[Oricon Weekly] GRANRODEO, Hypnosis Mic’s crews, Hiroyuki Yoshino and more dominate this week’s charts

We’re back with a new Oricon Weekly roundup.

This article covers the second week of July – which includes singles and albums released between 09/07/2018 and 15/07/2018. 

Let’s take a look at the data.

Oricon Weekly Album ranking

#22

Buster Bros!!! VS MAD TRIGGER CREW

Extending their outstanding streak on Oricon Weekly’s top 50 to 9 weeks, Buster Bros!!! VS MAD TRIGGER CREW managed to recovered last week’s lost places and rose from #33 to #22, with a bit under 3.000 copies sold in the past week. This album has over 33.000 copies sold (cumulative).

Once again, for those that purchased the album, a reminder: don’t forget to cast your votes for the crew you want to go to the finals to face the winner of Fling Posse VS Matenro. Instructions on how to do it come with the battle card included with the album.

We reviewed this release. You can find our review HERE.

Oricon Weekly Single ranking

#18

NEW ENTRY: GRANRODEO “BEASTFUL”

GRANRODEO‘s newest single “BEASTFUL” rose on the charts to score a comfortable #18 on Oricon Weekly. The single sold a bit over 4.500 copies.

#24

NEW ENTRY: Hiroyuki Yoshino “Rainy Nighter”

Rainy Nighter“, first out of two releases planned by Hiroyuki Yoshino for this summer, entered top 25. A bit over 2.700 copies were sold during its first week of sales, taking Yoshino‘s single to a comfortable #24.

#18

NEW ENTRY: B-PROJECT “Kaikan Everyday”

After a long period without releasing music as an ensemble, B-PROJECT returned with “Kaikan Everyday“. The single had a pretty mild first week of sales, with only a bit over 1.300 copies sold. “Kaikan Everyday” currently occupies #38.

#31

Matenro “Matenro -onnin rinshou”

Matenro‘s “Matenro -onnin rinshou” extend their stay on Oricon Weekly to its 7th week straight after rejoining the chart amid their newfound popularity. Since the past week the single recovered ground, jumping from #38 to #31 with a bit over 1.800 copies sold. “Matenro -onnin rinshou” has over 15.000 copies sold (cumulative).

We’ve reviewed this release. You can find our review HERE.

#40

Makoto Furukawa “miserable masquerade”

Makoto Furukawa‘s “miserable masquerade” set an impressive first record in his repertoire by peeking at #9 last week. Unfortunately, the single dropped almost 31 places into #40, with a bit over 1.200 copies sold during the past week. “miserable masquerade” has a bit over 8.500 copies sold (cumulative).

We reviewed this release. You can find our review HERE.

#42

RE-ENTRY: Fling Posse “Fling Posse F.P.S.M”

3 weeks after the single, released in December 2017, re-entered the top 50 on Oricon Weekly, Fling Posse are back.  “Fling Posse F.P.S.M” re-entered the chart at #42 with a bit over 1.200 copies sold in the past week. This single has a bit under 10.000 copies (cumulative) sold.

We reviewed this release. You can find the review here.

#44

RE-ENTRY: MAD TRIGGER CREW “BAYSIDE M.T.C”

MAD TRIGGER CREW also followed suit and re-entered the chart at #44. “BAYSIDE M.T.C” sold a bit over 1.100 copies in the past week.

We’ve reviewed this release. You can find it HERE.

#48

RE-ENTRY: Buster Bros!!! “Buster Bros!!! Generation”

The last crew to join Hypnosis Mic’s chart takeover is Buster Bros!!!. “Buster Bros!!! Generation” sold a bit over 1.000 copies, enough to grab a spot at #48.

We reviewed this release. You can find our review HERE.

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. The Oricon charts depicted here only count physical copies. Digital figures are featured on a different chart.

SOURCE: Oricon – Singles / Albums

 

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