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Music Video: Jesus

Artisit: GACKT

  • Genre: J-Pop
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:43

  • Copyright: GACKT

Music Video For Jesus By Artist GACKT

Reviews For Jesus By Artist GACKT

  • Get more!!!!!

    By FFVII Vincent Valentine
  • Ehhh

    By Fma girl
    It's a good video but they need to put the redemption music video on iTunes
  • Thank you itunes

    By lucky#13<3
    Fianlly they are starting to get some great j-pop/j-rock songs! Gackt is amazing and it shows a great side of japanese music! Gackt!!!! <3
  • Wow, Gackt really shines!

    By Celeste_Tsukino
    Minus the Natzi blowing his head off at the end, Gackt truly SHINES in this video. HIs gorgeous looks plus his outstanding singing in this edgy video really had me rocking out. I don't speak Japanese, however the sound that Gackt (and the great band backing him up) creates a truly eerie sound that few American musicians can master. Grats Gackt, you truly rock.
  • LOVE The sound yo!

    This has got be one of Gackt's best single's yet this band dose not seize to amaze me and the whole ww2 ss suicide thing and the spiritual lyrics are amazing and shocking but also a little depressing but i guess thats what makes this video so good.
  • Love it!!

    By Haruko
    Love Love Love It!!!
  • FINALLY!!!!!

    By iDecade
    iTunes is adding gackt's mv. Da only thing they need to add is journey through the decade and the next decade.
  • yayayayay

    By murry72356
    i love gackt his music is amazing i think i tuines should try and get a little vistlip if they can, gackt rules none the less
  • Finally!!!!!

    By Jinx13_04
    Yes iTunes!!!!! You're doing it!!!!! Keep the Gackt MV's coming!!!! Click Yesd if you agree. I love this MV along with all of Gackt MV's! I love when Gackt goes rock! LOL

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