|01||HONEYMOON, FOR THE MOON||4:09|
First second playing, was a delightful percussion ringing through my mind. Soon those annoying high pitched tones join the drum line, though are not that disturbing. Synthesizers can be easily picked up, yet still the sound quality of the snazzy brass is quite enduring. Lisp's vocals are actually do not screech, giving a smooth listening overall. Each of the vocalists get their turn for their solo. I am extremely satisfied with this song. I can highly recommend collecting this single just for this one. He does not perform so well with songs, but does an amazing job keeping the overall tone together.
Noburo Ishiguro has written the lyrics for these lovely songs. Looking into the name, I see he's the creator of the anime for this series. Not just holding that title, according to animenewsnetwork, he is basically the entire staff. From director, writer, animator, design, along with few other members of course.
Second song does not fare so well. It's entirely a new beast, in its own regard. Vocal performances are much more deep and relaxing. Dancin' Twilight is a sweet ballad, and at times can be even better than the other song. Although Honeymoon was composed by Kazunori Seki, Mr. Nagaoka can always transform someone else's writing for the better. However, he seems to fall short for his original music sheets, but short by a spectacle.
Seikou shows no signs of holding back in starting his career. I still feel that his style has not changed compared to his recent releases. That can be good thing, as well as bad.
Singles don't really deserve a package grade from me. Their price isn't all that demanding, although compared to the digital releases of full albums today, it is.