There's also that thumping beat accompanied by Masaya Matsuura's (松浦雅也) trickling synths, which resemble the sound of falling rain, and Teruo Goto's (後藤輝夫) slick tenor saxophone that pops in and out throughout the song. Interesting combination of sounds, but then again we're talking about PSY-S here. I like how the song just floats at its own pace without rushing anywhere. I've been in a pretty mellow mood lately due to post-cold lightheadedness, cool late-September weather and tons of comfort food, so this song perfectly accompanies my current state of mind. I hope I'm making sense here.
Matsuura was responsible for composing and arranging the song, while Yukio Matsuo (松尾由紀夫) provided the lyrics. As for "Mint-Electric", I stumbled upon this lovely album at a Geo Media store in a small town called Gujo. I go there on a business trip for one week every month. Still baffled at the fact that it only cost me 180 yen after all the time I've been searching for it at local shops with no luck. Would love to review the whole thing sometime in the future.