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Remix album by Aya Ueto
Released August 24, 2005 (2005-08-24)
Recorded 2002–2005
Genre Pop, dance, house, jazz house, reggae
Length 44:11
Label Flight Master
Producer Gorō Kumagai
Aya Ueto chronology

Uetoayamix is a remix album by Japanese pop singer Aya Ueto. It was released on August 24, 2005 on Flight Master.


The album was initially scheduled for release on March 2, 2005 but was eventually postponed. The original plans to include a bonus DVD and 20-page booklet were also scrapped. Two remixes found on the early track listing, "Pureness (Next Evidence Mix)" and "Namida wo Fuite (Steph Pockets Mix)" also went unreleased.

Chart performance[edit]

Uetoayamix peaked at #30 on the Oricon Daily Albums Chart and debuted at #47 on the Weekly Albums Chart with 5,980 copies sold. The album charted for a total of two weeks and sold over 7,000 copies.[1][2][3]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Remixer(s) Length
1. "Afuresō na Ai, Daite (DJ Tasaka Remix)" DJ Tasaka 5:43
2. "Ai no Tame ni. (Cloudberry Jam Remix)" Cloudberry Jam 4:00
3. "Kaze (Home Grown Remix)" Home Grown 3:22
4. "Hello (Reggae Disco Rockers Remix)" Reggae Disco Rockers 5:11
5. "Usotsuki (Jazztronik Remix)" Jazztronik 5:35
6. "Message (Incognito Remix)" Incognito 5:52
7. "Binetsu (DJ Watarai Remix)" DJ Watarai 3:54
8. "Ano Hito ni Aitai (Towa Tei Remix)" (あの人に会いたい I Want to See that Person) Towa Tei 4:45
9. "Ai no Tame ni. (Kreva Remix)" Kreva 5:22
Total length: 44:11

Charts and sales[edit]

Chart (2005) Peak
Japan Oricon Daily Albums Chart[1] 30 7,173[3]
Japan Oricon Weekly Albums Chart[2] 47


  1. ^ a b Oricon (2005-08-24). うっきーのチャートチェック (in Japanese). Star-Blog. Retrieved 2011-01-23. 
  2. ^ a b Oricon. "上戸彩のCDアルバムランキング、上戸彩のプロフィールならオリコン芸能人事典-ORICON STYLE". Oricon (in Japanese). Oricon. Retrieved 2011-01-22. 
  3. ^ a b Oricon (2011-01-21). "ポニーキャニオン@売上データ補完スレ - 売上スレ避難所@JBBS掲示板" (in Japanese). JBBS Live Door. Retrieved 2011-01-22.