very listenable with a particularly strong backing group keeping up with Ana who is singing the life out of the song.  As per the mood of the song Ana is all in black. Why are Serbian songs so easy to listen to?

Ivan KurtićBela

Plucking strings start this song with Ivan again looking as if he’s related to the Godfather. An artist is behind him drawing all sorts of things, like ducks and people and whatever. This is a very eastern sounding song, more like an entry you’d expect from Turkey. Again very well sung though the song does come to a bit of an abrupt end.

Nataša & UnaSamo bez straha

Our duo start out in silhouette here a beating drum banging away. This is more of a shout than some of the more melodic songs that have come before, but it stands out for that reason. Then as you get comfortable a rapping sequence starts. The duo sing with a lot of passion and may stand a chance for being entirely different in tonight’s competition.

Aleksandra SekulićTugo

So to the final song and its back to slow Balkan ballad again. Still wearing the endless red boots she wore in the semi final, this is another strong well constructed song, which is as good as any of the others that have been on tonight. Maybe not a stand out amongst all the other tunes on display here tonight, but if it was chosen to go to Israel, it would stand out amongst some of the entries other countries are sending. A nice way to end the competition.

The Results

The winner was decided 50/50 professional Serbian jury and the public votes. Members of the jury were Miroslav Miša Aleksić, musician, a member of Riblja čorba “, singer Bojana Stamenov, who was Serbia’s representative in the Eurosong 2015, songwriter Dejan Ivanović, pop singer Goca Tržan. President of the jury was  Aleksandar Milić Mili, composer and producer.

PublicJuryTotalPlace
Saška Janks610163
Majdan3587
Sofija Perić4159
Dženan Lončarević107172
Wonder Strings & Ivana Vladović58135
Jana Šušteršić03310
Lord2688
Nevena Božović812201
Ana Popović00012
Ivan Kurtić 74116
Nataša & Una122144
Aleksandra Sekulić10111

Serbia At The Eurovision Song Contest

Yugoslavia first entered the Eurovision Song Contest in 1961. Ljiljana Petrović was from what is now Serbia and came 8th with the song Neke davne zvezde. Lola Novaković followed in 1962 with Ne pali svetlo u sumrak doing very well finishing 4th. The Korni group represented Yugoslavia in 1974, the year Abba won with Waterloo, coming 12th with Moja generacija.

It wasn’t until 1982 that an act from Serbia represented Yugoslavia again, when the female trio Aska sang Halo Halo. Baby Doll and Extra Nena in 1991 and 1992, the last two Yugoslavian entries can also claim to come from Serbia.

In 2004 and 2005 Serbia and Montenegro entered Eurovision with Željko Joksimović and No Name, both entries doing well  finishing in 3rd and 7th place with Lane Moje and Zauvijek Moja.

It wasn’t until 2007 that the name Serbia was displayed alone on the Eurovision score board and it was right at the top as Serbia won with their first ever entry Molitva by Marija Šerifović.

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