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Everyday Everywhere
EverydayEverywhere-r
Single by Taiyou to Ciscomoon
from the album Taiyo & Ciscomoon 1
Released August 25, 1999
Genre J-Pop
Format CD Single
Length 21:46
Label zetima zetima
Producer Tsunku
Taiyou to Ciscomoon Singles Chronology
Previous Uchuu de La Ta Ta 3rd Single (1999)
Next Magic of Love 5th Single (1999)

Everyday Everywhere is the 4th single by Taiyou to Ciscomoon, and the third of four in a planned release-spree leading up to their debut album.. It was released on August 25, 1999. The single reached #23 on the weekly Oricon charts and charted for four weeks. It sold 20,180 copies in its first week and 33,550 copies total.

Tsunku described "Everyday Everywhere" as a "digital hip number" and insists that it is not a ballad.

TracklistEdit

Taiyou to Ciscomoon - Everyday Everywhere (MV)

Taiyou to Ciscomoon - Everyday Everywhere (MV)

Everyday Everywhere (MV)

  1. Everyday Everywhere
  2. Uchuu de La Ta Ta super afro remix (宇宙でLa Ta Ta super afro remix)
  3. Uchuu de La Ta Ta after summer remix (宇宙でLa Ta Ta after summer remix)
  4. Everyday Everywhere (instrumental)

Featured MembersEdit

Concert PerformancesEdit

Everyday Everywhere

Single InformationEdit

Everyday Everywhere
Uchuu de La Ta Ta super afro remix
  • Remix: ORIENTA-RHYTHM
Uchuu de La Ta Ta after summer remix
  • Remix: CHiBUN

TriviaEdit

Tsunku’s comments about the single:[1]

«This is a digital/hip song. On my TV show, “Asayan”, I explained the viewers it was a ballad so everyone could understand, but it is actually not a ballad. If you have a good sense of rhythm, I don’t need to explain this. The dance sequence on stage is very intense, and the music video is also rhythmical and cool. During interlude, RuRu hits the E-flat. It is another octave higher than the normal girl’s E-flat. I was literally blown away by her talent.»

The members were interviewed on how to sing this song perfect at karaoke. This is what they had to say:[2]

Kominato: If you think of it as a ballad, it requires technique. So I think it would be a song that feels good to sing if you’re confident in your singing.

RuRu: It is slow, but I want you to follow the rhythm and sing quietly but still being heard up until just before the chorus.

Inaba: If you sing it with harmony, it will sound wonderful.

Shinoda: It’s a song with a really slow tempo and heart, so if you sing it in your own way, it’ll sound great.

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