First/Dreams Come True

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"First" / "Dreams Come True"
CD Only cover
Single by 4minute
from the album Diamond and Best of 4Minute
B-side "Highlight"
Released October 27, 2010 (2010-10-27)
(see release history)
Format Digital Download, CD single
Recorded 2010
Genre Dance-Pop, electropop
Length 3:31 (FIRST)
3:21 (Dreams Come True)
Label Cube Entertainment
Far Eastern Tribe Records
4minute Japanese singles chronology
"I My Me Mine"
(2010)
"First/Dreams Come True"
(2010)
"WHY"
(2011)

"First" / "Dreams Come True" is the third Japanese single by 4minute. It is also their first double A-side single. It was released in Japan on October 27, 2010 in three different versions: two CD + DVD versions and a CD only version. A Korean version of the song "First" was included on the group's first Korean album 4minutes Left. In first week, the single debuted in #28 on Oricon Weekly chart with 4,039 copies sold. In total, the single sold 6,097 copies physically. "First" was included on the album Diamond and "Dreams Come True" was only included on the compilation album Best of 4Minute.

Tracklist[edit]

Type A, B and CD Only:
No. Title Length
1. "FIRST"   3:31
2. "Dreams Come True" (Japanese Version) 3:21
3. "Highlight"   3:28
4. "FIRST" (Instrumental) 3:31
5. "Dreams Come True" (Instrumental) 3:20
Total length:
17:14

Charts[edit]

Released Oricon Chart Weekly Peak Debut Sales Sales Total Chart Run
October 27, 2010 Daily Singles Chart 18 4,039 6,097 4 weeks
Weekly Singles Chart 28[1]

Other charts[edit]

Chart (2010) Peak
position
South Korea Gaon albums chart[2] 26
South Korea Gaon International albums chart[2] 4

Release history[edit]

Country Date Format Label
Japan October 27, 2010 Digital download, CD Far Eastern Tribe Records
Cube Entertainment
South Korea December 21, 2010

References[edit]

  1. ^ "CDシングル 週間ランキング-ORICON STYLE ランキング (Oricon Weekly Singles chart for November 8)" (in Japanese). Oricon. Retrieved September 11, 2011. 
  2. ^ a b "Gaon Search - 4minute" (in Korean). Gaon. Retrieved September 11, 2011. 

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