B'z Reversioned Songs

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Gathered here is a list of reversioned songs by B'z. This includes all officially released songs that have been given alternate versions of varying sorts, including those that changed mixes, tempos, arrangements, lyrics, languages, or added a new guitar solo to an existing track. For a comprehensive and complete list of all songs released in English, see B'z English Songs.

PLEASE NOTE

Reversions are categorized only according to the following criteria:

  • RE-RECORDING: Reversions that contain new recorded elements. This could be a complete overhaul with all instruments being re-recorded, or only a smaller portion being changed such as a new guitar solo.
  • REMIX: Reversions that involve elements of an existing track being retooled in some way.
  • ENGLISH: Songs that have been re-recorded into English versions. For a list of all English B'z songs, please see this complete listing.
  • KARAOKE: Rare versions of existing tracks that have the lead vocals removed.
  • LIVE ONLY: Substantially different versions of songs that have only been performed live.
  • UNRELEASED: Any version that was not made available on a single or album that is substantially different from the eventual release. Includes demos and commercial versions.
Original Song Reversion History
Ai no Bakudan
SINGLE & ALBUM SONG (2005)

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KARAOKE: Ai no Bakudan (TV STYLE) (2005)
Most recent official karaoke version release, made available on limited edition copies of the "Ai no Bakudan" single.
REMIX: Ai no Bakudan (GUITAR SOLO LESS) (2005)
Only "Guitar Solo Less" version released, made available on limited edition copies of the "Ai no Bakudan" single.
REMIX: Ai No Bakudan (2007)
Released only on the band's 2007 self-titled international EP.
ENGLISH: Love Bomb (2012)
Released on the band's worldwide debut English album.

Ai no Mama ni Wagamama ni Boku wa Kimi Dake wo Kizutsukenai
SINGLE (1993)

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ALONE
SINGLE & ALBUM SONG* (1991)

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REMIX: ALONE [Album Version] (1991)
Album version from IN THE LIFE that features the English chorus being sung a capella as the intro but otherwise identical to the single. This version was later collected on The Ballads ~Love & B'z~ as well.
KARAOKE: ALONE [Karaoke Version] (1992)
Karaoke version found only on B'z TV Style SONGLESS VERSION based on the original single.

ARIGATO
SINGLE (2004)

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UNRELEASED: ARIGATO [Demo Version]
This original version of the song served as the theme to TV Asahi's "NETWORK SPORTS 2004" as a tie-in promotion for the eventual single. However, between the time it was being used on the program and the release, B'z retooled the song and updated the song a great deal. The lyrics, arrangement, and pitch differ very significantly throughout in the finalized version. The provisional title for the song was "Soko ni Daremo Inakute mo" (Even If There Should Be No One There), a lyric that remains in both the original and final versions of the song.

Baby, you're my home
ALBUM SONG (1992)

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UNRELEASED: Baby, you're my home [English Demo Version] (1992-1994)
An unreleased English demo version that is presumed to have been recorded between RUN and The 7th Blues.
UNRELEASED: Baby, you're my home [Electric English Demo Version] (1992-1994)
An unreleased English demo version that is presumed to have been recorded between RUN and The 7th Blues.

BAD COMMUNICATION
MINI ALBUM SONG (1988)

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REMIX: BAD COMMUNICATION (JAPANESE SHORT VERSION) (1989)
Released only on a promotional BAD COMMUNICATION vinyl sent to Japanese radio stations.
ENGLISH: Bad Communication E.Style (1990)
The full entirely English version found only on 1990 mini album WICKED BEAT that runs over seven minutes.
KARAOKE: BAD COMMUNICATION [Karaoke Version] (1992)
Karaoke version found only on B'z TV Style SONGLESS VERSION based on the original song.
RE-RECORDING: BAD COMMUNICATION (000-18) (1996)
Acoustic version released only on 1995 studio album LOOSE that also features harmonica.
ENGLISH: Bad Communication E.Style [English Short Version] (1998)
Shortened version of "Bad Communication E.Style" from WICKED BEAT released only on B'z The Best "Pleasure".
RE-RECORDING: BAD COMMUNICATION -ULTRA Pleasure Style- (2008)
Hard rock re-imagining released only on B'z The Best "ULTRA Pleasure" as the opener.

