“Until now my ideas had been fragmentary, and this is the first time they took shape.” (Sakakura)
--Was [“Mousou Taiin A”] fun to perform?
F: It was. We played it according to our interpretation of the song, without diluting the impact of the music.
S: There were a lot of songs that we’d already completed the lyrics for, so we placed a lot of importance on the feeling of the song. We unified our image of the songs as a band, then we put that together with the lyrics and recorded.
--What what your image for the mysterious ballad “Kimi Dake?”
S: We kept using the phrase “insane love.” A one-sided love. I’ve been in that position myself, so I understood what it was about. (laugh)