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I had a dream. It had X in it.

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on: March 09, 2019, 09:21:04 PM
Hey folx,

This night I had a dream. There is not much I can remember of it, but I want to share it with you.

X Japan had planned a new world tour. This time, however, significantly larger than the last 2010/2011. They should come to many European countries and should play even four times in Germany. How cool is that?

What made the dream so realistic were the unclear decisions where X Japan should play. For example, on a barbecue challenge event in America or a beer festival in Germany. So an event, where many small breweries and private brewers present their beer creations to a jury for tasting.
WTF? A beer festival? Why this? The decision is even stupider than Coachella. I mean, the audience at such an event is certainly not the target audience of X Japan. What do beer-drinking people do? Grooving, dancing and many other things, but surely do not listen to the X Japan ballads. And usually this is definitely not the ppl listen to metal. Ok, metalheads sure like to drink beer, but they do not necessarily see each other at such an event. I suppose fans of japanese culture are also rare at this partys. So what was the bloody point?

Well, now the dream is getting a bit darker. I had tickets for at least two shows in Germany. We have a big event planned for the concerts in the forum. I had taken several weeks of vacation and was busy with many organizational things. All x-freaks from Europe wanted to meet at several concerts.

But then another member of X Japan died. I have no idea how exactly, but the fact is, Yoshiki was dead.

* Please do not forget that it was a dream and that emotions and feelings are sometimes perceived differently than they would be in reality *

I just thought "So damn shit!" Everything was gone. The whole planning, the whole hoping for the new album, everything there. "I can never see them live again and there will never be new music."
The fact that Yoshiki died in my dream unfortunately did bother me as seriously as the death of Lemmy or Keith Flint in reality. Shit, but that's the way it is.

But enough of the feelings. Much more interesting was the following. Was it the end of X Japan? No! It was the opposite way round. All concerts took place. Similar to the acoustic special concerts 2017.
And that's not all. X Japan has become more and more successful and active. Toshi had taken the lead from X and the album was released. Tours and other song releases followed. Even another album.
Yoshiki was not replaced. Drums (on new songs) were played live by Toshi and Heath. That being said, the music became a bit more electronic. Like the songs of Ja Zoo or Dope HEADz or even Sugizo's Truth album.

I do not remember anymore. Unbelievable, isn't it?
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Reply #1 on: March 09, 2019, 09:29:56 PM
OMG It's sad that Yoshiki died but at the same time, the whole thing made me laugh haha and it's actually very realistic



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Reply #2 on: March 09, 2019, 10:30:12 PM
That's a sad but awesomse dream! The first part was really funny too, X Japan playing at a beer festival  ;D
I do wonder if X Japan would start doing stuff if Yoshiki wasn't in charge

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Reply #3 on: March 10, 2019, 02:38:22 AM
Yoshiki was not replaced. Drums (on new songs) were played live by Toshi and Heath. That being said, the music became a bit more electronic.

And then we finally got the second part of Wriggle.



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Reply #4 on: March 10, 2019, 09:31:39 AM
Yoshiki was not replaced. Drums (on new songs) were played live by Toshi and Heath. That being said, the music became a bit more electronic.

And then we finally got the second part of Wriggle.

this would be really nice!


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Reply #5 on: March 10, 2019, 05:09:00 PM
OMG! What a dream you had. 
But on the other side, it's not so blizzard. In fact, it sounds like something would happen in real life..... LOL



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Reply #6 on: March 13, 2019, 10:21:19 AM
Was it the end of X Japan? No! It was the opposite way round. All concerts took place. Similar to the acoustic special concerts 2017.
And that's not all. X Japan has become more and more successful and active. Toshi had taken the lead from X and the album was released. Tours and other song releases followed. Even another album.

Shooooot man, I certainly don't want the guy to die, but I wonder what would happen if he dropped X and Toshi or Sugizo took the lead. Don't hate me, but I would sell my pinky finger to see that happen.

Woah, I can haz admin colour.