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Daikirai
Daikirai-r
Single by Heike Michiyo
from album For ourself ~Single History~
Native title ダイキライ
Released July 1, 1998
Genre J-Pop
Format CD single
Length 13:50
Label Warner Music Japan
Producer Sharam Q
Heike Michiyo Singles Chronology
Previous Sotsugyou ~TOP OF THE WORLD~ 2nd single (1998)
Next Dakedo Aishisugite 4th single (1998)

Daikirai (ダイキライ; I Hate You) is the 3rd single by Heike Michiyo, released on July 1, 1998. The single reached #50 on the weekly Oricon charts and charted for two weeks. The single sold a total of 8,680 copies.

The music video for "Daikirai" appears on Petit Best DVD. "Daikirai" also appears on her second album For ourself ~Single History~ and the compilation album Petit Best ~Ki Ao Aka~.

TracklistEdit

Heike Michiyo - Daikirai (MV)04:38

Heike Michiyo - Daikirai (MV)

Daikirai

  1. Daikirai
  2. Fall the rain
  3. Daikirai (Original Karaoke)

Single InformationEdit

  1. Daikirai
  2. Fall the rain

Concert PerformancesEdit

Daikirai

TriviaEdit

  • The title song, Daikirai, was used as an ending theme for the TV Tokyo variety show 64 Mario Stadium.

External LinksEdit


Heike Michiyo
Singles
Major: 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11
Indies: 01, 02
Albums
Original: Teenage Dream
Best: For ourself ~Single History~
Indies: JECICA, Koimizuki, Fantasia
Soundtrack: Morning Cop ~Daite HOLD ON ME!~
Participated Units
Kiiro 5, 7nin Matsuri, Sexy 8

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