TOK10

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TOK10
Studio album by Tokio
Released September 1, 2004
Genre Japanese Rock/Pop
Length 1:03:53
Label Universal Music
Tokio chronology
Glider
(2003)
TOK10
(2004)
Act II
(2005)

TOK10 is a cover album by Japanese band Tokio, released on September 1, 2004.[1] It was released to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the band's debut.[2] The album peaked at first place on the Oricon weekly chart and charted for twelve weeks.[3] Thus far, it is their only album to top the Oricon charts.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Namida-kun Sayonara" - 4:07
    Original song by Johnny Tillotson (1966).
  2. "Bulldog" - 4:16
    Original song by Four Leaves (1977).
  3. "Yoroshiku Aishuu" - 3:19
    Original song by Hiromi Gō (1974).
  4. "Dakishimete Tonight" - 4:04
    Original song by Toshihiko Tahara (1988).
  5. "Gin Giragira ni Sarige naku" - 4:47
    Original song by Masahiko Kondō (1981).
  6. "100%... So Kamone!" - 5:04
    Original song by Shibugaki Tai (1982).
  7. "Kimagure One Way Boy" - 4:44
    Original song by The Good-Bye (1983).
  8. "Kimi Dake ni" - 4:32
    Original song by Shonentai (1987).
  9. "Daybreak" - 4:41
    Original song by Otokogumi (1988).
  10. "Paradise Ginga" - 4:27
    Original song by Hikaru Genji (1988).
  11. "Lion Heart" - 4:15
    Original song by SMAP (2000).
  12. "Flower" - 5:32
    Original song by KinKi Kids (1999).
  13. "Wa ni Natte Odorou" - 5:27
    Original song by Agharta (May 1997) Famously Covered by V6 (July 1997).
  14. "Love You Only" - 4:46
    Remix of Tokio's debut single.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Johnny's Net TOKIO Discography - Albums" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2009-09-29. 
  2. ^ "TOKIO - artists - JaME U.S.A.". Retrieved 2009-10-03. 
  3. ^ (Japanese) "TOKIO-リリース-ORICON STYLE ミュージック". Retrieved 2009-11-29. 
Preceded by
Yggdrasil by Bump of Chicken
Oricon weekly number-one album
September 13, 2004
Succeeded by
Exodus by Utada