Watching the introduction for the Nameless Liberty Six Bullets dvd, it
takes me back to that night at Tokyo Dome. That moment my heart
was beating so fast, it felt like my heart was about to burst out of my
chest. I had started crying even before they came out on stage.
Pathetic, huh? I remember holding Jen's hand, both of us shaking
with anticipation to finally see the GazettE live. The emotions
running through my head were indescribable.
Seeing the GazettE live was so much more different and special than
any other concerts I've ever been to. For one, the only other time I
traveled far for a concert (it was actually Bamboozle) was to New
Jersey, which is only a state away. Never in my wildest dreams did I
think I'd travel so far just to see a band play; when I first started liking
the GazettE...for me, actually seeing them live was just a silly fantasy
that would probably never happen unless they had an American tour
(which I seriously hope they don't because America will ruin them).
The amount of planning the GazettE and their staff had put into that
live was amazing and it showed. To cry and headbang that much all
in one night was, in short, very memorable.
Looking back, all the hard work I had to go through to go to Japan
and finally see my favorite band was worth it. It was worth waking
up at 4AM in the morning to open up the store. It was worth coming
home with the horrid stench of coffee after work. It was worth learning
the names and ingredients to 100 cupcakes. I'd do it all over again if I
Thank you to Ruki, Uruha, Kai, Reita and Aoi for the best day of my life.
I will never forget it.またね、ガゼット！あの日のこと,ぜったいにわすれないよ。