Gackt: No ni Saku Hana no You ni

No ni Saku Hana no You ni, Gackt1. No ni Saku Hana no You ni

2. No ni Saku Hana no You ni (Minna no Uta)

3. No ni Saku Hana no You ni (pf. style)

No ni Saku Hana no You ni is Gackt’s twenty-seventh single, released on February 7th, 2007.

Eesh… Gackt is one of the few musical geniuses that are popular, but No ni Saku Hana no You ni (like the flower that blooms in the field) is one of his few missteps. If it took him one year to make this single, it should’ve been much better. The song is seven minutes long and is just plain boring, because there’s no exciting or heartfelt, beautiful chorus. His voice sounds like the singer from B’z, another really famous band I hate, which isn’t all that bad, but does get annoying after a while. Toward the end, the song gets even worse, with what I’d like to call a pseudo-chorus. A completely uninteresting song.

The Minna no Uta version is merely a shortened version, clocking in a five minutes and a half. No ni Saku Hana no You ni (pf. style) adds a piano which does make the song sound a lot better. And the song is half the original length. So we have two of three problems resolved. But the main problem remains: the chorus is virtually inexistent.

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1 Response to “Gackt: No ni Saku Hana no You ni”


  1. 1 solarblade December 10, 2008 at 2:15 am

    Yea, I was holding off on the review, because of how blah the single was. *kicks Gackt* why did u make this song so lifeless *kicks twice*


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