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30th-Dec-2008 01:26 am
mao distorted
This is simply amazing.

I'll never be able to understand how people can stand there and yell "YEAH!" and whatnot when he's like that.


30th-Dec-2008 08:36 am (UTC)
Oh, you published it ...
This is heartbreaking, this is eerie, this is so scary, this is *fails to find suitable words*.
He lets us see/listen into the deepest black hole of his soul.

Imagine how this would be, if the whole audience would be totally silent (of course, this would be the only adequate reaction). OH MY GODS. Could you stand it then?

In one live in the States, he even threw up (read this in some comments to this performance). No wonder.

The more I see, the more I listen, the more I try to understand the lyrics, the more I admire and worship him.
30th-Dec-2008 03:29 pm (UTC)
Mmhmm, I just had to. Almost put the others in the entry as well, but ... one is enough, in some ways.

Sometimes, they do. I can't totally remember the way it was at the concert in Munich, but I thought, the audience reacted adequate = silent to all things this kind. I can't remember soli the way they had then in the Dozing Green tour... and about that I do remember people screaming and laughing. Bastards... People that don't even try to understand Diru shouldn't visit their concerts. Fullstop exclamationmark.
And on whether I could stand it... in a way, sure. It's the way it's supposed to be, those people are so much of a distraction...

I read that in the comments too. Another one said something like "oh cool, why didn't he throw up at our live?" I would have deleted that comment if it were my file. Fucker.

31st-Dec-2008 08:27 am (UTC)
Maybe some people only go to Diru lives to watch something extraordinary, like Kyo cutting his breast or something like that. You know, like some people only watch certain sports events to see blood, or they stop at accidents not for help but of sheer curiosity.

For some, a Diru live is not more than a freak show, laughing at emotional moments prooves this best. It only shows that these are simply too stupid to UNDERSTAND.

Marilyn Manson once threw up at a live, and the reaction of the audience was that most of them threw up, too. This didn't happen intentionally. Some thought he did this as part of HIS freak show and simply to shock the audience. As in most cases, nobody wanted to know why this really happened.

I personally could understand quite good why Kyo threw up. Complete exhaustion. He literally cried his soul out. He's going past his physical limits - that's what makes me afraid of him but love him even more at the same time.
31st-Dec-2008 02:55 am (UTC)
Oh gosh. it is amazing. man... but it was much better experiencing it live... i noticed alot of people called it stupid and stuff... but they were people who just weren't even there =o=
31st-Dec-2008 03:04 am (UTC)
You've seen them live on their last tour?
It's always better experiencing it live. I've had something of that kind, on their Dozing Green tour. Kyo had his soli/a capella before and after Dozing Green... how I could have smashed all those bitches' giggling and laughing heads into walls =___=' Ignorant asses.
31st-Dec-2008 03:51 am (UTC)
Yeah i went to their recent tour.
and yeah it made me really mad because alot of people asked politely for people to please be quiet during his solo....but what happens "WOOOO YEAH" shut up he's not finished D< i wanted to sock them too... like... if i was the one performing i'd be P-O ed if people were yelling during my solo... i'd feel like i didn't have their full attention. it was one of those things where you really have to be there to feel the emotion. as for the throwing up thing... i didn't know he did that anymore. haha. >.< I'm glad he didn't throw up at my live... i think i would have thrown up too. haha seeing people throw up makes me feel sick =o=
31st-Dec-2008 05:06 am (UTC)
Mmm, and where that can lead to, when Kyo doesn't get the attention he deserves... just research what happened at Wacken. I feel so sorry for him. Stupid ignorant ar*curses*... *sigh*
The feeling the emotion part... it's another thing I can't quite grasp. To me, Dir en Grey's presence, especially Kyo's presence, on stage, is so.. eminent, so prevalent and domineering, how do people fail to be taken by all those emotions? Well maybe they just can't feel as intense as others... it's sad though, having to endure them.
I was glad he didn't even have to hurt himself at the lives I went to. Made me feel a bit proud of the audience ^ ^' At least the one in Munich.
31st-Dec-2008 08:42 am (UTC)
I just watched it again (it's not easy to do this).
Now tears are rolling down my face.
It's strange, this evokes different feelings any time I watch. This time the prominent feeling was loneliness, an entire solitude. When Kyo stretches out his hand, it's like crying "help me out of here". Just watch his face at this moment. He suffers physical pain.
As if he was sitting in a bubble, out of this world, not recognizing nothing.

I would like to hold him, to shout at him that he isn't alone.
31st-Dec-2008 06:39 pm (UTC)
Yeah, I felt like that before, too. ;_;
1st-Jan-2009 12:29 am (UTC)
wow.... just wow... if i was there id prolly just be all quiet and watch huhu...

kyo... just... amazing.
1st-Jan-2009 03:29 am (UTC)
That's right <3 He is *-------*
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