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B'z [ビーズ] - Discography [21 Albums, 49 Singles, 5 EP's, 7 Compilations] (1988-2011)

19-02-2016, 19:15
Discography | Japanese | Rock

Title: Discography
Year Of Release: 1988-2011
Genre: Hard Rock, Pop Rock, Blues Rock
Quality: MP3 192-320 kbps
Total Time: 21 Albums, 49 Singles, 5 EP's, 7 Compilations
Total Size: 5,28 Gb

The fact that B'z are the biggest rock act in Japan and the entirety of Asia is well evidenced by their induction into the Hollywood Rock Walk -- they are the only band from Asia to get this honor. Also consider the status of duo's guitarist, Tak (Takahiro) Matsumoto, as a Gibson Signature Artist (along with the likes of B.B. King and Ace Frehley). Finally, the band's record sales speak for themselves -- B'z have sold more than 75 million records in their native country, and none of their stylistic wanderings, in which they have indulged a lot, going from dance-rock to hard rock to blues to J-pop and back, have been able to diminish their popularity.

B'z were started in 1988 by guitarist Matsumoto, who played as a session musician for popular bands TM Network and Mari Hamada and released a solo album, Thousand Wave, that was well received by critics. Matsumoto decided to pass the vocal duties to someone else and, by means of a newspaper ad, robbed the Japanese education world of an aspiring math teacher named Koshi Inaba, who became the vocalist of the newly formed duo that picked the moniker B'z. As Matsumoto explained later, they wanted to do a little alphabet play and name themselves A'z, but then decided it sounded too much like "AIDS" and settled for the next letter.

The bandmembers proved their seriousness right away, refusing to tour in support of their first album on the grounds that they didn't have enough material for the fans, and thus recording their second LP, Off the Lock, right after their eponymous debut (1988) and embarking on their first tour -- dubbed Live Gym, which became a template for all of their subsequent tours -- in 1989. Soon afterwards B'z reached the top: the single "Taiyou No Komachi Angel" from their third album, the fittingly named Break Through (1990), scored first place on the national charts and signaled the beginning of a steady tradition -- every single that B'z have released since has shot to number one. B'z, however, weren't content simply to rest on their laurels, and after their fourth album, Risky, they began their stylistic shift, moving from the poppy dance-rock of the '80s to a harder sound that first appeared on In the Life (1991) and flourished on Run (1992). That didn't damage their sales, and B'z went on experimenting, releasing a very bluesy double CD, The 7th Blues (1993), that was actually meant to "weed out" casual listeners from their fan base.

In 1995, B'z made a return to pop/rock (blended with AOR) that proved triumphant -- their eighth album, Loose, sold three million copies, and the band played a set of shows in the domes of Tokyo, Osaka, and other big cities, gathering 30,000 to 50,000 people each time. Inaba also managed to sneak a solo album into the schedule, released in 1997 to a huge success -- a feat that both bandmembers would since repeat every few years. After that, B'z had no need to support their popularity for a while -- they took their time in 1998-1999 to work on solo projects (Matsumoto's Knockin' "T" Around featured the 1999 Formula One theme song), while their best-of collections Treasure and Pleasure were crushing sales records in Japan. Their next album, Brotherhood, was out in 1990, and its follow-up, Eleven, was released the next year after a number of gigs including a Budokan stint, with the following promo tour not limited to Japan, but also featuring successful shows in Taiwan and Hong Kong.

The group's international expansion continued in the 2000s. In 2002, B'z played together with Aerosmith in the Japan/South Korea World Cup soccer festivities; their lineup for the tour promoting their 12th album, Green (2001), featured Billy Sheehan (former Mr. Big bass player) and drummer Shane Gaalaas, and the tour itself had a number of U.S. dates in which they opened for Aerosmith. B'z returned to America in 2003 with another album (Big Machine, 2003), touring the U.S. and Canadian West Coast, and in 2004 a Matsumoto solo effort was released in Europe as well as Japan. Still, B'z mainly stuck to their homeland, and with good reason, since their mid-2000s efforts -- The Circle (2005), Monster (2006), and Action (2007) -- enjoyed steady success, their live shows still sold out domes, and tours gathered audiences of hundreds of thousands. In 2007, right before their 20th anniversary, B'z truly attained their international certificate of success, becoming the first-ever Asian inductees into Hollywood's Rock Walk on Sunset Boulevard, owing this to the recommendation of Steve Vai, with whom they also toured in Japan.

