Uverworld

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Uverworld
Origin Kusatsu, Shiga, Japan
Genres
Years active 2000 (2000)–present
Labels gr8! records
Associated acts Sangoku Road
Website www.uverworld.com
Members Takuya∞
Katsuya
Akira
Nobuto
Shintarō
Seika

Uverworld (stylized as UVERworld) is a Japanese rock band consisting of six members and originating from Kusatsu, Shiga. "Uverworld" is a term coined by the band members, combining the German word "über" (meaning "over") with the English word "world" to form a phrase that means "crossing above the world".[1] They have released nine studio albums and over twenty singles, all of them being quite successful. They have sold over three million records worldwide. Influenced by 1960s rock bands like The Beatles, The Zombies, and The Beach Boys. Its style became so popular it was later influenced by The Cookies, The Kinks, and The Cramps. Vocalist Takuya cited Frank Sinatra, Queen, David Bowie, Weezer, Green Day, and later My Chemical Romance as one of the influences for the band.

History

2000–2005: Beginnings and debut

The five-member band known as Uverworld first formed in 2002, and were known as Sound Goku Road, (more popularly known as "Sangoku Road" in the independent music scene).[2][3] The band originally consisted of seven members, and released Prime'03, a demo CD which ended up selling 3,000 copies. Unfortunately, two of the band members, the saxophonist Seika, and Ryohei the second-man vocalist left. After Seika's departure, Ace∞Trigger renamed himself Takuya∞ and the band renamed itself Uverworld.

According to an interview with the band there was another vocalist who left the band, however this vocalist hasn't yet been identified. It seems that this vocalist may have left the band quite some time before Seika did, as Seika is the only one of the two credited on the demo CD and pictured with very early live photos of the band pre-Uverworld. When the band sent a message for the way that Fall Out Boy vocalist Patrick Stump would become the new version of him.

The year 2005 was the year that the band signed with the label Gr8! Records, which is under Sony Music Records.[4] The band made their debut with the single "D-tecnolife", which was the second opening theme for the anime Bleach.[5] The single made its debut in the Oricon charts at the fourth spot with 32,000 copies together with Mr. Children's twenty-seventh single, "Yonjigen Four Dimensions" (四次元 Four Dimensions) on the top spot.[6] The single then later dropped to seventh place in the second week with 16,306 copies sold.[7] The third week in the Oricon charts saw the single dropped 2 places to the ninth spot with 13,761 copies.[8] The single lasted five weeks in the Top 30 weekly singles ranking.[9][10] The single's sales and Chaku-Uta Full (着うたフル) downloads were certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of Japan.[11][12]

Three months later, Uverworld's second single, "Chance!" was used as the commercial and opening theme for second PSP game of Bleach: Heat the Soul series.[13] The band's second single first entered the Oricon charts on the fifth spot with 14,150 copies.[14] The single later dropped to the 23rd spot selling 6,360 copies on the second week.[15] The single's ranking remained the same, however the number of copies sold on the third week was fewer than the previous week with 5,495 copies.[16] The single only managed to stay on the Top 30 weekly singles ranking for three weeks.

2006–2008: Timeless, Bugright and Proglution

On January 25, 2006, the band's third single "Just Melody" ended up at number-seventeen on the Oricon charts. Three weeks later Uverworld's first album Timeless was released, breaking the Top 10 at number-five and selling 60,000 copies.[17] Seika made a brief return during this album, playing saxophone for track 5, "Yasashisa no Shizuku" (優しさの雫). After a three-month break, Uverworld released "Colors of the Heart" as the third opening theme for Blood+, an anime series based on the animated movie, Blood: The Last Vampire. The single debuted at number-three and was the highest position any of Uverworld's singles had reached up to that time.[18]

Their fifth single, entitled "Shamrock", was released on August 2, 2006, and was used as the ending theme for the drama Dance Drill,[19] a show about a group of girls who aspire to become cheerleaders. Uverworld's sixth single was released on November 15, 2006, entitled "Kimi no Suki na Uta", the song was used as the theme song for the TBS TV show Koi Suru Hanikami! or Honey Coming! from the broadcast of October until December. It reached number two on the Oricon charts,[20] which was the second highest place for an Uverworld single so far until it fell off of the charts three and a half weeks later. It sold around 79,659 copies according to the Oricon sales charts.[21]

