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    Massive Attack - Discography

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    Massive Attack – Studio Albums Collection

    Genre: Trip Hop, Electronic, Downtempo, Alternative Rock

    Collection includes five studio albums by British trip-hop duo Massive Attack.
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    “The pioneering force behind the rise of trip-hop, Massive Attack were among the most innovative and influential groups of their generation; their hypnotic sound — a darkly sensual and cinematic fusion of hip-hop rhythms, soulful melodies, dub grooves, and choice samples — set the pace for much of the dance music to emerge throughout the 1990s, paving the way for such acclaimed artists as Portishead, Sneaker Pimps, Beth Orton, and Tricky, himself a Massive Attack alumnus. Their history dates back to 1983 and the formation of the Wild Bunch, one of the earliest and most successful sound system/DJ collectives to arrive on the U.K. music scene; renowned for their seamless integration of a wide range of musical styles, from punk to reggae to R&B, the group’s parties quickly became can’t-miss events for the Bristol club crowd, and at the peak of their popularity they drew crowds so enormous that the local live music scene essentially ground to a halt.
    When the Wild Bunch folded during the mid-’80s, two of its members — Andrew “Mushroom” Vowles and Grant “Daddy G” Marshall — teamed with local graffiti artist 3D (born Robert del Naja) to form Massive Attack in 1987; another Wild Bunch alum, Nellee Hooper, split his time between the new group and his other project, Soul II Soul. The group’s first single, “Daydreaming,” appeared in 1990; it featured the sultry vocals of singer Shara Nelson and raps by Tricky, another onetime Wild Bunch collaborator. The classic “Unfinished Sympathy” followed, as did another compelling effort, “Safe from Harm.” Finally, in 1991 Massive Attack issued their debut LP, Blue Lines; while by no means a huge commercial success, the record was met with major critical praise, and was dubbed an instant classic in many quarters. Nelson, featured on many of the album’s most memorable tracks, exited for a solo career soon after, and the group then confusingly changed its name to simply “Massive” to avoid any implication of approval for the U.N.’s policy toward Iraq; in the wake of the disastrous U.S. tour that followed, many were quick to write the band off right then and there.
    After a three-year layoff, Massive Attack — their full name now properly reinstated — resurfaced with Protection. Again working with Hooper and Tricky, they also brought into the fold vocalist Nicolette, as well as Everything but the Girl’s Tracey Thorn. Three singles — “Karmacoma,” “Sly,” and the title track — were released from the LP, which was also remixed in its entirety by Mad Professor and issued as No Protection. A lengthy tour followed, and over the next several years, Massive Attack’s solo work was primarily confined to remixes for artists including Garbage; they also worked with Madonna on a track for a Marvin Gaye tribute album. Finally, to promote their appearance at the annual Glastonbury music festival, the group issued a new EP, Risingson, during the summer of 1997.
    The third full-length Massive Attack effort, Mezzanine, appeared in mid-1998. In addition to reggae singer Horace Andy, making his third consecutive LP appearance with the group, vocal chores were handled by the Cocteau Twins’ Elizabeth Fraser and newcomer Sara Jay. Mezzanine became a hit among critics, clubs, and the college crowds, spinning successful singles such as “Teardrop” and “Inertia Creeps.” The album topped the U.K. chart and crossed into the Top 60 of the Billboard 200 in the U.S. A tour of America and Europe followed, but Vowles left the band after disagreeing with the artistic direction of Mezzanine. Del Naja and Marshall continued as a duo, later working with the likes of David Bowie and the Dandy Warhols, but Marshall later took a leave of absence to raise his family; producer Neil Davidge took up the slack.
    In February 2003, after a five-year wait, Massive Attack released their fourth album, 100th Window, including collaborations with mainstay Horace Andy as well as Sinead O’Connor. Danny the Dog, released in 2004, marked the group’s entry into film score work and, perhaps unsurprisingly, often sounded much more like incidental background music than a typical Massive Attack release. From there, Del Naja and Davidge scored a handful of other films — In Prison My Whole Life, Battle in Seattle, and Trouble the Water, for which they earned an Oscar nomination — but their work was credited to their real names or the pseudonym 100 Suns rather than Massive Attack. The fifth Massive Attack album, Heligoland, released in 2010, featured collaborations with Horace Andy, TV on the Radio’s Tunde Adebimpe, Elbow’s Guy Garvey, and Martina Topley-Bird.


