K-ON! OP&ED Tops the Oricon Singles Chart


Original artist: nekomamire

The opening and ending 「K-ON!」 singles have officially topped the Oricon Single Daily Ranking. 「Don’t Say “Lazy”」 (ED) has come in at #1; while 「Cagayake! GIRLS」 (OP) grabbed the #2 spot.

In addition, 5 other anime-related singles have also ranked in the Daily Top 10.

*Daily Singles Countdown (2009.04.24):

  • 1.) Sakurako Keionbu 「Don’t say “lazy”」←Anime (K-ON!)
  • 2.) Sakurako Keionbu 「Cagayake! GIRLS」←Anime (K-ON!)
  • 3.) Yuzu 「Aitai」
  • 4.) Touhoushinki 「Share The World!」←Anime (One Piece)
  • 5.) EXILE 「THE MONSTER 〜Someday〜」
  • 6.) Ayaka 「Yume wo Mikata ni / Koi Kogarete Mita Yume」←Anime (Cross Game)
  • 7.) Watari Roka Hashiritai 「Yaruki Hanabi」
  • 8.) Germany(Yasumoto Hiroki) 「”Hetalia” Character CD Vol.2 」←Anime (Hetalia)
  • 9.) Hayashibara Megumi 「Shuuketsu no Sono e」←Anime (Evangelion)
  • 10.) Kobukuro 「Niji」←Anime (Cross Game)

Source(s): [1], [2]

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13 thoughts on “K-ON! OP&ED Tops the Oricon Singles Chart”

  1. OH YEAH. K-ON OWNS THE ORICON CHARTS.

    I just had to get that out of my system.

    But really, that is AWESOME to have both the OP and ED grab #1 AND #2!!!

    *Hands cookies to everyone*

  2. Haha “Mune Mune KYUN ♥!” I love Don't say “Lazy!” I can't stop listening to it ^.^

  3. You must refer to the Oricon charts, no doubt.

    It's basically the japanese equivalent to the top selling music charts in the U.S.

    It's split up into daily and weekly (albums sold per day or per week, the highest gets top of the charts) sections.

    Or are you wondering literally what 'Oricon' means?

  4. You must refer to the Oricon charts, no doubt.

    It's basically the japanese equivalent to the top selling music charts in the U.S.

    It's split up into daily and weekly (albums sold per day or per week, the highest gets top of the charts) sections.

    Or are you wondering literally what 'Oricon' means?

  5. You must refer to the Oricon charts, no doubt.

    It's basically the japanese equivalent to the top selling music charts in the U.S.

    It's split up into daily and weekly (albums sold per day or per week, the highest gets top of the charts) sections.

    Or are you wondering literally what 'Oricon' means?

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