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Big Bang's 'Day by Day' Sweeps K-POP Charts for Four Weeks

2008/09/08 | Permalink | Source

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"Day by Day", the title song of the third album released by five-member male vocal group Big Bang, has topped the "Melon Music Chart" for four straight weeks since it was released on August 6. Previously, Big Bang topped various K-pop charts last year for more than six weeks with "Lies" and "Last Goodbye".

Other songs on the album ranked highly as well. "Heaven" took the second spot, "Oh My Friend" ranked ninth, "Nice Person" came in 12th and "Lady" took 16th. A total of five songs from the group's third album placed in the top 20 list.

In the meantime, "U-Go-Girl", the title song of Lee Hyori's third studio album, took the third spot while "Hey Mr.Big" climbed 11 spots to rank seventh.

"Telepathy", the title song of Younha's second studio album, ranked 17th while "Love Like Oxygen", the title song of the debut album from group SHINee, ranked 20th.

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