Morning Musume discography

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Morning Musume discography
Studio albums 14
Compilation albums 5
Video albums 28[fn 1]
Music videos 80[fn 2]
EPs 1
Singles 63
Soundtrack albums 3
Tribute albums 1
Musical albums 3

The discography of the Japanese girl group Morning Musume consists of fourteen studio albums, five compilation albums, and sixty-three singles. Ever since its establishment in 1997, the group has experienced frequent line-up changes, and currently consists of thirteen members: Mizuki Fukumura (leader), Erina Ikuta (sub-leader), Haruna Iikubo (sub-leader), Ayumi Ishida, Masaki Sato, Haruka Kudo, Sakura Oda, Haruna Ogata, Miki Nonaka, Maria Makino, Akane Haga, Kaede Kaga and Reina Yokoyama. The group was formed by Sharam Q vocalist Tsunku, who serves as their lyricist, composer, and producer.

Beginning in January 2007, the Taiwanese label Forward Music officially began releasing Taiwanese versions of Morning Musume's releases, complete with Chinese subtitles. In March 2009, the majority of Morning Musume's music releases became available in North America as paid downloads via JapanFiles. All songs released since then have consistently been made available through JapanFiles and, in the U.S. and Canada, the iTunes Store (the same is true of many countries' iTunes music stores). JapanFiles also occasionally releases U.S. pressings of the group's CDs.

Singles[edit]

# Year Song Chart position Sales
(Oricon)
Certification[fn 3]
(sales thresholds)
Album(s)
JP First
week
Total**
Oricon
Weekly
Singles
Chart

