Home Made Kazoku Celebrates 10th Anniversary Year With Release of First Ever BEST AlbumJan 10th 2014
Releases first ever BEST album!
Since their major debut in 2004, HOME MADE KAZOKU has now released a total of 25 singles and 7 original albums.
They celebrate this achievement and their 10th anniversary year by releasing their very first BEST album, “Kahou- The Best of HOME MADE KAZOKU-”.
This album is fully loaded with 17 hit singles, features “Thank You” (theme song for the anime series “Bleach”) which achieved over a million downloads and “Shonen Heart” (theme song for anime series “Eureka Seven”) with 1.3 million downloads.
Also included are two of their 10th anniversary singles “Kimigaitakara” and “Hashiritsuzukeru”.
HOME MADE KAZOKU kicks off 2014 with their very first BEST album, which is now available internationally in 20 countries.
2. Shonen Heart
4. Thank You!!
5. Kimi Ga Kuretamono
6. fantastic 3 feat. SEAMO
8. Salvia No Tsubomi
9. Tomorrow Featuring Kusuo
10. YOU- Anataga Sobaniiru Shiawase-
12. HOME SWEET HOME (Reborn)
13. NO RAIN NO RAINBOW
14. Shooting Star
15. Love is… (feat. Ms. OOJA)
17. Thank You!! (Reborn)
- Available on iTunes in the following countries:
Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Canada, U.S., Finland, Sweden, U.K., Italy, Spain, France, Germany, Austria, Swiss, Holland, Russia, Australia, and New Zealand.
[HOME MADE KAZOKU]
HOME MADE KAZOKU is a trio, consisting of members Micro, Kuro, and DJ U-ichi debuted in May 2004 and won acclaim as the best upcoming artist of the year on the Japanese music scene.
The following year their first full-length album, ROCK THE WORLD, achieved #5 on the Oricon national chart, with over 300,000 sales, and stayed in the top 20 for two months.
HOME MADE KAZOKU created a buzz with their tracks featured as theme songs on many hit anime series, such as Eureka Seven ("Shonen Heart") and NARUTO ("Shooting Star”, “FREEDOM”,”NO RAIN NO RAINBOW”).
In 2008, their album, Thank You!!, hit #5 on the Oricon chart, the following year HOME MADE KAZOKU headlined their first tour in Japan, including a sold-out show at the Nippon Budokan in front of more than 10,000 fans.
In 2013, the trio returned to the U.S., for a successful performance at OTAKON, the largest anime convention on the East Coast.
Official website (Japanese)