We’re back with a new Oricon Weekly roundup.
This article covers the 4th week of June – which includes singles and albums released between 22/06/2020 and 28/06/2020.
Let’s take a look at the data.
Oricon Weekly Album Ranking
NEW ENTRY: Anthos “For…”
Anthos‘ newest album, For… had a solid first week of sales.
The album, that includes the sweet Antholic, song dedicated to their fans, takes a seat at #22 after selling 2,253 copies.
NEW ENTRY: RUBIA Leopard “DIG-ROCK -DUEL FES- Vol.1 Type RL”
RUBIA Leopard returned with new music part of the now ongoing, DUEL FES series.
DIG-ROCK -DUEL FES- Vol.1 Type RL, album including the song Prisoner, grabbed a seat at #30 after selling 1,695 copies.
NEW ENTRY: Impish Crow “DIG-ROCK DUEL FES VOL.1 IC”
Following close behind are Impish Crow. The powerpop band also released their 1st entry in the DUEL FES series, and got themselves a great place on this week’s Oricon chart.
DIG-ROCK DUEL FES VOL.1 IC sold 1,673 copies, grabbing a spot at #31.
Oricon Weekly Single Ranking
NEW ENTRY: Six Gravity “Paint It Black”
Six Gravity made a massive comeback with Paint it Black. The fan response was warm with the single selling 6,159 copies on the first week.
Paint it Black sits at #8.
NEW ENTRY: Procellarum “White Sparks”
Fellow Tsukiuta group, Procellarum, grabbed a spot at #9 after selling 5,749 copies of their newest single, White Sparks.
NEW ENTRY: Jin & Akiomi “Ensemble Stars!! ES Idol Song Extra Jin & Akiomi”
Ensemble Stars!!’s Jin & Akiomi released Ensemble Stars!! ES Idol Song Extra Jin & Akiomi.
The single was well received, grabbing a seat at #13 with 3,867 copies sold.
A3! Spring and Summer Troupes “Home / Orange Heart”
A3!‘s Spring and Summer Troupes slip on the chart with Home / Orange Heart. The single drops from #30 to #44 after selling 446 copies.
RE-ENTRY: Trickstar “Ensemble Stars!! ES Idol Song season1 Trickstar”
Trickstar return to Oricon Weekly’s top 50 with Ensemble Stars!! ES Idol Song season1 Trickstar.
The single needed 443 copies to grab a spot at #45.
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.