Image, the major label debut by legendary visual kei rock band Luna Sea, contains rather harmful material in one of the most engrossing ways possible. For the majority of this recording, the quartet are able to amalgamate different musical styles whilst still sucking on a bottle of graceful coherence. The arrangements aren't consistently perfect, though tracks like "Mechanical Dance," "Search for Imitation," and "Wish" effortlessly showcase the unit's composition abilities very well. Lead vocalist Ryuichi Kawamura's pipes offer a marvelous amount of zealousness, while Sugizo, J, Shinya Yamada, and Inoran's contributions can pretty much rise from the grave of lifelessness without warning - and problematic occurrences are rendered as infrequent.
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