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Boogie Woogie LOVE / Koi wa Magnet / Ranrarun ~Anata ni Muchuu~ (ブギウギLOVE/恋はマグネット/ランラルン〜あなたに夢中〜; Boogie Woogie LOVE / Love is a Magnet / Ranrarun ~Crazy for You~) is Country Girls' 3rd single. It was released on March 9, 2016 in 6 editions: 3 regular and 3 limited. The first press of the regular editions include a random trading card of 8 kinds depending on the jacket (24 in total). The limited editions include an event lottery serial card number.

"Ranrarun ~Anata ni Muchuu~" is a cover of the 1961 song "I've Told Every Little Star" by Linda Scott.

This is the debut single for Yanagawa Nanami and Funaki Musubu. It is also the final single for Inaba Manaka as a member of Country Girls.

Tracklist[]

Country_Girls_-_Boogie_Woogie_LOVE_(MV)_(Promotion_Edit)

Country Girls - Boogie Woogie LOVE (MV) (Promotion Edit)

Country_Girls_-_Koi_wa_Magnet_(MV)_(Promotion_Edit)

Country Girls - Koi wa Magnet (MV) (Promotion Edit)

Country_Girls_-_Ranrarun_~Anata_ni_Muchuu~_(MV)_(Promotion_Edit)

Country Girls - Ranrarun ~Anata ni Muchuu~ (MV) (Promotion Edit)

CD[]

  1. Boogie Woogie LOVE
  2. Koi wa Magnet
  3. Ranrarun ~Anata ni Muchuu~
  4. Boogie Woogie LOVE (Instrumental)
  5. Koi wa Magnet (Instrumental)
  6. Ranrarun ~Anata ni Muchuu~ (Instrumental)

Limited Edition A DVD[]

  • Boogie Woogie LOVE (Music Video)

Limited Edition B DVD[]

  • Koi wa Magnet (Music Video)

Limited Edition C DVD[]

  • Ranrarun ~Anata ni Muchuu~ (Music Video)

Event V "Boogie Woogie LOVE"[]

  1. Boogie Woogie LOVE (Tsugunaga Momoko Solo Ver.)
  2. Boogie Woogie LOVE (Yamaki Risa Solo Ver.)
  3. Boogie Woogie LOVE (Inaba Manaka Solo Ver.)
  4. Boogie Woogie LOVE (Morito Chisaki Solo Ver.)
  5. Boogie Woogie LOVE (Ozeki Mai Solo Ver.)
  6. Boogie Woogie LOVE (Yanagawa Nanami Solo Ver.)
  7. Boogie Woogie LOVE (Funaki Musubu Solo Ver.)

Event V "Koi wa Magnet"[]

  1. Koi wa Magnet (Tsugunaga Momoko Solo Ver.)
  2. Koi wa Magnet (Yamaki Risa Solo Ver.)
  3. Koi wa Magnet (Inaba Manaka Solo Ver.)
  4. Koi wa Magnet (Morito Chisaki Solo Ver.)
  5. Koi wa Magnet (Ozeki Mai Solo Ver.)
  6. Koi wa Magnet (Yanagawa Nanami Solo Ver.)
  7. Koi wa Magnet (Funaki Musubu Solo Ver.)

Event V "Ranrarun ~Anata ni Muchuu~"[]

  1. Ranrarun ~Anata ni Muchuu~ (Tsugunaga Momoko Solo Ver.)
  2. Ranrarun ~Anata ni Muchuu~ (Yamaki Risa Solo Ver.)
  3. Ranrarun ~Anata ni Muchuu~ (Inaba Manaka Solo Ver.)
  4. Ranrarun ~Anata ni Muchuu~ (Morito Chisaki Solo Ver.)
  5. Ranrarun ~Anata ni Muchuu~ (Ozeki Mai Solo Ver.)
  6. Ranrarun ~Anata ni Muchuu~ (Yanagawa Nanami Solo Ver.)
  7. Ranrarun ~Anata ni Muchuu~ (Funaki Musubu Solo Ver.)

Featured Members[]

Country Girls promoting "Boogie Woogie LOVE"

Single Information[]

Boogie Woogie LOVE
  • Lyrics: Miura Yoshiko
  • Composition: Hoshibe Sho
  • Arrangement, Programming, and Guitar: Kikuya Tomoki
  • Brass Arrangement, Alto & Tenor Saxophone: Takegami Yoshinari
  • Trumpet: Yoshizawa Tatsuhiko
  • Trombone & Bass Trombone: Handa Nobuhide
  • Chorus: M!ho
  • Music Video: Kawatani Hideo
Koi wa Magnet
  • Lyrics: Izutsu Himi
  • Composition, Arrangement, and Programming: Yasushi Watanabe
  • Guitar: Shouji Toshiyuki
  • Chorus: M!ho
  • Music Video: Kawatani Hideo
Ranrarun ~Anata ni Muchuu~

Performances[]

TV Performances[]

  • [2016.02.11] The Girls Live (Boogie Woogie LOVE)
  • [2016.03.10] The Girls Live (Koi wa Magnet)
  • [2016.03.17] The Girls Live (Ranrarun ~Anata ni Muchuu~)
  • [2016.05.05] The Girls Live (Ranrarun ~Anata ni Muchuu~)
  • [2016.07.07] The Girls Live (Koi wa Magnet)

Concert Performances[]

Boogie Woogie LOVE
Koi wa Magnet
Ranrarun ~Anata ni Muchuu~

Event Performances[]

Boogie Woogie LOVE
Ranrarun ~Anata ni Muchuu~

Trivia[]

  • The first track revealed was "Boogie Woogie LOVE", announced in the Country Girls' official blog on January 2.[1]
  • This is Country Girls' first triple A-side single.
  • This was Inaba Manaka's last single as a member of Country Girls. She graduated on August 4th due to poor health.
  • "Boogie Woogie LOVE" is the second Country Girls' music video to reach 1,000,000 views on YouTube.
  • The Dance Shot Ver. and Close-up Ver. of both "Boogie Woogie LOVE" and "Koi wa Magnet" appears on Country Girls Music Video Clips Vol.1.
  • The Dance Shot Ver. of "Ranrarun ~Anata ni Muchuu~" appears on Country Girls Music Video Clips Vol.1, whilst its Close-up Ver. appears on Petit Best 17.

Chart Positions[]

Oricon Chart Positions[]

Daily & Weekly Rankings
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Week Rank Sales
- 2
29,498
5 9 2
2,860
2
2,298
2
3,905
2 41,557
17 49 - - 46 - - 47 914
40 - - - - - - 93 478
- - - - - - - Out for 1 week.
- 21 - - - - - 64 777
- 25 - - - - - 85 417
- 30 - - - - - 94 469
Monthly Ranking
Year Month Month Rank Sales Ref
2016 March 11 42,949 [2]
Yearly Ranking
Year Year Rank Sales
2016 128 44,612

Total reported sales: 44,612*

Billboard Japan Top Singles Sales[]

Week Rank Sales Ref
2 49,593 [3]
36 1,074 [4]
54 N/A [5]
Out of the chart N/A [6]
41 1,059 [7]
Out of the chart N/A [8]
89 N/A [9]

Total reported sales: 51,726*

Other Chart Rankings[]

Country Chart Highest
Position
Ref
Flag of Japan.svg.png Japan Billboard Japan Radio Songs 32 [10]
"Boogie Woogie LOVE" only
Billboard Japan Hot 100 3 [11]

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