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FT Island's New Single Ranks 6th on Oricon Chart

2010/11/19 | 381 views |  | Permalink

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The group FT Island released their third single album entitled "So today" in Japan on November 17, and their the new album reached sixth place on the daily Oricon chart on the day of its release.

FT Island's agency FNC Music announced their achievement in Japan on November 18 and said, "Every single album that FT Island has released in Japan has been included in the top ten in the Japanese music market. Considering that top Japanese singers also released their new albums on the same day that FT Island released their album, their ranking, which is sixth place, is much more meaningful than ranking atop the chart".

On the daily Oricon chart, Japanese singers such as KAT-TUN, SKE48, Kobukuro, AAA, and Morning Musume ranked in first to fifth place, respectively. The lyrics of the song "So Today" was written by a member of FT Island, Lee Jae-jin-I.

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