C'mon

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C'mon
Studio album by B'z
Released July 27, 2011
Recorded May 2010-Spring 2011
Genre Hard rock
Length 51:54
Label Vermillion Records
Producer Tak Matsumoto
B'z chronology
17th Album
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MAGIC
(2009)
18th Album
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C'mon
(2011)
19th Album
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EPIC DAY
(2015)
Singles from C'mon
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    Sayonara Kizu Darake no Hibi yo

    Released: April 13, 2011
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    Don't Wanna Lie

    Released: June 1, 2011

C'mon is the eighteenth studio album by B'z, released on July 27, 2011. The album was issued in both a normal and a limited edition CD and DVD package that came bundled with a bonus DVD containing the full music videos for the title song and singles "Sayonara Kizu Darake no Hibi yo" and "Don't Wanna Lie". In addition to the previously released singles and the latter's B-side "Homebound" being included, the album featured ten additional tracks including a hard rock re-recording of "ultra soul" with the year appended as a subtitle. This version would prove to be close to what the band had performed at LIVE-GYM concerts in the years since its release.

Production on the album commenced in May 2010 while both Tak Matsumoto and Koshi Inaba were simultaneously managing their solo activities for the year. Recording would last roughly a year, with the sessions resulting in a number of unused tracks that were fully produced at the time but went unreleased. Apart from the singles that were first collected on B'z The Best XXV 1999-2012, none of the album's songs have appeared on later compilations since its release.

The title for the album originated in the mentality that formed following the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake disaster. Recording stalled in its wake with the band only returning to the studio weeks later and emerging with the hopeful title song "C'mon". The album's history and the band's struggles following the disaster were recounted by Koshi during B'z LIVE-GYM 2011 -C'mon- that followed the album's release. The band also held their third tour of the United States and Canada with B'z LIVE-GYM 2011 -long time no see- along with a charity show in Los Angeles with American rock band Linkin Park dubbed Music for Relief's Secret Show for Japan, their first festival appearance at TV Asahi Dream Festival 2011, and the premium one-off show Pepsi NEX presents B'z 1DAY LIVE.

Upon release, C'mon debuted at the top of the Weekly Oricon Album chart and continued the band's streak of albums to do so dating back to 1990's release of RISKY. In its first week, the album was certified Platinum for sales of 272,397 physical copies. It would be the second highest-selling album for July despite being released with only days to spare in the month, the fourth best-selling in August, and ranked at number 11 for the year. To date, C'mon has sold over 383,428 copies in physical form.

Production information

The marquee outside of The Mayan Theatre promoting the B'z and Linkin Park charity show that followed the 2011 earthquake disaster.

Recording got underway in May 2010, two months after the two had wrapped up their 2010 LIVE-GYM tour. Despite the fact that both were busy with their respective solo projects—Tak's TAKE YOUR PICK with Larry Carlton that would go on to win him his first Grammy Award and Koshi's Hadou—they had the time to meet up occasionally in the studio and formulate ideas to put together new tracks. Usually, the band's approach began with constructing and defining a set theme, but this time around they composed new songs without one in mind. Ultimately, the result was not a set theme but more of a mindset: "C'mon".

During the full recording period, a total of eighteen tracks were produced with only thirteen making the album proper. An out-take from the sessions titled "Kimi wo Ki ni Shinai Hi Nado" would find its way onto the next studio album EPIC DAY four years later in 2015. The band were in and out of the studio with full-time production resuming in November 2010 as their solo activities came to a conclusion. The sessions would be some of their most fruitful, having produced more songs than any other album in their modern era.

As the band were in the studio and were promoting their two planned singles, the 2011 earthquake disaster struck Japan on March 11. B'z were in the studio at the time and later noted in interviews that the disaster affected their approach to the final songs on the album. The title song was written and recorded after the disaster, and was seen as an appropriate title for the overall work as it expressed their attitude moving forward. The incident led to a complete stoppage of recording for a brief time, with the band figuratively separating the recording sessions as "pre-earthquake" and "post-earthquake". Additionally, as production wrapped, the band had some difficulty with the track listing and ordering the songs appropriately.

