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Magic of Love is the 5th single by Taiyou to Ciscomoon, and their last in a planned release-spree leading up to their debut album (released a month later).

It was released on September 29, 1999. The single reached #15 on the weekly Oricon charts and charted for six weeks. It sold 21,990 copies in its first week and 41,020 copies total. Remixes of "Magic of Love" appear on the group's sixth single Marui Taiyou -winter ver.-.

Tsunku described "Magic of Love" as a "dance classic number". The song was used as the ending theme to Idol wo Sagase!



Taiyou to Ciscomoon - Magic of Love (MV)

Magic of Love (MV)

  1. Magic of Love
  2. Versus
  3. Everyday Everywhere crazy dance remix
  4. Everyday Everywhere sugee reggae remix
  5. Magic of Love (Instrumental)

Featured Members[]

Single Information[]

Magic of Love
  • Lyrics and Composition: Tsunku
  • Arrangement, Programming: Murayama Shinichiro
  • Strings Arrangement: Murayama Tatsuya
  • Guitar: Suzuki Kenji
  • Bass: Okiyama Yuji
  • Percussion: Tanaka Michiaki
  • Strings: Chieko Kinbara Strings
  • M.C.: U.M.E.D.Y.
  • Turntable: DJ MA$A
  • Background Vocal & Clap: Taiyou to Ciscomoon, Tsunku
  • Recording and Mixing: Kusayanagi Akira
  • Lyrics and Composition: Tsunku
  • Arrangement, Programming: Matsumoto Koichi, Matsumoto Toshiyuki
  • Guitar: Seki Junjiro
  • Bass: Okazawa Akira
  • Background Vocal: Taiyou to Ciscomoon
  • Recording and Mixing: Okawa Todd
Everyday Everywhere crazy dance remix
  • Remix: E.S.P.
Everyday Everywhere sugee reggae remix
  • Remix: Summer Soul


TV Performances[]

  • [1999.09.30] MBS

Concert Performances[]

Magic of Love

Event Performances[]



Tsunku's comments about the single:[1]

"It is [their] 5th single and also a classic dance track. Shinichiro Murakami, a renowned disco arranger, created the sound which was a mixture of 70's sound and the latest 1999's rhythm. We were trying to create a fresh yet nostalgic sound. RuRu's unique arrangement was awesome, and the members were able to put their feelings into the song, as opposed to simply singing the song beautifully. I never expected them to grow so much so fast within just a half year."

The members were interviewed on how to sing this song perfect at karaoke.[2]

This is what they had to say: All: It’s a song we want everyone to sing together at karaoke. If you put all your body into creating the sound, you’ll be able to sing in a way that feels great.


  1. [1]
  2. From a Hello! Project Fan Club Magazine

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