Streetlight Manifesto's The Hands That Thieve featuring Hatsune Miku

that’s right, i’m the evil bitch who is teaching hatsune miku to sing streetlight manifesto songs

today i've been playing with the Genki bluetooth adaptor for Nintendo Switch
+ works with AirPods
+ tested Anker's atpX low-latency headphones with Taiko and i was able to play smoothly
- it didn't matter what headphones i used, the Genki would disconnect and reconnect a lot

i've been playing with vocaloid tonight, it's really fun! and challenging! but fun! i got miku to wish me a happy birthday

you know someone really turned on you when they unfriend you from pokémon go

now 17 years later, i don’t know if TK ever thought he’d win the war against Victory, but i know he will keep dreaming of winning, rearranging the rigged puzzle pieces, so that he can stand up and do what it takes

being betrayed by people siding with the enemy, suicide, religion, accepting the unknown, and all in that signature war-cry anthem style they have been perfecting over the decade

but as the years go by it hits me how these two albums are the culmination of the works of SM and TK: referencing lyrics and themes from the past albums

due to TK’s long fought war against Victory (a record label) a lot of the plans for this album and it’s sibling solo album, The Hand That Thieves, had to meet the big sleep

cut to such a long time later, i’m now on my own and trying to survive from toxic startup to toxic companies: we get The Hands That Thieve

this album hit me at a time that i was coming to the conclusion that i would need to escape from the grasp of the church. i can still belt out all of Mephisto’s Cafe from memory

in their third album, Somewhere In The Between, you really feel SM try to grow up from a third wave ska band to something bigger, taking on deeper subjects of religion and morality

every year something new hits me in his lyrics. “silence, sirens” hits me hard these days, especially when people close to me say "how've you been" and i don't say “i’ve been fine” -- i speak honestly to silence. sirens.

there’s a real hopefulness in his die trying attitude, and EGN is about breaking free of hurtful people while touching on the subject of suicide

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