BE THERE
SINGLE (1990)

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KARAOKE: BE THERE [Karaoke Version] (1992)
Karaoke version found only on B'z TV Style SONGLESS VERSION.

Biribiri
B-SIDE (1997)

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REMIX: Biribiri -Mixture mix- (2000)
Remix of the original song found only on B'z The "Mixture".

BLOWIN'
SINGLE (1992)

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UNRELEASED: BLOWIN' [English Demo Version] (1992-1994)
An unreleased English demo version that is presumed to have been recorded between RUN and The 7th Blues.
KARAOKE: BLOWIN' [Karaoke Version] (1996)
Karaoke version found only on B'z TV STYLE II Songless Version.
RE-RECORDING: BLOWIN' -ULTRA Treasure Style- (2008)
Hard rock reversion of the original track found only on B'z The Best "ULTRA Treasure".

Brighter Day
ALBUM SONG (2005)

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REMIX: Brighter Day (2007)
Released only on the band's 2007 self-titled international EP.

Brotherhood
ALBUM SONG (1999)

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ENGLISH: Brotherhood [LIVE ONLY] (2011)
Performed only during B'z LIVE-GYM 2011 -long time no see- and not released.

BUDDY
ALBUM SONG (2006)

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UNRELEASED: BUDDY [Demo Version] (2006)
Premiered as the Ending SE for B'z LIVE-GYM 2006 "MONSTER'S GARAGE". A studio version that differed greatly would be released the following year on the 2007 studio album ACTION. The original version's lyrics were almost entirely different and featured an arrangement that was significantly different from the released edition.

Calling
SINGLE & ALBUM SONG (1997)

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Dakara Sono Te wo Hanashite
SINGLE & ALBUM SONG (1988)

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ENGLISH: DA.KA.RA.SO.NO.TE.WO.HA.NA.SHI.TE -OFF THE LOCK STYLE- (1989)
One of the band's first English reversions, found only on the mini album BAD COMMUNICATION in 1989.
KARAOKE: Dakara Sono Te wo Hanashite [Karaoke Version] (1992)
Karaoke version found only on B'z TV Style SONGLESS VERSION.
RE-RECORDING: Dakara Sono Te wo Hanashite -Mixture style- (2000)
Hard-rock re-recording released as a B-side to single "Konya Tsuki no Mieru Oka ni" and later as part of remix and re-recordings compilation B'z The "Mixture".

DIVE
SINGLE & ALBUM SONG* (2009)

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REMIX: DIVE [Album Version] (2009)
Found only on the studio album MAGIC, the reverb vocal intro is removed from the single version and instead starts immediately at the first riff. This is to allow the song to segue from the album's opening track, "Introduction".

Do me
ALBUM SONG (1997)

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LIVE ONLY: Do Me [Demo Version] (1997)
Premiered live during B'z LIVE-GYM Pleasure'97 "FIREBALL" and featuring different lyrics and an altered arrangement than would be found on the SURVIVE studio version released several months after the close of the tour.

Don't Leave Me
SINGLE & ALBUM SONG (1994)

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Don't Wanna Lie
SINGLE & ALBUM SONG (2011)

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RE-RECORDING: Don't Wanna Lie ~Ballad Version~ (2011)
Only available as a part of a special campaign from the single's release. Those who purchased both editions received a CD in the mail with the song and were also eligible to win a signed copy of the flag from the cover.

Easy Come, Easy Go!
SINGLE & ALBUM SONG* (1990)

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RE-RECORDING: EASY COME, EASY GO! -RISKY STYLE- (1990)
An album version released only on RISKY. Recorded before the single version, this rendition includes a prominent saxophone and numerous other arrangement differences.
KARAOKE: EASY COME, EASY GO! [Karaoke Version] (1992)
Karaoke version found only on B'z TV Style SONGLESS VERSION based on original single.

farewell song
ALBUM SONG (1994)

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UNRELEASED: farewell song [English Demo Version] (1992-1994)
An unreleased English demo version that is presumed to have been recorded between RUN and The 7th Blues.

