Hare Moyou. (Instrumental)
I still feel that I miss her trance style and I got that with “Fantastic”, but we go back again to a more reserved pop style with her summer A-side, Alright!. You can still feel dance beats, but other than this is way pop and a dropoff for Ami. Honestly, this could be called “avex’s “love the island” as they both are summery tracks. Ami’s vocals are on that fine line between singing and yelling. Still, it’s one of the better tracks this era has provided.
2. Hare Moyou.
Ok, forget happy-go-lucky “Alright!” and let’s take a ride on the calm jazzy side of the B-side. This track sounds more summery than the A-side and that’s saying something. Yay, for something good as a B-side though. Ami is singing with some bongos and it’s just got a smooth arrangement. It’s definitly the best this era had to offer.
This definitly did a great job with representing the summer months at the time of its release. The bad thing though was that this single bombed terribly, especially after “Fantastic” it just began this slump of sales for her. Both Alright! and Hare Moyou. are underappreciated in my opinion…