Pikanchi Double

Pikanchi Double

Infobox Single
Name = Pikanchi Double


Artist = Arashi
from Album = Iza, Now!
A-side = Pikanchi Double
B-side = Gori Muchu
Released = flagicon|Japan February 18 2004
Format = CD
Recorded =
Genre = J-Pop
Length =
Label = J Storm
JADA-5012 (Limited Edition)
JACA-5013 (Normal Edition)
Chart position =
* 1 (Japan Oricon Top 30)
Last single = "Hadashi No Mirai/Kotoba yori Taisetsu na Mono"
(2003)
This single = "Pika★★nchi Double"
(2004)
Next single = "Hitomi no Naka no Galaxy/Hero"
(2004)
Misc = Extra album cover
Upper caption = Limited Edition Cover
Type = Single

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Lower caption =

"Pikanchi Double" (officially, PIKA★★NCHI Double) is the twelfth single of the Japanese boy band, Arashi. The single was released in two editions; a normal edition containing the karaoke versions of all the songs released in the single, and a limited edition with a deluxe cover art and a bonus track. Pikanchi Double is the theme song of the straight to video movie of the group, "Pika★★nchi: Life is Hard Dakara Happy". It is also considered as a sequel to the first Pikanchi single, although Pikanchi Double does not share rock-influenced sound of the original. The single's typography is also modified to denote it as a sequel, with two glyphs filling a void, instead of a single glyph with a void in the middle, as with the original Pikanchi single. Despite having the lowest sales of all of Arashi's singles, it still debuted on the number one spot on the Oricon charts, with an initial week sales of 89,106 copies.

Single Information

"Pikanchi Double"

* Lyrics: SPIN
* Rap Lyrics: Sakurai Sho
* Composed by: Yasukai Morimoto

"Gori Muchu"

* Lyrics: Youji Kubota
* Rap Lyrics: Sakurai Sho
* Composed by: Hiro Ooyagi

"Michi Double Version"

* Lyrics: Masahiko Kawahara
* Composed by: Yo Tsuji

Track listing

* Normal Edition Track listing
* Limited Edition Track listing

References and External links


* [http://www.oricon.co.jp/music/release/d/536520/1/ Pikanchi Double] Oricon Music Release Profile. Retrieved on May 22, 2007.
* [http://www.j-storm.co.jp/arashi/index.html Official Arashi website]

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