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Discussion in 'Opeth (Archived)' started by Rakune, Jun 3, 2008.
So the Mellotron Heart CD shows up in Japanese in iTunes.
Sweet thread man?
Very nice! maybe if we learn how to read squares it will tell us more about the watershed mystery.
Haha.. I'm guessing you don't have any Japanese fonts installed. I wonder who else will be able to see it as I posted it
Just you wait... I'm on it.
Waaaaah..... complain about it. Go ahead. When most of us don't have it. We all feel for you....
UGH!!! I want to hear it so bad! Curse you Canadian iTunes!
Alright, I see it now. I had to Google how to enable it, enabled it, it installed about 250mb of stuff, some off my Windows XP disc which I had to find, then made me restart my computer. Most effort I've ever put into a thread.
Mellotron Heart must have the same track length as Hanamizuki-san's record. iTunes IDs an album by matching track lengths against a database.
Looks like her name is Hitoto Yo. Hanamizuki is a flowering dogwood.
It was -so- worth it, wasn't it?
So.. do you read Japanese? What does it say?
I don't know, but it looks better than a series of boxes.
I have a Mac.
Yay for Macs. Boo for American Itunes not having mellotron heart.
Haha I have Japanese font installed, and can speak Japanese, and can tell you that this thread title is not "Mellotron Heart", it's a song called "Hanamizuki" (or "Dogwood") by a Japanese singer called Hitoto You. So that must be what's coming up on the mp3's ID3 tag, lol.
Ahahahaha.... i have the font, when i read the thread's title i was wtf??... i guess you should have named the thread オーペス - ウォーターシェッド... ahahaha...
It should've read "Merroturon no Kakushi", but oh well.