Masaharu Fukuyama discography

Masaharu Fukuyama discography
Releases
Studio albums 10
Live albums 1
Compilation albums 6
Singles 27

The discography of Masaharu Fukuyama consists of 10 studio albums, numerous compilation and rearrangement albums, and 27 physical singles.

Albums

Studio albums

Year Album Information Chart positions
[1]
Total sales
[2]
1990 Dengon (伝言?, "Rumour")

  • Released: April 21, 1990
  • Label: BMG Victor (BVCR-2)

1991 Lion

  • Released: March 21, 1991
  • Label: BMG Victor (BVCR-32)

Bros.

  • Released: November 21, 1991
  • Label: BMG Victor (BVCR-59)

52 20,000
1992 Boots

  • Released: November 21, 1992
  • Label: BMG Victor (BVCR-100)

11 180,510
1993 Calling

  • Released: October 21, 1993
  • Label: BMG Victor (BVCR-638)

1 853,000
1994 On and On

  • Released: June 9, 1994
  • Label: BMG Victor (BVCR-666)

1 712,000
1998 Sing a Song

  • Released: June 24, 1998
  • Label: BMG Victor (BVCR-808)

5 386,000
2001 F

  • Released: April 25, 2001
  • Label: Universal (UUCH-1013)

2 875,000
2006 5 Nen Mono (5年モノ?, "Stuff of 5 Years")

  • Released: December 6, 2006
  • Label: Universal (UUCH-1070)

1 438,000
2009 Zankyō (残響?, "Echo")

  • Released: June 30, 2009
  • Label: Universal (UUCH-1072)

1 485,000

Compilation albums

Year Album Information Chart positions
[1]
Total sales
[2]
1995 M Collection: Kaze o Sagashiteru

  • 2CD greatest hits album
  • Released: February 6, 1995
  • Label: BMG Victor (BVCR-8803)

1 1,870,930
1999 Magnum Collection 1999 "Dear"

  • 2CD greatest hits album
  • Released: December 8, 1999
  • Label: BMG Funhouse (BVCR-18013/4)

1 1,387,000
2003 Magnum Collection "Slow"

  • BMG-era ballad compilation album
  • Released: August 27, 2003
  • Label: BMG Funhouse (BVCR-11056)

1 387,000
2010 The Best Bang!!

  • 3CD 20th anniversary greatest hits album
  • Released: November 17, 2010
  • Label: Universal (UUCH-1073/6)

1 718,196

Cover album

Year Album Information Chart positions
[1]
Total sales
[2]
2002 'Fukuyama Engineering' Soundtrack The Golden Oldies (「福山エンヂニヤリング」サウンドトラック?)

  • As Masaharu Fukuyama/Fukuyama Engineering Golden Oldies Club Band
  • Soundtrack to Fukuyama's 2002 variety show
  • Released: June 26, 2002
  • Label: BMG Funhouse (BVCS-27005)

2 561,000

Live album

Year Album Information Chart positions
[1]
Total sales
[2]
2001 Acoustic Live Best Selection "Live Fukuyamania"

  • Released: June 27, 2001
  • Label: BMG Funhouse (BVCS-27005)

4 224,000

Remix/rearrangement albums

Year Album Information Chart positions
[1]
Total sales
[2]
2000 Fukuyama Presents Magnum Classics: Kissin' in the Holy Night

  • As Fukuyama Masaharu with Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Classically rearranged album
  • Released: December 6, 2000
  • Label: Universal (UUCH-1011)

10 84,000
2005 Fukuyama Presents Acoustic Fukuyamania

  • Acoustic instrumental album, arranged by Chuei Yoshikawa
  • Released: March 23, 2005
  • Label: Universal (UUCH-1011)

7 43,000
2006 Another Works Remixed by Piston Nishizawa

  • BMG Era non-stop remix, arranged by Piston Nishizawa
  • Released: May 24, 2005
  • Label: BMG Japan (BVCR-14028)

2 175,000

Soundtrack albums

Year Album Information Chart positions
[1]
Total sales
[2]
1999 Rendezvous 1: "Perfect Love!" Original Song Book

  • Soundtrack for TV drama Perfect Love!
  • Released: August 4, 1999
  • Label: BMG Funhouse (BVCS-27005)

23 44,000
Rendezvous 2: "Perfect Love!" Original Song Book

  • Soundtrack for TV drama Perfect Love!
  • Released: August 4, 1999
  • Label: BMG Funhouse (BVCS-27005)

34 18,000
2007 Galileo Original Soundtrack

  • Soundtrack for TV drama Galileo
  • Released: November 21, 2007
  • Label: Universal (UUCH-1063)

