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Balalaika
200px-Kusumi Koharu - Balalaika Reg
Regular Edition
Single by Tsukishima Kirari starring Kusumi Koharu (Morning Musume)
from album ☆☆☆
Native title バラライカ
Released October 25, 2006
November 8, 2006 (Single V)
Genre J-Pop
Format CD Single, Single V, digital download
Length 10:51
Label zetima zetima
Tsukishima Kirari starring Kusumi Koharu (Morning Musume) Singles Chronology
Previous Koi☆Kana 1st Single (2006)
Next Happy☆彡 3rd Single (2007)
Other Covers

200px-Kusumi Koharu - Balalaika Lim
Limited Edition

200px-Kusumi Koharu - Balalaika SV
Single V

Balalaika (バラライカ) is the 2nd single by Tsukishima Kirari staring Kusumi Koharu (Morning Musume). It was released on October 25, 2006 in both limited and regular editions. The limited edition came with a Super Corabo Mirufii card. The limited and first press release of the regular came with a special sticker.

The Single V was released on November 8, 2006. It sold 7,720 copies and peaked at #6 on the Oricon charts.

Balalaika was used as the 2nd opening for the anime Kirarin☆Revolution, and Mizuiro Melody was used as the 3rd ending theme for the same anime.

TracklistEdit

Kusumi Koharu - Balalaika03:43

Kusumi Koharu - Balalaika

Balalaika (MV)

CDEdit

  1. Balalaika
  2. Mizuiro Melody (水色メロディ; Light Blue Melody)
  3. Balalaika (Instrumental)

Single VEdit

  1. Balalaika
  2. Balalaika (Dance Shot Ver.)
  3. Making of (メイキング映像)

TV PerformancesEdit

Kohabalalaika

Kusumi Koharu promoting single

Concert PerformancesEdit

Balalaika

Single InformationEdit

  1. Balalaika
    • Lyrics: BULGE
    • Music: Sako Shigeki
    • Arrangement: Sako Shigeki
    • Chorus: Takao Naoki, Suyami Chieko, Ninita
    • Dance Choreographer: YOSHIKO
  2. Mizuiro Melody
    • Lyrics: Furuya Shin
    • Music: Kurosu Katsuhiko
    • Arrangement, Guitar: Kato Daisuke
    • Chorus: Mao

TriviaEdit

Oricon Chart PositionsEdit

Daily & Weekly Ranking
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Week Rank Sales
- 9 8 8 7 6 6 8 28,132
9 19 20 17 11 12 9 15 10,454
14 23 27 25 26 17 16 24 5,448
22 42 43 39 30 23 21 30 3,404
26 - - 33 50 35 30 51 2,716
48 - - - - 40 33 67 1,654
- - - - - - - 93 1,536
- - 50 - 46 39 44 58 1,751
- 50 45 46 34 35 34 44 2,268
34 40 - 43 44 46 47 46 3,673
40 42 35 49 48 32 35
22 49 50 - - 32 42 52 1,618
- - - - - 38 34 66 1,274
- - - - - - - 101 1,128
- - - - - 41 33 77 1,364
44 - - - - 38 43 84 1,310
44 - - - - 50 47 82 1,267
- - - - - - - 107 1,132
- - - - - - - 123 845
- - - - - - - 158 553
- - - - - - - 177 426
- - - - - - - Outside Top 200
- - - - - - - 200 392
- - - - - - - 196 364
Yearly Ranking
Year Year Rank Sales
2006 168 53,344
2007 400 19,365

Total Reported Sales: 72,709

External LinksEdit


Kirarin☆Revolution
Groups
&
Members

Tsukishima Kirari starring Kusumi Koharu (Morning Musume)
Kira☆Pika: Kusumi Koharu as Kira, Hagiwara Mai as Pika
MilkyWay: Kusumi Koharu as Tsukishima Kirari, Kitahara Sayaka as Yukino Noel, Kikkawa Yuu as Hanasaki Cobeni
SHIPS: Ide Takuya as Kazama Hiroto, Kanai Shikou as Hiwatari Seiji
Singles
Tsukishima Kirari: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Kira☆Pika: 1
MilkyWay: 1, 2
SHIPS: 1, 2
Other: Ooki na Ai de Motenashite by ℃-ute
Albums
☆☆☆ (Mitsuboshi), Kirarin☆Land, Kirari to Fuyu
Mini: Song Selection, Song Selection 2, Song Selection 3, Song Selection 4, Song Selection 5
Best: Best☆Kirari
Other
Kirarin☆Revolution Final Stage

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