THE ROLLING STONES - GLASTONBURY 2013 (COMPLETE, SOUNDBOARD)

July 8, 2013 – 6:21 am

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THE ROLLING STONES
Glastonbury 2013 - Complete, Soundboard [no label, 2CD]

Live at Worthy Farm, Glastonbury, UK; June 29, 2013. Excellent soundboard (from satellite feed)

Thanks to JTT for the show and to eddiethecat for sharing the tracks at HungerCity.

Source:
SD 576 Pal Satellite Feed > .MKV File (Private Tracker) > TMPGEnc Video Mastering Works > Soundforge PRO 10c > FLAC Level 8

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Disc 1
Track 101. Intro (334k)
Track 102. Jumpin’ Jack Flash (7.8MB)
Track 103. It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll (8.6MB)
Track 104. Paint It Black (9.3MB)
Track 105. Gimme Shelter (14.1MB)
Track 106. Glastonbury Girl (5.9MB)
Track 107. Wild Horses (9.1MB)
Track 108. Doom and Gloom (7.6MB)
Track 109. Can’t You Hear Me Knockin’ (with Mick Taylor) (17.1MB)
Track 110. Honky Tonk Women (7.2MB)
Track 111. Band Intros (4.4MB)
Track 112. You Got The Silver (with Keith Richards on lead vocals) (6.6MB)
Track 113. Happy (with Keith Richards on lead vocals) (7.6MB)

Disc 2
Track 201. Miss You (12.3MB)
Track 202. Midnight Rambler (with Mick Taylor) (19.8MB)
Track 203. 2000 Light Years From Home (first live performance since London 25.8.90) (8.7MB)
Track 204. Sympathy For The Devil (12.2MB)
Track 205. Start Me Up (7.7MB)
Track 206. Tumbling Dice (8.7MB)
Track 207. Brown Sugar (14.4MB)
Encore
Track 208. You Can’t Always Get What You Want (with Voce Chamber Choir and London Youth Choir) (14.8MB)
Track 209. Satisfaction (with Mick Taylor) (16.8MB)

The Stones are pushing their latest compilation GRRR! It could well reflect the sentiments of their fan base. Buy it here.

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  1. 67 Responses to “THE ROLLING STONES - GLASTONBURY 2013 (COMPLETE, SOUNDBOARD)”

  2. A real oldies show. For God’s sake, retire! You’re frightening my dog.

    By Johnny Rotten on Jul 8, 2013

  3. Sloppy concert but it’s till the Stones. When I saw them in ‘78 and ‘81 I thought they were old then…now it’s just a the Stones for Stones sake. Great sound quality. The quality makes up for the weak performance. Nice to hear Mick Taylor. He was a force for the Stones in the early 70’s. Even he can’t save them from themselves in 2013. Thanks for posting the show. I saved the airfare and still can hear the show!! Let’s hope this is the last tour of a once great band.

    By Webwar on Jul 8, 2013

  4. Can’t help thinking how much money they made on this mini-tour. Each time I download a song, I see Mick and Keith smiling, finishing up, and thinking “OK, another xxx thousand in the bank.” I paid a week and a half salary to see them in Bklyn. No regrets, but I’m not sad if this is really it.

    By Grrrr on Jul 8, 2013

  5. u coulda stayed home and watched it on ppv on dec 15th. or better yet.. waited less than 24 hours and downloaded it free burned it to dvd and watched it as if it were front row. think of how u coulda better used all that money. sure if that was the only time uve ever seen them i guess thats nice but if u had at least seen them once before it wouldnt have been worth it if u were more than 40 feet from the stage. how far were u? did u watch mick himself or the screen more?

    By darth on Jul 8, 2013

  6. I thought Primal Scream out stonned the stones. Try listening to Loaded and then Sympathy. Hands down win for the not so young, young guns.

    By abramson on Jul 8, 2013

  7. It’s a shame that Taylor doesn’t play on more songs on this tour. It’s very lame…..

    By James on Jul 8, 2013

  8. I’d be surprised if they did another tour. This one reeked of one last money grab, prices for tickets and merchandise were obscene. Mick Taylor was almost an afterthought, and he didn’t really play all that well on the few songs they gave him. Keith couldn’t play the right opening chords on “Start Me Up” at Hyde Park. Some of the guests stars were inappropriate, most didn’t add much, a few brought a spark of life to the show. To me, it was basically a greatest hits show, no intensity or drama. Realistically speaking, what kind of rock ‘n roll show can you expect from 70-year old multi-millionaires? Thanks bigO.