20 34,000

Singles

As lead artist

Release Title Notes Chart positions Oricon
sales
[2]
Album
Oricon Singles Charts
[1]
Billboard Japan Hot 100
[3]
RIAJ digital tracks†
[4]
1990 "Tsuioku no Ame no Naka" (追憶の雨の中?, "In the Rain of Reminiscence") Dengon
"Access" (アクセス Akusesu?) Lion
1991 "Kaze o Sagashiteru" (風をさがしてる?, "Searching for the Wind")
"Woh Wow" 89 3,500 Bros.
1992 "Good Night" 9 312,000 Boots
"Yakusoku no Oka" (約束の丘?, "Hill of Promise") 15 92,000
1993 "Melody" 5 593,000 Calling
"All My Loving/Koibito" (恋人?, "Lover") 2 577,000
1994 "It's Only Love/Sorry Baby" Oricon #1 for four weeks 1 1,176,000 On and On
1995 "Hello" 1 1,871,000 M Collection
"Message" 1 939,000
1998 "Heart/You" 3 570,000 Sing a Song
"Peach!!/Heart of Xmas" 4 263,000 Dear
1999 "Heaven/Squall" 1 904,000 F/Dear
2000 "Sakura Zaka" (桜坂?, "Cherry Blossom Hill") Oricon #1 for three weeks 1 2,299,000 F
"Hey!" 1 353,000
2001 "Gang" 3 220,000
2003 "Niji/Himawari/Sore ga Subete sa" (虹/ひまわり/それがすべてさ?, "Rainbow/Sunflower/That's All of It") Oricon #1 for five weeks 1 959,000 5 Nen Mono
2004 "Niji (Mō Hitotsu no Natsu)" (虹~もうひとつの夏~?, "Rainbow (Another Summer)") "Niji" classical rearrangement 4 116,000
"Naitari Shinaide/Red x Blue" (泣いたりしないで?, "Don't Cry") 1 197,000 5 Nen Mono
2005 "Tokyo" (東京?, "Tokyo") 2 172,000
2006 "Milk Tea/Utsukushiki Hana" (美しき花?, "Beautiful Flower") 1 359,000
2007 "Tokyo ni mo Attanda/Muteki no Kimi" (東京にもあったんだ/無敵のキミ?, "Was in Tokyo Too/Invincible You") 2 10*
36*
140,000 Zankyō
2008 "Sō (New Love New World)" (想 -new love new world-?, "Thought") 2 2 48* 178,000
2009 "Keshin" (化身?, "Incarnation") 1 1 4 208,000
"Hatsukoi" (はつ恋?, "First Love") RIAJ #1 for two weeks 1 1 1 270,000 The Best Bang!!
2010 "Hotaru/Shōnen" (蛍/少年?, "Firefly/Boy") 1 1 2
2
241,000
2011 "Kazoku ni Narō yo" (家族になろうよ?, "Let's Be a Family") Digital single 1 2 300,481 TBA
"Kazoku ni Narō yo/Fighting Pose" 1 1 2
28
189,000
2012 "Ikiteru Ikiteku" (生きてる生きてく?, "Alive, To Live") 1 1 3 177,365
"Beautiful Life/Game" 1 181,280
* charted on monthly Chaku-uta Reco-kyō Chart.
†Japan Hot 100 established February 2008, RIAJ Digital Track Chart established April 2009.

As featured artist

Release Title Notes Chart positions Oricon
sales
[2]
Album
Oricon Singles Charts
[1]
Billboard Japan Hot 100
[3]
RIAJ digital tracks
[4]
2005 "Tama ni wa Jibun o Homete Yarō" (たまには自分を褒めてやろう?, "Lets Praise Ourselves Once in a While")
(Sion to Masaharu Fukuyama)
14 25,000 Tokyo Nocturne
2006 "Wish"
(Akira Inoue & M.I.H. Band)
Mourning single for Minako Honda 4 48,000
2007 "Kiss Shite" (KISSして?, "Kissing")
(Koh+ (Masaharu Fukuyama and Kou Shibasaki))
4 6* 147,000 Single Best
2008 "Saiai" (最愛?, "Beloved")
(Koh+)
5 3 3 107,000 Love Paranoia

DVDs

  • Bros. (December 12, 2001)
  • Start (December 12, 2001)
  • Fukuyamania (December 12, 2001)
  • Fukuyama Masaharu Eggs Live: Osaka Dome/Club Eggsite (December 12, 2001)
  • Aa, Daikansha-sai!! (嗚呼、大感謝祭!! Ah, Big Thanks!!) (March 26, 2003)
  • Mata Aō! Mata Yarō na!! (また逢おう!またやろうな!! Let's Meet Again! Let's Do It Again, Yeah!!) (December 14, 2005)
  • We're Bros. Tour 2007 Live DVD Special Box "17nen Mono" (October 24, 2007)
  • Fukuyama Natsu no Dai Sōgyōsai Inasayama (福山☆夏の大創業祭 稲佐山 Fukuyama Anniversary Special Summer in Inasayama) (April 28, 2010)
  • Fukuyama Masaharu 20th Anniversary We're Bros. Tour 2009 Michishirube (April 28, 2010)

References

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