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Disorder

Gazette

3000yen
(3300yen Tax incl. in Japan)
Points You Earn 6% (180p)
Release Date May 03, 2006
Availability Sold Out
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Product Details

Catalog No.KICS-40023
JAN/ISBN 4988003318581
Product Type CD
Number of Discs 1
Label/DistributorKing Records

Description

Reissue album release from Gazette's new label PS music.

Description in Japanese

DISORDER / ガゼット

PS COMPANYが過去にインディーズ発売した旧譜を、新レーベル「PS music」で販売実施!!

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    Tracklisting

    1
    THE $OCIAL RIOT MACHINE$
    2
    Carry?
    3
    ザクロ型の憂鬱
    4
    Maximum impulse
    5
    花言葉
    6
    東京心中
    7
    SxDxR
    8
    Anti pop
    9
    7月8日
    10
    さらば

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      Customer Reviews

      A punky delight! 5

      Compared to all of Gazette's other album, this one is the epitome of punk, "gazette style", and it is a bunch of awesome, agressive fun! Although, I think this album has the most cohesive theme(in both musical style and atmosphere):rebellion; it also incorporates other genre's,as well. "Intro" and "Disorder Heaven" definitely have some R&B elements to it, similar to Stacked Rubbish's "Art drawn by vomit" and "Agony". There is also a really fun, jazzy feeling from "Zakurogatsu no Yuutsu". And there are ballads too, like in any of their other albums ("Hana kotoba" and "Saraba"). My favorites are: "Social Riot Machines": I just need something with an edge to it, and this is great!! ^w^ "Carry?" Creepy, uniquely dark, and kinda rough too. "Zakurogatsu no yuutsu"; a seemingly optimistic, jazzy song, which offers a nice break in all the punk aggressiveness! "Maximum impulse"; a coarse, yet melodic song with alot of delicious energy! "SxDxR"; punk at it's best!! Energetic, but not punk in the stereotypical sense at all. With a catchy, harsh chorus AND a catchy lighter chorus; it's just spectacularly awesome!! "Saraba"; a very cool and unique song. With a depressing atmosphere, (in which the lyrics really reflect it truly), a simple composition,(yet the instruments are expertly executed, as usual), and a strong and powerful chorus, this song is spectacular. Ruki has such a way with conveying meaning with his voice!! It kills me! Similar to "Dainippon~", this album has the reputation of being, "really heavy" and possibly even difficult to listen to. Disregarding "$ocial Riot Machine$", I think this is a relatively tame album. But, that's just according to my personal opinion and taste in music. People are just different when it comes to music I guess. I think this album is just as easy to listen to as Stacked Rubbish or Nil. Maybe the GazettE has made me immune to harder music? I don't know, but what I do know, is that I LOVE this album!! [I was shocked to just see this awesome album out of print. You people have to find it somewhere! Seriously!]

      XD 5

      I must admit...........i have no favourite albums from the GazettE, nor any particular favourite songs. However, I think this band is FREAKING AWESOME!!!!! XD I LOVE ALL their songs and im definately gonna buy ALL their albums!! Starting with this one! Then NIL! XD Then Stacked Rubbish!! XD Then i'll start on their mini-albums too!! XD

      NEW ZEALAND
      Classic! 5

      It's always good to listen again to the guy's old times, and notice how have they improved. However, DISORDER still is my 2nd favourite album, losing only to NIL. Fans SHOULD BUY THIS right now :}

      BRAZIL
      Disorder review 5

      can't say anything other than GAZETTE ROCKS! this was a great album!! it had tons of their more heavy rock songs. though not as much as [NIL] but it was AWESOME! second to only [NIL]!!! MUST BUY AND LISTEN! support Gazette forever! XD

      SINGAPORE
      The soundtrack for the anti-social 4

      I didn't quite know what to expect from Disorder. Would it be similar to Nil and Stacked Rubbish, or more like the indie-rock style of their earlier works. The answer would be both, I think. Some songs like "The $ocial Riot Machine$" and "Carry?" are quite similar to those on their future efforts. Heavier, fast-paced and with some japanese rapping on it. Other songs are more indie-rock style, with only a few true ballads on the album. This version also features a short intro and outro, for a total of 12 songs. There are no photos on the cover or in the booklet, however. Sorry, visual fans. Better buy a live DVD such as M.R.D. (Maximum Royal Disorder tour), hmm?

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