Takahiro "Tak" Matsumoto and Koshi Inaba, the Asian rock superstars known as B'z, are the best-selling artists in Japanese music history, charting 46 consecutive No. 1 singles over the course of their 20-year career. And now they're diving into the U.S. market with a self-titled mini-album, featuring English-language versions of their biggest hits. B'z
includes the newly-released single, "Into Free -Dangan-" featured in the video game, Dragon's Dogma
, while the album's opening track, "Love Bomb," was originally titled "Ai no Bakudan" and was a No. 1 hit in Japan in 2005. Their concert shows, called "Live Gyms," feature plenty of arena-rock pyrotechnics, along with Matsumoto's stellar guitar shredding and Inaba's energetic vocalizing. In fact, Matsumoto is recognized as one of the world's best guitarists -- his side project with jazz guitarist Larry Carlton won a Best Pop Instrumental Album at the 2011 Grammys, and he's only the fifth six-stringer in history to be awarded his own signature model Les Paul.
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