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Jet Coaster Love

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CD+DVD Cover
CD+Photobook Cover
CD Only & Digital Single Cover
Artist
KARA
Single
Jet Coaster Love (ジェットコースターラブ)
Released
2011.03.16 (Digital Single)
2011.04.06 (Physical Version)
Catalog Number
UMCK-9412 (CD+DVD)
UMCK-9413 (CD+Photobook)
UMCK-9414 (CD Only First Press)
UMCK-5315 (CD Only)
Price
¥1,980 (CD+DVD)
¥1,600 (CD+Photobook)
¥1,200 (CD Only First Press)
¥1,000 (CD Only)
¥200 (Digital Single)
Digital Single
  1. Jet Coaster Love (ジェットコースターラブ)
CD Tracklist
  1. Jet Coaster Love (ジェットコースターラブ)
  2. Ima, Okuritai "Arigatou" (今、贈りたい「ありがとう」)
  3. Jet Coaster Love (Instrumental) (ジェットコースターラブ)
  4. Ima, Okuritai "Arigatou" (Instrumental) (今、贈りたい「ありがとう」)
  5. SOS (Army Slick’s 2011 bavtronic mix) (CD Only First Press Bonus Track)
DVD Tracklist
  1. Jet Coaster Love (Music Clip) (ジェットコースターラブ)
  2. Jet Coaster Love Dance Shot Ver. (ジェットコースターラブ)
  3. Jet Coaster Love Music Clip Off-Shot (ジェットコースターラブ)


Information

"Jet Coaster Love" is KARA's third Japanese single and first Japanese digital single. It was released in three editions: CD+DVD, CD + Photobook, and two CD only editions, first press and regular. The title track was used as commercial song for "TBC". The B-side, "Ima, Okuritai "Arigatou"", was used as a theme song for KARA's Japanese drama URAKARA. The first press of the regular edition comes with a bonus track, "SOS (Army Slick’s 2011 bavtronic mix)", a remix version of the song "SOS", which was previously included on their first Japanese studio album Girl's Talk. The original "SOS" was used as the opening song for URAKARA and as commercial song for Lotte Ghana' Milk Chocolate.

The single was originally scheduled to be released on March 23, but it was postponed until April 6 due to the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami. All income KARA makes from this single will be donated towards the disaster.

Despite no promotions have been made for the single in Japan, the single reached number one on Oricon daily charts on April 7th 2011, making it the third Korean representative to achieve that after BoA and TVXQ. The RIAJ has certified the title track Platinum for full-length cellphone downloads of over 250,000 downloads., and Platinum for PC downloads for over 250,000 downloads.

Oricon Chart Positions

KARA promoting the single
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Week Rank Sales
- 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 122,820
1 4 4 4 4 4 3 4 24,399
2 6 7 5 5 3 3 6 12,349
3 11 12 9 7 6 6 9 12,811
11 11 9 8 12 8 7 11 9,045
7 24 25 16 19 15 13 17 4,800
12 27 26 30 23 22 18 23 3,457
15 44 48 33 40 27 20 33 3,122
22 40 36 28 29 32 21 33 2,634
24 47 46 41 40 31 28 29 2,101
27 - - 43 36 23 25 36 2,250
18 - - 43 38 25 31 39 2,346
18 30 31 33 31 28 26 32 2,847
21 33 31 23 14 14 14 26 2,961
13 29 30 32 27 24 25 26 2,217
16 41 41 33 33 32 32 33 2,227
23 - - - - - 38 54 2,171
33 - - 50 - 45 42 53 1,744
38 - - - - - 41 58 1,526
36 - - - - - - 66 1,357
49 - - - - - - 119 924
- - - - - - - 117 710
- - - - - - - 145 555
- - - - - - - 145 472
- - - - - - - 167 434
- - - - - - - 128 466
- - - - - - - 121 496
- - - - - - - 98 492
- - - - - - - 89 541
- - - - - - - 146 368
- - - - - - - 182 283
- - - - - - - 193 250
- - - - - - - out for seven weeks
- - - - - - - 167 346
Year Month Month Rank Sales
2011 April 2 172,379
2011 May 27 20,424
2011 June 48 9,331
2011 July 48 12,423

Total Reported Sales: 225,521*

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