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  1. 60s 70s 80s

    60s 70s 80s

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    "60s 70s 80s" is Namie Amuro's 33rd solo single under the Avex Trax label. It was released in CD and CD&DVD formats on March 12, 2008, 11 months since her previous single "Funky Town", and nearly 9 months after her successful album "Play". This single continues her successful comeback, as it had her highest first week sales since 2000's "Never End" even at a time when CD single sales are dramatically decreasing. It became her first #1 since 1998's "I Have Never Seen", and her highest selling single since "Never End".


  2. A (EP)

    A (EP) (2000)

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    "A" is Ayumi Hamasaki's tenth single, released on August 11, 1999. Hamasaki's best-selling single as well Japan's 57th best-selling single of all time, "A," is unique among Hamasaki's singles, as it is her only single with quadruple A-sides. However, the Recording Industry Association of Japan claimed that "A" is not a single but an album.


  3. A Day In Our Life

    A Day In Our Life

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    "a Day in Our Life" is the seventh single of the Japanese boy band Arashi and the first single released after they switched to their new record label J Storm. The single was released in one edition.


  4. A Song Is Born

    A Song Is Born (2002)

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    "A Song Is Born" was a collaboration between Ayumi Hamasaki and Keiko (Globe) for the Song Nation non-profit project by Avex, which was created to raise funds to help the victims of the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center. The song was composed by Tetsuya Komuro, but unlike the other two single releases of the project, "The Meaning of Peace" (a duet between BoA and Kumi Koda) and "Lovin' It" (a duet between Namie Amuro and Verbal of M-Flo), the lyrics were written by Ayumi Hamasaki. Her solo version of it appeared on her 4th studio album, I am....


  5. A Walk In The Park

    A Walk In The Park (1998)

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    "A Walk in the Park" is Namie Amuro's sixth solo single under the Avex Trax label. It was her first original single to be released after the massive success of her solo debut album, Sweet 19 Blues (1996) and was her fourth million selling single.


  6. Addicted To You

    Addicted To You (1999)

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    "Addicted to You" is a song by Hikaru Utada, released as her fifth overall single (4th Japanese-language), released on November 10, 1999. It sold 1,784,000 copies and hit number one on the Oricon charts for two consecutive weeks, selling 1,067,510 in its first week. It was her breakthrough single into Japan being the second highest first week sales in Japan of all time only behind Mr. Children's 1996 single "Namonaki Uta". The single was produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions. In addition, the cover photos of the single were taken by the late legendary photographer, Richard Avedon. It currently holds the record for the third-highest one-week sales in Japan. This is Japan's 39th best selling single.


  7. Ai no Beat

    Ai no Beat

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    "Ai no Beat" (アイノビート) is a single by Japanese boy band Kis-My-Ft2. It was released on November 14, 2012. It debuted in number one on the weekly Oricon Singles Chart and reached number one on the Billboard Japan Hot 100. It was the 21st best-selling single in Japan in 2012, with 291,265 copies.


  8. ALONE

    ALONE

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    Alone is the ninth single by B'z, released on October 10, 1991. This song is one of B'z many number-one singles in Oricon chart. The single was re-released in 2003, and re-entered at #8. It sold over 1,127,000 copies according to Oricon. It was used as the drama Hotel Woman's theme song. The song was the 10th best selling single of 1991 and the 56th best selling single of 1992, making their only single to chart for two years in the yearly charts.


  9. Another Future

    Another Future

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    "Another Future" is a single by Japanese boy band Kis-My-Ft2. It was released on August 13, 2014. It debuted in number one on the weekly Oricon Singles Chart and reached number one on the Billboard Japan Hot 100. It was the 3rd best-selling single in Japan in August of 2014, with 250,473 copies.


  10. Aoppana

    Aoppana

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    "Aoppana" (あおっぱな) is a single by Japanese boy band Kanjani Eight. It was released on September 5, 2012. It debuted in number one on the weekly Oricon Singles Chart and reached number one on the Billboard Japan Hot 100.


  11. Aozora Pedal

    Aozora Pedal

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    "Aozora Pedal" Blue Sky Pedal) is the seventeenth single of the Japanese boy band Arashi. The single was released in three editions: a regular edition containing a bonus track and karaoke versions of all the songs released in the single, and two limited editions containing either a DVD with the music video or the making-of video of the song.


  12. A・Ra・Shi

    A・Ra・Shi

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    "Arashi" (stylized as A・RA・SHI) is a song recorded by Japanese boy band Arashi. It was released on November 3, 1999 by the record label Pony Canyon as their debut single. "Arashi" was used as the theme song for Arashi's mini-drama V no Arashi (Vの嵐) and for the 8th World Cup of Volleyball hosted by Japan in 1999, featuring the group as supporters. While both the regular and limited editions were released as a CD single containing two songs and its instrumentals, only the limited edition included a poster.


  13. As For One Day

    As For One Day

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    "As for One Day" is the eighteenth single of J-pop idol group Morning Musume and was released April 23, 2003. It sold a total of 129,893 copies. This single also marked the graduation of second generation member Kei Yasuda. This was the last single to hit #1 until 2006's "Aruiteru".


