Twelve-year old Aoyagi Ritsuka lost his only kin when his brother, Aoyagi Seimei, was killed under mysterious circumstances. One day, he meets Wagatsuma Soubi, who claims to know his brother. It turns out that Soubi and Seimei used to be a fighting pair, whereby Soubi was the "Fighting Machine" and Seimei was the "Sacrifice". Now that Seimei is gone, Soubi 'belongs' to Ritsuka who will become his new "Sacrifice". After learning that Seimei was killed by an organisation known as the "Seventh Moon", Ritsuka decides to join forces with Soubi and investigate the truth behind his brother's death.
Runtime: 25 minutes
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Loveless is the second studio album by Irish rock band My Bloody Valentine, released on 4 November 1991 by Creation Records. It was recorded over a two-year period between 1989 and 1991, with vocalist and guitarist Kevin Shields leading the sessions and experimenting with guitar tremolo techniques and tuning systems, samplers, and meticulous production methods. The group cycled through nineteen different studios and as many engineers during the album's prolonged recording, with its production cost rumoured to have reached £250,000. Preceded by the EPs Glider (1990) and Tremolo (1991), Loveless reached number 24 on the UK Albums Chart and was widely praised by critics for its sonic innovations and Shields's “virtual reinvention of the guitar.” Following the release, Creation owner Alan McGee removed the band from the label as he found Shields too difficult to work with, a factor alleged to have contributed to Creation's bankruptcy. My Bloody Valentine struggled to record a follow-up album and broke up in 1997, and Loveless was their last full-length release until MBV in 2013. Since its release, Loveless has been widely proclaimed by critics as among the best albums of the 1990s, as a landmark work of the shoegazing genre, and as a significant influence on various artists. It was reissued as a two-CD set by Sony in May 2012 with remastered music and a previously unreleased ½-inch analogue tape version. The reissues placed in several international charts. In 2013, Loveless was certified silver by the British Phonographic Industry.
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