Tommy's Halloween Fairy Tale

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Tommy's Halloween Fairy Tale
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Tommy heavenly6 Version
EP by
ReleasedOctober 21, 2015
Recorded2014-2015
Genre Punk rock, pop punk, post-punk, synthpop, new wave, power pop
Label Warner Music Japan
Producer Chiffon Brownie
Tomoko Kawase
Tommy heavenly6 chronology
Tommy Ice Cream Heaven Forever
(2013)
Tommy's Halloween Fairy Tale
(2015)
Tommy february6 Version
Tommys Halloween Fairy Tale february6 Cover.jpg
Tommy february6 chronology
Tommy Candy Shop Sugar Me
(2013)
Tommy's Halloween Fairy Tale
(2015)

"Tommy's Halloween Fairy Tale" is the second solo EP by Tomoko Kawase, released October 21, 2015 through Warner Music Japan. The EP features songs from both the Tommy heavenly6 and Tommy february6 personas. The EP peaked at #28 on the Oricon Albums Chart and stayed on the chart for two weeks. [1]

Track listing

All songs written by Tomoko Kawase.

No.TitleLength
1."Tommy's Halloween Fairy Tale" (Opening)1:20
2."Living Dead Diner Girls" (Tommy heavenly6)4:10
3."The Sparkling Candy Man †"3:50
4."Follow the White Rabbit!" (Instrumental)0:33
5."Little Red Forest" (Tommy february6)4:00
6."Frozen Raspberry Snow"3:19

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References

  1. "Tommy's Halloween Fairy Tale". Oricon. Retrieved 14 April 2016.