[1]
Billboard
Japan

Hot
100
*
1997 "Ai no Tane" First Time
1 1998 "Morning Coffee" 6 95,060 200,790
2 "Summer Night Town" 4 86,670 417,330
3 "Daite Hold on Me!" 1 183,500 497,120 Second Morning
4 1999 "Memory Seishun no Hikari" 2 195,720 410,850
5 "Manatsu no Kōsen" 3 122,610 235,010
6 "Furusato" 5 102,750 170,670
7 "Love Machine" 1 241,540 1,646,630 Million [2] 3rd: Love Paradise
8 2000 "Koi no Dance Site" 2 600,860 1,229,970 Million [3]
9 "Happy Summer Wedding" 1 471,270 990,950 Million [3] Best! Morning Musume 1
10 "I Wish" 1 407,350 654,640
11 "Ren'ai Revolution 21" 2 515,490 986,040 4th Ikimasshoi!
12 2001 "The Peace!" 1 310,810 682,320 Platinum [4]
13 "Mr. Moonlight (Ai no Big Band)" 1 308,940 513,340
14 2002 "Sōda! We're Alive" 1 272,950 443,630
15 "Do It! Now" 3 180,490 312,523 Gold [5] No. 5
16 "Koko ni Iruzee!" 1 139,070 228,542 Gold [6]
17 2003 "Morning Musume no Hyokkori Hyōtanjima" 4 72,594 151,342 Gold [7][8] Best! Morning Musume 2
18 "As for One Day" 1 84,251 129,893 Gold [7][9]
19 "Shabondama" 2 98,028 151,104 Gold [7][10]
20 "Go Girl (Koi no Victory)" 4 73,884 145,340 Gold [11][12]
21 2004 "Ai Araba It's All Right" 2 78,142 108,368 Gold [13][14]
22 "Roman (My Dear Boy)" 4 67,144 87,255 Gold [15][16] Ai no Dai 6 Kan
23 "Joshi Kashimashi Monogatari" 3 58,435 91,789 Gold [17][18]
24 "Namida ga Tomaranai Hōkago" 4 50,967 65,873
25 2005 "The Manpower!!!" 4 51,421 67,860 Rainbow 7
26 "Osaka Koi no Uta" 2 46,945 59,287
27 "Iroppoi Jirettai" 4 68,009 82,200
28 "Chokkan 2 (Nogashita Sakana wa Ōkiizo!)" 4 43,535 54,428
29 2006 "Sexy Boy (Soyokaze ni Yorisotte)" 4 36,531 48,667 Sexy 8 Beat
30 "Ambitious! Yashinteki de Ii Jan" 4 37,065 47,159
31 "Aruiteru" 1 40,967 55,694 7.5 Fuyu Fuyu Morning Musume Mini!
32 2007 "Egao Yes Nude" 4 40,884 53,047 Sexy 8 Beat
33 "Kanashimi Twilight" 2 53,551 61,322 Morning Musume All Singles Complete:
10th Anniversary
34 "Onna ni Sachi Are" 2 43,364 50,812
35 "Mikan" 6 28,082 38,667 Platinum 9 Disc
36 2008 "Resonant Blue" 3 8 48,086 55,949
37 "Pepper Keibu" 3 8 38,596 46,067 Cover You
38 2009 "Naichau Kamo" 3 8 44,121 50,313 Platinum 9 Disc
39 "Shōganai Yume Oibito" 1 9 47,528 53,950 10 My Me
40 "Nanchatte Ren'ai" 2 4 54,973 70,299
41 "Kimagure Princess" 4 14 36,274 45,241
42 2010 "Onna ga Medatte Naze Ikenai" 5 16 36,169 44,035
43 "Seishun Collection" 3 13 34,122 40,865 Fantasy! Jūichi
44 "Onna to Otoko no Lullaby Game" 6 11 42,405 48,357
45 2011 "Maji Desu ka Ska!" 5 7 33,698 41,029 12, Smart
46 "Only You" 4 12 32,869 40,778
47 "Kono Chikyū no Heiwa o Honki de Negatterun Da yo! / Kare to Issho ni Omise ga Shitai!" 2 3 49,576 55,643
48 2012 "Pyocopyoco Ultra" 3 6 31,094 34,050 13 Colorful Character
49 "Ren'ai Hunter" 3 3 41,036 49,232
50 "One Two Three / The Matenrō Show" 3 3 100,598 110,475 Gold [19]
51 "Wakuteka Take a Chance" 3 3 81,682 88,977 Gold [20] The Best! ~Updated Morning Musume~
52 2013 "Help Me!!" 1 2 93,286 103,936 Gold [21]
53 "Brainstorming / Kimi Sae Ireba Nani mo Iranai" 1 2 94,037 106,680 Gold [22]
54 "Wagamama Ki no Mama Ai no Joke / Ai no Gundan" 1 2 144,061 158,915 Gold [23]
55 2014 "Egao no Kimi wa Taiyō sa / Kimi no Kawari wa Iyashinai / What is Love?" 1 4 149,361 160,798 Gold [24] 14 Shō: The Message
56 "Toki o Koe Sora o Koe / Password is 0" 1 3 119,409 132,225 Gold [25]
57 "Tiki Bun / Shabadaba Dū / Mikaeri Bijin" 2 7 135,109 142,077 Gold [26]
58 2015 "Seishun Kozo ga Naiteiru / Yūgure wa Ameagari / Ima Koko Kara"[27] 2 4 101,275 108,813 Gold [28] TBA
59 "Oh My Wish! / Sukatto My Heart / Ima Sugu Tobikomu Yūki"[29] 2 6 141,038 149,309 Gold [30]
60 "Tsumetai Kaze to Kataomoi / Endless Sky / One and Only"[31] 1 2 143,030 153,242 Gold [32]
61 2016 "Utakata Saturday Night! / The Vision / Tokyo to Iu Katasumi"[33] 2 2 113,961 121,477 Gold
62 "Sexy Cat no Enzetsu / Mukidashi de Mukiatte / Sou Janai"[34] 1 2 97,818 104,553 Gold
63 2017 "Brand New Morning / Jealousy Jealousy"[35] 2 2 79,206 82,068
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory.

* Billboard Japan Hot 100 is published since January 2008.
** These are unofficial figures obtained by adding together Oricon sales numbers for different periods of time when the single charted on Oricon.

