4th Ikimasshoi!

4th Ikimasshoi!
Studio album by Morning Musume
Released March 27, 2002
Recorded 20012002
Length 1:01:35
Label Zetima
Producer Tsunku
Morning Musume chronology
Best! Morning Musume 1
4th Ikimasshoi!
No. 5
Singles from 4th Ikimasshoi!
  1. "Ren'ai Revolution 21"
    Released: December 13, 2000
  2. "The Peace!"
    Released: July 25, 2001
  3. "Mr. Moonlight (Ai no Big Band)"
    Released: October 31, 2001
  4. "Sōda! We're Alive"
    Released: February 20, 2002

4th Ikimasshoi! (4th 「いきまっしょい!」 4th "Let's go!") is the fourth album from the J-pop idol group Morning Musume and was released on March 27, 2002.


It is currently their second highest selling album, with a total of 515,400 copies sold. Since their last album (with new material) 3rd: Love Paradise, two more generations of members had joined, which might have contributed to the album's overall success. The album contained such popular singles as "The Peace!" and "Ren'ai Revolution 21." The first pressing edition of the album came in special packaging, with a B3-sized folded poster.

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "The Peace! (ザ☆ピ~ス)" (Complete Version) 5:27
2. "Ii Koto Aru Kinen no Shunkan (いいことある記念の瞬間 The Moment I Remember When Something Good Happened)"   4:14
3. "Mr. Moonlight (Ai no Big Band) (Mr.Moonlight ~愛のビッグバンド~ Mr. Moonlight: Love's Big Band)" (Long Version) 7:01
4. "Hajimete no Rock Concert (初めてのロックコンサート My First Rock Concert)"   4:35
5. "Otoko Tomodachi (男友達 Guy Friend)"   4:03
6. "Sōda! We're Alive (そうだ!We’re Alive That's Right! We're Alive)"   4:57
7. "Dekkai Uchuu ni Ai ga Aru (でっかい宇宙に愛がある There's Love in this Great Big World)" (Album Version) 5:03
8. "Ikimasshoi! (いきまっしょい! Let's Go!)"   4:07
9. "Densha no Futari (電車の二人 Train for Two People)"   3:20
10. "Honki de Atsui Theme Song (本気で熱いテーマソング The Seriously Passionate Theme Song)"   5:21
11. "Suki na Senpai (好きな先輩 My Senior Crush)"   3:19
12. "Ren'ai Revolution 21 (恋愛レボリューション21 Love Revolution 21)" (13-nin Version) 4:53
13. "Nanni mo Iwazu ni I Love You (なんにも言わずにI Love You Without Saying a Word, I Love You)"   5:15

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