Pyoco Pyoco Ultra

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"Pyoco Pyoco Ultra"
Morning Musume 48th single Regular Edition (EPCE-5842) cover.jpg
Regular Edition cover
Single by Morning Musume
from the album 13 Colorful Character
B-side "Kanashiki Koi no Melody"
Released January 25, 2012 (2012-01-25) (CD)
February 1, 2012 (2012-02-01) (Single V) (Japan)
Format
Recorded 2011
Genre
Length 4:56
Label Zetima
Songwriter(s) Tsunku
Producer(s) Tsunku
Morning Musume singles chronology
"Kono Chikyū no Heiwa o Honki de Negatterun Da yo! / Kare to Issho ni Omise ga Shitai!"
(2011)
"Pyoco Pyoco Ultra"
(2012)
"Ren'ai Hunter"
(2012)

"Kono Chikyū no Heiwa o Honki de Negatterun Da yo! / Kare to Issho ni Omise ga Shitai!"
(2011)
"Pyoco
Pyoco
Ultra
"
(2012)
"Ren'ai Hunter"
(2012)
Hello! Project Mobekimasu singles chronology
"Busu ni Naranai Tetsugaku"
(2011) Busu ni Naranai Tetsugaku2011

"Pyoco Pyoco Ultra" (ピョコピョコ ウルトラ, Pyokopyoko urutora, "Bouncy Bouncy Ultra" or "Peep Peep Ultra") is the 48th single by the Japanese female idol group Morning Musume, released in Japan on January 25, 2012 on the Zetima label.[1][2]

Members[edit]

It is the first single to feature 10th generation members (Haruna Iikubo, Ayumi Ishida, Masaki Sato and Haruka Kudo). It is also the first single since Takahashi Ai's graduation from the group, and the first single with Risa Niigaki as leader.

The single was originally supposed to be released on December 21, 2011, but was delayed to January 25 2012.[citation needed]

Tie-ups[edit]

"Pyoco Pyoco Ultra" is the opening song for the Nippon Television series Sūgaku Joshi Gakuen, starring many Hello! Project members[3] (the closing theme being "Hatsukoi Cider" by Buono!).[4]

Release information[edit]

The single was released in four versions: a regular CD-only edition (catalog number EPCE-5842) and three limited editions, containing a bonus DVD.[3]

As usual for Hello! Project CD singles, there also was a Single V (a DVD single, containing a music video for the title song) published. It appeared a week later, on February 1, 2012.[2]

CD single[edit]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Tsunku.
"Pyoco Pyoco Ultra" arranged by Shōichirō Hirata.
"Kanashiki Koi no Melody" arranged by Kaoru Ōkubo.[5]

CD
No.TitleLength
1."Pyoco Pyoco Ultra" (ピョコピョコ ウルトラ)4:57
2."Kanashiki Koi no Melody" (悲しき恋のメロディー)4:24
3."Pyoco Pyoco Ultra (Instrumental)" (ピョコピョコ ウルトラ(Instrumental))4:57

Bonus[edit]

Sealed both into the Limited Edition and into the first press of the Regular Edition

  • Event ticket lottery card with a serial number

Single V[edit]

Track listing[edit]

DVD
No.TitleLength
1."Pyoco Pyoco Ultra" (ピョコピョコ ウルトラ) 
2."Pyoco Pyoco Ultra (Another Ver.)" (ピョコピョコ ウルトラ(Another Ver.)) 
3."Making eizō" (メイキング映像, "Making-of") 

Event V[edit]

Track listing[edit]

