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Greatest Hits 1991-2016 ~All Singles +~ is the seventh best album by Japanese pop singer and songwriter Maki Ohguro released on 23 November 2016 under Being Inc. label.
Sang My Thang is Toshinori Yonekura's 13th original studio album. The album came three years after his last full-length original album, "Roots Of Style." All songs appearing on the album are written and composed by Yonekura and the album was executively produced by pop singer and collaborator, Maki Ohguro.
In 2011, former Jackson 5 member Tito Jackson recorded a cover of the song, and Filipino acoustic band MYMP released their version on the album "The Unreleased Acoustic Collection" and again on "Back to Acoustic" in 2013. Japanese singer Maki Ohguro (大黒 摩季 Ōguro Maki) released her version on the album Best of the Best.
Stop Motion is the debut studio album and EP of Japanese J-pop singer and songwriter Maki Ohguro. It was released on 24 June 1992 under EMI Music Japan. Album includes her debut single which has the same title as album, "Stop Motion'". The album reached No. 58 rank first week and charted for two weeks and selling a 9,000 copies.
A memorial service for fans was held on June 27 in a funeral hall in Aoyama, Tokyo. On the previous day, a memorial service for the people concerned was held and Maki Ohguro and Tetsuro Oda etc. attended at this. At the same time, Tak Matsumoto and Koshi Inaba of B'z, Mai Kuraki and Shigeo Nagashima announced memorial comments for her.
The release is divided into two versions - regular one (with CD code JBCZ-9035/7) which contains 3CDs. First press edition (with CD code JBCZ-9038/41) contains 5 CDS- 4 CD contains music and 5th CD is DVD which contains Maki Ohguro 90’s Music Video Collection.
d-project is a Japanese cover band under the Giza Studio label. The band was formed to celebrate 25th anniversary of Zard's debut and in first album arranged popular songs. Famous arrangers and composed were grouped with guest vocalist Maki Ohguro and guest mc Ken. The first album "d-project with ZARD" was released on 30 May 2016. The album reached #33 rank first week and totally charted for 3 weeks.
This album includes all singles which has released so far, selected tracks from studio albums and exclusively 2 new songs - "Higher↗︎Higher↗︎" which was released in August 2016 as digital single; and "My will -Sekai wa Kaerarenakutemo-". This album was released to promote Maki's resume of music activities after 6 years of hiatus. It's also first album which was released under Being since 1999 with her second best album "Maki Ohguro Best of Best ~All Singles Collection~".
The period between around 1990 and 1993 was dominated by artists from the Being agency, including B'z, Tube, B.B.Queens, T-Bolan, Zard, Wands, Maki Ohguro, Deen, and Field of View. They were called the . Many of those artists topped the charts and established new records, notably B'z, which eventually established a new record for consecutive number-one singles, surpassing Seiko Matsuda's record. B'z is, at present, the biggest selling artist of all time, according to Oricon charts. On the other hand, Wands, regarded as a pioneer of the "J-pop Boom" of the 1990s, had trouble because member Show Wesugi wanted to play alternative rock/grunge.
Da Da Da (stylized as DA・DA・DA) is the second studio album by Japanese J-pop singer and songwriter Maki Ohguro. It was released on 28 April 1993 under B-Gram Records, on same day as the fourth single, "Wakaremashou Watashi Kara Kieteshimau Anata kara", which'll be included on the next album. This is the first album released by Being Inc.. Album includes two singles, Dakara and Chotto, which raised her popularity as singer. The album reached No. 2 in its first week on the Oricon chart. The album charted for 42 weeks and sold 746,000 copies.
Six musical themes are used through all the series: two opening themes and the four ending themes. by Baad is used as the opening theme for the first 61 episodes. by ZYYG replaces it as opening theme for episodes 62-101. by Maki Ohguro is used as the ending theme for the first 27 episodes. by Wands follows it as the ending for episodes 28-49. by Manish replaces it during episodes 50-81 and by Zard in episodes 82-101. The remaining music was composed by Takanobu Masuda. Three CDs soundtracks were published during the airing of the series in Japan.
