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Razorcake Issue #74 from 2013 with Birthday Suits, Careeners, The Secret Society Of The Sonic Six, Death, One Punk’s Guide to Science Fiction, and An Intentionally Bad Capitalist’s Take on the Internet

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Cover photo by Hiro Tanaka
Art Junk by Amy Adoyzie
Design by Todd Taylor

Birthday Suits: Todd Taylor interviews the two fully clothed men responsible for the Birthday Suits. Matthew talks about his early dreams of leaving Japan to talk rock with Steven Tyler stateside. Hideo laughs at stupid, loud Americans and loves them nonetheless. One makes sushi in the Twin Cities and they both drink too much to remember why they do what they do. All I know is how fracking awesome what they do is. If you ever get a chance to see these dudes live: do yourself the favor.

Careeners: For those of you not in the know, Careeners is the new name of the Grabass Charlestons. Grabass’s new record, Dale and the Careeners, is a masterpiece. Travis Fristoe has a one-on-one with Will about lyrics, restaurant vs. restaurant battle of the bands, and depression. Everything about this interview is insightful and hilarious. Well, except what’s not. Enjoy!

The Secret Society of the Sonic Six: Matt Average gets intimate with S.S.S.S. These local, sharply dressed Los Angeles weirdos play dark, minimal, synth-based music and make a lot of sexual analogies. They discuss the power of subtlety and people’s addiction to TV trauma. This is a goodly strange one. I suggest you tie your shoes before climbing into this.

One Punk’s Guide to Science Fiction by Katie Dunne. Katie provides some literary scaffolding to the science fiction genre. She links the genre to punk via its connection to fanzines, elucidating their origins in the ‘30s, and maps them out to the present day. The best way to learn about something is to have someone who loves it explain it to you. And how often do you get to read articles with Suggested Reading lists?

An Intentionally Bad Capitalist’s Take on the Internet (An Absorption of Robert W. McChesney’s book Digital Disconnect, 2013) by Todd Taylor. Sometimes paranoia is a justified and necessary emotion. It grows increasingly difficult every year to be a human unencumbered by technology. There’s nothing inherently wrong with innovation and efficient tools, but there is something disconcerting about their ability to isolate and control our lives. Todd reflects on the incestuous relationship between the internet and capitalism. Don’t read this on the internet you fools!


Sean Carswell 
is blurting out “dildo,” to sell copies of his new book.

Jim Ruland goes fishing to a soundtrack of Bob Seger’s “Night Moves,” buys a twenty dollar omelet, and remembers being a sailor.

Liz Prince is having trouble admitting how lonely she really is.

Mitch Clem is clearly too old to still be playing drinking games . . . things get weird.

Designated Dale offers an A-Z guide to Mexican food.

Rev. Nørb is in the market for a new CD player and refuses to listen to his Rancid promo CD on his laptop.

Adrian Chi gets existential and discusses epistemology with dogs.

Rhythm Chicken sits on Santa’s lap and gets a present full of ruckus.

Ben Snakepit is less fat.

Kiyoshi Nakazawa discusses his blooming sexuality in the springtime.

Art Fuentes goes thumb-deep into the high art of painting.

Gary Hornberger is on the move and settles in the antique mall of California.

Nardwuar The Human Serviette plays chess with Death (‘70s Detroit seminal proto-punk band).

And rad photos from:

Shanty Cheryl 


Dan Monick 


Rachel Murray Framingheddu 

Life isn’t always about fruit pies and dandelions. Sometimes it’s about work. We work hard here at Razorcake. Each issue is full of better-than-boring record, zine, and book reviews. They’re worth checking out. So, get your grubby sourpuss out of that pie and learn something new. Or at least laugh at something new. Reruns are for posers.

This issue is dedicated to the marriage of Alex Barrett and Lisa Tucker.

