2016/04/13

[NHK MJ '16 Apr. 4]

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These are the interview parts with English subtitles of this video which is already deleted. This program was broadcast on 2016 Apr. 4th 0:04-0:43(JST) for the first time, and "complete edition" on 2016 May 7th 2:00-2:44(JST) with one more tune (4m20s) & the interview expanded.
    Omitted parts contain the studio live performance (6+1 tunes rec. on 2016 Feb. 18th) and the same old introduction of BABYMETAL with Sonisphere, Lady Gaga, etc. Expanded interview parts are contained in part 3 (20s for restored words & one more question of Mr. Marty and 20s for one more answer of Miss Suzuka).

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[Part 1] (06:37.9 to 08:57, script 1 to 42)

[Part 2] (17:32.1 to 21:10, script 43 to 100)

[Part 3] (29:44.3 to 33:27, script 101 to 154)

[Part 4] (42:38.8 to 43:58, script 155 to 162)

Click caption button at the bottom right to display the subtitles. I'm sorry that the subtitles are hard to read because of overlapped Japanese subtitles and that I can't merge the videos in one.

I'm sorry if I've mistaken the voices of SU-METAL, YUIMETAL & MOAMETAL. The words enclosed with parentheses "(xxx)" are what I've inserted as supplement or what NHK inserted on their subtitles. The words enclosed with parentheses & asterisk "(* xxx)" are supplement that I'm not so sure of.

Notes

  1. I'm not sure whether "it (= the venue) has not changed" or "we have not changed" because there is no grammatical subjects and no clues.
  2. I'm sorry for failing to catch Miss Yui's words. Considering the context, most likely words are "taihen datta" (= it was tough).
  3. "Yoroshiku onegai shimasu" is literally "I beg you to do things properly (= in our favor)". It should be translated to "I beg your support / consideration / patience / etc." depending on the context. If without a context, I translate it to "I beg your kindness" which I found on the internet to be suggested by a native English speaker who had lived in Tokyo for many years.
  4. They met in 2011 Dec. for a magazine "SWITCH" vol.30, no.2 (pub. on 2012 Jan. 20th). Miss Suzuka was 13 or 14 yr. and Miss Yui & Miss Moa were 12 yr. then. Maybe it was not a talk session but a photo session.
  5. Miss Suzuka misunderstood Mr. Marty as a TV personality probably because Japanese TV variety shows for ordinary people often feature heavy metal musicians somewhat comically. Mr. Marty has appeared some music variety shows.
  6. "J-POP" means Japanese popular music. Originally this word was used to differentiate stylish music from old-style popular music such as "歌謡曲" (kayôkyoku) or "演歌" (enka). However, as many singers (including idols) came to sing the songs offered by such stylish musicians, such distinction became meaningless. Now all popular songs, except some old-style ones, are called "J-POP".
  7. To "American music" I translate "洋楽" (yôgaku). Since the late 19th century, kanji "洋" (yô) has been used for things of European mainstream: e.g. "洋服" (yôfuku; European style clothes). Now "yôgaku" means worldwide mainstream popular music, but most Japanese have in mind the songs sung in English, and here Mr. Marty probably used it for American music scene.
  8. Mr. Marty added "gichigichi" to "muzukashii" (= difficult). This onomatopoeia represents a creaky noise or the state of a thing such as a bookshelf filled with too many books. I'm not sure whether he simply meant Metal music is too difficult & complex or it therefore restrains players & dancers too tightly.
  9. To "break(s)" I translate "決め" (kime; lit. "fixed (phrase)"). It refers to an impressive section where all players play the same fixed phrase or to the phrase itself (including a pause where no players play). I don't know what English word is used for this meaning.
  10. To "annoying" I translate "yakamashii". It means "annoyingly loud/noisy". He may possibly have meant simply "too loud", but everything is loud in Metal music.
  11. "Irregular meter" is such a rhythmic structure as 5/4, 7/8, etc. while ordinary meter is 4/4 (8 beat rock, etc.) or 3/4 (waltz, etc). The tunes that continue such irregular rhythm are found only in ethnic music, modern jazz, progressive rock, etc. Probably Mr. Marty meant a bit of irregular meter inserted in ordinary 8 beat tunes to make them impressive.
  12. It may sound as if they're proud of publicizing Japan, but I wonder to what extent it is their real feeling.
        In 2014 June, Japanese TBS set up and broadcast the interview of BABYMETAL and the ministress in charge of "Cool Japan". TBS's conclusion was that the government should not lead somewhat off-the-point "Cool Japan" promotion but support the people, such as BABYMETAL, who really convey Japan's good points to overseas people through their works. It may be that many people (including NHK) said something like this and our two girls were somewhat influenced by it to say these.
  13. Miss Suzuka probably mentioned not dancing to Metal music but dancing to live music in general.
        Like most Japanese idol groups, Karen Girl's & Sakura Gakuin which she once belonged to (and also early BABYMETAL) sang & danced not to a live band but to playbacked tracks. Probably she couldn't recall other differences between BABYMETAL & others on the instant.

