SF Rock Station Final Event "Thank You TM Network" was a special event held on April 4, 1989 featuring B'z and other artists at SF Rock Station in the Nemu no Sato Resort to honor fellow band TM Network's final appearance at the recurring event where they had often performed. The event is most notable for being the de facto live debut by B'z, with the band performing five of their early songs. TM Network had been the group with which Tak had done backing work before embarking on his own career as a musician. As the band did not have support members yet, the B'z performance was done in "karaoke" style, with backing tracks used to supply drums, bass, and other non-guitar and non-vocals instrumentation.
Virtually the entire B'z catalogue is available new for purchase from the following retailers that all ship globally:
Select B'z items are also shipped and sold by Amazon.com as well as available from associated sellers' storefronts. Naturally, many B'z items can be found on eBay as well.
B'z have occasionally made available specially-tailored compilations and original albums for the international market via iTunes, beginning with the self-titled B'z EP in 2007 and their debut English album in 2012.
While both have since been delisted after the standard 5 years of availability, the band's best-known international effort "Into Free -Dangan-" (featured as the global theme to video game Dragon's Dogma) remains available worldwide.
Notably, much of Tak Matsumoto's solo output is available internationally on the service. Koshi Inaba and Stevie Salas's joint 2017 album CHUBBY GROOVE is available worldwide as well.
Compiled below is a complete listing of all albums and singles currently available digitially worldwide