+More Info: This is their first full-length album. Rejoice! (^^) Most of the tracks are brand-new, but "Odoro yo Honey" and "Here we go!" were previously released on CD singles.
Also, I think it's cute how track 7 is "777". =)
Please choose an album below. I've numbered all the official albums (the remaining albums = compilations/remixes of previously released songs).
teal links = new/updated CD
HTML = translation revised
no link (regular text) = CD/lyrics not available
(gold number = done AFTER Do As Infinity broke up)
teal links = new/updated song
no link (regular text) = song not available yet
+Produced by: tearbridge records (part of avex trax)
+Catalogue #: NFCD-10005
+Release Date: July 27, 2005
[!] = "Manic Monday" is a remake. It was originally done by The Bangles. You can learn more (and download BOTH versions!!) on The Highest Form of Flattery page.
+More Info: I never realized it, but...this album was released while DAI was still together. And it came out a few months before the breakup. That was a major hint! We should've figured it out then!! This was probably the first sign that they were breaking up!!! "TAO" was even released on the same day!!! Two CDs at once is NOT a good thing. Unless you're Ayumi Hamasaki or something. >_<
Anyway, about this album. Missile Innovation...really, REALLY love themselves. (^^;) Not only is the group called "Missile Innovation"...but their first (mini-) album is called "Missile Innovation". And that CD has a song called "Missile Innovation"...it can get pretty confusing. I guess all that matters is that "Missile Innovation" -- the song, the CD, and the group -- ROCKS.
One of the coolest things about the CD is that Ryo did a self-cover for "Azayaka na Hana". He wrote the lyrics and music himself, and Do As Infinity made it famous. You can get download both versions on the Downloads page.