F・E・A・R
ALBUM SONG (1999)

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REMIX: F・E・A・R -2008 Mix- (2008)
Remix released exclusively on B'z The Best "ULTRA Treasure".

FRICTION
B-SIDE & ALBUM SONG* (2007)

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RE-RECORDING: FRICTION -LAP 2- (2007)
Complete re-recording with new vocals, new guitar, and a new arrangement; released only on ACTION.

GIMME YOUR LOVE -Fukutsu no LOVE DRIVER-
ALBUM SONG (1990)

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KARAOKE: GIMME YOUR LOVE [Karaoke Version] (2007)
Karaoke version found only on B'z TV STYLE II Songless Version.
RE-RECORDING: Gimme your love(Live at Tokyo Dome) (1997)
The only live track released by B'z on CD, this live rendition was sourced from B'z LIVE-GYM Pleasure'97 "FIREBALL" and included as a B-side on "Calling".

girigiri chop
SINGLE & ALBUM SONG* (1999)

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RE-RECORDING: girigiri chop (Version 51) (1999)
A re-recording featuring members of American rock band Mr. Big—Pat Torpey and Billy Sheehan—and found only on Brotherhood.

GUITAR KIDS RHAPSODY
ALBUM SONG (1989)

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RE-RECORDING: GUITAR KIDS RHAPSODY CAMDEN LOCK STYLE (1990)
Reversion of the song featuring elements inspired by their music video film FILM RISKY and released only as a B-side to "Itoshii Hito yo Good Night...".

Happy Birthday
ALBUM SONG (2006)

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LIVE ONLY: Happy Birthday [Demo Version] (2005)
Premiered live during B'z LIVE-GYM 2005 "CIRCLE OF ROCK" and performed live again a year later but in acoustic form as part of B'z LIVE-GYM 2006 "MONSTER'S GARAGE". A studio version would be released prior to the latter tour, but would differ from both versions. The lyrics and arrangement of the studio edition were an amalgam of the two live versions, but without the bright keyboard part present in the 2005 performance.

Hadashi no Megami
SINGLE (1993)

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KARAOKE: Hadashi no Megami [Karaoke Version] (1996)
Karaoke version found only on B'z TV STYLE II Songless Version.

Heart mo Nureru Number ~stay tonight~
B-SIDE & ALBUM SONG (1988)

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ENGLISH: SLAVE TO THE NIGHT (1994)
English version found only on The 7th Blues.

hole in my heart
B-SIDE (1994)

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REMIX: hole in my heart -Mixture mix- (2000)
Remix of the original track found only on B'z The "Mixture".

HOME
SINGLE (1998)

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RE-RECORDING: HOME [Short Acoustic Version] (1998)
Released untitled on compilation B'z The Best "Treasure" as a hidden track that plays after "RUN -1998 style-".
ENGLISH: Home [English Version] (2007)
Released first on the band's 2007 self-titled international EP and later the compilation B'z The Best "ULTRA Treasure".

HOT FASHION -Ryuukoukata-
ALBUM SONG (1990)

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KARAOKE: HOT FASHION [Karaoke Version] (1992)
Karaoke version found only on B'z TV Style SONGLESS VERSION.

Ichibu to Zenbu
SINGLE & ALBUM SONG* (2009)

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RE-RECORDING: Ichibu to Zenbu -Ballad Version- (2009)
Complete overhaul that transforms the song into a ballad, released only as a B-side to "MY LONELY TOWN".

Ima de wa... Ima Nara... Ima mo...
ALBUM SONG (1990)

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RE-RECORDING: Ima de wa... Ima Nara... Ima mo... -Mixture style- (2000)
Hard rock reversion of the original track found only on B'z The "Mixture".

