Japan’s response to Westlife or the Backstreet Young boys, Arashi (“Surprise”) were designed to take the globe by storm, plus they did, a minimum of its East Asian component. They also were able to combine resonant popularity using a profession longevity atypical of the boy band, launching a new record each year but one since their inception, the vast majority of which visited number 1. Their continuing success could be credited towards the addition of hip-hop, R&B, and rock and roll elements within their music, providing them with a greater identification than that possessed by various other acts set up by Johnny & Affiliates — the excellent Japanese male idol making agency that developed Arashi. Johnny & Affiliates debuted the music group in 1999 in Honolulu, where Arashi possess returned several even more times since; choosing the bandleader inside a paper-rock-scissors video game on a Television show (the champion was Satoshi Ohno), Arashi started documenting singles, the to begin which, “A-RA-SHI,” offered because the theme track from the Volleyball Globe Glass of 1999 kept in Japan. The single’s product sales contacted one million copies. Between 1999 and 2001, Arashi caused Pony Canyon, but after their 1st full-length launch, Arashi No. 1 Ichigou: Arashi wa Arashi wo Yobu!, they turned to J-Storm label, that was developed by Johnny & Affiliates specifically to market the music group. J-Storm did an excellent work: Arashi’s following two albums, Right here We Move! (2002) and How’s It Heading? (2003), both charted at number 2, all of the band’s following singles and albums topped the graphs, and each and every after 2002 became a style tune for a film, crisis, or anime series. Arashi also released many Dvd videos and two even more singles compilations, not forgetting several Television and radio applications hosted by bandmembers, who also starred in a variety of movies and Television series. In 2006, Arashi broke in to the international market, launching the record Arashic in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Thailand, and South Korea, where it reached number 1 for the non-Korean albums graphs. The LP was marketed by way of a tour in Taiwan and South Korea (the display in Thailand coincided using a putsch and was hence canceled). The ninth record, Time (2007), marketed 190,000 products in its debut week and allowed the music group to gather a complete viewers of 200,000 because of its gigs on the domes of Osaka and Tokyo. Touring expanded into 2008, when Arashi performed a five-dome present in Japan, in addition to gigs in Taipei, Seoul, and Shanghai. The music group also scored high rankings because of its prime-time present for the TBS network, and stated the very best two places around the Oricon annual single graphs for 2008 with “Truth”/”Kaze no Mukou He” (number 1) and “One Like” (number 2) — an accomplishment not observed in Japan in 19 years. Their eighth studio room recording, Dream Alive, continued to sell a lot more than 300,000 copies. Excepting 2009, Arashi continuing to turn out a new recording every year, without indication of dwindling recognition. Each one of their albums released from then on date visited number 1 in Japan, three of these selling more than a million copies; two also topped Korea’s transfer graph, and four Taiwan’s. Probably the most effective, 2010’s comeback recording Boku no Miteiru Fuukei (“The Landscapes I’m CONSIDERING”), was also their biggest-selling recording overall. Each and every they released since 2004 visited number 1. The dual A-side “I Look for”/”Daylight,” using their 2016 recording Are You Content?, gave them their biggest strike solitary since their debut, offering over 800,000 copies, with both tunes used as styles for TV dilemma series starring people of the music group.