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Album: Flower - EP

Artist: GACKT

  • Genre: J-Pop
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 4

  • Copyright: ℗ 2009 DEARS

Tracklist For Flower - EP By Artist GACKT

Title Artist Time
Flower GACKT 5:37 USD 1.29
In Flames GACKT 6:47 USD 1.29
Flower (Instrumental) GACKT 5:41 USD 1.29
In Flames (Instrumental) GACKT 6:49 USD 1.29

Reviews For Flower - EP By Artist GACKT

  • Very powerful

    By J-Rock Fan
    The more I heard this song the more I got into it I swear I could feel the emotions resonating through me and I felt such incredible urge to sing this out with all my might. If you have any sense of empathy you will be overwhelmed by its magnitude. This coming from me is actually something because it takes alot to overwhelm me. What I really enjoy is this music also has a bit of 1990's guitar tone to it back when music still had potential in america before it was ruined by today's no talent pop stars that have no understanding about the emotion with music and just think singing loud makes you good. Gackt and other japanese rockers I've heard, they get it right! ROCK ON GACKT! and keep working on your hollywood career too! I would love to one day hear you on american radio!
  • love him

    By mtc82
    i just love gackt. thanks itunes.
  • Oh my Gackt!

    By Sasquatch Wookie
    I don't feel as though I really have to say anything. Gackt pretty much speaks (sings) for himself. (Translation; if you don't love his music, you must not have ears.) I do really love that this is an '09 release, maybe if we're all very good, he'll release a 2010 album! *faints*
  • This is GACKT

    By Jyassa
    Flower is an excellent example of everything that is GACKT, powerful, beautiful, moving, all the things we love him for. The video for this one is pretty good too so check it out. In Flames is good as well, melodic and mysterious in the verses with a strong chorus. All together a good way to end the series of releases for the 10th anniversary and I'm glad itunes has all of them available so be sure to check them all out.
  • A must buy.

    By Haruko
  • New GACKT!!!

    By starsong_lady
    after much patient waiting we get it!! YES! I love this. So pretty!. Gackt has one of the best and most versatile voice in the business in any country. Hey ITUNES, what do we have to do to start being able to buy his vidoes??? Trust me, they WILL sell!. They are beyond incredible. Always interesting and do something fun to look at and lovely to listen to, they do not get boring and repeat. PLEASE bring them to us.

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