On February 21, 2007, Uverworld released their second album titled Bugright. It featured the singles Uverworld had released after Timeless. "Nagare, Kūkyo, This Word" (~流れ・空虚・This Word~) was included in the tribute soundtrack titled as The Songs for Death Note The Movie: The Last Name Tribute for Death Note.[22] On March 6, 2007, the band was also part of an event called 'We Love Music Vol.2' held in the Shibuya-AX where Uverworld performed against Sid.[23]

The band's third album, titled Proglution, was released on January 16, 2008 and contain full eighteen tracks. The album also contain their singles "Ukiyo Crossing" (浮世Crossing), "Endscape" and "Shaka Beach: Laka Laka La" (シャカビーチ~Laka Laka La~). The album was released in a CD-only version and a limited edition that includes an extra DVD. Proglution sold over 150,000 copies. June 11, 2008 saw the release of the single "Gekidō/Just Break the Limit!". "Gekidō" was used as the fourth opening theme of the anime series D.Gray-man while the song "Just Break the Limit!" was used as a support song for Pocari Sweat's CM. Two more singles were released in 2008, "Koishikute" (恋いしくて) and "Hakanaku mo Towa no Kanashi" (儚くも永久のカナシ). "Hakanaku mo Towa no Kanashi" was used as the opening for the second season of the Mobile Suit Gundam 00 anime.[24] The single became the band's first number-one single on Oricon,[25] with approximately 181,784 copies sold. The single has since gone on to become the highest selling single from the band.

2009: Awakeve

On February 18, 2009 the band released their fourth album titled Awakeve. The album sold over 115,000 copies on its first week,[26] and ranked number-two on the Oricon album chart.[27] A DVD of their live performance in Nippon Budokan was released on April 29, 2009. The band's thirteenth single was released on August 5, 2009 titled as "Go-On." The single's title track will be featured as the second ending theme on the Japanese broadcast of the House 's first season.[28] The band performed at 2009's Inazuma Rock Festival held in Shiga Prefecture.[29] They are also releasing their fourth DVD of the Awakeve Tour 09 on September 30, 2009.

The band's fourteenth single was released on October 28, 2009 entitled "Kanashimi wa Kitto" (哀しみはきっと) for the Tokyo Broadcasting System drama Shōkōjo Seira, based on the children's novel, A Little Princess written by Frances Hodgson Burnett.[30] The song's lyrics was written by Takuya and was co-composed by both the lyricist and Satoru Hiraide while the arrangement was done by the band and Hiraide.[31] On October 9, 2009, an English official website was announced and it went online at 12pm Japan Standard Time.[32]

A best of album titled Neo Sound Best was announced on November 9, 2009 and released on December 9, 2009.[33] They were also scheduled to perform at the 2010 Ontama Carnival together with Funky Monkey Babys and Flumpool.[34]

2010–2012: Last and Life 6 Sense

Their fifteenth single "Gold" was released on March 31, 2010, making it their first release of the year. The music video for "Gold" was made into 3-D, making it the first 3-D music video in Japan.[35][36] It was premiered on April 17, 2010. Additionally, their fifth album Last was released two weeks later on April 14, 2010.[37] Their sixteenth single "Qualia" (クオリア) was released on September 15, 2010, and contains the ending theme song for the Mobile Suit Gundam 00 movie and the title song for the PSP game Last Ranker.[38][39]

Their seventeenth single "No.1" was released on November 24, 2010. "No.1" was featured as their starting song for their concert Last Tour Final at Tokyo Dome which was in November 27, 2010. Their eighteenth single "Mondo Piece" was to be released on March 23, 2011. However, due to the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami, the release date has been pushed to April 6. It was also revealed earlier last year concert at Tokyo Dome as the last song.[40] Their nineteenth single "Core Pride" was selected to be the 1st opening theme for the anime Blue Exorcist.[41]

The band released their sixth album Life 6 Sense on June 1, 2011. The album's title was leaked out in bands page on Japanese Wikipedia and also the following month after, the band released their 6th DVD titled Last Tour Final at Tokyo Dome 2010/11/27. On December 14, 2011, the band released their twentieth single (second A-side single) entitled "Baby Born & Go/Kinjito".[42] Blu-ray versions of UVERworld 2008 Premium Live at Nippon Budokan and Last Tour Final at Tokyo Dome were released on December 17, 2011.

On March 28, 2012, UVERworld released their 21st single entitled "7th Trigger" and 6 days after they released another Live DVD & Blu-ray UVERworld 2011 Premium Live on Xmas at Nippon Budokan which was at April 4, 2012.

