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#1286

Star wars Ep 9 speculation. What will happen and who do you think will survive?
I think Rey survives, but she may lose her identity in the process.


#1287

BUT wait, Palpatine died in the snap… Man D/MCU is so hard to keep track of.


#1288

Well, I’ve been listening to Dreamcatcher for quite a bit as I just ordered a VIP ticket to their concert here next month :grimacing:


#1289

Old school…


#1290

The song is hilarious. haha

Also, just found this:


#1291

#1292

I’ve been listening to the podcast “The Create Unknown”. It’s a really entertaining podcast where they talk about all things YouTube! They bring in tons of different people to interview from all parts of YouTube. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for something to listen to while playing games or doing anything really.


#1293

Awesome song!


#1294

“your value to human society is the same as medicinal herbs”, i’m ded :rofl:
isekai season is going hilarious


#1295

#1296

I decided to give Final Space a chance.

I appreciate, so far, that there are no absolutely disgusting “humorous jokes”. It is quite good so far, and I don’t care what others say, the art is fine in my eyes.


#1297

#1298
Lyrics

There’s a place where the crazy moon
Makes the monkeys sing and the baboons swoon
And the sultry scent of the lotus bloom
Will carry you away

Where the hippos swing from the jungle vines
And the rhino rumba in a conga line
And the pink flamingos are intertwined
As the stars come out to play

In Upendi
Where the passion fruit grows sweet
And it’s so divine
That you lose your mind
As it sweeps you off your feet
In Upendi
Without a worry or a care
It just takes two
To make it true
Your heart will lead you there

In Upendi
In Upendi

You better watch your step ‘cause the path is steep
Better hold your breath cause the water’s deep
It’s a long way down over Lovers’ Leap
But falling’s half the fun!

In Upendi
Where the passion fruit grows sweet
And it’s so divine
That you lose your mind
As it sweeps you off your feet
In Upendi
Without a worry or a care
It just takes two
To make it true
Your heart will take you there

You can beat the bush like there’s no tomorrow
From Tanganyika to Kilimanjaro
But you’ll find Upendi wherever you are
Oh, underneath the sun

In Upendi
Where the passion fruit grows sweet
And it’s so divine
That you lose your mind
As it sweeps you off your feet
In Upendi
Without a worry or a care
It just takes two
To make it true

We’ll take you there
Upendi

Down in Upendi
Way down
In Upendi!

Down in Upendi
Way down
In Upendi!

Down in Upendi
Way down
In Upendi!

Down in Upendi
Way down
In Upendi!


#1299

Alright I don’t think I’ve posted these guys before, but I’ve been really loving a band called the Struts.

A little variety of their stuff:

And of course, turns out they also did the official english version of my favorite anime opening:


#1300

tool

and much of this thread:
1 - Tristis
will be listening lots of that today


#1301

Have you listened to their new album?


#1302

yea, saw it after @Animosity posted it, it’s good, Descending might be my favourite from that album, but it’s hard to determine/sit down on one with a shifting mood


#1303

A lot of the Naruto openings and endings had really good songs.


#1304

First off, I implore anyone who has not seen FLCL to go watch it, it’s great, and its unrelated spin off sequel, Progressive, and Alternative, which is a spin off sequel to Progressive, and is also unrelated to FLCL and Progressive. I guess you could call them spin off’s since they are unrelated to FLCL for the most part. Watch FLCL first before Progressive and Alternative.

Here’s the link to go watch them all.

Second, PLEASE NO SPOILERS ABOUT ALTERNATIVE.

Now, something other than music this time from me. I’ve already watched FLCL a long while ago, probably back when TiVo was around, yeah anyone remember that? Now I’m working through FLCL Alternative and have already watched Progressive and I’m about to start on episode 4 for Alternative.

So far, I quite liked Progressive, and Alternative has been decent so far. Neither beat FLCL though, (even though they are unrelated) not even close.

Here’s the episode I’m on.


#1305

In 1969 five young musicians, all of them still relatively unknown to the general public - but destined to become international artists of the highest rank - came together to play Schubert’s Trout Quintet in the new Queen Elizabeth Hall, on the south bank of the Thames, in London. Their names: Daniel Barenboim, ltzhak Perlman, Pinchas Zukerman, Jacqueline du Pré and Zubin Mehta.

The concert took place on August 30th and I guessed that it would pass into legend in time. And so the obvious thing to do was to make a film about it because film remembers our artists and their artistic personalities in a way that not one of the other media is quite able to match. (…)

The resulting film, The Trout, was to become almost certainly the most frequently broadcast classical music film ever made. When it was broadcast for the eighth time in Germany, on 25 May 1994 on the ARTE network, it drew the biggest audience of all classical music transmissions on that network during the whole of the year - 25 years after it first appeared! It has become the best remembered emblem of a time in music which has gone, and seems to be forever gone.

The Trout (55 min)

Jacqueline is my all-time favorite cellist; Perlman, of all violinists currently alive, is the one I admire and look up to the most. An absolute joy of a movie for classical buffs.

@Vandem @Fraggles @Eidos @ohko