"Yūdachi"/"Zenmai Jikake no Kabutomushi"
Released: September 1, 1974
"Gomen"/"Tabi kara Tabi"
Released: June 21, 1975
Nishoku no Koma(二色の独楽?) is the fourth studio album by Japanese singer-songwriter Yosui Inoue, released in October 1974.
All tracks which appeared on the album were recorded at the studios in L.A., owing to a record producer Hidenori Taga's suggestion. Except an arranger Katz Hoshi and a guitarist Hiromi Yasuda, recording for the album were completed by the Western session musicians. In addition to Hoshi who had participated in Inoue's previous albums, Gene Page joined the arrangement for some songs. The title track was arranged by Jack Nitzsche, who appointed all personnel and controlled the recording of the song rigidly.
Highly recommended by the recording artist himself, the song "Yūdachi" was released as a single prior to the album. It features an arrangement reminiscent of "Sympathy for the Devil" by The Rolling Stones. Because of the contribution for the song, an arranger Katz Hoshi won the 16th Japan Record Awards for "Best Arrangement" category. 
Like a predecessor, Nishoku no Koma also reached the top on the Japanese Oricon Weekly LP charts, and remained there for ten consecutive weeks.