B.B.Queens

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B.B.Queens
Origin  Japan
Genres J-Pop
Years active 1990 (1990)–1993, 2007, 2011
Labels BMG Rooms, B-Gram Records
Associated acts Mi-Ke, Keiko Utoku
Website Official website
Members Yuiko Tsubokura (Vocals)
Fusanosuke Gendo (Vocals)
Keiko Utoku (Chorus)
Takashi Masuzaki (Guitar)
Past members Haruka Murakami (Chorus)
Mami Watanabe (Chorus)
Seichiro Kuribayashi (Bass)
Eisuke Mochizuki (Keyboard)

B.B.Queens (B.B.クイーンズ Bī Bī Kuīnzu?) were a 1990s J-Pop band whose debut single "Odoru Pompokolin" was the #1 song in 1990 on the Oricon charts, won the 32nd Japan Record Awards, was listed as the 3rd song on the JASRAC lists for 1991, and certified as a Million Record.

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • "Odoru Pompokolin" (おどるポンポコリン Odoru Ponpokorin?, April 4, 1990)
  • "Gingira Paradise" (ギンギラパラダイス Gingira Paradaisu?, December 19, 1990)
  • "Bokura no Nanokakan Sensō ~Seven Days Dream~" (ぼくらの七日間戦争〜Seven Days Dream〜 Bokura no Nanokakan Sensō ~Sebun Deizu Dorīmu~?, June 5, 1991)
  • "Kiss no Tochū" (キスの途中 Kisu no Tochū?, October 9, 1991)
  • "Do Re Mi Fa Daijōbu" (ドレミファだいじょーぶ?, December 16, 1991)
  • "Yume no End wa Itsumo Mezamashi!" (夢のENDはいつも目覚まし! Yume no Endo wa Itsumo Mezamashi!?, November 26, 1992)
  • "Odoru Pompokolin ~Chibi Maruko-chan Birthday 25th Version~" (おどるポンポコリン~ちびまる子ちゃん 誕生 25th Version~ Odoru Ponpokorin ~Chibi Marukochan Tanjō 25th Version~?, May 1, 2011)

Albums[edit]

  • We Are B.B.Queens (WE ARE B.B.クィーンズ Wī Ā Bī Bī Kuīnzu?, July 4, 1990)
  • Party (December 19, 1990)
  • Manatsu no B.B.Queens (真夏のB.B.クィーンズ Manatsu no Bī Bī Kuīnzu?, July 3, 1991)
  • Royal Straight B.B.Queens (July 20, 2011)

Compilation albums[edit]

  • SING!!〜SEGA GAME MUSIC presented by B.B.Queens (August 12, 1992)
  • complete of B.B.QUEENS at the BEING studio (November 25, 2002)
  • BEST OF BEST 1000 B.B.QUEENS (BEST OF BEST 1000 B.B.クィーンズ Besuto Obu Besuto Sauzando Bī Bī Kuīnzu?, December 12, 2007)

Other songs[edit]

  • "Kimi ni Kokekokkō!" (君にコケコッコー!?)
  • "Shogenai de yo Baby" (しょげないでよBaby?)

See also[edit]