Fushizen na Girl / Natural ni Koishite

Fushizen na Girl / Natural ni Koishite was Perfume’s 15th single. It was released on April 14, 2010 and reached no. 2 on the Oricon Charts. In all this single has sold over 80,871 + copies.

Fushizen na Girl / Natural ni Koishite - Perfume

1. Fushizen na Girl
2. Natural ni Koishite
3. Fushizen na Girl -Original Instrumental-
4. Natural ni Koishite -Original Instrumental-

….Haven’t posted much this month, been quite busy.

So Perfume hasn’t released a single in over a year, and I honestly have mixed feelings about this one. On one hand you have the amazing, typical Perfume song entitled Fushizen na Girl lit. Artificial Girl. It’s pretty catchy, infectious at times, and reminiscent of Love the world. My personal favorite part was the “Can’t stop feeling Fushizen na girl” I love those vocoded idol vocals =D so cute, and the soft techno/electronic music didn’t hurt either. However I really didn’t care all that much for Natural ni Koishite. I have to hand it to them for taking on something more techno and not completely idol-like, but this song was just a failure. I literally only heard annoying choppy beats that pretty much ruined the entire song.


Basically this single is a hit and miss. First A-Side was amazing, a work of art, the second one was just bleh. Perfume might need to step is up a bit.



2 Responses to “Fushizen na Girl / Natural ni Koishite”
  1. sakurayume says:

    See, I felt just the opposite. I liked the second a-side the best. I thought it was fun and jumpy.

  2. Die says:

    maybe we’ll feel the same way about ayu’s new album the review should be up tomorrow

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