Tokio discography

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Tokio discography
Releases
Studio albums 12
Compilation albums 2
EPs 1
Singles 41
Cover albums 1

The discography of Tokio, a Japanese rock/pop band, consists of eleven studio albums, one cover album, one remix album, two compilation albums, one mini album, and more than forty singles released under Sony Music Entertainment, Universal Music, and J-Storm.

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

# Information Oricon weekly
peak position
Certification
1994 Tokio
  • Released: November 21, 1994
8
1995 Bad Boys Bound
  • Released: July 3, 1995
4
1996 Blowing
  • Released: March 25, 1996
7
1997 Wild & Mild
  • Released: March 26, 1997
9
1998 Graffiti
  • Released: April 1, 1998
9
2000 Yesterday & Today
  • Released: February 2, 2000
9
2001 5 Ahead
  • Released: December 5, 2001
8
2003 Glider
  • Released: February 19, 2003
5
2005 Act II
  • Released: February 2, 2005
3
2006 Harvest
  • Released: October 18, 2006
2 Gold[1]
2008 Sugar
  • Released: February 20, 2008
6 Gold[2]
2012 17
  • Released: August 22, 2012
5

Extended plays[edit]

Year Information Oricon weekly
peak position
1998 Denko Sekka
  • Released: August 5, 1998
20

Remix albums[edit]

Year Information Oricon weekly
peak position
1995 Tokio Remix
  • Released: March 8, 1995
9

Cover albums[edit]

Year Information Oricon weekly
peak position
Certification
2004 TOK10
  • Released: September 1, 2004
1 Gold[3]

Compilation albums[edit]

Year Information Oricon weekly
peak position
1996 Best E.P Selection of Tokio
  • Released: August 26, 1996
4
2001 Best EP Selection of Tokio II
  • Released: May 9, 2001
6

Singles[edit]

Year Title Release date Oricon charts Certification Album
Weekly
[4]
Sales
[5]
1994 "Love You Only" September 21 3 Tokio
"Ashita no Kimi o Mamoritai (Yamato2520)" December 12 7
1995 "Uwasa no Kiss" April 12 2 Bad Boys Bound
"Heart o Migakukkyanai" June 21 3
"Soko Nashi Love" August 21 5 Blowing
"Sukisa (Ticket to Love)" October 21 5
"Kaze ni Natte" December 2 5
1996 "Magic Channel" February 26 6 Best E.P Selection of Tokio
"Arigatō... Yūki" July 22 3
"Everybody Can Do!" November 25 9
1997 "Furarete Genki" February 11 5 Wild & Mild
"Julia" May 28 10 Graffiti
1998 "Kono Yubi Tomare!" March 4 9
"Love & Peace" May 20 9 Yesterday & Today
1999 "Kimi o Omōtoki" February 17 9
"Nandomo Yume no Naka de Kurikaesu Love Song" June 30 7
"Wasureenu Kimi e" August 25 10
"Ai no Arashi" November 10 10 Best EP Selection of Tokio II
2000 "Minna de Wahhahha" May 31 6
"Koi ni Kizuita Yoru" September 13 11
2001 "Doitsu mo Koitsu mo" March 7 10 5 Ahead
"Message/Hitoribotchi no Haburashi" May 30 1
"Kanpai!!" August 8 4
"DR" October 31 4
2002 "Hana Uta" March 6 5 Glider
"Green" July 10 6
"Ding Dong/Glider" December 4 1
2003 "Ambitious Japan!" October 1 1 100,000+ Gold[6] Act II
"Love Love Manhattan/Alive-Life" December 3 4 100,000+ Gold[7]
2004 "Transistor G (Glamour) Girl" March 3 4
"Jibun no Tameni/For You" November 17 4
2005 "Boku no Ren'ai Jijō to Daidokoro Jijō" November 16 3 Harvest
"Ashita o Mezashite!" December 7 3
2006 "Mr. Traveling Man" February 8 1 100,000+ Gold[8]
"Get Your Dream" June 21 2 100,000+ Gold[9]
"Sorafune/Do! Do! Do!" August 23 1 250,000+ Platinum[10]
2007 "Hikari no Machi/Run Free (Swan Dance o Kimi to)" March 28 2 100,000+ Gold[11] Sugar
"Honjitsu, Mijukumono/Over Drive" August 15 2 100,000+ Gold[12]
"Seishun (Seisyun)" November 28 1 100,000+ Gold[13]
2008 "Amagasa/Akireru Kurai Bokura wa Negaō" September 3 2 17
2009 "Taiyō to Sabaku no Bara/Subeki Koto" August 19 3
2010 "Advance/Mata Asa ga Kuru" February 3 5
"Haruka" June 16 1 49,000+[14]
"NaNaNa (Taiyo Nante Irane)" August 11 6
2011 "Miageta Ryūsei" May 25 4
2012 "Haneda Kūkō no Kiseki/Kibou" February 29 5
2013 "Lyrics" February 20 7
"Tegami" March 20 8

Indie singles[edit]

Year Title Release date
1999 "15minutes" May 23
"Pink" (ピンク Pinku?) June 13

Theme songs and tie-ins[edit]