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Razorcake Issue #73 from 2013 with The Taxpayers, Social Conflict, Rough Kids, and Monsieur Jeffery Evans

Razorcake 73

Razorcake Issue #73 from 2013 with The Taxpayers, Social Conflict, Rough Kids, and Monsieur Jeffery Evans

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Cover design and illustration by Marcos Siref

Based on photos by Zachary Archer

The Taxpayers: Keith Rosson interviews The Taxpayers, a band he accurately refers to as a juggernaut of fun. Climb inside the Florida storage container they lived in to read about the knuckle tattoo genesis of Goof Punx and the band’s origins as a way to pay homage to the Minutemen. They’re a band founded on ethical good times and a Tom Sawyer sense of touring adventure. They play shows for the redemptive quality of live music and community. Come down to the river punks and get your greasy hair baptized.

Social Conflict: Interview by Jimmy Alvarado. Jimmy continues his research into East L.A. punk with local veteran and Social Conflict front man, Jesse Killings. Read about the merits of going to church to steal tapes and how tenacity is the single most important quality in a band. Retrace Jesse’s steps from his early lyrical efforts at fucking the system and into the dystopic landscape his song currently inhabit. This interview is as much a history lesson as a manifesto.

Rough Kids: Interview by Daryl and Matt Average. The Rough Kids are a criminally overlooked L.A. punk band, perhaps because they hit their audience with belts and steal their beer. Or maybe it’s because of the lack of good venues in Los Angeles. Maybe it’s because Ethan was in Brosky’s Revolt. Anyway, they’re a great band that seems hell-bent on producing some of the most fun and enthusiastically original punk around. Todd and George Rager make cameo appearances to ask for fashion advice. (bandcamp)

Monsieur Jeffery Evans: Ryan Leach talks with rock‘n’roll mammoth, Monsieur Jeffery Evans about growing up in Ohio, the Internet, and how it’d be nice if people were like dogs. Evans has been skillfully milking the great rockabilly cow of yore and churning out tastiest jams since his start in the mid-‘80s with The Gibson Bros, ’68 Comeback, CC Riders, and his current project Monsieur Jeffery Evans And His Southern Aces. Get learned.

Sean Carswell is translating Japanese and singing nonsense.

Jim Ruland explains his connection with the tragic events at Newtown.

Liz Prince illustrates Punk Anatomy 101.

Mitch Clem misses Minneapolis and admits to owning an iPod.

Designated Dale expounds on the value of bootlegs.

Rev. Nørb gives birth to a book.

Adrian Chi is a Canadian at heart.

Rhythm Chicken reaffirms his identity as a Chicken, not a rabbit.

Ben Snakepit is a dick.

Kiyoshi Nakazawa on the miracle of life.

Art Fuentes asks what the best pets in the world are.

Nardwuar The Human Serviette fights ghosts with Flying Lotus.

And rad photos from:

Shanty Cheryl


Dan Monick


Rachel Murray Framingheddu

Don’t be a keener kids; check out the horde of reviews and learn about some fresh vinyl pies.

This issue is dedicated to the memory of Avielle Richman.

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Razorcake Issue #72 from 2013, featuring Eric Oblivian

Razorcake Issue #72

Razorcake Issue #72 from 2013, featuring Eric Oblivian

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Cover design by Amy Adoyzie (instagram)
Cover photo by Tiger Lily

Eric Oblivian: Interview by Ryan Leach. Ryan sits down with Goner Records founder/owner and Oblivians’ co-guitarist. The Oblivians are a recently reformed spastic two guitar, bassless Memphis rock band (rock in every true sense of the word) featuring Greg Cartwright of the Reigning Sound/Compulsive Gamblers and Jack Yarber of The Compulsive Gamblers. Eric also spent time in the Bad Times with Jay Retard and currently keeps it real in True Sons of Thunder and Dutch Masters. Mr. Oblivian talks tech, tells tales of serendipity, and drinks whiskey on a BMX bike to go play pinball. Stop wasting time preparing your taxes: read this. (Goner, True Sons of Thunder, Dutch Masters)

