1. Cutie Honey
2. The theme of Sister Jill
3. Yogiri no Honey
4. Into your heart
5. Cutie Honey (Instrumental)
6. Into your heart (Instrumental)
The songs on this single was used on the movie “Cutie Honey” (Hey, I’ve heard of that one before) but uh… I’m kinda embarassed to post this kind of album cover on the blog. -______-
Oh well, Cutie Honey turns out to be a pretty cool track even though it was the cover of the actual theme song. It’s one of her cutesy tracks but this isn’t as bad as the ones she had in the UNIVERSE era. I thought this sounded better than the original.
The theme of Sister Jill sounds like a one minute monologue. But I won;t be too harsh with this song mainly because was a part of the movie. (This is also a shorter version than the one on the soundtrack)
Yogiri no Honey was an “okay” track. Theree’s nothing much to say about it except for the fact that there were some parts in the song that I liked but it sounded like it was being repeated a lot. (The dreaded word: repetition)
Into your heart is probably the best song on the single besides Cutie Honey. The instrumentals did a good job supporting Kuu’s strong vocals with the stand out chorus. I can’t believe that her singles were like this back then!
Personal Rating: 4/5