Collaboration singles[edit]

Year Artist Song Chart position Sales
(Oricon)
Certifications[fn 3]
(sales thresholds)
Album(s)
JP First
week
Total
Oricon
Weekly
Singles
Chart

[1]
Billboard
Japan

Hot
100
2011 Hello! Project Mobekimasu "Busu ni Naranai Tetsugaku" 4 5 49,429 56,562 Petit Best 12

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Year Album details Peak chart positions Sales
(Japan)
Certifications[fn 3]
(sales thresholds)
JP TW[36]
Oricon
Weekly
Albums
Chart
Billboard
Japan

Top
Albums
1998 First Time
  • Released: July 8, 1998
  • Label: Zetima
4 310,000
1999 Second Morning
  • Released: July 28, 1999
  • Label: Zetima
3 426,620
2000 3rd: Love Paradise
  • Released: March 29, 2000
  • Label: Zetima
2 863,300 Million[3]
2002 4th Ikimasshoi!
  • Released: March 27, 2002
  • Label: Zetima
1 515,440 Platinum[37]
2003 No. 5
  • Released: March 26, 2003
  • Label: Zetima
1 175,292 Platinum[7]
2004 Ai no Dai 6 Kan
  • Released: December 8, 2004
  • Label: Zetima
7 73,333
2006 Rainbow 7
  • Released: February 15, 2006
  • Label: Zetima
7 44,714
2007 Sexy 8 Beat
  • Released: March 21, 2007
  • Label: Zetima
7 31,819
2009 Platinum 9 Disc
  • Released: March 18, 2009
  • Label: Zetima
13 13[38] 4[sa 1] 19,143
2010 10 My Me
  • Released: March 17, 2010
  • Label: Zetima
9 15[39] 5[sa 1] 16,133
Fantasy! Jūichi
  • Released: December 1, 2010
  • Label: Zetima
16 15 13,062
2011 12, Smart
  • Released: October 12, 2011
  • Label: Zetima
8 8 13,889
2012 13 Colourful Character
  • Released: September 12, 2012
  • Label: Zetima
6 5 18,760
2014 14 Shō: The Message
  • Release: October 29, 2014
  • Label: Zetima
7 30,783
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory.

* Billboard Japan Top Albums is published since January 2009

Notes
  1. ^ a b Taiwan's peak position for: Platinum 9 Disc can be found at the thirteenth week of 2009, and 10 My Me on the twelfth week of 2010.

Extended plays[edit]

Year Album details Peak chart positions Sales
(Japan)
JP
2006 7.5 Fuyu Fuyu Morning Musume Mini!
  • Released: December 13, 2006
  • Label: Zetima
14 29,645

Soundtracks[edit]

Year Album details
1998 Morning Cop: Daite Hold on Me! (with Michiyo Heike)
  • Released: September 30, 1998
  • Label: Zetima
2000 Pinch Runner
  • Released: July 5, 2000
  • Label: Zetima
2003 Koinu Dan no Monogatari (with Hello! Project Kids)
  • Released: February 14, 2003
  • Label: Zetima

Musicals[edit]

Year Album details
2001 Love Century: Yume wa Minakerya Hajimaranai
  • Released: August 1, 2001
  • Label: Zetima
2003 Edokko Chushingura
  • Released: July 2, 2003
  • Label: Zetima
2006 Ribbon no Kishi
  • Released: July 26, 2006
  • Label: Zetima
2010 Fashionable

Compilation albums[edit]

