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"TOXIC" is an album by Japanese rockband the GazettE. "TOXIC" was released in Japan and Europe on October 5, 2011 by VVV Records (Japan) and CLJ Records (Europe), Taiwan on October 7, 2011 by Sony Music Taiwan and South Korea on October 11, 2011 by C&L music/Sony Music. "TOXIC" contains 14 tracks, including the four singles "RED", "SHIVER", "PLEDGE" and "VORTEX ".

Along with the Standard Edition, the album was also released… read more

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  • Avatar for TheGazettE1124
    I love all the GazettE albums and I love this album too. Haters, go away. [4]
  • Avatar for matheeus_Stos
    I love all the GazettE albums and I love this album too. Haters, go away. [3]
  • Avatar for pawzord
    I love all the GazettE albums and I love this album too. Haters, go away. [2]
  • Avatar for The_13th_Caesar
    I love all the GazettE albums and I love this album too. Haters, go away.
  • Avatar for Shizukasou
    Not as good as DIM, but this album is one of my favorites. [2]
  • Avatar for Laimelea
    I'll just pretend that this album doesn't exist.
  • Avatar for Pretsy
    Love it, it's not perfect but I still love it (: [3]
  • Avatar for Nicoxares
    Love it, it's not perfect but I still love it (: [2] Some flowness lacking, as someone said below, but it still has some pretty nice songs. Not a candidate to album of the year, but still a really fine listening.
  • Avatar for x0Rimachi0x0
    Love it, it's not perfect but I still love it (:
  • Avatar for Kazumuri
    Uruhaa is a perfect example of a blind, narrow minded fangirl who cannot accept negative opinions about her beloved boys. Does it matter if these people listen/like western music? Does it mean they're weirdos like you just said? Just because they listen to western music doesn't mean their opinions are automatically invalid. You just show you are narrow minded, especially when it comes to music and you need some education,that's all. But yes, apart from the minor tl;dr - This album is actually better than DIM, which isn't saying much, but it does have pretty decent tracks on it, it's not NIL, but then again, that'll pretty much never happen again with this band.

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