Tommy Ice Cream Heaven Forever

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Tommy Ice Cream Heaven Forever
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Studio album by Tommy heavenly6
Released November 27, 2013 (Japan)
Recorded Summer 2013 – Fall 2013
Malibu Studios, Tokyo Japan [1]
Genre
Length38:57
Language Japanese, English
Label Warner Music Japan
Producer Chiffon Brownie, Tomoko Kawase
Tommy heavenly6 chronology
Halloween Addiction
(2012)
Tommy Ice Cream Heaven Forever
(2013)
Singles from Ice Cream Heaven
  1. "Ruby Eyes"
    Released: October 2, 2013

Tommy Ice Cream Heaven Forever (stylized as TOMMY ♥ ICE CREAM HEAVEN ♥ FOREVER) is the fifth studio album by Tommy heavenly6. It was released on November 27, 2013. [2] The album's first single, "Ruby Eyes", was released on October 2, 2013. Tommy Ice Cream Heaven Forever is the heavenly6 counterpart to February6's Tommy Candy Shop Sugar Me .

<i>Tommy Candy Shop Sugar Me</i> 2013 studio album by Tommy february

Tommy Candy Shop Sugar Me is the fourth studio album by Tommy february6, released on June 12, 2013, through Warner Music Japan. The album debuted at #4 on the Oricon Japan chart.It is Tommy february6's first album to be written predominantly in English. It is also february6's first album that wasn't written entirely by Tomoko Kawase. Tommy Candy Shop Sugar Me is the february6 counterpart to heavenly6's Tommy Ice Cream Heaven Forever.

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Release and promotion

In August 2013, Tommy announced she would be releasing a new single on October 2, 2013 that would be used as the theme for drama Kiyoku Ranman, and that the new single would be included in a new album to be released October 2013. The single's title was later revealed to be "Ruby Eyes". The title of the album was revealed to be Tommy ♥ Ice Cream Heaven ♥ Forever along with an announcement that the release date was to be on October 23, 2013. Later, the release date of the album was pushed back to November 27, 2013. "Ruby Eyes" was released as a digital single on October 2, 2013, with the music video debuting on the Warner Music Japan official YouTube account on October 25, 2013.

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Track listing

The official track listing was posted to the Warner Music Japan site on November 1, 2013. [3]

CD
No.TitleLength
1."-Intro- CUPCAKE CASTLE【Dark Sugar Storm】"0:36
2."I WANT YOUR BLOOD†"3:35
3."LET ME SCREAM"4:16
4."LOVIN' YOU"4:27
5."forever and anywhere"4:12
6."Can you hear me ?"4:40
7."-Intro- CUPCAKE CASTLE【Sugar Snow】"0:35
8."Ruby Eyes"4:15
9."Ash Like Snow" (English Version)4:34
10."MILK TEA"3:16
11."-Intro- Gelato Mountains Fight  "0:49
12."ICE CREAM HEAVEN FOREVER"3:42
Total length:38:57
DVD
No.TitleLength
1.".“Intro” CUPCAKE CASTLE(DARK SUGAR STORM)" 
2.".RUBY EYES" 
3.".“Intro” GELATO MOUNTAINS FIGHT" 
4.".“Intro” CUPCAKE CASTLE(SUGAR SNOW)" 
5.".CAN YOU HEAR ME?" 

Personnel

Charts

Chart (2012)Peak
position
Japan Oricon Weekly Albums17

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