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Every B’z Single & Album Now Streaming WORLDWIDE on Spotify & More!

Posted on May 21, 2021
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It’s been a long wait, but B’z fans everywhere have reason to celebrate today: Virtually the entire catalogue of Japan’s best-selling rock band is now streaming worldwide on Spotify, Apple Music, and YouTube Music! *Please note active subscriptions are required to listen to the full catalogue on the latter services. And not only can you hear every B’z single and album, but you can also explore the solo works of Koshi Inaba and Tak Matsumoto at your leisure!

Please note that applicable song titles are shown in Japanese, but you can see romanized and translated versions on various B’z Wiki pages, including the Lyrics & Translations page, the B’z singles page, the B’z albums page, and elsewhere!

Also feel free to share any playlists you come up with in the comments!

Stream B’z on Spotify here!

Stream Koshi Inaba’s solo works here!

Stream Tak Matsumoto’s solo works here!


Here’s what you can find streaming now:

An all-new song! With this streaming debut comes the studio version of “Kimi to Nara” (previously only heard live during B’z LIVE-GYM 2019 -Whole Lotta NEW LOVE-)

・All 53 singles and their B-sides (from 1988’s “Dakara Sono Te wo Hanashite” through “Seimei/Still Alive“)

・All 21 studio albums (the self-titled debut through NEW LOVE)

・The self-titled 2012 English album featuring five English reversions of classic B’z songs

・All 9 compilation albums (from 1998’s B’z The Best “Pleasure” to B’z The Best XXV 1999-2012)

・All 5 mini-albums (from BAD COMMUNICATION to FRIENDS II)


As for what you won’t find streaming on Spotify or for purchase on any other digital stores:

・Just like the Japanese iTunes, some special versions of songs & hidden tracks are not available for streaming. This includes the short acoustic demo of “HOME” found at the end of “RUN -1998 style-” at the end of B’z The Best “Treasure”, the hidden track “spirit loose II” at the end of LOOSE, and the dance version of “Itsuka no Merry Christmas” at the end of The Ballads ~Love & B’z~.

・The 2007 International EP is again not available for purchase or streaming and hasn’t been since 2012. However, the English version of “Home” released here can still be heard on B’z The Best “ULTRA Treasure”.

・The bonus tracks from The Complete B’z (a Japanese iTunes exclusive collection from 2005) remain missing and also have not been available since 2012.

・Both the first and second volumes of the vocal-less karaoke collections released in 1992 and 1996. Special karaoke reversions, and limited versions of songs found on limited prints of certain singles, are also not included.

・Some obsolete releases for which all tracks are gathered elsewhere. For example, the digital singles that would later be gathered as B-sides on the “Seimei/Still Alive” single.

・The studio version of “HINOTORI” released only as a bonus with B’z LIVE-GYM Pleasure 2018 -HINOTORI-.


B’z have also posted a preview of a few songs you can now stream, from a never-before-seen studio performance!


* While it is confirmed that the catalogue is currently streaming on Spotify in every market as of May 21, 2021 midnight local time, availability may vary for other streaming services.

「B’z SHOWCASE 2020 -5 ERAS 8820-」Online Concerts Announced

Posted on September 13, 2020
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B’z have this week announced their online concert event 「B’z SHOWCASE 2020 -5 ERAS 8820-」. This will be the first full online event to take place without an audience for the band. As indicated by the title, the online concert event will be a series of 5 concerts — each dedicated to one of 5 eras of B’z past career. To make that happen, B’z has teamed up with several Japanese streaming services such as “pia live stream”, “LINE live” and “GYAO!”. A “ticket” to view the concerts costs 3500 Japanese Yen.

A special package for the concerts is available to B’z PARTY fanclub members. Before each show, a special interview with the band will be streamed.

In a message to fans that has been posted on the website, B’z share some thoughts on the event. Originally, the SHOWCASE was planned to be an actual concert taking place at the newly opened Zepp Haneda in Tokyo. However, given the current situation, this was not possible. They also promised that the set list for each show will be entirely different. Tak indicated that he now has to practice 80 songs — quite a challenge. Each concert will feature songs specific to that era.

On the supporting staff, B’z have resorted to sticking with previous Japanese support members — making this the first time in a while that B’z has performed with all Japanese support members.

Schedule

DAY 1 — October 31, 2020 // OPEN: 18:00 START: 19:00
DAY 2 — November 7, 2020 // OPEN: 18:00 START: 19:00
DAY 3 — November 14, 2020 // OPEN: 18:00 START: 19:00
DAY 4 — November 21, 2020 // OPEN: 18:00 START: 19:00
DAY 5 — November 28, 2020 // OPEN: 18:00 START: 19:00

*NOTE: “OPEN” indicates the time the live stream channel is opened.
*NOTE2: The events will NOT be live. Pre-recorded performances are streamed on the respective date and time.

