We’re back with a new Oricon Weekly roundup.
This article covers the 4th week of July – which includes singles and albums released between 27/07/2020 and 02/08/2020.
Let’s take a look at the data.
Oricon Weekly Album Ranking
NEW ENTRY: SparQlew “evergreen”
SparQlew‘s 2nd full-length album was highly anticipated, especially due to the fact that its release was postponed from its original May 2020 release.
NEW ENTRY: QUELL “HEART”
QUELL make their 2nd entry in the CARDS series. HEART was well received by fans of the group, grabbing a spot at #24 with 1,803 copies sold.
NEW ENTRY: VAZZROCK “VAZZROCK play of color series vol.4”
VAZZROCK’s play of color Vol. 4 – release featuring Masahiro Yamanaka (Vazzy), Yukitoshi Kikuchi (ROCK DOWN’s leader), Takuya Sato (ROCK DOWN) – sits at #30 after selling 1,192 copies.
Oricon Weekly Single Ranking
NEW ENTRY: fine “ES Idol Song season1 fine”
Ensemble Stars!!’s fine made their return with new music this week. ES Idol Song season1 fine takes a spot at #9 with 7,731 copies sold.
NEW ENTRY: BAE vs The Cat’s Whiskers “PRIDE”
Paradox Live‘s teams, BAE and The Cat’s Whiskers, faced off in a battle for a new release in the Stage Battle series.
PRIDE was well received by fans of the franchise, managing to sell 5,488 copies and snatching a spot at #11.
NEW ENTRY: Makoto Furukawa “Honjitsu mo Makoto ni Seiten nari”
After its digital release, Makoto Furukawa‘s Honjitsu mo Makoto ni Seiten nari sees the light of day in its physical edition.
The single was extremely well received, grabbing a spot at #12 with 4,938 copies sold.
NEW ENTRY: DREAM!ing “DREAM!ing Yume Live CD side WHITE”
DREAM!ing‘s Yume Live CD side WHITE manages to do the odd feat of grabbing the exact same #21 as Yume Live CD side BLACK. The single counts with 1,696 copies sold.
RE-ENTRY: Trickstar “Ensemble Stars!! ES Idol Song season1 Trickstar”
Trickstar return to Oricon Weekly’s top 50 for the 2nd time since the release of Ensemble Stars!! ES Idol Song season1 Trickstar.
The single sold needed 510 copies, more than enough to grab a spot at #47.
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.