    By Dingus on Jul 8, 2013

  9. Come on guys, it’s not that bad. Some shows in 1976 were even worse. May the Stones rest in peace.

    By Tony on Jul 8, 2013

  10. Surface “2000 Light Years From Home” is a good idea.

    “Their Satanic Majesties Request” is my favorite album of the Stones.

    With “She’s a Rainbow” in the same track list, it would be perfect …

    By Claude Nine on Jul 8, 2013

  11. Great setlist! I would put at least half of it in my dream set for the Stones.

    I have to come clean here. I’ve ragged on the Stones for years because they got lazy after 1972 or so, but there is fine playing on some of this performance. “Satisfaction” generates more excitement than it has in 45 years!

    By Just Bill on Jul 9, 2013

  12. sourced from the raw mkv file? would LOVE to see the video of the whole show if you have it…

    By preston on Jul 9, 2013

  13. and thank you for this in the meantime… great to get the whole show to listen to.

    By preston on Jul 9, 2013

  14. Darth, I didn’t know anything from Brooklyn ever came out. It was a special show - mainly just them - and about halfway through I realized they never promised Mick Taylor would be there. Funny guys. Perhaps Taylor will come back for the “encore” shows, and play more songs. The Stones haven’t been shy about extending a tour…

    By Grrr on Jul 9, 2013

  15. @Preston, go to HungerCity for mkv file.

    By Trend on Jul 9, 2013

  16. grrr - the Prudential Center, Newark NJ, Dec 15, 2012 is the show i was referring to that was broadcast. the same month they did barclays in bklyn they did a total of what.. 5 shows that month i believe? they were all recorded via the audience and professionally but if u mean by ‘came out’ professionally filmed or recorded and made available.. then no. not from bklyn. just the newark one was ppv’d. but with this stuff now.. essentially its seen one seen it all. isnt it?

    By darth on Jul 9, 2013

  17. Full 2 hour show , get it before it´s gone.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cVttoDeQ5K4

    By fred on Jul 11, 2013

  18. Johnny Rotten? Did you see HIS performance at Glasto? Now THAT was tragic. The Stones on the other hand rocked!

    By DMan on Jul 11, 2013

  19. Tell you what. I seen the RS in 72, 78, 94 and 97. Maybe you hard-core experts can sit there, in your silk upholstered chairs, and pass along the “sloppy” and “money grab” or whatever snide comments. And maybe I got deaf from all the concerts I went to years ago, or maybe brain damaged, but this is a good sounding soundboard show here, readily available through the good offices of Big O, in my little old humble opinion. And another thing, if you could get in to these RS at 50 shows for $85, then do the math. I’d call that reasonable, even if you’re up in the nosebleed, when you account for 40 years of inflation. I paid $10 in both 72 and 78 and have the ticket stubs from both to prove it. There were fatheads complaining about how Exile and Some Girls tour dates sucked back then, too.

    By Mr Jimmy on Jul 14, 2013

  20. in 90 they held back 600 seats at most venues and put them on sale at 530pm. i am not 100% sure but i believe i got in for $35 per ticket. i know in 94 it was $35 but only 300 seats were put up at 6pm. i got into that show free but i woulda bought a ticket if i had to. i know that tickets were that same price and the same amount of seats were held back at 10 other venues that year. i remember a 95 show also but i dont recall the specifics on the prices etc. i do recall that people complained about how they had jumped up more than 10% tho in that year.
    the atlantic city show with clapton etc. had no tickets set aside but the prices were pretty reasonable as i recall. i decided to stay home for that one and record it altho i ran into the city when they were done with the show because they went to a party afterwards and i wanted to be there too. normally i was able to convince keith or ron to get me in or i was able to sneak in myself.
    when mick was on snl with stevie ray the party was at a restaurant on 9th st and 6th ave in the village called texarkana. there were always parties after sat nite live. from 1980-95 i never missed any of those.

    has anyone heard any word on whether or not this final show tonite (last nite) was streamed or brdcst or anything? who showed up? its half past midnite here now which means its 530am in england. i figure the show ended 6 hours ago. someone post the setlist or a link to a high quality recording please.

