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    Timothy B.Shmit Timothy B.Smith's single sales and position on the Oricon's charts, Japan.

    Single
    09.04.83 So much in love # 69, 12 weeks, 34.000

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    • Booker T. & the M.G.'s Booker T' single sales and position on the Oricon's charts, Japan.

      Single
      1968-06-15 Green Onions # 88, 5 weeks, 10.050

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      • Boston Boston's single and album sales and positions on the Oricon's charts, Japan.

        Singles
        1976-11-21 More than a feeling # 68, 8 weeks, 26.560
        1986-11-10 Amanda # 98, 2 weeks, 3.380

        Albums
        1976-11-10 Boston # 24, 24 weeks, 46.880
        1978-10-1 Don’t look back # 6, 37 weeks, 111.350 LP + 2.900 CT
        1986-11-28 Third Stage # 9, 16 weeks, 72.270 LP + 19.280 CT + 63.680 CD
        1986-12-21 Boston # 54, 5 weeks, 7.520
        1986-12-21 Don’t look back # 64, 3 weeks, 3.630
        1994-6-22 Walk On # 9, 9 weeks, 108.310
        1997-6-11 Greatest Hits, 21, 5 weeks, 32.430
        2002-11-20 Corporate America # 29, 5 weeks, 22.901

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        • José Feliciano Jose Feliciano's single and album sales and positions on the Oricon's charts, Japan.

          Singles
          1969-05-25 Mackenna’Gold # 93, 1 week, 1.850
          1969-12-25 Rain # 10, 22 weeks, 143.200
          1971-04-25 Che Sarà # 95, 1 week, 1.750

          Albums
          1969-12-5 Golden Album # 93, 1 week, 870
          1970-3-5 The Best Of José Feliciano # 37, 11 weeks, 12.970
          1970-8-5 Fireworks # 85, 2 weeks, 1.790
          1970-10-5 The Best Of José Feliciano # 71, 3 weeks, 2.850 (re-entry)
          1971-7-5 Grand Prix # 93, 1 week, 870
          1973-7-25 Compartments # 87, 3 weeks, 3.620

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          • Joe Cocker ranking and sales of Joe Cocker's album and single duet on the Oricon charts - Japan

            Album
            01/01/1971 Mad Dogs & Englishmen # 50, 6 weeks, 6.680

            Single
            05/12/1982 with Jennifer Warnes 1983 Grand Prix Tokyo Music Festival : Up Where We Belong # 39, 94.000

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            • SURVIVOR Ranking and sales of Survivor's albums and singles in the Oricon charts - Japan.

              Singles
              1982-06-21 Eye of the Tiger # 10, 22 weeks, 244 000
              1985-01-21 Karate Kid # 49, 9 weeks, 28 000
              1986-04-05 Burning Heart # 41 ,17 weeks, 50 000

              Albums
              82/7/5 EYE OF THE TIGER # 17, 16 weeks, 59 650 LP + 34 750 CT
              86/6/21 THE BEST COLLECTION # 69, 4 weeks, 6 340 LP + 8 400 CT + 5 280 CD
              86/11/21 WHEN SECOND COUNT # 68, 3 weeks, 3 360 LP + 6 090 CD
              88/10/21 TO HOT TO SLEEP # 82, 3 weeks, 4 310 CD

              Music Labo (top 20 only) - Single
              1982-06-21 Eye of the Tiger # 10, 3 weeks

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              • What about the acts/singers (including Japanese acts) who had only a Top 40 hit on over-all Oricon singles chart but never managed to hit the Top 40 at all from 1967 to 2007? Don't forget the peak date when it peaked.

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                • Hi there.

                  Do you have the 90's groups All Saints and British band Bush peaks in Japan? Thank you

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                  • Bush albums or singles didn't enter the charts.

                    All Saints

                    Albums
                    97.10.15 All Saints POCD-1260 # 65, 2 weeks, 7.460
                    00.10.16 Saints & Sinners AMCE-7200 # 65, 2 weeks, 6.460

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                    • Thanks for these!

