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essay admissions grad school The top single for the past week was “Hikaeme I Love You!” (控えめ I love you!) from HKT48, which saw 277,534 copies sold. That’s the best first week result for the group, narrowly continuing their streak of growth.
home page Fudanjuku was at #2 with “BE HERO” selling 32,248.
enter site Taking #3 in its second week, “Midaretemina” from 2PM had a very good second week – selling 14,374 to pass the gold mark, reaching 109,471.
go site “Tokyo Victory” by Southern All Stars got #9 with 8,273 sold in its third week, and now boasts a total of 119,386 copies sold.
http://lahansehat.com/?p=homwork-help Right behind was Nogizaka46’s “Natsu no Free & Easy” which now has a twelve-week total of 516,931.
http://pintarklik.com/?p=help-me-do-my-essay Hikawa Kiyoshi-san’s “Choito Kimagure Watari Dori” took #14, selling 6,206 in week two to bring its total to 59,338.
compare and contrast essay online vs traditional education In its second week, “Omoide Breaker” from Lead sold a solid 5,556 for a running total of 48,783 sold.
http://serc.eng.usm.my/?writing-an-effective-essay At #26, Hey! Say! JUMP’s “Weekender/Ashita e no YELL” added 3,351 to its total, getting it to 207,448 in its fourth week.
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page “Geragerapo no Uta” from King Cream Soda found itself at #29, which sold 2,894 to boost its twenty-two week total to 116,285.
Personal Essays For College Admission Best The album side was thinner than it has been in a while. SHINee got #1 with “I’m Your Boy”, which sold 45,053 copies.
online essay writer free “TRAD” from Takeuchi Mariya-san was at #2 in its third week, still going strong by selling 25,055. Its fresh total is 192,449.
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http://www.captainconso.com/paperbag-writer-radiohead-meaning/ The top single for the past week was . . . EXILE TRIBE’s “THE REVOLUTION” which popped up from #129 to #1 in its fifth week by selling 156,271 copies to boost its total to 483,062. Really? Well, there’s no doubt at this point that we have some crazy manipulation on this one, since this is nothing like a normal sales curve. Even if the single sold just 100k in its first week, it shouldn’t have ended up all the way out of the top 100 in just its fourth week. And just like with that EXILE single a while back, it looks like the net goal is to get in the year-end top 10 by pushing everyone else up to and including Arashi, SKE48, and Nogizaka46 down a step.
http://revenderfolheados.com/?p=essay-help-now If not for the EXILE TRIBE jump, it would have been 2PM’s “Midaretemina” at the top. As it was, it had to settle for #2 with 95,097 copies sold.
Hikawa Kiyoshi-san’s “Choito Kimagure Watari Dori” took #3, selling a solid 53,132.
At #4, “Omoide Breaker” from Lead sold 43,227.
“Sayonara no Mae ni” from AAA saw 25,018 copies sold at #5.
Southern All Stars saw their latest single, “Tokyo Victory”, take #6 in its second week. It sold a very strong 18,468 to boost its total to 111,113.
In its eleventh week, Nogizaka46’s “Natsu no Free & Easy” tacked on 6,598 in sales at #13, bringing its total to 508,856.
Taking #15 in its third week, Hey! Say! JUMP’s “Weekender/Ashita e no Yell” got above 200k, selling 5,528 to reach a total of 204,097 copies sold.
“Highschool Love” from E-girls took #19, selling 4,540 to bring its two week total to 65,586.
The top single for the past week was “Tokyo Victory” from Southern All Stars, which sold 92,645 copies. The group has highly variable single sales and an album-buying fanbase, so there’s no way to assess this result.
At #2 was “Highschool Love” by E-girls, which sold a solid 61,046.
B1A4 took #3 with the Japanese version of “Solo Day” selling 47,479.
“Get Up!” from Nakayama Yuma-kun started out at #4 with the sale of 34,435 copies.
Hey! Say! JUMP’s “Weekender/Ashita e no YELL” was at #11 in its second week, selling 14,060 to bring its total to 198,569. That’s a bit on the weak side at around 7.6% of first week sales.
In its third week, AKB48’s “Kokoro no Placard” took #14 with 7,834 copies sold and a total of 1,035,154.
Right behind their sister group at #15, SKE48 saw 6,035 more copies of their “Bukiyou Taiyou” sold, getting its seven week total to 441,680.
Nogizaka46’s “Natsu no Free & Easy” was in at #18, selling 4,619 in its tenth week to boost its total above the double platinum level to 502,258.
Taking #19 in week two, “Always with you” by Generations from EXILE TRIBE sold 4,418, which is a solid 10% of first week sales, bringing its total to 49,195.
“Geragerapo no Uta” from King Cream Soda sold 2,914 at #25 in its twentieth week, now boasting a total of 110,138 copies sold.
At #29, Golden Bomber’s “Roller no Kizudarake” has a four-week total of 65,668.
On the album side, Takeuchi Mariya-san’s “TRAD” got the top spot, selling 118,697 copies.
WINNER took #2 with “2014 S/S -Japan Collection-” seeing 35,079 copies sold.
In week two, “Mr. S” from SMAP sold 17,716 to bring its total to 201,883.
Ariana Grande’s “My Everything” held on to #6 by selling 11,897 copies, getting its three-week total to 49,692.
Taking #8 in its third week, EXILE TRIBE’s “EXILE TRIBE REVOLUTION” sold 10,000 copies (amazing that it’s exactly 10,000) to push its total to 304,624.
