Flower (Tomiko Van song)


Flower (Tomiko Van song)

Infobox Single
Name = Flower


Artist = Tomiko Van
from Album =
Released = June 7, 2006
Format = CD single, CD+DVD
Recorded =
Genre = J-pop & J-rock
Length = 17:53
Label = Avex Trax
Writer = Maki Ogawa, Tomiko Van
Reviews =
Last single =
This single = "Flower" (2006)
Next single = "Senkō" (2006)
Misc = Extra album cover
Upper caption = Flower
Background = Yellow


Lower caption = CD only cover
"Flower" is Tomiko Van's debut single under the Avex Trax label. The single was released on June 7, 2006 in two formats.

Overview

"Flower" is former Do As Infinity lead singer Tomiko Van's debut single. Released in two versions, CD only and CD+DVD, there are two different covers for the single, though the covers have very little differences to them. The A-side song "Flower" was used as the TBS drama Oishii Proposal theme song, and a piano version of the song was used for the sound track of the drama. The B-side "Brave" was used as the ending theme song for PlayStation 2 game "Sengoku Basara 2".

Unlike most of the songs on her debut album, "Flower" is an up-tempo pop song with a feeling of summer to it. The song features guitars, an instrument that was not as prominent in her debut album, and is reminiscent of songs that she would sing during her times in Do As Infinity.

Track listing

CD only format

# "Flower" (Maki Ogawa, Katsumi Ōnishi) - 4:14
# "Brave" (Tomiko Van, Katsumi Ōnishi) - 4:38
# "Flower" -Instrumental- - 4:14
# "Brave" -Instrumental- - 4:38

CD and DVD

CD portion

# "Flower" (Maki Ogawa, Katsumi Ōnishi) - 4:14
# "Brave" (Tomiko Van, Katsumi Ōnishi) - 4:38
# "Flower" -Instrumental- - 4:14
# "Brave" -Instrumental- - 4:38

DVD portion

# "Flower" (Music Clip)

TV performances

* June 2, 2006 - Music Fighter
* June 9, 2006 - Music Fighter

Charts

Oricon Sales Chart (Japan)


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