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HEY! Mahiru no Shinkirou
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Single by T&C Bomber
from the album 2nd STAGE
Native title HEY!真昼の蜃気楼
Released July 19, 2000
Genre J-Pop
Format CD Single
Length 12:44
Label zetima zetima
Producer Tsunku
T&C Bomber Singles Chronology
Previous DON'T STOP Ren'aichuu 7th Single (2000)

HEY! Mahiru no Shinkirou (HEY!真昼の蜃気楼; HEY! A Midday Mirage) is the 8th and final single by T&C Bomber. It was released on July 19, 2000. The single peaked at #31 on the Oricon weekly charts and sold 18,440 copies.

This song was featured in the movie «Country Girl Hokkaido Bokujo Monogatari», in which T&C Bomber had a guest appearance.

TracklistEdit

T&C Bomber - HEY! Mahiru no Shinkirou (MV)

T&C Bomber - HEY! Mahiru no Shinkirou (MV)

HEY! Mahiru no Shinkirou (MV)

  1. HEY! Mahiru no Shinkirou
  2. Kawaii Hito (かわいい男性; My Cute Darling)
  3. HEY! Mahiru no Shinkirou (Instrumental)

Featured MembersEdit

Taiyotociscoomon

T&C Bomber promoting single

Concert PerformancesEdit

HEY! Mahiru no Shinkirou

Kawaii Hito

Single InformationEdit

All Lyrics & Compositions: Tsunku

HEY! Mahiru no Shinkirou
Kawaii Hito

TriviaEdit

  • Tsunku described this song as "oriental funk".
  • Some releases came with a flyer for original T&C Bomber goods.

InterviewEdit

Tsunku’s comments about the single:[1]

«‘HEY! Mahiru No Shinkirou’ ‘This Is Oriental Funk’ This is a sexy dance beat that they haven’t sung for a long time. I arranged lots of oriental flavor into the sound. The girls have experienced a wide variety of sounds, and I set the goal for this album pretty high for them. I am very happy for their ability to deliver the “soulfulness” that I wanted to express. Shinoda’s shout, Inaba’s fast-paced singing style, RuRu’s powerful vocal, and Kominato’s unique arrangement are to me, all satisfactory. Arranged by Ken Matsubara, whose popularity is increasing in a rapid speed, the song was completed with a beautiful mixture of intensity and elegance. I think the girls had lots of fun singing this song. Please enjoy.«

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