  14. Asterisk

    Asterisk

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    "Asterisk" Asuterisuku) is the 10th single from Orange Range.


  15. BANDAGE

    BANDAGE

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    "Bandage" (stylized as "BANDAGE") is a song by Japanese rock band, LANDS and serves as their debut single as well as the lead single from their debut album Olympos. The song was written and produced by composer Takeshi Kobayashi (小林 武史 Kobayashi Takeshi) and serves as the theme song of the film with the same name that stars Jin Akanishi, who plays the leader and vocalist of the fictional band. "Bandage" was released on November 25, 2009, their record label J Storm.


  16. Barrette

    Barrette

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    "Barrette" (バレッタ) is the 7th single by Nogizaka46. It was released on November 27, 2013. It debuted in number one on the weekly Oricon Singles Chart. It was the 14th best-selling single of the year in Japan. It has sold a total of 515,965 copies, as of July 28, 2014 (chart date). It reached number one on the Billboard Japan Hot 100. A song from the single, Tsuki no Ōkisa (月の大きさ), was the second opening theme of season 15 of the Naruto: Shippuden anime television series.


  17. Be My Last

    Be My Last (2005)

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    "Be My Last" is a song by Hikaru Utada, released as her 14th Japanese single on September 28, 2005. It was used for the 2005 film Spring Snow, an adaptation of the 1966 Yukio Mishima novel of the same name.


  18. Be Together

    Be Together (2000)

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    "Be Together" was a song from Japanese band TM Network, written by Mitsuko Komuro and composed by Tetsuya Komuro, it was included in their fifth album Humansystem. Despite of the fact that it wasn't released as a single, nor it became popular at the time of the release of the album by TM Network, after the 1999 cover made by Ami Suzuki the song became really popular in Japan, and since then has been covered by several artists.


  19. Beautiful days

    Beautiful days

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    "Beautiful Days" is the twenty-fourth single from the Japanese boy band Arashi. It was used as the theme song for the drama Ryūsei no Kizuna, starring Arashi member Kazunari Ninomiya.


  20. Bittersweet

    Bittersweet

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    "Bittersweet" is the 42nd single released by Japanese boyband Arashi. "Bittersweet" was used as the theme song for the drama Shitsuren Chocolatier starring Arashi member Jun Matsumoto. The B-side "Road to Glory" was used as the theme song for NTV's broadcasting of the 2014 Winter Olympics.


  21. Blue Bird

    Blue Bird (2006)

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    "Blue Bird" is the 40th single released by Ayumi Hamasaki. It was released on June 21, 2006. "Blue Bird" was Hamasaki's 15th consecutive single to top the Oricon and 27th #1 single in total. Initially planned to be a triple A-side single, it features two new songs, "Blue Bird" and "Beautiful Fighters". "Blue Bird" was the CM song for Zespri Gold Kiwifruit while "Beautiful Fighters" is featured on a Panasonic D-snap and D-dock commercial. A rearrangement of "Ladies Night", featured in her (Miss)understood album, called "Ladies Night (Another Night)" (which was featured in an earlier Panasonic Lumix commercial) is also featured on this single. A trance remix to "Blue Bird" is also on the single. On her official website, she describes "Blue Bird" as being a summer song, and "Beautiful Fighters" as being a song praising women.


  22. Bokura No Machi De

    Bokura No Machi De

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    "Bokura no Machi de" (????? in Japanese text, translates to "In Our Town") is the third overall single by the Japanese boy band KAT-TUN, and the second from their second studio album, Cartoon KAT-TUN II You. The first ballad to be released as a single, it is also the first commercially released song to not feature Jin Akanishi who took a sabbatical from the group in October 2006 to study in Los Angeles. The single was released in three editions; a regular edition with instrumental versions of the title track and a b-side, a first press limited edition with a bonus track and its instrumental version and a limited edition with the single's music video.


  23. Boys & Girls

    Boys & Girls (1999)

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    "Boys & Girls" is a song by Ayumi Hamasaki, released as her ninth single, on July 14, 1999. In addition to being Hamasaki's first Maxi single, it was also her first certified million-seller. In its first week of release on the Oricon, it ranked at number two as Ami Suzuki's "Be Together" debuted at the top spot with sales of over 300,000 copies. The following week, however, it was able to top the charts.


  24. 涙をみせないで 〜Boys Don't Cry〜

    涙をみせないで 〜Boys Don't Cry〜

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    Boys Don't Cry is a 1987 hit single for Yugoslav Italo disco duo Moulin Rouge (band), led by songwriter Matjaž Kosi.


  25. Brainstorming/Kimi Sae Ireba Nani mo Iranai

    Brainstorming/Kimi Sae Ireba Nani mo Iranai

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    "Brainstorming / Kimi Sae Ireba Nani mo Iranai" (ブレインストーミング/君さえ居れば何も要らない) is the 53rd single by the Japanese female idol group Morning Musume, released in Japan on April 17, 2013.


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