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One・Two・Three /
The Matenrou Show
OneTwoThree-r
Regular Edition
Single by Morning Musume
from the album ⑬ Colorful Character
Native title One・Two・Three/The 摩天楼ショー
Released July 4, 2012
July 25, 2012 (Single V)
July 28, 2012 (Event V)
Genre J-Pop
Format CD Single, CD+DVD, Single V, Event V, digital download
Length 19:30 (regular edition)
Label zetima zetima
Producer Tsunku
Morning Musume Singles Chronology
Previous Ren'ai Hunter 49th single (2012)
Next Wakuteka Take a chance 51st single (2012)
Other Covers

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Limited Edition A

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Limited Edition B

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Limited Edition C

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Limited Edition D

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Limited Edition E

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Limited Edition F

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Single V "One・Two・Three"

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Event V "One・Two・Three"

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Event V "Profile Movie Kanzenban"

One・Two・Three / The Matenrou Show (One・Two・Three/The 摩天楼ショー; One・Two・Three / The Skyscraper Show) is the 50th single of Morning Musume. It was released on July 4, 2012 in 7 editions: 1 regular and 6 limited. Limited Editions A and B includes the duet song by the 6th generation, Limited Editions C and D features the group song by the 9th generation, and Limited Editions E and F features the group song by the 10th generation. A special box set including all editions of the single and a ticket to a group picture event was also released.

The Single V was released on July 25, 2012 and two Event Vs were released on July 28, 2012.

The single ranked #70 on the Oricon yearly chart for 2012.

TracklistEdit

Morning Musume - One•Two•Three (MV)04:45

Morning Musume - One•Two•Three (MV)

One Two Three (MV)

「モー二ング娘。」THE摩天楼ショー【Dance Shot Ver05:32

「モー二ング娘。」THE摩天楼ショー【Dance Shot Ver.】

The Matenrou Show (Dance-Shot Ver.)

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Morning Musume promoting single

CDEdit

Regular EditionEdit

  1. One・Two・Three
  2. The Matenrou Show
  3. One・Two・Three (Instrumental)
  4. The Matenrou Show (Instrumental)

Limited Edition A-BEdit

  1. One・Two・Three
  2. The Matenrou Show
  3. Watashi no Jidai! (私の時代!; My Era!) - 6th Generation: Michishige Sayumi, Tanaka Reina
  4. One・Two・Three (Instrumental)
  5. The Matenrou Show (Instrumental)

Limited Edition C-DEdit

  1. One・Two・Three
  2. The Matenrou Show
  3. Aisaretai no ni... (アイサレタイノニ・・・; I Want To Be Loved, but...) - 9th Generation: Fukumura Mizuki, Ikuta Erina, Sayashi Riho, Suzuki Kanon
  4. One・Two・Three (Instrumental)
  5. The Matenrou Show (Instrumental)

Limited Edition E-FEdit

  1. One・Two・Three
  2. The Matenrou Show
  3. Seishun Domannaka (青春ど真ん中; Right in the Middle of Our Youth) - 10th Generation: Iikubo Haruna, Ishida Ayumi, Sato Masaki, Kudo Haruka
  4. One・Two・Three (Instrumental)
  5. The Matenrou Show (Instrumental)

Limited Edition A DVDEdit

  1. One・Two・Three (Another Dance Shot Ver.)

Limited Edition C DVDEdit

  1. The Matenrou Show (Dance Shot Ver.)

Limited Edition E DVDEdit

  1. One・Two・Three (Close-Up Ver.)

Single V "One•Two•Three"Edit

  1. One・Two・Three (MV)
  2. One・Two・Three (Dance Shot Ver.)
  3. Making Eizou (メキング映像; Making Footage)

Event V "One・Two・Three"Edit

  1. One・Two・Three (Michishige Sayumi Solo Ver.)
  2. One・Two・Three (Tanaka Reina Solo Ver.)
  3. One・Two・Three (Fukumura Mizuki Solo Ver.)
  4. One・Two・Three (Ikuta Erina Solo Ver.)
  5. One・Two・Three (Sayashi Riho Solo Ver.)
  6. One・Two・Three (Suzuki Kanon Solo Ver.)
  7. One・Two・Three (Iikubo Haruna Solo Ver.)
  8. One・Two・Three (Ishida Ayumi Solo Ver.)
  9. One・Two・Three (Sato Masaki Solo Ver.)
  10. One・Two・Three (Kudo Haruka Solo Ver.)

