Aya ueto discography

Aya Ueto discography
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Releases
Studio albums 5
Compilation albums 2
Singles 16
Video albums 8
Music videos 18

The discography of Japanese pop singer Aya Ueto consists of five studio albums, two compilation albums, sixteen singles, eight video albums and eighteen music videos.

Albums

Studio albums

Title Album details Peak chart
positions
[1]
Sales
[2]
Ayaueto 5 54,364
Message
  • Released: March 3, 2004
  • Label: Flight Master
  • Formats: CD
6 74,934
Re.
  • Released: December 8, 2004
  • Label: Flight Master
  • Formats: CD
19 35,242
License 19 21,746
Happy Magic: Smile Project
  • Released: July 15, 2009
  • Label: Pony Canyon
  • Formats: CD, digital download
20 11,345

Compilation albums

Title Album details Peak chart
positions
[1]
Sales
[2]
Uetoayamix
  • Released: August 24, 2005
  • Label: Flight Master
  • Formats: CD, digital download
47 7,173
Best of Uetoaya: Single Collection
  • Released: September 20, 2006
  • Label: Flight Master
  • Formats: CD, digital download
5 48,073

Singles

List of singles, with selected chart positions and sales, showing year released and album name.
Title Year Peak chart positions[3] Sales[2] Album
Daily Weekly Yearly Debut Overall
"Pureness" 2002 1 4 46,140 96,350 Ayaueto
"Kizuna" 3 5 32,250 57,340
"Hello" 2003 5 10 22,994 40,555
"Message/Personal" 5 10 18,002 28,367 Message
"Kanshō/Mermaid" 7 9 26,699 39,860
"Binetsu" 7 14 15,193 24,086
"Ai no Tame ni." 2004 4 6 94 31,006 99,470
"Kaze/Okuru Kotoba" 5 8 227 21,927 44,240 Re.
"Afuresō na Ai, Daite/Namida wo Fuite" 10 10 288 18,672 33,723
"Usotsuki" 10 12 19,015 26,386
"Yume no Chikara" 2005 5 7 123 30,307 85,095 License
"Kaze wo Ukete" 12 17 332 13,938 27,277
"Egao no Mama de" 2006 8 15 9,546 12,888
"Way to Heaven" 2007 17 20 7,554 12,144 Happy Magic: Smile Project
"Namida no Niji/Save Me" 11 17 8,904 14,858
"Smile for.../Mō Ichido Dake" 2009 8 10 485 8,854 13,368
"—" denotes missing information.

Videos

Video albums

Title Album details Peak chart
positions
[4]
The Complete Ueto Aya
  • Released: December 21, 2001
  • Label: Happinet
  • Formats: DVD, VHS
Uetoaya Films Vol. 1: "Puzzle"
  • Released: February 14, 2003
  • Label: Flight Master
  • Formats: DVD, VHS
35
Ueto Aya First Live Tour Pureness 2003
  • Released: August 6, 2003
  • Label: Flight Master
  • Formats: DVD
27
Ueto Aya Clips 01
  • Released: September 18, 2003
  • Label: Flight Master
  • Formats: DVD
25
Ueto Aya Clips 02
  • Released: March 16, 2005
  • Label: Flight Master
  • Formats: DVD
57
Attack No.1 Clips
  • Released: September 21, 2005
  • Label: Flight Master
  • Formats: DVD
Ueto Aya Live Tour 2005: "Genki Hatsu Ratsū?"
  • Released: December 14, 2005
  • Label: Flight Master
  • Formats: DVD
53
Ueto Aya Best Live Tour 2007: "Never Ever"
  • Released: December 5, 2007
  • Label: Flight Master
  • Formats: DVD
34
Ueto Aya Live Event 2009: "Happy Magic: Smile Miles Milles"
  • Released: December 16, 2009
  • Label: Pony Canyon
  • Formats: DVD
45
"—" denotes items that did not chart or missing information.

Music videos

Year Title Director(s)[5]
2002 "Pureness" Takehito Kobayashi
"Kizuna"
2003 "Hello"
"Message" Hideaki Sunaga
"Kanshō"
"Binetsu" Kentarō Moriya
2004 "Ai no Tame ni." Hideaki Sunaga
"Kaze" Eiki Takahashi
"Afuresō na Ai, Daite" Tsuyoshi Inoue
"Usotsuki"
2005 "Yume no Chikara" Hideaki Sunaga
"Kaze o Ukete"
2006 "Egao no Mama de" Kensuke Kawamura
"Shimokita Ijō Harajuku Miman" Tomoyuki Suzuki
2007 "Way to Heaven" Hideaki Sunaga
"Namida no Niji" Takehito Kobayashi
2009 "Smile for..." Takeshi Shibasaki, Tomoyo Yoneda
"Smile for..." (Live Version) Tsuyoshi Inoue

References

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