Goodbye Blood And Roses

Album: Bara No Seido (2000)
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  • The group wrote this song in dedication to their drummer, Tetsu, who had passed away.
  • This is one of the few songs group leader Mana actually "speaks," although it's a small phrase. >>
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  • Melissa from Menomonee Falls, WiTetsu was not the name of their drummer; it's Kami. Tetsu was Malice Mizer's first vocalist and was supposedly fired by Mana because he didn't feel his singing was adequate for the band
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