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Desugita Kui wa Utarenai / Dondengaeshi / Watashi (出すぎた杭は打たれない/ドンデンガエシ/わたし; The Nail That Sticks Out Too Much Does Not Get Hammered Down / A Complete Turnover / Me) is ANGERME's 20th single. It was released November 11, 2015 in 6 editions: 3 regular and 3 limited editions. The first press of the regular editions includes 10 trading carding depending on the jacket (30 in total).

"Desugita Kui wa Utarenai" is the ending theme for FM-Iwate's radio show Posh! for November 2015, BSN's radio weekly tune from November 9 to November 15, 2015, and FM-NIIGATA and Toukai Radio's power-play song for November 2015.[1]

It is the last single to feature first generation member Fukuda Kanon.

Tracklist[]

ANGERME_-_Desugita_Kui_wa_Utarenai_(MV)_(Promotion_Edit)

ANGERME - Desugita Kui wa Utarenai (MV) (Promotion Edit)

ANGERME_-_Dondengaeshi_(MV)_(Promotion_Edit)

ANGERME - Dondengaeshi (MV) (Promotion Edit)

Fukuda_Kanon_-_Watashi_(MV)_(Promotion_Edit)

Fukuda Kanon - Watashi (MV) (Promotion Edit)

CD[]

  1. Desugita Kui wa Utarenai
  2. Dondengaeshi
  3. Watashi - Fukuda Kanon
  4. Desugita Kui wa Utarenai (Instrumental)
  5. Dondengaeshi (Instrumental)
  6. Watashi (Instrumental)

DVD[]

Limited Edition A[]

  1. Desugita Kui wa Utarenai (Music Video)

Limited Edition B[]

  1. Dondengaeshi (Music Video)

Limited Edition C[]

  1. Watashi (Music Video)

Event V[]

"Desugita Kui wa Utarenai"[]

  1. Desugita Kui wa Utarenai (Wada Ayaka Solo Ver.)
  2. Desugita Kui wa Utarenai (Fukuda Kanon Solo Ver.)
  3. Desugita Kui wa Utarenai (Nakanishi Kana Solo Ver.)
  4. Desugita Kui wa Utarenai (Takeuchi Akari Solo Ver.)
  5. Desugita Kui wa Utarenai (Katsuta Rina Solo Ver.)
  6. Desugita Kui wa Utarenai (Tamura Meimi Solo Ver.)
  7. Desugita Kui wa Utarenai (Murota Mizuki Solo Ver.)
  8. Desugita Kui wa Utarenai (Aikawa Maho Solo Ver.)
  9. Desugita Kui wa Utarenai (Sasaki Rikako Solo Ver.)

"Dondengaeshi"[]

  1. Dondengaeshi (Wada Ayaka Solo Ver.)
  2. Dondengaeshi (Fukuda Kanon Solo Ver.)
  3. Dondengaeshi (Nakanishi Kana Solo Ver.)
  4. Dondengaeshi (Takeuchi Akari Solo Ver.)
  5. Dondengaeshi (Katsuta Rina Solo Ver.)
  6. Dondengaeshi (Tamura Meimi Solo Ver.)
  7. Dondengaeshi (Murota Mizuki Solo Ver.)
  8. Dondengaeshi (Aikawa Maho Solo Ver.)
  9. Dondengaeshi (Sasaki Rikako Solo Ver.)

"Watashi"[]

  1. Watashi (Close-up Ver.)
  2. Watashi (Dance Shot Ver.)
  3. Watashi (Jacket photoshoot, MV making of, offshot footage)

Featured Members[]

ANGERME promoting Desugita Kui wa Utarenai

ANGERME promoting Dondengaeshi

Single Information[]

All Dance Choreography: Kinoshita Natsuko

Desugita Kui wa Utarenai
  • Lyrics: Kodama Ameko
  • Composition, Guitar Solo: Uozumi Yuki
  • Arrangement: Miyanaga Jiro, Uozumi Yuki
  • Guitar, Bass, Programming: Miyanaga Jiro
  • Drums: Yamauchi Yu
  • Chorus: ANGERME, M!ho
  • Music Video: Tsukasa Ito[2]
Dondengaeshi
  • Lyrics: Hoshibe Sho
  • Composition: Uchuu Kei
  • Arrangement, Programming: Tokisawa Nao, Sekiguchi Q Dai
  • Guitar: Sekiguchi Q Dai
  • Drums: Yamauchi Yu
  • Piano: Sugiura Takuo
  • Chorus: ANGERME
  • Music Video: Aoki Ryoji
Watashi

Performances[]

Concert Performances[]

Desugita Kui wa Utarenai
Dondengaeshi
Watashi

TV Performances[]

  • [2015.10.27] FULL CHORUS (Dondengaeshi)
  • [2015.10.30] The Girls Live (Desugita Kui wa Utarenai)
  • [2015.11.06] The Girls Live (Dondengaeshi)
  • [2015.11.08] MUSIC JAPAN (Desugita Kui wa Utarenai)
  • [2016.08.04] The Girls Live (Dondengaeshi)
  • [2017.05.01] The Girls Live (Dondengaeshi)
  • [2017.05.22] The Girls Live (Desugita Kui wa Utarenai)
  • [2017.09.04] The Girls Live (Dondengaeshi)
  • [2018.01.29] The Girls Live (Desugita Kui wa Utarenai)
  • [2018.11.26] The Girls Live (Dondengaeshi)

Event Performances[]

  • [2019.08.04] ROCK IN JAPAN FESTIVAL (Dondengaeshi)

Chart Positions[]

Oricon Chart Positions[]

Daily & Weekly Rankings
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Week Rank Sales
- 2
14,916
7 13 1
13,627
3
3,740
3
3,322
2 39,787
17 - - - - 29 - 65 1,238
- - - - - - - 149 481
18 - - - - - - 107 723
Monthly Ranking
Year Month Month Rank Sales Ref
2015 November 9 41,506 [3]
Yearly Ranking
Year Year Rank Sales
2015 162 42,229

Total Reported Sales: 42,229*

Recochoku Music Video Rankings[]

Song Daily Rank Weekly Rank Monthly Rank
Desugita Kui wa Utarenai 7 12 56
Dondengaeshi 9 18 64
Watashi 16 35 -

Other Chart Rankings[]

Country Chart Highest
Position
Ref
Japan Billboard Japan Hot 100 12 [4]
Billboard Japan Top Singles Sales 3 [5]
TBS[CDTV] 2 [6]
Music Station (CD Single Ranking) 9 [7]

Trivia[]

  • "Desugita Kui wa Utarenai" is a twist on the Japanese proverb, "Deru Kui wa Utareru" (出る杭は打たれる; The Nail That Sticks Out Gets Hammered Down). The original proverb encourages conformity, while ANGERME's version denounces conformity, and encourages people to stand out instead.
  • "Watashi" is the first song with lyrics written by Fukuda Kanon, who released the song on this single to commemorate her graduation from ANGERME.
  • This is their first graduation single since Please Miniskirt Postwoman! and their first graduation single under their new name.
  • This is their first single to have a member from ANGERME write the lyrics to one of the songs.
  • This is their first single in which a member has a solo song as an A-side.
  • Kamikokuryo Moe was announced as a new member during the release event.
  • Every member received solo lines in "Desugita Kui wa Utarenai".
  • Aikawa Maho is the only member to not have a solo line in "Dondengaeshi".
  • This is their third single to top the Oricon daily chart.
  • As of July 2018, the official music videos for "Desugita Kui wa Utarenai" and "Dondengaeshi" each have over 1,000,000 views.

Additional Videos[]

References[]

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