CNBLUE Tops Various Charts in Japan
CNBLUE has swept album charts, once again displaying its power.
According to Japan′s Oricon on October 6, CNBLUE′s fourth full-length Japanese album Colors, which was released on September 30, ranked number two in sales as soon as it was released and ranked number one on the weekly album chart.
The album is also ranked number one on HMV and Tower Records album sales charts, confirming CNBLUE′s popularity in Japan.
The success of CNBLUE′s new album in Japan follows the success of CNBLUE′s second full-length album in Korea, 2gether, which was released on September 14 and ranked number one on Hanteo and Gaon′s weekly album sales charts, proving the group′s status as a top class band.
Meanwhile, CNBLUE, who is rounding out promotions for lead single Cinderella, is set to hold a live concert Come Together at the Jamsil Indoor Stadium in Seoul on October 24 and 25.
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