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Unmeino Roulette Mawashite
c/w Shoujono Koroni Modotta Mitaini
  Music by: Seiichiroh Kuribayashi
Music by: Aika Ohno
Released: 17 September 1998
  listen | lyrics
listen | lyrics
  25th single
 
Review submitted by Jonathan
This song has been used for the #1 mystery show known as Meitantei Conan (Detective Conan). I have to say that this song is one of my favorite songs by ZARD. The song has just everything, it's amazing. It is an up-beat tune that sounds incredible cool all the way through! The song starts off sounding like the Western era, then slowly becomes Jpop (very interesting how music changes). The TV theme version has less instruments used. I don't want to spoil the whole song for you people out there, so enjoy!
 
 
Atarashii Door
no c/w song
  Music by: Masato Kitano
 
Released: 2 December 1998
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  26th single
 
This song has been used as the Sapporo Fuyu Monogatari commercial song. First I have to mention that this song is one of my favorite Zard songs. The song has just everything, it's amazing. I think you can describe the song as a cross between pop and rock. It shows us Izumi Sakai's great singing talents, being capable of singing all sorts of music. The song has a long build-up working towards the chorus and it works fantastic. It will completely sucks you into the song. It is a very long song too, about six minutes, but it never feels repetitive. I think that's the strength of Izumi Sakai, being a gifted lyricist. One last thing I want to say. This song would be the perfect song to hear Zard singing it live. Not only because it is a long song, which means we can enjoy it longer, it is simply a fantastic song. You will understand it, when you have listened to this song yourself.
 
Good Day
no c/w song
  Music by: Masaaki Watanuki
 
Released: 2 December 1998
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  27th single
 
This song has been used as the Natural Color HOYU Beauty Lab commercial song.
Released at the same as Atarashii Door, both singles are just too good to make one of them a c/w song. It is hard to describe how this song sounds, it is not particulary slow or fast. The use of loud music and guitars remind you of a rock song, but I don't think you can call this song Rock. Guess you will have to listen to it yourself.

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