    Albums:
    * 1991 - Blue Lines برای باز شدن کلیک کنید

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    Blue Lines (1991)
    M4A AAC (VBR256/Stereo) ~ 108 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans ~ 175 Mb
    Label: Wild Bunch Records/Circa | # WBRCD 1/0777 7 86228 2 6 | Time: 00:45:09
    “The first masterpiece of what was only termed trip-hop much later, Blue Lines ******ed American hip-hop through the lens of British club culture, a stylish, nocturnal sense of scene that encompassed music from rare groove to dub to dance. The album balances dark, diva-led club jams along the lines of Soul II Soul with some of the best British rap (vocals and production) heard up to that point, occasionally on the same track. The opener “Safe From Harm” is the best example, with diva vocalist Shara Nelson trading off lines with the group’s own monotone (yet effective) rapping. Even more than hip-hop or dance, however, dub is the big touchstone on Blue Lines. Most of the productions aren’t quite as earthy as you’d expect, but the influence is palpable in the atmospherics of the songs, like the faraway electric piano on “One Love” (with beautiful vocals from the near-legendary Horace Andy). One track, “Five Man Army,” makes the dub inspiration explicit, with a clattering percussion line, moderate reverb on the guitar and drums, and Andy’s exquisite falsetto flitting over the chorus. Blue Lines isn’t all darkness, either — “Be Thankful for What You’ve Got” is quite close to the smooth soul tune conjured by its title, and “Unfinished Sympathy” — the group’s first classic production — is a tremendously moving fusion of up-tempo hip-hop and dancefloor jam with slow-moving, syrupy strings. Flaunting both their range and their tremendously evocative productions, Massive Attack recorded one of the best dance albums of all time.
    Review by John Bush, Allmusic.com

    Tracklist:
    01. Safe From Harm (05:18)
    02. One Love (04:48)
    03. Blue Lines (04:21)
    04. Be Thankful for What You’ve Got (04:09)
    05. Five Man Army (06:04)
    06. Unfinished Sympathy (05:08)
    07. Daydreaming (04:14)
    08. Lately (04:26)
    09. Hymn of the Big Wheel (06:36)

    * 1994 - Protection برای باز شدن کلیک کنید

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    Protection (1994)
    M4A AAC (VBR256/Stereo) ~ 117 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans ~ 155 Mb
    Label: Wild Bunch Records/Circa | # wbrcd2/7243 8 39883 2 7 | Time: 00:49:02
    “Massive Attack’s sophomore effort could never be as stunning as Blue Lines, and a slight drop in production and songwriting quality made the comparisons easy. Still, from the first two songs Protection sounds worthy of their debut. The opening title track is pure excellence, with melancholy keyboards, throbbing acid lines, and fragmented beats perfectly complementing the transcendent vocals of Tracey Thorn (an inspired choice to replace the departed Shara Nelson as their muse). Tricky, another soon-to-be-solo performer, makes his breakout on this record, with blunted performances on “Karmacoma,” another highlight, as well as “Eurochild.” But even though the production is just as intriguing as on Blue Lines, there’s a bit lacking here — Massive Attack doesn’t summon quite the emotional power they did previously. Guest Craig Armstrong’s piano work on the aimless tracks “Weather Storm” and “Heat Miser” leans uncomfortably close to Muzak, and his arrangement and conducting for “Sly” isn’t much better (vocals by Nicolette save the track somewhat). Though it’s still miles ahead of the growing raft of trip-hop making the rounds in the mid-’90s, Protection is rather a disappointment.
    Review by John Bush, Allmusic.com