DVD
No.TitleLength
1."Pyoco Pyoco Ultra (Recording Ver.)" (ピョコピョコ ウルトラ(Recording Ver.)) 
2."Pyoco Pyoco Ultra (Niigaki Risa Solo Ver.)" (ピョコピョコ ウルトラ(新垣里沙 Solo Ver.)) 
3."Pyoco Pyoco Ultra (Mitsui Aika Solo Ver.)" (ピョコピョコ ウルトラ(光井愛佳 Solo Ver.)) 
4."Pyoco Pyoco Ultra (Michishige Sayumi Solo Ver.)" (ピョコピョコ ウルトラ(道重さゆみ Solo Ver.)) 
5."Pyoco Pyoco Ultra (Tanaka Reina Solo Ver.)" (ピョコピョコ ウルトラ(田中れいな Solo Ver.)) 
6."Pyoco Pyoco Ultra (Fukumura Mizuki Solo Ver.)" (ピョコピョコ ウルトラ(譜久村聖 Solo Ver.)) 
7."Pyoco Pyoco Ultra (Ikuta Erina Solo Ver.)" (ピョコピョコ ウルトラ(生田衣梨奈 Solo Ver.)) 
8."Pyoco Pyoco Ultra(Sayashi Riho Solo Ver.)" (ピョコピョコ ウルトラ(鞘師里保 Solo Ver.)) 
9."Pyoco Pyoco Ultra (Suzuki Kanon Solo Ver.)" (ピョコピョコ ウルトラ(鈴木香音 Solo Ver.)) 
10."Pyoco Pyoco Ultra (Iikubo Haruna Solo Ver.)" (ピョコピョコ ウルトラ(飯窪春菜 Solo Ver.)) 
11."Pyoco Pyoco Ultra (Ishida Ayumi Solo Ver.)" (ピョコピョコ ウルトラ(石田亜佑美 Solo Ver.)) 
12."Pyoco Pyoco Ultra (Sato Masaki Solo Ver.)" (ピョコピョコ ウルトラ(佐藤優樹 Solo Ver.)) 
13."Pyoco Pyoco Ultra (Kudo Haruka Solo Ver.)" (ピョコピョコ ウルトラ(工藤遥 Solo Ver.)) 

Charts[edit]

Chart (2012) Peak
position
Sales
First
week
Total
Oricon Daily Singles Chart 2 11,074
Oricon Weekly Singles Chart 3 31,094[6]
Oricon Monthly Singles Chart 11 33,187
Billboard Japan Japan Hot 100[7] 6
Billboard Japan Hot Top Airplay[8] 60
Billboard Japan Hot Singles Sales[9] 4
Billboard Japan Adult Contemporary Airplay[10] 68

References[edit]

  1. ^ モー娘。9期&10期初イベント「多くの人に覚えてほしい」 (in Japanese). Natalie (Natasha, Inc.). 2012-01-27. Retrieved 2012-02-17.
  2. ^ a b ピョコピョコ ウルトラ(ハロー!プロジェクト オフィシャルサイト) (in Japanese). Up-Front DC Co., Ltd. Archived from the original on 2012-01-13. Retrieved 2011-02-17. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "helloproject" defined multiple times with different content (see the help page).
  3. ^ a b モー娘。れいな&道重主演ドラマ主題歌&高橋愛卒業映像発売 (in Japanese). Natalie (Natasha, Inc.). 2011-12-27. Retrieved 2012-02-17.
  4. ^ "Sūgaku Joshi Gakuen - Nippon Television" (in Japanese). Nippon Television. Retrieved 2012-03-17.
  5. ^ つんく♂オフィシャルウェブサイト (in Japanese). Retrieved 2011-02-17.
  6. ^ "Oricon CD Single Weekly Ranking - ORICON STYLE Ranking (2012-02-06)" (in Japanese). Oricon Inc. Retrieved 2012-02-17.
  7. ^ "Hot 100|JAPAN Charts|Billboard JAPAN (2012/02/06)" (in Japanese). Hanshin Contents Link Corporation & Prometheus Global Media, LLC. Retrieved 2012-02-19.
  8. ^ "Hot Top Airplay|JAPAN Charts|Billboard JAPAN (2012/02/06)" (in Japanese). Hanshin Contents Link Corporation & Prometheus Global Media, LLC. Retrieved 2012-02-19.
  9. ^ "Hot Singles Sales|JAPAN Charts|Billboard JAPAN (2012/02/06)" (in Japanese). Hanshin Contents Link Corporation & Prometheus Global Media, LLC. Retrieved 2012-02-19.
  10. ^ "Adult Contemporary Airplay|JAPAN Charts|Billboard JAPAN (2012/02/13)" (in Japanese). Hanshin Contents Link Corporation & Prometheus Global Media, LLC. Retrieved 2012-02-19.

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