Hi-Five (song)

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"Hi-Five"
Hi-Five.jpg
Single by Superfly
from the album Superfly
Released April 23, 2008 (2008-04-23)
Format CD single, digital download
Genre J-Pop, blues rock
Length 4:01
Label Warner Music Japan
Songwriter(s) Shiho Ochi, jam, Kōichi Tabo
Superfly singles chronology
"Ai o Komete Hanataba o"
(2008)
"Hi-Five"
(2008)
"How Do I Survive?"
(2008)
"Ai o Komete Hanataba o"
(2008)
"Hi-Five"
(2008)
"How Do I Survive?"
(2008)
Music video
"Hi-Five" at YouTube

"Hi-Five" is the fifth single by Japanese rock act Superfly, and was the last single released prior to the band's debut self-titled album. The main track was used in promotions for au's "LISMO" service in April 2008.[1][2] The B-sides for the physical release of the album were three of the four tracks from their 2007 iTunes Store set released as Live from Tokyo. "Hi-Five" ultimately reached the number 30 spot on the Oricon charts, while it went to number 7 on the Japan Hot 100.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Arranger Length
1. "Hi-Five" Shiho Ochi, jam, Kōichi Tabo Koichi Tsutaya, Tabo 4:01
2. "Honky Tonk Women" (Performed Live for iTunes on 06/08/2007) Keith Richards, Mick Jagger   3:17
3. "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown" (Performed Live for iTunes on 06/08/2007) Jim Croce   3:10
4. "Desperado" (Performed Live for iTunes on 06/08/2007) Glenn Frey, Don Henley   3:33
Total length: 13:59

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