Weeks after the disaster, on a commemorative edition of Music Station, the band would perform a special version of "Brotherhood" with slightly altered lyrics to be more mindful of the disaster. The band later teamed with American rock band Linkin Park for a special charity show to help those affected by the earthquake disaster. Tickets were not available for direct purchase, however; instead, a fundraising platform was used in which those that garnered $500 in donations would be given a pair of tickets. The event, dubbed Music for Relief's Secret Show for Japan, saw B'z perform mostly English songs including the debut of the English rendition of "Ultra Soul".

The meaning behind the album's title and the origin of its title song was explained by Koshi to the crowd during B'z LIVE-GYM 2011 -C'mon-'s dome portion:

Right now, we are in the middle of the dome tour. But, when you think about it, a lot has happened between when we started work on the album C'mon and this dome tour. We started working on our new album at the beginning of spring last year. We would go into the studio and work on the new songs one by one. Last year, we worked on songs for C'mon in our spare time, although the title had not been decided back then.

When we moved into the new year, into 2011, we came up with a lot of ideas and went into the studio again to record some songs. Work had been proceeding smoothly until the Great East Japan Earthquake happened in March. We put our work as well as our plans on hold. That situation wouldn't change for a while. This is a little embarrassing to say, but... For the first time, we started to wonder what the meaning of the recording work we love so much really is.

During that time, we were given the chance to supply one of our songs (the English version of "Home") to an album created to raise moeny for the tsunami victims. And we were also given the chance to perform on television. While we were doing that, we gradually started to regain confidence in our work. We realized that everyone has their own thing they can do, and we felt reassured that, for us, that thing was to get together and make music. So we got back in the studio and started working on a song called "C'mon" and finished this album of the same name. When we finished the album, the meaning behind the title was... "Let's get better together! Let's get back on our feet together! Let's do this together! Let's laugh together!" The feeling of being together is what we've put into this album.

We want to be the band for you—that will always be by your side and is always there for you. We will do our best to be that band for you. Thank you very much.

Just days prior to the album's release in Japan, B'z embarked on their third tour of the United States and Canada: B'z LIVE-GYM 2011 -long time no see-. Although the two occasions coincided, no songs from C'mon were performed other than single "Sayonara Kizu Darake no Hibi yo" being included in the encore. The finale was streamed live, worldwide, from Club Nokia in Los Angeles, continuing the band's streak of streaming their overseas shows dating back to 2002.

The actual release for the album was accompanied by a slew of commercials. They varied in content, with one featuring the band performing a short acoustic rendition of the title song in a meadow. A full music video for the song was also filmed around the same time and features similar imagery. This video was uploaded to the band's official YouTube channel in full and has remained as they have cycled out others. It was also included in a CD & DVD limited edition that included the full music videos for "Don't Wanna Lie" and "Sayonara Kizu Darake no Hibi yo" as well.

An intimate show for only 1,500 people at SHIBUYA-AX had been announced as part of a Pepsi NEX promotion earlier in the year. Tickets to the show were available by redeeming points related to Pepsi products or by being entered into a lottery after purchasing C'mon. The event, which became Pepsi NEX presents B'z 1DAY LIVE, was held some months after the album's release in the midst of B'z LIVE-GYM 2011 -C'mon-. The LIVE-GYM tour saw all but two of the album's songs performed live, with "Too Young" and "Dead End" being excluded from any of the associated setlists. However, two years later, "Dead End" would be performed as part of the hall tour for B'z LIVE-GYM Pleasure 2013 -ENDLESS SUMMER- and would be included on the deluxe edition of its home video release.

During the release week, B'z were confirmed to have sold 80,000,000 total records by Oricon, the leading aggregating service charged with confirming and consolidating sales data.

Track listing

All music and guitar by Tak Matsumoto. All lyrics and lead vocals by Koshi Inaba.