IT'S SHOWTIME!!
SINGLE & ALBUM SONG* (2003)

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RE-RECORDING: IT'S SHOWTIME!! (2003)
This reversion found on BIG MACHINE features live drums as opposed to the programming ones featured in the single version.

Itoshii Hito yo Good Night...
SINGLE & ALBUM SONG (1990)

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Itsuka no Merry Christmas
MINI ALBUM SONG (1992)

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RE-RECORDING: Itsuka no Merry Christmas (Reprise) (1992)
An instrumental reprise of the original song featured as the closing track on the same mini album, FRIENDS.
KARAOKE: Itsuka no Merry Christmas [Karaoke Version] (1996)
Karaoke version found only on B'z TV STYLE II Songless Version.
RE-RECORDING: Itsuka no Merry Christmas [Secret Version] (2002)
A hidden dance-tempo version found on The Ballads ~Love & B'z~.
RE-RECORDING: Itsuka no Merry Christmas ~"Koisuru Hanikami!" Version~ (2005)
An acoustic rendition found only on B'z The Best "Pleasure II".

JOY
B-SIDE (1993)

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REMIX: JOY -Mixture mix- (2000)
Remix of the original track found only on B'z The "Mixture".

juice
SINGLE & ALBUM SONG* (2000)

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REMIX: juice (PM Mix) (2000)
Remix of the original track found only on ELEVEN.
ENGLISH: Juice [English Version] (2012)
Released on the band's worldwide debut English album.

KARA・KARA
B-SIDE (1993)

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REMIX: KARA・KARA -Mixture mix- (2000)
Remix of the original song found only on B'z The "Mixture".

Kienai Niji
ALBUM SONG (1995)

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UNRELEASED: Kienai Niji [English Demo Version] (1995)
A studio recording was played as the Ending SE during B'z LIVE-GYM Pleasure'95 "BUZZ!!" and featured during the tour's home video "BUZZ!!" THE MOVIE.

Kimi no Naka de Odoritai
SINGLE & ALBUM SONG (1989)

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ENGLISH: I Wanna Dance Wicked Beat Style (1990)
KARAOKE: Kimi no Naka de Odoritai (1992)
Karaoke version found only on B'z TV Style SONGLESS VERSION.

Kimi wo Ima Dakitai
ALBUM SONG (1988)

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ENGLISH: OUT OF THE RAIN -OFF THE LOCK STYLE- (1989)
English version found only on English mini album BAD COMMUNICATION. With a runtime of 7:41, it is the longest song in the B'z catalogue.

Kodoku no Runaway
MINI ALBUM SONG (1991)

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KARAOKE: Kodoku no Runaway [Karaoke Version] (1992)
Karaoke version found only on B'z TV Style SONGLESS VERSION.
RE-RECORDING: Kodoku no Runaway -Mixture style- (2000)
Hard rock reversion of the original track found only on B'z The "Mixture".

Koi-Gokoro (KOI-GOKORO)
B-SIDE (1992)

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UNRELEASED: Koi-Gokoro [English Demo Version] (1992-1994)
An unreleased English demo version that is presumed to have been recorded between RUN and The 7th Blues.
KARAOKE: Koi-Gokoro (KOI-GOKORO) [Karaoke Version] (1996)
Karaoke version found only on B'z TV STYLE II Songless Version.

Konya Tsuki no Mieru Oka ni
SINGLE & ALBUM SONG* (2000)

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RE-RECORDING: Konya Tsuki no Mieru Oka ni (Alternative Guitar solo ver.) (2000)
As suggested by its title, this is a rework of the single containing only an altered guitar solo and found only on ELEVEN.
RE-RECORDING: Konya Tsuki no Mieru Oka ni [Another Alternative Guitar solo ver.] (2002)
Released on compilation The Ballads ~Love & B'z~ with another previously unreleased guitar solo but with the original title.

LADY-GO-ROUND
SINGLE & ALBUM SONG (1989)

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ENGLISH: Lady-Go-Round "W-40" Style (1990)
One of the band's earliest English songs, found only on 1990 mini album WICKED BEAT.

