Aitai Riyū/Dream After Dream (Yume Kara Sameta Yume)

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"Aitai Riyū/Dream After Dream (Yume Kara Sameta Yume)"
File:AAA - Aitai Riyū Dream After Dream (Yume Kara Sameta Yume).jpg
CD+DVD Version A cover
Single by AAA
from the album Buzz Communication
A-side "Aitai Riyū"
"Dream After Dream (Yume Kara Sameta Yume)"
B-side "Dream After Dream (Yume Kara Sameta Yume) After the Night Mix"
"Aitai Riyū P-Rhythm Walk Mix"
Released May 5, 2010 (2010-05-05)
Format CD single, digital download
Recorded January 2010
Genre Pop, dance-pop
Label Avex Trax
Writer(s) Kyasu Morizuki "Aitai Riyū", Kenn Kato "Dream After Dream (Yume Kara Sameta Yume)"
Producer(s) Tetsuya Komuro
AAA singles chronology
"Heart and Soul"
(2010)
"Aitai Riyū/Dream After Dream (Yume Kara Sameta Yume)"
(2010)
"Makenai Kokoro"
(2010)

"Aitai Riyū/Dream After Dream (Yume Kara Sameta Yume)" (逢いたい理由/Dream After Dream ~夢から醒めた夢~?, "To Meet with a Reason"/"Dream After Dream (Waking from a Dream Right Into Another Dream)") is a double A-side single by Japanese pop group AAA. It was released on May 5, 2010 via Avex Trax. The former was written by Kyasu Morizuki and the latter was written by Kenn Kato.[1] Both songs were composed and produced by Tetsuya Komuro.[2] "Aitai Riyū" is the theme song for the variety show that the group stars in Nihikime no Dojo (二匹目のどじょう Nihikime no Dojō?, Second Animal Dojo).[3] The single debuted at number-one on the Oricon Weekly Chart becoming their second number-one single and Komuro's forty-third. "Aitai Riyū" was one of 10 songs awarded a Japan Record Award in 2010.[4]

Background

During August 2009 Tetsuya Komuro had composed about 60 demo songs.[1] He was asked by Avex to work with AAA to which he agreed and chose two of the demos that he felt fitted the group perfectly.[1] Recording for the single took place during January 2010.[1] "Aitai Riyū" was written by Kyasu Morizuki, which has been described as mid-tempo ballad; while "Dream After Dream (Yume Kara Sameta Yume)" was written by Kenn Kato and was described as a dance-pop number.[1] This is his comeback to the music scene since he was arrested two years ago for fraud.[5]

Packaging

The single is released in four formats; the regular CD version and two CD+DVD versions.[6] The CD version contains remixes and instrumentals of both songs with "Dream After Dream (Yume Kara Sameta Yume)" placed as track number-one and the title of the cover art is changed to reflect that.[6] CD+DVD version A comes with both songs, instrumentals, a DVD and the title of the cover art reflects that of the actual title of the single.[6] CD+DVD version B contains the same contents as version A, however; like the CD version "Dream After Dream (Yume Kara Sameta Yume)" is track number-one and the cover art is changed to reflect it.[6] The fourth version is a Mu-mo exclusive version that contains posters.[6]

Chart performance

On the Billboard Japan Hot 100 chart, Aiati Riyū debuted at number 58, issue date May 10, 2010.[7] The following week, issue date May 17, 2010, the song moved up on the chart peaking at No. 13.[8] The other A-side, "Dream After Dream (Yume Kara Sameta Yume)" debuted at number 26.[8]

Live performances

AAA appeared on May 9, 2010 episode of Music Japan, where they performed "Aitai Riyū".[9] They appeared on Music Station on May 14, 2010 and performed "AItai Riyū".[10] AAA performed both songs on their AAA Heart to Heart Tour 2010, with Komuro playing the piano during "Aitai Riyū".[11]

Track listing

Confirmed by Avex Trax.[6]

CD only
No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Dream After Dream (Yume Kara Sameta Yume)" (Dream After Dream ~夢から醒めた夢~ "Dream After Dream (Waking from a Dream Right Into Another Dream)") Kenn Kato Tetsuya Komuro 4:17
2. "Aitai Riyū" (逢いたい理由 "To Meet with a Reason") Kyasu Morizuki T. Komuro 4:36
3. "Dream After Dream (Yume Kara Sameta Yume) After the Night Mix"       5:41
4. "Aitai Riyū P-Rhythm Walk Mix"       6:25
5. "Dream After Dream (Yume Kara Sameta Yume) (Instrumental)"       4:36
6. "Aitai Riyū (Instrumental)"       4:17

Charts and certifications

Charts

Chart Peak
position
Aitai Riyū
Billboard Japan Hot 100[8] 13
RIAJ Digital Track Chart[12] 12
Dream After Dream (Yume Kara Sameta Yume)
Billboard Japan Hot 100[8] 26
RIAJ Digital Track Chart[12] 29
Aitai Riyū/Dream After Dream (Yume Kara Sameta Yume)
Oricon Daily Chart[13] 1
Oricon Weekly Chart[14] 1
Oricon Monthly Chart 8
Preceded by
"Go! Go! Maniac" by Ho-kago Tea Time
Oricon Weekly number one single
May 17, 2010
Succeeded by
"Going!" by KAT-TUN

Release history

Region Date Format Label
"Aitai Riyū"
Japan April 8, 2010 (2010-04-08)[5] Digital download Avex Trax
"Dream After Dream (Yume Kara Sameta Yume)"
Japan April 14, 2010 (2010-04-14)[5] digital download Avex Trax
"Aitai Riyū/Dream After Dream (Yume Kara Sameta Yume)"
Japan May 5, 2010 (2010-05-05) CD single, digital download Avex Trax

References

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