Break Out! (Tohoshinki song)

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"Break Out!"
Break Out Cover.jpg
Single by Tohoshinki
from the album Best Selection 2010
B-side "Xiahtic" (Junsu solo)
Released January 27, 2010 (2010-01-27)
Format CD single, digital download
Recorded 2009
Genre Pop, dance-pop
Label Rhythm Zone
Producer(s) Max Matsuura
Tohoshinki singles chronology
"Stand by U"
(2009)
"Break Out!"
(2010)
"Toki o Tomete"
(2010)

"Break Out!" is a Japanese-language song by Tohoshinki. It was the group's 29th Japanese single, released in Japan on January 27, 2010 by Avex Group's sublabel Rhythm Zone. It was later included in their first Japanese compilation album, Best Selection 2010. It was used as the drama Tomehane! Suzuri Kōkō Shodōbu 's theme song.[1] The single debuted on top of the Oricon daily chart with 169,842 copies sold.[2] Altogether it sold 255,917 copies, topping the monthly chart as well, first time in the band's history. It also broke the previous record for a single of most copies sold in the first week of release held by Elton John.[1]

Track listing[edit]

CD only version[edit]

CD[edit]

  1. "Break Out!" (3:59)
  2. "Xiahtic" (Junsu solo) (4:30)
  3. "Break Out!" -New Jack Swing mix- (4:45)
  4. "Break Out!" (Less Vocal) (3:58)
  5. "Xiahtic" (Junsu solo) (Less Vocal) (4:28)

CD + DVD (first press edition version)[edit]

CD[edit]

  1. "Break Out!" (3:59)
  2. "Xiahtic" (Junsu solo) (4:30)
  3. "Break Out!" (Less Vocal) (3:58)
  4. "Xiahtic" (Junsu solo) (Less Vocal) (4:28)

DVD[edit]

  1. "Break Out!" (PV)
  2. "Break Out!" Offshoot movie

CD + DVD version[edit]

CD[edit]

  1. "Break Out!" (3:59)
  2. "Xiahtic" (Junsu solo) (4:30)
  3. "Break Out!" (Less Vocal) (3:58)
  4. "Xiahtic" (Junsu solo) (Less Vocal) (4:28)

DVD[edit]

  1. "Break Out!" (PV)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "TVXQ breaks records on Japan's Oricon chart". Manila Bulletin. 4 February 2010. Retrieved 3 January 2013. 
  2. ^ "TVXQ Breaks out on the Oricon". Allkpop. 27 January 2010. Retrieved 3 January 2013. 

Charts, peaks and certifications[edit]

Chart procession and succession[edit]

Preceded by
"Gloria" by Yui
Oricon Weekly number one single
February 8, 2010
Succeeded by
"Modorenai Ashita" by Aiko