  1. C'mon
    Written and recorded as a direct response to the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake, "C'mon" is a song whose theme is "togetherness". The hopeful lyrics encourage others to find solace in comforting and being comforted by others. Due to the tragedy, B'z temporarily halted all recording activities and began to question the point of recording music in light of such difficulties. When they were able to perform "Brotherhood" on a post-earthquake special for Music Station and donate work to Music for Relief's Download to Donate album, Koshi relayed that they began to understand everyone could do their part, bit by bit. This led to the band returning to the studio and creating the song as the first of their renewed sessions. Tak's original composition for the melody did not include the "C'mon" shout, but it was added at Koshi's suggestion and added emotional resonance. The song is light and upbeat and begins with acoustic guitar before transitioning to electric guitar. It was also the subject of a Pepsi NEX commercial that aired in the summer of 2011, filmed on the streets of a Los Angeles suburb. In addition to being played on all dates of the titular LIVE-GYM tour, the song made a surprise return during B'z LIVE-GYM Pleasure 2013 -ENDLESS SUMMER-.
  2. Sayonara Kizu Darake no Hibi yoGoodbye, Painful Days, さよなら傷だらけの日々よ
    With Pepsi's new ad slogan "GO NEXT!" in mind, "Sayonara Kizu Darake no Hibi yo" is a hard rock song about leaving an old life behind to begin a new one. It also marked the very first occasion in which B'z wrote a song specifically for a commercial. Koshi said that "with 'GO NEXT' in mind, I think I was able to successfully link its intended meaning to the lyrics". Tak added that he made the song with a sense of speed and refreshment in mind. When it came time to arrange the song, Tak said it was at first difficult to balance the heavy sound with the overall song. It was performed once on television and was used to open B'z LIVE-GYM 2011 -C'mon- and later appeared during the band's 2017 activities.
  3. Hito Shizuku no AnataJust A Little Bit of You, ひとしずくのアナタ
    As with other tracks on the album, "Hito Shizuka no Anata" grew into a harder rock song as recording progressed. The song is performed in Drop D tuning, which is very rare within the B'z catalogue. This came at Koshi's request, as he felt tuning down would result in a sound that was more fitting for the song itself. While anticipated by fans as a certain live hit, the song was performed only as part of the first leg of B'z LIVE-GYM 2011 -C'mon- and was removed from the setlist for the dome portion due to the band stating the audience reaction wasn't what they anticipated. It was thus excluded from its home video release as the show was filmed at a later show at Osaka Dome.
  4. Homebound
    Recorded in November 2010 as part of the recording sessions for C'mon, "Homebound" is a sentimental ballad. Koshi noted that "the lyrics were written after I took a good look at the clock. The scenario of the song came to me as a result of that." To promote the single, the song was used at the closing of broadcasts for TBS program NEWS23. The song previously appeared earlier in the year as a B-side to "Don't Wanna Lie".
  5. Don't Wanna Lie
    Written for the fifteenth Detective Conan movie, Quarter of Silence, "Don't Wanna Lie" was also featured in the franchise's anime series as well. The song was also prepared on the fly alongside "Sayonara Kizu Darake no Hibi yo". Tak said of the preparation of the song: "Since part of it was going to be used to open a TV series and would also be the ending to a movie, I tried to be conscious of the balance to the melody." Additionally, Koshi said the theme behind the lyrics was: "In life's vital moments, we shouldn't lie to ourselves." It was also reported in the August 2011 issue of the Sony Magazine WHAT's IN? that the tentative working title for the song was "Moment of Truth". Also available only to those that purchased both editions of the album was a special ballad version. Those that did receive this ballad version of the single did so on a separate mail-order CD. Said strings version of the title song has a runtime of 2:17 and ends shortly after the first chorus.
  6. DAREKASOMEBODY
    Used as the ending theme to NHK Educational TV's Seishun Real series, "DAREKA" was used as a crowd pleaser during LIVE-GYM 2011 -C'mon-. For the performances, Koshi led the crowd in a call and response clapping game depending on where they were seated. Interestingly, on the studio recording, supporting members Shane Gaalaas and Barry Sparks add interlude chorus vocals in Japanese near the end of the song. Shane used romanized Japanese to sing his part, while Barry prepared English phonetic equivalents to make it easier to perform the extended chorus. Koshi stated he felt this gave the track a unique feeling. Additionally, he said the lyrics came together after continuously making small refinements over time.
  7. Boss — ボス
    Completed after the 2011 earthquake disaster alongside the title song, "Boss" is one of two songs the members of the band thought were especially important. In fact, this was the last song to be recorded from the entire album. According to Koshi, the image of the lyrics came before the disaster; after hearing the melody, he thought mixing the two would create an interesting result though the actual lyrical content left him somewhat concerned. The lyrics are satirical in nature, being comprised mostly of thoughts by an imaginary leader of a country. The ending guitar solo riff was, as stated by Tak, an idea he had for elsewhere in the song that went unused. He later used this as an intro solo during the album's live tour.