"Anything Goes!" is a song by Japanese recording artist Maki Ohguro, her 32nd single in her over twenty-year-long career. The song serves as the opening theme of the 2010-2011 Kamen Rider Series "Kamen Rider OOO". The single for the song was released on November 17, 2010, as a standard CD release and a CD+DVD release featuring the music video for the song. On September 15, 2010, Avex released the opening sequence edit of the song to digital music outlets. The single includes 3 variations of the song: the single cut, a ska edit, and the instrumental track. Japan-based rapper Rah-D is featured on the track. "Anything Goes!" is Maki Ohguro's first single in 11 years to break the top 10 of the Oricon at number 7, after selling 33,000 copies in its first week of release.
A closed memorial service was held on 26 June at a funeral hall in Aoyama, Tokyo for members of the entertainment industry. This was attended by celebrities such as Maki Ohguro (another female vocalist who, like Sakai, rarely appears in public and writes most of her own material). Almost as if to illustrate Sakai’s impact on the Japanese music scene and the depth of her presence, singers Tak Matsumoto and Koshi Inaba, members of the popular B'z group, pop-singer Mai Kuraki, and even baseball giant Shigeo Nagashima all left moving messages of their encounters with Sakai. Singers Hikaru Utada and Nanase Aikawa, though not personally acquainted with Sakai, also issued memorial statements on their official web pages, describing how Sakai’s death had shocked them.
Shinya played drums for the track "Back Line Best" on his fellow Luna Sea bandmate J's 1997 debut solo album, "Pyromania". Also in 1997, Shinya started a solo career where he was vocalist and drummer, his first release was the single "Rakkasuru Taiyou" released on September 26. The single "Hyôryûsha" followed on November 21, however, since the release of his first album "No Sticks" in December 1997, there hasn't been any material released by his solo career. After Luna Sea disbanded in 2000, Shinya worked as support drummer for musicians such as Miyavi, Nanase Aikawa, Maki Ohguro, Kyosuke Himuro, and numerous others. He also occasionally teaches drums to students at the Osaka School of Music.
The Dome hosted the opening ceremonies to the 2007 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships on February 22 and hosted the closing ceremonies of the championships on March 4. It also made history as being the first venue where both indoor and nighttime skiing events took place for the first time on a world championship or Winter Olympic Games level with competitions in the cross country skiing sprints (men's and women's individual, and men's and women's team) and the cross country portion of the 7.5 km sprint event in the nordic combined. In order to generate snow, the stadium used its turf conversion hovering system to facilitate the snow making process for the skiing competitions. The opening ceremony featured Maki Ohguro, a local artist from Sapporo, Japanese drum demonstrations and other performances paying tributes to local customs and traditions. For the championships, seating capacity was reduced to 30,000.
She capitalized on the attention received from her duet with artist Andy Hui, "Do you really have me in your heart?" (其實你心裡有沒有我), winning the 1993 Jade Solid Gold Top 10 Awards with that song. Cheng then went through a transformation, dying her hair orange, changing her style. Her 4th studio album "Sammi's Happy Maze" (鄭秀文的快樂迷宮) was also released, which include the hit single "Chotto Matte" (Chotto 等等). Her new image fitted well with the new single, which was a remake of a Japanese song by Maki Ohguro. The success helped Sammi and boosted her singing career. In 1994 she continued to capitalize on her wild, new image. Her first album of that year was "Big Revenge" (大報復). The album included the hit "Ding Dong" (叮噹), which became one of Sammi's signature songs. But with her new fame also came a lot of backlash from the media. Critics argued that Sammi purposely westernized her Cantonese. Instead of saying "Ding Dong", Sammi pronounced it as "Deen Dong". Despite the criticism, the song was one of the most popular dance songs of that year. In 1994 the racy and controversial cut of "Ten Commandments" (十誡) was banned from the radio for a few days after its initial airplay of the track including tiny bits of what can be recognized as pornography soundtrack. In 1995 Cheng disappeared from the public eye for nearly half a year. Later that year, it was revealed that Warner Music Group had signed her. She let her hair color return to black and temporarily abandoned the wild image she used to have.