Motto Hashire!!

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"Motto Hashire!!"
Shiritsu Ebisu Chūgaku - Motto Hashire!! cover.jpg
Single by Shiritsu Ebisu Chugaku
from the album Ebichū no Zeppan Best: Owaranai Seishun
B-side "Uretai Emotion!"
"Eien ni Chūgakusei"
Released October 5, 2011 (2011-10-05) (Japan)
Format CD single
Genre Pop
Label Stardust Digital
Songwriter(s) Kenichi Maeyamada
Satsuki ga Tenkomori
Shiritsu Ebisu Chugaku singles chronology
"Oh My Ghost? (Watashi ga Akuryō ni Natte mo)"
(2011)
"Motto Hashire!!"
(2011)
"Karikeiyaku no Cinderella"
(2012)
"Oh My Ghost? (Watashi ga Akuryō ni Natte mo)"
(2011)
"Motto Hashire!!"
(2011)
"Karikeiyaku no Cinderella"
(2012)
Music video
"Motto Hashire!!" on YouTube

"Motto Hashire!!" (もっと走れっ!!, "Run Faster!!") is the fifth single by the Japanese girl idol group Shiritsu Ebisu Chugaku (or sixth counting one cover single), released in Japan on October 5, 2011 on the indie label Stardust Digital.

Composition[edit]

Jacques Offenbach's Infernal Galop (known as can-can) is used in the title song, "Motto Hashire!!"

History[edit]

The single achieved the 7th position in the Oricon Daily Singles Chart.[1] In the Oricon Weekly Singles Chart, it ranked 46th (in the chart from November 14, 2011).[2]

Members[edit]

Mizuki, Reina Miyazaki, Rika Mayama, Natsu Anno, Ayaka Yasumoto, Aika Hirota, Mirei Hoshina, Hirono Suzuki, Rina Matsuno, Hinata Kashiwagi

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Credits Length
1. "Motto Hashire!!" (もっと走れっ!!, "Run Faster!!") Lyrics, music, arrangement: Kenichi Maeyamada
Chorus: Aika Hirota, Hinata Kashiwagi
 
2. "Uretai Emotion!" (売れたいエモーション!, "Emotion of Wanting to Be Successful!") Lyrics, music, arrangement: Satsuki ga Tenkomori
Chorus: Ayaka Yasumoto, Aika Hirota, Hinata Kashiwagi
 
3. "Eien ni Chūgakusei" (永遠に中学生, "Middle School Students Forever") Lyrics, music, arrangement: Kenichi Maeyamada
Chorus: Ayaka Yasumoto, Aika Hirota, Hinata Kashiwagi
 
4. "Motto Hashire!! (Off Vocal Ver.)" (もっと走れっ!!(Off Vocal ver.))    
5. "Uretai Emotion (Off Vocal Ver.)" (売れたいエモーション!(Off Vocal ver.))    
6. "Eien ni Chūgakusei (Off Vocal Ver.)" (永遠に中学生(Off Vocal ver.))    

Charts[edit]

Chart (2011) Peak
position
Oricon Daily Singles Chart 7
Oricon Weekly Singles Chart 46
Oricon Yearly Indie Singles Chart[3] 19
Billboard Japan Hot Singles Sales[4] 37
Billboard Japan Top Independent Albums and Singles[5] 8

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