Chemistry (band)

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Chemistry
Also known as Kemi
Origin Japan
Genres Pop, R&B
Years active 2001–present
Labels DefSTAR Records
Associated acts Kiyoshi Matsuo, Shigeaki Tanaka, Lena Park, John Legend, Dohzi-T, Synergy
Website www.chemistryclub.net/pc/top.jsp
Members
Yoshikuni Dōchin
Kaname Kawabata

Chemistry is a Japanese band. This group is made up of two members: Douchin and Kawabata.They were the winners of the Asayan audition (similar to the American Idol series) in 2000 organized by Sony Music Entertainment Japan. It was formed in 2001. The first single is "PIECES OF A DREAM".


Members[change | change source]

  • Yoshiyuki Dochin (1978.11.17)
  • Kaname Kawabata (1979.1.28)


Discography[change | change source]

Albums[change | change source]

No. Title Release date Ranking[1]
1 The Way We Are 2001-11-17 1
2 Second to None 2003-01-08 1
3 Between the Lines2003-06-18 1
4 One X One 2004-02-18 1
5 Hot Chemistry 2005-01-26 1
6 Fo(u)r 2005-11-16 2
7 Re:fo(u)rm 2006-08-09 25
8 All the Best 2006-11-22 1
9 Face to Face 2008-01-30 3
10 Winter of Love 2008-11-19 7
11 The Chemistry Joint Album 2009-03-11 10
12 Regeneration 2010-02-24 7
13 Chemistry 2001-2011 2011-03-02 6
14 Trinity 2012-01-25 8

Singles[change | change source]

No. Title Release date Ranking[1] No. of weeks in Charts[1]
1 "Pieces of a Dream" 2001-03-07 1 32 weeks
2 "Point of No Return" 2001-06-06 1 22 weeks
3 "You Go Your Way" 2001-10-11 1 14 weeks
4 "Kimi o Sagashiteta (New Jersey United)" (君をさがしてた ~New Jersey United~?) 2002-05-09 2 12 weeks
5 "Floatin'" 2002-07-17 1 6 weeks
6 "It Takes Two" 2002-11-13 1 14 weeks
7 "My Gift to You" 2002-12-18 4 2 weeks
8 "Ashita e Kaeru" (アシタヘカエル?) 2003-08-06 1 13 weeks
9 "Your Name Never Gone" 2003-11-19 2 13 weeks
10 "So in Vain" 2004-02-04 3 6 weeks
11 "Mirage in Blue" 2004-07-07 4 7 weeks
12 "Long Long Way" 2004-10-27 4 6 weeks
13 "Shiroi no Toiki" (白の吐息?) 2004-12-01 8 6 weeks
14 "Kimi ga Iru" (キミがいる?) 2005-02-23 4 9 weeks
15 "Music of Cosmic Era#Wings of Words|Wings of Words" 2005-07-27 2 12 weeks
16 "Almost in Love" 2005-11-02 6 8 weeks
17 "Yakusoku no Basho" (約束の場所?) 2006-10-04 4 11 weeks
18 "Tōkage feat. John Legend" (遠影?) 2006-11-01 9 5 weeks
19 "Top of the World" 2006-12-06 28 5 weeks
20 "Sora no Kiseki" (空の奇跡?) 2007-04-25 9 4 weeks
21 "This Night"[2] 2007-08-01 13 5 weeks
22 "Saigo no Kawa" 2007-10-24 4 11 weeks
23 "Kagayaku Yoru" (輝く夜?) (supported by Monkey Majik) 2007-12-05 18 3 weeks
24 "Life goes on" 2008-08-20 12 5 weeks
25 "Koisuru Yuki Aisuru Sora" (恋する雪 愛する空?) 2008-11-05 16 4 weeks
26 "A Place for Us" (with Toko Furuuchi) 2009-02-18 21 2 weeks
27 "Ano Hi/Once Again (Ano Hi feat. Dohzi-T/Once Again" あの日 (feat. Dohzi-T)?) 2009-11-04 19 4 weeks
28 "Period" 2010-01-27 12 1 weeks
29 "Shawty" (Chemistry+Synergy) 2010-08-18 18 3 weeks
30 "Keep Your Love" (Chemistry+Synergy) 2010-11-03 11 3 weeks
31 "A Better Tomorrow" 2011-02-16 16 2 weeks
32 "Merry-go-round" 2011-03-02 19 weeks
33 "Independence" 2011-08-10 17 weeks
34 "Eternal Smile" 2011-11-30 19 weeks

Videos[change | change source]

  • 2002-04-10 R.A.W. ~Respect and Wisdom- Chemistry Acoustic Live (in DVD and VHS)
  • 2003-02-14 Chemistry the Videos: 2001-2002 ~What You See is What You Get~ (in DVD and VHS)
  • 2003-09-10 Two as We Stand ~Live and Documentary 2002-2003~ (in DVD and VHS)
  • 2005-01-26 Chemistry in Suntory Hall ~Hibiki~ (in DVD and Universal Media Disc|UMD)
  • 2006-08-09 Chemistry the Videos: 2003-2006 ~We Sing, Therefore We Are~ (in DVD and VHS)
  • 2006-11-22 Chemistry 2006 Tour Fo(u)r (Blu-ray Disc)


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