Year Album details Peak chart positions Sales
(Japan)
Certifications[fn 3]
(sales thresholds)
JP TW[36]
2001 Best! Morning Musume 1
  • Released: January 31, 2001
  • Label: Zetima
1 2,259,510 2×Million[40]
2004 Best! Morning Musume 2
  • Released: March 31, 2004
  • Label: Zetima
4 180,897 Gold[41]
2004 Early Single Box
  • Released: December 15, 2004
  • Label: Zetima
27
2007 Morning Musume All Singles Complete: 10th Anniversary
  • Released: October 24, 2007
  • Label: Zetima
6 1[ca 1] 47,130
2009 Morning Musume Zen Singles Coupling Collection
  • Released: October 7, 2009
  • Label: Zetima
9 10[ca 1] 11,464
2013 The Best! ~Updated Morning Musume~
  • Released: September 25, 2013
  • Label: Zetima
6 21,848
2014 Morning Musume '14 Coupling Collection 2
  • Released: March 12, 2014
  • Label: Zetima
15 11,827
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory.
Notes
  1. ^ a b Taiwan's peak position for:Morning Musume All Singles Complete: 10th Anniversary can be found on the forty-third week of 2007, and Morning Musume Zen Singles Coupling Collection on the forty-first week of 2009.

Tribute and cover albums[edit]

Year Album details Peak chart positions Sales
JP
2008 Cover You
  • Released: November 26, 2008
  • Label: Zetima
27 12,037

Other appearances[edit]

Year Artist Song Album details
2017 AKB48 Get you!
as Sashining Musume.
Thumbnail

Videography[edit]

Music video compilations[edit]

Year Details
2000 Eizō The Morning Musume Best 10
  • Release: June 14, 2000
  • Label: Zetima
  • Format: VHS, DVD
2002 Eizō The Morning Musume 2: Single M Clips
  • Release: December 4, 2002
  • Label: Zetima
  • Format: VHS, DVD
2005 Eizō The Morning Musume 3: Single V Clips
  • Release: March 24, 2005
  • Label: Zetima
2007 Eizō The Morning Musume 4: Single M Clips
  • Release: May 2, 2007
  • Label: Zetima
The Morning Musume All Singles Complete Zen 35 Kyoku: 10th Anniversary
  • Release: December 19, 2007
  • Label: Zetima
  • Limited release DVD with album.
2009 Eizō The Morning Musume 5: Single M Clips
  • Release: August 19, 2009
  • Label: Zetima
2011 Eizō The Morning Musume 6: Single M Clips
  • Release: April 13, 2011
  • Label: Zetima
2012 Eizō The Morning Musume 7: Single M Clips
  • Release: November 14, 2012
  • Label: Zetima

Concerts[edit]

