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Dakara Sono Te O Hanashite
B'z
B'z
is the self-titled debut studio album by the Japanese rock duo B'z. It was released on September 21, 1988, and reached #47 on the Japanese charts.[1] The album sold 3,790 copies in its first week and eventually sold 338,360 in total.[1] The band did not tour in support of the album, because its nine songs were all the material they had at the time, and they felt it would not be a proper show with just 40 minutes of material
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Album
An album is a collection of audio recordings issued as a single item on CD, record, audio tape or another medium. Albums of recorded music were developed in the early 20th century, first as books of individual 78rpm records, then from 1948 as vinyl LP records played at ​33 1⁄3 rpm. Vinyl LPs are still issued, though in the 21st-century album sales have mostly focused on compact disc (CD) and MP3
MP3
formats. However, vinyl sales have been on the rise in recent years.[1] The audio cassette was a format used alongside vinyl from the 1970s into the first decade of the 2000s. An album may be recorded in a recording studio (fixed or mobile), in a concert venue, at home, in the field, or a mix of places. The time frame for completely recording an album varies between a few hours and several years. This process usually requires several takes with different parts recorded separately, and then brought or "mixed" together
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Wicked Beat
Wicked Beat is the second Mini-Album for the Japanese rock duo B'z. The album sold 1,111,230 copies in total, reaching #3 at Oricon.[1] Track listing[edit]I Wanna Dance Wicked Beat Style - 4:36 Komachi-Angel Red Hot Style - 4:33 Bad Communication E.Style - 7:20 Lady-Go-Round "W-40" Style - 6:01References[edit]^ B'z、さらなる記録更新へ!ニューアルバムリリース決定!v t eB'zTak Matsumoto Koshi InabaAlbumsB'z Off the Lock Break Through Risky In the Life Run The 7th Blues Loose Survive Brotherhood Eleven Green Big Machine The Circle Monster Action Magic C'mon Epic Day DinosaurEPsBad Communication Wicked Beat Mars Friends Friends IICompilations and remixesB'z TV Style Songless version B'z TV Style II Songless version B'z The Best "Pleasure" B'z The Best "Treasure" B'z The "Mixture" The Ballads: Love & B'z The Complete B'z B'z The Best "Pleasure II" B'z The Best "Ultra Pleasure" B'
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Big Machine (album)
Big Machine is the thirteenth studio album by the Japanese rock duo B'z, released on September 17, 2003. Track listing[edit]"アラクレ" [ARAKURE] – 3:25 "野性のENERGY" [Yasei no ENERGY] – 4:39 "Wake Up, Right Now" – 3:18 "儚いダイヤモンド" [Hakanai DAIYAMONDO → Hakanai Diamond] – 3:28 "I'm in love?" – 2:59 "It's Showtime!!" – 4:00 "愛と憎しみのハジマリ" [Ai to Nikushimi no Hajimari] – 4:26 "Big Machine" – 3:34 "Nightbird" – 3:56 "ブルージーな朝" [BURU-ZI- na Asa → Bluesy na Asa] – 3:57 "眩しいサイン" [Mabushii SAIN → Mabushii Sign] – 4:05 "Change the Future" - 3:56 "Roots" – 5:13Personnel[edit]Tak Matsumoto (guitar) Koshi Inaba (vocals)Additional personnelAkihito Tokunaga (bass & programming) Brian Tichy (drums) - Track 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 12 Chris Frazier (drums) - Track 10 Shane Gaalaas (drums) - Track 1, 2, 6, 8, 9, 11, 13External links[edit]B'z official Web site (in Ja
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The Circle (B'z Album)
The Circle is the fourteenth studio album by the Japanese rock duo B'z, released on April 6, 2005. Track listing[edit]"The Circle" – 1:57 "X" – 3:55 "パルス" [Parusu → Pulse] – 2:45 "愛のバクダン" [Ai no Bakudan → Love's Bomb] – 4:24 "Fly The Flag" – 3:45 "アクアブルー" [Akua Burū- → Aqua Blue] – 3:20 "睡蓮" [Suiren] – 4:11 "Sanctuary" – 3:43 "Fever" – 4:17 "白い火花" [Shiroi Hibana → White Spark] – 3:59 "イカロス" [Ikarosu → Icarus] – 3:32 "Black and White" – 4:24 "Brighter Day" – 3:57Personnel[edit]Tak Matsumoto (guitar) Koshi Inaba (vocals)Additional personnelAkihito Tokunaga (bass & programming) Brian Tichy (drums) - Track 12 Shane Gaalaas (drums and percussion)External links[edit]B'z official Web site (in Japanese)v t eB'zTak Matsumoto Koshi InabaAlbumsB'z Off the Lock Break Through Risky In the Life Run The 7th Blues Loose Survive B
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Monster (B'z Album)
Monster is the fifteenth studio album by the Japanese rock duo B'z, released on June 28, 2006. The album sold over 401,000 copies in its first week, an improvement from 2005's "The Circle"
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Magic (B'z Album)
Magic is the seventeenth studio album by the Japanese rock duo B'z, released on November 18, 2009. A limited edition was released featuring a bonus DVD with the video "Magical Backstage Tour 2009" (videos of recording sessions, live footage of their performance at Summer Sonic 09 and more).[1] It was preceded by two singles: "Ichibu to Zenbu/Dive" and "My Lonely Town." "Ichibu to Zenbu" was used as the Fuji Television
Fuji Television
drama Buzzer Beat's theme song, and "Dive" was used as a CM song for the Suzuki Swift advertising campaign.[2] The album track "Pray" served as the theme to the Japanese film Tajomaru, which was released to Japanese theaters in September 2009.[3] On the release date of the album, it was reported that another album track, "Long Time No See," would serve as the theme to Salaryman Kintaro 2, which is set to begin airing in January 2010 on TV Asahi.[4] Magic debuted at No
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Epic Day
Epic Day
Epic Day
is the nineteenth[1] studio album by the Japanese rock duo B'z. It was released on March 4, 2015, more than 3.5 years after their previous studio effort, C'mon,[2] their longest gap between studio albums
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Dinosaur (B'z Album)
Dinosaur is the twentieth studio album by the Japanese rock duo B'z. It was released on 29 November 2017.[2] It came after a hiatus in which the members released solo projects, including vocalist/lyricist Koshi Inaba's collaborative album with Stevie Salas, Chubby Groove, and guitarist/composer Tak Matsumoto's solo effort enigma and collaborative studio album with Daniel Ho
Daniel Ho
Electric Island, Acoustic Sea. It debuted at #1 at the Oricon
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Brotherhood (B'z Album)
Brotherhood is the tenth studio album by the Japanese rock duo B'z, released on July 14, 1999. "Brotherhood" debuted with over 1,019,270 copies sold and sold over 1,391,850 copies
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Friends (B'z Album)
Friends is the fourth Mini-Album for the Japanese rock duo B'z. The album sold 1,355,530 copies and reached #1 at Oricon.[1] The track "Itsuka no Merry Christmas" became extremely commercially successful, being certified by the RIAJ
RIAJ
as being downloaded 500,000+ times as a ringtone and more than 100,000 times as a full-length cellphone download, despite being released in the early 1990s and not as a single.[2] Track listing[edit]Prologue - Friends 1:48 Scene 1 - Itsuka no Merry Christmas (いつかのメリークリスマス) - 5:03 Scene 2 - Boku no Tsumi (僕の罪) - 4:19 Love is..
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Friends II
Friends II
Friends II
is the fifth Mini-Album for the Japanese rock duo B'z
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