    By darth on Jul 14, 2013

  21. normally i was able to convince keith or ron to get me in.

    uh yeah , cuz you are all buds right ?
    what a great imagination you have darth, please contact a publisher with your memoirs.

    By doosh bag envy on Jul 14, 2013

  22. Looks like someone’s needy for attention again. Please ignore.

    By Everyone Else On bigO on Jul 14, 2013

  23. “there were always parties after sat nite live. from 1980-95 i never missed any of those.”

    It’s true that there were, and are, always after-show parties, but you were never invited. You were on the sidewalk with the desperate groupies, the paparazzi, and the incessant autograph hounds. Oh, and BTW, Texarkana was at 64 West 10th Street.

    By SNL Lorne on Jul 15, 2013

  24. u wouldnt know if i was invited or not. u werent there. i was inside every time. i have proof not that i need it.

    as for me n keith / ron being buds well no not exactly buds but they knew me well enough that if i asked when i saw them to get me in they would. i was at the recording studio enough when they were working on dirty works that when it was essentially finished ron brought me in and let me hear it. dont need to be real buds for that. i didnt have a pass to get into invitation only events but there were times when both keith and/or ron were at them and id ask and i got in thanks to them. so no.. not really buds but theyre kewl enough to get me into things. it was up to me to keep myself in there. if i got kicked out that was on me. but that rarely happened. i believe only once in the early 80s. probably in 81 or 2. but i dont think any of them helped me to get into that event anyway.
    u know.. just cuz u didnt witness something doesnt mean it didnt happen. u idiots need to get over yourselves.

    as for where texarkana is.. i was a block off.. its 27 years ago. u had to look it up. i didnt. i went by memory. i went to all of the parties and several 100 of the actual shows (and some of the dress rehearsals) over those 16 years.

    lastly.. ignoring me isnt reading what i have to say commenting on it and then telling everyone else to ignore me.

    By darth on Jul 15, 2013

  25. “i was inside every time.” Of course you were.

    “they knew me well enough” They certainly did!

    “i was at the recording studio enough” Yes you were.

    “ron brought me in and let me hear it.” Of course he did.

    “i got in thanks to them. ” Yes you did.

    “theyre kewl enough to get me into things.” Absolutely!

    “u idiots need to get over yourselves.” Yes… yes we do.

    “i went by memory” No doubt!

    “i went to all of the parties and several 100 of the actual shows” Oh, I’m sure you did.

    By SNL Lorne on Jul 15, 2013

  26. “seems we all know who the bigger fool is…” Undoubtedly.

    By SNL Lorne on Jul 15, 2013

  27. How do I find comments here by me when I haven’t been home for two days.

    The blowjob from Dubious Lorna Dooch wasn’t even worth it.

    By sking on Jul 15, 2013

  28. My name is Dubious Lorna Doosh and I am a comedian. Well I’m not one yet but ever sense Joey Bishop died I’ve tried my best to be funny but nobody has payed me yet. I hate them. I used to want to be an artist, I filled out the matchbook and sent the money but I never heard back from them. I hate them. I drew the pirate. Before we discovered the internet I used to write on bathroom walls but then the parks & rec guy caught me and was gonna call my mom so I made up a name and he couldn’t tell her so I keep changing names now and nobody knows me. I hate that parks & rec guy.But I’ll show ‘em now I have a computer and at least now people are my friends and will talk to me. I hate you. I am a clone I am not alone. Hey, ya wanna color some pictures? I got these books with animals in them. Huh?

    By sking on Jul 15, 2013

  29. we`re throwing a little 70th b-day party for sir mick tonite , darth do you think you can make it?
    ron and keef.