The top single for the past week was Hey! Say! JUMP’s “Weekender/Ashita e no YELL”, which sold 184,509 copies. That pretty much splits the difference between “AinoArika” (207,469) and “Ride With Me” (162,993), so it looks like this is the new standard for HSJ singles – around 185k in the first week.
“EXCUSE ME” from B.A.P took #2, selling 50,723 copies. If Wiki’s numbers are right, this is their best result on a Japanese single to date.
In at #3 was “Always with you” from Generations from EXILE TRIBE, which sold 44,777. Seems like a certain other single and album might have taken some sales away from this one, as this is lower than I would have expected from them.
Porno Graffiti’s “”Oretachi no Celebration” took #4 with 24,697 in sales.
At #5, “Kokoro no Placard” from AKB48 sold 21,546 copies to bring its two-week total to 1,027,320. That’s at the low end of second week expectations for a -48 family unit at 2%, which is already far below the normal 8-12 % I would look for.
In its sixth week, SKE48’s “Bukiyou Taiyou” popped from #21 to #8 by selling 14,896. Its new total is 435,645.
Nogizaka46 got a smaller bump-up in week nine of sales for “Natsu no Free & Easy”, going from #26 to #15, adding 6,477 for a grand total of 497,639.
The second week of sales for “Namida no Ato ga Kieru Koro” from V6 saw solid results at #16 – 6,355 more copies sold and 67,438 in total.
The top single for the past week was AKB48’s “Kokoro no Placard” (心のプラカード), which sold 1,005,774 copies. That’s the lowest first week sales figure for the group since “Sakura no Ki ni Narō” in 2011, which was the last single where they didn’t break into seven digits, but it’s still above a million. Can’t really muster much concern when the number’s that big.
V6 got the second slot with “Namida no Ato ga Kieru Koro”, which sold 61,083. That seems fairly strong, but I don’t have prior numbers for the group with me (and in this case, no numbers on Wikipedia).
At #4, “Eiyuu no Uta” from The ALFEE sold 32,493.
Taking #5 was Kuraki Mai-san’s “Muteki na Heart”, selling 25,990 copies.
Right behind, “Mamma Mia” from KARA sold 25,702, but the gap between #6 and #7 was an even closer shave, as SID’s “Enamel” saw 25,638 copies sold.
The second week of sales for Golden Bomber’s “Roller no Kizudarake” got it to #12 with an additional 14,785 in sales, pushing its total to 57,630. That’s a very strong second week after a lackluster first week.
“Another Future” from Kis-My-Ft2 sold 8,794 at #15 in week three, and now has a total of 250,473 – breaking platinum.
Week five for “Bukiyou Taiyou” saw the SKE48 single at #21, as it sold 6,594 to bring its total to 420,749.
Nogizaka46 is still in there with “Natsu no Free & Easy” at #26 in its eighth week. Its running total is 491,162, with a chance to break double platinum in three weeks.
Lots of noteworthy new releases this week. The top single for the past week was NEWS’ “ONE -for the win-“, which saw a very strong 182,772 copies sold. I like sporty NEWS in general, so I’m glad this one did well.
Tohoshinki’s “Sweat/Answer” was at #2, selling 119,301 copies.
There’s another μ’s single already!? “Love wing bell/Dancing stars on me!” sold 46,069 at #3, which seems like what all of these μ’s single end up doing.
At #4 was Hoshino Gen-san’s “Crazy Crazy/Sakura no Mori”, which had 36,390 in sales in its first week.
“Nettaigyo no Namida” (熱帯魚の涙) from Flower took #5, selling 34,316.
Choutokkyuu’s “BelievexBelieve” was at #6, and sold 32,748.
In its third week, “Dare mo Shiranai” from Arashi got #11, adding 10,426 to its total to get above the double platinum level. It’s now at 507,800.
The top single last week, KAT-TUN’s “In Fact”, had a dismal second week, falling to #14, selling 6,997 to bring its total to 152,869. That’s less than 5% of first week sales – unusual for a Johnny’s group.
The previous μ’s single, “Yume no Tobira”, has only been out for three weeks and is still hanging out at #18, with a running total of 49,984.
At #19, “Geragerapo no Uta” from King Cream Soda sold an additional 4,295 copies to bring its total to 61,594.
Taking #20 in its fourth week, AKB48’s “Labrador Retriever” tacked on 4,251 for a grand total of 1,768,740 copies sold.
The top single for the past week was KAT-TUN’s “In Fact”, which sold 145,872 copies. That’s pretty much standard for them.
EXILE SHOKICHI’s “Back to the Future” saw 61,804 copies sold at #2.
At #3 was Shiritsu Ebisu Chugaku’s “Butterfly Effect”, scoring a very respectable 53,913.
The new Berryz Koubou single had one of those long titles. Let’s see if I get this right . . . “Ai wa Itsumo Kimi no Naka ni/Futsu, Idol 10-nen Yatterannaidesho!?” sold 44,219 copies.
Taking #5 in its third week, AKB48’s “Labrador Retriever” tacked on an additional 39,422 to its total, boosting it to 1,764,489.
Kobukuro’s “Hidamari no Michi” sold 37,703 at #6 in its first week.
In its second week, “Dare no Shiranai” from Arashi was at #7, selling 35,752 copies to bring its total to 497,374. That’s not a very good number.
Perhaps part of the reason for the weak sales of “Dare mo Shiranai” could be found at #16, where Arashi’s “GUTS!” was still hanging out, selling 5,086 copies for a six-week total of 582,995.
King Cream Soda’s “Geragerapo no Uta” took #20, adding 4,002 to its total, which is now at 57,299 after six weeks.