SMAP discography

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SMAP discography
Studio albums21
Compilation albums5
Video albums23
EPs1
Singles56
Remix albums1

The discography of Japanese boy band SMAP consists of 21 studio albums, 5 compilation albums, 23 video albums, and numerous singles. Sports Music Assemble People, abbreviated as SMAP, was formed in 1988 by a group of backup dancers for the boy band Hikaru Genji of Johnny & Associates. [1] The band's initial releases performed poorly on the charts, but the following ones started gaining attention, aided by the group's appearance on their own variety show, SMAP×SMAP . Their 2003 single "Sekai ni Hitotsu Dake no Hana" sold over two million copies in Japan, becoming one of the best-selling singles in the country. [1] In August 2016, the group announced that they will disband by the year end. [2] Since 2003, all of the band's releases have peaked at number one on the Oricon Albums or Singles Chart. The group has sold over 38,5 million records in Japan. [3]

Contents

Studio albums

TitleAlbum detailsPeak chart positionsSales
(JPN)
[4]
Certifications
JPN
[5] [6]
SMAP 0011481,000
SMAP 002
  • Released: August 26, 1992
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): CD
684,000
SMAP 003
  • Released: January 1, 1993
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): CD
11121,000
SMAP 004
  • Released: July 7, 1993
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): CD
3134,000
SMAP 005
  • Released: February 2, 1994
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): CD
2250,000
SMAP 006: Sexy Six
  • Released: July 7, 1994
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): CD
2254,000
SMAP 007: Gold Singer
  • Released: July 7, 1995
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): CD
1540,000
  • JPN: Platinum [8]
SMAP 008: Tacomax
  • Released: March 3, 1996
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): CD
2558,000
  • JPN: Platinum [9]
SMAP 009
  • Released: August 12, 1996
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): CD
1372,000
SMAP 011 Su (SMAP 011 ス)
  • Released: August 6, 1997
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): CD
3484,000
SMAP 012: Viva Amigos!
  • Released: June 18, 1998
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): CD
1423,000
Birdman SMAP 013
  • Released: July 14, 1999
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): CD
2297,000
S map SMAP 014
  • Released: October 14, 2000
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): CD
2391,000
SMAP 015: Drink! Smap!
  • Released: July 24, 2002
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): CD
2621,000
SMAP 016: MIJ
  • Released: June 25, 2003
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): 2CD
1469,000
  • JPN: 2× Platinum [16]
Sample Bang!
  • Released: July 27, 2005
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): 3CD
1402,000
  • JPN: 2× Platinum [17]
Pop Up! SMAP
  • Released: July 26, 2006
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): 2CD
1438,000
Super Modern Artistic Performance
  • Released: September 24, 2008
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): 2CD
1263,000
We Are SMAP!
  • Released: July 21, 2010
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): 2CD
1268,000
Gift of SMAP
  • Released: August 8, 2012
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): CD, 2CD, CD+DVD
1281,000
Mr. S
  • Released: September 3, 2014
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): CD, 2CD, CD+DVD
1226,000

Compilation albums

TitleAlbum detailsPeak chart positionsSales
(JPN)
[4]
Certifications
JPN
[5] [6]
Cool
  • Released: January 1, 1995
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): CD
1685,000
Wool
  • Released: March 26, 1997
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): 2CD
2628,000
Smap Vest
  • Released: March 23, 2001
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): 2CD
11,810,000
  • JPN: 4× Platinum [25]
Pams (ウラスマ, Urasuma)
  • Released: August 8, 2001
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): CD
1346,000
SMAP Aid
  • Released: August 17, 2011
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): CD
1420,000
SMAP 25 Years
  • Release: December 21, 2016
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): 3CD
11,007,000

Remix albums

TitleAlbum detailsPeak chart positionsSales
(JPN)
[4]
Certifications
JPN
[5] [6]
Boo
  • Released: November 22, 1995
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): CD
5337,000

Extended plays

TitleAlbum detailsPeak chart positionsSales
(JPN)
[4]
Certifications
JPN
[5] [6]
La Festa
  • Released: August 26, 1998
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): CD
2237,000

