Tokyo Collection

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Tokyo Collection
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Live album by
ReleasedFebruary 15, 2012 (2012-02-15)
RecordedFebruary 9, 2005 - December 7, 2011
Venue
Genre Pop, alternative rock
Length61:59
Label EMI Music Japan, Virgin Music
Producer Tokyo Jihen, Uni Inoue
Tokyo Jihen chronology
Color Bars
(2012)
Tokyo Collection
(2012)
Shin'ya Waku
(2012)

Tokyo Collection is the first live album by the Japanese band Tokyo Jihen, released on February 15, 2012 by EMI Music Japan / Virgin Music. [1] It also served as the band's only greatest hits album. The first press edition is a cardboard sleeve. [2]

Contents

Track listing

All lyrics are written by Ringo Sheena, except where noted

No.TitleLyricsMusicRecordedLength
1."A Separation" (三十二歳の別れSanjūni-sai no Wakare) Sheena7 December 2011 at Tokyo International Forum Hall A3:42
2."Jeux interdits" (禁じられた遊びKinjirareta Asobi) 7 December 2011 at Tokyo International Forum Hall A3:50
3."Un homme et une femme" (かつては男と女Katsute wa Otoko to Onna)  Ukigumo 7 December 2011 at Tokyo International Forum Hall A4:25
4."Killer-tune" Izawa12 May 2010 at Tokyo International Forum Hall A3:25
5."OSCA"UkigumoUkigumo12 May 2010 at Tokyo International Forum Hall A5:38
6."Mirror-ball"UkigumoUkigumo24 August 2008 at Tokyo Dome City Hall 4:19
7."Vengeance" (復讐Fukushū) Ukigumo21 November 2007 at Zepp Tokyo 4:57
8."Pinocchio"IzawaIzawa21 November 2007 at Zepp Tokyo5:13
9."Senkō Shōjo"  Seiji Kameda 21 November 2007 at Zepp Tokyo3:07
10."Invisible Man" (透明人間Tōmei Ningen) Kameda26 May 2006 at NHK Hall 4:45
11."Marunouchi Sadistic" Sheena26 May 2006 at NHK Hall4:24
12."Super Star" Kameda9 February 2005 at Nagoya Century Hall 4:40
13."Gunjō Biyori"  HZM 9 February 2005 at Nagoya Century Hall3:48
14."A Scar of Dreams" (夢のあとYume no Ato) Sheena9 February 2005 at Nagoya Century Hall5:39

Notes and references

  1. "東京事変、ライブベスト盤が初日首位". oricon.co.jp. Retrieved 2012-04-30.
  2. "Tokyo Collection Tokyo Jihen". CDJapan.co.jp. Retrieved 2012-04-30.

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