We’re back with a new Oricon Weekly roundup.
This article covers the third week of February – which includes singles and albums released between 18/02/2019 and 24/02/2019.
Let’s take a look at the data.
Oricon Weekly Album Ranking
NEW ENTRY: Kashicomi “AM”
Kashicomi‘s first mini-album has entered the weekly chart at #35. On its first week of sales it sold a total of 2,369 copies.
Oricon Weekly Single Ranking
THE IDOLM@STER SideM WORLD TRE@SURE 06
On its third consecutive week in the chart, THE IDOLM@STER SideM WORLD TRE@SURE 06 continues to put in big sales numbers. After dropping to #17, the 6th release in the WORLD TRE@SURE series has risen to #14 with a total of 9,542 copies sold. THE IDOLM@STER SideM WORLD TRE@SURE 06 has over 50,000 copies sold in three weeks.
We reviewed this release. You can check our review HERE.
NEW ENTRY: Koi Kisaragi “Tomorrow”Color”
Koi Kisaragi‘s “Tomorrow’s Color“, release part of Tsukiuta series Character CD 4th season, enters the weekly chart at #23. “Tomorrow’s Color” has a total of 3,892 copies sold in its first week.
Yamato Nikaido “Wonderful Octave”
The second release in the 12HITS! series, featuring Yamato Nikaido, previously ranked at #13. On its second week “Wonderful Octave” drops to #27 after selling 2,966 copies.
NEW ENTRY: Growth “Na mo naki hoshitachi”
Growth‘s 名も無き星たち (Na mo naki hoshitachi) is ranked #28 on the weekly chart. 名も無き星たち (Na mo naki hoshitachi) sold a total 2,963 copies.
NEW ENTRY: SolidS “Between the Sheets”
SQ SolidS [RE:START] Series Vol. 4 featuring Shiki (Takuya Eguchi) and Rikka (Natsuki Hanae) has entered the weekly chart on #29. “Between the Sheets” sold 2,793 on its first week of sales.
NEW ENTRY: Argonavis “GOAL LINE”
Argonavis‘s debut single “GOAL LINE” sold a total of 2,079 copies, jumping to #34.
NEW ENTRY: QUELL “Fata Morgana”
“Fata Morgana” has entered this weeks’s chart. SQ QUELL [RE:START] Series Vol. 5 sold below expectations. A total of 1,434 copies took this release to #44.
If there aren’t sales figures on the prints we’ve posted, it’s because the music label behind that artist doesn’t want to disclose that information. It happens often with the Daily rankings. The Oricon charts depicted here only count physical copies. Digital figures are featured on a different chart.