Baad

Baad is a Japanese rock band that formed in 1992 and debut on February 1993 with the single "Donna Toki Demo Hold Me Tight" and quickly rose to the top. Their biggest hit came months later with the single "Kimi ga Suki da to Sakebitai" that was used in the anime series Slam Dunk. The main vocalist and lyricist Yamada Kyouji left the band in 1995 and replaced by Hata Hideki as a second vocalist. Following that, the band switched labels from ZAIN Records to Nippon Columbia. The band disbanded in 1999 due to unknown reasons.

 

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Releases

Sleeve Title Year Format
BAAD (2) - Cannon Jack 2012 File, WAV, Single
BAAD (2) - The Shotgun 2013 File, WAV, Single
BAAD (2) - Monsoon 2012 File, WAV, Single
BAAD (2) - Digital City 2012 File, WAV, Single
BAAD - Get Back Together 1994 CD, Album
BAAD (2) - Air Kade 2012 File, WAV, Single
BAAD (2) - Digital City Remixes 2013 File, WAV, Single
BAAD - Baad 1994 CD, Album
BAAD - Kimiga Sukidato Sakebitai (Theme from TV Animation Slam Dunk) 1993 CD, Mini, Single
Baad Revolutions - Cherok Divine EP 2001 Vinyl, EP, 12"
Ba'ad Trip - Ba'ad Trip 2013 Cassette, Single Sided, Album
Ba'ad Trip - The Last Four EPs Cassette, Compilation
Ba'ad Trip - D Sides 2014 Cassette, Single Sided, Mini-Album
Sooo Baad Revue - Live 1977 Vinyl, LP, Album
Baad John Cross - New Revolution - Chapter One 1984 Vinyl, LP, Album
Baad John Cross - New Revolution - Chapter One 2017 CD, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue
Sooo Baad Revue - 最後の本音 1976 Vinyl, 7"
Sooo Baad Revue - Sooo Baad Revue 1989 CD, Album, Reissue
Sooo Baad Revue - Sooo Baad Revue 1976 Vinyl, LP, Album
Baad John Cross - New Revolution - Chapter One 2017 Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue
Sooo Baad Revue - 最後の本音 1996 Vinyl, 7"
Sooo Baad Revue - 最後の本音 1976 Vinyl, 7"
Sooo Baad Revue - Sooo Baad Revue 1976 Vinyl, LP, Album
Baad John Cross - New Revolution - Chapter One 1984 Vinyl, LP, Album
Ba'ad Trip, RIDE OR DIE - Up The Queer Skate Punx Split 2014 Cassette, Single Sided, Album, Mixed

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