    Tracklist:
    01. Protection (07:51)
    02. Karmacoma (05:16)
    03. Three (03:49)
    04. Weather Storm (04:59)
    05. Spying Glass (05:20)
    06. Better Things (04:18)
    07. Eurochild (05:06)
    08. Sly (05:24)
    09. Heat Miser (03:39)
    10. Light My Fire (Live) (03:15)

    * 1998 - Mezzanine برای باز شدن کلیک کنید

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    Mezzanine (1998)
    M4A AAC (VBR256/Stereo) ~ 153 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans ~ 78 Mb
    Label: Circa/Virgin | # WBRCD4/7243 8 45599 2 2 | Time: 01:03:43
    “Increasingly ignored amidst the exploding trip-hop scene, Massive Attack finally returned in 1998 with Mezzanine, a record immediately announcing not only that the group was back, but that they’d recorded a set of songs just as singular and revelatory as on their debut, almost a decade back. It all begins with a stunning one-two-three-four punch: “Angel,” “Risingson,” “Teardrop,” and “Inertia Creeps.” Augmenting their samples and keyboards with a studio band, Massive Attack open with “Angel,” a stark production featuring pointed beats and a distorted bassline that frames the vocal (by group regular Horace Andy) and a two-minute flame-out with raging guitars. “Risingson” is a dense, dark feature for Massive Attack themselves (on production as well as vocals), with a kitchen sink’s worth of dubby effects and reverb. “Teardrop” introduces another genius collaboration — with Elizabeth Fraser from Cocteau Twins — from a production unit with a knack for recruiting gifted performers. The blend of earthy with ethereal shouldn’t work at all, but Massive Attack pull it off in fine fashion. “Inertia Creeps” could well be the highlight, another feature for just the core threesome. With eerie atmospherics, fuzz-tone guitars, and a wealth of effects, the song could well be the best production from the best team of producers the electronic world had ever seen. Obviously, the rest of the album can’t compete, but there’s certainly no sign of the side-two slump heard on Protection, as both Andy and Fraser return for excellent, mid-tempo tracks (“Man Next Door” and “Black Milk,” respectively).
    Review by John Bush, Allmusic.com

    Tracklist:
    01. Angel (06:20)
    02. Risingson (04:58)
    03. Teardrop (05:30)
    04. Inertia Creeps (05:56)
    05. Exchange (04:11)
    06. Dissolved Girl (06:06)
    07. Man Next Door (05:56)
    08. Black Milk (06:21)
    09. Mezzanine (05:56)
    10. Group Four (08:12)
    11. (Exchange) (04:10)
    * 2003 - 100th Window برای باز شدن کلیک کنید

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    100th Window (2003)
    M4A AAC (VBR256/Stereo) ~ 177 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans ~ 155 Mb
    Label: Virgin | # 724358132120 | Time: 01:13:56
    “A new album from Massive Attack is an event, even if only one-third of the original group is present for the festivities. Just the group’s fourth album in more than a dozen years, 100th Window marked the departure of Mushroom (permanently, after artistic differences) and Daddy G (temporarily, to raise a family), leaving only one founding member, 3D (Robert del Naja), to muddle along with arranger/producer Neil Davidge (who made his Massive Attack debut on 1998′s Mezzanine). Though Del Naja is mostly successful giving the people what they want — a follow-up to Mezzanine, one of the most compulsive listens of ’90s electronica — it unfortunately comes as a sacrifice to the very thing that made Massive Attack so crucial to dance music: their never-ending progression to a radically different sound with each release. For better or worse, 100th Window has the same crushingly oppressive productions, dark, spiralling basslines, and pile-driving beats instantly familiar to fans of Mezzanine. Fortunately, it also has the same depth and point-perfect attention to detail, making for fascinating listening no matter whether the focus is the songs, the effects, or even the percussion lines. Jamaican crooner Horace Andy is back for a pair of tracks (“Everywhen,” “Name Taken”) that nearly equal his features on the last record, while Sinead O’Connor makes her debut with three vocal features. Unlike Liz Fraser or Tracey Thorn (two Massive Attack muses from the past), O’Connor’s voice lacks resonance and doesn’t reward the close inspection that a Massive Attack production demands. Still, her songwriting is far superior and the slight quaver in her voice adds a much-needed personality to these songs. “A Prayer for England” is a political protest that aligns itself perfectly with the group that coined its name as a satirical nod to military aggression. Another feature for O’Connor, “What Your Soul Sings,” is the only song here that compares to the best Massive Attack has to offer, beginning with a harsh, claustrophobic atmosphere, but soon blossoming like a flower into a beautiful song led by her tremulous voice. In comparison, the four songs for 3D are average at best, mere recyclings of the same ideas heard years earlier. That’s satisfaction enough for those who kept Mezzanine near their stereo for years on end, but a disappointment to those expecting another masterpiece.
    Review by John Bush, Allmusic.com