Event V "Profile Movie Kanzenban"Edit

  1. Video Profile (Michishige Sayumi)
  2. Video Profile (Tanaka Reina)
  3. Video Profile (Fukumura Mizuki)
  4. Video Profile (Ikuta Erina)
  5. Video Profile (Sayashi Riho)
  6. Video Profile (Suzuki Kanon)
  7. Video Profile (Iikubo Haruna)
  8. Video Profile (Ishida Ayumi)
  9. Video Profile (Sato Masaki)
  10. Video Profile (Kudo Haruka)
  11. Video Profile (For the Fans)

Featured MembersEdit

TV PerformancesEdit

  • [2012.07.01] Music Japan
  • [2012.07.06] Happy Music
  • [2012.08.02] Mezamashi Live 2012
  • [2013.09.10] Odaiba Gasshuukoku Mezamashi Live 2013
  • [2013.11.03] J-MELO
  • [2014.05.29] The Girls Live

Concert PerformancesEdit

One・Two・Three
See also: The Best! ~Updated Morning Musume~ for "One・Two・Three (Updated)" performances.
The Matenrou Show
Watashi no Jidai!
Aisareitai no ni...
Seishun Domannaka

Single InformationEdit

One・Two・Three
The Matenrou Show
Watashi no Jidai!
Aisaretai no ni...
  • Lyrics and Composition: Tsunku
  • Arrangement and Programming: Hirata Shoichiro
  • Chorus: CHINO, Sayashi Riho
  • Guitar: Kamada Kouji
Seishun Domannaka
  • Lyrics and Composition: Tsunku
  • Arrangement, Programming, and Keyboard: Okubo Kaoru
  • Chorus: CHINO

TriviaEdit

  • This is the first single in over ten years to not feature a 5th generation member since "The☆Peace!," and the first single in over five years to not feature an 8th generation member since "Aruiteru."
  • This is the first single in the history of Morning Musume with a generation gap of two in a row (7th and 8th generations).
  • This is Michishige Sayumi's first single as leader of Morning Musume.
  • This is Morning Musume's first official double a-side single.
  • This is their first single to feature three songs performed by a different generation.
  • Tanaka Reina and Sayashi Riho are the only members to receive solo lines in "The Matenrou Show."
  • This is the first single to sell more than 50,000 copies on its first day and Morning Musume's best first week sales since "Koko ni Iruzee!" in 2002, and the first single to sell more than a total of 100,000 copies since "Ai Araba IT'S ALL RIGHT."
  • The single received gold certification from the RIAJ on September 10, 2012, making it the first Morning Musume single to receive any certification since "Joshi Kashimashi Monogatari" in 2004.
  • This was the highest selling Hello! Project single in 2012.
  • This is currently the last Morning Musume single to have a Single V.
  • This was the first Morning Musume single to get a special release site.[1]
  • 6th generation member Michishige Sayumi commented on the single for a series on Morning Musume's past 50 singles uploaded onto their official YouTube channel.[2]
  • "The Matenrou Show" was used in a Panchiko machine using a version called "The Matenrou Show (Type 0)" that featured Niigaki Risa and Mitsui Aika, who had just graduated, alongside current members Tanaka Reina and Michishige Sayumi. This version was also released in Petit Best 13.
  • An updated version of "One・Two・Three" was released in the 2013 album The Best! ~Updated Morning Musume~.
  • As of February 2016, the official music video for "One・Two・Three" has over 4,000,000 views.
  • The song received a lot of attention due to many dance covers and MMD (Miku Miku Dance) videos.
  • "One・Two・Three (Dance Shot Ver.)" is Morning Musume's most viewed YouTube video, hitting 10,000,000 views on March 9, 2017.[3]

Oricon Chart PositionsEdit

Daily & Weekly Ranking
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Week Rank Sales
- 2
56,139
4
14,104
2
13,824
3
4,682
3
6,098
2
3,856
3 100,598
5 20 20 19 14 8 18 12 5,743
12 38 42 43 46 - - 47 1,604
39 - - - - - 15 44 2,056
- - - - - - - 125 474
Yearly Ranking
Year Year Rank Sales Ref
2012 70 110,475 [4]

Total Reported Sales: 110,475

Additional VideosEdit

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