Lipstick (Orange Caramel album) – Wikipedia

2012 studio album by Orange Caramel

Lipstick is the debut studio album by South Korea lady group After College sub-unit Orange Caramel. It was launched on September 12, 2012 and accommodates 13 songs (together with a brand new recording of their track “Bangkok Metropolis”.) The title monitor “Lipstick” samples the favored tune “The Streets of Cairo” and was used because the album’s lead single.[1] The album contains earlier hits comparable to “Magic Woman”, “A-ing” and “Shanghai Romance” and every member additionally has their very own solo track.


Early Could 2012, Pledis Leisure’s managing director introduced that Orange Caramel can be releasing their first full-length album later that 12 months and that the album demo is “practically finalized”.[2] A number of months later, in September, Pledis revealed three photograph teasers by means of their official Twitter web page of every member.[3] The next day, the monitor checklist was revealed and a particular teaser was launched on September 7, 2012.[4][5] Two days later, one other three particular person member photograph teasers had been revealed by means of Pledis’s Twitter web page and a music video teaser was posted the next day, with the ultimate music video being launched at 12PM Kst on September 12, 2012 together with the album being launched by means of Korean on-line music shops and iTunes worldwide.[6][7]


Promotion for “Lipstick” started on Mnet’s M! Countdown on September 13, 2012 and so they additionally carried out a shortened model of “Milkshake” as part of their particular comeback stage. Orange Caramel continued to advertise the track on numerous Korean music exhibits comparable to Music Financial institution, Music Core, Inkigayo and Present Champion.

Chart efficiency[edit]

The title monitor, “Lipstick”, was a business success having managed to remain within the Prime 10 singles on the Gaon Digital Chart and Korea Okay-Pop Sizzling 100 for over a month. Thus far, the title monitor has been downloaded multiple million instances in South Korea in response to the Gaon Obtain Chart.[8] The album itself charted effectively, peaking at quantity Three on the Gaon Weekly Album Chart, quantity 9 on the Gaon Month-to-month Album Chart and it additionally charted on Japan’s Oricon Weekly Album chart at quantity 92, promoting 2,187 copies.[9][10]

Monitor itemizing[edit]

1. “Bubble Tub” Kim Ina East4A 3:42
2. “Milkshake” (밀크쉐이크) Workforce M49 3:35
3. “Lipstick” (립스틱) 3:21
4. “A~ing♡” (아잉♡) Wheesung Jo Yeongsu 3:28
5. “Magic Woman” (마법소녀; Mabeopsonyeo) Wheesung Jo Yeongsu 3:09
6. “Not But…” (아직…; Ajik…) (Raina solo) Raina
  • Jang Jaein
  • Yu Hyeonsang
  • Park Sehyeon
7. “Superwoman” (Raina solo that includes Choi Seung Cheol (S.Coups) of Seventeen) Yu Chiyeon Yu Chiyeon 3:20
8. “One Love” 3:22
9. “Shanghai Romance” (샹하이 로맨스) House Massive Star Jo Yeongsu 3:46
10. “Clara’s Dream” (클라라의 꿈; Keullaraui Kkum) (Lizzy solo) Jeong Yunhwa Park Sangheon 3:58
11. “Shut Your Eyes” (눈을 감아; Nuneul Gama) (Nana solo) Park Sangheon 4:09
12. “Love Does Not Wait” (사랑을 미룰 순 없나요; Sarangeul Irul Solar Eopsnayo) (Raina solo) Oh Seunghun Park Deoksang 3:25
13. “Bangkok Metropolis” (방콕시티) (2012 New Recording) Gained Taeyeon
  • Daniel Barkman
  • Jorgen Ringqvist
Whole size: 45:28

Album charts[edit]

Gross sales[edit]

Chart Gross sales
South Korea Gaon bodily gross sales 15,324[11]
Japan Oricon bodily gross sales 2,187
Whole 17,511

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