We’re back with a new Oricon Weekly roundup.
This article covers the second week of January – which includes singles/albums released between 08/01/2018 and 14/01/2018. This week there’s no seiyuu/2.5D idol project featured in Album ranking.
Let’s take a look at the data.
Oricon Weekly Single ranking
NEW ENTRY: Re:vale “NO DOUBT”
Re:vale‘s catchy single “NO DOUBT” had a fantastic first week of sales. The single debuted within top 5 on Oricon Daily as soon as it was released, keeping a steady rank throughout the week. With over 10.000 copies sold, Re:vale‘s new single currently occupies #7 on Oricon Weekly.
We’ve reviewed this release. You can find the review HERE.
NEW ENTRY: MaM “Ensemble Stars! Unit song CD 3rd series vol.11 MaM”
MaM is the last outfit from Ensemble Stars! to release a CD part of 3rd unit song series. The release was well received by fans of the franchise, quickly jumping to top 10 on Oricon Weekly at the time of release. With a little over 8.000 copies sold, MaM occupies #9 on Oricon Weekly.
NEW ENTRY: PENGUIN RESEARCH “Kinjitsukoukai Dainishou”
Yoji Ikuta‘s rock band, PENGUIN RESEARCH, made their comeback with 近日公開第二章 (Kinjitsukoukai Dainishou), single that had a consistent week on Oricon. The single sold a over 3.000 copies, earning the band a solid #19 place on this week’s chart.
NEW ENTRY: MAJIKO DESTROY “Ore Tachi Majiko Destroy“
Majiko Destroy made their debut last week. The unit consisting of KENN, Natsuki Hanae, Shintaro Asanuma, Wataru Urata, Jin Ogasawara, Yoshiki Murakami and Takao Mitsutomi released “Ore Tachi Majiko Destroy“, single that ranked on #30 on Oricon Weekly.
Idolmaster SideM’s Beit, W and S.E.M going strong
Another week and Idolmaster SideM‘s units S.E.M, Beit and W are still going strong on Oricon Weekly. S.E.M improved their rank to #24, Beit maintain their rank and W lost one place. Beit continue to occupy #27 and W are now occupying #30.
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. The Oricon charts only count physical copies. Digital figures and ranks might be different.