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                      • grendizer,
                        but really the two albums of Neil Young & Crazy Horse released in 1979,
                        Rust Never Sleeps (#8 and Platinum in the U.S., #7 and 2x Platinum in New Zealand, #8 in Australia),
                        Live Rust (Platinum in the U.S., #1 and 3x Platinum in New Zealand, Gold in U.K.),
                        never charted in Japan?
                        Prisoner Of Rock'n'Roll

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                        • Grendizer I would like to see the charts archives of Ayumi Hamasaki, Utada Hikaru, Koda Kumi and the others most successful female Japanese singers. Do you have them? I would love to see. Thank you

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                          • Originally posted by borderwolf
                            grendizer,
                            but really the two albums of Neil Young & Crazy Horse released in 1979,
                            Rust Never Sleeps (#8 and Platinum in the U.S., #7 and 2x Platinum in New Zealand, #8 in Australia),
                            Live Rust (Platinum in the U.S., #1 and 3x Platinum in New Zealand, Gold in U.K.),
                            never charted in Japan?
                            Neil Young is listed on Oricon CHART-BOOK Complete Edition 1970-2005 on pages 463

                            Albums
                            [LP] 1971/01/25 The Loner (The Strawberry Statement) # 97 , 3 weeks, 2,460
                            [LP] 1971/01/25 After The Gold Rush # 82 , 4 weeks, 3,650
                            [LP] 1971/07/25 Neil Young # 84 , 1 week, 900
                            [LP] 1972/02/10 Harvest # 6 , 35 weeks, 83,000
                            [LP] 1972/12/21 Journey Through the Past # 32 , 12 weeks, 26,230
                            [LP] 1973/10/25 Time Fades Away # 24 , 10 weeks, 20,680
                            [LP] 1974/07/10 On The Beach # 48 , 9 weeks, 16,120
                            [LP] 1975/06/10 Tonight's The Night # 61 , 5 weeks, 8,360
                            [LP] 1975/12/21 Zuma # 84 , 4 weeks, 4,880
                            [LP] 1977/06/10 American Stars 'N Bars # 63 , 6 weeks, 8,650
                            [LP] 1978/07/25 Comes A Time # 65 , 3 weeks, 4,350
                            [LP] 1980/11/10 Hawks & Doves # 72 , 2 weeks, 3,180
                            [LP] 1983/02/01 Trans # 90 , 3 weeks, 3,210
                            [CD] 1992/11/10 Harvest Moon # 46 , 3 weeks, 14,090
                            [CD] 1993/06/25 Unplugged # 37 , 4 weeks, 28,290
                            [CD] 1994/09/25 Sleep With Angels(with Crazy Horse) # 65 , 3 weeks, 16,330
                            [CD] 1995/07/25 Mirror Ball # 40 , 3 weeks, 18,340
                            [CD] 2000/05/17 Silver & Gold # 45 , 2 weeks, 8,000
                            [CD] 2002/04/10 Are You Passionate? # 70 , 1 week, 3,720
                            [CD] 2003/09/10 American Stars 'N Bars # 238 , 1 week, 882
                            [CD] 2003/09/10 On The Beach # 126 , 2 weeks, 18,440
                            [CD] 2003/09/10 Greendale(with Crazy Horse) # 70 , 9 weeks, 11,843
                            [CD] 2004/11/24 Grestest Hits # 84 , 5 weeks, 8,907
                            [CD] 2005/10/26 Prairie Wind # 72 , 4 weeks, 7,084
                            [CD] 2006/06/21 Living With War # 101 , 3 weeks, 3,475

                            Singles
                            1972/02/25 Heart Of Gold # 28 , 18 weeks, 73,000
                            1972/08/25 War Song # 97 , 2 weeks, 3,000

                            There are two entries for Neil Young & Crazy Horse on page 464 (?????????????????)

