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Second Morning
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Studio Album by Morning Musume
Native title セカンドモーニング
Released July 28, 1999
March 21, 2019 (LP record, pre-sale)
April 1, 2019 (LP record, general)
Genre J-Pop
Format CD, MD, digital download, LP record
Recorded 1998-1999
Length 46:13
Label zetima zetima
Producer Tsunku
Morning Musume Albums Chronology
Previous First Time 1st Album (1998)
Next 3rd -LOVE Paradise- 3rd Album (2000)
Singles from Second Morning
1. Daite HOLD ON ME!
2. Memory Seishun no Hikari
3. Manatsu no Kousen
4. Furusato

Second Morning (セカンドモーニング) is the second album from Morning Musume. It was released in both CD (EPCE-5025) and MiniDisc (EPYE-5025) on July 28, 1999. This is the last studio album to feature 1st generation member Fukuda Asuka, though she had left the group before the release of this album.

It features their four previous singles’ A-sides (some of the tracks slightly mixed), a mix of the single B-sides "Never Forget" and "Koi no Shihatsu Ressha", and six new songs. The CD comes in a card board cover. The limited editions had 1 of 7 different colored mini photobooks: red, dark blue, light blue, green, yellow, and purple. The yellow mini photobook became the standard after first press sold out.

The album reached #3 on the weekly Oricon charts and charted for fourteen weeks, selling 428,990 copies. It also reached #60 on the yearly Oricon chart for 1999.

Nearly twenty years after its release, the album was released as a set of two TOWER RECORDS Limited LP records. It was pre-sold at the store opening of TOWER VINYL SHINJUKU on March 21, 2019, and was released at all TOWER RECORDS locations and TOWER RECORDS ONLINE on April 1, 2019.[1][2]

TracklistEdit

CD; MD; DigitalEdit

  1. NIGHT OF TOKYO CITY
  2. Manatsu no Kousen (Vacation Mix
  3. Memory Seishun no Hikari
  4. Suki de ×5 (好きで×5(かけるファイブ); I Love You ×5)
  5. Furusato
  6. Daite HOLD ON ME! (N.Y.Mix)
  7. Papa ni Niteiru Kare (パパに似ている彼; My Boyfriend Who Looks Like My Dad)
  8. Senkou Hanabi (せんこう花火; Sparklers)
  9. Koi no Shihatsu Ressha (Album Version)
  10. Otome no Shinrigaku (乙女の心理学; Psychology Of A Girl)
  11. Never Forget (Large Vocal Mix)
  12. Da Di Du De Do Da Di! (ダディドゥデドダディ!)

TOWER RECORDS Limited LP RecordsEdit

Side A
  1. NIGHT OF TOKYO CITY
  2. Manatsu no Kousen (Vacation Mix)
  3. Memory Seishun no Hikari
Side B
  1. Suki de ×5
  2. Furusato
  3. Daite HOLD ON ME! (N.Y.Mix)

Side A
  1. Papa ni Niteiru Kare
  2. Senkou Hanabi
  3. Koi no Shihatsu Ressha (Album Version)
Side B
  1. Otome no Shinrigaku
  2. Never Forget (Large Vocal Mix)
  3. Da Di Du De Do Da Di!

Featured MembersEdit

Album InformationEdit

  1. NIGHT OF TOKYO CITY
  2. Manatsu no Kousen (Vacation Mix)
  3. Memory Seishun no Hikari
  4. Suki de ×5
  5. Furusato
  6. Daite HOLD ON ME! (N.Y. Mix)
  7. Papa ni Niteiru Kare
  8. Senkou Hanabi
  9. Koi no Shihatsu Ressha (Album Version)
  10. Otome no Shinrigaku
  11. Never Forget (Large Vocal Mix)
  12. Da Di Du De Do Da Di!

Concert PerformancesEdit

NIGHT OF TOKYO CITY
Suki de ×5
Papa ni Niteiru Kare
Senkou Hanabi
Koi no Shihatsu Ressha (Album Version)
Otome no Shinrigaku
Da Di Du De Do Da Di!

TriviaEdit

  • In 2015, Abe Natsumi recorded a solo version of "Suki de ×5" for her album Dreams.
  • "Senkou Hanabi" features mainly Abe Natsumi on vocals, while the rest of the group does the harmonies and chorus.
  • "Otome no Shinrigaku" features Yasuda Kei and Ichii Sayaka on vocals. Tsunku was impressed by how well they sounded and worked together, he teamed them up with Maki Goto to create the group Petitmoni.
  • "Never Forget" is Fukuda Asuka's graduation song and features her on vocals with the rest of the group singing the chorus.

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