LADY NAVIGATION
SINGLE (1991)

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ENGLISH: LADY NAVIGATION ~Cookie & Car Stereo Style~ (1991)
Fully English version released only on 1991 mini album MARS.
KARAOKE: LADY NAVIGATION [Karaoke Version] (1992)
Karaoke version found only on B'z TV Style SONGLESS VERSION.
ENGLISH: LADY NAVIGATION [Bluesy English Version] (1994)
Released on studio album The 7th Blues under the original title. This version is also completely in English but done in a bluesy style.

Liar! Liar!
SINGLE & ALBUM SONG (1997)

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RE-RECORDING: Liar! Liar! [ALTERNATE VERSION] (1998)
A slightly retouched version was released on B'z The Best "Treasure" that featured the guitar part being re-recorded with Rockman pre-amps.

Lonely Stars
B-SIDE (2007)

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UNRELEASED: Lonely Stars [Demo Version]
The eventual studio version of the song would be featured as the theme to the anime film Fist of the North Star. This alternate version, however, was played prior to screenings and featured different lyrics and an altered arrangement than what would be found as the B-side to "Eien no Tsubasa".

Love & Chain
B-SIDE & ALBUM SONG (1990)

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ENGLISH: Love & Chain ~Godzilla Style~ (1991)
One of the band's earliest English songs, found only on 1991 mini album MARS.

LOVE IS DEAD
ALBUM SONG (1994)

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UNRELEASED: LOVE IS DEAD [English Demo Version] (1992-1994)
An unreleased English demo version that is presumed to have been recorded between RUN and The 7th Blues.
REMIX: LOVE IS DEAD [Introless Version] (2008)
Voted by fans onto B'z The Best "ULTRA Treasure" but with the spoken introduction from The 7th Blues omitted.

love me, I love you
SINGLE & ALBUM SONG (1995)

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RE-RECORDING: love me, I love you (with G-Bass) (1995)
Album version from LOOSE that features a more prominent bass line along with some smaller changes to levels throughout the song.
KARAOKE: love me, I love you [Karaoke Version] (1996)
Karaoke version found only on B'z TV STYLE II Songless Version.

LOVE PHANTOM
SINGLE & ALBUM SONG (1995)

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KARAOKE: LOVE PHANTOM [Karaoke Version] (1996)
Karaoke version found only on B'z TV STYLE II Songless Version.

LOVING ALL NIGHT
ALBUM SONG (1989)

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ENGLISH: Loving All Night ~Octopus Style~ (1991)
Fully English version found only on mini album MARS in 1991.

NATIVE DANCE
ALBUM SONG (1992)

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UNRELEASED: NATIVE DANCE [English Demo Version] (1992-1994)
An unreleased English demo version that is presumed to have been recorded between RUN and The 7th Blues.

Mienai Chikara ~INVISIBLE ONE~
SINGLE (1996)

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MOTEL
SINGLE (1994)

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KARAOKE: MOTEL [Karaoke Version] (1996)
Karaoke version found only on B'z TV STYLE II Songless Version.

Mou Ichido Kiss Shitakatta
ALBUM SONG (1991)

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MR. ROLLING THUNDER
ALBUM SONG (1992)

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UNRELEASED: MR. ROLLING THUNDER [English Demo Version] (1992-1994)
An unreleased English demo version that is presumed to have been recorded between RUN and The 7th Blues.

Negai
SINGLE & ALBUM SONG* (1995)

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RE-RECORDING: Negai ("BUZZ!!" STYLE) (1995)
Released on the 1995 studio album LOOSE. The song no longer ends on a fade out and instead features an extended outro akin to the version performed during B'z LIVE-GYM Pleasure'95 "BUZZ!!" and numerous LIVE-GYM concerts since.
KARAOKE: Negai [Karaoke Version] (1996)
Karaoke version found only on B'z TV STYLE II Songless Version.

