I could perhaps call the size and price of the single deceptive. You may only get one track and an instrumental, but that one song has enough quality in it to better many full singles. The song itself starts out rather slowly, but quickly picks up pace and turns into a pretty upbeat song, which is a nice contrast to their ballads. Kiyoe sings excellently as usual. The instrumental is pretty simple; uncomplicated, but does all it needs to. The song lets Kiyoe's voice hold up most of the tune for the most part, but manages to keep the instrumental strong on its own as well. The first press bonus is pretty cute, too; two pages of summery stickers and the Ikimono Card #20. The CD itself and booklet are very, very brightly-coloured and lively. The booklet itself is very shiny and almost glossy-feeling, with pictures of the members alongside the lyrics. It may be a small single, but it's more than worth the money.
First Press / External Bonus*Details
|First Press Detail||
|Number of Discs||1|
|Label/Distributor||Sony Music Distribution|
Description in Japanese
キミがいる / いきものがかり
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