Yui Horie's 8th Album Sells 18,000 to Rank #3
posted on by Egan Loo
Himitsu, the eighth album from voice actress Yui Horie, sold 18,458 copies to rank #3 on Oricon's sales chart for the February 19-26 week. Until now, the highest rank that Horie achieved was #5 for her "Hikari" single in May of 2006, and #8 for her Darling album in January of 2008.
Himitsu went on sale on February 22 with such songs as "Immoralist" and "Presenter." In addition to the regular edition, the album had two different limited first editions which bundled photo collection booklets.
Disney Date: Koe no Ōji-sama (Disney Date: The Princes of Voice), the album of cover songs sung by 10 Japanese voice actors, came in at #6 wit 15,091 copies sold. Right below, with 14,739 copies sold, was Lover"S"Mile, the first album from singer LiSA with the Fate/Zero opening theme song "oath sign."
Source: Listen Japan
Update: Lover"S"Mile's punctuation fixed. Thanks, Kougeru. Oricon posted the exact numbers, which have been updated above.
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