Kaya: new DVD Bara no Souretsu -Vampire Requiem-

Discussion in '+schwarz stein+' started by Koji, Jul 27, 2012.

  1. Decadent Child -member- -member-

    Decadent Child
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    Posted: Fri Oct 5, 2012 11:45 pm

    Koji wrote:
    Oh I must've been misunderstood. My friend showed me a picture of the dvd that somebody, probably a store in japan, uploaded and it was showing the cover and in the back the tracklist. The picture is not that fine but you could tell it contained aproximately 10 tracks.
  2. Koji -member- -member-

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    Posted: Wed Oct 10, 2012 6:49 am

    Well, since it'd be easy to say the DVD is quite enjoyable and well-recorded, I'm gonna point out just some of the mistakes I think there are:
    - HIZAKI playbacking his own guitar strings in Curse of Rose... I mean, wtf?! And Kaya not daring to sing the long english sentences lol xDDD
    - Ave Maria shouldn't even be considered a song, it's just a requiem/ending sang by Selia alone, while HIZAKI and Kaya leave the stage hand by hand...
    - Parad"aice" lost -infection with Carmilla- sounds more like someone was messing with the keyboards rather than actually trying to remix both songs... and Kaya's not even singing the lyrics of PL most of the time, oh well, he must be getting tired of singing the same songs over and over again XD
    - They really should have added the song Selia sang, and of course, Addict and SALOME are inexplicably missing also...

    I think that's pretty much it, btw, the DVD alone is absolutely worth it for the PV of SALOME, I find it really awesome, specially the "dancing my ass off barefeet" and going absolutely nuts at the end with the "blood glass" and literally eating his dancer's mouth ::k:: The PV is directed by some random guy, so yeah, I think that's why it's actually better than the previous ones, at least imho!
  3. Xanadu -member- -member-

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    Posted: Sun Oct 14, 2012 5:03 pm

    I agree about the "Ave Maria"; that have to be the most etheral credits ever. :lol:
    I think it's partly understandable that Salome was cut, since I'm not sure how well it would have fit into the "story" he was telling there, but I still would have liked to hear it live, even out of context as a bonus song or whatever.

    And yes, the PV... The PV is really nicely done, and holy hell, they were quiet daring with some angles. :shock: Positively daring.