Albums (320 kbps)
1988.09.21 - B'z
1989.05.21 - OFF THE LOCK
1990.02.21 - BREAK THROUGH
1990.11.07 - RISKY
1991.11.27 - IN THE LIFE
1992.10.28 - RUN
1994.03.02 - The 7th Blues
1995.11.22 - LOOSE
1997.11.19 - SURVIVE
1999.07.14 - Brotherhood
2000.12.06 - ELEVEN
2002.07.03 - GREEN
2003.09.17 - BIG MACHINE
2005.04.06 - THE CIRCLE
2006.06.28 - MONSTER
2007.12.05 - ACTION
2009.11.18 - MAGIC
2011.07.27 - C'mon

Singles (320 kbps)
1988.09.21 - Dakara Sono te wo Hanashite
1989.05.21 - Kimi no Naka de Odoritai
1990.02.21 - LADY-GO-ROUND
1990.05.25 - BE THERE
1990.06.13 - Taiyou no Komachi Angel
1990.10.03 - Easy Come, Easy Go!
1990.10.24 - 'Itoshi Hito yo' Good Night...
1991.03.27 - LADY NAVIGATION
1991.10.30 - ALONE
1992.05.27 - BLOWIN'
1992.10.07 - ZERO
1993.03.17 - Ai no Mama ni, Wagamama ni Boku wa Kimidake wo Kizu Tsukenai
1993.06.02 - Hadashi no Megami
1994.02.09 - Don't Leave Me
1994.11.21 - MOTEL
1995.05.31 - Negai
1995.07.07 - love me, I love you
1995.10.11 - LOVE PHANTOM
1996.03.06 - Mienai Chikara ~INVISIBLE ONE~ / MOVE
1996.05.15 - Real Thing Shakes
1997.03.05 - FIREBALL
1997.07.09 - Calling
1997.10.08 - Liar! Liar!
1998.04.08 - Samayoeru Aoi Dangan
1998.07.08 - HOME
1999.06.09 - Giri Giri chop
2000.02.09 - Konya Tsuki no Mieru Oka ni
2000.05.24 - May
2000.07.12 - juice
2000.10.04 - RING
2001.03.14 - ultra soul
2001.08.08 - GOLD
2002.06.05 - Atsuki Kodou no Hate
2003.03.26 - IT'S SHOWTIME!!
2003.07.16 - Yasei no Energy
2004.05.05 - BANZAI
2004.09.01 - ARIGATO
2005.03.09 - Ai no Bakudan
2005.08.10 - OCEAN
2006.01.25 - Shoudou
2006.04.12 - Yuruginai Mono Hitotsu
2006.06.07 - SPLASH!
2007.05.09 - Eien no Tsubasa
2007.10.03 - SUPER LOVE SONG
2008.04.16 - BURN -Fumetsu no Face-
2009.08.05 - Ichibu to Zenbu / DIVE
2009.10.14 - MY LONELY TOWN
2011.04.13 - Sayonara Kizu Darake no Hibi yo
2011.06.01 - Don't Wanna Lie

EP's (320 kbps)
1990.06.21 - WICKED BEAT
1991.05.29 - MARS
1992.12.09 - FRIENDS
1996.11.25 - FRIENDS II

Compilations (320 kbps)
1998.05.20 - B'z The Best “Pleasure”
1998.09.20 - B'z The Best “Treasure”
2000.02.23 - B'z The “Mixture”
2002.12.11 - The Ballads ~Love & B'z~
2005.11.30 - B'z The Best “PleasureII”
2008.06.18 - B'z The Best “ULTRA Pleasure”
2008.09.17 - B'z The Best “ULTRA Treasure”

Other (192-320 kbps)
1992.02.19 - B'z TV Style SONGLESS VERSION (320 kbps)
1995.12.20 - B'z TV STYLE II Songless Version (320 kbps)
1997.04.26 - Flash Back -B'z Early Special Titles- (192 kbps)

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x Iria Akira x   User offline   21 February 2016 18:11

Would be lovely to have a torrent to this awesome collection, thank you in advance.

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litao   User offline   24 March 2016 15:39

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