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    TrentReznor got a reaction from VESSMIER for a status update, I wonder if there is any interest in Mucc's FLAC/320 rips for their "pre 2007" releas   
    I wonder if there is any interest in Mucc's FLAC/320 rips for their "pre 2007" releases
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    TrentReznor got a reaction from VESSMIER for a status update, I wonder if there is any interest in Mucc's FLAC/320 rips for their "pre 2007" releas   
    I wonder if there is any interest in Mucc's FLAC/320 rips for their "pre 2007" releases
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    TrentReznor got a reaction from VESSMIER for a status update, I wonder if there is any interest in Mucc's FLAC/320 rips for their "pre 2007" releas   
    I wonder if there is any interest in Mucc's FLAC/320 rips for their "pre 2007" releases
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    TrentReznor reacted to Chi for a status update, reminder that JPS is on global freeleech   
    reminder that JPS is on global freeleech
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    TrentReznor reacted to Ob777 for a status update, off   
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    TrentReznor reacted to qotka for a status update, To be honest I was afraid the current tour MUCC are doing will end up cringy, with th   
    To be honest I was afraid the current tour MUCC are doing will end up cringy, with the string band and the fancy hall venues and all. But boy was I wrong. It was definitely different, but they did it just right - the strings weren't over the top (except in Daikirai, which was hilarious but also kinda cool and actually worked??), the piano added a nice touch to some of the songs and the setlist was just perfect for the more formal atmosphere. Going to the tour finale tonight, hope they change it up a bit for the enseiers (there were many of them this time, since the tour only had 5 dates - easymode!).
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    TrentReznor reacted to nostalgia for a status update, Die-hard MUCC fans are probably the luckiest ones ever due to these several reasons.   
    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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    TrentReznor reacted to suji for a status update, Happy birthday! Hope you have a wonderful day! ♥   
    Happy birthday! Hope you have a wonderful day! ♥
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    TrentReznor reacted to qotka for a status update, I promised myself I won't buy any more MUCC releases this year because it's getting r   
    I promised myself I won't buy any more MUCC releases this year because it's getting ridiculous. I just pre-ordered their self-cover album because 1) shit, the tracklist (I can't wait to hear what they'll do with '1979' and 'メディアの銃声') 2) look at this shiny piece of garbage:
     
    I need help.
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    TrentReznor reacted to qotka for a status update, So tonight's MUCC live felt for the first time like a real rock concert. Idk how to e   
    So tonight's MUCC live felt for the first time like a real rock concert. Idk how to explain it? It was in a tiny club, they were cosplaying themselves from 18 years ago but it didn't have that... v-kei pretentiousness? Which I usually dig, don't get me wrong. But this was a lot more like a 'western' rock concert at a local shitty run-down club, where the toilets are full of posters to hide the peeling walls. I never thought I would get to see them like that, and even when I got the ticket I still didn't think it would feel authentic. But it did. 
     
    Setlist from Twitter this time because I'm busy healing my soul and my shoulders (my punishment for being that tall gaijin standing up front is obviously to lift all the short girls when they wanna crowdsurf): 
     
     
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