Jun Fukuyama unveils bonuses for “P.o.P -PERS of Persons-“

PONY CANYON unveiled the bonuses for Jun Fukuyama‘s P.o.P -PERS of Persons-.

P.o.P -PERS of Persons- is scheduled to be released on 08/01/2020, available in 3 editions: regular, limited and kyanime.

The cover art is the following for each edition:

Regular
Limited
Kyanime

The tracklist is the following:

1. 展望録
2. パース・オブ・パーソンズ (lyrics by Jun Fukuyama and Yohei Matsui)
3. Automatic double-face
4. Breaking Dawn
5. Moving  (lyrics by Jun Fukuyama and Yohei Matsui)
6. Territory
7. Tightrope (Album version)  (lyrics by Jun Fukuyama and Yohei Matsui)
8. dis-communicate (Album version)  (lyrics by Jun Fukuyama and Yohei Matsui)
9. Glowing with you  (lyrics by Jun Fukuyama and Yohei Matsui with Persons)
10. エクストラ
11. オレンジ色の手紙
12. Start (KEN THE 390&Jun Fukuyama)

A preview of the collaboration track, Start, with the popular Japanese rapper KEN THE 390, is out.

The short music video for P.o.P -PERS of Persons- is out.

The contents for each edition are the following:

  • Regular: CD only
  • Limited: CD + DVD (P.o.P -PERS of Persons- and Start music videos + P.o.P -PERS of Persons- jacket and music video making of)
  • Kyanime: CD + DVD (P.o.P -PERS of Persons- and Start music videos + P.o.P -PERS of Persons- jacket and music video making of + dis-communicate special mini live making of and digest + Taiwan shooting making)

The bonuses are the following per store:

Animate (clear file + L-size bromide)
Amazon Japan (2L bromide)
HMV&BOOKS online (L-size bromide)
Gamers (can badge + L-size bromide)
TOWER RECORDS (L-size bromide)
TSUTAYA RECORDS (L-size bromide)
Toranoana (L-size bromide)
Animega (L-size bromide)

On another note: Fukuyama is going to hold a one man live in 2020, for more details please refer to THIS article.

P.o.P -PERS of Persons- is available for pre-order at CDJAPAN.

SOURCE: Jun Fukuyama official website

Author: midorin

The Hand That Feeds HQ founder and music reviewer writing about Japanese music since 2010. After a 6 month stint in Macau SAR, I am back to being based in Cascais, Portugal. Mamoru Miyano's "Orpheus" was the catalyst to completely focus on writing about male seiyuu music.

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