[Oricon Weekly] QUARTET NIGHT, OLDCODEX, Fling Posse & Matenro and more featured on this week’s charts

We’re back with a new Oricon Weekly roundup.

This article covers the fifth week of July – which includes singles and albums released between 30/07/2018 and 05/08/2018. 

Let’s take a look at the data.

Oricon Weekly Album ranking

#15

Fling Posse VS Matenro

Fling Posse VS Matenro continues its journey on Oricon Weekly’s album chart. With sales numbers dropping to 5.087 this past week, the album slipped from #7 to #15. Fling Posse VS Matenro has over 70.000 copies sold in three weeks.

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 Buster Bros!!! VS MAD TRIGGER CREW. Instructions on how to do it come with the battle card included with the album. Voting closes on 20/08/2018.

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

#23

Buster Bros!!! VS MAD TRIGGER CREW

Eleven weeks later and closer to the end of the voting to determine which crew advances to the final battle, Buster Bros!!! VS MAD TRIGGER CREW seems to be losing steam. The album dropped from #13 to #23, selling a bit over 3.100 copies in the past week. is didn’t move an inch since last week. Buster Bros!!! VS MAD TRIGGER CREW has a bit over 50.000 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. Voting closes on 20/08/2018.

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

Oricon Weekly Single ranking

#2

NEW ENTRY: QUARTET NIGHT “FLY TO THE FUTURE”

QUARTET NIGHT are no strangers when it comes to chart-topping releases and massive sales figures. Their latest single, “FLY TO THE FUTURE” jumped to #2 upon release and soon after took over at #1 for four consecutive days. By the end of the week and with over 140.000 copies sold, QUARTET NIGHT‘s “FLY TO THE FUTURE” occupies #2.

A reminder that this single is now eligible for Gold Record certification by RIAJ (awarded to singles/albums that sell over 100.000 copies).

We reviewed this release. Check our review HERE.

#33

OLDCODEX “Heading to Over”

OLDCODEX‘s “Heading to Over” is on its second week featured on Oricon’s charts. The single, featured as the opening theme for the new season of Free!, sold a bit over 2.500 copies in the past week, dropping from #9 to #33. “Heading to Over” has over 15.000 copies sold.

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

#40

NEW ENTRY: Senjuushi American Revolutionary War Group “Noble Bullet 01”

Senjuushi‘s American Revolutionary War Group (Taku Yashiro, Shinnosuke Tachibana, Shouta Aoi and Yuki Kaji) single “Noble Bullet 01” had a weak week of sales. With only 1.956 copies sold, the single occupies #40.

#45

Matenro “Matenro -onnin rinshou”

After reaching the impressive mark of 10 weeks straight on Oricon Weekly’s top 50, Matenro‘s “Matenro -onnin rinshou” is rock solid at #45. The single has now over 21.000 copies sold (cumulative).

We’ve 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. It happens often with the Daily rankings. 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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One response to “[Oricon Weekly] QUARTET NIGHT, OLDCODEX, Fling Posse & Matenro and more featured on this week’s charts

  1. Pingback: QUARTET NIGHT’s “FLY TO THE FUTURE” claims #1 on Billboard Japan’s Hot Animation Chart | The Hand That Feeds HQ·

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