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Onna to otoko no Lullaby Game [Regular Edition]

Morning Musume

1000yen
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Release Date November 17, 2010
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Product Details

Catalog No.EPCE-5728
JAN/ISBN 4942463572822
Product Type CD
Number of Discs 1
Label/DistributorSony Music Distribution

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Description

Forty-fourth single release from Morning Musume.

Description in Japanese

女と男のララバイゲーム [通常盤] / モーニング娘。

モーニング娘。の44枚目シングル!!

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    Tracklisting

    1
    ONNA TO OTOKO NO LULLABY GAME
    女と男のララバイゲーム
    2
    AISARE SUGIRU KOTO HA NAI NO YO
    愛され過ぎることはないのよ
    3
    ONNA TO OTOKO NO LULLABY GAME
    女と男のララバイゲーム (Instrumental)

    Customer Reviews

    Good graduation single 4

    So this is it, the "Pandas" - Junjun and Linlin - and Eri Kamei's final single. The title track, "Onna to Otoko no Lullaby Game", is certainly not a bad song. Perhaps not something I would expect for a graduation single, but definitely not bad; I particularly like the instrumental. The graduees get more lines than usual - I actually heard Linlin and Junjun in this song, which made me happy, since I so rarely do. Ai and Reina still lead the show, naturally, though maybe a little less than usual. The song may take a few listens to get used to, but I only like it more the more I hear it. The coupling track, "Aisare Sugiru Koto wa Nai yo", is actually pretty good itself. I rarely expect too much from H!P c/w tracks, especially these days, but I do like this one. Again, the girls who often get shoved to the back in terms of lines get a decent share of the singing in this one, even if Ai and Reina still dominate. There is quite a lot of Risa and Eri in this song, and they sound perfect. The chorus is great and the instrumental sections sound good. Overall, this was a really nice way to say goodbye to Eri and the Pandas. Two strong songs with better line distribution than usual. All that remains now is to wait to see what Tsunku does with the 9th gen's debut. Hopefully it'll live up to it.

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