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Fever: Legend Live

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Released  August 20, 2014 (JP)
Genre  Japanese pop/R&B
Artist  Kumi Koda
Label  Rhythm Zone
Recorded  2014
Length  28:14
Release date  20 August 2014
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Fever: Legend Live is a special mini-album by Japanese artist Kumi Koda. The special album was released as a promotional campaign for SANKYO's pachinko game, FEVER LEGEND, which is Koda Kumi's fourth installment (priors were Fever Live In Hall, Fever Live In Hall II and Love Romance).

Initially, the album was only used and sold at promotional events and was limited to 400 copies. However, due to the high demand, the album was released on Amazon Japan for 7,600 yen. The album consisted of previously released songs and three new songs, all which were used for the pachinko game: SO FEVER, NEVER GIVE IT UP and Kimi Omoi.

Kimi Omoi would later be placed as the b-side to Koda Kumi's 2016 single Shhh!.

Music videos

The EP contained three new music videos, which were released for the pachinko game.

So Fever, (stylized as SO FEVER') was a sensual-themed music video, showing an erotic taboo-related get-together. Throughout the video, both men and women are seen in close proximity to both the opposite and same sex. Kumi is continually touched by other guests, while sporting a butterfly-theme, along with scenes in an erotic pool party late at night.

Never Give It Up (stylized as NEVER GIVE IT UP) carries a more comedic theme, with Kumi performing as a magician on a stage in front of a small crowd. Throughout the video, she is shown to perform the illusions incorrectly, accidentally hurting her assistant. The male assistant she hurts constantly tries to trade placed with the female assistants, but they manage to keep him locked into the tricks.

Kimi Omoi (君想い) is a soft and romantic videos, having Kumi longing for a loved one. The imagery in the music video was very similar to that used in both Yume no Uta/futari de... and stay with me.


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