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music review: girugamesh – Colors | Gazette – Shiver (single)

The title track is nice but could have been better without the intro repetition. What I mean by that is they pull the same guitar riffs throughout the song. Even the guitar solo is absent, just solely relying on those riffs. The b-sides are atrocious though. These guys used to make nice b-sides but now it’s like they forgot how to make them good again.

Rating: 5/10

Shiver is damn catchy as hell. It’s been a while since Gazette made something this attention grabbing. I’m gonna be quite addicted to this song for a while.  The first b-side track “HESITATING MEANS DEATH” is not so good. Too headache inducing and it sounds like a low rent “Before I Decay”, plus it’s like they’d done this type of style for like 5 of their releases. “Naraku” is pretty good for a Gazette b-side. Most Gazette b-sides end up being crappy but here’s an exception.

Rating 8/10

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  1. Anonymous
    July 21, 2010 at 4:47 pm

    Lawl your taste in music is shit, the B-sides for shiver are fucking epic masterpieces, true gazette work like their old stuff. This single was the shit, pure win.

    • July 21, 2010 at 11:00 pm

      You think my taste is shit just because you disagree with my opinion? Sorry to say but that’s just a load bull. You’re gonna have to accept the fact everyone has different take on things whether you like it or not. So don’t make elitist comments like this again please.

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