I should not even be irritated with suff like that, but the fact is, I am. Here's (approximatively, at least what I can remember of) what I've read yesterday in a French J-music magazine:
The Sixth day / Gackt (that is supposed to be a critic of it.)
Ex-member of the lost gays (the French word used was some bad word for "homosexual") of Malice Mizer, Gackt has realized that the visual kei was dead and, not willing to do some self-parody in order to eat -as Dir en Grey can do- Gackt turned himself towards what always works, pop-rock. Now, he's releasing a compilation of his singles. (I think there's something here about the fact that releasing a compilation is easy or something, but cannot remember) He should spend more efforts in his music than in his show-off (but his fans adore that.)
I don't remember the name of the person who write it, but it was a guy. So: Why the *** did they give this guy the CD if he does not like Gackt and J-Rock?!
+ It is even not a critic of the CD, but rather a kind of "killing" visual kei and Gackt.
+ Honestly, I doubt this guy has even listened to it, because the magazine was out just after the release of the Sixth Day. I don't think it is possible that he has written it while owning the CD. If he had listened to it, he would have noticed that most of them were new versions with obvious changes.
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