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

Posted on January 17, 2020

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-


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


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

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

  1. Christoffer says:

    Really looking forward to this. New Love is a great album and it’s gonna be fun so to see (and hear) the new support members for real and not just in bad quality audience recordings.

  2. Chris says:

    Not related to this article, but… The certifications for some albums and singles are wrong in the wiki. BREAK THROUGH is listed as 3X Platinum but is certified 1 Million according to the RIAJ database (you can search and check here: https://www.riaj.or.jp/f/data/cert/gd_search.html).

    The certification levels were also different up to 2003 (Platinum was 400,000 and not 250,000 as today). RUN for example is certified 6X Platinum (2,400,000 copies) and not 2 Million as it is listed in the wiki.

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