Well, today I got it, and I have to say, I approve. I mean, it's something that you have to kinda hear to understand. It's a neat sound in the unconventional sort of way that's fitting for the band.
Basically, it's just one guy, with a banjo, playing...and yet, he manages to have a charm in his simplicity that makes it feel...RIGHT. Hard to describe. Butyeah, I AM a fan.
In other news, I've spent the majority of the day alternating between note compiling (rather extensively I might add) for the Rubyverse, and messing around by playing a new MARDEK game file save. I'm a perfectionist, so the goal for me is to get as much done as is possible, which in this case means maxing out all the players' skills.
This would be an easier task if we could reduce the party down to just one or two members, but no, it's a minimum of three (when the fourth's the one needing it the most). It would also be easier if when you target your own party members for attacks (because, yeah, you can do that!), it actually counted as an attack. But, nope, only enemy magic/physical attacks count to the magic/physical attack reactions, so what I have to do is basically sit back and let them wail on me until Mardek (the healer) runs out of mana.
Plus fight enough battles to get the miscellaneous skills maxed out, but that's a secondary objective. Right now, I'm in the forest next to the Tainted Grove--rather, the shaman's hut, because there's a save crystal there to replenish my health, while I farm in a poison-enemy-laden land. (I've still got 20 battles before another character can become immune to poison; right now, only Mardek himself is. Which means I've got 100 battles before my party's immune to poison, and 140 before it's permanent without using items.)
A bit time-consuming a task, I might add, but one which I feel is worth undertaking. My characters will end up being level 30 at the minimum by the time I'm done with the second chapter. (Shame there won't be a fourth. I don't mind playing a game that doesn't continue, but I still like things to be as complete as they can be. But it's the developer's life, and therefore the developer's call, on what to do, and what the developer decided was, apparently, a reboot, some time in the future. Their choice to make, and one to be respected, even if as a player it's personally a bit disappointing.)