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Dir En Grey


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4.69 | 6 ratings

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4 stars Okay, before I start this, I should say that I haven't heard the two remixes on this single, but since no one has reviewed it, I thought I might as well.

Basically, this is one of the best Dir en Grey songs ever. EVER. From all the albums/singles put together. First off, the translations are beautiful, talking about death in the ways of colors and such. When that pause comes up the first time you listen to it, you right away think "No way! That can't be the end!" And then there's that nice little guitar thing and the better half of the song begins to play. The voices singing in the background (they sound like children to me) are just the perfect touch. And when Kyo hits that perfect high leaves any listener in awe. I suggest that you turn this song up as high as possible and just sit an listen. I got so addicted that I just listen to that song over and over agian.

All in all, I'm giving it a 4 because I haven't heard all of it. But I'm sure remixes of such a good song will still be good.

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