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Music Video: Returner -Yami No Shuen-

Artisit: GACKT

  • Genre: J-Pop
  • Release Date: 2007
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:31

  • Copyright: GACKT

Music Video For Returner -Yami No Shuen- By Artist GACKT

Reviews For Returner -Yami No Shuen- By Artist GACKT

  • My secret boyfriend!

    By TifferKnees
    I love that I can watch my favorite J-Rock star. Thanks iTunes for FINALLY adding this lineup. :D
  • Great video for a Great song

    By Jyassa
    So good to finally see some of his videos available. This is a great song, reminiscent of Mind Forest and full of GACKT's usual power and drama which the video also expresses, definitly check it out!

    By Uchihanamine
    I am absolutely elated that iTunes has started to put Gackt's music videos up!!! It's about time!!! I have waited years for this! Gackt is an extremely talented musician and actor and finally the rest of the world will be able to see this too. This is one of my favorite videos. Keep up the fantastic work Gackt sama!
  • FINALLY!!!

    By traceyfl20
    I am thrilled that this talented artist FINALLY has videos available on I-tunes. Gackt's music is truly international, beautiful, inspiring, moving, thought many things to so many people. Thank you I-tunes for FINALLY putting his "face" out there for us to see!
  • OMG....about freaking time

    By SakuraFlower
    Talented artist...the video is great and so is the song....even if you don't understand the language, tthe music strikes you deeply, drawing you in. His music will haunt you even after it ends.

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