2012–2014: The One

On August 8, 2012, the band has released their 22nd single "The Over" which is also the ending theme of Kuro no Onna Kyoushi (黒の女教師). Three months later on November 28, 2012, the band released their 7th album entitled The One. After the release of 7th album, Uverworld released a re-cut single from their latest album entitled "Reversi" and it was chosen as the movie theme song of Blue Exorcist -The Movie-.[43][44]

On August 14, 2013, the band will release their 24th single "Fight for Liberty / Wizard Club'". This will be their first single for 2013. "Fight for Liberty" will be used as the opening theme song for the anime Space Battleship Yamato 2199,[45] while "Wizard Club" will be used as the ending theme song for the TV series Kaikin! Bakuro Night.[46]

On November 6, 2013, Uverworld release their 10th video and their first full "Men's Festival" concert footage Kings's Parade Zepp DiverCity (2013.02.08) on DVD and Blu-ray after their long period of The One Tour 2012–2013. Uverworld have finally decided to have a full Live House Footage from Zepp DiverCity as their main concept instead of arenas, stadiums or halls. On December 18, 2013, the band has released their 25th single "Nano-Second" (ナノ・セカンド) which is their second single and the last for 2013.

On March 19, 2014, they released their 2nd video album UVERworld Video Complete -Act.2- from Life 6 Sense to The One promotional videos which also includes a Live bonus disc from 2013.12.25 Arena Live 2013 Winter Queen's Party at Nippon Budokan.

On March 26, 2014, it was announced that Uverworld would have their former member from Sangoku Road and live support member, Seika as their new 6th member to the group.[47] On March 27, 2014, the band has officially announced the next big stage on July 5 which will be hosted at Kyocera Dome Osaka.

2014–2017: Ø Choir

On June 18, 2014, Uverworld released their 26th single titled "Nanokame no Ketsui" (7日目の決意, "Decision of the Seventh Day") which will be their 1st single in 2014. Two weeks later, they released a new album entitled Ø Choir, which subsequently reached second place on the Oricon chart with 84,810 copies sold in its first week release.[48] The album contains 14 tracks including a cover of "Born Slippy" originally by Welsh electronic music group Underworld. Two versions of the album were released: one regular and one limited edition with the latter including a DVD which contains 50 minutes of previously unreleased footage.[49] On August 19, the band announced their new 12th DVD King's Parade Nippon Budokan 2013.12.26, released on September 24, 2014.

On May 27, Uverworld released their 27th single "Boku no Kotoba Dewanai Kore wa Bokutachi no Kotoba" (僕の言葉ではない これは僕達の言葉, "Not My Words, This is Our Words"). The single was used for the anime series The Heroic Legend of Arslan.[50] On August 26, they released another single titled "I Love the World" which was chosen as the theme song for the game Dragon Nest R in Japan.[51] On September 30, 2015, the band released their 14th video content on DVD/Blu-ray titled King's Parade at Yokohama Arena 2015.01.10.

On June 8, 2016, Uverworld released their 12th video content on Blu-ray and DVD Uverworld 15&10 Anniversary Live which includes two concerts "15&10 Anniversary Live" recorded on September 3 and their first "Women's festival" footage recorded on September 6.[52] Then a month later on July 27, Uverworld release their 29th single "We are Go / All Alone".[53] Three months later on November 6, Uverworld released their 13th video footage entitled Uverworld Premium Live on Xmas 2015 at Nippon Budokan.

On December 17, 2016, the Blue Exorcist official website revealed several new promo trailers for its upcoming second season where it was revealed that Uverworld would again be providing the opening song for the series. "Itteki no Eikyō" (一滴の影響, "Drop's Influence") was released on February 1, 2017.[54] Their 31st single "Decided" was featured on the live-action film Gintama.[55]

2017–present: Tycoon

On August 2, 2017, Uverworld released their 9th studio album Tycoon, three years and a month since their previous album. Originally they planned to include 20 new songs in the album, resulting in a recording time of about 90 minutes, which exceeded the time limit for the album. Eventually they decided to cut it down to 81 minutes by putting it in a single coupling and recorded tracks. Various parts of the album were cut and it fell within 78 minutes 59 seconds, to be adjusted before release.[56] Despite the changes, their latest album was a success and ranked first in the Oricon Daily ranking within two days of its release. Their new album contains 18 tracks along with a limited edition bonus CD that includes recordings of their live performances.

