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  1. Nowhere Girl

    Is this really about sex? Reading the translation, it doesn't seem so. Try ZOMBOID instead. Now *that's* a song about fucking.
  2. Nowhere Girl

    Die looking chiselled as fuck. Toshiya has that creepy/sexy vibe down.
  3. Nowhere Girl

    They aren't remotely similar aside from the types of instruments they use... which are typical of a metal band anyway. Deftones is excellent, though.
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    Everyone has a different opinion and that's fine. For me, TIW is an album I really want to like, but I don't love it. The production is fairly poor for them, the mixing is shoddy, and the mastering is just godawful. Seeing the material live shows it in much better light. It's frustrating that they essentially ruined their studio versions like this, but they are what they are. I'm looking forward to seeing it live on Blu Ray. I figure that'll be more enjoyable than the garbage-disposal sound the album has. It feels like they tried to make a TMOAB2; it's as though they forgot that they released the last three albums and went straight from TMOAB to this. Despite this, some songs seem repeated from those previous albums, which to me shows lack of creativity. For example, Zetsuentai = VINUSHKA, and Keigaku no Yoku = DREAMBOX. The pacing is also bizarre, with the first half of the album being utterly relentless. I found it hard to distinguish anything noteworthy in those first six songs on first listen, and it's taken until now for me to digest that material. I've gotten used to the sound now and have accepted it. However, I really hope they don't continue in this vein with poor mixing/mastering (point of contention; I actually feel that everything else in the catalogue sounds at least okay). Regardless of how negative/critical I may be here, I do like all the songs on the album with the exception of Celebrate Empty Howls, which I just cannot seem to get into.
  5. They have over a month to relax between tours. I'm sure they'll be fine.
  6. Nowhere Girl

    For me it's the opening guitar riff that's repeated throughout the song. It feels disgusting, and I love it.
  7. Nowhere Girl

    Undecided and Bottom of the Death Valley would like to have a word with you. Also, the remake of Wake is excellent.
  8. If anyone should be ashamed, it's the band for selling it at such a disgustingly high price.
  9. Nowhere Girl

    I see you like NIN. On the more electronic, industrial side, you might enjoy BAAL or Blam Honey.
  10. Nowhere Girl

    I'm thinking of getting the TOUR12-13 IN SITU-TABULA RASA DVD. Is it any good? I've heard there are no subtitles for the documentary sections. If I know virtually no Japanese, is it even worth the purchase?
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    I'd love to see them again in the UK. It's doubtful, as I estimate only about 150 people tops attended the last concert. Looking forward to the new album. Might wait for a regular edition. Not sure how interested I am in another collab disc, unless there's something crazy on there...
  13. Nowhere Girl

    Seems like a troll post but you say "Prove me wrong" at the end. Sure. They then came out after a short time and played a completely off-the-cuff set without any bells or whistles. Kyo sounded great.
  14. Nowhere Girl

    For me it's just the opposite. Hated the album on first listen. Now I enjoy it very much. The only song I find to be a little weaker is Celebrate Empty Howls. That one's possibly a slow-burn grower.
  15. Nowhere Girl

    Dir en grey - TOUR2011 AGE QUOD AGIS Vol.1 [Europe & Japan] I think that's about it.
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