We’re back with a new Oricon Weekly roundup.
This article covers the fifth week of December – which includes singles and albums released between 30/12/2018 and 06/01/2019.
Let’s take a look at the data.
Oricon Weekly Album ranking
SparQlew “Bring it on!”
SparQlew‘s debut album “Bring it on!” climbs Oricon Weekly. The full-length album jumped from #41 to #23 after selling 2,869 copies. “Bring it on!” has over 5.000 copies sold in 2 weeks.
RE-ENTRY: MAD TRIGGER CREW VS Matenro
MAD TRIGGER CREW VS Matenro re-enters Oricon Weekly’s top 50. The album sold 1,397 copies, enough to rise to #46. We’ve reviewed this release. You can find our review HERE.
Oricon Weekly Single ranking
Matenro “Matenro -onnin rinshou”
Matenro‘s “Matenro -onnin rinshou” starts 2019 climbing the charts. After 1,122 copies sold in the past week, the single has jumped from #49 to #23.
We’ve reviewed this release. You can find our review HERE.
RE-ENTRY: MAD TRIGGER CREW “BAYSIDE M.T.C”
MAD TRIGGER CREW‘s “BAYSIDE M.T.C” re-enters Oricon Weekly’s top 50. The single, last featured in last year’s third week of November, is ranked at #29 after selling 998 copies in the past week.
We’ve reviewed this release. You can find it HERE.
RE-ENTRY: Fling Posse “Fling Posse -F.P.S.M-“
Fling Posse also re-entered Oricon Weekly’s top 50 after a couple of weeks of absence. Their debut single “Fling Posse -F.P.S.M-” is ranked at #30 after selling 978 copies in the past week.
We reviewed this release. You can find the review here.
NEW ENTRY: Buster Bros!!! “Buster Bros!!! Generation”
Completing the Hypnosis Mic re-entries during the new year is Buster Bros!!! with their debut single “Buster Bros!!! Generation“. The single sold 865 copies in the past week, enough to claim a spot at #34.
We reviewed this release. You can find our review HERE.
Shiwasu Kakeru “Moonshot”
Shiwasu Kakeru‘s “Moonshot” drops on the chart. The first entry on TSUKIUTA series Character CD 4th season sold 818 copies during its second week, slipping from #12 to #37.
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.