- Style:Blues Rock, Jazz-Rock, Hard Rock, Pop Rock, Ballad
- Date of release:
- Size FLAC version1321 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1742 megabytes
- Size WMA version1873 megabytes
- Formats:MIDI AIFF FLAC DXD RA MOD APE
C'mon is the eighteenth studio album for the Japanese rock duo B'z. It was released on July 27, 2011. It debuted at the spot on the Japanese Oricon music charts, and by the end of its first week of sales, the album had sold 272,000 copies In addition, sales of C'mon pushed the band's total career record sales to over 80 million albums and singles, a first in Japanese music history
Released date 27 July 2011. Labels Vermillion Records. Music StyleHard Rock. Members owning this album1. 2. Sayonara Kizu Darake no Hibi yo (?) 3. Hitoshizuku no Anata (?)
C'mon is short for "come on". C'mon may also refer to: "C'Mon" (Kesha song), 2012. C'Mon" (Mario song), 2003. C'Mon" (The Screaming Jets song), 1990. C'mon"/"Jo-Anna Says", a 2005 single by Per Ges. "C'mon! C'mon!" (Bronski Beat song), 1986. C'mon C'mon" (Def Leppard song), 2008. C'mon C'mon" (The Von Bondies song), 2004. C'mon", a 2010 song by Tiësto and Diplo
The twenty-first B’z album NEW LOVE has debuted at the top of the Oricon charts with 207,000 physical copies. Though not led by a single (a first for them) and with the continued decline of physical sales for non-idol groups, the album outsold 2017’s DINOSAUR and almost matched EPIC DAY without television appearances or extensive marketing. Oricon reports B’z album sales are now at 46,872,000.
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Y'all ready fo' me? I wanna know your name and I wanna know if you gotta man I wanna know. I wanna know everything I wanna know your number And if I can come over and I wanna know whatcha like. I wanna know so I can do it all night Butcha tellin' me I'm just a friend Tellin' me I'm just a friend. Oh, baby, you got what I need (Got what I need) But you say I'm just a friend (Say I'm just a friend)
Band Name Low. Album Name C'mon.
C'mon is the eighteenth studio album by the Japanese rock duo B'z. It debuted at the spot on the Japanese Oricon music charts, and by the end of its first week of sales, the album had sold 272,000 copies. It also reached at the Billboard Japan Top Albums. In addition, sales of C'mon pushed the duo's total record sales to over 80 million albums and singles, a first in Japanese music history.
Released date 27 July 2011. Hitoshizuku no Anata (?)
B’z – C’mon Released: 2011 Genre: Rock Bitrate: FLAC & MP3 V0 VBR. Rar, 349 mb; rar, 394 mb. Tracklist: 01. C’mon 02. さよなら傷だらけの日々よ 03. ひとしずくのアナタ 04. Homebound 05. Don’t Wanna Lie 0. Akiko Yano x Hiromi Uehara – Ramen Na Onnatachi -LIVE IN TOKYO-. Oh, baby, you got what I need (Got what I need) But you say I'm just a friend (Say I'm just a friend)
C'mon is the ninth full-length album by indie rock band Low. It was released on April 12, 2011 (April 11 in Europe) on Sub Pop records. The album was recorded at Sacred Heart Studio, a former Catholic church in Duluth, Minnesota, where the band previously recorded 2002's Trust. The album includes guest contributions from Nels Cline (lap steel, guitar), Caitlin Moe of Trans-Siberian Orchestra (violin) and Dave Carroll of Trampled by Turtles (banjo).
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The twenty-first B’z album NEW LOVE has debuted at the top of the Oricon charts with 207,000 physical copies.
|5||Don't Wanna Lie||4:06|
|13||Ultra Soul 2011||3:49|
|Limited DVD -Music Videos-|
|DVD-3||Don't Wanna Lie|
- Bass – Barry Sparks (tracks: 1-7, 9-13)
- Bass [Wood Bass] – Ric Fierabracci (tracks: 8)
- Drums – Shane Gaalaas
- Guitar – Tak Matsumoto
- Keyboards [Wurlitzer] – Akira Onozuka (tracks: 8)
- Lyrics By – Koshi Inaba
- Music By – Tak Matsumoto
- Organ – Akira Onozuka (tracks: 6, 7)
- Piano – Akira Onozuka (tracks: 6, 12)
- Producer – Tak Matsumoto
- Saxophone – Kazuki Katsuta (tracks: 6, 8, 10)
- Strings – Maiko Sugiyama (tracks: 4,5,9,12)
- Trombone – Hiroyuki Nomura (tracks: 6, 8)
- Trumpet – Futoshi Kobayashi (tracks: 6, 8)
- Vocals – Koshi Inaba
NotesB'z 18th album.
This is the limited edition. Includes a DVD with music videos. All videos are avilable on the band's official Youtube channel. (http://www.youtube.com/user/Bz)
Includes special card that gives access to a giveaway to a special show held by B'z and their sponsor Pepsi Nex. This card also give access to free wallpapers as a present. Time limit is September 6, 2011. The card might not exist with the album anymore after said time limit.
DVD does NOT have a separate catalog number.
Romaji Tracklist :
2. Sayonara Kizu Darake No Hibi Yo
3. Hito Shizuku No Anata
10. The Meister
11. Dead End
12. Mei Mei
DVD2. Sayonara Kizu Darake No Hibi Yo
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 4 582283 794358
|BMCV-8035||B'z||C'mon (CD, Album)||Vermillion Records||BMCV-8035||Japan||2011|