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Shōnan no Kaze discography
Studio albums4
Compilation albums2
Video albums2
Music videos13
Singles11
B-sides9

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Studio albums[edit]

YearAlbum InformationOricon
Albums
Charts
[1]
Reported
sales[1]
2003Shōnan no Kaze: Real Riders (湘南乃風~Real Riders~)
  • Released: July 30, 2003
  • Label: Toy's Factory (TFCC-86138)
  • Formats: CD, digital download
6061,000
2004Shōnan no Kaze: Ragga Parade (湘南乃風~ラガパレード~)
  • Released: August 18, 2004
  • Label: Toy's Factory (TFCC-86165)
  • Formats: CD, digital download
5189,000
2006Shōnan no Kaze: Riders High (湘南乃風 ~Riders High~)
  • Released: August 30, 2006
  • Label: Toy's Factory (TFCC-86204)
  • Formats: CD, digital download
1501,373
2009Shōnan no Kaze: Joker (湘南乃風 ~JOKER~)
  • Released: April 8, 2009
  • Label: Toy's Factory (TFCC-86295)
  • Formats: CD, digital download
1236,000

Compilation albums[edit]

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YearAlbum InformationOricon
Albums
Charts
[1]
Reported
sales[1]
2006Massive B Meets Shōnan no Kaze: Osu!! Kyokutō Dancehall-han (マッシヴ・B・ミーツ・湘南乃風-押忍!!極東ダンスホール塾, Massive B meets Shōnan no Kaze: Hey! Far East Dancehall Edition)
  • Dancehall artists compilation selected by Shōnan no Kaze.
  • Released: February 22, 2006
  • Label: Fiveman Army (FMAR-29)
  • Formats: CD, digital download
1613,600
2007134°C Toketa Manma de Icchatte! Senkyoku Shōnan no Kaze (134℃溶けたまんまでイッちゃって!選曲 湘南乃風, Just Thawed at 134°C! Song Selection Shōnan no Kaze)
  • Dancehall artists compilation selected by Shōnan no Kaze.
  • Released: July 18, 2007
  • Label: Fiveman Army (POCE-15510)
  • Formats: CD, digital download
4314,000
2010Shōnan no Kaze: Shōnan Bakuon Breaks! Mixed by the BK Sound by Shōnan no Kaze (湘南乃風 ~湘南爆音BREAKS! ~mixed by The BK Sound, Shōnan Roar Breaks!)
  • Mix CD featuring Shōnan no Kaze's uptempo songs.
  • Released: August 4, 2010
  • Label: Toy's Factory (TFCC-86330)
  • Formats: CD, digital download
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Singles[edit]

ReleaseTitleNotesChart positionsOricon
sales
[1]
Album
Oricon Singles Charts
[1]
BillboardJapan Hot 100*
[2]
RIAJ digital tracks*
[3]
2003'Real Riders'Radio single.Shōnan no Kaze: Real Riders
2004'Ōenka/Kaze' (応援歌/風, Cheering Song/Wind)1970,000Shōnan no Kaze: Ragga Parade
'Hare Densetsu' (晴伝説, Sunny Legend)1343,000
2005'Karasu' (カラス, Crow)1069,000Shōnan no Kaze: Riders High
'Saboten' (覇王樹, Cactus)1544,000
2006'Junrenka' (純恋歌, Pure Love Song)2550,000
2007'Suirenka' (睡蓮花, Water Lily)2119,000Shōnan no Kaze: Joker
2008'Ōgon Soul' (黄金魂, Ōgon Sōru, Gold Soul)674,000
'Koi Shigure' (恋時雨, Love Shower)6552,000
2009'Tomo yo' (親友よ, I'm Your Friend)101525,000
2010'Gachizakura' (ガチ桜, Elegant Cherry Blossom)811229,000Shōnan no Kaze: Single Best
2011'Bomberman' (爆音男 〜BOMBERMAN〜)420,000
2012'Entenka' (炎天夏, 'Summer Under Burning Sun')77116,000Shōnan no Kaze ~2013~
'Setsugekka' (雪月花, 'Snow Moon Flower')12
2013'Just Live More'Kamen Rider Gaim theme song as 'Gaim no Kaze'68TBA
'Your Song'Kamen Rider Gaim: Great Soccer Battle! Golden Fruits Cup! ending song as 'Gaim no Kaze'1685
2014'Puzzle' (パズル)868,888Shōnan no Kaze: COME AGAIN
2015'Bubble' (バブル)Yakuza 0 theme song14
2019'Ichibanka' (一番歌)Yakuza: Like a Dragon theme song; in collaboration with Yasutaka NakataN/A

*Japan Hot 100 established February 2008, RIAJ Digital Track Chart established April 2009.†still charting.