Singles

List of singles, with selected chart positions
TitleYearPeak chart positionsSales
(JPN)
[4]
CertificationsAlbum
JPN Oricon
[31] [32]
JPN Hot 100
[33] [upper-alpha 1] [upper-alpha 2]
"Can't Stop!! Loving"19912150,000SMAP 001
"Seigi no Mikata wa Ate ni Naranai" (正義の味方はあてにならない, "I Can't Rely on a Friend of Justice")10129,000N/A
"Kokoro no Kagami" (心の鏡, "The Mirror of a Heart")19923128,000SMAP 002
"Makeru na Baby! Never Give Up" (負けるなBaby!~Never give up, "Don't Lose, Baby! Never Give Up")595,000SMAP 003
"Smile Senshi Oto Ranger (スマイル戦士 音レンジャー, "Smile Warrior, Sound Ranger") [upper-alpha 3] 6N/A
"Egao no Genki" (笑顔のゲンキ, "The Energy of Your Smiling Face")8120,000SMAP 004
"Yuki ga Futtekita" (雪が降ってきた, "It's Started Snowing")7191,000
"Zutto Wasurenai" (ずっと忘れない, "I'll Never Forget")19937217,000
"Hajimete no Natsu" (はじめての夏, "First Summer")7168,000Cool
"Kimi wa Kimi da yo" (君は君だよ, "You Are Who You Are")7154,000
"$10"5317,000
  • JPN (physical): Gold [56]
SMAP 005
"Kimi Iro Omoi" (君色思い, "Wild Thoughts About You")19945259,000
  • JPN (physical): Gold [57]
"Hey Hey Ōki ni Maido Ari" (Hey Hey おおきに毎度あり, "Hey Hey Thanks For Your Business")1401,000
  • JPN (physical): Gold [58]
SMAP 006: Sexy Six
"Original Smile" (オリジナル スマイル, Orijinaru Sumairu)2407,000
  • JPN (physical): Gold [59]
"Ganbarimashō" (がんばりましょう, "Let's Work Hard!")1720,000
  • JPN (physical): Platinum [60]
Cool
"Tabun Alright" (たぶんオーライ, "It's Probably Alright")1636,000
  • JPN (physical): Platinum [61]
SMAP 007: Gold Singer
"Kansha Shite" (Kanshaして, "Gratitudes")19951578,000
  • JPN (physical): Platinum [62]
"Shiyō yo" (しようよ, "Let's Do It")1613,000
  • JPN (physical): Platinum [63]
"Donna Ii Koto" (どんないいこと, "Whatever Nice Things")1538,000
  • JPN (physical): Platinum [64]
SMAP 008 Tacomax
"Oretachi ni Asu wa Aru" (俺たちに明日はある, "There's a Tomorrow for Us")1785,000
  • JPN (physical): Platinum [65]
"Munasawagi o Tanomu yo" (胸さわぎを頼むよ, "Please Move My Heart")19962500,000
  • JPN (physical): Platinum [66]
"Hadaka no Ōsama (Shibutoku Tsuyoku)" (はだかの王様~シブトク つよく~, "The Naked King (Stubborn and Strong)")2626,000
  • JPN (physical): Platinum [67]
SMAP 009
"Aoi Inazuma" (青いイナズマ, "Blue Thunder")1814,000
  • JPN (physical): Platinum [68]
Wool
"Shake"1876,000
  • JPN (physical): 2× Platinum [69]
"Dynamite" (ダイナマイト, Dainamaito)19973731,000
  • JPN (physical): 2× Platinum [70]
SMAP 011 Su
"Celery" (セロリ, Serori)2 [upper-alpha 4] 732,000
  • JPN (physical): Platinum [70]
"Peace!"2365,000
  • JPN (physical): Platinum [71]
SMAP 012 Viva Amigos!
"Yozora no Mukō" (夜空ノムコウ, "Beyond the Night Sky")19981 [upper-alpha 5] 1,621,000
  • JPN (physical): 4× Platinum [73]
"Taisetsu" (たいせつ, "Important")4412,000
  • JPN (physical): Platinum [74]
"Asahi o Mi ni Ikō yo" (朝日を見に行こうよ, "Let's Go See the Sunrise")19993383,000
