[Oricon Weekly] A3!, Utapri, Uncle Bomb and more featured on this week’s charts

   

We’re back with a new Oricon Weekly roundup.

This article covers the second week of December – which includes singles and albums released between 10/12/2018 and 16/12/2018. 

Let’s take a look at the data.

Oricon Weekly Album ranking

#10

NEW ENTRY: Uta no Prince-sama ♪ Maji LOVE Kingdom Special Unit Drama CD Otoya, Ai, Van

The first entry on Utapri’s new shuffle series – Uta no Prince-sama ♪ Maji LOVE Kingdom Special Unit Drama CD – kicked off with the right foot. Uta no Prince-sama ♪ Maji LOVE Kingdom Special Unit Drama CD Otoya, Ai, Van is ranked at #10 with 8.478 copies sold during its first week.

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

#22

NEW ENTRY: Uncle Bomb “dimension”

Uncle Bomb‘s newest mini-album “dimension” enters Oricon Weekly at #22. The mini-album was a bit short of 4.000 copies sold.

#28

Re:vale “Re:al Axis”

Re:vale‘s “Re:al Axis” changes places on this week’s chart. The album slip from #4 to #28 during its second week of sales. “Re:al Axis” has currently over 30.000 copies sold in two weeks.

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

#47

MAD TRIGGER CREW VS Matenro

The biggest fall on this week’s charts belongs to MAD TRIGGER CREW VS Matenro. The album, now with over 100.000 copies sold, dropped from #8 to #47.

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

Oricon Weekly Single ranking

#10

NEW ENTRY: A3! “Uraomote Teacher”

The A3! franchise is back on Oricon Weekly with a new release. After a steady first week of sales that surpassed 12.000 copies, ウラオモテTEACHER (Uraomote Teacher), first entry in the MANKAI Company Mix PerformanceSingle series, is ranked at #10.

#26

QUARTET NIGHT & STARISH “Setsugetsuka”

QUARTET NIGHT & STARISH’s “Setsugetsuka” is slowly leaving Oricon Weekly’s top 50. The single slipped from #26 to #40. continues to slip on Oricon Weekly. “Setsugetsuka” currently has over 68.000 copies sold in four weeks.

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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Author: midorin

The Hand That Feeds HQ founder and music reviewer writing about Japanese music since 2010. Currently based in Macau SAR. Mamoru Miyano's "Orpheus" was the catalyst to completely dedicate herself to writing about male seiyuu music.