  The transcription (.srt file) is below.


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To tell the truth, one scene of "Headbangeeeeerrrrr" (2.9s) is inserted between script 2 and 3 in "complete edition", but I haven't uploaded the new part 1, so, I'm sorry, the timing of script 1 & 2 is unsuitable for the (old) part 1.

The Transcription (.srt file)

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[na] BABYMETAL was formed in 2010.

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Its members are SU-METAL, YUIMETAL and MOAMETAL. 
It is a trio Metal dance unit.

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[na] Its first solo concert was held at Rockmaykan, 
a live house located in Meguro, Tokyo. (2012.7.21.)

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The number of audience was only 150.

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[c] (a pilgrimage to their commemorative place)

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[na] They visited the live house 
after an interval of three years.

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[su] It's awesome, isn't it?

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[moa] Oh, it brings back good old memories. 
[yui] Right.

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[su] At that time... 
[su][yui] we got our photo taken, didn't we?  [moa] Yeah.

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[yui] Like this, we posed for the photo. 
[su] Right.

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[yui] I think I stood here. 
[su] Right, right.  We posed like this.

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[yui] We did. 
[su] (laugh)

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[c] (the photo of 2012 Jul.)

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[moa] (It has) not changed.  [su] Right.  *1 
[yui] Right.  I feel like (it has) not changed.

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[su] Oh.

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[su] Why?  Was it like this then? 
[yui] (Moa, after you.)

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[moa] Eh?  Was it like this? 
[yui] Why?  Was it like this?

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[su] Was it like this? 
[yui?] Eh?  Really?

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[na] This venue, Rockmaykan, has sent out many 
legendary bands such as X JAPAN to the music scene.

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This live house has left its name 
in Japanese rock music history.

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[yui] Ah, there stood (* speaker cabinets) in a row. 
[su] Ah, it was like this, like this.

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I remember that. 
[moa] Me, too.  [yui] Oh.

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[moa] Right.

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[yui] However, weren't we as small as this then?

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[su] Ah, I see.  [moa] That's true. 
[su] You saw the scene from that height.  [yui] Right.

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[su] But, were you really so small as that? 
[yui][moa] (laugh)

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[su] I remember well the audience 
were pushed very much from behind.

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[yui] Were they so?

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[su] Yes, I was very afraid 
whether all the audience could enter.

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[su] (laugh)

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[na] Now when they perform on a big stage 
for over ten thousand audience,

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they never forget their first (solo) concert.

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[moa] Uh-huh.  [su] Well, the concert was 
so tough that it was hard to breathe.  [yui] (???)  *2

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[su] The concert at Rockmaykan was 
the toughest concert in my memories,

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but, because we've overcome that tough time,

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no matter what a concert we hold now,

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we're alright with it if we recall that toughness. 
[moa] Yeah.

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[su] That concert also gave me such self-confidence.

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[moa] Well, no matter what a small stage, 
no matter what a big stage it is,

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we always want to present the very BABYMETAL surely.

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We want to show completely all of us in each concert.

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I think we had such a feeling since we were little.

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[mf] Hello.  [bm] Hello. 
[na] Why are BABYMETAL loved so much as this?

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A musician, Mr. Martin Friedman, hunts for their charm. 
[mf] Have you been well?  [?] Glad to (see) you (again).

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[bm] We beg your kindness.  *3 
[mf] I beg your kindness.

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[na] Mr. Marty is an able guitarist.  He was a member 
of a world famous heavy metal band, Megadeth.

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Now his base of activity is Japan.

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[c] When did you met for the first time? 
[su] How many years ago did we met for the first time?

