Folka wrote:Ok, I had a "preview" of the CD. Very nice and refreshing sound. I think this is way better than EPIC DAY. Haruka was fantastic.
Also, on youtube a a rip of the DVD appeared. I don't know how much it will last, but I watched it yesterday. B'z are really STILL ALIVE (and kicking)!!!
shinichi'sapprentice wrote:my tracking says it's still in Tokyo xD
Valentin wrote:It has been quite a while since my review of Seimei / Still Alive back in July. Many things have happened, and at least in the context of the band’s official biography, this year will prove to have been their busiest one in three decades, with the number of entries surpassing their current record period, 2004. Let’s look at the activities one by one.
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B’z COMPLETE SINGLE BOX
I don’t think I’m going to write anything new here, but … I don’t like this release. At all. It simply … makes no sense. From the get-go. Everyone knows that there will be a fifty-fourth single, and the sole piece of useful information that has potentially been added is that this fifty-fourth single might not hit the market before the thirtieth anniversary is officially over so that the (astonishingly many) owners of this questionable product can talk themselves into believing that this has been a long-term investment for a little while. Though the packaging appears incredibly charming, I won’t buy any supposedly “complete” collection unless it is, well, complete. If I were to decide anything, it would be that 2018 will not yield a B’z COMPLETE ALBUM BOX.
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B’z LIVE-GYM 2017-2018 “LIVE DINOSAUR”
On account of “It’s nothing like I expected", I had to modify the pool of tracks which I anticipate reentering the stage. In plain alphabetical order, here are, along with their most recent inclusion, ten rather secondary compositions that I would regard as congenial supplements: Arakure (2007), Fever (2005), FIREBALL (2002), JAP THE RIPPER (2001), LOVE IS DEAD (2010), RING (2000), Shoushin (TV), SNOW (2008), SUPER LOVE SONG (2009), Yuruginai Mono Hitotsu (2006). Each and every one of those would receive a boiling hot welcome, especially … no, really, each and every one. In general, the opportunity to showcase outsiders like B-sides guilty, Makka na Silk, Narifuri Kamawazu Dakishimete, yokohama and Yoru yo Akenaide or basically anything from FRIENDS, FRIENDS II and The 7th Blues (and Too Young from C’mon) has never been as convenient as it is presently. By the way: Since it’s safe to assume that Fukiarenasai—the winter version of ultra soul—will be premiered at last, I wouldn’t mind them not celebrating the latter for once.
IrelandCalling wrote:I have it!! Shall be listening this evening; listened to King of the Street and Haruka so far; as well as the 4 we already knew from the promo vidoes - have to say this far sounding brilliant
Official Deluxe CD/DVD arriving 12th December, til then thankfully I can hear this new work from the legendary B'z! I saw the DVD on YouTube also and it absolutely rocks, the energy is incredible and the track selection pretty much flawless. There are other clips from 2017 on YouTube from 'Dream Festival'? I wonder was that show filmed in full?
k11chi wrote:B'z Never disappoints absolute greatness and a joy to listen to.
musikuss wrote:Hey Folks! Long time no see
I have a question about the new song "Champ".
The first time i heard of it it was an instrumental Cover from a Youtuber called "zoma" i am subscribed to.
I was really thrilled when i heard this version, the Pumping, Rocking Intro Riff made me smile .. also the little filler licks and the Solo Part.
Check it out please:
I thought this was going to be even better when played by B'z, a killer Song on the Album and Live ..
Has "zoma" come up with it or was this a Live Version of Champthey played sometime in 2017 ?
Folka wrote:No one wrote it, I was waiting for confirmation. Then I checked myself.
DINOSAUR 1ST AGAIN ON THE ORICON WEEKLY CHART!!!
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