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News Nisemonogatari's 'Naisho no Hanashi' Song Ranks #2
posted on 2012-02-07 03:00 EST
"Naisho no Hanashi," the ending theme song for the Nisemonogatari anime series, sold 34,706 copies to rank #2 on Oricon's weekly CD single sales chart for the January 30-February 5 week. The young female duo ClariS performed this song composed by Ryo (supercell), and they released it as their fourth single on February 1.
On February 2, the song ranked #1 on the daily chart — the first time that ClariS accomplished this feat. While it is the fourth single in a row from ClariS to place in the top 10 of Oricon's weekly chart since the duo's debut, but this is the first song to place in the top 3.
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