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[mf] I think you don't remember it...

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because you were too young. 
[bm] I remember.

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[mf] Do you remember that? 
[moa] Yes, I do.

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[moa?] Hmm. 
[su] I wonder how many years ago it was.

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[yui] Maybe I was still in elementary school. 
[moa] I was still little.

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[su] Was I a junior high student then? 
(2011 Dec.)  *4

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[mf] You were then really elementary schoolgirls 
as small as this.  [su] (laugh)

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[moa] Ah. 
[mf] I had no idea that you would continue BABYMETAL

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because girls get bored easily, 
[su] (laugh)  [moa?] Uh-huh.

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[mf] and girls have no Metal spirits,  [c] (assertion!) 
[mf] basically.  [moa] Yeah.

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[mf] I got more and more news about BABYMETAL and felt 
you continued, you worked hard, your band went well, etc.

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You've indeed realized the potential (of Metal music). 
I am very glad for that.

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[su] We really didn't know Metal music at all then. 
[moa] Uh-huh.

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[su] When I heard Metal music for the first time, 
I felt like "What on Earth is this?"  [moa] Uh-huh.

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[su] When we met Mr. Marty for the first time,

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we really didn't know at all 
what kind of music we were performing.

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[mf] I think, of course, 
you didn't know me then, did you?

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[su] Well...  [yui] Hmm. 
I had often seen you on TV,  [moa] Yeah.

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[su] but I thought you were, if anything, 
a TV personality.  [mf] (laugh)  *5

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[su] I had such an impression. (laugh) 
[c] He is a world famous guitarist!

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[mf] That's alright. 
[su] I felt so.  I'm sorry.

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[mf] What music do you think Metal music is?

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[su] Well, when I attended the concert of Metallica, 
I felt much that...

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music is not what we listen to by ear. 
Their concert made me realize that.  [mf] Aha.

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[su] I really feel it beat my heart heavily, or...

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well, it sometimes happens during 
BABYMETAL's live performances too,

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I really feel myself moved from my heart. 
My body is moving before I notice that.

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It's something like 
"Don't think in mind! Move first of all!"

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[su] I feel Metal music is 
the music with such a strong message,  [moa] Uh-huh.

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and it cheers me up and gives me energy.

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After all, strong music or hard music...

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has a certain reason to exist in such a style. 
I feel so.  [mf] Uh-huh.

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[yui] Since we started BABYMETAL, 

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I always feel I am meeting my new selves. 
[mf] Aha, I see.

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[yui] Then I think, if I hadn't joined BABYMETAL 
which merged Metal music and cute music,

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I couldn't have experienced that.

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[mf] Do you know how fresh and original BABYMETAL is?

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The fusion of present Metal music and "kawaii" 
has never been done before BABYMETAL.

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Now the existence of BABYMETAL really makes me feel 
like "Oh, another possibility is open to Metal music.",

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so I, as a Metaller, am very thankful to you.

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[moa] I have a question to Mr. Marty. 
Why on earth did you decide to come to Japan?

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[mf] One day, I fell in love with J-POP.  *6 
[moa][su] Hah.

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[mf] Their melodies are different from American music, 
don't they?  [moa] Yes.  [su] Aha.  *7

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[mf] And they have interesting contrasts 
(of loud and quiet parts, etc).

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They have much "spirit of fusion".

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In American music, rhythm and blues is one music, 
Metal music is another,  [moa] Uh-huh.

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dance music is one more other, and it seems that 
they must not be merged.  [su] Aha.

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[mf] However...  [moa] Uh-huh. 
[mf] I wanted to do various experiments,

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and I was sure, if coming to Japan, I was able to do 
more adventurous collaboration.  [moa] Hah.

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[mf] So, when I see the success of BABYMETAL,

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I feel like "See! Fusion is alright",  [moa][su] Uh-huh. 
[mf] "Let's make new music from this (fusion)!"

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It is (proper to) Japanese music scene.

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[na] BABYMETAL's most appealing feature is 
their powerful and cute dance.

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The fusion of Metal music and dance 
that has never been before has surprised the world.

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[mf] After all, dance and Metal music must not be fused. 
[?] Uh-huh.

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[mf] However, when BABYMETAL do it, everybody likes it.

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[mf] Had you had experience of dance before BABYMETAL?

