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Gackt Live Tour 2000: Mars sora kara no houmonsha/Visitor from the Sky - La réminiscence (2000)

Video  -  Documentary | Music  -  22 November 2000 (Japan)
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Title: Gackt Live Tour 2000: Mars sora kara no houmonsha/Visitor from the Sky - La réminiscence (Video 2000)

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Himself (Vocals, Piano) (as Gackt Camui)
You Kurosaki ...
Himself (Violin, Guitar) (as You)
Masa ...
Himself (Guitar)
Yukihiro 'Chachamaru' Fujimura ...
Himself (Guitar)
Ren
Toshiyuki Sugino
Jun-ichi 'Igao' Igarashi ...
Himself (Keyboard)
Yosh ...
Himself (Lead Dancer)
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Excellent is the word
3 January 2013 | by (Belgium) – See all my reviews

I just watched this concert video like 2 minutes ago, and I had to immediately come here and write a review.

I'm kinda familiar with Japanese culture and I knew about Gackt and some of his songs when I was in high school waaay back. So to get back into his music, along with other Japanese artists, is really a nice continuation of where I left off after high school ended.

Japanese rock/pop music, to a Western person like me, sounds very exotic. Melodic, weird, artsy, differently structured than pretty much all Western pop music. Gackt's music is just that. You don't need to know a word of Japanese to be able to enjoy and experience the expression of Japanese music. It sounds amazing and it's really something else.

I mean, this was just great. Not only do you get to hear some great music provided by Gackt and his excellent band of musicians, the visual aspect of the show is grand. I particularly liked the lighting setup, it made the whole thing look really big and it went really well with the music.

I can't really say much else about it. Excellent is the word. You HAVE to watch it and see for yourself. Highly recommended.


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