NEVER LET YOU GO
ALBUM SONG (1989)

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RE-RECORDING: NEVER LET YOU GO -Mixture style- (2000)
Hard rock reversion of the original track found only on B'z The "Mixture".

OCEAN
SINGLE & ALBUM SONG* (2005)

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REMIX: OCEAN ~2006 MiX~ (2006)
Remix released only on MONSTER that raises levels on the track's guitars and alters other elements of the song.

Out Of Control
ALBUM SONG (1992)

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UNRELEASED: Out Of Control [English Demo Version] (1992-1994)
An unreleased English demo version that is presumed to have been recorded between RUN and The 7th Blues.

Pleasure'91 ~Jinsei no Kairaku~
B-SIDE (1991)

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OH! GIRL
ALBUM SONG (1989)

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KARAOKE: OH! GIRL [Karaoke Version] (1992)
Karaoke version found only on B'z TV Style SONGLESS VERSION.
RE-RECORDING: OH! GIRL -Mixture style- (2000)
Hard rock reversion of the original track found only on B'z The "Mixture".

Raging River
ALBUM SONG (2000)

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ENGLISH: Raging River [English Acoustic Version] (2000)
A short English acoustic version accessible online via enhanced CD features on B'z The "Mixture" in 2000 but no longer available.

ROSY
ALBUM SONG (1989)

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KARAOKE: ROSY [Karaoke Version] (1992)
Karaoke version found only on B'z TV Style SONGLESS VERSION.

RUN
ALBUM SONG (1992)

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RE-RECORDING: RUN -1998 style- (1998)
Released only on B'z The Best "Treasure", this update was meant to reflect the growth of the band in the years since the original's release.

Samayoeru Aoi Dangan
SINGLE (1998)

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RE-RECORDING: Dangan (2007)
Released only on the band's 2007 self-titled international EP. This version has a raw sound, with greater emphasis on guitar, bass, and drums akin to the live version performed at LIVE-GYMs.
ENGLISH: Into Free -Dangan- (2012)
Released on the band's worldwide debut English album, B'z.

Sayonara Nanka wa Iwasenai
ALBUM SONG (1992)

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Shoudou
SINGLE & ALBUM SONG* (2006)

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RE-RECORDING: Shoudou ~MONSTER MiX~ (2006)
Remix found only on MONSTER that adjusts various aspects of the song, including making the backing vocals less prominent.

Sore Demo Kimi ni wa Modorenai
ALBUM SONG (1991)

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UNRELEASED: Sore Demo Kimi ni wa Modorenai [English Demo Version] (1992-1994)
An unreleased English demo version that is presumed to have been recorded between RUN and The 7th Blues.

SPLASH!
SINGLE & ALBUM SONG (2006)

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ENGLISH: Splash [English Version] (2012)
Released on the band's worldwide debut English album.

STARDUST TRAIN
ALBUM SONG (1990)

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REMIX: STARDUST TRAIN [Introless Version] (1997)
Unauthorized remix released only on the unofficial compilation Flash Back -B'z Early Special Titles- with the keyboard intro omitted.

Survive
ALBUM SONG (1997)

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Sweet Lil' Devil
ALBUM SONG (1994)

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UNRELEASED: Sweet Lil' Devil [English Demo Version] (1992-1994)
An unreleased English demo version that is presumed to have been recorded between RUN and The 7th Blues.

Swimmer yo!!
ALBUM SONG (1997)

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RE-RECORDING: Swimmer yo 2001!! (2001)
Complete overhaul of the original song that makes it more of a companion piece to "ultra soul", for which it served as a B-side.

Taiyou no Komachi Angel
SINGLE (1990)

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ENGLISH: Komachi-Angel Red Hot Style [English Version] (1991)
English version found only on English mini album MARS.
KARAOKE: Taiyou no Komachi Angel [Karaoke Version] (1992)
Karaoke version found only on B'z TV Style SONGLESS VERSION.