    By doosh bag envy on Jul 15, 2013

  30. not if we have to watch you be sodomized like the last time.,…

    By SNL Lorne on Jul 16, 2013

  31. No I di-int… make the above comment. Nor did I see the aforementioned act.

    By SNL Lorne #1 on Jul 16, 2013

  32. what a night.
    first my buddies dave letterman and jimmy fallon wanted me on their show, then as i was getting set to stay in the house , keef and ronnie dropped off some demo tapes they want me to listen to for them and while I was cueing up the tape didn`t ol` clappers come round to get another guitar lesson from me. I was really going to pressure wash my underwear and blow dry my three hairs but eric is such an old friend I couldn`t say no. we ordered in some food from lee ho phucks and watched my secretly filmed tapes of the soon to be royal birth and laughed a thousand laughs.
    sigh.

    By tired darth on Jul 16, 2013

  33. Keef snorted my grandmother’s dog’s ashes. We were going to sue, but… it’s Keef ain’t it?

    Just saying!

    By Yermaw on Jul 17, 2013

  34. yer grandma lies it was a possum not a dog. kes` saying

    By tired darth on Jul 17, 2013

  35. i sorry for my lame attempts at humor and trying to bewitty…i really don’t have any friends,don’t know what that would be like -having a real true friend….so I post here in the hopes someone,maybe just maybe….will like me

    forgive me….please won’t someone help?

    By tired darth on Jul 17, 2013

  36. That’s okay son.

    By Darths mum on Jul 17, 2013

  37. My son is like Max the 2000 year old mouse….he was there!

    By Darths mum on Jul 17, 2013

  38. saddle me fish, I need to ride to market to get me gunny sack filled with riddly-giddly stinkemup trouser-coughs, to keep the dog from going all swingy-plink-plonk.

    By zoomanfooballs on Jul 18, 2013

  39. This isn’t the tight sound of the young Stones but the performances are good overall and the sound quality is excellent. Mick Taylor adds his unique style to “Can’t You Hear Me Knockin’” giving it an improvisational feel that varies from the original recording but certainly carries on the tradition. An excellent counterpoint to the Keith and Ron sound.

    By Jania on Jul 21, 2013

  40. mick taylor was the best lead guitar player these boys ever had.
    Jones was multi talent and could play everything from the bazouki to the vibes but he wasn`t as good of a guitar player. woodie is like ringo, right place at the right time.

    By smilin` jack duckfeather on Jul 21, 2013

  41. Any chance you could re-post the full video of the concert?

    By Mark on Jul 21, 2013

  42. Any chance you could re-post the full video of the concert?

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    By Cícero Schmidt on Aug 7, 2013

  43. a lot of people say ringo wasnt all that but u know one thing about ringo? there were 100s upon 100s of takes and retakes for the 100s of songs that the beatles recorded. not one retake was ever because ringo didnt get it right the first time. not many ppl know this. ringo got it right the very first take on every single song. there arent many bands that recorded songs in the studio that can say that about their drummer. the beatles can say that about ringo. think about that. he may not be the best drummer out there. many experts say that charlie watts holds that title. lots of fans says keith moon john bonham or ginger baker hold that credit. the lines of jazz and rock cross a little but there are so many amazing drummers. i have my personal favorite for my own reasons but i have heard the reasons other people who know much more than i do have given and maybe theyre right.
    ive seen buddy rich play and carl palmer cozy powell alan white all the names above of course and while i never saw gene krupa in person i saw him on film. and having seen over 2000 concerts in 30 yrs i think my opinion counts for something. however i still disagree with the experts. my favorite is still ginger baker. ive seen him do things no other drummers have done. i think the halves of his brain are truly separated. after him i think progressive rock drummers are right up there.

    By darth on Aug 7, 2013

  44. Taking my life in my hands . . .what a brilliant comment from the Darthman about drummers. I couldn’t agree more! Ringo has one thing many drummers don’t, and never will, have and that is he is a ’signature’ drummer. I can tell a drum pattern from Ringo anywhere. Similarly I can or could recognise Ginger’s drumming in a crowd of percussion. He was the first if not only drummer to start doubling, nay tripling, on the bass drum and make it sound like two when he only had one! I adore drummers and grew up with Johnny Marter who is a favourite for personal reasons (one of the nicest people I have EVER met) he of Mr Big and still very much thundering away. I guess my favourite would have been Art Trip III and John French but then I am a Beefheart freak

    What Darth says here is spot on!From Buddy Rich to Gene Krupa, Charlie to Ginger you know he’s right!
    Keep your parradiddles clean people!
    Peace out!
    The Swappmeister

    By swappers on Aug 21, 2013

  45. Swappers, John French is a good guy in person too. Did you get his book? published in England a couple years ago, now hard to find. LOTS of pages and full of history - French’s and The Magic Band. I believe it’s available only by import. John sold out all of his US stock about a year ago.