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[yui] Yes, I had.  [mf] Oh, you had? 
But it wasn't with Metal music, was it?

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[yui] Right.  I had never experienced Metal music, 
such as head-banging,  [mf] Uh-huh.  [su] (laugh)

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[yui] so it took me rather much time 
to get used to the dance of Metal music.

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[mf] Most Metal tunes are full of 
difficulty and complexity, aren't they?  *8

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They are not dance music. 
[moa][su] Right.

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[mf] They have many breaks, many annoying guitar solos 
and many irregular meters.  [su] (laugh)  *9 *10 *11

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[mf] The situation is different 
from that of dance music.

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How do you fit the choreography 
and the dance formation to Metal music?

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[moa] Well, I've learned music is common to the world 
through BABYMETAL's activity.

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Together with it, I feel 
dance is common to the world, too.

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I think, whatever music we dance to,

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our dance shall be able to convey our feelings.

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Even when we can't communicate with language, 
if only we can dance,

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there shall be something we can convey 
even a little bit.  I think so.

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I hope, by dance, we can convey some of 
Japan's good points or BABYMETAL's music.  *12

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I dance with such a feeling.

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[mf] In a sense, it's like a sign language. 
[moa] That's right.  [su] Aha.

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[mf] If one can't understand the words,  [moa] Certainly. 
[mf] one tries to interpret the dance somehow.

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[mf] Do you feel that? 
[yui] Yes, we do.  [mf] Uh-huh, that's good.

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[yui] Well, to the sound our (backing) band play,

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I hope that the powerfulness, the forcefulness 
or something of Metal music...

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can be added by our dance even a little bit.

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[mf] What difference do you feel between dancing 
to Metal music and dancing to ordinary dance music?

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[su] Well, in our concerts, both the accompaniment 
and our performance are live...  *13

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Hmm, I wonder how to describe...

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Concerts are live, and we can't tell what happens next,

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but I come to feel like enjoying even such happenings.

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I think it has such a charm. 
[mf] Uh-huh, wonderful.

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[na] After they began to perform on overseas stages, 
BABYMETAL have continued to sing in Japanese.

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[yui] After all, Japanese music is sung 
in Japanese, not in English,

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so we can't convey something (to overseas people). 
I think there is a (language) barrier, after all.

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Even so, would overseas people...

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kindly come to like Japanese music?

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[mf] Of course, the barrier exists, 
but BABYMETAL break it,

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and, in my opinion, you should sing in Japanese. 
[yui] Uh-huh.  [su] Aha.  [moa] Uh-huh.

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[mf] I think you've found it in concerts, haven't you?  
[moa] Yeah.  [su] Yes.

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[mf] The language barrier is not so big, is it? 
[moa][yui] Right.  [su] No.

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[mf] So I think BABYMETAL should go its own way...

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and it doesn't matter in what language you sing 
if one has come to like BABYMETAL.  [moa][su] Hah.

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[mf] Rather, singing in Japanese 
sounds cool and mysterious,  [su] Hah.

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[mf] and the listeners get eager to know 
what you sing, don't they?  [su] Yes.

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[su] After we began our world tour, I've found,

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though it is natural for the audience 
not to understand the lyrics,

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they've learned Japanese and kindly sing together. 
[mf] Uh-huh.

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[su] And some fan told us, learning Japanese, 
she/he felt it is a beautiful language...

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and Japan is a good nation. 
[moa] Uh-huh.

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[su] We've received such a fan letter.

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I came to realize we conveyed Japan's good points  *12 
after we began our world tour.  [mf] Uh-huh.

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I'm glad to know overseas fans feel that way.

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[moa] Now we're cutting a new path, 
and I feel it's very amusing.

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[yui] There is nothing that BABYMETAL can't do. 
I came to have such self-confidence.

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[na] Their world tour is such a large scale one that 
other Japanese artists have never done before.

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This journey continues to Tokyo, 
the site for the final concert in September.

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[c] What is live performance to BABYMETAL? 
[su] I feel it's something like a fight.  [moa] Uh-huh.

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[su] I think there is a scene that 
we can see only after we've fought.

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We feel, further and further, we can go,

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so we will keep fighting.  I think so.


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  2. Thank you so much for this translation. GJ!!!

    Fernando :)

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  3. Works perfectly! Thanks for your work, really nice interview.

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