Vogue (Ayumi Hamasaki song)

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This article is about the Ayumi Hamasaki song. For other uses, see Vogue.
Single by Ayumi Hamasaki
from the album Duty
B-side "Ever Free"
Released April 26, 2000
Format JPN CD Single
USA Digital Single [1]
Genre J-pop
Length 55:10
Label Avex Trax
Writer(s) Ayumi Hamasaki (lyrics)
Kazuhito Kikuchi (music)
DAI (music)
Producer(s) Max Matsuura
Ayumi Hamasaki singles chronology
"Fly High"
"Far Away"

"Vogue" is the fourteenth single released by Ayumi Hamasaki on April 26, 2000. It was Hamasaki's first song to feature on her first Kose Visee commercial. Entering at number three on the Oricon charts, the single was very successful, selling over 350,000 copies in its first week and over 760,000 copies to date. It featured a B-side, rare for Hamasaki.

Music video[edit]

The music video for vogue was directed by Takeishi Wataru. It's the first part of the "vogue/Far away/SEASONS" trilogy PV. The vogue part shows two children in a post-apocalyptic world finding a sketchbook buried underground. The sketches show Hamasaki singing the song.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Vogue"
  2. "Vogue" (Hal'S Mix 2000)
  3. "Too Late" (Soul Solution Remix -Extended Vox-)
  4. "Vogue" (Dub's mellowtech Remix)
  5. "Vogue" (Groove That Soul Mix)
  6. "Vogue" (400Bpm Fatback Mix)
  7. "Whatever" (FPM's Winter Bossa)
  8. "Vogue" (Pandart Sasanooha Mix)
  9. "Vogue" (Instrumental)
  10. "Ever Free"
  • The song "Ever Free" only appeared on the Vogue single, not appearing on any of her albums.


Oricon Sales Chart (Japan)

Release Chart Peak Position First Week Sales Sales Total Chart Run
April 26, 2000 Oricon Daily Singles Chart 1
Oricon Weekly Singles Chart 3 351,740 767,660 17
Oricon Yearly Singles Chart 23
  • Total Sales : 767,660 (Japan)
  • RIAJ certification: 3x Platinum

Live performance[edit]

  • October 2, 2000 - SMAPxSMAP - Vogue
  • December 2, 2000 - Digital Dream Live - Vogue
  • December 30, 2000 - Countdown TV - Vogue
  • December 31, 2000 - Japan Record Awards - Vogue


  1. ^ "iTunes - Music - Ayumi Hamasaki". Phobos.apple.com. 1978-10-02. Retrieved 2012-03-13. 

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