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Album: Watashino Miraino Dannasama / Ryusei Boy - EP

Artist: berryzkobo

  • Genre: J-Pop
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 4

  • Copyright: ℗ 2009 UP-FRONT WORKS Co.,Ltd.

Tracklist For Watashino Miraino Dannasama / Ryusei Boy - EP By Artist berryzkobo

Title Artist Time
Watashino Miraino Dannasama berryzkobo 3:40 USD 1.29
Watashino Miraino Dannasama (I berryzkobo 3:40 USD 1.29

Reviews For Watashino Miraino Dannasama / Ryusei Boy - EP By Artist berryzkobo

  • Another best b side

    By LovelyRibbons
    Recently, I've been finding that i like the. B side songs better! Both Rival and Ryusei boy. Ryusei boy has the most fun dance out of all the berryz songs. I absolutely had to learn it as soon as I got it!
  • :DD

    By Daesha
    its official. Berryz Koubou blows the socks off of Morning musume. BERRYZ FOREVA! X33
  • berryz kobou

    By kookoo14895
    i love this group my friend diana showded it to me back in 2005 with special gennaraction love after i heard the song i fell in the with them. my coseen sarah sed to me one day why are you lissing to them you have no clue what they are saying i told her that the songs are catty and easy to sing. i love the berryz kobou you will love them forever! momko is my fravit with her cute little voce. go momko!
  • Wonderfull but watch your spaces

    By Arisa Gold
    It's nice to get more Berryz Koubou here in itunes, but they need to watch the spaces. It's Watashi no Mirai no Dannasama. or Watashi no Mirai no Danna-sama, depending on how your feeling.
  • Best Berryz to date!

    By PeRFiDi0uS
    This is the best Berryz release to date. Both songs are excellent and show the diverse style and ablility of this Tsunku Hello! Project supergroup. Ryusei Boy has one of the best basslines since the days of J. Jamerson and both tracks are worthy of being called "A Sides". Thank you iTunes for hosting more music from Japan as our american artist continue to disappoint.
  • Finally!

    By SwirliCanes
    Berryz koubou is back! Yay! <3 THANKS, ITUNES! Keep putting up more J-Pop~~~~ I LOVE this single 8D
  • "Berryz Koubou!!!"

    Berryz Koubou is back!!! thanx iTunes stores! DaiSukiBerryz Koubou!!

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