Year Concert details
1998 Hello! First Live at Shibuya Kōkaidō
  • Release: December 12, 1998
  • Label: Zetima
  • Format: VHS, CD (December 4, 2002)
1999 Memory: Seishun no Hikari 1999.4.18
  • Release: June 30, 1999
  • Label: Zetima
  • Format: VHS, DVD (October 26, 2005)
  • Asuka Fukuda's graduation concert.
  • Format: VHS, LD, DVD
2000 Morning Musume First Live at Budōkan: Dancing Love Site 2000 Haru
2001 Morning Musume Live Revolution 21 Haru: Osaka City Hall Last Day
Green Live
  • Release: September 5, 2001
  • Label: Zetima
  • Took place after Hello! Project's 2001 athletic meet.
  • Format: DVD
2002 Love Is Alive! Morning Musume Concert Tour 2002 Haru at Saitama Super Arena
  • Release: July 31, 2002
  • Label: Zetima
  • Contains extra footage of the concert.
  • Format: VHS, DVD
Morning Musume Love is Alive! 2002 Natsu at Yokohama Arena
  • Release: November 20, 2002
  • Label: Zetima
  • Maki Goto's graduation concert.
  • Contains extra footage of the concert.
  • Format: VHS, DVD
2003 Morning Musume Concert Tour 2003 Haru Non Stop! at Saitama Super Arena
  • Release: June 25, 2003
  • Label: Zetima
  • Kei Yasuda's graduation concert.
  • Contains extra footage of the concert.
  • Format: VHS, DVD
Morning Musume Concert Tour 2003: 15nin de Non Stop!
  • Release: December 26, 2003
  • Label: Zetima
  • Contains backstage footage of the concert.
  • Format: DVD
2004 Morning Musume Concert Tour 2004 Haru "The Best of Japan"
  • Release: July 14, 2004
  • Label: Zetima
  • Format: DVD
Morning Musume Concert Tour 2004: "The Best of Japan Natsu Aki '04"
  • Release: December 8, 2004
  • Label: Zetima
  • Contains backstage footage from during the concert.
  • Format: DVD
2005 Morning Musume Concert Tour 2005 Haru: Dai 6 Kan Hit Mankai
  • Release: July 5, 2005
  • Label: Zetima
  • Rika Ishikawa's graduation concert.
  • Contains extra footage of the concert.
  • Format: DVD
Concert Tour 2005 Natsu Aki Baribari Kyōshitsu: "Koharu-chan Irasshai!"
  • Release: December 14, 2005
  • Label: Zetima
  • Contains extra footage of the concert.
  • Format: DVD
2006 Morning Musume Concert Tour 2006 Haru: Rainbow Seven
  • Release: July 19, 2006
  • Label: Zetima
  • Format: DVD
Morning Musume Concert Tour 2006 Aki: Odore! Morning Curry
  • Release: December 27, 2006
  • Label: Zetima
  • Contains extra footage of the concert.
  • Format: DVD
2007 Morning Musume Concert Tour 2007 Spring: Sexy 8 Beat
Morning Musume Concert Tour 2007 Aki: Bon Kyu! Bon Kyu! Bomb
  • Release: February 14, 2008
  • Label: Zetima
  • Format: DVD
2008 Morning Musume Concert Tour 2008 Haru: Single Daizenshū
  • Release: June 30, 2008
  • Label: Zetima
  • Format: DVD
Morning Musume Concert Tour 2008 Aki: Resonant Live
  • Release: January 28, 2009
  • Label: Zetima
  • Contains several alternative performance of the concert.
  • Format: DVD
2009 Morning Musume Concert Tour 2009 Spring: Platinum 9 Disco
  • Release: July 15, 2009
  • Label: Zetima
  • Format: DVD
Morning Musume Yomiuri Land East Live 2009
  • Release: January 20, 2010
  • Label: Zetima
  • Format: DVD
Morning Musume Concert Tour 2009 Aki: Nine Smile
2010 Morning Musume Concert Tour 2010 Haru: Pika Pika!
  • Label: Zetima
  • Format: DVD (July 14, 2010), Blu-ray disc (October 27, 2010)
Morning Musume Concert Tour 2010 Aki: Rival Survival
2011 Morning Musume Concert Tour 2011 Haru: Sin Souseiki Fantasy DX ~9-Ki Men Wo Mukaete-~!
  • Label: Zetima
  • Format: DVD (July 27, 2011), Blu-ray disc (August 17, 2011)
Morning Musume Concert Tour 2011 Haru: Aki Ai Believe ~Takahashi Ai Sotsugyou Kinen Special~
  • Label: Zetima
  • Takahashi Ai's Graduation Concert.
  • Format: DVD ( December 28, 2011), Blu-ray disc ( December 28, 2011)
2012 Morning Musume Concert Tour 2011 Haru: ~Ultra Smart~ Niigaki Risa Mitsui Aika Sotsugyou Special
2013 Morning Musume Tanjou 15 Shuunen Kinen Concert Tour 2012 Aki ~Colorful Character~
  • Label: Zetima
  • Format: DVD (March 13, 2013), Blu-ray disc ( March 13, 2013)

Music videos[edit]

Releases under alternate names[edit]

