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Ayumi Hamasaki: The Queen of J-pop and Her Complete Discography


Ayumi Hamasaki is one of the most famous and influential female singers from Japan. She debuted in 1998 with the single "Poker Face" and has since released 18 studio albums, 5 compilation albums, 26 remix albums, 4 live albums and numerous singles and promotional singles. She has sold over 50 million records worldwide and is recognized as one of the best-selling Japanese artists of all time. She is also known for her distinctive fashion style, her constant image changes and her involvement in the production of her music.


In this article, we will take a look at her complete discography, from her debut album A Song for ÃÃ (1999) to her latest release ayumi hamasaki 25th anniversary LIVE (2023). We will also highlight some of her most popular and acclaimed songs, as well as some of her rare and special releases.


A Song for ÃÃ (1999)


This is Hamasaki's debut album, released on January 1, 1999. It reached number one on the Oricon albums chart and sold over 1.6 million copies. The album contains 10 tracks, including the singles "Poker Face", "You", "Trust" and "Depend on You". The album showcases Hamasaki's early style of pop-rock music, with influences from dance and techno. The album received positive reviews from critics, who praised Hamasaki's vocals, lyrics and personality.


Loveppears (1999)


This is Hamasaki's second album, released on November 10, 1999. It also reached number one on the Oricon albums chart and sold over 2.6 million copies. The album contains 18 tracks, including the singles "For My Dear...", "Whatever", "Love Destiny", "To Be" and "Boys & Girls". The album marked a shift in Hamasaki's musical direction, incorporating more elements of trance, eurobeat and house music. The album also featured more mature and emotional themes in the lyrics, reflecting Hamasaki's personal growth. The album received critical acclaim from critics, who hailed it as a masterpiece of J-pop.


Duty (2000)


This is Hamasaki's third album, released on September 27, 2000. It also reached number one on the Oricon albums chart and sold over 2.9 million copies. The album contains 14 tracks, including the singles "Vogue", "Far Away", "Seasons" and "Surreal". The album continued Hamasaki's exploration of electronic music genres, such as drum and bass, breakbeat and ambient. The album also dealt with darker and more complex topics in the lyrics, such as loneliness, isolation and social pressure. The album received mixed reviews from critics, who praised Hamasaki's musical experimentation but criticized her vocal performance.


I Am... (2002)


This is Hamasaki's fourth album, released on January 1, 2002. It also reached number one on the Oricon albums chart and sold over 2.4 million copies. The album contains 15 tracks, including the singles "M", "Evolution", "Never Ever" and "Unite!". The album was influenced by the September 11 attacks in the United States, which prompted Hamasaki to express her views on peace, love and humanity in her music. The album featured more acoustic and organic sounds, as well as elements of rock, folk and gospel music. The album received positive reviews from critics, who applauded Hamasaki's message and musical diversity.


Rainbow (2002)


This is Hamasaki's fifth album, released on December 18, 2002. It also reached number one on the Oricon albums chart and sold over 1.9 million copies. The album contains 13 tracks, including the singles "Free & Easy", "H", "Voyage" and "Ourselves". The album was a continuation of Hamasaki's previous album I Am..., with similar themes and musical styles. The album also featured more collaborations with other artists and producers, such as D.A.I., CMJK and HAL. The album received favorable reviews from critics, who praised Hamasaki 061ffe29dd






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