    Tracklist:
    01. Future Proof (05:38)
    02. What Your Soul Sings (06:38)
    03. Everywhen (07:39)
    04. Special Cases (05:09)
    05. Butterfly Caught (07:34)
    06. A Prayer for England (05:48)
    07. Small Time Shot Away (07:59)
    08. Name Taken (07:49)
    09. Antistar (19:38)

    * 2010 - Heligoland (Deluxe Version) برای باز شدن کلیک کنید

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    Heligoland (2010)
    M4A AAC (VBR256/Stereo) ~ 187 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans ~ 105 Mb
    Label: Virgin | # 5099960946621 | Time: 00:53:04
    “Until 2003′s 100th Window, each Massive Attack album had been a discrete record, stylistically distinct and mostly unconnected to what had gone before it (even if it included the same vocalists). By sounding like an inferior copy of the 1998 landmark Mezzanine, 100th Window broke a string and led to negative reviews. Heligoland marks a return to departures. The sound of Massive Attack circa 2010 has some similarities to what the group has done in the past, but overall, this represents a radical shift in music-making. Granted, most of the Massive Attack hallmarks are still here: gripping music laden with tension and dread, a production that sounds fathoms deep, and an insular worldview represented by a cast of vocalists both new and old. (The new voices include Damon Albarn, Hope Sandoval, Elbow’s Guy Garvey, and TV on the Radio’s Tunde Adebimpe.) What’s immediately apparent, however, from the opener “Pray for Rain” is the sparseness and understated air on display here. With Adebimpe on vocals, the track begins with a rattling of bones and a resigned air whose closest predecessor is “In a Lonely Place” by New Order (a group who practically defined the word understated with their music prior to 1982). This certainly isn’t the Massive Attack that floated the smoothest British house of the early ’90s, and more surprisingly, it’s also not the Massive Attack that created dense, immersive trip-hop during the ’90s and early 2000s. At times, it’s clear that Robert Del Naja and Neil Davidge’s work on soundtracks during the 2000s has adversely affected their main project, resulting in music that skirts the background as often as not. Heligoland often sounds like a soundtrack, most likely the score to some dystopic thriller such as Children of Men or 28 Days Later. The album also isn’t as experimental as the music Massive Attack made in the past. Unlike Portishead’s Third, a classic comeback from their fellow Bristolians, it also lacks the balance of experimentation and emotion (the latter especially has often been a weakness in Massive Attack’s output compared to their peers). True, Horace Andy and Hope Sandoval front some impressive productions, and Damon Albarn’s “Saturday Come Slow” is one of his best post-Blur features (including Gorillaz), but overall Heligoland lacks the majesty and might of classic Massive Attack.
    Review by John Bush, Allmusic.com

