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Bust Waste Hip
Bust Waste Hip
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Studio album by
ReleasedSeptember 10, 1990[1]
February 10, 1993 (rerelease)
RecordedAvaco Creative Studio
GenrePunk rock
LabelEast West Japan[1]
DirectorChihiro Tanikawa
ProducerThe Blue Hearts
The Blue Hearts chronology
Train-Train Bust Waste Hip High Kicks
Singles from Bust Waste Hip
  1. "J?netsu no Bara"
    Released: July 25, 1990
  2. "Kubitsuri-dai Kara"
    Released: April 10, 1991

Bust Waste Hip (, Basuto Uesuto Hippu) was the fourth album released by the Japanese band The Blue Hearts. The album was a big success[2] and was the first album by the band to reach #1 on the Oricon charts.

The band went on the Zen-Nippon East Waste Tour in 1991 to promote the album, leading to the release of the Zen-Nippon East Waste Tour '91 video that same year.


  1. "Image" (?)
  2. "Koroshi no License" ( License to Kill)
  3. "Kubitsuri-dai Kara" ( From the Hangman's Block)
  4. "N? Tenki" ( Carefree)
  5. "Yoru no Naka o" (? Middle of the Night)
  6. "Kanashii Uwasa" ( Sad Rumor)
  7. "H Blues" (H)
  8. "Yume no Eki" ( Dream Station)
  9. "Koi no Game" ( Love Game)
  10. "Speed" (?)
  11. "Cutie Pie" (?)
  12. "J?netsu no Bara" ( Rose of Passion)
  13. "Mayonaka no Telephone" ( Midnight Telephone)
  14. "Navigator" ()


  1. ^ a b Bust Waste Hip Archived 2007-11-12 at the Wayback Machine. bluehearts.com. Accessed February 22, 2008.
  2. ^ Nippop | The Blue Hearts | Profile. Nippop. Accessed February 6, 2008.

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