Hi no Hikari Sae Todokanai Kono Basho De
|"Hi no Hikari Sae Todokanai Kono Basho De"|
Regular edition cover
|Single by Miyavi|
|from the album This Iz The Japanese Kabuki Rock|
|Released||January 16, 2008|
|Recorded||Dog House Studio|
|Producer(s)||Miyavi, Kei Ishizaka|
|Miyavi singles chronology|
Limited edition cover
"Hi no Hikari Sae Todokanai Kono Basho De" (陽の光さえ届かないこの場所で) is a single released by Miyavi on January 16, 2008. The title track features fellow S.K.I.N. member, Sugizo, as a guest guitarist. The single contains three tracks on the regular edition, while the special edition has only the first two tracks, although the limited editions includes a bonus DVD with the music video and making-of footage. It charted 10th on Oricon and 11th on Billboard Japan.
All music composed by Miyavi.
|Disc one (CD)|
|1.||"Hi no Hikari Sae Todokanai Kono Basho De" (陽の光さえ届かないこの場所で)||Miyavi||5:31|
|2.||"My Name Iz Oresama.com" (My Name Iz 俺様.com)||Miyavi, Tyko||2:42|
|3.||"Hi no Hikari Sae Todokanai Kono Basho De (Instrumental)" (陽の光さえ届かないこの場所で)||5:29|
|Disc two (DVD, limited edition only)|
|1.||"Hi no Hikari Sae Todokanai Kono Basho De" (陽の光さえ届かないこの場所で)|
- Miyavi – vocals and lyrics, acoustic and electric guitar, tambourine, gigpig, producer
- Sugizo – electric guitar (Track 1 & 3) (special guest)
- Tyko – MC, beatbox, rapping
- DJ 1, 2 – turntable
- Masahide Sakuma – bass guitar
- Soul Toul – drums
- Tsuyoshi Inoue – director (DVD track 1)
- Ryo Nagai – director (DVD track 2)
- Kavki Boiz – music video cast and performers
- Masahide Sakuma – producer
- Tomomi Ozaki – executive producer
- Atsushi Kitamura – executive producer
- Kei Ishizaka – general producer
- Noriyuki Kisou – recording engineer, mixing engineer
- Ue Nastasi – mastering engineer
- ""Hi no Hikari Sae Todokanai Kono Basho De" release details". cdjapan.co.jp. Retrieved 2007-12-22.
- "Oricon singles list" (in Japanese). Oricon. Archived from the original on November 9, 2014. Retrieved May 1, 2014.
- "Oricon Singles List" (in 2017). Oricon. Retrieved 2017-03-15.
- "Top Singles Sales". Billboard Japan. Retrieved 2017-03-15.
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