DVDs[edit]

  • Kaze Densestu: Itsumo Dareka no Sei ni Shite Bakkari Datta Ore Tour 2006 (風伝説 いつも誰かのせいにしてばっかりだった俺TOUR 2006, Wind Legend: Me that was Always Just Doing Things for Others Tour 2006)
  • Kaze Densestu: Nureta Manma de Icchatte Tour '09 (風伝説~濡れたまんまでイッちゃってTOUR '09~, Wind Legend: Gotta Be Still Wet Tour '09)

References[edit]

  1. ^ abcdef'オリコンランキング情報サービス「you大樹」'. Oricon. Retrieved 2010-02-26. (subscription only)
  2. ^'Hot 100|JAPAN Charts|Billboard JAPAN' (in Japanese). Billboard.
  3. ^有料音楽配信チャート (in Japanese). RIAJ.
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OriginKanagawa Prefecture, Japan
GenresJ-pop, reggae, dancehall, hip hop, ska punk, EDM
Years active2001–present
Labels134 Recordings (2001–2003)
Toy's Factory (2003–2018)
Universal Music Japan (2020-present)
WebsiteShonan no Kaze Official Website
MembersRed Rice
Wakadanna
Shock Eye
Han-Kun
Past membersGoki
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Shōnan no Kaze (湘南乃風, Shōnan Wind) is a Japanese four member reggae band. They are best known for their 2006 hit song Junrenka (純恋歌, Pure Love Song), which was one of the top songs of 2006.[1] They sold 2.5 million copies in Japan.

Biography[edit]

Han-kun of Shōnan no Kaze performing at the Hibiki Music Festival 2009.

The band's roots were first formed when Red Rice and Han-kun first performed together in Shōnan in central coastal Japan.[2] Han-kun first formed an interest in reggae after by chance hearing Buju Banton's song 'Untold Stories' in a friend's girlfriend's car, after coming home from a dance.[2] Red Rice was a casual fan of reggae/hip-hop, until attending festivals which made him develop a great love of these genres.[2] The pair met Shock Eye while performing, who previously worked as a hip-hop DJ.[2] Shock Eye was friends with Wakadanna in high school, and met him again by chance in Shōnan. Wakadanna had been managing a reggae bar in Shōnan.[2]

From 2001 onwards, the band worked together, having songs featured on compilation albums and collaborating with other artists.[3] The band made their major label debut in 2003, under Toy's Factory.[4]

The band's second album Shōnan no Kaze: Ragga Parade reached #5 on Oricon charts, after two top 20 singles.[1] The band had a hit song in 2006, 'Junrenka' (純恋歌, Pure Love Song). It sold over 520,000 copies and was the 8th biggest hit of 2006.[1] The follow-up album, Shōnan no Kaze: Riders High, reached #1.[1]

The band has had other hits since then, such as 'Ōgon Soul,' 'Koi Shigure' and 'Gachi-zakura.'[1] The band's 4th album, Shōnan no Kaze: Joker, reached #1 on Oricon charts as well.[1]

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In 2012, the group provided the song 'Born to be Wild' from their 2012 Entenka album for their first Yakuza title, Kurohyō 2: Ryū ga Gotoku Ashura hen (Japanese: クロヒョウ2 龍が如く 阿修羅編, lit. 'Black Panther: Like a Dragon Ashura Chapter'), for the final boss fight with Nozaki Ryo. The song is also part of the game's official soundtrack.

Han-kun released a solo-album in 2008.[4] The band released the first of their planned 'Best of' albums on March 6, 2013.

In 2013, the group provided the song 'Just Live More' for the TV series Kamen Rider Gaim under the name Gaim no Kaze (鎧武乃風, Gaimu no Kaze).

In 2015, the group provided the opening song for their second Yakuza game Yakuza 0, titled 'Bubble', and its ending, titled 'Kurenai'.

In 2016, the group provided the opening and closing themes 'Ike! Tiger Mask' and 'KING OF THE WILD' for the anime series Tiger Mask W.

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In 2018, the group provided the opening theme for the anime series Grand Blue.

In 2020, the group then provided the opening song for their third Yakuza titleYakuza: Like a Dragon, titled 'Ichibanka'.

Discography[edit]

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Studio albums[edit]

  1. 2003: Shōnan no Kaze: Real Riders
  2. 2004: Shōnan no Kaze: Ragga Parade
  3. 2006: Shōnan no Kaze: Riders High
  4. 2009: Shōnan no Kaze: Joker

Compilation albums[edit]

  1. 2006: Massive B Meets Shōnan no Kaze: Osu!! Kyokutō Dancehall-han
  2. 2007: 134°C Toketa Manma de Icchatte! Senkyoku Shōnan no Kaze
  3. 2010: Shōnan no Kaze: Shōnan Bakuon Breaks! Mixed by the BK Sound by Shōnan no Kaze
  4. 2013: Shōnan no Kaze ~Single Best~

References[edit]

  1. ^ abcdef'オリコンランキング情報サービス「you大樹」'. Oricon. Retrieved 2010-02-26. (subscription only)
  2. ^ abcde'Artist :: 湘南乃風'. Toy's Factory. Retrieved 2010-02-26.
  3. ^'基本情報 - 湘南乃風'. Tsutaya. Retrieved 2010-02-26.
  4. ^ ab'湘南乃風 Official Web Site'. 134Recordings. Archived from the original on 2008-02-17. Retrieved 2010-02-26.

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External links[edit]

  • Official Site(in Japanese)
  • Toy's Factory Label Site(in Japanese)

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