Complete II


Complete II
Complete II
Compilation album by X Japan
Released October 1, 2005
Genre Heavy metal, speed metal, progressive metal,
symphonic metal
Label Columbia
X Japan compilation chronology
Best ~Fan's Selection~
(2001)
Complete II
(2005)
Aoi Yoru Shiroi Yoru Complete Edition
(2007)

Complete II is a box set released October 1, 2005. On ten CDs and nine DVDs it collects all studio and live albums, and all DVDs that X Japan released after changing their name from X, along with two DVDs containing previously unreleased and rare material from the band's earlier career. It reached number 92 on the Oricon chart.[1]

CDs

DVDs

  1. "Prologue ~ World Anthem" (S.E.)
  2. "Silent Jealousy"
  3. "Sadistic Desire"
  4. "Stab Me in the Back"
  5. "Week End"
  6. "Celebration"
  7. "Drum Solo"
  8. "Art of Life"
  9. "Kurenai"
  10. "Orgasm"
  11. "Endless Rain"
  12. "Joker"
  13. "X"
  14. "Say Anything" (S.E.)
  • Super Rare Clips 1987 Xclamation - Kurenai (previously limited released in 1987 and again in 1988)
  1. "Xclamation"
  2. "Stab Me in the Back"
  3. "Kurenai"

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