But on to the PV review, which I had to stop myself from screencapping everything I wanted to because it would have made this entry much too long.
Johnny's seems to be in love with having title screens for their PVs of late, which is fine but I'm not sure if I like one on screen as the song begins.
|Yamada wants to feast on your soul.|
|An eighteen-armed god(dess).|
|Walking his walk on the catwalk.|
|Johnny's attempt at cloning.|
|Maybe he can finally play high school roles in dramas.|
And of course what is a HSJ dance without strange hand gestures? I think the worst thing about them is how much they cover up the guys' faces, especially with this one that does indeed call for them to put their hand in front of their faces.
|Creative camera angle to avoid showing how much taller Nakajima is to Yamada and Chinen.|
|His hair is at least as bad as his outfits in this at least?|
|To spare the short-trio's feelings they had the tall ones sit for this.|
|Keito doesn't want to let you go.|
|I would look just as unhappy if I had the amount of screen time he gets.|
|To cool for this PV.|
|Most likely annoyed he couldn't use his guitar in this PV as well.|
|Praying for a bigger budget for the next single.|
|Yamada getting ready to become Super Yamada.|
|The cool kids are just chillin'.|
|Chinen has realized that he forgot to take the hanger out of the jacket.|
|Single-handed roof raising.|
|Doing the wave.|
I realize that this is probably my most positive PV review to date. But honestly while this PV may not be cutting edge or ground breaking it is good for what it is, which is basically a dance PV. In fact it reminds me quite a bit of HSJ's Your Seed PV, which in contrast was all dance and used black about just as much as SUPER DELICATE uses white. But as long as the group has a good dynamic dance routine to showcase then I have no problem with dance PVs, and HSJ delivered with both PVs, IMHO.
SUPER DELICATE might be super simple but it works. Plus it continues in the tradition of FIVB groups getting the cheaper looking PVs. A fate only Arashi has been able to escape because they got lucky enough to become massively popular.