Love Tricky

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Love Tricky
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Studio album by
ReleasedApril 22, 2015 (2015-04-22)
Recorded2014-2015
Genre J-pop, Electronic Music
Label Avex Trax
Producer Ai Otsuka
Ai Otsuka chronology
Love Fantastic
(2014)
Love Tricky
(2015)

Love Tricky is the seventh studio album released by Ai Otsuka on 22 April 2015. It's her first studio album, that has not any single release prior release of the album. It was released in both a CD+DVD edition and a CD edition; if purchased through her official fan club is came with a bonus CD featuring remixes. The album was co-produced by Abe Noboru from Studio Apartment and presents a sound that is slightly more electronic than her older works.

The album reached #24 on the weekly Oricon chart, and it continued to rank for a total of three weeks.

Track listing

Track list from Ai's official website. [1]

All tracks are written by aio.

No.TitleLength
1."time machine" (タイムマシーン) 
2."laugh" 
3."summer lovely days" 
4."affair" 
5."I'm lonely" 
6."reach for the moon" 
7."shooting star" 
8."parallel world" (パラレルワールド) 
9."busy lady" 
10."end and [ sic?] and ~10,000 hearts~" 

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