ST☆RISH’s “Ultra Blast” sets record with 100.000 copies sold in 4 days

ST☆RISH have another accolade under their belt thanks to “Ultra Blast“.

After toping TOWER RECORDS and Oricon Charts, ST☆RISH‘sUltra Blast” has constantly been on top 3 on Oricon Daily ever since its release (14/02/2018). This week, the single has gone Gold. In just 4 days (record set on February, 18), the unit sold over 100.000 copies, setting a record among 2.5D/seiyuu units!

RIAJ still hasn’t announced the Gold Certification (it’s usually announced on the second week of the following month) but given that “ULTRA BLAST” has over 100.000 copies sold since this past Sunday it’s certain that on February’s Gold record certification announcements (10/03/2018), this release is going to be featured.

A reminder that this kind of certification is only given to those releases that have sold 100.000 copies, regardless of date of release.

For those interested, HERE you can find January’s gold record announcements.

On another note: we’ve reviewed this release. You can find the review HERE.

Ultra Blast” is available for purchase on CDJAPAN for all overseas fans.

Source: Oricon (data from 18/02/2018) / Yuki Iwai official twitter account (MC/announcer)


2 responses to “ST☆RISH’s “Ultra Blast” sets record with 100.000 copies sold in 4 days

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