    Tracklist:
    01. Pray for Rain (6:44)
    02. Babel (5:20)
    03. Splitting the Atom (5:17)
    04. Girl I Love You (5:27)
    05. Psyche (3:25)
    06. Flat of the Blade (5:30)
    07. Paradise Circus (4:58)
    08. Rush Minute (4:51)
    09. Saturday Come Slow (3:44)
    10. Atlas Air (7:52)
    11. Paradise Circus (Gui Boratto Remix) (8:08)
    12. Fatalism (Ryuichi Sakamoto & Yukihiro Takahashi Remix) (4:54)
    13. Girl I Love You (She Is Danger Remix) (5:00)
    14. Paradise Circus (Breakage's Tight Rope Remix) (4:45)
    15. United Snakes (9:45)
    16. Pray for Rain (Tim Goldsworthy Remix) (7:24)



    Collections & Other Albums:
    * 1998 - Singles Collection برای باز شدن کلیک کنید

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    Tracklisting:


    01. Daydreaming (4:15)
    02. Daydreaming (Luv It Mix) (5:28)
    03. Daydreaming (Brixton Bass Mix) (5:23)
    04. Daydreaming (Luv It Dub) (5:27)
    05. Any Love (2) (4:16)

    01. Unfinished Sympathy (5:16)
    02. Unfinished Sympathy (Nellee Hooper 7'' Mix) (4:34)
    03. Unfinished Sympathy (Nellee Hooper 12'' Mix) (5:52)
    04. Unfinished Sympathy (Paul Oakenfold Mix) (5:16)
    05. Unfinished Sympathy (Instrumental) (4:08)

    01. Safe From Harm (5:19)
    02. Safe from Harm (7'' Version) (4:28)
    03. Safe from Harm (12'' Version) (6:57)
    04. Safe from Harm (Perfecto Mix) (8:12)
    05. Safe from Harm (Just a Groove Dub) (3:13)
    06. Safe from Harm (Just a Dub) (3:13)

    01. Hymn of the Big Wheel (6:37)
    02. Hymn of the Big Wheel (Nellee Hooper Mix) (5:52)
    03. Home of the Whale (4:08)
    04. Be Thankful for What You've Got (Perfecto Mix) (6:17)
    05. Any Love (Larry Heard Mix) (4:28)

    01. Sly (5:29)
    02. Sly (7'' Edit) (4:13)
    03. Sly (7'' Stones Mix) (6:01)
    04. Sly (Underdog Double Bass & Accapella) (3:37)
    05. Sly (Cosmic Dub) (5:28)
    06. Sly (Eternal Feedback Dub) (6:25)

    01. Protection (7:48)
    02. Protection (7'' Edit) (4:53)
    03. Protection (Underdog's Angel Dust Mix) (7:36)
    04. Protection (Radiation for the Nation Mix) (8:35)
    05. Protection (The Eno Mix) (9:12)
    06. Protection (J Sw!ft Mix) (7:12)

    01. Karmacoma (5:14)
    02. Karmacoma (Portishead Experience) (4:00)
    03. Karmacoma (The Napoli Trip) (6:07)
    04. Karmacoma (Unkle Situation) (5:39)
    05. Karmacoma (Ventom Dub Special) (5:59)
    06. Blacksmith/Daydreaming (5:23)

    01. Risingson (4:59)
    02. Superpredators (5:14)
    03. Risingson (Underdog Mix) (6:05)
    04. Risingson (Otherside) (5:29)
    05. Risingson (Underworld Remix) (8:39)

    01. Teardrop (5:28)
    02. Teardrop (Scream Team Remix) (6:46)
    03. Teardrop (Mad Professor Mazaruni Vocal Mix) (6:09)
    04. Teardrop (Mad Professor Mazaruni Instrumental) (6:24)
    05. Euro Zero Zero (4:24)

    01. Angel (6:20)
    02. Angel (Radio Edit) (5:25)
    03. Angel (Blur Remix) (6:23)
    04. Angel (Mad Professor Remix) (6:16)
    05. Group Four (Mad Professor Remix) (7:53)

