Giving me "Super Good, Super Bad" flashbacks. They should've packed both albums just like Yamapi's. Same concept, a "lighter full of happy and cheerful songs, with the aggressive full of dance and club songs B album". In this case, Kumi knows how to deliver bangers (something that couldn't be said about Yamashita back in the day), and I'm here for all of it.
"Inside" better be full of "Anata Dake Ga" type of songs, otherwise I'm skipping that shit. No time for feelings, deep meanings, cutesy crap. I want the dancing Kuu to leave that overly cheerful bitch and her "edgy rocker chick" sister behind, BEHIND.