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Gatamekira
Gatamekira-r
Single by Taiyou to Ciscomoon
from the album Taiyo & Ciscomoon 1
Native title ガタメキラ
Released June 23, 1999
Genre J-Pop
Format CD Single
Length 20:11
Label zetima zetima
Producer Tsunku
Taiyou to Ciscomoon Singles Chronology
Previous Tsuki to Taiyou 1st Single (1999)
Next Uchuu de La Ta Ta 3rd Single (1999)
Gatamekira (ガタメキラ; Gotta Make (It) Love) is Taiyou to Ciscomoon's second single, and the first of four in a planned release-spree leading up to their debut album. Like their first single, this song was also used as the commercial song for DDI Pocket (cell phones).

It was released on June 23, 1999. The single reached #6 on the weekly Oricon charts and charted for eight weeks. It sold 48,490 copies in its first week and 117,410 copies total. The coupling tracks are remixes of the group's first single Tsuki to Taiyou.

TracklistEdit

Taiyou to Ciscomoon - Gatamekira (MV)

Taiyou to Ciscomoon - Gatamekira (MV)

  1. Gatamekira
  2. Tsuki to Taiyou - sexy beam remix (月と太陽-sexy beam remix)
  3. Tsuki to Taiyou - more cool remix
  4. Gatamekira (Instrumental)

Featured MembersEdit

Concert PerformancesEdit

Gatamekira

Single InformationEdit

All Lyrics & Composition: Tsunku

Gatamekira
Tsuki to Taiyou - sexy beam remix
Tsuki to Taiyou - more cool remix

TriviaEdit

  • Gatamekira is an abbreviation of the phrase "Gotta Make (It) Love".
  • Some singles had a notification (a flyer) for a Taiyou to Ciscomoon event that summer.
  • The title "Tsuki to Taiyou -sexy beam remix-" probably refers to Mari Yaguchi of Morning Musume’s famous catch phrase from the song "Koi no Dance Site", where she sings "Sexy Beam!" (even though that single wasn't released until 2000); "Cool" was the image Tsunku wanted Taiyou to Ciscomoon to portray, so that is probably why he chose "more cool remix" as the title of the second remix of "Tsuki to Taiyou".
  • ZYX covered Gatamekira for their single Iku ZYX! FLY HIGH.
  • For the second chorus, Kominato sings the the part "Aishite yo Kinou yori" ("Love me more than you loved me yesterday") wrong. She is singing, "AishiteRU yo Kinou yori" ("I love you more than I loved you yesterday").[1]

InterviewsEdit

Tsunku's comments about the single:[2]

"This is their second single. Opening is like a gospel, showing their great harmony. I really wanted to let listeners know how talented they were and how amazing their harmony was. I spent lots of time recording this song. For the melody, I chose the sound filled with percussion, (what I call “Percussive”), and for the lyrics, I chose sexy vocabularies. When the 4 of them created a beautiful harmony for the main chorus by singing, “Gotta Make It Love”, I really thought this group was awesome. They could also do funky choreography, which was another appeal of the group."

The members were interviewed on how to sing this song perfect at karaoke.[3]

This is what they had to say: Kominato: This has nothing to do with the song, but please try to sing with power in your eyes. RuRu: I want you to act like a passionate woman! Inaba: Please sing "sou yo onna datte (=That’s right, I’m a woman), wow wow wow a ha ha" like your life depends on it. Shinoda: Please try to sing with the feeling of "I’m a good, strong woman".

GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Taiyo to Ciscomoon / T&C Bomber Mega Best
  2. http://www.tsunku.net/producework.php?Music_ArtistID=77&@DB_ID@=70#01
  3. From one of Hello! Project's fan magazines

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