We’re back with a new Oricon Weekly roundup.
This article covers the 4th week of May – which includes singles and albums released between 25/05/2020 and 31/05/2020.
Let’s take a look at the data.
Oricon Weekly Album Ranking
NEW ENTRY: Gaku Oguro “hematite x amethyst”
Gaku Oguro (CV: Takuya Masumoto)’s entry in VAZZROCK‘s 2nd season of the bi-color series takes a spot within top 50.
hematite x amethyst sold 866 copies, enough to grab a spot at #46.
Oricon Weekly Single Ranking
NEW ENTRY: Trickstar “Ensemble Stars!! ES Idol Song season1 Trickstar”
Trickstar‘s first entry in the newest series of group releases within the Ensemble Stars!! franchise joins top 10.
Ensemble Stars!! ES Idol Song season1 Trickstar counted with 6,136 copies sold, taking the group to #6.
WHITE GRAVITY and BLACK DEJAVU “Another World～WHITE&BLACK～Theme song CD”
WHITE GRAVITY and BLACK DEJAVU continue to lose ground on Oricon. Another World～WHITE&BLACK～Theme song CD slips from #15 to #24, counting with 1,070 copies sold last week.
A3! “Home / Orange Heart”
After a fantastic result in the past week, A3! Season Spring & Summer‘s theme song CD Home / Orange Heart takes a big fall on Oricon’s Singles chart.
The single fell from #5 to #29 after selling 904 copies in the past week.
The Cat’s Whiskers and Akkan Yatsura “PARADOX LIVE Stage Battle JUSTICE”
4 weeks later, The Cat’s Whiskers and Akkan Yatsura are still present on Oricon’s top 50. Their entry in the Stage Battle series, JUSTICE, lost a couple of places from #20 to 35 after a quiet week of sales with 716 copies sold.
Shouta Aoi “BAD END”
Shouta Aoi takes a big fall on Oricon’s Singles chart with BAD END. The single fell from #17 to #42 after another quiet of sales with 578 copies sold.
Mamoru Miyano “Hikari Sasu Hou e”
In the same direction went Mamoru Miyano‘s Hikari Sasu Hou e that, after last week’s fantastic recuperation, ended up falling over 40 places on Oricon’s Singles Chart this week. With 509 copies sold last week, Hikari Sasu Hou e dropped from #13 to #49.
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.