Neil Young is listed on Oricon CHART-BOOK Complete Edition 1970-2005 on pages 463borderwolf wrote: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?
Thanks for the infos!grendizer wrote: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.
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!grendizer wrote: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]
Most are on wikipedia, like Ayumi Yamasaki :travextina wrote: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