Episode 410: Night of the World Conquering Cats

We’ve got a great show for you this week. There’s news, another scintillating discussion question, and finally we wrap up with a couple of reviews, Sekai Seifuku: Bōryaku no Zvezda and Night on the Galactic Railroad. Don’t miss it!

Show Notes


Intro – Be mine! by Maaya Sakamoto from Sekai Seifuku: Boryaku no Zvezda
Outro – Neko Mimi Mode by Dimitri From Paris from Tsukiyomi Moon Phase


Night on the Galactic Railroad – Wouldn’t kick it out of bed for crackers

Sekai Seifuku: Boryaku no Zvezda – Wait until it hits the US and netflix it

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0 Replies to “Episode 410: Night of the World Conquering Cats”

  1. As I stated in the forum show post, it was a result of using a different laptop to record on. Trying to raise the volume made the whole thing sound worse, so I left it as it was. In future I will use my usual laptop for recording.

  2. Ah ok, I didnt read that post as it just directs back to here. Sorry I didnt see that. No big deal just was hard to hear you without Red blasting out my ear drums, haha.

  3. S’alright 🙂 I was pretty miffed after we were done and I finally listened to my file. I wish we could re-do it, but I just won’t use that other laptop again.

  4. Wow, Red, that was some pretty awful pronunciation for Zvezda (Zoo-vee’-zu-dah). Instead of trying to say it in English, you should have just copied what it sounded like in the Japanese language track. That would have been more accurate. Here are links to the words, their meaning, and a pronunciation if avaialble.

    Zvezda (Star)

    Lady Venera (Venus)
    Motif: Clione (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clione)

    Galaktika (Galaxy)

    Dva (2 or Two)

    Lady Plamya (Flame)
    Motif: Orca (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Killer_whale)

    Professor Um (Intellect)
    Motif: Octopus

    General Pepel (Ash)

    Odin (1 or One)
    [Although written like the Norse god, it’s pronounced similar to “ah-gene”]

  5. No movie is without sin, TimeChaser! Pacific Rim is great fun. Who cares that it wasn’t flawless?

  6. bertman4, TimeChaser tried to correct him, but Red Unit lives by the code of the Burger King- have it your way! He ignored the second Z and instead found some way to add two I’s into Zevezda. How his mind works, we may never know.

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