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    nostalgia reacted to Ito for a status update, Sorry I haven't been around in the forum much lately. In related news, I'm getting   
    Sorry I haven't been around in the forum much lately. In related news, I'm getting married in 6 hours!
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    nostalgia reacted to rekzer for a status update, I survived Maria with only a broken finger. The damage is bad. Really bad. I have a   
    I survived Maria with only a broken finger. The damage is bad. Really bad. I have already seen a couple of looters. We have been told we wont have power for at least 4 - 6 months.
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    nostalgia got a reaction from AimiGen7 for a status update, "mazohyst of decadence" has always been my most hated DIR EN GREY song of all time.   
    "mazohyst of decadence" has always been my most hated DIR EN GREY song of all time. Despite how much I like GAUZE, it's the only song I would skip among their entire discography. lol
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    nostalgia got a reaction from AimiGen7 for a status update, "mazohyst of decadence" has always been my most hated DIR EN GREY song of all time.   
    "mazohyst of decadence" has always been my most hated DIR EN GREY song of all time. Despite how much I like GAUZE, it's the only song I would skip among their entire discography. lol
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    nostalgia got a reaction from sheepprincessgara for a status update, Die-hard MUCC fans are probably the luckiest ones ever due to these several reason   
    Die-hard MUCC fans are probably the luckiest ones ever due to these several reasons.
     
    - 20 year music career and still on going. Never once went on a hiatus
    - Lineup has never changed (if this doesn't count.)
    - Never forget their roots whether their newer stuff sometimes sounds disappointing probably because of experimenting, they still know how to make good music as if it was originally from their initial era. I believe only very few or even none can do this.
    - Regularly releasing new songs unlike other big bands from the same league.
    - Older and way older songs are re-recorded from time to time. What surprised me most was when the original version of NO!?, their first demotape ever, was included in Ieiji. How did they manage to maintain their first song when the band's future wasn't in sight during the past 20 years?
     
    This is from a casual MUCC fan's perspective like me. I'd have a lot to add if I were a hardcore one.
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    nostalgia got a reaction from sheepprincessgara for a status update, Die-hard MUCC fans are probably the luckiest ones ever due to these several reason   
    Die-hard MUCC fans are probably the luckiest ones ever due to these several reasons.
     
    - 20 year music career and still on going. Never once went on a hiatus
    - Lineup has never changed (if this doesn't count.)
    - Never forget their roots whether their newer stuff sometimes sounds disappointing probably because of experimenting, they still know how to make good music as if it was originally from their initial era. I believe only very few or even none can do this.
    - Regularly releasing new songs unlike other big bands from the same league.
    - Older and way older songs are re-recorded from time to time. What surprised me most was when the original version of NO!?, their first demotape ever, was included in Ieiji. How did they manage to maintain their first song when the band's future wasn't in sight during the past 20 years?
     
    This is from a casual MUCC fan's perspective like me. I'd have a lot to add if I were a hardcore one.
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    nostalgia got a reaction from sheepprincessgara for a status update, Die-hard MUCC fans are probably the luckiest ones ever due to these several reason   
    Die-hard MUCC fans are probably the luckiest ones ever due to these several reasons.
     
    - 20 year music career and still on going. Never once went on a hiatus
    - Lineup has never changed (if this doesn't count.)
    - Never forget their roots whether their newer stuff sometimes sounds disappointing probably because of experimenting, they still know how to make good music as if it was originally from their initial era. I believe only very few or even none can do this.
    - Regularly releasing new songs unlike other big bands from the same league.
    - Older and way older songs are re-recorded from time to time. What surprised me most was when the original version of NO!?, their first demotape ever, was included in Ieiji. How did they manage to maintain their first song when the band's future wasn't in sight during the past 20 years?
     
    This is from a casual MUCC fan's perspective like me. I'd have a lot to add if I were a hardcore one.
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    nostalgia got a reaction from sheepprincessgara for a status update, Die-hard MUCC fans are probably the luckiest ones ever due to these several reason   
    Die-hard MUCC fans are probably the luckiest ones ever due to these several reasons.
     
    - 20 year music career and still on going. Never once went on a hiatus
    - Lineup has never changed (if this doesn't count.)
    - Never forget their roots whether their newer stuff sometimes sounds disappointing probably because of experimenting, they still know how to make good music as if it was originally from their initial era. I believe only very few or even none can do this.
    - Regularly releasing new songs unlike other big bands from the same league.
    - Older and way older songs are re-recorded from time to time. What surprised me most was when the original version of NO!?, their first demotape ever, was included in Ieiji. How did they manage to maintain their first song when the band's future wasn't in sight during the past 20 years?
     
    This is from a casual MUCC fan's perspective like me. I'd have a lot to add if I were a hardcore one.
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    nostalgia got a reaction from sheepprincessgara for a status update, Die-hard MUCC fans are probably the luckiest ones ever due to these several reason   
    Die-hard MUCC fans are probably the luckiest ones ever due to these several reasons.
     
    - 20 year music career and still on going. Never once went on a hiatus
    - Lineup has never changed (if this doesn't count.)
    - Never forget their roots whether their newer stuff sometimes sounds disappointing probably because of experimenting, they still know how to make good music as if it was originally from their initial era. I believe only very few or even none can do this.
    - Regularly releasing new songs unlike other big bands from the same league.
    - Older and way older songs are re-recorded from time to time. What surprised me most was when the original version of NO!?, their first demotape ever, was included in Ieiji. How did they manage to maintain their first song when the band's future wasn't in sight during the past 20 years?
     
