Back with a new Oricon Weekly roundup.
This article covers the 4th week of July – which includes singles and albums released between 26/07/2021 and 01/08/2021.
Let’s take a look at the data.
Oricon Weekly Albums Ranking
NEW ENTRY: Shugo Nakamura “NATURAL”
Shugo Nakamura‘s 1st full-length album “NATURAL” takes a comfortable seat at #16, after selling 4,026 copies in the past week.
NEW ENTRY: RUBIA Leopard “DIG-ROCK -dice- Type:RLxHR”
RUBIA Leopard wrapped up the “dice” CD series in the DIG-ROCK franchise with the release of “DIG-ROCK -dice- Type:RLxHR”.
The single was well-received, taking a place at #21 with 2,590 copies sold.
Spring Troupe “A3! SUNNY SPRING EP”
The Spring Troupe slips from #12 to #24 with “SUNNY SPRING EP“.
The EP sold 2,056 copies in the past week, taking this EP’s total sales number to over 10,000 copies.
Koutaro Nishiyama “Laundry”
Koutaro Nishiyama‘s 2nd mini-album “Laundry“ drops from #16 to #39, after selling 1,128 copies in its second week.
Paradox Live 2nd album LIVE
The biggest fall of the week belongs to Paradox Live’s Paradox Live 2nd album “LIVE”.
The album dropped from #15 to #46 after selling 955 copies in the past week.
VARIOUS ARTISTS “ST@RTING LINE -BEST”
Another big drop on Oricon’s Albums chart belongs to THE IDOLM@STER SideM with the 4-DISC CD release “ST@RTING LINE -BEST“.
The album dropped from #20 to #48 after selling 926 copies in the past week.
Oricon Weekly Singles Ranking
NEW ENTRY: Shugo Nakamura “Kowareta Sekai no Byoshin wa”
Shugo Nakamura‘s 壊れた世界の秒針は (Kowareta Sekai no Byoshin wa) takes a comfortable seat at #15 after selling 3,392 copies sold.
NEW ENTRY: Iku Kannaduki “Autumn Note”
Iku Kannaduki‘s (CV: Kensho Ono) “Autumn Note” enters Oricon’s Weekly Singles chart at #21. The single sold 2,244 copies.
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 slips from #16 to #40 after a lukewarm week of sales.
The single sold 1,071 copies.
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.