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Album: Mizerable - EP

Artist: GACKT

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1999
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 4

  • Copyright: ℗ NIPPON CROWN.Co.Ltd

Tracklist For Mizerable - EP By Artist GACKT

Title Artist Time
1
Mizerable GACKT 4:55 USD 0.99
2
Story GACKT 5:38 USD 0.99
3
Leeca GACKT 5:37 USD 0.99
4
Lapis GACKT 4:02 USD 0.99

Reviews For Mizerable - EP By Artist GACKT

  • favorite song,favorite artist, and favorite word.^_^

    5
    By Steam Powered Lain
    i love this song alot because it was the song that got me into listening to gack's music and i must say bravo for all albums (though i have not listened to them all cuz i'm lazy -_-) i hope that maybe one day i could go to a concert cuz i need to go to one. . . . where was i? oh right yeah um this album is pretty good i love all of these songs and anyone new to gackt reading this should check out diabolos it is my second. . . third favorite album from gackt ^_^
  • Beautiful.

    5
    By Charon-chan
    This is Gackt's first solo mini-album. It's absolutely beautiful. Not only is Mizerable a wonderful, catchy song, but the other three gems tend to be sadly overlooked. Story is a powerful instrumental version of the later song. Leeca and Lapis are slow, gorgeous acoustic songs. Leeca is my favorite; it has a bittersweet feeling that both brings a smile to your face and makes you want to cry. As much as I haven't liked Gackt's later releases, I can't deny how great he sounds here. He really shows off his vocal range. Ignore this album if you don't like emotional, violin-heavy songs.
  • Mizerable

    4
    By bonjourmila
    Possibly the best song by Gackt, in my opinion. This song made me fall in love with this wonderful artist. A well known musician in Japan, do check him out.
  • Great Mini Album

    5
    By Erik B.
    Mizerable is a great song; Beautiful and well written!!! An interesting fact about Mizerable is that the studio drummer for this song was Matt Sorum. For those of you who don't know, he was the drummer for The Cult, Guns N' Roses, and the current Velvet Revolver drummer.
  • Yes. Definately.

    5
    By Winchester Chick
    Every single one of his songs is amazing! Mizerable is a happy song, well-composed and did I mention happy? The actual lyrics might be sad (knowing Gackt I'm sure they are) but each of these songs sounds very cheerful. Now, I have just one more question: When do we get to buy the music videos, too? I might have to create a secret iTunes Japan account. Finally I get a video iPod and there's no Gackt music videos. ;~;
  • Finally!

    5
    By Bishie_Luva92
    It's about time we got Gackt on iTunes over here. This is something we fans really appreciate!
  • Gackt's great start to being a solo artist

    5
    By Samansa
    This mini-album helped Gackt separate himself from the J-Rock band Malice Mizer (hope to see their stuff on iTunes one day as well). I think he did a very good job with this. Mizerable is one of my favorite Gackt tunes. While Mizerable is a great song, I love listening to the other tracks just as much. I think they show Gackt's great range and keeps you thristing for the subsequent albums. He's not just a man with a pretty face. He's a man with a beautiful soul and voice.
  • A Brilliant Artist!! :)

    5
    By Haruko
    I'm so HAPPY to see Gackt's Discography available on Itunes!! From Mizerable, to his latest, Returner. Love every song!! :)
  • In a state of SHOCK

    5
    By Lara McTyer
    I seriously can't believe we have access to his entire catalog on iTunes. I plan on eventually buying every single track, no matter how much I've already spent on his physical cd's. They are going to be watching how the sales do, I am sure! Mizerable was the first song I ever heard... and will always have a very special place with me. I discovered Gackt strictly by accident. I figure no better place to start than at the beginning!

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