Theme song for the Yu-Gi-Oh spinoff with motorcycles. For a while I turning on the television just to have this song wake me up in the morning. After a while of looking up who made it, it turns out he usually sticks to a completely different style of music and might not even want to be associated with the cartoon themes he's involved with.
>>42111 Nah, they're definitely not too big. I get a "file is too big" message, if I try to post something to big anyway. But I keep getting "filetype not supported" with MP3s that should definitely be small enough.
>>48271 Files size might be to big >3MB png, 6MB gif, 7MB mp3, 7MB swf, 7MB webm BUT it is known that plus4chan is buggy when it comes to mp3 file size, so don't feel bad if it won't upload. Just post a link if you really want to share. I am always interested in hearing what /co/mrades like to share.
>>48274 I thought I might as well mention, I think the "Unsupported file type" error is a general catch-all error when no known one occurs. I think so because I tried to upload an image and moved it out of its folder before clicking submit, resulting in a .png throwing that error.
>>417381 more >(slow heavy metal music playing). I kind of like the lyrics to this one, it's a sort of ode to a she-devil:
Look, she's agitated the Baphomette Look, she's bothered the Baphomette The flight, the sky, a man, a woman, oh, the Baphomette the flight, the sky, a god, a monster, oh, the Baphomette Look, she's bored, the Baphomette Look, she is beautiful
I don't quite understand the part that goes "Le vol, le ciel". Le vol can also mean theft. Is there some meaning here I missed? Baphomet itself is a creature symbolizing the equilibrium between opposites, at the same time being good and bad, "a man, a woman", "a god, a monster", as the lyrics say. So I feel like I missed another such opposition here with my poor French. Since Baphomet is both male and female, it's interesting that the song describes her explicitly like a girl (baphomette). And despite describing her in all her inhuman detail, the song ends quietly with calling her beautiful, as if the singer was in love with her.
>>417396 Short answer: philosophies and beliefs in the spirits change all the time and each new person can add his or her interpretation. You can call a "genderless" deity a "female", and not be wrong cause "in my cult this is canon".
A bullet was dodged: all the "missed" tracks on the newest Secret Messages re-release from ELO sound and are mixed great. Cannot say the same thing for the regular old tracks, since on the first CD release they sound FUCKING BETTER, but they are almost as good still.
>>417419 oh, that's interesting, new/old ELO content? I'll check that out, thanks for the heads up. I'm only familiar with the album Time, after that I checked Secret Messages and found that it was largely the same thing, and never bothered to check their other albums.
>>417420 ELO before Time (and, to be perfectly honest, before 1979 album Discovery) was a completely different band. It was led by a huge Beatles fanboy with progressive rock ambitions and a love for orchestral arrangements. Check out a classic ELO track, only a few tracks on Time/Secret Messages bear a resemblance.
>>417423 Yello has a huge and very eclectic selection of tunes spanning from 1980 till today, you can't really post one to summarize their works, and they were one of the early pioneers of electronic music along with others like Kraftwerk or Jarre. There's everything there from trippy techno to smooth downtempo to cha cha music. The best part is that their vocalist (who also does their videos) is literally a bored millionaire who the band found early on.