Cue! (Original Karaoke)
BGM1 ‘Boku, momo-i mon”
BGM2 “Za, Hero Deshon”
BGM3 “Futsu Wota”
BGM4 “No Nai Kanojo wo Shoukai Shimasu”
Cue! begins with static and opens into so really happy song that I’m obviously afraid of. The music is a little odd as it’s pop/rock, but there’s a fair share of typical anime-like synths and mixed on with Momoi’s vocals, it doesn’t make anything any better. The chorus is a bit better, but damn the whole uber happy feeling just feels amazingly tacked on. Ok, maybe I’m getting used to the music, and majority of the song, but still it doesn’t stick like “Feel so Easy!” did.
2. BGM1 “Boku momo-i mon”
The first BGM is kind of strange. I mean seriously, who puts BGM’s on singles? It’s a little more or less the same melody being repeated over again. Some keyboard and xylophone and you get this….and over a minute as well.
3. BGM2 “Za, Hero Deshon”
It’s funny that the next BGM has a stronger flow to it and has electric guitar in it. If I’m correct this seems to be the theme for some superhero on this single’s tie-in. It’s pretty long for a BGM at 3 minutes. It still sounds better than the first one.
4. BGM3 “Futsu Wota”
The thrid of the BGM’s, Futsu Wota is quite nice and calm actually. I thought it was going to be uber cute and full of icky sugary content. It’s actually a calm track with mostly piano. The rhythm is quite nice and helps with the piano’s more random insertions, but it’s really nice.
5. BGM4 “No Nai Kanojo wo Shoukai Shimasu”
Which oddly enough slides into our last BGM quite nicely. It isn’t as friendly like “Futsu Wota” was. It’s actually quite a depressing little tune here with only piano. Simple it may be, but it does like to drag itself along the 2+ minutes.
6. Jingle Shuu
Icky…it seems the final track on the single is rather a conversation of Momoi with various characters of the show and is split into three different conversations. Really strange way to end the single off if you ask me, but it does show Momoi’s seiyuu abilities and she gots the uber cute girl down pat.
What a strange single this was. I mean besides the title track, the rest of the single was odd. I mean 4 BGMs? I’ve never seen this on a single before (then again I don’t follow too much in the anime-esque tracks). Then Jingle Shuu was just the icing on the cake with it’s conversational output…Cue! though was alright, still vocally bad, but I like the arrangement overall…weeeeird single.