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Jinsei Blues / Seishun Night
MM19JBSNRA
Regular Edition A
Single by Morning Musume '19
Native title 人生Blues/青春Night
Released June 12, 2019
Genre J-Pop
Format CD, CD+DVD, digital download
Label zetima zetima
Morning Musume '19 Singles Chronology
Previous Furari Ginza / Jiyuu na Kuni Dakara 66th Single (2018)
Other Covers

MM19JBSNRB
Regular Edition B

MM19JBSNLA
Limited Edition A

MM19JBSNLB
Limited Edition B

MM19JBSNLSP
Limited Edition SP

Jinsei Blues / Seishun Night (人生Blues/青春Night; Life Blues / Youthful Night) is Morning Musume '19's 67th single. It was released on June 12, 2019 in 5 editions: 2 regular and 3 limited. The first press of the regular editions came with a random AR (augmented reality) trading card of 12 kinds depending on the jacket (24 in total) which, in addition to the limited editions CD jackets, can be scanned with the app COCOAR2 on iOS or Android smartphones.[1] Limited Edition SP came with an event lottery serial number card.

TracklistEdit

Morning Musume '19 - Jinsei Blues (MV) (Promotion Edit)

Morning Musume '19 - Jinsei Blues (MV) (Promotion Edit)

Morning Musume '19 - Seishun Night (MV) (Promotion Edit)

Morning Musume '19 - Seishun Night (MV) (Promotion Edit)

CDEdit

  1. Jinsei Blues
  2. Seishun Night
  3. Jinsei Blues (Instrumental)
  4. Seishun Night (Instrumental)

Limited Edition A DVDEdit

  1. Jinsei Blues (Music Video)

Limited Edition B DVDEdit

  1. Seishun Night (Music Video)

Limited Edition SP DVDEdit

  1. Jinsei Blues (Dance Shot Ver.)
  2. Seishun Night (Dance Shot Ver.)

Featured MembersEdit

MM19SeishunNight

Morning Musume '19 promoting "Seishun Night"

Single InformationEdit

Jinsei Blues
Seishun Night
  • Lyrics and Composition: Tsunku
  • Rap Arrangement: Miss Monday
  • Arrangement, Keyboard, and Programming: Okubo Kaoru
  • Guitar: Suzuki Shunsuke
  • Chorus: Fukumura Mizuki, Oda Sakura
  • Dance Choreography: YOSHIKO[2]
  • Music Video: ZUMI

TV PerformancesEdit

  • [2019.06.24] FULL CHORUS (Jinsei Blues)

Concert PerformancesEdit

Jinsei Blues
Seishun Night

Chart PositionsEdit

Oricon Chart PositionsEdit

Daily & Weekly Rankings
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Week Rank Sales
- 3
71,605
2
11,290
4 3
3,175
1
10,046
1
11,083
3 109,824
18 - 3
4,499
x x x x x x
x x x x x x x x x
Monthly Ranking
Year Month Month Rank Sales Ref
2019 June TBA TBA

Total reported sales: 109,824

Weekly Combined Ranking
Week Rank Points
3 113,548

Total reported points: 113,548

Billboard Japan Top Single SalesEdit

Week Rank Sales Ref
3 144,747 [4]

Total reported sales: 144,747

Recochoku Music Video RankingsEdit

Song Daily Rank Weekly Rank Monthly Rank
Jinsei Blues 2 5 TBA
Seishun Night 3 6 TBA

Other Chart RankingsEdit

Country Chart Highest
Position
Ref
Flag of Japan.svg Japan Billboard Japan Single Sales (First Three Days) 3
(121,669)
[5]
"Jinsei Blues" only
Billboard Japan Hot 100 3 [6]
Billboard Japan Top Download Songs 23 [7]
"Seishun Night" only
Billboard Japan Hot 100 53 [6]
Billboard Japan Top Download Songs 26 [7]

TriviaEdit

  • The single was officially announced on May 12, 2019 during the Morning Musume '19 Concert Tour Haru ~BEST WISHES!~ night performance in Hokkaido.[8]
  • This is the first single to not feature Iikubo Haruna since "Kono Chikyuu no Heiwa wo Honki de Negatterun da yo!". However, she makes a cameo appearance in the music video for "Jinsei Blues".
  • Because both songs are exciting for lives, YOSHIKO choreographed the choruses for everyone to dance along.[2]
    • She made the dance for "Jinsei Blues" robotic and clock-like because the intro reminded her of Disney's Electrical Parade. She also added a "jinsei pose" of the 人 (hito) kanji in the chorus.[3]
    • The choreography for "Seishun Night" was changed several times.[9][10] The first version was only performed at Hello! Project 20th Anniversary!! Hello! Project Hina Fes 2019. Afterwards, gradual changes were made to parts of the dance throughout the first half of Morning Musume '19's spring concert tour.[11][12] The final version, which was a completely new dance, was first performed in Fukuoka on April 27, 2019.[13][14]
  • When Tsunku was asked on Twitter if the extra text in the "Jinsei Blues" music video was his idea, he answered that he did not know about it and that adding different writing on top of the lyrics misconstrues the song's message. He ended his reply with "Well, that's life, too. Haha"[15]

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