Support Members

Day1, Day2, Day5Takanobu Masuda (Keyboards), Yoshinobu Ohga (Guitar), Ikkoh Tanaka (Drums), Akihito Tokunaga (Bass)
Day3, Day4: Takanobu Masuda (Keyboards), Yoshinobu Ohga (Guitar), Kaichi Kurose (Drums), Showtaro Mitsuzono (Bass)

B’z LIVE-GYM 2019 -Whole Lotta NEW LOVE- releasing on DVD & Blu-ray February 26, 2020!

Posted on January 17, 2020
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B’z has announced that their live tour B’z LIVE-GYM 2019 -Whole Lotta NEW LOVE- will release on DVD & Blu-ray on February 26, 2020! The home video release will feature the full show performed at Saitama Super Arena in July last year.

This will mark the first official release of the new B’z song “Kimi to Nara”, which served as the Theme Song to the Japanese TV show “Beshari Kurashi”. In addition, dedicated video footage of the three songs, which were regularly switched out in the set list throughout the tour, will be part of the bonus content. A special montage of “Tsuwamono Hashiru” featuring different venues rounds up the bonus content of this release.

The whole package will cost 7300 Yen.

B’z LIVE-GYM 2019 -Whole Lotta NEW LOVE-

[TRACK LIST]

01. MY NEW LOVE
02. MR. ARMOUR
03. WOLF
04. Ore yo Karma wo Ikiro
05. Towa ni Wakaku
06. Konya Tsuki no Mieru Oka ni
07. Uchouten
08. ultra soul
09. Koi Karasu
10. Golden Rookie
11. Rain & Dream
12. SICK
13. Majestic
14. Hadashi no Megami
15. Kimi to Nara (previously unreleased)
16. RED
17. Ichibu to Zenbu
18. Still Alive
19. Deus
20. Tsuwamono Hashiru
21. juice
22. Samayoeru Aoi Dangan

[BONUS]

・OCEAN
・Da La Da Da
・Seimei
・Tsuwamono Hashiru -Tour Digest-

B’z: Taking Route 2020

Posted on January 17, 2020
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B’z have started their “route 2020” campaign for the year, by updating their website with a special design. The sign posts suggest that there are further announcements to come this year! And the distance between the sign posts could mean the time interval between individual announcements…?

Or is B’z planning to do another U.S. tour given the “Route 66” themed website? Tell us your predictions in the comments!

B’z Teases Whole Lotta NEW LOVE Home Video for 2020 Release

Posted on January 12, 2020
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In a surprise announcement, B’z have revealed that their latest tour B’z LIVE-GYM 2019 -Whole Lotta NEW LOVE- is going to be released on home video in 2020. Details regarding the contents of the release are yet to be unveiled. The same goes for the release date.

For the moment, you can enjoy a teaser of the show featuring footage of “Tsuwamono Hashiru”.

INABA/SALAS 2020 Tour Dates Announced + New Album Teased

Posted on January 12, 2020
Koshi Inaba News

Koshi is teaming up again with the almighty Stevie Salas, who was very keen to get back in the studio given the huge success that INABA/SALAS has been. INABA/SALAS will be returning for their second Japan-wide tour this year. The tour kicks off at Zepp Osaka Bayside in April, with the tour final being at the Tokyo Garden Theater — an all new venue set to open in Tokyo in 2020. Tokyo Garden Theater is said to pack around 8000 people for an event. It could even be that INABA/SALAS will be the first to perform at the venue. The duo will also be releasing a new album in support of their tour. Stay tuned for more news!

INABA/SALAS 2020 Live Tour Schedule

2020/04/27 Zepp Osaka Bayside
2020/04/28 Zepp Osaka Bayside
2020/05/01 KT Zepp Yokohama
2020/05/02 KT Zepp Yokohama
2020/05/08 Zepp Sapporo
2020/05/09 Zepp Sapporo
2020/05/13 Zepp Fukuoka
2020/05/14 Zepp Fukuoka
2020/05/18 Zepp Nagoya
2020/05/20 Zepp Nagoya
2020/05/21 Zepp Nagoya
2020/05/22 Zepp Tokyo
2020/05/28 Zepp Tokyo
2020/06/02 Osaka Jo Hall
2020/06/03 Osaka Jo Hall
2020/06/10 Tokyo Garden Theater
2020/06/11 Tokyo Garden Theater