  8. Too Young
    The only song from the album to not yet be performed live, "Too Young" became a unique entry in the B'z catalogue upon release. Tak stated he felt it was a "Showa period song" referring to Ryuukouka pop music from the mid 1900s. Koshi wasn't at first eager to sing on the track but Tak was convinced it would be a good result so they pressed ahead. With a wild energy and a Wurlitzer piano being used in a freeform style throughout, the song is in many ways a departure for the band's output. Longtime keyboard support member Takanobu Masuda expressed eagerness at being able to perform the song live, but it ultimately did not make the album tour and remains unperformed.
  9. Pilgrim — ピルグリム
    Used as an ending theme to the anime series Detective Conan, "Pilgrim" would mark the first occasion in which this was the case as previous contributions had been for opening segments and the franchise's film series. The song was only used for the month of August and came after earlier single "Don't Wanna Lie" was used for the series the same year. The track itself was completed and produced back in May 2010. Regarding the lyrics, Koshi stated, "When I heard the in-progress arrangement, I had an image of cherry blossoms scattered around while a car unseated them." This would be reflected in the opening line for the song:" Thousands of flower petals dancing in the wind; like pink butterflies, they traverse the roads ahead." The live version of the song used this imagery on the screen behind the band as well. The melody from the start of the song was used again later for the high point of the song, as Tak thought it would be better served there than be used to lead into the final chorus. Regarding the melody of the song, Tak said, "There was this idea for a melody for a long time, but I kept it for a long time. I used it while thinking it was finally time."
  10. The Meister — ザ・マイスター
    During the album's live tour, "The Meister" featured an extended call and response segment during the interlude preceding the final chorus. The segment later used for the call and response is, notably, recorded into the studio version as well in a much shorter form. The lyrics involve a great deal of wordplay, with Koshi saying, "It has a completely different atmosphere compared to the other songs, which makes it quite interesting."
  11. Dead End — デッドエンド
    Produced alongside "Sayonara Kizu Darake no Hibi yo", "Dead End" grew into a heavier and harder rock song as production went along and changes continued to be made. Koshi said that he had difficulty with the song and had to change his way of singing to get it right. Specifically, he had to repeat the first part of the melody over and over again. Though initially unperformed on the album's LIVE-GYM tour, it would be revived for the hall portion of B'z LIVE-GYM Pleasure 2013 -ENDLESS SUMMER- and was also featured on the limited edition of its home video package.
  12. MeimeiNaming, 命名
    As with fellow album song "Pilgrim", "Meimei" was produced in May 2010 in the midst of their solo activities. In contrast to fellow ballad "Homebound", the song is paced around the idea of a "royal road" ballad—a concept in Confucianism philosophy. Unsually for their methods, the original, provisional concept of the lyrics was already written by Koshi beforehand. When Tak demonstrated the song and its melody, Koshi felt it may fit and applied his original idea. The chord progression changed a great deal throughout production, with Tak claiming it was his favorite of the tracks to play. It is considered by the band the de factor album closer, not including the bonus version of "ultra soul" that follows. During the resulting tour, however, it was performed in the middle of the setlist.
  13. ultra soul 2011
    Building upon the arrangement of the 2007 re-recording of the song that was released only in western territories on iTunes, "ultra soul 2011" is a hard rock revision of the original single released in 2001. Undoubtedly the most popular B'z live song and having been performed on nearly every tour that has followed since its release, its inclusion here was considered by the band as a "bonus track" given it was recorded at the very end of the album's sessions. The original song had been associated with swimming since its original release was used as a tie-in promotion with TV Asahi's swimming championship coverage in 2001. Accordingly, this version was re-recorded to be used as the theme to TV Asahi's World Swimming Shanghai 2011 coverage. This would be the first reversion to be featured on a studio album since "BAD COMMUNICATION (000-18)" was featured on LOOSE in 1995. This revision was recorded during the same sessions that led to the title song and was undertaken when support members Barry Sparks and Shane Gaalaas returned for the band's Music Station appearance on April 1 to commemorate the Earthquake disaster. When re-arranging the song for this release, Koshi said, "I tried to actively pursue new ideas, but over time, it eventually got closer and closer to the original song. That made me aware of the power of this song again."