    By 5yrsnojob on Aug 21, 2013

  46. 5yrs- i just checked amazon usa and john french’s book “beefheart: through the eyes of magic” is scheduled to be re-released in october. at 864 pages it must be quite extensive. thanks for the tip. fyi- zoot horn roll published his beefheart book “lunar notes’ a few months ago.

    By barth on Aug 21, 2013

  47. http://ultimateclassicrock.com/palladia-concert-specials/

    By darth on Aug 22, 2013

  48. Johnny “WANKER Rotten. SHUT UP! you’re just an jealous old TOSSER. The Stones is still the GREATEST Rock and Roll band of all times.
    Henk.

    By Henk on Oct 4, 2013

  49. The very next time I read a blog, Hopefully it does not disappoint me as much as this particular one. I mean, I know it was my choice to read through, however I actually believed you’d have something interesting to talk about. All I hear is a bunch of whining about something that you can fix if you weren’t too busy searching for attention.

    By musculation on Oct 16, 2013

  50. Has anybody got a link to the full set video as I cant find one..
    I was there so would like to watch it again.. :)

    By In A Field on Feb 8, 2014

  51. in a field - theres a 67min full broadcast here -

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJSkApJm3zY

    and perhaps there is a more full downloadable more complete copy but work with the above for now. if i see something in the next few mins ill post again.

    By darth on Feb 9, 2014

  52. ok thats the only full video i have found unless u go to a site where videos are offered and since most shows are about 2.5 hours give or take.. this is less than half of the complete show as u know. but there were other shows from for example the prudential center in mid december the year prior that are complete and also on youtube. if u look down the list on the right side when u click my link above u will see that one and others.

    incidentally.. the best proshot concert the stones ever did.. is the garden in 72. hands down. the next best one is on the list on the side of the clip above and its the marquee in london 71. 3-26-71. its only 37mins but holy crap. its a keeper. jump on that if u havent seen it. any footage u can get your hands on from 69-73 is what u go for first. period. after that u go for what u like i guess. but the best performance stuff is the above as i mentioned. they have a texas show from i think ft worth 78. its a killer item. i dont personally love quick pop songs but sure charlie is my darling is nice. thats ireland 65. its fun. cute. yeah yeah. u can get the audio cd of that as part of the $90 box or u can dl it. yeah yeah. but in so far as live videos.. i think after the the lets spend the night together era from 81 which is taken from several venues there isnt any serious footage that is necessary to own. unless youre a completist and have to have all the pro shot footage u can get. which i was once.
    if u happen to want to get the sullivan shows..keep in mind there are 6 of them not 4. the newly released dvd only has 4 of them. its not complete. it has the full sullivan shows with commercials and other acts on them. but its missing the last 2 shows. so u might wanna look for the previous release of it or the boot copy of this. the boot has 55mins of nothing but the stones appearances which is how the thing should have been released in the first place.

    By darth on Feb 9, 2014

  53. The Rolling Stones played their first ever concert in Macau, China on Sunday as part of the band’s 14 On Fire tour, and video from the show has surfaced online -

    http://www.hennemusic.com/2014/03/video-rolling-stones-play-their-first.html

    By darth on Mar 11, 2014

  54. keith richards and his childrens book -

    http://www.theguardian.com/books/2014/mar/11/keith-richards-childrens-author-gus-me-story-granddad?CMP=ema_565

    i for one would love to get a copy of the audio book of this as read by the author. i wonder if it would come with a decoder ring for the garbled parts.

    By darth on Mar 13, 2014

  55. do you have an audio book of your posts darth? Would love to listed to it while taking a drive in the country.

    By nutshell on Mar 13, 2014

  56. @nutshell…

    yes he wrote a 500 million word tome titled “mr. ego : posts’ of my bigo years, lies lies & more lies.”

    including a section of photographs, how to meet real famous musicians, how to download from other music sites, tv listings of every tv show ever aired on American television, how to back track of years mis stated, how to befriend cdr traders & so much more.

    comes in audio form as read by the author where every word uttered all 500 million is i me mine & an occasionaly a u.

    simply a fascinating interesting read!!! get it today!!!

    soon to be posted here at the big o in 1 large wav file!!!

