We’re back with a new Oricon Weekly roundup.
This article covers the 3rd week of May – which includes singles and albums released between 18/05/2020 and 24/05/2020.
Let’s take a look at the data.
Oricon Weekly Album Ranking
RE-ENTRY: Hiroshi Kamiya “TP”
Hiroshi Kamiya‘s TP re-enters the chart at #48. 660 copies sold were more than enough to bring the release back to top #50.
Oricon Weekly Single Ranking
NEW ENTRY: A3! “Home / Orange Heart”
A3! Season Spring & Summer‘s theme song CD Home / Orange Heart takes an impressive spot at #5 after selling 3,172 copies.
Mamoru Miyano “Hikari Sasu Hou e”
Mamoru Miyano‘s Hikari Sasu Hou e makes up for last week’s slip on the chart by gaining 5 places. 995 copies sold took the single from #18 to #13.
WHITE GRAVITY and BLACK DEJAVU “Another World～WHITE&BLACK～Theme song CD”
In the opposite direction go WHITE GRAVITY and BLACK DEJAVU. Another World～WHITE&BLACK～Theme song CD slips from #11 to #15. The single counted with 992 copies sold last week.
Shouta Aoi “BAD END”
Shouta Aoi drops 1 spot with BAD END. Another quiet week of sales with 910 copies sold took the single from #16 to #17.
The Cat’s Whiskers and Akkan Yatsura “PARADOX LIVE Stage Battle JUSTICE”
On its 3rd week featured on Oricon Weekly’s top 50, The Cat’s Whiskers and Akkan Yatsura‘s entry in the Stage Battle series, JUSTICE, continues to fade out.
812 copies sold weren’t enough for JUSTICE to hold onto its #6, dropping to #20.
Argonavis “Hoshi ga Hajimaru”
4 weeks since its release, Argonavis‘ Hoshi ga Hajimaru, single featured as the opening theme for ARGONAVIS from BanG Dream! ANIMATION, continues its journey. The single wasn’t able to hold on to #34 and fell to #40 after selling 434 copies.
Altessimo, Sai and HighxJoker “THE IDOLM@STER SideM 5th ANNIVERSARY DISC 05”
The biggest drop of the week belongs to Altessimo, Sai and HighxJoker‘s THE IDOLM@STER SideM 5th ANNIVERSARY DISC 05. The single comes from #29 to #50 after a weak week of sales with 376 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.