|Romaji of Song||-|
|Nihongo of Genre||ワールドツアー|
|Romaji of Artist||-|
|Other Instruments||Tatsuya Furukawa (Composition and Arrangement)|
|First Appearance||pop'n music 8|
|Other Appearance(s)||pop'n music portable 2|
- A long version of Miracle 4, titled Miracle☆4 Long Tours Mix, appears on good-cool's third album Crazy Operation.
- A sequel of Miracle 4, titled Magical 4, can be found on Pop'n Music 16 PARTY♪.
- Each character in Miracle 4 would eventually receive his own song in the pop'n music series:
- Force, the American cowboy, was the first to get his own song: ダイナミック! アトミック! スペース・カウ・ボーイズ＆ガールズ ~ver.1~ in Pop'n Music 9. After all the Atsushi Shindo songs were removed in Pop'n Music 12 Iroha, PITAゴラス☆KISS (introduced five games later) would become Force's song.
- 2st, who represents Saudi Arabia, was the second with Arrabbiata in Pop'n Music 10.
- Waka-san, who represents Japan, was third with Vairocana in Pop'n Music 12 Iroha.
- Uno, who represents Spain, was the last to get his own song with hora de verdad in Pop'n Music 14 FEVER!.
- Miracle 4 is one of the only three fully instrumental (i.e. no vocals or vocal samples) good-cool songs in pop'n music, along with ABSOLUTE (ROCK GUITAR) and Apple Butter.
- Miracle 4 received an EX chart in Pop'n Music portable 2. Unlike the other old songs in pop'n music portable 2 that received EX charts, Miracle 4's EX chart wasn't included as an unlock in pop'n music 20 fantasia.
- As such, Miracle 4's EX chart is currently one of the few CS exclusive charts for songs that are also on arcade releases of pop'n music.
I traveled across the world! And also the seven seas! Two minutes.
Difficulty & NotecountsEdit
|Pop'n Music 8||9||17||32||-||11||21||-||-||-|
|Pop'n Music 9→fantasia||↓8||17||32||-||11||21||-||-||-|
|Pop'n Music 8 CS||8||17||32||-||11||21||-||-||-|
|Pop'n Music portable 2||8||17||32||39||-||-||14||13||29|