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Album: Love Letter

Artist: GACKT

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2005
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

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

Tracklist For Love Letter By Artist GACKT

Title Artist Time
Seiippai No Sayonara GACKT 4:44 USD 0.99
Tea Cup GACKT 5:28 USD 0.99
Etude GACKT 6:24 USD 0.99
Arittake No Ai De - LLV GACKT 5:36 USD 0.99
Peace GACKT 4:12 USD 0.99
Kono Yoru Ga Owaru Mae Ni GACKT 4:58 USD 0.99
Kimi Ni Aitakute GACKT 5:33 USD 0.99
Dears - LLV GACKT 6:58 USD 0.99
Sakurasou GACKT 2:42 USD 0.99
Love Letter GACKT 4:55 USD 0.99

Reviews For Love Letter By Artist GACKT

  • Acoustic Gackt fantastic

    By OutlawRaven
    This album is more like an acoustic version of Gackt. Still full of emotion and so full of love. It is different from his usual albums, but it is still fantastic. Note: I am a 100% English speaker.
  • It's So Beautiful

    By ~Kai Yuki~
    Gackt's Voice in this Song is So WonderFul It' kinda Sounds like a Lullaby. :D It's Beautiful
  • An Album Full of LOVE

    By excusedearly
    All the songs on this album are beautiful, sincere love songs. Kimi Ni Aitakute is another of his unbelievably beautiful songs. Love Letter, fit for all wedding receptions. Dears - LLV, which I consider to be his love song for his fans (Dears), has been rearranged amazingly and quite different from the original found in MARS. Some may find this album a bit too mellow (after all, it's a collection of ballads), but I personally feel GACKT's overflowing love and passion in each one of the songs.
  • Ah, he's done it again! And for less!

    By Re:Member
    I was soooo happy to see this on iTunes, not to mention for LESS than the usual $9.99. You'd think that it would be, since I consider it a full-length album. Maybe Apple thought that all the songs were the same and thought we would get bored with it, so they sold it for less. They were wrong! It's an amazing album, full of depth and beauty. I challenge you to listen to "Peace" while reading the lyrics and not cry. It's an emotional album, that's the least I can say T__T
  • luv this album

    By Maha Mari
    Tea Cup and Kimi ni Aitakute are such good songs! >_< but then again...all of gackts songs are awesome
  • cookie demon

    By yay froggy
    gackt is a great singer hopefully he won't decide to retire this is probubly my favorite album. my favorite thing about the album is that gackt is able to do a soft album without sounding like a woman which is how most people tend to sound
  • Romantic CD

    By attackfish
    Gackt's 2000 release is just what it sounds like-- a collection of love songs. But that doesn't mean they're all a bunch of sappy, meaningless songs! It's a collection of soft acoustic sounds, but Gackt's energy is the same as always. Listen to the Love Letter remix of “Dears;” it’s well worth it! It’s amazing how GacktJob manages to keep the original energy of the song even at the slower pace. “Sakurasou” has an eerie quality, but has some meaningful lyrics (in spite of the la la las). A much softer sound than Gackt usually uses; it’s a great addition to his discography.

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