Year Title Director(s) References
1997 "Ai no Tane" Hideta Takahata [42]
1998 "Morning Coffee"
"Summer Night Town"
"Daite Hold on Me!"
1999 "Memory Seishun no Hikari"
"Manatsu no Kōsen"
"Furusato"
"Love Machine"
2000 "Koi no Dance Site"
"Happy Summer Wedding" Tetsuo Inoue
"I Wish" Mayumi Miyasaka
"Ren'ai Revolution 21" Takashi Tadokoro
2001 "The Peace!" Wataru Takeishi
"Mr. Moonlight: Ai no Big Band"
2002 "Sōda! We're Alive"
"Morning Musume Single Medley: Hawaiian"
(with Boo Takagi, Coconuts Musume, Miki Fujimoto, and Rika Ishii)
"Do It! Now" Wataru Takeishi
"Koko ni Iruzee!" Hideo Kawatani
2003 "Ganbacchae!"
"Hey! Mirai" Kensuke Kawamura
"Morning Musume no Hyokkori Hyōtanjima" Hideo Kawatani
"As for One Day" Wataru Takeishi
"Shabondama"
"Go Girl (Koi no Victory)" Hideo Kawatani
2004 "Ai Araba It's All Right" Takeshi Sueda
"Roman (My Dear Boy)" Tetsuo Inoue
"Joshi Kashimashi Monogatari" Wataru Takeishi
"Namida ga Tomaranai Hōkago"
2005 "The Manpower!!!"
"Osaka Koi no Uta"
"Iroppoi Jirettai" Makoto Hasegawa
"Chokkan 2 (Nogashita Sakana wa Ōkiizo!)"
"Koi wa Hassō Do the Hustle!"
2006 "Sexy Boy (Soyokaze ni Yorisotte)"
"Ambitious! Yashinteki de Ii Jan" Wataru Takeishi
"Aruiteru" Hideo Kawatani
2007 "Egao Yes Nude"
"Kanashimi Twilight" Makoto Hasegawa
"Onna ni Sachi Are"
"Mikan"
2008 "Resonant Blue"
"Pepper Keibu" Takashi Tadokoro
2009 "Naichau Kamo" Hideo Kawatani
"Shōganai Yume Oibito" Toshiyuki Suzuki
"3, 2, 1, Breaking Out" Masaki Takehisa
"Nanchatte Renai"
"Kimagure Princess" Toshiyuki Suzuki [43]
2010 "Onna ga Medatte Naze Ikenai"
"Genki PikaPika"
"Seishun Collection" Hideaki Sunaga [44]
"Onna to Otoko no Lullaby Game" Tsuyoshi Inoue [45]
2011 "Maji Desu ka Ska!" Takatoshi Uchiya [46]
"Only you" Masaharu Kitahira [47]
"Kono Chikyuu no Heiwa wo Honki de Negatterun da yo! / Kare to Issho ni Omise ga Shitai" Masaki Takehisa [48]
2012 "Pyoco Pyoco Ultra" [49]
"Ren'ai Hunter" Shin Hasegawa [50]
"One Two Three" Hiroshi Mashima [51]
"The Matenrō Show" (Dance Shot)
"Wakuteka Take a Chance"
2013 "Help Me!!" Takeki Kitajima [52]
"Brainstorming"
"Kimi Sae Ireba Nani mo Iranai"
"Wagamama Ki no Mama Ai no Joke"
"Ai no Gundan"
"Egao no Kimi wa Taiyou sa"
2014 "What Is Love?"
"Kimi no Kawari wa Iyashinai"
"Toki wo Koe Sora wo Koe"
"Password Is 0"
"Tiki Bun"
"Mikaeri Bijin"
2015 "Ima Koko Kara"
"Seishun Kozou ga Naiteiru"
"Yuugure wa Ameagari"
"Oh My Wish!"
"Sukatto My Heart"
"Ima Sugu Tobikomu Yuuki"
"One and Only"
"Endless Sky"
"Tsumetai Kaze to Kataomoi"
2016 "Tokyo to Iu Katasumi"
"The Vision"
"Utakata Saturday Night!"
"Mukidashi De Mukiatte"
"Sexy Cat no Enzetsu"
"Sou Janai"
2017 "Morning Miso Soup"
"Brand New Morning"
"Jealousy Jealousy"
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Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ This includes the music video compilation albums and concert DVDs.
  2. ^ This does not include the alternate versions of some music videos.
  3. ^ a b c d Certifications stated came from the Recording Industry Association of Japan database.

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