- Champione (チャンピオーネ)
- Walk on
- "Champione" was used as the FIFA 2006 World Cup anthem on the NHK broadcasts. However, the football imagery was not intentionally made for that purpose. The theme of the song was the Japan 2-2 Iraq football game of 1994, commonly known as "Doha no Higeki" (The Agony at Doha) because the game forbade Japan from playing in the World Cup that year.
- "Walk On" was used as the ending theme for the movie Check it out, Yo!. Other Orange Range songs used in the movie include "Ishin Denshin", "HYSTERIC TAXI", "Иatural Pop", and "Hub Star".
- For Yamato's credits on this single, it is listed as "Jesus, VOX". Yamato later used other names for singles in the future.
- "Walk On" was announced earlier than "Champione" and was made right after the band's live tour of ИATURAL. The original title was "Drop Down", but because of the song's lyrics, the title was changed to "Crossroads". Finally the title was renamed to "Walk On" on the single.
- The background noise in "Walk On" towards the second half is intentional (no; your CD is not broken).
- The title "Champione" is based on the Italian word for "champion", Campione. Originally, the title had 110 different candidates, including "Forever Riding a Tangerine", "Samba Babanba-Zubababan", and "I thought you said Samba DE?" Considering how difficult it would be to introduce such titles on Music Station, the band opted for a short-and-sweet title.
- "Champione" was gained massive popularity from being the NHK World Cup anthem, but not everyone was pleased. Asahi Shimbun made the following comments about the song; "Childish work", "There is no respect or understanding [in the song] of the competition and the competitors", and "the pitch is bad."
- In July 2011, the Women's National Soccer Team for the World Cup, who had won a game at the time, sung "Champione" in the locker rooms.
- The staff of Orange Range suggested that "Champione" be written like the days of "Kirikirimai", thus the song has a similar feel.