Now Available: A Special “Love Bomb” Lyric Video!
Given the rising popularity of lyric videos in today’s internet music culture, we decided to try our hand at creating one featuring a B’z song as official promotion for the recent North American releases. The song we decided to work with was the English tune “Love Bomb“, itself being a new rendition of the 2005 Japanese single “Ai no Bakudan“.
(Update for 2017—This edition of the song was previously released in 2012 as part of the band’s debut English album but was recently delisted from international iTunes stores with the coming of the new year. A similar delisting followed after five years of availability for the band’s 2007 International EP. It bears noting that “Into Free -Dangan-” remains available worldwide as a single.)
As a bonus: You can also now download a collection of eight custom wallpapers inspired by this project right here. Each wallpaper was created for a resolution of 1920×1080 but should scale nicely to any widescreen resolution.
5 responses to “Now Available: A Special “Love Bomb” Lyric Video!”
I never knew this was a thing. It reminded me of a Ford F150 commercial lol! God, this makes all my karaokes look like the artwork your kid brings you from kindergarten and you have lie and say it looks amazing and place it on the fridge for the world to see. It makes me talk in inexplicably long run-on sentences. I liked it, but I probably liked it more because I, apparently, just had my cherry popped regarding this phenomena. Anyway, it was good. Loved the part @ You can see it now 🙂
Now this was freagin’ amazing.
WHy do they have to delist the English mini-album?! WHY?
Thanks! There will be a new lyric video along these lines released here sometime this year. This one has a lot of new challenges so we’ll need some time for it. Hang in there!
Ah shit. I forgot how lit this video was.
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