Special Editions

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C'mon CD & DVD Limited Editions
In addition to the CD album, the DVD edition came packaged with three full music videos. The title song, "C'mon", had previously had its full video published as one of the first videos uploaded to their official YouTube channel. Just prior to release, all three videos were made available on the channel though the latter two were later removed in favor of shortened versions prior to the release of B'z The Best XXV 1999-2012.

Music Videos

1. C'mon
2. Sayonara Kizu Darake no Hibi yo
3. Don't Wanna Lie

Reversion history

Original Song Reversion History
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.

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".

Live appearances

Live Performances

C'mon [39 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png TV Asahi Dream Festival 2011 [1/1 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png Pepsi NEX presents B'z 1DAY LIVE [1/1 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z LIVE-GYM 2011 -C'mon- [26/26 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z LIVE-GYM Pleasure 2013 -ENDLESS SUMMER- [11/30 SHOWS]
Sayonara Kizu Darake no Hibi yo [45 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z LIVE-GYM 2011 -long time no see- [3/3 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png TV Asahi Dream Festival 2011 [1/1 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png Pepsi NEX presents B'z 1DAY LIVE [1/1 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z LIVE-GYM 2011 -C'mon- [26/26 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z SHOWCASE 2017 -Hissatsu Hiokinin- [1/1 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z SHOWCASE 2017 -B'z In Your Town- [11/11 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png ROCK IN JAPAN FESTIVAL 2017 [1/1 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png RISING SUN ROCK FESTIVAL 2017 in EZO [1/1 SHOWS]
Hito Shizuku no Anata [17 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z LIVE-GYM 2011 -C'mon- [17/26 SHOWS]
Homebound [27 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png Pepsi NEX presents B'z 1DAY LIVE [1/1 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z LIVE-GYM 2011 -C'mon- [26/26 SHOWS]
Don't Wanna Lie [28 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png TV Asahi Dream Festival 2011 [1/1 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png Pepsi NEX presents B'z 1DAY LIVE [1/1 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z LIVE-GYM 2011 -C'mon- [26/26 SHOWS]
DAREKA [27 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png Pepsi NEX presents B'z 1DAY LIVE [1/1 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z LIVE-GYM 2011 -C'mon- [26/26 SHOWS]
Boss [27 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png Pepsi NEX presents B'z 1DAY LIVE [1/1 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z LIVE-GYM 2011 -C'mon- [26/26 SHOWS]
Too Young redx.png
Pilgrim [27 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png Pepsi NEX presents B'z 1DAY LIVE [1/1 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z LIVE-GYM 2011 -C'mon- [26/26 SHOWS]
The Meister [26 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z LIVE-GYM 2011 -C'mon- [26/26 SHOWS]
Dead End [20 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z SHOWCASE 2013 -Pleasure75- [1/1 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z LIVE-GYM Pleasure 2013 -ENDLESS SUMMER- [19/30 SHOWS]
Meimei [26 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z LIVE-GYM 2011 -C'mon- [26/26 SHOWS]
ultra soul [332 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z LIVE-GYM in Taipei & Hong Kong 2001 [4/4 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z SHOWCASE "Kobushi wo Nigire" [1/1 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z LIVE-GYM 2001 "ELEVEN" [46/46 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z SHOWCASE "SAPPORO DEVIL" [1/1 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png 2002 FIFA World Cup International Day Concert [1/1 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z LIVE-GYM 2002 "GREEN ~GO★FIGHT★WIN~" [18/18 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z LIVE-GYM 2002 "Rock n' California Roll" [3/3 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z SHOWCASE 2003 "IT'S SHOWCASE!!" [1/1 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z LIVE-GYM The Final Pleasure "IT'S SHOWTIME!!" [23/23 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z LIVE-GYM 2003 "BANZAI IN NORTH AMERICA" [7/7 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z SHOWCASE 2003 "BIG MACHINE" [1/1 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z LIVE-GYM 2003 "BIG MACHINE" [12/12 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z SHOWCASE 2005 "Abashiri Extra Edition" [1/1 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z LIVE-GYM 2005 "CIRCLE OF ROCK" [41/41 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z SHOWCASE 2006 "Yokosuka MONSTER" [1/1 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z LIVE-GYM 2006 "MONSTER'S GARAGE" [17/17 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z SHOWCASE 2007 -19- [6/6 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z SHOWCASE 2007 -B'z In Your Town- [3/7 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png SUMMER SONIC 07 [2/2 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z LIVE-GYM Pleasure 2008 -GLORY DAYS- [6/6 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z SHOWCASE 2009 -B'z In Your Town- [8/8 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png SUMMER SONIC 09 [2/2 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z LIVE-GYM 2010 "Ain't No Magic" [19/19 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z LIVE-GYM 2011 -long time no see- [3/3 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png TV Asahi Dream Festival 2011 [1/1 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png Pepsi NEX presents B'z 1DAY LIVE [1/1 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z LIVE-GYM 2011 -C'mon- [26/26 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png AEROSONIC [1/1 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z LIVE-GYM Pleasure 2013 -ENDLESS SUMMER- [17/30 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z Special LIVE at EX THEATER ROPPONGI [1/1 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z SHOWCASE 2015 -Shimonoseki Uchouten NIGHT- [1/1 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z LIVE-GYM 2015 -EPIC NIGHT- [40/40 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png ROCKROCK 20th ANNIVERSARY LIVE "ROCK BEYOND ROCK" [1/1 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z SHOWCASE 2015 -Shinagawa Uchouten NIGHT- [1/1 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png TV Asahi Dream Festival 2015 [1/1 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z SHOWCASE 2017 -Hissatsu Hiokinin- [1/1 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png B'z SHOWCASE 2017 -B'z In Your Town- [11/11 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png ROCK IN JAPAN FESTIVAL 2017 [1/1 SHOWS]
crossbracket.png RISING SUN ROCK FESTIVAL 2017 in EZO [1/1 SHOWS]