  • JPN (physical): Platinum [75]
Birdman: SMAP 013
"Fly"2360,000
  • JPN (physical): Gold [76]
"Let It Be"20004307,000
  • JPN (physical): Gold [77]
S map SMAP 014
"Lion Heart" (らいおんハート, Raion Hāto)1 [upper-alpha 6] 1,565,000
  • JPN (physical): 3× Platinum [79]
"Smac"20013225,000
  • JPN (physical): Gold [80]
N/A
"Freebird"20021309,000
  • JPN (physical): Platinum [81]
SMAP 015/Drink! Smap!
" Sekai ni Hitotsu Dake no Hana " (世界に一つだけの花, "A Flower Unlike Any Other in the World")200312 [upper-alpha 7] 3,008,000
  • JPN (physical): 3× Million [82]
"Tomodachi e (Say What You Will)" (友だちへ~Say What You Will~, "To My Friends")20051365,000
  • JPN (physical): Platinum [83]
Sample Bang!
"Bang! Bang! Vacance!" (Bang! Bang! バカンス!, Bang! Bang! Bakansu!)1402,000
  • JPN (physical): Platinum [84]
N/A
"Triangle"1341,000
  • JPN (physical): Platinum [85]
Pop Up! SMAP
"Dear Woman"20061419,000
  • JPN (physical): Platinum [86]
"Arigatō" (ありがとう, "Thank You")16 [upper-alpha 8] 361,000
  • JPN (physical): Platinum [87]
N/A
"Dangan Fighter" (弾丸ファイター, "Bullet Fighter")200718174,000
  • JPN (physical): Platinum [88]
N/A
"Sono Mama" (そのまま, "Just That Way")200811158,000
  • JPN (physical): Platinum [89]
Super Modern Artistic Performance
"White Message"81N/A
"Kono Toki, Kitto Yume ja Nai" (この瞬間(とき)、きっと夢じゃない, "This Moment, I Know It's Not a Dream")11136,000
  • JPN (physical): Gold [90]
Super Modern Artistic Performance
"Sotto Kyutto" (そっと きゅっと, "Softly, Tightly")200911139,000
  • JPN (physical): Gold [91]
We Are SMAP!
"Superstar" (スーパースター★, Sūpāsutā) [upper-alpha 9] N/A
"This Is Love"201011353,000
  • JPN (physical): Platinum [93]
SMAP Aid
"Not Alone (Shiawase ni Narō yo)" (not alone〜幸せになろうよ〜, "Not Alone (Let's Be Happy)")2011 [upper-alpha 10] 8
"Boku no Hanbun" (僕の半分, "Half of Me")11165,000
  • JPN (physical): Gold [94]
N/A
"Sakasama no Sora" (さかさまの空, "Upside-down Sky")201211183,000
  • JPN (physical): Gold [95]
Gift of SMAP
"Moment"11187,000
  • JPN (physical): Gold [21]
N/A
"Mistake"201311235,000
  • JPN (physical): Platinum [96]
Mr. S
"Battery"6N/A
"Joy!!"11397,000
  • JPN (physical): Platinum [96]
Mr. S
"Shareotsu" (シャレオツ, "Trendy")"11251,000
  • JPN (physical): Platinum [97]
Non-album singles
"Hello" (ハロー, Harō)
"Yes We Are"201411168,000
  • JPN (physical): Gold [98]
"Koko Kara" (ココカラ, "From Here")44
"Top of the World"11167,000
  • JPN (physical): Gold [99]
"Amazing Discovery"78
"Karei Naru Gyakushū" (華麗なる逆襲, "Magnificent Counterattack")201511184,000
  • JPN (physical): Gold [100]
"Humor Shichau yo" (ユーモアしちゃうよ, "I'm Being Really Humorous")56
"Otherside"11166,000
  • JPN (physical): Gold [101]
"Ai ga Tomaru Made wa" (愛が止まるまでは, "Until the End of Love")64
"—" denotes items which were released before the creation of the Billboard Japan Hot 100, or items that did not chart.

