- KA・RI・SU・MA (Charisma)
- Chest (チェスト)
- Locolotion (ロコローション)
- Ishin Denshin (以心電信; Telepathy)
- ZUNG ZUNG FUNKY MUSIC
- Padi Bon Mahe (パディ ボン マヘ)
- City Boy (シティボーイ)
- Xie Xie (謝謝; [Zh]: Thank You)
- Danshi-ing session (男子ing session; Dancing Boy Session)
- Beat Ball
- Michishirube ~a road home~ (ミチシルベ; Sign Post)
- Hana (花; Flower)
- Matsuri Danshaku (祭男爵; Festival Baron)
- Oh! Yeah
- SP Thanx
- Zipangu 2 Zipangu (ジパング2ジパング)
Notes on each track (number corresponds with track)
- An intrumental piece and the shortest of all Orange Range songs at only forty-seven seconds. The band is recorded to have said "If Hiroki can sing two solos ("Chest" and "Shuuji-kun"), then can't Yamato do the same?" At the end of the song, Yamato is the one who screams "OKINAWA!"
- The band's 7th single.
- The band's 6th single.
- Though not a single, "Ishin Denshin" has gained an immense amount of popularity, which is not limited to multiple lives, remixes, covers (one from Taiwan), and karaoke versions. The song uses a lot of electronic sounds (all produced by Naoto), and the song is also rare in that it does not have a rap portion.It is also a popular ringtone and was used in a CM; baseball player Takuro Ishii used the song as his entrance theme for a while.
- Coupled with "Michishirube ~A Road Home~" single.
- Recorded with a "beastly, ethinic voice" in mind; it is even said that, to match the atmosphere envisioned, the song was recorded in the middle of the night with all band members naked.
- Naoto sings the words "Yes" and "Shomi tai Yes" (it is rare for Naoto to sing). During "LIVE musiq" tour, the main vocalists dressed in cosplay for this song. For the English speaker, this song has the unfortunate dilemma of having a Japanese accented title, which may sound like "Shitty Boy" more than "City Boy" when sung.
- Features a jazz tone. The staff play a minor vocal part in the song. The title of the song is "Xie Xie", which is the Chinese word for "thank you." When asked about the title, Naoto said "I felt that the song was saying "Xie Xie."
- A friend of Ryo's was a background vocalist in this song. The song was used in "LIVE musiq" to showcase the band's rap style.
- Naoto said about this song "I wanted to do this the most on this album." However, Katchan said "The tempo was difficult, I hate this song the most out of this album." It was originally going to be coupled with "Chest" as a B side track.
- 5th single
- 8th single; best selling Orange Range song in history.
- This is the only song composed by Yoh and the Bass Family (being Yoh and Ryo) on this album.
- Yoh made the guitar riffs and Naoto produced the song. The song includes some Okinawan dialect, such as "yaasai", which means "hungry". The song has its own dance, the "Matsuri Danshaku dance."
- This song is said to represent the staff members' families' story; they said themselves that the song "has no meaning." The lyrics that say "Kimi konai dano are kai?" in the song is sung by Naoto. The song was sung at almost every venue in the summer festival (source doesn't specify which, so assume many).
- The title is the name of the baseball team that belongs to the band. It was going to be the title of the album, but Yoh opposed it.
- Theme of this song is youth. Lyrics were left to Yamato, and as a result he wrote some stalker-like words (unclear; YAMATOに作詞を任せたところ、ストーカー的になってしまったとの事."
- This song was made as a "thank you" to fans. Ryo's part is written from real experience. Children sing the last portion of the song. No guitar is used in this song.