Tommy february6 discography

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Tommy february6 discography
Studio albums4
Compilation albums1
Singles9

The discography of Japanese pop singer Tomoko Kawase's alter-ego pseudonym "Tommy february6" consists of four studio albums, one compilation album and 9 singles, released through Defstar Records between 2003 and 2009, and later Warner from 2011 onwards.

Contents

Many of her albums and singles are released in February, including her debut album Tommy february6 (2001), "Magic in Your Eyes" (2004), Strawberry Cream Soda Pop Daydream (2009), February & Heavenly (2012) and "Be My Valentine" (2013).

Studio albums

List of albums, with selected chart positions
TitleAlbum detailsPeak positionsSales [1] Certifications
JPN
[2]
Tommy february6 1714,000
Tommy Airline
  • Released: March 17, 2004
  • Label: Defstar
  • Formats: CD, CD+DVD, digital download
2224,000
  • RIAJ: Platinum (+250,000) [4]
February & Heavenly
  • Collaborative double album with Tommy heavenly6
  • Released: February 29, 2012
  • Label: Warner
  • Formats: 2CD+DVD, digital download
1213,000
Tommy Candy Shop Sugar Me
  • Released: June 12, 2013
  • Label: Warner
  • Formats: CD, CD+DVD, digital download
910,000

Extended play

List of extended plays, with selected chart positions
TitleAlbum detailsPeak positionsSales [1]
JPN
[2]
Tommy's Halloween Fairy Tale
  • Collaborative double album with Tommy heavenly6
  • Released: October 21, 2015
  • Label: Warner
  • Formats: CD, digital download
284,000

Compilation albums

List of albums, with selected chart positions
TitleAlbum detailsPeak positionsSales [1]
JPN
[2]
Strawberry Cream Soda Pop Daydream
  • Released: February 25, 2009
  • Label: Defstar
  • Formats: CD, CD+DVD, digital download
553,000

Singles

List of singles, with selected chart positions
TitleYearPeak chart positionsSales [1] Certifications Album
Oricon Singles Charts
[2]
Billboard Japan Hot 100
[5] [upper-alpha 1]
"Everyday at the Bus Stop"200112136,000 Tommy february6
"Kiss One More Time"2062,000
"Bloomin'!"20021085,000
"Je t'aime je t'aime"20035146,000
  • RIAJ (physical): Gold (+100,000) [6]
Tommy Airline
"Love Is Forever"648,000
  • RIAJ (physical): Gold (+100,000) [6]
"Magic in Your Eyes"2004667,000
  • RIAJ (physical): Gold (+100,000) [7]
"Lovely (Yumemiru Lovely Boy)"1429,000 Pokémon: Destiny Deoxys Music Collection
"Lonely in Gorgeous"20052015,000 Paradise Kiss Original Soundtrack
"Be My Valentine"201326245,000 Tommy Candy Shop Sugar Me
"Cupcake Angels"2018TBA

Promotional singles

TitleYearPeak chart positionsAlbum
Billboard Japan Hot 100
[5]
"Can't Take My Eyes Off You"2002Tommy february6
"Strawberry Cream Soda Pop"2009 Strawberry Cream Soda Pop Daydream
"Hot Chocolat"201286February & Heavenly
"Why Don't You Come With Me?" Halloween Addiction
"Runaway"2013Tommy Candy Shop Sugar Me
"Sugar Me"
"Kitty Ninja"2017Non-album Single

Music videos

YearVideoDirector
2001"Everyday at the Bus Stop"N/A
"Kiss One More Time"
2002"Bloomin'!"
2003"Je t'aime je t'aime"
"Love Is Forever"
2004"Magic in Your Eyes"
"Lovely: Yume Miru Lovely Boy"
2005"Lonely in Gorgeous"
2009"Strawberry Cream Soda Pop"
"Wait for Me There (february 6 Version)"
"Leaving You (february 6 Version)"
2012"Hot Chocolat"
"Why Don't You Come with Me?"
2013"Runaway" Tomoko Kawase
"Sugar Me"

Guest appearances

YearArtistVideoDirector
2003 Tommy heavenly6 "Wait till I Can Dream"N/A
2006"Lollipop Candy Bad Girl"
"I Love Xmas"
2008"Papermoon"
2009"Unlimited Sky"
2011"I'm Your Devil (Halloween Remix)"
2012Halloween Junky Orchestra"Halloween Party"

Other appearances

List of non-studio album or guest appearances that feature Tommy february6.
TitleYearAlbum
"Game of Love" (Hakase-sun featuring Tommy february6)2001Plays Boyz Toyz Reggay
"Magic in Your Eyes (Instrumental for TV)"2004Okusama wa Majo: Bewitched in Tokyo OST
"Magic in Your Eyes (Instrumental for TV/Piano Version)"
"Kiss One More Time (Sunaga t Experience's Euro Set Remix)"2006World Standard 06
"Je t'aime je t'aime (DMC Yō)" (DMC用, "DMC Use")2008 Detroit Metal City Tribute Album
"All Through the Night" We Love Cyndi – Tribute to Cyndi Lauper
"Halloween Party" (Halloween Junky Orchestra)2012"Halloween Party" (single)
"Why Don't You Come with Me?" (Tommy heavenly6 featuring Tommy february6) Halloween Addiction (single)
List of composition for others artists provided by Tommy february6.
YearTitleArtist(s)Album
2003"You'll Be My Boy" Tommy☆angels [8] single
"Stars to shine again" SPEED BRIDGE
"♡Wanna be your girlfriend♡" Asuka Hinoi single
2005"OH MY JULIET!" Takashi Fujii SHANGHAI TA-WAN /
Babel: Music from and Inspired by the Motion Picture
2014"Heart no Hoshi"
(ハートの地球)
Sakura Gakuin DVD single

Notes

  1. The Japan Hot 100 was established in February 2008.

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