Mai Kuraki x Meitantei Conan Collaboration Best 21: Shinjitsu wa Itsumo Uta ni Aru! (倉木麻衣×名探偵コナン COLLABORATION BEST 21 -真実はいつも歌にある！-) is the fourth Greatest Hits album released by Japanese singer and song-writer Mai Kuraki released in 25 October 2017 under Northern Music label. This album includes all 21 theme songs performed for Anime television series Detective Conan. On July 2017, Mai singer Mai Kuraki was given the Guiness World Record award for “most theme songs performed by a single artist for an anime series”. The album will release in two versions: a limited 2CD+DVD edition and a regular 2CD edition. DVD edition will include on-air videoclips of opening and ending themes without credits. Catalog Number VNCM-9036/7 (regular edition)
Disc 1 1. Secret of my heart 2. Start in my life 3. always 4. Winter Bells 5. Time after time~花舞う街で~ 6. 風のららら 7. Growing of my heart 8. 白い雪 9. 一秒ごとに Love for you 10. Revive
Disc 2 1. 渡月橋 ~君 想ふ~ 2. YESTERDAY LOVE 3. SAWAGE ☆ LIFE 4. DYNAMITE 5. 無敵なハート 6. TRY AGAIN 7. 恋に恋して 8. Your Best Friend 9. Tomorrow is the last Time 10. SUMMER TIME GONE 11. PUZZLE
Seimei/Still Alive (声明, Declaration) is the fifty-third single by B’z and their third double A-side, released on June 14, 2015. It is their first since 2015’s non-album single “RED” and stands as the single with the most unique tracks in their catalogue. The single also collects digital singles “Sekai wa Anata no Iro ni Naru” and “Fukiarenasai” for the first time on a physical B’z release, which were released in October and November of 2016 respectively. Both songs served as themes to feature films, with the former being featured in the 2016 anime film Detective Conan: The Darknes Nightmare and later as the opening to the corresponding television series and the latter in the action-comedy film Shippu Rondo. Released June 14, 2017
Tracklist 1. Seimei — Declaration, 声明 2. Still Alive 3. Sekai wa Anata no Iro ni Naru — The Color This World Will Take Depends on You, 世界はあなたの色になる Sekai wa Anata no Iro ni Naru is a song by B’z. The song is the 43rd opening of the anime and is also the ending theme for the 20th movie, The Darkest Nightmare. It was released as a digital download on October 4, 2016. The fifth movie theme provided by the band for the Detective Conan film franchise, “Sekai wa Anata no Iro ni Naru” is a special entry for several reasons. The darker tone of the music intentionally contrasts with other songs B’z have contributed to the series. In the writing and recording process, Koshi noted that they aimed to create a different sort of song because the movie itself intended to center in on some of the “darker parts of Conan’s story”. 4. Fukiarenasai — Blow Violently, フキアレナサイ Envisioned as a winter version of “ultra soul”, “Fukiarenasei” was written for the action film Shippu Rondo. Due to both members’ ongoing solo projects, the song was recorded and produced separately while Koshi worked with Stevie Salas in Tokyo and Tak worked with Daniel Ho in Los Angeles. The track features Jason Sutter and occasional B’z collaborator Juan Alderete on drums and bass, respectively, with the former having worked with Tak during production on enigma and on tour for Tak Matsumoto Tour 2016 -The Voyage-.
Detective Conan : The Crimson Love Letter (Movie #21) Original Soundtrack 劇場版『名探偵コナン から紅の恋歌』オリジナルサウンドトラック Gekijouban “Meitantei Conan Karakurenai no Love Letter” Original Soundtrack Catalog Number JBCJ-9060 Release Date Apr 12, 2017
Rumaniamania is the debut studio album by Japanese J-Pop group Rumania Montevideo. The album was released on June 16, 1999 by Giza Studio label. The album reached #9 rank in Oricon for first week. It charted for 6 weeks and totally sold 92,360 copies. Still for your love: ending theme for anime Detective Conan (ED7). Catalog Number GZCA-1007
The themes of every Detective Conan film has been included on an album “劇場版名探偵コナン主題歌集 ～”20″ All Songs～ / Gekijouban Meitantei Detective Conan Shudaika-shu ~All 20 Songs~” (“Detective Conan Film Theme Song Collection ~All 20 Songs~”)!
This album was released on Mar. 22, and it includes everything from “Happy Birthday” by Kyoko for the first Detective Conan film, Detective Conan: Tokei Jikake no Matenrou (1997), to “Sekai wa Anata no Iro ni Naru” by B’z from last year’s Detective Conan: Junkoku no Nightmare. Catalog Number JBCZ-9045/6
Disc 1 01. Happy Birthday / Kyoko 02. Shoujo no Koro ni Modotta Mitai ni / ZARD 03. ONE / B’z 04. Anata ga Iru kara / Komatsu Miho 05. always / Kuraki Mai 06. Everlasting / B’z 07. Time after time ~Hana Mau Machi de~ / Kuraki Mai 08. Dream×Dream / Aiuchi Rina 09. Natsu wo Matsu Sail no You ni / ZARD 10. Yuruginai Mono no Hitotsu / B’z
Disc 2 01. Nanatsu no Umi wo Wataru Kaze no You ni / Aiuchi Rina & Saegusa Yuuka 02. Tsubasa wo Hirogete / ZARD 03. PUZZLE / Kuraki Mai 04. Over Drive / GARNET CROW 05. Don’t Wanna Lie / B’z 06. Haru Uta / Ikimono Gakari 07. One More Time / Saito Kazuyoshi 08. Love Searchlight / Shibasaki Kou 09. Oh! Rival / Porno Graffitti 10. Sekai wa Anata no Iro ni Naru / B’z
Detective Conan Movie 01 : Tokei Jikake no Matenrou (Film – 1997) Detective Conan Movie 02 : 14 banme no target (Film – 1998) Detective Conan Movie 03 : Seiki Matsu no Majutsushi (Film – 1999) Detective Conan Movie 04 : Hitomi no Naka no Ansatsu (Film – 2000) Detective Conan Movie 05 : Tengoku e no Count Down (Film – 2001) Detective Conan Movie 06 : Baker Street no Bourei (Film – 2002) Detective Conan Movie 07 : Meikyuu no Crossroad (Film – 2003) Detective Conan Movie 08 : Gin’yoku no Magician (Film – 2004) Detective Conan Movie 09 : Suiheisenjyou no Sutorateeji (Film – 2005) Detective Conan Movie 10 : Tanteitachi no Requiem (Film – 2006) Detective Conan Movie 11 : Konpeki no Jolly Roger (Film – 2007) Detective Conan Movie 12 : Senritsu no Full Score (Film – 2008) Detective Conan Movie 13 : Shikkoku no Chaser (Film – 2009) Detective Conan Movie 14 : Tenkuu no Lost Ship (Film – 2010) Detective Conan Movie 15 : Chinmoku no Quarter (Film – 2011) Detective Conan Movie 16 : 11 Nin-me no Striker (Film – 2012) Detective Conan Movie 17 : Zekkai no Private Eye (Film – 2013) Detective Conan Movie 18 : Ijigen no Sniper (Film – 2014) Detective Conan Movie 19 : Gouka no Himawari (Film – 2015) Detective Conan Movie 20 : Junkoku no Nightmare (Film – 2016)