Number Nine (Japanese ver.) / Kioku: Kimi ga Kureta Michishirube

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"Number Nine (Japanese ver.) / Kioku: Kimi ga Kureta Michishirube"
T-ara Number Nine regular.png
Regular edition
Single by T-ara
from the album Gossip Girls
Released November 20, 2013 (2013-11-20)
Format CD single, digital download
Recorded 2013
Genre J-Pop, dance
Label EMI Records Japan
Songwriter(s) Shinsadong Tiger
T-ara Japanese singles chronology
"Target"
(2013)
"Number Nine (Japanese ver.) / Kioku: Kimi ga Kureta Michishirube"
(2013)
"Target"
(2013)
"Number Nine (Japanese ver.) / Kioku: Kimi ga Kureta Michishirube"
(2013)
X'mas edition cover
X'mas edition cover

"Number Nine (Japanese ver.) / Kioku: Kimi ga Kureta Michishirube" is the eighth Japanese single by South Korean girl group T-ara. The release is a double A-side single, a first for the group, encompassing the Japanese-language version of "Number Nine" from their Again EP, and "Kioku: Kimi ga Kureta Michishirube" (記憶: 君がくれた道標, Memories: You Gave Me Guidance) the theme song to the film Jinx!!! starring member Hyo-min.[1] The single is set for release on November 20, 2013, through EMI Records Japan.

Packaging[edit]

The single will be released in four different types: two CD+DVD limited editions that come in a special paper jacket, a regular edition, and a X-mas edition that comes with a remix album and a DVD, packaged in a box with six "T-ara santa ver." rubber key holders. All editions of the single come with a trading card with a serial code, chosen randomly out of seven types.[1]

Composition[edit]

The "T-ara Party Non Stop Remix" by DJ Takao Fukushima is composed of ten songs spanning 45 minutes: "Bo Peep Bo Peep (Japanese ver.)", "Yayaya (Japanese ver.)", "Lovey-Dovey (Japanese ver.)", "Roly-Poly (Japanese ver.)", "Wei Ironi (Japanese ver.)", "Bye Bye (Japanese ver.)", "Hajimete no You ni (Japanese ver.)", "Target", "Bunny Style!" and "Deja-Vu".[1]

Track listing[edit]

All editions[1]
No. Title Length
1. "Number Nine (Japanese ver.)"  
2. "Kioku: Kimi ga Kureta Michishirube" (記憶~君がくれた道標(みちしるべ)~ Memories: You Gave Me Guidance)  
Regular edition bonus track
No. Title Length
3. "A-ha"  
X'mas edition: Disc one
No. Title Length
1. "Number Nine (Japanese ver.)"  
2. "Number Nine (Japanese ver.)" (Club ver.)  
3. "Kioku: Kimi ga Kureta Michishirube"  

Oricon chart[edit]

Released Oricon chart Peak Debut sales Sales total
November 20, 2013 Daily singles chart 9 18,105+
Weekly singles chart 13 9,005
Monthly singles chart

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