Motteke! Sailor Fuku (Type C only)
Susume Adventure (Instrumental)
Motteke! Sailor Fuku (Instrumental)
I was kind of hoping the group would continue to sound like they did from “Ichizu” but with §Rainbow we’re back to more of the cutesy sound and sadly the girls didn’t seem quite as together as well. Like the more mature voices mixing with the more idol-cute voices didn’t gel very well. Didn’t help the song sounded generic overall. I was quite disappointed with this song.
2. Susume Adventure
The B-side begins with some clapping and some layering of the group’s voices. It definitely sounds like a song made for lives because in the studio, the ~YEAH~ sound really unlively lol. There’s something about the song that’s also lacking in some power, but I know this track would be awesome to hear live, it’s just weak in studio form.
3. Motteke! Sailor Fuku
The cover they brought this time is a song that’s a bit more recent, a 2007 anime theme that got pretty big back in the day. For a cover, they didn’t do so bad, but it’s definitely super cutesy here, but it’s pretty WTF so it kind of works for them. I actually thought it was pretty catchy and see why this song was so popular.
3rd single in and §Rainbow brought the group back down again. The main track just was plain and really didn’t do anything memorable for the group. Susume Adventure is a song that’s more meant for lives more than anything else an its studio version felt empty to me. Motteke! Sailor Fuku though was oddly the best the single had to offer, though it’s not much…I hope they pick it up in the next single!