    01. Inertia Creeps (5:33)
    02. Inertia Creeps (Radio Edit) (4:11)
    03. Inertia Creeps (Manic Street Preachers Version) (5:03)
    04. Inertia Creeps (State of Bengal Mix) (6:25)
    05. Inertia Creeps (Alpha Mix) (5:55)
    06. Back She Comes (6:08)
    07. Reflection (4:52)
    Duration: ♫ - 05:47:36

    * 2004 - Danny the Dog (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) برای باز شدن کلیک کنید

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    Tracklisting:


    01. Opening Title (1:10)
    02. Atta' Boy (1:29)
    03. P Is for Piano (1:57)
    04. Simple Rules (1:21)
    05. Polaroid Girl (3:00)
    06. Sam (3:08)
    07. One Thought At a Time (4:23)
    08. Confused Images (1:59)
    09. Red Light Means Go (2:05)
    10. Collar Stays On (1:51)
    11. You've Never Had a Dream (2:46)
    12. Right Way to Hold a Spoon (3:19)
    13. Everybody's Got a Family (1:29)
    14. Two Rocks and a Cup of Water (2:33)
    15. Sweet Is Good (1:34)
    16. Montage (1:55)
    17. Everything About You Is New (2:26)
    18. The Dog Obeys (2:20)
    19. Danny the Dog (5:53)
    20. I Am Home (4:14)
    21. The Academy (1:45)
    Duration: ♫ - 00:52:38

    * 2004 - No Protection برای باز شدن کلیک کنید

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    Tracklisting:


    01. Radiation Ruling the Nation (Protection) (8:35)
    02. Bumper Ball Dub (Karmacoma) (5:59)
    03. Trinity Dub (Three) (4:22)
    04. Cool Monsoon (Weather Storm) (7:11)
    05. Eternal Feedback (Sly) (6:26)
    06. Moving Dub (Better Things) (5:57)
    07. I Spy (Spying Glass) (5:07)
    08. Backward Sucking (Heat Miser) (6:17)
    Duration: ♫ - 00:49:56

    * 2006 - Collected برای باز شدن کلیک کنید

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    Tracklisting:


    01. Safe from Harm (5:19)
    02. Karmacoma (5:14)
    03. Angel (6:14)
    04. Teardrop (5:28)
    05. Inertia Creeps (5:54)
    06. Protection (7:45)
    07. Butterfly Caught (5:09)
    08. Unfinished Sympathy (5:12)
    09. Risingson (4:58)
    10. What Your Soul Sings (6:37)
    11. Future Proof (5:43)
    12. Five Man Army (5:22)
    13. Sly (4:57)
    14. Live With Me (4:51)
    15. False Flags (5:41)
    16. Incantations (3:19)
    17. Silent Spring (3:07)
    18. Bullet Boy (Vox) (4:05)
    19. Black Melt (5:13)
    20. Joy Luck Club (4:58)
    21. Small Time Shoot 'Em Up (6:45)
    22. I Against I (5:42)
    23. I Want You (6:21)
    24. Danny the Dog (6:02)
    Duration: ♫ - 02:09:57



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    Singles & EPs

    EP

    2006 - Bite Size Massive Attack - EP
    2009 - Splitting the Atom - EP
    2010 - Atlas Air - EP
    2016 - Ritual Spirit - EP

    Single

    2003 - Special Cases - Single
    2016 - The Spoils / Come Near Me - Single

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    عنوان کاربر
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    تاریخ عضویت
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    عنوان کاربر
    مدیرکل سایت
    تاریخ عضویت
    Aug 2011
    نوشته ها
    18,316
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    تشکر شده 98,312 بار در 19,067 ارسال
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    توسط NAVIDREZA در انجمن فول آلبوم (دیسکوگرافی)
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    آخرين نوشته: 2015/06/23, 01:20 PM
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    توسط Dramxib در انجمن فول آلبوم (دیسکوگرافی)
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    آخرين نوشته: 2013/06/03, 01:27 PM

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