The Nerves: Interview by Jeff Proctor. The Nerves are a criminally overlooked first-wave L.A. power pop band that helped pioneer the genre. They were only around for a short time but made it on to a tour with the Ramones in mid ‘70s. Peter Case went on to form the Plimsouls. Jeff gets Paul Collins to admit that he dropped out of Julliard after his mom helped get him in. Peter, Paul, and nobody named Mary tell us how exceptional their musical arrangements were and how they nearly received three almost-Grammy nominations. (Peter Case, Paul Collins)

Lemuria: Interview by Kevin Dunn. Contemporary indie pop punk band Lemuria go the way of the Buffalo and explain how they’re actually more productive when they live in different towns. Their debut album Get Better came out on Asian Man Records in 2008 and the follow up Pebble was released on Bridge 9 in 2011. In this semi-revealing interview they unravel their minds, their labels, and define happiness. (website)

White Night: Interview by Daryl Gussin and Todd Taylor. Fullerton fuckups or mistunderstood EBT shamans? Both. Fucking hilarious. Five dudes with stories for days. Hear about accidently licking Captain Kirk’s chair, the eye gouging horrors of a juvenile hall teacher, and writing “Doo doo” with peanut butter on a hotel wall. (facebook, bandcamp)

Sean Carswell becomes part of America’s educational elite. (website)

Jim Ruland
continues his walk from the last issue and reads the diary of a Lithuanian Nazi watcher. (instagram, website, twitter)

Liz Prince
gets disappointed at a Morrissey concert. (website, twitter)

Mitch Clem
can’t leave the house or stop playing with himself. (twitter)

Designated Dale
talks about disagreements and the majestic wonder of cats.

Rev. Nørb
goes to see the Rezillos. (website)

Rhythm Chicken
becomes the Milwaukee Brewers secondary mascot? (facebook)

Ben Snakepit picks a fight with the Razorcake staff. Daryl is pissed. (website)

Yumi Sakugawa
draws poetry in the static. (instagram)

Kiyoshi Nakazawa
describes my worst nightmare. (website)

Aphid Peewit
examines Fear’s questionable move into surrealist art.

Art Fuentes
will make you swoon. (instagram, twitter)

Nardwuar The Human Serviette
(instagram, twitter, facebook) talks barbeque and history with Waka Flocka Flame (instagram).

Adrian Chi
shows us her best shows of 2012.

And righteous photos from:

Shanty Cheryl (flickr)

Dan Monick (website, instagram)

Rachel Murray Framingheddu (website)

Matt Average (flickr)


4 lbs. of reviews stuffed into a 2.lb. bag!

This issue is dedicated to the birth of Milo. Scream, Milo, Scream!

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Razorcake Issue #71 from 2012, featuring Night Birds, Bombόn, Kid Congo Powers, Punknews Buyout

Razorcake Issue #71

Razorcake Issue #71 from 2012, featuring Night Birds

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Cover design by Keith Rosson (website)
Cover photo by Matt Average  (discogs)

Night Birds: Interview by Todd Taylor and Matt Average. Full report from the Acoustic Front as reality TV stars surf the New Jersey turnpike and end up on the set of Repo Man. Tales of toxic waste, horror movies, and keeping a clean van.
(facebook) / website)

Bombόn: Interview by Adrian Tenney and Ever Velasquez. Pedro locals carry their own equipment and do research on solar cells. Bombόn ain’t afraid to cover Tchaikovsky and make butt jokes in matching outfits. (facebook)

Kid Congo Powers: Interview by Ryan Leach. Kid wanders through the Psychedelic Jungle and finds himself back at The Gun Club chewing on The Bad Seeds. Kid comes back down to earth to tell us tales about his childhood in La Puente.
(website)

Punknews Buyout: Articles by Todd Taylor, Dan Ozzi, Sean Carswell, and Kevin Dunn. Four distinct perspectives on the implications of the Punknews buyout. Cartoons, infographics, and solid research make for a titillating read.

