Kesenai Tsumi PUNK&BABYs -AIR GUITAR MIX-
A hard opening this track is. This song reminds me of how fresh “Kibou no Kakera” sounded. It’s got a pretty rockin’ track, but the chorus did strike as strange and odd sounding. Still, I love how crazy everything is for her. The 2nd verse was ever cooler. Though it was short, it was a powerful and explosive track.
Lamia, the better track off the single. It’s got a more subdued rock sound and has the coolest guitar parts in it. It’s got such a nice steady beat and Nana sounds sort of like when she did “Kesenai Tsumi”. The beginning had a haunting tone to it like “Antoinette Blue” but then it turns to this rock gem. Love Lamia.
3. Kesenai Tsumi PUNK&BABYs -AIR GUITAR MIX-
Ack, I don’t like the later remixes of Kesenai Tsumi at all. Her voice doesn’t sound right with the song anymore. She’s so nasally and whiney. Have you heard the revised version from “BERRY BERRY Singles”? I noticed that the track is noticebly shorter. Then it goes to “PUNK&BABYs” which kinda threw me off. I guess it was a nice transition.
Nana’s 3rd single of the era is a rock hard single. PUNK&BABYs, was just as fast and furious as last single “Siren”. Lamia brought back the darkside of rock and well, the hybrid mix of Kesenai Tsumi and PUNK&BABY’s was a little odd. Still, its a pretty cool single