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    Nuimee 7yr ago

    Hi I´m sorry for my late reply I´ve been on vacation and then my wall was spammed T_T

    Oh your sister....I miss mine already and its been 2 days since I last saw her :D
    Now that you mention it I should drink more...

    Normally I´m not against dubbing since germany is really a dub country and we have some of the best voice actors worldwide if i dare say so but thats mainly for western movies or TV series, anime is different, the translations are often messed up and it feels weird. For example, I watched the Gantz movies with my sister last week and theres a scene where a girl confesses her feelings to the main character. In japanese there are many ways of saying "I love you" all with slightly different meanings, in german theres only really one. I think they used a weaker therm in japanese because the german translation was "Ich mag dich" which literally translates to "I like you" but thats not the same as in english. Its more like a statement to say that you like a book or a movie and in this context its just plain weird...

    I think so too, but I guess it only worked out because BPR threats them like one group very often to begin with, they made sure every band joining them would fit right in characterwise, like they sent Royz on tour with Kiryu and Codomo Dragon with Royz before signing them. So they work well together, a song is always teamwork after all.
    GOEMON in pink :D :D Poor Arlequin...but I´d say dark blue fits both of them pretty well, its dark like their music tends to be and yet its a shining and strong color, unlike black its a color.

    I wonder, they sound different. R-Shitei says that SID influenced them and I think thats pretty obvious when listening to them though they have a style on their own. Just Mamo is maybe an even greater fan than I am :D 
    On topic of DIV...did you hear they´ll disband? T_T

    They actually are! <3 :D They participate in an event in octobre and Yuuya composed something :D Waaaaah I miss them T_T
    Haha thats from S (was used for a Ring movie), I have one as my cellphone lockscreen:

    I know that problem...I wrote half an english exam in french once....

    Live recordings have somthing like an echo, like you can hear its a wide space. I don´t think the quality is lower though if the audience shuts up and in japan they do. Of course theres the limit of how good they can perform live but with SID its never a problem and Kiryu has some very nice ones too.

    Its like, they have to move, it´d look weird if they don´t but then, how should they move? Having an instrument gives you a direction but without anything, its really difficult. They can´t just dance like Kpop groups do either.

    The new header are correct again :D I really like their outfits, even more than S.I.V.A, maybe enough to endanger Kiryus lead but I can´t say that until I see more moving pictures.

    I saw some really nasty comments on YT saying that VK is dead and someone answered "enough with worthshipping the old bands" and I think he´s right. Every scene changes and even though I really love some of the 2000er generation there enough talented groups to take over, Kiryu is prove of that. Just because its different from X Japan doesn´t mean its bad or not VK anymore, isn´t being different the whole point? How can they critizice them for being different from the old different then....makes no sense to me.

    Right I saw that too, I think they would be doing well in BPR, they don´t have a label either right? 

    Haha I should have shown her MyDragon :p But after watching some Kpop I get why she´s not shocked, Kpop MVs are weird too, but some are really beautiful.

    They stole my true fans T_T

    Seems like he did <3 Oh but you see, the truth is, he´d never had a solo project to begin with, he joined a Kpop group...really, its like seeing ghosts...

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    Nuimee 7yr ago

    Oh I forgot...that video you sent me is really cool! Follow them now^^

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