So, the other day, I updated the garbage plate. Now it sounds more like what I heard on the stream I heard it on. The stream's gone, and, heart-wrenchingly enough, TheWax can't remember it.
But giving up and calling it the national anthem of West Xylophone isn't an option anymore. I am seriously
destined to find out what it is.
As for information on the insane song, the song sounded like what if Square-Enix, SNES, and sports all crashed into each other and melded into one hideous blob. And those three combined never happened. The song was ridiculously long; on the stream, I heard about six or nine minutes of it. I think there was more to the song than just the intro and the seven-note flourish, but I'm not sure. The instrumentation was much more wild and bombastic, with what sounded like a monkey and a ding doing the high notes. The reason I know it's from the SNES is because it has the slight echo, appropriate sound font, and overall right consistency for the SNES.
Recently, one OS user has been scanning all the SNES OSTs he can, and he guesses it was either used for a level select, transition, or map screen. But whatever the case, the song doesn't really sound like something that would fit any occasion. It's just some random tune you listen to while doing garbage on the computer. You have to shoehorn in the sticky flourish into another music style for it to work; otherwise, it's just...there. Just walking on the street without revealing itself at ALL.
Yeah, life's not fair. Sometimes, you just can't win. But, as with anything, I never give up.