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February 9, 2007

Albany - Some monsters are in Albany ready to rev up big crowds at the Albany Civic Center. Earlier today, monster crew members were preparing these cars for their demise at the Civic Center.

They'll be jumped and crushed by monster trucks. You'll also get a chance to see a gigantic "transtormer" (that's a favorite with kids) and that's not all. "What I think is most exciting part of the show is the free style motor cross," says Shawn Hern. "We've actually got a guy coming in this year that's on the national circuit, does the back flips and things like that."

You've got plenty of time to make it to the Albany Civic Center for tonight's (Friday) show. It starts at 8PM and tickets are available at the box office. If you can't make it tonight, bring the kids tomorrow at the same time.

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