Promotional singles

List of promotional singles, with selected chart positions
TitleYearPeak chart positionsAlbum
JPN Hot 100
[33] [upper-alpha 1] [upper-alpha 2]
RIAJ Digital
Track
Chart
[upper-alpha 11] [upper-alpha 12]
"Jazz"200832Super Modern Artistic Performance
"Kokoro Puzzle Rhythm" (ココロパズルリズム, "Heart Puzzle Rhythm") [upper-alpha 4]
"We Are SMAP!"2010100We Are SMAP!
"Magic Time" [upper-alpha 13]
"Gift"20122116Gift of SMAP
"Mr. S (Saitei de Saikou no Otoko)" ("Mr. S (The Worst and Greatest Man)")201410Mr. S
"Suki yo" (好きよ, "I Like You")67
"—" denotes items which were released before the creation of the Billboard Japan Hot 100, or the RIAJ Chart, or items that did not chart.

Other songs

List of songs not released as singles or promotional singles, with selected chart positions
TitleYearPeak chart positionsAlbum
RIAJ
Digital
Track
Chart
[upper-alpha 11] [upper-alpha 12]
"Orange"20009"Lion Heart" (single)
"Tabidachi no Hi ni" (旅立ちの日に, "On the Day We Set Off to Travel") [107] 2007N/A
"Happy Happy SMAP" [upper-alpha 14] [108] N/A
"Merry Happy SMAP" [upper-alpha 14] [109] 2008N/A
"Chan to Shi Nai to ne!" ("If You Don't Give It 100%") [upper-alpha 14] [110] 2009N/A
"Love & Peace Inside?"201096We Are SMAP!
"Are You SMAP?" [upper-alpha 14] [111] N/A
"Running SMAP!" [upper-alpha 14] [112] 2011N/A
"Gift from SMAP" [upper-alpha 14] [113] 2012N/A
"50 Go SMAP" [upper-alpha 14] [114] 2013N/A
"Saikou de Saikou no Smap Shop 2014–2015" ("The Greatest and Greatest SMAP Shop 2014–2015") [upper-alpha 14] [115] 2014N/A
"—" denotes items which were released before the creation of the Billboard Japan Hot 100, or the RIAJ Chart, or items that did not chart.

Videography

Video albums

List of media, with selected chart positions
TitleAlbum detailsPeak chart positionsCertifications
JPN DVD
[116] [117] [118]
JPN Blu-ray
[119]
Hop Smap Jump!
  • Released: September 21, 1991
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): VHS
1992.1 SMAP 1st Live: Yattekimashita Oshogatsu!! Concert (1992.1 SMAP 1st LIVE 「やってきましたお正月!!」コンサート)
  • Released: March 14, 1992
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): VHS, DVD
72 [upper-alpha 15]
Original Story Kokoro no Kagami (オリジナル・ストーリー 心の鏡)
  • Released: September 9, 1992
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): VHS, DVD
Sexy Six Show
  • Released: November 11, 1994
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): VHS, DVD
83 [upper-alpha 15]
SMAP 007 Movies: Summer Minna Atsumare Party
  • Released: December 16, 1995
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): VHS, DVD
93 [upper-alpha 15]
SMAP Winter Concert 1995–1996
  • Released: July 8, 1996
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): VHS
SMAP 010 "Ten"
  • Released: December 9, 1996
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): VHS, DVD
1997 SMAP Live Su (1997 SMAP LIVE ス)
  • Released: December 17, 1997
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): VHS, DVD
SMAP Live Amigos!
  • Released: December 24, 1998
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): VHS, DVD
Live Birdman
  • Released: December 22, 1999
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): VHS, DVD
8
Live S map
  • Released: March 14, 2001
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): VHS, DVD
3
SMAP Short Films
  • Released: August 8, 2001
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): VHS
2
Live Pams (LIVE ウラスマ, Live Urasuma)
  • Released: December 21, 2001
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): VHS, DVD
3
Clip! Smap!
  • Released: September 21, 2002
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): VHS, DVD
2
Smap! Tour! 2002!
  • Released: March 5, 2003
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): VHS, DVD
1
Live MIJ
  • Released: December 24, 2003
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): VHS, DVD
1
SMAP to Itsu Chatta! SMAP Sample Tour 2005 (SMAPとイッちゃった! SMAP Sample Tour 2005)
  • Released: December 24, 2005
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): VHS, DVD
1
Pop Up! SMAP Live! Omottayori Tonjaimashita! Tour (Pop Up! SMAP LIVE! 思ったより飛んじゃいました! ツアー)
  • Released: December 6, 2006
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): VHS, DVD
2
SMAP 2008 Super Modern Artistic Performance Tour
  • Released: December 17, 2008
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): DVD, Blu-ray
150
We Are SMAP! 2010 Concert DVD
  • Released: December 8, 2010
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): DVD, Blu-ray
153
SMAP Thanks for Beijing!!
  • Released: December 7, 2011
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): DVD
1
Gift of SMAP Concert 2012
  • Released: December 5, 2012
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): DVD, Blu-ray
138
Mr. S "Saikou de Saikou no Concert Tour"
  • Released: December 10, 2015
  • Label: Victor
  • Format(s): DVD, Blu-ray
11
"—" denotes items which were released before the creation of the DVD and/or Blu-ray charts, or items that did not chart.

