[Oricon Monthly] MAD TRIGGER CREW, Toshiki Masuda, TRIGGER and more top charts in January

Oricon Monthly January 2020’s final rankings are out.

Let’s take a look at the data.

Albums

#5

NEW ENTRY: MAD TRIGGER CREW “MAD TRIGGER CREW -Before The 2nd D.R.B-“

MAD TRIGGER CREW‘s MAD TRIGGER CREW -Before The 2nd D.R.B- takes a comfortable spot at #5 after selling a bit short of 50,000 copies in January.

#20

NEW ENTRY: Toshiki Masuda “Diver”

Toshiki Masuda‘s 1st full-length album, Diver, takes a seat at #20 after a solid month of sales. Diver sold 13,966 copies in January.

#26

Buster Bros!!! “Buster Bros!!! -Before The 2nd D.R.B-“

Buster Bros!!! slip on the chart with Buster Bros!!! -Before The 2nd D.R.B-. The album dropped from #4 to #26 after selling a bit over 11,000 copies. The album now has over 50,000 copies sold.

Singles

#20

NEW ENTRY: IDOLiSH7 “Mr.AFFECTiON”

IDOLiSH7‘s electrifying Mr.AFFECTiON finds its way onto #20. The single sold 16,755 copies in January.

#26

NEW ENTRY: ŹOOĻ “Bang!Bang!Bang!”

ŹOOĻ‘s 2nd single, Bang!Bang!Bang!, grabs a spot at #26 after selling 14,370 copies in January.

#27

NEW ENTRY: Re:vale “Re-raise”

Re:vale‘s Re-raise takes a seat at #27 after selling 14,199 copies. A note that contrary to other releases on this chart, Re-raise only has 1 week of sales counted for their rank.

#28

NEW ENTRY: TRIGGER “Crescent rise”

3 days of performance on the charts were enough to take TRIGGER‘s powerful single, Crescent Rise, to #28.

#37

NEW ENTRY: Mamoru Miyano “LAST DANCE”

Mamoru Miyano‘s 18th single, LAST DANCE, grabs a shy spot at #37 after an odd month of sales with just 10,740 copies sold.

#47

NEW ENTRY: ALKALOID “Ensemble Stars!! Unit song CD ALKALOID”

ALKALOID‘s debut single, Ensemble Stars!! Unit song CD ALKALOID, takes a seat at #47 after selling 8,250 copies during the 3 days that counted for this chart.

And that’s all for January 2020’s results.

SOURCE: ORICON – albums / singles

Author: Vanessa Silva (midorin)

The Hand That Feeds HQ founder and music reviewer writing about Japanese music since 2010. Metalhead. Gamer. Based in Cascais, Portugal. Mamoru Miyano's "Orpheus" was the catalyst to start writing about male seiyuu music.

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