Orange Caramel (album)

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Orange Caramel
CD Only Version
Studio album by
ReleasedMarch 13, 2013 (Japan)
Recorded2012 - 2013
GenreDance-pop, electropop
LabelAvex Trax, Pledis
ProducerS.S. Han, M. Matsuura
Orange Caramel chronology
Orange Caramel
Singles from Orange Caramel
  1. "Yasashii Akuma"
    Released: September 5, 2012
  2. "Lipstick/Lamu no Love Song"
    Released: December 12, 2012
  3. "Cookies, Cream & Mint"
    Released: February 13, 2013

Orange Caramel is the first full-length Japanese album by After School sub-unit Orange Caramel. It was released on March 13, 2013 by Avex Trax.[1] The album was preceded by the singles "Yasashii Akuma" and "Lipstick/Lamu no Love Song".


"Yasashii Akuma" (やさしい悪魔), also known as "My Sweet Devil", was the first single released in Japan by the group. The song is a remake of 1970's pop group Candies' song "Yasashii Akuma". The B-side is a Japanese version of their Korean debut single, "Magic Girl". The single was released on September 5, 2012, peaking on the Oricon Weekly Chart at #10.

"Lipstick/Lamu no Love Song" was the dual-second single released in Japan. "Lipstick" is a Japanese remake of the Korean single from their first Korean album Lipstick. "Lamu no Love Song" is a cover of the opening theme for the popular anime series Urusei Yatsura. The song was released on December 12, 2012 and peaked on the Oricon Weekly Chart at #12.

Track listing[edit]

All editions track list
1."A-ing" (アイン♡; Japanese version)3:30
2."Magic Girl" (魔法少女; Japanese version)3:09
3."Cookies, Cream & Mint" (クッキークリーム&ミン)3:31
4."Bangkok City" (Japanese version)2:49
5."Lipstick" (Japanese version)3:21
6."The Angel's Wink" (天使のウィンク)3:35
7."Lamu no Love Song" (ラムのラブソング)2:41
8."My Sweet Devil" (やさしい悪魔)3:07
9."Shanghai Romance" (上海ロマンス; Japanese version)3:47
10."Red Shoes" (赤いくつ)3:48

Chart performance[edit]

Weekly charts[edit]

Charts (2013) Peak
Japanese albums (Oricon)[citation needed] 21
Billboard Japan Top Albums[2] 28


  1. ^ "Japan 1st Album「ORANGE CARAMEL」発売日変更のお知らせ。". Orange Caramel Japan Official Website. Avex Trax (Avex Marketing Inc.).
  2. ^ "Top Albums 2013/03/25付け" (in Japanese). Hanshin Contents Link. March 25, 2012. Retrieved March 25, 2012.

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