  • "Ai no Arashi" – Psychometrer Eiji 2 theme song
  • "Amagasa/Akirerukurai Bokura wa Negaou" – Yasuko to Kenji Theme Song/Mentore G theme song
  • "Ambitious Japan!" – theme song for JR Central's nozomi train services
  • "Boku no Renai Jijyou to Daidokoro Jijyou" – Mentore G Theme theme song
  • "Cry for the Moon" - 0 Gōshitsu no Kyaku theme song from February to March 2010
  • "Get Your Dream" – theme song in Japan for the 2006 FIFA World Cup
  • "Dash Village" - DASH Village theme song (from The! Tetsuwan! Dash!!)
  • "Ding Dong" – Yan Papa theme song
  • "DR" – Handoku theme song
  • "Everybody Can Do!" – Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Kōen-mae Hashutsujo second opening theme
  • "Furarete Genki" – Psychometrer Eiji theme song
  • "Haruka" - Dash Beach theme song (from The! Tetsuwan! Dash!!)
  • "Heart o Migakukkyanai" – Tobe! Isumi opening theme
  • "Hikari no Machi/Run Free (Swan Dance o Kimi To)" – Skull Man theme song
  • "Hitoribocchi no Haburashi" – Mukodono theme song
  • "Jibun no Tameni" – Nurseman Ga Yuku theme song
  • "Julia" – Seiji no Mikata theme song
  • "Love & Peace" – Love and Peace theme song
  • "Love Love Manhattan" – Manhattan Love Story theme song
  • "Mata Asa ga Kuru" - Romes theme song
  • "Message" – Tengoku Ni Ichiban Chikai Otoko theme song
  • "Mr. Traveling Man" – YAOH theme song
  • "NaNaNa (Taiyo Nante Irane)" - Unubore Deka theme song
  • "Seishun (Seisyun)" – Utahime theme song
  • "Sorafune" – My Boss My Hero theme song
  • "Subeki Koto" – 5LDK ending theme song
  • "Taiyō to Sabaku no Bara" – Kareinaru Spy theme song
  • "Transistor G (Glamour) Girl" – Kanojo ga Shinjatta theme song

Videography[edit]

DVD[edit]

  • Tokio 1999 Live In Nihon Budokan (Tokio 1999 Live In 日本武道館?) (Released: 29 March 2000)
  • Tokio Video Clips 2000 (Released: 29 March 2000)
  • 5 Round (Released: 22 May 2002)
  • Tokio Live Tour 2002 5 Ahead In Nihon Budokan (Tokio Live Tour 2002 5 Ahead In 日本武道館?) (Released: 7 August 2002)
  • 5 Round II (Released: 19 May 2004)
  • Tokio 10th Anniversary Live 2004 (Released: 12 January 2005)
  • Boku no Renai Jijo to Daidokoro Jijo (僕の恋愛事情と台所事情?) (Released: 16 November 2005)
  • Tokio Special GIGs 2006: Get Your Dream (Released: 22 November 2006)
  • 5 Round III (Released: 31 January 2007)
  • OVER/PLUS (Released: 14 September 2011)
  • 17.18 Live Tour(released: 17 April 2013)

VHS[edit]

  • Tokio First Live Video: Bad Boys Bound 95 (Released: 23 November 1995)
  • Tokio Live 1997 + Special Bonus Track 1998 (Released: 1 April 1998)
  • Tokio 1999 Live In Nihon Budokan (Tokio 1999 Live In 日本武道館?) (Released: 6 October 1999)
  • Tokio Video Clips 2000 (Released: 29 March 2000)
  • 5 Round (Released: 22 May 2002)
  • Tokio Live Tour 2002 5 Ahead In Nihon Budokan (Tokio Live Tour 2002 5 Ahead In 日本武道館?) (Released: 7 August 2002)
  • 5 Round II (Released: 19 May 2004)
  • Tokio 10th Anniversary Live 2004 (Released: 17 January 2005)

References[edit]

General
Specific
  1. ^ "RIAJ October 2006 Certifications" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2010-06-21. 
  2. ^ "RIAJ February 2008 Certifications" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2010-06-21. 
  3. ^ "RIAJ September 2004 Certifications" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2010-06-21. 
  4. ^ "TOKIOのCD・DVDリリース情報、TOKIOのプロフィールならオリコン芸能人事典-ORICON STYLE". Oricon Style (in Japanese). Oricon. Retrieved 2010-07-07. 
  5. ^ "Certification Award Levels" (in Japanese). IFPI. Retrieved 2010-06-21. 
  6. ^ "RIAJ October 2003 Certifications" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2010-06-21. 
  7. ^ "RIAJ December 2003 Certifications" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2010-06-21. 
  8. ^ "RIAJ February 2006 Certifications" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2010-06-21. 
  9. ^ "RIAJ July 2006 Certifications" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2010-06-21. 
  10. ^ "RIAJ September 2006 Certifications" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2010-06-21. 
  11. ^ "RIAJ March 2007 Certifications" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2010-06-21. 
  12. ^ "RIAJ August 2007 Certifications" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2010-06-21. 
  13. ^ "RIAJ November 2007 Certifications" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2010-06-21. 
  14. ^ "TOKIO、TUBE提供曲で2年7ヶ月ぶり首位" (in Japanese). Oricon. June 22, 2010. Retrieved June 21, 2010.