On March 14, 2018, the band released their 4th "Men's Festival" concert recording entitled Uverworld King's Parade 2017 Saitama Super Arena. On May 2, 2018, they released 32nd single titled "Odd Future" which was chosen as the first opening theme for the third season of the anime series My Hero Academia.[57] It peaked at number three on the Oricon chart,[58] and reached fifth place on the Billboard Japan Hot 100.[59] On November 7, 2018, they released a new single "Good and Evil / Eden e". "Good and Evil" was used for the Japanese dubbed version of Marvel's film Venom which was theatrically released in Japan on November 2, 2018.[60]

On January 16, 2019, Uverworld will be releasing their 18th video footage on DVD & Blu-ray titled Uverworld Tycoon Tour at Yokohama Arena 2017.12.21. It will be the first time on video footage that the concert will be showing full live "Men vs. Women" Festival on vocalist TAKUYA∞'s birthday.[61] Their song "Touch off" is used as the opening theme of the 2019 anime The Promised Neverland.[62]

Band members

Current members

  • Takuya∞ (born on December 21, 1979 in Osaka) — vocals, rapping, programming
  • Katsuya(克哉, born on February 22, 1980) — guitar, programming
  • Akira (彰, born on March 8, 1984) — guitar, programming
  • Nobuto (信人, born on February 14, 1980) — bass guitar
  • Shintarō (真太郎, born on November 5, 1983 in Ōtsu, Shiga) — drums
  • Seika[a] (誠果, born on September 25, 1979 in Kusatsu, Shiga) — manipulator, saxophone

Discography

Albums

Studio albums

Title Album details Peak position Sales Certifications
JPN
[63]
Timeless 5
  • JPN: 100,000+
Bugright
  • Released: February 21, 2007
  • Label: Gr8! Records
  • Formats: CD, CD+DVD, digital download
2
  • JPN: 136,956+
Proglution
  • Released: January 16, 2008
  • Label: Gr8! Records
  • Formats: CD, CD+DVD, digital download
3
  • JPN: 152,143+
AwakEVE
  • Released: February 18, 2009
  • Label: Gr8! Records
  • Formats: CD, CD+DVD, digital download
2
  • JPN: 162,458+
Last
  • Released: April 14, 2010
  • Label: Gr8! Records
  • Formats: CD, CD+DVD, digital download
2
  • JPN: 117,636+
Life 6 Sense
  • Released: June 1, 2011
  • Label: Gr8! Records
  • Formats: CD, CD+DVD, digital download
2
  • JPN: 131,253+
The One
  • Released: November 28, 2012
  • Label: Gr8! Records
  • Formats: CD, CD+DVD, digital download
4
  • JPN: 136,441+
Ø Choir
  • Released: July 2, 2014
  • Label: Gr8! Records
  • Formats: CD, CD+DVD, digital download
2
  • JPN: 112,234+
Tycoon
  • Released: August 2, 2017
  • Label: Gr8! Records
  • Formats: CD, CD+DVD, digital download
2
  • JPN: 113,000+

Compilation albums

Title Album details Peak position Sales Certifications
JPN
[63]
Neo Sound Best 3
  • JPN: 250,000+
All Time Best 2
  • JPN: 100,000+

Singles

Title Year Peak position Sales Certifications Album
JPN
[65]
"D-TecnoLife" 2005 4
  • JPN: 100,000+
Timeless
"Chance!" 5 N/A
"Just Melody" 2006 17 N/A
"Colors of the Heart" 3
  • JPN: 100,000+
Bugright
"Shamrock" 6
  • JPN: 100,000+
"Kimi no Suki na Uta"
(君の好きなうた)
2
  • JPN: 100,000+
"Endscape" 2007 4
  • JPN: 100,000+
Proglution
"Shaka Beach〜Laka Laka La〜"
(シャカビーチ〜Laka Laka La〜)
2 N/A
"Ukiyo Crossing"
(浮世CROSSING)
3
  • JPN: 100,000+
"Gekidō/Just Break the Limit!"
(激動 / Just break the limit!)
2008 3
  • JPN: 100,000+
AwakEVE
"Koishikute"
(恋いしくて)
3 N/A
"Hakanaku mo Towa no Kanashi"
(儚くも永久のカナシ)
1
  • JPN: 100,000+
"Go-On" 2009 2 N/A Last
"Kanashimi wa Kitto"
(哀しみはきっと)
2 N/A
"Gold" 2010 2 N/A
"Qualia"
(クオリア)
2
  • JPN: 100,000+
Life 6 Sense
"No.1" 4 N/A
"Mondo Piece" 2011 4 N/A
"Core Pride" 5
  • JPN: 100,000+
"Baby Born & Go / Kinjito" 2 N/A The One
"7th Trigger" 2012 2 N/A
"The Over" 2 N/A
"Reversi" 2 N/A
"Fight for Liberty / Wizard Club" 2013 3
  • JPN: 100,000+
Ø Choir
"Nano-Second"
(ナノ・セカンド)
2 N/A
"Nanokame no Ketsui"
(7日目の決意)
2014 2 N/A
"Boku no Kotoba de wa nai Kore wa Bokutachi no Kotoba"
(僕の言葉ではない これは僕達の言葉)
2015 3 N/A Tycoon
"I Love the World" 2 N/A
"We are Go / All Alone" 2016 4 N/A
"Itteki no Eikyō"
(一滴の影響)
2017 2 N/A
"Decided" 2 N/A
"Odd Future" 2018 3 N/A
"Good and Evil / Edenへ" 2 N/A

