- Doushiyou, Watashi
- Ichigo Ichie
- Ai no Dotanba – Dai 6kan ni Iya na Yokan!? Kanashimi ni Kureru… Robin ver. (Limited A only)
- Ai no Dotanba – Suki Dakara Shinjiteta!? Namida ni Yureru… Gotuu ver. (Limited B only)
- Ai no Dotanba – Kowaresou na Glass no Heart!? Nayameru Joshi… Hashimon ver. (Limited C only)
- Ai no Dotanba – Nankai Demo Nando Demo!? Shiawase na Doko… Mororin ver. (Limited D only)
- Doushiyou, Watashi (Instrumental)
- Ichigo Ichie (Instrumental)
1. Doushiyou, Watashi
Being the leading track, Doushiyou, Watashi was something I wasn’t expecting from the (now quartet) at least not since “Ijiwaru Crazy love”. It’s a bit more electronic than A-sides previous and it has a certain mature vibe to it. I think the best part is that everyone has a lot of solos and spotlight (especially for Gotuu and Mororin who usually are in the back). Also special mention to ex-ANGERME member, Kanon Fukuda, who wrote the lyrics for the song which is quite catchy. Very cool song for the group and a smooth transition after Akkyan left the group.
2. Ichigo Ichie
The other A-side is a little more towards the group’s sound before the name change. Meaning this song is a bit more guitar-heavy and just in-your-face which is nice since I’ve missed that sound that THE Possible was delving in through their 2nd/3rd album. Little strange that I can see Buono! or even ANGERME be given this song and I think it’s from the producers here. Still, the song is pretty much what I was expecting from the group.
3. Ai no Dotanba – Dai 6kan ni Iya na Yokan!? Kanashimi ni Kureru… Robin ver.
4. Ai no Dotanba – Suki Dakara Shinjiteta!? Namida ni Yureru… Gotuu ver.
5. Ai no Dotanba – Kowaresou na Glass no Heart!? Nayameru Joshi… Hashimon ver.
6. Ai no Dotanba – Nankai Demo Nando Demo!? Shiawase na Doko… Mororin ver.
It’s weird that the B-side of the single is split in the four regular versions here but are essentially the same track. Ai no Dotanba is a quick-paced track for the group and while it might not be at the same levels of its A-sides it definitely stands out. Though with the track having 4 different subtitles, this means that all four members have a different intro dialogue and final chorus corresponding to who is singing. I personally think it’s just unnecessary and would’ve been perfectly fine as the only version of the B-side and not try to have each member have a small difference depending on which version you ended up buying. Still besides that, I enjoyed the song for the most part and which it was an A-side!
This single was actually a lot better than their last single (which was their first under their new name). All 3 songs gave a pretty good vibe even if it seriously is blending to H!P’s arrangements. Also, I’ve mentioned already, but this is also the first single with only 4 members after Yurika’s announcement of leaving the group back in August. Great single overall and their best one in quite a while!