Home Videos

C'mon
crossbracket.png LIVE-GYM 2011 -C'mon-
crossbracket.png LIVE-GYM Pleasure 2013 -ENDLESS SUMMER-
Sayonara Kizu Darake no Hibi yo
crossbracket.png LIVE-GYM 2011 -long time no see-
crossbracket.png GO FOR IT, BABY Limited Edition DVD: Pepsi NEX 1DAY LIVE
crossbracket.png LIVE-GYM 2011 -C'mon-
crossbracket.png DINOSAUR Limited Edition: ROCK IN JAPAN FESTIVAL 2017
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Homebound
crossbracket.png LIVE-GYM 2011 -C'mon-
Don't Wanna Lie
crossbracket.png LIVE-GYM 2011 -C'mon-
DAREKA
crossbracket.png LIVE-GYM 2011 -C'mon-
Boss
crossbracket.png LIVE-GYM 2011 -C'mon-
Too Young redx.png novid.png
Pilgrim
crossbracket.png LIVE-GYM 2011 -C'mon-
The Meister
crossbracket.png LIVE-GYM 2011 -C'mon-
Dead End
crossbracket.png LIVE-GYM Pleasure 2013 -ENDLESS SUMMER- (Hall Tour)
Meimei
crossbracket.png LIVE-GYM 2011 -C'mon-
ultra soul
crossbracket.png LIVE-GYM 2002 "GREEN ~GO★FIGHT★WIN~"
crossbracket.png LIVE-GYM 2002 "Rock n' California Roll"
crossbracket.png LIVE-GYM Final Pleasure "IT'S SHOWTIME!!"
crossbracket.png LIVE-GYM 2003 "BANZAI IN NORTH AMERICA"
crossbracket.png Hidden Pleasure: LIVE-GYM 2005 "CIRCLE OF ROCK"
crossbracket.png Pleasure II Limited Edition: LIVE-GYM 2003 "BIG MACHINE"
crossbracket.png LIVE-GYM Pleasure 2008 -GLORY DAYS-
crossbracket.png LIVE-GYM 2010 "Ain't No Magic"
crossbracket.png SHOWCASE 2007 -19-
crossbracket.png LIVE-GYM 2011 -C'mon-
crossbracket.png LIVE-GYM 2011 -long time no see-
crossbracket.png LIVE-GYM 2005 -CIRCLE OF ROCK-
crossbracket.png LIVE-GYM 2001 -ELEVEN-
crossbracket.png LIVE-GYM Pleasure 2013 -ENDLESS SUMMER-
crossbracket.png LIVE-GYM 2015 -EPIC NIGHT-
crossbracket.png TV Asahi Dream Festival 2015
crossbracket.png DINOSAUR Limited Edition: ROCK IN JAPAN FESTIVAL 2017

Sales data

No. Cover Album Physical Copies Sold Chart Positions Certification
FIRST WEEK LIFETIME WEEK MONTH YEAR
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C'mon
2011.07.27

272,397+

383,428+

1

2 (July)
4 (August)

11

Platinum

Personnel

B'z

Support Members

Production