Sean Carswell is taking a dump and contemplating the glue. (website)

Jim Ruland goes for a walk in the woods and finds some Nazis. (instagram, website, twitter)

Liz Prince is out to sea. (website, twitter)

Shanty Cheryl shows us some buried treasure.

Mitch Clem is drunk on guilty pleasures. (twitter)

Designated Dale talks linguistics with Chuck Berry.

Rev. Nørb takes us through time and through his closet. (website)

Gary Hornberger is still popping his collar and following the rules.

Rhythm Chicken is drumming up the soup and doing dinner theatre. (facebook)

Ben Snakepit hates being a dad. (website)

Kiyoshi Nakazawa throws his pearls before the swine. (website)

Dan Monick is hanging on the phone.

Adrian Chi is kicking trashcans with Bruce Springsteen and Rene Navarro.

Art Fuentes has a lotta nerve. (instagram, twitter)

Nardwuar The Human Serviette talks shop with E-40. (twitter, facebook)

Rachel Murray Framingheddu gets above the Neighborhood Brats.

And 149 record reviews, 22 zine reviews, and 7 book reviews.

This is issue is dedicated to the memory of Mark C. Shaw. Miss you, buddy.

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Razorcake #70 from 2012, featuring Lenguas Largas, Big Eyes, Wreck Of The Zephyr, Jake Austen of Roctober

Razorcake #70

Razorcake #70 from 2012, featuring Lenguas Largas

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Cover by Jason Willis (website)
Catnip!

Based on photos by Robert El Diablo and Shanty Cheryl

Lenguas Largas: Interview by Todd Taylor. Members of most Tucson bands. Lots of them. Southwest psych rock that’ll get all the man booties shaking. (facebook)

Big Eyes: Interview by Taiga Dinger and Félix Reyes. They tour so much you might not realize it, but these guys love The Fastbacks so much they moved to Seattle. (websitefacebook)

Wreck Of The Zephyr: Interview by Todd Taylor and Daryl Gussin. They were from Boston, now L.A. They may very well be the first pralt-country band to make that move. (bandcamp, facebook)


Jake Austen of Roctober:
Interview by Ryan Leach. Between his long-running zine, band, and Chicago public access TV show Chic-A-Go-Go, you could call him the Steve Martin of DIY ethics. (facebook)

Sean Carswell is 100% solid.

Jim Ruland knows what all his tattoos mean. (instagram, website, twitter)

Amy Adoyzie knows how to make a mixed tape. (twitter, blog)

Liz Prince knows how to procrastinate. (website, twitter)

Designated Dale loves living in the city.

Rev. Nørb is another year older. (website)

Gary Hornberger is a lot of years older.

The Rhythm Chicken shares stories of Freddy K, the Door County Polka King. (facebook)

Ben Snakepit only hates ten things.  (website)

Kiyoshi Nakazawa knows how to get kicked out of a bar. (website)

Adrian Chi spends time on the train.

Art Fuentes spends a lot of time thinking. (instagram, twitter)

Nardwuar talks hip hop with Metta World Peace. (twitter, facebook)

Mitch Clem is on watch. (twitter)

And a whole mess of reviews (with even more online).

This issue is dedicated to the marriage of Daryl Gussin and Adrian Chi.

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Razorcake #69 from 2012, featuring Canadian Rifle, The Consumers, So Cow, John Wesley Coleman

Razorcake #69 from 2012, featuring Canadian Rifle

Razorcake #69 from 2012, featuring Canadian Rifle

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Cover by Kiyoshi Nakazawa
Based on photos by Patrick Houdek

Canadian Rifle: Interview by Todd Taylor. Gritty Midwest punk that’s just a little off. Breaking rules and their own hands, they don’t even follow the conventions of their hometown’s pizza.

The Consumers: Interview by Ryan Leach. Revisiting the history of Arizona’s first punk band.

So Cow: Interview by Kevin Dunn. Solo songwriting turned full pop indie punk band; they can’t even be contained to one country.

John Wesley Coleman: Interview by Ryan Leach. Straight from Texas, he tells us he kept failing trying to write songs. If this is his definition of failing, we hope he never succeeds.

