My Favorite Bands/Artists

These are by no means in any special order.

Gackt – His voice is beautiful (as well as other parts of him).  There are some songs that seem a little pop and some that seem a little more rock-ish so it appeals to both sides of me.  He has some very heartfelt songs that I want to listen to over and over again.  I started listening to him when he sang for Malice Mizer and continued to listen to him after he went solo.  My favorite songs by him at the moment are: Ghost, Returner, Redemption, Seiipai no Sayonara, Farewell, and Seki-ray.

Phantasmagoria – Visual Kei at it’s best!!  Riku *faint* is amazing…voice, beautiful…appearance, beautiful.  Need I say more?  Unfortunately, they band stopped making music together a while back, but their songs are worth listening to.  My favorites are Eternal Silence ~Gensoukyoku~, Variant Jihad, and Neo-ark.

Versailles – Another visual Kei band; with another beautiful creature as the front man.  There are some very dramatic intros and their PVs are fantastic.  My favorites are: Sympathia, The Love From a Dead Orchestra, and Beast of Desire.

D – This band is the same as the other two visual Kei band’s I’ve described, but with a bit more femininity thrown in.  My favorite is: Ouka Saki Some ni Keri.  Yeah, just one, but it’s amazing!

Kokia – Her voice is unlike any other I’ve heard before.  She has a little bit of an operatic sense, but it’s very gentle.  Most of her songs ballads.  Favorites: Ai no Melody & Cyouwa Oto ~With Reflection~.  Both of these songs are featured in the anime movie Origins: Spirits of the Past.  Ai no Melody makes me cry everytime I see the video…just watch it.

Well, I think I’ve wasted enough of your time for today…at least with videos.  ^_^  Sayonara!

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About eveamlizya

I am a 22 year-old who loves anime, manga, and Japanese music. I love tons of other things, but the basis of my blog are these things. I love different types of anime and manga so I'll blog about ones I've watched/read and give my opinions. Don't like it? Don't read it.

Posted on May 19, 2011, in Music and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Nice videos, thanks!!

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