Back with a new Oricon Weekly roundup.
This article covers the 3rd week of July – which includes singles and albums released between 19/07/2021 and 25/07/2021.
Let’s take a look at the data.
Oricon Weekly Albums Ranking
NEW ENTRY: Spring Troupe “A3! SUNNY SPRING EP”
The Spring Troupe kicked off A3!’s SUNNY EP CD series. “SUNNY SPRING EP“ got a solid reception by fans of the franchise, sitting at #12 with 8,013 copies sold.
NEW ENTRY: Paradox Live 2nd album LIVE
Paradox Live 2nd album “LIVE” was well received.
The compilation album includes a couple of fan-favorite songs by BAE, The Cat’s Whiskers, cozmez, and Akkan Yatsura, as well as a new song by Stage Battle’s winners cozmez and Buraikan’s debut song “Buraikan is Back”.
By the end of its first week of sales, Paradox Live 2nd album “LIVE” sits at #15, counting with 5,778 copies sold.
NEW ENTRY: Koutaro Nishiyama “Laundry”
Koutaro Nishiyama laidback jazz-pop and citypop vibes are back with “Laundry“.
The mini-album is off to a great start on Oricon’s Weekly Albums chart, sitting at #16 with 5,172 copies sold.
NEW ENTRY: VARIOUS ARTISTS “ST@RTING LINE -BEST”
THE IDOLM@STER SideM franchise revisited the 2015 ST@RTING LINE CD series with the 4-DISC CD release “ST@RTING LINE -BEST“.
The album sold 3,889 copies, taking a seat at #20.
Oricon Weekly Singles Ranking
Crazy:B “Ensemble Stars!! ES Idol Song season2 Crazy:B”
Crazy:B‘s “Ensemble Stars!! ES Idol Song season2 Crazy:B” drops from #3 to #10, counting with 6,058 copies sold.
In 2 weeks, the single has over 49,000 copies sold.
NEW ENTRY: Ra*bits ✕ Double Face “Pocket ni uchu” Ensemble Stars!! FUSION UNIT SERIES 02
Ra*bits ✕ Double Face “Pocket ni uchu” Ensemble Stars!! FUSION UNIT SERIES 02 got a solid reception by fans of the franchise.
The single sold 4,057 copies, enough for a spot at #16.
TRIGGER stumble on the chart with their new single “PLACES“. The talented trio drops from #14 to #43 after a lukewarm week of sales with 1,036 copies sold.
In 2 weeks, the single counts with over 5,600 copies sold.
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.