We’re back with a new Oricon Weekly roundup.
This article covers the 1st week of May – which includes singles and albums released between 04/05/2020 and 10/05/2020.
Let’s take a look at the data.
Oricon Weekly Album Ranking
RE-ENTRY: SolidS “DIAMOND”
After one week away from the charts, SolidS‘ exciting entry in the CARDS series, DIAMOND, returns to top top 50. After 852 copies sold in the past week, SolidS make an impressive recovery and claim #19.
Hiroshi Kamiya “TP”
Hiroshi Kamiya‘s TP slips one place to #24 after a quiet 3rd week of sales with 726 copies sold.
Oricon Weekly Single Ranking
NEW ENTRY: The Cat’s Whiskers and Akkan Yatsura “PARADOX LIVE Stage Battle JUSTICE”
The newest entry in PARADOX LIVE‘s Stage Battle series is out. JUSTICE pities mature lo-fi rap team, The Cat’s Whiskers against the passionate and intimidating team, Akkan Yatsura.
JUSTICE sold 4,016 copies, enough to take this release to #4.
RE-ENTRY: Mamoru Miyano “Hikari Sasu Hou e”
After disappearing one week after its release, Mamoru Miyano‘s newest single, Hikari Sasu Hou e, returns to Oricon Weekly’s top 50. The single made an impressive recovery, claiming a spot at #9 with 1,565 copies sold.
Shouta Aoi “BAD END”
Shouta Aoi slips on the chart with his newest single, BAD END. 1,361 copies weren’t enough to hold on to #8 thus, the single dropped to #13.
WHITE GRAVITY and BLACK DEJAVU “Another World～WHITE&BLACK～Theme song CD”
WHITE GRAVITY and BLACK DEJAVU‘s Another World～WHITE&BLACK～Theme song CD recovers a couple of places. 4 weeks after its release, Another World jumps from #26 to #14 after selling 1,325 copies.
Argonavis “Hoshi ga Hajimaru”
Argonavis‘ Hoshi ga Hajimaru, single featured as the opening theme for ARGONAVIS from BanG Dream! ANIMATION, drops from #17 to #21 after a quiet second week of sales with 852 copies sold.
Altessimo, Sai and HighxJoker “THE IDOLM@STER SideM 5th ANNIVERSARY DISC 05”
Altessimo, Sai and HighxJoker‘s THE IDOLM@STER SideM 5th ANNIVERSARY DISC 05 jumps from #44 to #29 with 567 copies sold in the past week.
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.