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DON'T STOP Ren'aichuu (DON'T STOP 恋愛中; DON'T STOP While We're In Love) is the 7th single by T&C Bomber, and the first single under that name. It was released on April 19, 2000. The single sold 16,220 copies in its first week and 23,200 copies total. Kominato Miwa returns for this single after being absent from their previous single.



T&C Bomber - DON'T STOP Ren'aichuu (MV)

DON' STOP Ren'aichuu (MV)

  1. DON'T STOP Ren'aichuu
  2. Go Go Tokyo (ゴ−ゴ−東京)
  3. DON'T STOP Ren'aichuu (Instrumental)

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Single Information[]

DON'T STOP Ren'aichuu
  • Arrangement, Programming: Kono Shin
  • Guitar: Inaba Masahiro
  • M.C.: Shindo Atsushi
  • Sax: Yamamoto Takuo
Go Go Tokyo

TV Performances[]

Concert Performances[]

Don't stop Ren'aichuu
Go Go Tokyo


  • When the single was announced, the release was credited as "Taiyou to Ciscomoon" and set for a release on April 12.
  • "DON'T STOP Ren'aichuu" was covered by Country Musume as the B-side of their single Shining Itoshiki Anata.


Tsunku's comments about the single:[1]

"I was imagining the warm days between Golden Week (Is it an obsolete term nowadays?) (n.b. Japanese statutory holiday week in May) and summer holidays (n.b. Around July 20- August 20). I produced it with a reggae rhythm, topped with West Coast flavor to create the sound of early summer days. During the song, the tempo rises and falls by 6BPM. Did you guys notice that? The idea came to me during the recording session. The girls were a bit struggling to grasp the rhythm at first, but they learned to feel the rhythm and seemed to be enjoying the singing session. When you listen to the song, please especially enjoy these creative sections."


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