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Album: The Seventh Night - Unplugged

Artist: GACKT

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2004
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • Copyright: ℗ NIPPON CROWN.Co.,Ltd.

Tracklist For The Seventh Night - Unplugged By Artist GACKT

Title Artist Time
1
Kimi No Tame Ni Dekiru Koto GACKT 4:50 USD 0.99
2
Mind Forest GACKT 5:40 USD 0.99
3
Kimi Ga Matteiru Kara GACKT 6:04 USD 0.99
4
Hoshi No Suna GACKT 5:25 USD 0.99
5
Kono Dare Mo Inai Heya De GACKT 6:12 USD 0.99
6
U+K GACKT 2:29 USD 0.99
7
Papa Lapped a Pap Lopped GACKT 3:00 USD 0.99
8
Mirror GACKT 4:42 USD 0.99
9
Uncertain Memory GACKT 5:39 USD 0.99
10
Kimi Ga Oikaketa Yume GACKT 7:09 USD 0.99
11
Last Song GACKT 6:34 USD 0.99

Reviews For The Seventh Night - Unplugged By Artist GACKT

  • A must have for any true Gackt fan

    5
    By Emii
    I truly think this is a beautiful album. If you are a big Gackt fan, you will probably love this. All of these songs sound amazing when they're done acoustically. Last Song and Kimi no Tame Ni Dekiru Koto are absolutely my favorites on this album. So if you are hesitant about buying the whole album, I would at least get these two. I thought it was interesting how he did Mirror, its fun. But yeah, I love this album...a lot!
  • Not my favorite - but fun

    4
    By GiornoGiovanna
    Since I'm more of a fan of Gackt's rock songs than his ballads this album wasn't my very favorite but I'll definitely make an exception to that statement for the stomping/clapping version of Mirror which is one of the most fun songs in my entire collection. Make sure to give that one a listen.
  • What a surprise (okay, not really)…

    4
    By attackfish
    Gackt rearranged several of his tracks…again! :) However, as I’ve come to expect of Gackt, these new versions of old favorites have a flavor that’s hard to describe. “Vanilla” and “Papa lapped a pap lopped” have some Latin influence, while U+K sounds like it’s been done by an orchestra! “Kono daremo inai heya de” has a beautiful piano intro. All in all, these songs are a wonder to listen to. It’s amazing how many different ways Gackt can write a familiar tune, but I always look forward to listening to his fresh takes. Give a few tracks a listen and see for yourself. <3
  • Great album

    5
    By Iridum
    While I think that some of these songs are less powerful due to the unplugged nature of the album, some are infinitely more beautiful with Gackt's voice being even more powerful. Last Song's piano version is reason enough to get this album.
  • <3gackto-sama<3

    5
    By Ryderawr
    I absolutely love this album, along with pretty much everything else he's ever done. <3
  • Seventh night Awesome!!!

    4
    By Minmi-Kokorue
    I love this unplugged!!!! My favorites are Kimi ga matteiru kara and mirror. The mirror was a really fun performance with a lot of camaradie from gackt-job and the audience. Kimi ga matteiru kara is had an acoustic sweet and yearning and endearing sound. That song is probably one of the most beatiful and anyone should definitly hear it in it's original version as well as in this one.

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