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UZA

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Single by AKB48
Type A Cover


20121010 akb48 uza typek

Single by AKB48
Type K Cover

20121010 akb48 uza typeb

Single by AKB48
Type B Cover

Released: October 31, 2012
Genre: J-Pop
Format: CD Single, CD+DVD
Label: You, Be Cool!/KING RECORDS
Producer: Akimoto Yasushi
Theater Edition
Uzatheater
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27th Single
(2012)
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29th Single
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【PV】UZA -Dance ver04:49

【PV】UZA -Dance ver.- AKB48 公式

UZA FULL (Dance Version)

"UZA" is the 28th major single (30th overall) released by AKB48. It was released in seven versions: three regular CD+DVD editions (types A, K, and B), three limited CD+DVD editions (types A, K, and B), and a limited CD-only theater edition. The regular editions came with a national handshake event ticket and came with one of thirty-two photos, and the theater edition came with a large handshake event ticket and random photo.

Tracklist

Type A

CD
  1. UZA
  2. Tsugi no Season (次のSeason)
  3. Kodoku na Hoshizora (孤独な星空) (New Team A)
  4. UZA off vocal ver.
  5. Tsugi no Season off vocal ver.
  6. Kodoku na Hoshizora off vocal ver.
DVD
  1. UZA Music Video
  2. UZA Music Video -Dance ver.-
  3. Tsugi no Season Music Video
  4. Kodoku na Hoshizora Music Video
  5. Gingham Check Music Video ~Takahashi Eiki Directing ver.~ (ギンガムチェック Music Video ~高橋栄樹監督ver.~)


Type K

CD
  1. UZA
  2. Tsugi no Season (次のSeason)
  3. Scrap & Build (スクラップ&ビルド) (New Team K)
  4. UZA off vocal ver.
  5. Tsugi no Season off vocal ver.
  6. Scrap & Build off vocal ver.
DVD
  1. UZA Music Video
  2. UZA Music Video -Dance ver.-
  3. Tsugi no Season Music Video
  4. Scrap & Build Music Video
  5. Gingham Check Music Video ~Takahashi Eiki Directing ver.~ (ギンガムチェック Music Video ~高橋栄樹監督ver.~)


Type B

CD
  1. UZA
  2. Tsugi no Season (次のSeason)
  3. Seigi no Mikata ja Nai Hero (正義の味方じゃないヒーロー) (New Team B)
  4. UZA off vocal ver.
  5. Tsugi no Season off vocal ver.
  6. Seigi no Mikata ja Nai Hero off vocal ver.
DVD
  1. UZA Music Video
  2. UZA Music Video -Dance ver.-
  3. Tsugi no Season Music Video
  4. Seigi no Mikata ja Nai Hero Music Video
  5. Gingham Check Music Video ~Takahashi Eiki Directing ver.~ (ギンガムチェック Music Video ~高橋栄樹監督ver.~)


Theater Edition

  1. UZA
  2. Tsugi no Season (次のSeason)
  3. Otona e no Michi(大人への道) (AKB48 Kenkyuusei)
  4. UZA off vocal ver.
  5. Tsugi no Season off vocal ver.
  6. Otona e no Michi off vocal ver.


Selected Members

AKB48 - UZA (promo)

AKB48 Promoting Single

"UZA"

Senbatsu (選抜) (16 Members) (Oshima Yuko and Matsui Jurina Centers)

"Tsugi no Season"

Undergirls (アンダーガールズ) (16 Members)

"Kodoku na Hoshizora"

Team A (チームA) (22 Members)

"Scrap & Build"

Team K (チームK) (22 Members)

"Seigi no Mikata Janai Hero"

Team B (チームB) (23 Members)

"Otona he no Michi"

AKB48 Kenkyuusei (AKB48研究生) (19 Members)

TV Performances

  • [2012.09.24] HEY! HEY! HEY! Music Champ
  • [2012.10.26] Music Station
  • [2012.10.28] Music Japan
  • [2012.11.02] Happy Music
  • [2012.11.09] Music Station
  • [2012.12.25] Kayou Kyoku
  • [2012.12.31] 63rd Kohaku Uta Gassen
  • [2013.05.27] SMAPXSMAP

Song Information

Lyrics
Akimoto Yasushi
Music
Inoue Yoshimasa
Other Information
Arrangement: Inoue Yoshimasa

Oricon Chart Positions

MonTueWedThuFriSatSunWeek RankSales
- #1
884,602
#1
92,720
#1
44,336
#1
25,066
#1
24,090
#1
18,236
#1 1,128,696
#1
9,651
#5 #4 #3
4,166
#2
4,070
#2
5,366
#1
5,240
#3 45,177
#2
3,372
#11 #9 #6 #7 #5 #7 #7 18,008
#3
1,485
#22 #22 #12 #11 #12 #14 #15 11,009
#7 #26 #19 #13 #12 #16 #14 #16 7,308
#6 #26 #18 #20 #20 #18 #15 #20 4,881
#9 #24 #22 #22 #19 #13 #15 #20 4,241
#11 #20 #25 #20 #18 #13 #13 #20 3,855
#9 - - - - - x x,xxx
- - - - - - - x x,xxx
YearMonthMonth RankSales
2012 October 1 1,128,696
2012 November 9 81,502
2012 December 28 17,805

Total Reported Sales: 1,262,707*
Total Sales of 2012: 1,215,079 (#4 single of the year)
Total Sales of 2013: 47,628*

Total Charting Weeks: 27

  • 15th consecutive single to debut at #1 in the Weekly Oricon rankings.

Trivia

  • The first single that did not feature Maeda Atsuko, who had been a top member of AKB48 since the group was created.
  • Watanabe Mayu was originally supposed to be center with Matsui Jurina. Because of the difficult choreography, the double center was changed to Matsui Jurina and Oshima Yuko.

Slideshow

UZA

  • Oshima Yuko
  • Matsui Jurina
  • Watanabe Mayu
  • Takahashi Minami
  • Kashiwagi Yuki
  • Shinoda Mariko
  • Matsui Rena
  • Itano Tomomi
  • Yamamoto Sayaka
  • Yokoyama Yui
  • Kojima Haruna
  • Shimazaki Haruka
  • Minegishi Minami
  • Watanabe Miyuki
  • Sashihara Rino
  • Miyawaki Sakura

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