Video albums

Title Details Peak positions
JPN
[66][67]
Live at Shibuya-AX from Timeless Tour 2006 34
Proglution Tour 2008
  • Released: October 1, 2008
  • Label: Sony Music Japan
  • Format: DVD
1
Uverworld 2008 Premium Live at Nippon Budokan
  • Released: April 29, 2009
  • Label: Sony Music Japan
  • Formats: BD, DVD
18 (BD)
2 (DVD)
Awakeve Tour '09'
  • Released: September 30, 2009
  • Label: Sony Music Japan
  • Format: DVD
7
Uverworld Video Complete: Act.1 First 5 Years
  • Released: July 7, 2010
  • Label: Sony Music Japan
  • Format: DVD
1
Last Tour Final at Tokyo Dome 2010/11/27
  • Released: July 6, 2011
  • Label: Sony Music Japan
  • Formats: BD, DVD
15 (BD)
1 (DVD)
Uverworld 2011 Premium Live on Xmas at Nippon Budokan
  • Released: April 4, 2012
  • Label: Sony Music Japan
  • Formats: BD, DVD
9 (BD)
1 (DVD)
Uverworld Yokohama Arena 2012.07.08
  • Released: January 30, 2013
  • Label: Sony Music Japan
  • Formats: BD, DVD
18 (BD)
3 (DVD)
Uverworld Documentary The Song
  • Released: April 17, 2013
  • Label: Sony Music Japan
  • Formats: BD, DVD
18 (BD)
1 (DVD)
King's Parade Zepp DiverCity 2013.02.28
  • Released: November 6, 2013
  • Label: Sony Music Japan
  • Formats: BD, DVD
24 (BD)
1 (DVD)
Uverworld Video Complete -Act.2-
  • Released: March 19, 2014
  • Label: Sony Music Japan
  • Formats: BD, DVD
8 (BD)
3 (DVD)
King's Parade Nippon Budokan 2013.12.26
  • Released: September 24, 2014
  • Label: Sony Music Japan
  • Formats: BD, DVD
13 (BD)
1 (DVD)
Live at Kyocera Dome Osaka 2014.07.05
  • Released: April 15, 2015
  • Label: Sony Music Japan
  • Formats: BD, DVD, digital download
4 (BD)
2 (DVD)
King's Parade at Yokohama Arena 2015.01.10
  • Released: September 30, 2015
  • Label: Sony Music Japan
  • Formats: BD, DVD, digital download
4 (BD)
1 (DVD)
Uverworld 15&10 Anniversary Live
  • Released: June 8, 2016
  • Label: Sony Music Japan
  • Formats: BD, DVD
5 (BD)
1 (DVD)
Uverworld Premium Live on Xmas 2015 at Nippon Budokan
  • Released: November 6, 2016
  • Label: Sony Music Japan
  • Formats: BD, DVD
5 (BD)
2 (DVD)
Uverworld King's Parade 2017 Saitama Super Arena
  • Released: March 14, 2018
  • Label: Sony Music Japan
  • Formats: BD, DVD, digital download
3 (BD)
3 (DVD)
Uverworld Tycoon Tour at Yokohama Arena 2017.12.21
  • Releasing: January 16, 2019
  • Label: Sony Music Japan
  • Formats: BD, DVD
TBA

Awards

In 2005, the band received the New Artist of the Year award in the Japan Gold Disc Awards held by the Recording Industry Association of Japan.[68]

Notes

  1. ^ Originally part of the band but left before their debut as Uverworld, rejoined on March 26, 2014.[47]

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External links

  • Official site
  • Official English page
  • Official Powerplay site
  • UVERworld at AllMusic
  • Oricon profile
  • Musicnet.co.jp
  • UVERworld discography at MusicBrainz
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