The lyrics come with handwritten comments by Kyoko, as well as many
nice pictures, in several different outfits. The first printing
comes in a larger cardboard box (with a different picture from the
CD) that includes the CD, and a two page booklet, with a picture and
message from Kyoko.
Unlike other sophomore efforts I've heard this year, Unmoral builds
well on the success of Binetsu. While I can hear a lot of
similarities between the two, this album breaks a lot of new ground
on its own. It's not totally cute, it doesn't totally rock, but it
does have a lot of different styles, that she usually pulls of very well.
My favorite track right now is
Kimi wo Mamoru Tame ni Boku ha Yume wo Miru.