Best E.P Selection of Tokio

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Best E.P Selection of Tokio
Greatest hits album by Tokio
Released August 26, 1996
(see release history)
Genre Japanese Rock/Pop
Length 54:35
Label Sony Music Entertainment
Tokio chronology
Blowing
(1996)
Best E.P Selection of Tokio
(1996)
Wild & Mild
(1997)

Best E.P Selection of Tokio is the first compilation album by Japanese band Tokio. It was released on March 26, 1997.[1] The album reached fourth place on the Oricon weekly chart and charted for five weeks.[2]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Lyrics Music Arrangement Length
1. "Kaze ni Natte (Studio Live Mix)"   Tetsuo Kudou Ryoumei Shirai Ryoumei Shirai 4:07
2. "Ticket to Love (Gimme Gimme Mix)"   Tetsuo Kudou Takashi Tsushimi Ryoumei Shirai 3:57
3. "Uwasa no Kiss (Brighter Mix)"   Tetsuo Kudou Takashi Tsushimi Ryoumei Shirai 3:29
4. "Soko Nashi Love (New Sokonashi Mix)"   Tetsuo Kudou Takashi Tsushimi Ryoumei Shirai 3:55
5. "Sayonara Kara Torimodose"   Tetsuo Kudou Ichirou Kou Ryoumei Shirai 5:02
6. "Magic Channel (Special Mix)"   Zenji Nagahata and Hiroshi Yamada Zenji Nagahata Tatsuya Nishiwaki 4:13
7. "Mirai ha Sense"   Kanata Asamizu Tatsuya Nishiwaki Tatsuya Nishiwaki 3:39
8. "Zettai!"   Kanata Asamizu Tatsuya Nishiwaki Tatsuya Nishiwaki 4:16
9. "Tokio wo Yoroshiku!"   Shigeru Joshima and Hiroshi Yamada Tatsuya Nishiwaki Tatsuya Nishiwaki 3:57
10. "Ashita no Kimi wo Mamoritai"   Tetsuo Kudou Takashi Tsushimi Ryoumei Shirai 5:29
11. "Heart wo Migakukyanai"   Rui Serizawa Takashi Tsushimi Ryoumei Shirai 3:56
12. "Love You Only"   Tetsuo Kudou Takashi Tsushimi Ryoumei Shirai 3:55
13. "Arigatou...Yuki (Hyper Energy Mix)"   Yasuhiko Akasaka Toshinobu Kubota Manabu Tsuchiya 4:32

Personnel[edit]

Release history[edit]

Region Date Format Distributing Label Catalogue codes
Japan August 26, 1996 (1996-08-26)[1] CD Sony SRCL-3630
South Korea March 4, 2004 (2004-03-04)[3] 2285527

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b (Japanese) "Johnny's Net TOKIO Discography - Albums". Retrieved 2009-10-08. 
  2. ^ (Japanese) "TOKIO-リリース-ORICON STYLE ミュージック". Retrieved 2010-02-17. 
  3. ^ "TOKIO(토키오) - BEST E.P SELECTION OF TOKIO" (in Korean). Hot Tracks. Retrieved April 6, 2014.