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In May 1998, Kobuchi and Kuroda met each other in Sakai near Osaka. Kobuchi was a salesman who held street concerts every Saturday for relaxation and Kuroda was a physical education teacher and a street musician. In September the same year, Kobuchi offered Kuroda a song and seeing that Kuroda was not a skilled guitar player, Kobuchi became the guitar player of the group. Thus, Kobukuro was formed.
Kobukuro received moderately successful ratings for their first three indie albums—Saturday 8:PM (July 1999), ANSWER (December 2000) and Root of My Mind (March 2001). Kobukuro signed with Warner Music Japan in 2001, and made their debut with the hit single, "Yell" which reached number 4 on the Oricon Charts.
They released the studio album Nameless World on December 21, 2005. Nameless World became their first number-one album on the Oricon weekly charts. On September 27, 2006, they released their greatest hits album All Singles Best, which topped the Oricon weekly charts for four consecutive weeks. On March 21, 2007, they released the single "Tsubomi." When the song "Tsubomi" was released, Marty Friedman pointed out that the song's arrangement was too simple and did away with the influence of Western culture's music.
The song "Tsubomi" became their first number-one single on the Oricon weekly charts. "Tsubomi" won the coveted "Grand Prix" awards in December 2007 at the 49th Japan Record Awards. The song was included in their 2007 studio album 5296, which also topped the Oricon weekly charts.
On their 2009 album Calling, Kobuchi wrote "Sayonara Hero" as a memorial song for Kiyoshiro Imawano, who had died earlier that year. On March 3, 2010, they released their cover version of "Layla" (used in a Pepsi Nex commercial they starred in) as a digital single of iTunes Store without the release of the CD single.
When the Oricon weekly charts dated May 17, 2010 was released, the sales of All Singles Best passed 3,000,000 copies on the Oricon charts, becoming the first album to do so in 7 years 10 months since the 2002 achievement of Southern All Stars' Umi no Yeah!!, released on June 25, 1998.
Original Japanese Title Romanized Name Translation of Title Release Date Sales Yell ~エール~ / Bell - Yell / Bell 22 March 2001 245,390 轍 Wadachi Rut 20 June 2001 53,430 You / Miss You - - 21 November 2001 22,360 風 Kaze Wind 14 February 2002 120,000 願いの詩 / 太陽 Negai no Shi / Taiyō Poem of Wish / The Sun 10 July 2002 37,620 雪の降らない街 Yuki no Furanai Machi The Town Without Snow 13 November 2002 27,988 宝島 Takarajima Treasure Island 9 April 2003 24,482 Blue Blue - - 27 August 2003 16,134 Door - - 12 May 2004 20,083 永遠にともに / Million Films / ここから Towa ni Tomo ni / Million Films / Koko kara Forever with You / Million Films / From Here 14 October 2004 146,265 ここにしか咲かない花 Koko ni Shika Sakanai Hana A flower that only blooms here 11 May 2005 407,200 桜 Sakura Cherry Blossoms 2 November 2005 430,943 君という名の翼 Kimi to Iu Na no Tsubasa Wings That Are Named You 26 July 2006 106,957 蕾 Tsubomi Flower Bud 21 March 2007 461,062 蒼く 優しく Aoku Yasashiku Bluer, Gentler 7 November 2007 211,309 時の足音 Toki no Ashioto Footsteps of Time 29 October 2008 40,925 虹 Niji Rainbow 15 April 2009 102,577 Stay - - 15 July 2009 85,691 流星 Ryūsei Meteor 17 November 2010 TBA
Released Title Peak Sales July 21, 1999 Saturday 8PM #294 - March 4, 2000 Root of My Mind #197 - December 19, 2000 Answer - - August 29, 2001 Roadmade #6 105,000 August 28, 2002 Grapefruits #4 100,000 November 6, 2003 Straight #10 46,000 November 3, 2004 Music Man Ship #3 250,000 December 21, 2005 Nameless World #1 868,237 September 27, 2006 All Singles Best #1 3,011,076 December 19, 2007 5296 #1 1,428,072 August 5, 2009 Calling #1 476,517 August 25, 2010 All Covers Best #1
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