    By Jerry's Finger on Mar 13, 2014

  57. the audio book is a fascinating listen. darth makes poor attempts to imitate the voices of each rock star he mentions and accentuates his droning commentary with occasional farts and belches. sometimes he slips into a yoda-like narrative voice.

    u can also hear darth munching on chips and pretzels and what may be a double whopper and washing it all down with a double big gulp whilst narrating his opus.

    By barth on Mar 13, 2014

  58. hehehehehehe…

    thought Darth deserves a bump…we all need to hear this audio tome read by the great one….

    hehehehehehe…

    By Jerry's Finger on Mar 19, 2014

  59. I’m highly anticipating on hearing the chapter “how i attended hundred of shows in NYC from age 5-10: the 1965-1970 years….

    however I’m still bogged down listening to pages 15,000-18,000 “the in utero years: how I accrued all my knowledge to know it all”…

    By Jerry's Finger on Sep 25, 2014

  60. Darth, please forward a copy of your book, we would be very happy to publish it.
    We estimate it would have around 10,000 pages, contained in a set of 200 volumes, which would be ideal - one set would provide enough toilet paper for the average house for five years.
    So, in a manner of speaking, we would both clean up.
    Looking forward to hearing from you.

    By Annie Harbour on Sep 25, 2014

  61. about a month or so ago this idiot posted a comment after one of mine where i had not commented immediately but a few weeks later after the comment he had posted and i made reference to something he had said. weeks mind u. not 6 months which is ridiculous.
    he had a huge problem with that. so what did he do? he posts a comment here a full 6 months after my last comment on this page. wow!!!

    \o/ <<<this is me with my hands up in the air

    By darth on Sep 26, 2014

  62. wow glenny another chapter I can’t wait to read/hear…”I can comment days, weeks, months & sometimes even years…but god damn them if they do it!”

    oh boy oh boy oh boy tack on some 100,000 pages to this mighty find opus…

    By Jerry's Finger on Sep 26, 2014

  63. Don’t be so ungrateful, Darth - your utterances are timeless.

    By Annie Harbour on Sep 26, 2014

  64. I really like what you guys are usually up too. This kind of clever
    work and exposure! Keep up the wonderful works guys I’ve added you guys to blogroll.

    By Jesus on Oct 2, 2014

  65. super - if u mean everything u ever dl’d.. when u dl a concert u can burn it.. and u can put it on a drive. u can back everything on that drive or those drives (as in my case i have over 40 of them now) to a cloud. this means in cyber space. so if u had a crash or something happened and u lost everything on a drive or two or more.. u could rescue or retrieve everything u lost by downloading it from that place u had it saved to.
    if u didnt want to do that.. u could always just make your own back up copies.
    lets say u bought a drive for $50-75 and had a few 1000 concerts and albums saved on it. u could then buy another one and copy that drive to the 2nd one and stick a sticker to it saying back up to.. etc.
    i keep a notebook.. altho im not as anal as i once was.. with a little bit of detail about each drive as i finish filling it up. all my drives are externals. i stick a sticky to the drive and put it away. externals take up way less room than cds. i have about 75000 cds sitting here and trust me.. i just moved to another apt and they take up a lot of room and they are very very heavy. even when u dont keep them in jewel cases. i save mine in paper envelopes with clear windows. i dont bother with covers cuz im just not into that. if there is an important text file and u do have a printer stick that sheet in the envelope. otherwise save the txt file in the folder with the music on the drive.
    one of my drives is a terabyte with 34000 items from sugarmeg from about 6.5 yrs ago. but of course the size of those files is much smaller than higher quality files.

    By darth on Oct 4, 2014

  66. Can someone up load the Beatles the red lights on volumes. What I’ve heard of them they sound fantastic

    By tc on Apr 4, 2015

  67. some of the guests coming up on the stones zip code tour -

    http://ultimateclassicrock.com/rolling-stones-2015-tour-special-guests/?utm_source=sailthru&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=newsletter_5003207

    By darth on May 20, 2015

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