Kesenai Tsumi (Instrumental)
1. Kesenai Tsumi
Whoop! Well, Kesenai Tsumi starts with some guitars and the drums playing. Nana comes in with a deep voice and starts off with the verse. Though she goes into her higher pitch in the chorus which wow…she’s got a whiney-sounding high pitch. It’s a pretty awesome rock song, if that’s what it is. Anyways, The guitar solo was pretty hard to listen to but still good nonetheless. I like her ad-libbing at the end of the song. Great start.
Shunkan is definitly a lot slower than “Kesenai Tsumi”. Once again she starts us with her singing the verses in her lower register. It also has a lot less energy pulsing through it. I’d call this the slower version of “pureness” but thats just what I think. A good pop/rock song anyway
Wow, and we get a little more lighter on the rock song. The thing is that Nana does sound a little whiney in the verses ahhhh!. This song sounds a lot like something you would hear Avril Lavigne sing, well obviously not in Japanese but I’m talking about the chord structures and overall sound of the song. I did like this song though, it gets me humming along.
Nana Kitade…..Obviously this single was really that good because of “Kesenai Tsumi’s” tie-in with Fullmetal Alchemist. Shunkan does go on to be on the album, which is kind of eh…I think Iryuhin would have been the better choice. Overall, it’s a nice single and all but you should stick with getting the album.