Johnny’s West and V6 top the Weekly Oricon Charts! 7/27-8/2

The Oricon physical music sales charts for the week of  7/27-8/2 have been released!

Seven-member Johnny’s Entertainment boyband Johnny’s West  have topped the singles charts with Bari Hapi, a summer-themed pop number with a dance by famous choreographer Lucky Ikeda. Their fourth single sold 100,502 copies in its first week.

Finally ousting DREAMS COME TRUE from their reign of number one position for the past few weeks, V6 take the top of the albums chart with their 3rd best album called SUPER Very best. Consisting of tracks from their debut in 1995 all the way until now, the hits of their 20 year career compiled sold 152,490 this past week.

Check out the top 10 of both lists below!

Oricon Weekly Single Charts
RankSongSales
1
New

Bari Hapi
Johnny’s West
100,502
1st Week
2
New

ANTI-HERO
SEKAI NO OWARI
77,910
1st Week
3
New

HELLO AGAIN
MYNAME
44,461
1st Week
4
New
LOVER
AAA
42,989
1st Week
5
New
Dress wo Nuida Cinderella
Dream Ami
34,096
1st Week
6
New
Mune Kyun (Heart Attack Japanese ver.)
AOA
24,505
1st Week
7
Down
Taiyou Knock
Nogizaka46
20,794
2nd Week
8
New
THE IDOLM@STER CINDERELLA MASTER Absolute NIne
The Idolm@Ster Cinderella Girls!! (Shuko Shiomi, Kaede Takagaki, Rin Shibuya, Miku Maekawa, Shiki Ichinose, Uduki Shimamura, Yumi Aiba, Mika Jyogasaki, Takaumi Mukai)
15,418
1st Week
9
New
On Your Side
Superfly
10,692
1st Week
10
New
Rebirth-day
Ayahi Takagaki
9,356
1st Week

Check out more on Oricon’s Weekly chart.

Oricon Weekly Album Charts
RankAlbumSales
1
New

SUPER Very best
V6
152,490
1st Week
2
Down

DREAMS COME TRUE THE BEST! Watashi no Dorikamu
DREAMS COME TRUE
46,986
4th Week
3
New

A Mirage In The Sun
MONOEYES
34,128
1st Week
4
New
DAWN
Aimer
23,045
1st Week
5
New
Haregou
Hiroshi Kamiya
20,700
1st Week
6
Down
BEST of TUBEst ~All Time Best~
TUBE
12,543
3rd Week
7
New
rippi-rippi
Riho Iida
10,577
1st Week
8
New
Presence
Led Zeppelin
10,166
1st Week
9
New
Gokusaishoku
Reol
10,101
1st Week
10
New
Coder (last movement)
Led Zeppelin
8,819
1st Week

Check out more on Oricon’s Weekly chart.

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