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Metalrain
September 27th 2016


564 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Agree with you, the gems on that album really make it worth it.

RunOfTheMill
September 27th 2016


3936 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Orgasm has to be my favourite X Japan solo

CalculatingInfinity
October 9th 2016


8813 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

https://youtu.be/uLzbOELhwVs?t=1m41s



Trve af X Japan holy shit.

EvoHavok
October 9th 2016


7679 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Damn!

Digging: Children of Bodom - Hexed

RunOfTheMill
October 9th 2016


3936 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Lol the crowd in that video is hilarious, none of then look like the metal type, but they go fucking crazy when they play Orgasm.



Great video

CalculatingInfinity
October 9th 2016


8813 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I know it's amazing.

Aberf
October 25th 2016


2432 Comments


X Japan is much better live honestly.

CalculatingInfinity
October 25th 2016


8813 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I love them studio and live, but Art of Life is pretty much objectively better live.

Meridiu5
April 5th 2018


1757 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Anyone still listen to these guys?

Album is lit af

Digging: Theatre Brook - I Am the Space, You Are the Sun

RikRoach7
April 5th 2018


3595 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Of course, pretty regularly even, although I listen to them more song-oriented than whole albums.

Meridiu5
April 5th 2018


1757 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Sweet. Yea I thought there was a bunch of filler on blue blood & jealousy but this one is pretty nice start to finish

Which songs are your favs?

RikRoach7
April 5th 2018


3595 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Hm, let me see ...



Alive, Kurenai, Endless Rain, Rose of Pain, Silent Jealousy, Say Anything, Art of Life (of course), Dahlia, Rusty Nail ... I think those are my absolute top songs, chronologically because I couldn't rank them. Just Art of Life on the top and probably Rusty Nail second. After that, I have no idea. It's probably apparent that I'm mostly into their symphonic metal style, even though I love their other stuff as well (X, Vanishing Love, etc.). The only stuff I'm not really into is their more glammy style, like Joker and Celebration (so basically hide's songs, but I love Scars).

Meridiu5
April 5th 2018


1757 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I see. The glam is pretty overblown for me too

CalculatingInfinity
April 5th 2018


8813 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

"Anyone still listen to these guys?"



Why would anyone not? Iconic stuff. As for their Glam stuff I'll defend it since Desperate Angel is in my top 5 X Japan songs.

RikRoach7
April 5th 2018


3595 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I like Desperate Angel. I see why it's a controversial song of sorts, but Toshi is amazing in it and it's super catchy. Certainly my favorite glam style song they did.

CalculatingInfinity
April 5th 2018


8813 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Their best Glam song easily yeah, to me everything about it is gold. The solo, the awesome break after it, Toshi's killer vocal parts in the verses...love it. I really like Joker and Easy Fight Rambling but I don't care for Celebration.

RikRoach7
April 5th 2018


3595 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Joker admittedly has some really good riffs. Celebration is probably my least favorite of that category, too. It's also a strange moment when it ends on such a goofy note and Rose of Pain starts with that dark organ.

RunOfTheMill
April 5th 2018


3936 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Ahhhhh, I love Celebration lol, that's one of my favourite X songs, let alone their glammy stuff. If we're talking hide stuff, his best song with these guys is Sadistic Desire

Casavir
January 20th 2019


3131 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Not a 5 but rules regardless.

Meridiu5
January 20th 2019


1757 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Album art deserves an award 🥇



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