Charts: Arashi, YUI

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Arashi’s newest single, “Meikyuu Love Song,” took the top spot of the weekly CD singles chart, making it their 25th consecutive No. 1 single since “PIKA★★NCHI DOUBLE” back in February 2004. In total, this is their 32nd chart-topping single, putting them behind only B’z (45 top singles) and Hamasaki Ayumi (37 top singles).

  1. ArashiMeikyuu Love Song – 530,469
  2. PerfumeSpice – 75,688
  3. AKB48Kaze wa Fuiteiru – 67,662
  4. 2PMUltra Lover – 65,367
  5. Shiina RingoCarnation – 18,513
  6. Saito KazuyoshiYasashiku Naritai – 15,442
  7. BUMP OF CHICKENZero – 14,658
  8. 10-FEETSono Mukou e – 14,091
  9. SM☆SHSTEP – 14,039
  10. Ashida ManaSuteki na Nichiyoubi ~Gyu Gyu Good Day!~ – 13,987

YUI’s latest album, “HOW CRAZY YOUR LOVE,” ranked #1 on the album charts, becoming her 5th consecutive top-ranking album. Among female singer/songwriters, YUI is the most recent to accomplish this feat since Utada Hikaru did so with her “Utada Hikaru SINGLE COLLECTION VOL. 2” album in December 2010.

Goto Maki broke into the top 10 with her latest full album, “Ai Kotoba (VOICE).” For Gomaki, it’s been 7 years and 9 months since one of her full albums managed to rank in the top 10. The last one was her 2nd full album, “2 Paint It Gold,” back in January 2004.

  1. YUIHOW CRAZY YOUR LOVE – 131,771
  2. KuroyumeHeadache and Dub Reel Inch – 17,067
  3. Shoujo JidaiThe Boys – 15,739
  4. Kim Hyun Joong – Lucky – 14,594
  5. BENIFortune – 12,695
  6. Coldplay – Mylo Xyloto – 9,370
  7. Justin Bieber – Under the Mistletoe – 8,401
  8. Goto MakiAi Kotoba (VOICE) – 7,213
  9. Chouchou-P feat. Hatsune MikuGlorious World – 7,037
  10. LonEXIT TUNES PRESENTS Lon BEST -Hisshi ni Utattemita Hen- – 6,847

Sources:
Oricon (weekly single ranking)
Oricon (weekly album ranking)
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