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'''藍紫色''', also mistakenly known as {{JP|愛紫色|Ai Murasaki Iro}}, is one of [[Dir En Grey]]'s earliest songs. It was never released in any form and only played live in 1997–98. Along with [[刹那]], 藍紫色 is one of the most famous indies songs by Dir En Grey.
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The first confirmed performance of the song, then called {{JP|新曲5|Shinkyoku 5}} ("New Song 5"), was on August 7, 1997. The official website confirms that the song was played on November 2, 1998.<ref>[http://direngrey.co.jp/special/arche2016/gallery_007.html direngrey.co.jp]</ref> This was also the last performance of the song, there are 10 confirmed performances in total. It is also mentioned in ''FOOL'S MATE'' #198 (April 1998), where Kyo explains that [[新曲2]] and 新曲5 were not finished yet and didn't receive proper names. On May 5, when the song was performed as 藍紫色 for the first time, Kyo also announced it as 藍紫色.
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You can listen to the October 28, 1997, performance of the song [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kO_zYGrSu7Q here].
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== Trivia ==
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* A live report from Dir En Grey's indies days lists this song as {{JP|ランシ色|Ranshishoku}}.
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=== Versions ===
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Revision as of 01:53, July 27, 2019

藍紫色
Rōmaji Ranshishoku
Translation Indigo-Violet
Appears on
Length
Lyrics by
Composed by

藍紫色, also mistakenly known as 愛紫色 (Ai Murasaki Iro), is one of Dir En Grey's earliest songs. It was never released in any form and only played live in 1997–98. Along with 刹那, 藍紫色 is one of the most famous indies songs by Dir En Grey.

The first confirmed performance of the song, then called 新曲5 (Shinkyoku 5) ("New Song 5"), was on August 7, 1997. The official website confirms that the song was played on November 2, 1998.[1] This was also the last performance of the song, there are 10 confirmed performances in total. It is also mentioned in FOOL'S MATE #198 (April 1998), where Kyo explains that 新曲2 and 新曲5 were not finished yet and didn't receive proper names. On May 5, when the song was performed as 藍紫色 for the first time, Kyo also announced it as 藍紫色.

You can listen to the October 28, 1997, performance of the song here.

Trivia

Title

  • A live report from Dir En Grey's indies days lists this song as ランシ色 (Ranshishoku).

Versions

Other Versions
Name Appears on
新曲5
ランシ色

References

  1. direngrey.co.jp
Dir En Grey
DiscographyTimelineMembersPromotional Versions
Albums
GAUZE (1999) PoemsMACABRE (2000) Poems鬼葬 (2002)VULGAR (2003)Withering to death. (2005)THE MARROW OF A BONE (2007) Liner NotesUROBOROS (2008) PoemsDUM SPIRO SPERO (2011) PoemsUROBOROS [Remastered & Expanded] (2012)ARCHE (2014)VESTIGE OF SCRATCHES (2018)The Insulated World (2018)
EPs
MISSA (1997)six Ugly (2002)THE UNRAVELING (2013)
Singles
業 / 蒼い月 (1997)「楓」~if trans~ (1997)JEALOUS (1998)-I'll- (1998)脈 (2000)【KR】cube (2000)太陽の碧 (2000)ain't afraid to die (2001)embryo (2001)かすみ (2003)朔-saku- (2004)GLASS SKIN (2008)激しさと、この胸の中で絡み付いた灼熱の闇 (2009)LOTUS (2011)DIFFERENT SENSE (2011) (2011)輪郭 (2012)SUSTAIN THE UNTRUTH (2014)人間を被る (2018)The World of Mercy (2019)落ちた事のある空 (2020)
Covers and Features
Covers: 親愛なるDEATHMASKINSANITYワルシャワの幻想EASY MAKE,EASY MARKNATIONAL MEDIA BOYS
List of all covered songs on setlist.fm
Features: 葬送絶彩 feat. 京Witch Huntアンプサイ
Other Notable Songs
INWARD SCREAMSE新曲2藍紫色刹那清水寺
sukekiyo
IMMORTALIS (2014)VITIUM (2015)ANIMA (2016)ADORATIO (2017)PASSIO (2019)INFINITUM (2019)接触 (2020)
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