Sean Carswell is back in the USSR.

Jim Ruland
believes in Magic Johnson.

Amy Adoyzie
is hanging in there.

Liz Prince
prefers to be alone.

Art Fuentes prefers to make you laugh.

Designated Dale
stands by his old man.

Rev. Nørb
misses hardcore and Mrs. Farrell.

Gary Hornberger
loves teaching kids and reviewing comics.

The Rhythm Chicken remembers Die Kreuzen.

Ben Snakepit
likes exactly ten things.

Kiyoshi Nakazawa
watches what he eats.

Adrian Chi
went on tour.

Nardwuar interviews Ghostface Killah.

Mitch Clem loves his puns at any cost.

And a ton of reviews to help you ignore that it’s ass-hot out.

This issue is dedicated to the memory of Uncle Mike and Bowie the Cat.

It’s also a celebration of the marriages of Samantha Beerhouse and Mark McBride and Josh Brown and Dalyn Luedtke.

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Razorcake #68 from 2012, featuring Tenement, The Stains, Amy Oden, Dresden

Razorcake #68 from 2012, featuring Tenement

Razorcake #68 from 2012, featuring Tenement

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Cover by Todd Taylor
Photo by Reid Haithcock

Tenement: Interview by Justin Telephone. Wisconsin punk rock that’s equally poppy, heavy and noisy. In the grand tradition of the Descendents, Ergs!, Die Kreuzen, and John Coltrane.


The Stains:
Interview by Jimmy Alvarado. A continued oral history of one of the godfathers of Los Angeles punk rock. The exciting conclusion.



Amy Oden:
Interview by Paul J. Comeau. Many people make a big deal about women in bands. Amy Oden made a kickass documentary about it, From the Back of the Room.

Dresden: Interview by Emma Johnson. More Midwest metal and crust. They’re so heavy, they’re from D-isconsin.

Sean Carswell
is a fan of pirate radio.

Jim Ruland has a wonderful life.

Amy Adoyzie
has lots and lots of letters.

Liz Prince
and Mitch Clem debate pop punk.

Designated Dale
knows how to be in a band.

Rev. Nørb takes his records seriously.

Gary Hornberger
loves Canada, Dr. Seuss, and comics.


The Rhythm Chicken
celebrates some holidays.

Ben Snakepit
is with the times.

Kiyoshi Nakazawa
probably goes through lots of hand sanitizer.

Adrian Chi
goes to Costa Rica.

Plus plenty of reviews to tide you over these long summer nights.

This issue is dedicated to the marriage of Lil’ Larry and Kid Kevin.

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Razorcake #67 from 2012, featuring The Stains, Cheap Time, Dead Uncle

Razorcake #67 from 2012, featuring The Stains

Razorcake #67 from 2012, featuring The Stains

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Cover by Todd Taylor
Photo by Jimmy Alvarado

The Stains: Interview by Jimmy Alvarado. Straight up, an oral of one of the godfathers of Los Angeles punk rock. For a band of this caliber, you’d better believe this will be a two parter.

Cheap Time: Interview by Ryan Leach. There’s more to Memphis Tennessee than the garage rock of Jay Reatard and Greg Cartwright. Like Jeffrey Novak, who have ties to both of them.

Dead Uncles: Interview by Dave Brainwreck. Considering how close they are to Yale—and the hard-hitting poppy punk they play—it’s not surprising these guys have managed to get kicked out of medical studies.

Sean Carswell
has got some good stories.

Jim Ruland
has some good tattoo advice.

Amy Adoyzie
needs a goddamn job.

Liz Prince
needs to get off the internet.

Mitch Clem
isn’t a dog person.

Maddy Tight Pants is the first polar punk.

Rev. Nørb
is welcomed back.

Nardwuar
interviews Micky Dolenz.

The Rhythm Chicken
celebrates another year hatched.

Designated Dale loves rock’n’roll and Mexican food.

