from the album Maeda Yuki Zenkyoku Shuu ~Gwaenchanha~
|Released||September 26, 2007|
|Format||CD, cassette tape, digital download|
|Previous||Omae no Namida wo Ore ni Kure 7th single (2006)|
|Next||Gwaenchanha ~Daijoubu~ 9th single (2009)|
Ai Ai Daiko (相愛太鼓; Drums of Unrequited Love) is Maeda Yuki's eighth single. It was released on September 26, 2007.
- Ai Ai Daiko
- Zanza Koishigure (ざんざ恋しぐれ; The Sound of Rain And Feelings of Love)
- Ai Ai Daiko (Original Karaoke) (オリジナル・カラオケ)
- Zanza Koishigure (Original Karaoke) (オリジナル・カラオケ)
- Hello! Project 2008 Winter ~Kashimashi Elder Club~
- Hello! Project 2008 Winter ~Kettei! Hello☆Pro Award '08~
- Total sales: 760
- The single was rumored to be a double A-side titled "Souai Taiko/Onna Koi Shigure," but the title was changed to "Ai Ai Daiko."
- This is Maeda’s first release to be available on the US iTunes store.
- This single is a continuation of her collaboration with the same composer that worked on her previous single. Maeda said in an interview about this release: "Just like the cheerful, powerful sound of taiko drums, which goes like ‘Don Doko Dooon!’, I would like to stay fully energized at all times".
|Singles||1. 1. Naki Usagi | 2. Tokyo You Turn | 3. Tokyo, Yoimachigusa. | 4. Tokyo Kirigirisu | 5. Sarasara no Kawa | 6. Nishi Shinjuku de Atta Hito | 7. Omae no Namida wo Ore ni Kure | 8. Ai Ai Daiko | 9. Gwaenchanha ~Daijoubu~ | 10. Mianhaeyo ~Gomennasai~ | 11. Busan Hatsu|
|Albums||1. Maeda Yuki Zenkyoku Shuu ~Gwaenchanha~ | 2. Busan Hatsu ~Kankoku Series Best~|
|Units & Other Acts|
|Associated Acts||SALT5 | H.P. All Stars | Ganbarou Nippon Ai wa Katsu Singers|
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