    This is from a casual MUCC fan's perspective like me. I'd have a lot to add if I were a hardcore one.
  10. Like
    nostalgia got a reaction from sheepprincessgara for a status update, Die-hard MUCC fans are probably the luckiest ones ever due to these several reason   
    Die-hard MUCC fans are probably the luckiest ones ever due to these several reasons.
     
    - 20 year music career and still on going. Never once went on a hiatus
    - Lineup has never changed (if this doesn't count.)
    - Never forget their roots whether their newer stuff sometimes sounds disappointing probably because of experimenting, they still know how to make good music as if it was originally from their initial era. I believe only very few or even none can do this.
    - Regularly releasing new songs unlike other big bands from the same league.
    - Older and way older songs are re-recorded from time to time. What surprised me most was when the original version of NO!?, their first demotape ever, was included in Ieiji. How did they manage to maintain their first song when the band's future wasn't in sight during the past 20 years?
     
    This is from a casual MUCC fan's perspective like me. I'd have a lot to add if I were a hardcore one.
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    nostalgia got a reaction from sheepprincessgara for a status update, Die-hard MUCC fans are probably the luckiest ones ever due to these several reason   
    Die-hard MUCC fans are probably the luckiest ones ever due to these several reasons.
     
    - 20 year music career and still on going. Never once went on a hiatus
    - Lineup has never changed (if this doesn't count.)
    - Never forget their roots whether their newer stuff sometimes sounds disappointing probably because of experimenting, they still know how to make good music as if it was originally from their initial era. I believe only very few or even none can do this.
    - Regularly releasing new songs unlike other big bands from the same league.
    - Older and way older songs are re-recorded from time to time. What surprised me most was when the original version of NO!?, their first demotape ever, was included in Ieiji. How did they manage to maintain their first song when the band's future wasn't in sight during the past 20 years?
     
    This is from a casual MUCC fan's perspective like me. I'd have a lot to add if I were a hardcore one.
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    nostalgia got a reaction from sheepprincessgara for a status update, Die-hard MUCC fans are probably the luckiest ones ever due to these several reason   
    Die-hard MUCC fans are probably the luckiest ones ever due to these several reasons.
     
    - 20 year music career and still on going. Never once went on a hiatus
    - Lineup has never changed (if this doesn't count.)
    - Never forget their roots whether their newer stuff sometimes sounds disappointing probably because of experimenting, they still know how to make good music as if it was originally from their initial era. I believe only very few or even none can do this.
    - Regularly releasing new songs unlike other big bands from the same league.
    - Older and way older songs are re-recorded from time to time. What surprised me most was when the original version of NO!?, their first demotape ever, was included in Ieiji. How did they manage to maintain their first song when the band's future wasn't in sight during the past 20 years?
     
    This is from a casual MUCC fan's perspective like me. I'd have a lot to add if I were a hardcore one.
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    nostalgia got a reaction from sheepprincessgara for a status update, Die-hard MUCC fans are probably the luckiest ones ever due to these several reason   
    Die-hard MUCC fans are probably the luckiest ones ever due to these several reasons.
     
    - 20 year music career and still on going. Never once went on a hiatus
    - Lineup has never changed (if this doesn't count.)
    - Never forget their roots whether their newer stuff sometimes sounds disappointing probably because of experimenting, they still know how to make good music as if it was originally from their initial era. I believe only very few or even none can do this.
    - Regularly releasing new songs unlike other big bands from the same league.
    - Older and way older songs are re-recorded from time to time. What surprised me most was when the original version of NO!?, their first demotape ever, was included in Ieiji. How did they manage to maintain their first song when the band's future wasn't in sight during the past 20 years?
     
    This is from a casual MUCC fan's perspective like me. I'd have a lot to add if I were a hardcore one.
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    nostalgia got a reaction from yakihiko for a status update, Is it only me who thinks Girugamesh's Omae ni was heavily inspired by MUCC's Bouze   
    Is it only me who thinks Girugamesh's Omae ni was heavily inspired by MUCC's Bouzenjishitsu?
     
     
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    nostalgia reacted to Shir0 for a status update, New Contest is up! Make sure to check it out   
    New Contest is up! Make sure to check it out
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    nostalgia reacted to nekkichi for a status update, explaining VK to your parents/normie friends:     
    explaining VK to your parents/normie friends:
     

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    nostalgia reacted to chemicalpictures for a status update, Misanthropist's "Solace" still amazes me even after all this time   
    Misanthropist's "Solace" still amazes me even after all this time
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    nostalgia reacted to Zeus for a status update, semi-friendly admin warning that i will revoke your right to post downloads if you   
    semi-friendly admin warning that i will revoke your right to post downloads if you continue to post shitty transcodes kthnxbai ^___^
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    nostalgia reacted to doombox for a status update, Transcodapallooza around here lately...    
    Transcodapallooza around here lately... 
  20. wow
    nostalgia reacted to AimiGen7 for a status update, I'm so close to getting to yellow name status. Hooo boy    
    I'm so close to getting to yellow name status. Hooo boy 
  21. wow
    nostalgia got a reaction from Original Saku for a status update, ROFL!! dat wow reaction.   
    ROFL!! dat wow reaction.
  22. wow
    nostalgia got a reaction from Original Saku for a status update, ROFL!! dat wow reaction.   
    ROFL!! dat wow reaction.
  23. wow
    nostalgia reacted to plastic_rainbow for a status update, these clubs are kinda cool actually. it's LJ all over again.   
    these clubs are kinda cool actually. it's LJ all over again.
  24. wow
    nostalgia got a reaction from Original Saku for a status update, ROFL!! dat wow reaction.   
    ROFL!! dat wow reaction.
  25. wow
    nostalgia got a reaction from Original Saku for a status update, ROFL!! dat wow reaction.   
    ROFL!! dat wow reaction.
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