                            94.9.25 Sleeps With Angels # 65, 3 weeks, 16.330
                            03.9.10 Greendale # 70, 9 weeks, 11.843

                            Rust Never Sleep P-10671R and Live Rust P-5575/76R didn't chart.
                            I tried to put every solid infos I gathered from Billboard, Cashbox and RJAA. You can check facts, like RJAA awards, you'll see that many uncharted albums are awarded gold, like Janis Joplin and Carol King, sometime platinum, like Billy Joel.
                            It is not rare that non charted LPs from the seventies sold at least 50.000, especially when it comes to big acts.

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                            • Originally posted by grendizer
                              Rust Never Sleep P-10671R and Live Rust P-5575/76R didn't chart.
                              I tried to put every solid infos I gathered from Billboard, Cashbox and RJAA. You can check facts, like RJAA awards, you'll see that many uncharted albums are awarded gold, like Janis Joplin and Carol King, sometime platinum, like Billy Joel.
                              It is not rare that non charted LPs from the seventies sold at least 50.000, especially when it comes to big acts.
                              Thanks for the infos!
                              Prisoner Of Rock'n'Roll

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                              • Hi. Any data on HEART would be so appreciated. Thanks.

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                                • Originally posted by grendizer
                                  A whole site covering all French artists career, touring and charts ranking in Japan, including Mireille Mathieu, Adamo, Sheila, Amanda Lear and more French Pop in Japan [color=#000040]
                                  I never said it before sorry, but that is a great website, and really helps sort fact and fiction about french pop in Japan. Thank you!

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                                  • Originally posted by Forest14
                                    Hi. Any data on HEART would be so appreciated. Thanks.
                                    There are two Heart. One is a Canadian female singers duo group, the other seems to be a British pop band of the eighties.

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                                    • HEART: American band fronted by Ann and Nancy Wilson since the mid 70s. Thanks.

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                                      • Heart ranking and sales of Heart's album on the Oricon charts - Japan

                                        Single
                                        1987-06-05 Alone # 84, 9.000

                                        Albums
                                        77.7.21 Little Queen # 62, 5 weeks, 6.580 LP
                                        78.2.5 Dreamboat Annie # 67, 3 weeks, 4.840 LP
                                        78.10.21 Dog & Butterfly # 67, 2 weeks, 3.020 LP
                                        80.3.21 Bebe Le Strange # 62, 2 weeks, 3.310 LP
                                        85.8.22 HEART # 30, 37 weeks, 71.700 LP + 24.180 CT + 17.190 CD
                                        87.6.5 Bad Animals # 15, 16 weeks, 25.800 LP + 12.640 CT + 53.430 CD (# 11, 17 weeks)
                                        90.4.4 Brigade # 4, 11 weeks, 62.530 CD + 4.470 CT
                                        91.9.27 Rock the house Live! # 49, 3 weeks, 19.490 CD
                                        93.10.30 Desire walks on # 20, 5 weeks, 46.310 CD
                                        95.8.9 The road home # 20, 4 weeks, 35.190 CD
                                        96.7.3 Ballads the greatest hits # 32, 7 weeks, 52.410 CD
                                        04.8.21 Jupiter Darlings # 222, 3 weeks, 2.897 CD

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                                        • Originally posted by travextina
                                          Grendizer I would like to see the charts archives of Ayumi Hamasaki, Utada Hikaru, Koda Kumi and the others most successful female Japanese singers. Do you have them? I would love to see. Thank you
                                          Most are on wikipedia, like Ayumi Yamasaki :
                                          https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ayumi_Ham ... iscography

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                                          • Princess? Heart (the other one which is not Nancy Wilson and Ann Wilson, but a British pop band of the eighties)?

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                                            • Originally posted by Jerz
                                              Princess? Heart (the other one which is not Nancy Wilson and Ann Wilson, but a British pop band of the eighties)?
                                              Princess?

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                                              • I've never heard of a British pop group called Heart from the 1980s. Only the American rock outfit that has always been fronted by Wilson sisters.

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                                                • PRINCESS PRINCESS: a Japanese female band.

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                                                  • Originally posted by grendizer
                                                    Originally posted by Jerz
                                                    Princess? Heart (the other one which is not Nancy Wilson and Ann Wilson, but a British pop band of the eighties)?
                                                    Princess?
                                                    I mean, Princess Princess.

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