5.17 Oricon Daily chart

「花よ踊れ」ranks 18th on daily chart of Oricon dated 5.17 =)

http://www.oricon.co.jp/rank/js/d/ 

dannybunny

Akina fanboy since 14. Still undecided which are his top ten favourite Akina tracks as it's mission impossible. Digs "Everlasting Love" a whole lot more than the average Akina fan.

9 thoughts on “5.17 Oricon Daily chart

  1. It stays at No. 18 again on the daily chart posted on 5.18. If it stays that way for the next few days, it could be her first Top 20 hit since 2002’s "The Heat". Of course, I’m hoping it’ll eventually crack the Top 10 to become her first Top 10 hit since 1994’s "Gekka". Man, 12 years is a long time indeed.

  2. How is music promoted in Japan? I know that they have Music Station and HeyX3. What are other channel of promoting? TV or Radio?

    How is the promotion of this single?

  3. Music can be promoted in all forms of media found in the West. Print, TV and Radio. I have read from the Japanese blogs that there seems to be a short TV CM for the single but can’t verify if that is true because now that they have mentioned the PV for it, I wonder if they used the old concert images for it.

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    5.17 Oricon Daily chart
    「花よ踊れ」ranks 18th on daily chart of Oricon dated 5.17 =)

    http://www.oricon.co.jp/rank/js/d/

    Posted on Wednesday, May 17, 2006 at 06:57PM by 乱火 in Charts | 4 Comments
    Reader Comments (4)
    Let’s hope she does better tomorrow!
    May 17, 2006 | Jamez
    *fingers crossed*!!
    May 17, 2006 | DannyBunny
    It stays at No. 18 again on the daily chart posted on 5.18. If it stays that way for the next few days, it could be her first Top 20 hit since 2002’s "The Heat". Of course, I’m hoping it’ll eventually crack the Top 10 to become her first Top 10 hit since 1994’s "Gekka". Man, 12 years is a long time indeed.
    May 18, 2006 | Jerry
    How is music promoted in Japan? I know that they have Music Station and HeyX3. What are other channel of promoting? TV or Radio?

    How is the promotion of this single?
    May 18, 2006 | Patrick
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    Music can be promoted in all forms of media found in the West. Print, TV and Radio. I have read from the Japanese blogs that there seems to be a short TV CM for the single but can’t verify if that is true because now that they have mentioned the PV for it, I wonder if they used the old concert images for it.

    Being the ending theme also acts as promotion for the song. There are of course the print promotions that we have seen but ultimately nowadays, I believe it depends a lot on the DJs and VJs because they have a large influence over the influential buying crowd.

    Advertising will also be placed in the form of billboards (I don’t think this happened) or in-store, where they would have posters or special cardboard structures holding the CD. I don’t think Universal J would have spent much on that. From what I have read from the Japanese blog, most stores seem to only display/carry about a maximum of 10 copies of the single, which is actually leaps and bounds more than what they did for Rakka.

    TV music programs are no longer as popular, so it is less influential. So, I guess it is up to the fans to start requesting it on radio to give it more exposure. And of course, word of mouth … which Akina fans are more than "guilty" of committing. 😉

  4. Music can be promoted in all forms of media found in the West. Print, TV and Radio. I have read from the Japanese blogs that there seems to be a short TV CM for the single but can’t verify if that is true because now that they have mentioned the PV for it, I wonder if they used the old concert images for it.

    Being the ending theme also acts as promotion for the song. There are of course the print promotions that we have seen but ultimately nowadays, I believe it depends a lot on the DJs and VJs because they have a large influence over the influential buying crowd.

    Advertising will also be placed in the form of billboards (I don’t think this happened) or in-store, where they would have posters or special cardboard structures holding the CD. I don’t think Universal J would have spent much on that. From what I have read from the Japanese blog, most stores seem to only display/carry about a maximum of 10 copies of the single, which is actually leaps and bounds more than what they did for Rakka.

    TV music programs are no longer as popular, so it is less influential. So, I guess it is up to the fans to start requesting it on radio to give it more exposure. And of course, word of mouth … which Akina fans are more than "guilty" of committing. 😉

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