Graffiti (Tokio album)

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Graffiti
Studio album by Tokio
Released April 1, 1998
Genre J-rock
Length 38:18
Label Sony Music Entertainment
Tokio chronology
Wild & Mild
(1997)
Graffiti
(1998)
Yesterday & Today
(2000)

Graffiti is the fifth studio album by Japanese band Tokio. It was released on April 1, 1998.[1] The album reached ninth place on the Oricon weekly chart and charted for three weeks.[2]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Lyrics Music Arrangement Length
1. "I to You ki To"   Ryouichi Higuchi Ryouichi Higuchi Toshiyuki Mori 5:08
2. "Yakusoku no Basho -Believe-"   Ryouichi Higuchi and Tatsuya Yamaguchi Ryouichi Higuchi and Tatsuya Yamaguchi Ryutayo Shimura 4:49
3. "Purple Rouge"   Masahiro Matsuoka Masahiro Matsuoka Tohru Sohru 5:13
4. "Orange Iro no Taiyo"   Shigeru Joshima Shigeru Joshima Toshiyuki Mori 4:48
5. "Bad Named Song"   Tomoya Nagase Tomoya Nagase Tomoya Nagase and Kazuyoshi Baba 5:07
6. "Ibushi Gin"   Taichi Kokubun Taichi Kokubun, Jumbo Taichi Kokubun, (Washi) 4:34
7. "Lesson"   Jun Someya Stevie Salas Stevie Salas 3:34
8. "Aitasa wa Tsunoru Dake"   Hanako Ishikawa Masayoshi Yamazaki Toshiyuki Mori 4:59
9. "Crazy Chase"   Hideki Hideki Hiroyuki Nanba 4:15
10. "Ashita wa Ashita no Kaze ga Fuku"   Mariko Okabe Anders Hellgren, Peter Karlsson, and David Myhr Ryutayo Shimura 3:30
11. "Julia (Album Version)"   Joe Rinoie Joe Rinoie Ryou Yonemitsu 6:02

References[edit]

  1. ^ (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.