Regulus “Bokura Dake no Uta” (Review)


Altair Theatre‘s unit Regulus is back. The trio consisting of Yojiro ItokawaShoichiro Oomi and Ippei Matsuoka released “Bokura Dake no Uta” song featured on the unit’s second drama CD.

Does it fair better than their previous singles? Can we expected yet another dance song from them? Check out our review to know this and more!

Title: ボクらだけの歌 (Bokura Dake no Uta)
Release date: 17/03/2017 
Label: Tsukicro 
Genre: Dance Pop


1. ドラマ「それぞれの・1-タツヒコの場合-」
2. ドラマ「それぞれの・2-イツキの場合-」
3. ドラマ「それぞれの・3-トウマの場合-」
4. ドラマ「繋がるミライ」
5. ボクらだけの歌
6. キャスト座談会-Regulusの場合-

Track by track analysis:

5. ボクらだけの歌

Regulus bring all their guns to this single. “Bokura Dake no Uta” is a acoustic pop song with a taste of spring on it. This song benefits from a bright but laidback instrumental that is rather simple in its composition, straying away from the overly cheesy bright pop song’s curse. Synths, acoustic guitars, session drums and bass make for the core of this song, plus a piano and electric guitar to give the final touches to it. Just like what happened with Rigel‘s single, Regulus are far from being on their comfort zone with this song and still managed to deliver something interesting enough in our opinion.

This time around the vocal performance is not on the level we anticipated. Yes, this unit has very steady vocals but this time around there are some parts in the vocals that were slightly manipulated which leaves us to think that either it was intentional, or the vocal performance wasn’t the expected for that part and it had to be tweaked in order to work well with the rest of the song. Either way, that is just a minor flaw we found when we were replaying the song for the 4th time. If you’re looking for a song to power your spring days then look no further.

Final rating:4.5 stars

Bokura Dake no Uta” is available for purchase on CDJAPAN for all overseas fans.

Vanessa Silva
Vanessa Silva
The Hand That Feeds HQ founder, content creator, and music reviewer. Basically, the only person managing everything at The Hand That Feeds HQ. Stumbling upon Mamoru Miyano's "Orpheus" in 2011 was the start of this journey. If music is thought-provoking or deep, you may find her writing almost essays (not limited to, but it happens a lot with Soma Saito's music). She's the producer and host of the male seiyuu-centric podcast, SEIYUU LOUNGE (see Spotify link in this profile).


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