TIME
B-SIDE (1992)

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UNRELEASED: TIME [English Demo Version] (1992-1994)
An unreleased English demo version that is presumed to have been recorded between RUN and The 7th Blues.
KARAOKE: TIME [Karaoke Version] (1996)
Karaoke version found only on B'z TV STYLE II Songless Version.

Tokyo
B-SIDE (1994)

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REMIX: Tokyo -Mixture mix- (2000)
Remix of the original track found only on B'z The "Mixture".

TOKYO DEVIL
ALBUM SONG (2001)

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ENGLISH: DEVIL (2002)
English version first released on the titular mini album DEVIL released only in Korea to promote the B'z and Aerosmith appearance at 2002 FIFA World Cup International Day Concert. This version was later collected on B'z The Best "ULTRA Treasure" by fan demand.

Tonari de Nemurasete
ALBUM SONG (1990)

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KARAOKE: Tonari de Nemurasete [Karaoke Version] (1992)
Karaoke version found only on B'z TV Style SONGLESS VERSION.

TONIGHT(Is The Night)
ALBUM SONG (1991)

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UNRELEASED: TONIGHT(Is The Night) [English Demo Version] (1992-1994)
An unreleased English demo version that is presumed to have been recorded between RUN and The 7th Blues.

ultra soul
SINGLE & ALBUM SONG* (2001)

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RE-RECORDING: ultra soul ~Splash Style~ (2001)
A fully acoustic rendition found only as a B-side on "GOLD".
RE-RECORDING: ultra soul (Alternative Guitar Solo ver.) (2002)
An identical version of the original song but with an entirely new guitar solo, from 2002 studio album GREEN.
RE-RECORDING: Ultra Soul (2007)
Released only on the band's 2007 self-titled international EP. This version has a raw sound, with greater emphasis on guitar, bass, and drums akin to the live version performed at LIVE-GYMs.
RE-RECORDING: ultra soul 2011 (2011)
Hard rock reversion that puts a heavy emphasis on integrating drums, bass, and overlapping guitars in place of the digital instrumentation of the original prepared for 2011 studio album C'mon.
ENGLISH: Ultra Soul (2012)
Released on the band's worldwide debut English album, B'z, based partially on "ultra soul 2011".

Urei no GYPSY
ALBUM SONG (1991)

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Wonderful Opportunity
ALBUM SONG (1991)

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KARAOKE: Wonderful Opportunity [Karaoke Version] (1996)
Karaoke version found only on B'z TV STYLE II Songless Version.

Yaburenu Yume wo Hikizutte
ALBUM SONG (1994)

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UNRELEASED: Yaburenu Yume wo Hikizutte [English Demo Version] (1992-1994)
An unreleased English demo version that is presumed to have been recorded between RUN and The 7th Blues.

Yami no Ame
ALBUM SONG (1994)

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UNRELEASED: Yami no Ame [English Demo Version] (1992-1994)
An unreleased English demo version that is presumed to have been recorded between RUN and The 7th Blues.

YOU & I
B-SIDE (2003)

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REMIX: YOU & I -Mixture mix- (2000)
Remix of the original track found only on B'z The "Mixture".

Yasei no ENERGY
SINGLE & ALBUM SONG* (2003)

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REMIX: Yasei no ENERGY [Album Version] (2003)
A remixed revision with an altered outro, found only on BIG MACHINE.

ZERO
SINGLE & ALBUM SONG (1992)

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KARAOKE: ZERO [Karaoke Version] (1996)
Karaoke version found only on B'z TV STYLE II Songless Version.
UNRELEASED: ZERO [English Demo Version] (1992-1994)
An unreleased English demo version that is presumed to have been recorded between RUN and The 7th Blues.
UNRELEASED: ZERO [English Demo Version with New Arrangement] (1992-1994)
An unreleased English demo version that is presumed to have been recorded between RUN and The 7th Blues. This version features a new arrangement that differs significantly from the original.
LIVE ONLY: ZERO [Bluesy Version] (2015)
Bluesy live rendition performed with just Tak on electric guitar and Koshi on vocals as part of B'z LIVE-GYM 2015 -EPIC NIGHT-.