Ben Snakepit
hates sports.

Kiyoshi Nakazawa
loves being over twenty one.

Adrian Chi lives in a busy house.

Gary Hornberger
hates campus police, but loves comics.

Art Fuentes loves Street Figher, but hates dicks from the internet.

And enough reviews to get you good and ready for porch season.

This issue is dedicated to the memory of Mike Kelley.

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Razorcake #66 from 2012, featuring Neighborhood Brats, Slow Death, White Lung, Straight Arrows

Razorcake #66

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Cover by Daryl Gussin
Photo by Martin Sorrondeguy
Illustration by Danny Martin

Neighborhood Brats: Interview by Todd Taylor. The brain trust of Jenny Quitter and George Rager, proving punk’s the well spring and everything else is just modifiers.

Slow Death: Interview by Megan Pants. From the ashes of Pretty Boy Thorson And The Incredibly Handsome Cowboys comes this new incarnation of basically the same band. Oddly enough, most of their shows follow the plot of The Muppet Movie.

White Lung:
Interview by Chris Peigler. A Vancouver band that does that thing where if you didn’t know they were a great new band, you’d think they were a great ‘70s punk band.

Straight Arrows:
Interview by Ryan Leach. They are from Australia. They play some pretty crazy, great ‘60s-inspired psych rock. You’re allowed to do that when you live in Australia.

Sean Carswell
is a book-writing carpenter.

Jim Ruland
has seen a lot of bars.

Mitch Clem
remembers an awful venue.

Nardwuar
talks to Mike Watt.

Rev. Nørb
needs a goddamn job.

Liz Prince likes dudes in bands.

The Rhythm Chicken
still has some cluck left in him after all.

Designated Dale gives some history lessons.

Ben Snakepit
should just kiss Kiyoshi Nakazawa already.

Kiyoshi Nakazawa
should just kiss Ben Snakepit already.

Adrian Chi has no regrets.

Amy Adoyzie has learned a thing or eighteen.

Art Fuentes
loves video games.

And tons of reviews for when you’re done either shoveling snow off the ground, or tacos into your mouth.

This issue is dedicated to the memories of Solomon Burke, Chalmers Johnson, and Václav Havel.

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Razorcake #65 from 2011, featuring Gateway District, James Arthur, Street Eaters, One Punk’s Guide to Professional Soccer, Book Publishing, and Corporate Ideology, and Geddy Lee of Rush

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Cover by Jason Willis

Cover photo by Rachel Murray Framingheddu

Gateway District: Interview by Todd Taylor. You could call it “We like playing” punk rock from Minneapolis. The important thing is that they sound like Off With Their Heads fronted by a woman.

James Arthur:
Interview by Ryan Leach. He may not be a devil worshipper, but he can sure play some music like some.

Street Eaters:
Interview by Todd Taylor and Adrian Chi. Weirdo noise from the Bay Area. Imagine if Wings sounded like Motörhead, and you’ve got a starting point.

One Punk’s Guide to Professional Soccer, Book Publishing, and Corporate Ideology:
Article by Sean Carswell. You might not think there’s much common ground or a bridge between hooligans, authors, and punks, but here we are.

Sean Carswell
might be Brad Beshaw’s biggest fan.

Jim Ruland
asks too many questions at the hospital.

Maddy Tight Pants
tries being a dietician.

Mitch Clem
is cruising for something.

Nardwuar
has a phone conversation with Geddy Lee of Rush.

Rev. Nørb
needs a goddamn job.

Liz Prince doesn’t want to grow up.

Art Fuentes
draws the past ten years.

The Rhythm Chicken
thinks about throwing in the chicken-sized towel.

Designated Dale is stoked on the last ten years.

Ben Snakepit
isn’t so stoked on his kidney stone.

Kiyoshi Nakazawa
likes a girl.

Adrian Chi is a realist.

Gary Hornberger
loves Dick Dale and comics.

Amy Adoyzie will always manage to find the joy.

Paul J. Comeau writes a retrospective guest column.

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