The 30th anniversary concert DVD "Seiko Matsuda Concert Tour 2010 My Prelude", which was released on 11/17, sold 60million copies just in the first week. The DVD made 8th in the weekly Oricon DVD ranking for 11/29. This is Seiko's first DVD which made in the Top 10 and the first Top 10 video (including VHS) since "Concert Tour 20th Party", which was released in 2000/12 and ranked 10th in the video chart.

30th ANNIVERSARY Seiko Matsuda Concert Tour 2010 My Prelude

The DVD for the live performances from Seiko's 30th anniversary concert at Yokohama Arena on 2010/7/24 will be released on 2010/11/17.

Region: 2

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Limited Edition - includes a photobook and sleeve package
Regular Edition

Seiko's official cover album "MemorieS ~ Songs for the Season of White ~" will be released on 2010/12/15.

The songs were selected by Chiaki, who claims to be the biggest Seiko fan in the showbiz.

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1 Mafuyu no Koibitotachi Lumiere
2 Hitomi wa Diamond note native & Chiaki
3 Manhattan de Breakfast DATASPEAKER & yulica
5 Ame no Coney Island KOJI 2000 NAKAZAWA & AZ catalpa (A.S.P)
7 Heart no Earring small happiness & Frenesi
8 Shiroi Koibito cargo & arlie Ray
9 Pearl-White Eve Jamoxim & Akiko Jōryō (SLY TRIBES)
10 Jikan Ryokō YASUTO & Jun

Grammy Award winner David Foster had the first Japanese concert in sixteen years. About 10,000 people went to the Tokyo International Forum on 2010/10/19 and 10/20.

The style of the event was such that Foster would play piano for various vocalists, including Peter Cetera, Natalie Cole, and surprise guest singers. The 10/19 show had MISIA as the guest, and Seiko sang on 10/20.

In 1983, “Sweet Memories”, which was originally the B side of “Garasu no Ringo”, gained a huge popularity through a television ad for Suntory can beer, which featured an anime clip with the famous penguin characters. Because of that both songs officially became the A side. It is one of Seiko’s most popular songs to this day.

On October 23rd, Suntory will release a new version of the ad for the coffee “BOSS” with Seiko herself and the penguins.

Original ad from 1983:

New version from 2010: