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Single by Ayumi Hamasaki
from the album I am...
Released March 6, 2002
Format JPN CD Single
USA Digital Single [1]
Genre J-pop
Length 58:02
Label Avex Trax
Writer(s) Ayumi Hamasaki
Ayumi Hamasaki singles chronology
"A Song Is Born"
"Free & Easy"

"Daybreak" is the 25th single released by Ayumi Hamasaki on March 6, 2002. Possibly because it was recut single (meaning it was already released on an album), "Daybreak" only peaked at #2 on the Oricon charts. This is also her last single to feature multiple remixes and starting from her next single, there were only 4 – 6 tracks per single (with the exception of No Way to Say which had 7 total tracks and Rule/Sparkle which had 8 total tracks).


Commercial tie-in

The "Hal's mix" of Daybreak was used in commercials for the Lumix camera of Panasonic. Ayu appeared in the ad.


Oricon Sales Chart (Japan)

Release Chart Peak Position First Week Sales Sales Total Chart Run
6 May 2002 Oricon Daily Singles Chart 2
Oricon Weekly Singles Chart 2 113,170 copies 200,000 copies 9 Weeks
Oricon Yearly Singles Chart 57

Track listing

  1. "Daybreak" (Hal's Mix 2002)
  2. "No More Words" (Brent Mini'S Rotary Mix)
  3. "I Am..." (Night Clubbers mix)
  4. "No More Words" (Nicely Nice remix)
  5. "I Am..." (Ram's Special 11Days Mix)
  6. "No More Words" (Turn Up the Break mix)
  7. "I Am..." (Huge Fairy Tale mix)
  8. "No More Words" (Laugh & Peace Mix)
  9. "Daybreak" (Hal's Mix 2002) (Instrumental)
  10. "Opening Run" (CMJK's extended mix)

Chart positions

Chart (2002) Peak
Time in
Japan Oricon 2 9 weeks


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