Notes

  1. 1 2 The Japan Hot 100 was established in 2008.
  2. 1 2 Sources for chart positions are as follows: "Dangan Fighter", [34] "Sono Mama", [35] "White Message", [36] "Kono Toki, Kitto Yume ja Nai", [37] "Jazz", [38] "Sotto Kyutto", [39] "This Is Love", [40] "We Are SMAP!", [40] "Not Alone (Shiawase ni Narōyo)", [41] "Boku no Hanbun", [42] "Sakasama no Sora", [43] "Moment", [44] "Gift", [45] "Mistake", [46] "Battery", [46] "Joy!!", [47] "Shareotsu", [48] "Yes We Are", [49] "Koko Kara", [49] "Top of the World", [50] "Amazing Discovery", [50] "Mr. S (Saitei de Saikou no Otoko)", [51] "Suki yo", [51] "Karei Naru Gyakushū", [52] "Humor Shichau yo", [52] "Otherside", [53] "Ai ga Tomaru Made wa", [53] "Sekai ni Hitotsu Dake no Hana", [54] and "Arigatō". [55]
  3. Performed as Otomatsu-kun (音松くん).
  4. 1 2 "Kokoro Puzzle Rhythm" and "Celery" charted at number 22 and number 46 respectively on the Japan Adult Contemporary Airplay Chart in 2008. [105]
  5. Charted at number 27 on the Japan Adult Contemporary Airplay Chart in 2014. [72]
  6. Charted at number 75 on the Japan Adult Contemporary Airplay Chart in 2011. [78]
  7. Charted in 2016.
  8. Charted in 2016.
  9. Charted at number 89 on the Radio Songs Chart. [92]
  10. Ineligible to chart on Oricon Singles Chart as it was not released as a physical CD.
  11. 1 2 The RIAJ Digital Track Chart is a deprecated chart that ran from 2009 until early 2012 and tracked full-length cellphone downloads.
  12. 1 2 Sources for chart positions are as follows: "Orange", [102] "Love & Peace Inside?", [103] and "Gift". [104]
  13. "Magic Time" charted at number 100 on the Radio Songs sub-chart. [106]
  14. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Released exclusively through SMAP Shop.
  15. 1 2 3 Charted in 2003

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The discography of Japanese pop duo Chage and Aska consists of 21 studio albums, 14 compilation albums, 26 video albums, and 55 singles. Chage and Aska debuted in 1979 with the single "Hitorizaki", which peaked at number 24 on the Oricon Singles Chart. In 1980, their single "Banri no Kawa" became their first hit on the charts. Their 1991 single "Say Yes", which was used as the theme to the Japanese drama The 101st Marriage Proposal (101回目のプロポーズ), shifted two million copies and is the sixth best-selling single of all time in the country. The group earned another double million seller, in 1993 through "Yah Yah Yah". The group has sold about 31 million records in Japan.

The discography of Japanese singer-songwriter Kazumasa Oda consists of nine studio albums, four compilation albums, two cover albums, three video albums, and thirty solo singles. Oda began his career as a performer of the folk-rock band Off Course. He began releasing solo material in 1985. His 1991 single "Oh! Yeah!" / "Love Story wa Totsuzen ni" topped the Oricon Singles Chart and was certified two-times million by the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ). When his 2016 compilation album Ano Hi Ano Toki topped the Oricon Albums Chart, Oda became the oldest artist in the country to achieve the accomplishment.

Sandaime J Soul Brothers discography

The discography of the Japanese pop group Sandaime J Soul Brothers consists of eight studio albums, two compilation albums, and twenty-six singles. Since the group's original formation in 1999, the group has experienced two line-up changes and reboots, and currently consists of seven members: Naoto Kataoka, Naoki Kobayashi, Ryuji Imaichi, Hiroomi Tosaka, Elly, Takanori Iwata, Kenjiro Yamashita. The group was formed by producer and former Exile member Hiroyuki Igarashi who founded the group's management agency LDH Japan.

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