The title is a reference to “moratorium ningen“, a person that has difficulties growing up.
Psychosocial Moratorium is roughly defined as the state between childhood and adulthood in which a person tries to figure out their own identity.
To celebrate my *gun shooting and police sirens to overwrite my age* birthday, here’s a song about growing up and learning what it means to accept responsibility. Boy, can I relate to this one. *sips beer and cries* Also, most of my good friends forgot my birthday. One even thought it was yesterday. She didn’t wish me a happy birthday yesterday either, though. *takes another sip of her beer*
You wouldn’t believe what happened today. A suspicious package with my name on it arrived… and when I opened it, there was Yuuhei’s 想いが歴史に変わる時, 自由の翼 and Akatsuki’s 世界の選択 -Freedom Paradise- in it! Which mysterious power has send me these gifts, I wonder? Alright, fun aside. The package was sent by my dear friend Violet who was crazy enough to buy these albums for me as present although I don’t even deserve such kindness. I always feel really bad when people spend money on me, so it was the same this time (I probably shouldn’t try to guess what only the shipping costed) but I’m still really really really happy to be holding these gems in my hands. I’d really like to give it back to my wonderful friend somehow, but I’m hopeless at coming up with ideas and I’m bad at making other people happy. All I can do is being there and making them worry or annoy them all the time and I’m probably stressing out many people. But someday I’ll be able to give you back everything you gave me with all my heart. So wait just a little bit longer, alright?
Okay, enough of the introduction, let’s start with the album review!