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Japan is the second-largest music market in the world and the following lists cover the top-selling albums in the country of Japan, based on information provided by the Recording Industry Association of Japan and Original Confidence In. commonly known as Oricon. In the history of the Oricon weekly albums chart, which started in January 1970, only 280 out of all of the charting albums have sold more than one million copies, a feat mostly achieved by domestic acts.
The album including the Japanese versions of the best BTS's songs. No More Dream (Japanese Ve. Boy In Luv (Japanese Ve. Danger (Japanese Ve. Attack On Bangtan (Japanese Ve. (進撃の防弾). Miss Right (Japanese Ve. I Like It Part 2 ~At That Place~ (いいね！Pt.
Japan has a voracious appetite for consuming music. Particularly around micro niches - think of all the relatively obscure Western artists that can be considered 'big in Japan'; think specific genres, big and small (jazz, hip hop, folk, Hawaiian. The less obvious segment (to most outside of Japan) is the domestic market: J-Pop, traditional music, some very interesting underground and electronic stuff and all the Japanese analogues of Western rock and pop acts, some more obviously slavish and/or reverential copyists than others. Such a huge market still shifts units, even in the download/torrent era.
SM Entertainment group NCT 127 makes their Japanese debut! The fast-rising multi-national K-pop boy band debuts in Japan with the five-track mini-album Chain, which includes the powerful title song and the Japanese version of Limitless. Singer Name(s): Nct 127 nct 127 nct 127 nct 127 nct 127.
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All three versions of the album will include a CD with two new songs, Indestructible and a Japanese version of M. r. The full tracklist can be seen below. Girls’ Generation’s Japanese fansite has informed fans through e-mail that Girls’ Generation will release a The Best album in Japan on July 23rd. The album will include the group’s hit tracks and new songs, as well as behind-the-scenes videos with footage starting from Girls’ Generation’s debut in Japan in 2010. More details on The Best will be announced at a later date. Girls’ Generation is currently in the midst of the LOVE&PEACE Japan tour, which began on April 26th.