TVXQ's Sweeps Japan with "Android" - Completely Sold Out on Rakuten!
By Staff Writer | July 09, 2012 04:08 PM EDT
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On July 8, TVXQ's First Edition of "Android" was completely sold out on Rakuten.
Even before the official release of their new single, TVXQ was ranked number 1 on a major Japanese music chart called, "MU-MO" with their new single "Android" and their DVD containing behind-the-scenes footage of their concert. TVXQ also moved up and down between ranks 1 and 2 for their pre-ordered album sales at HMV, a major Japanese music store.
In addition, TVXQ placed 3rd on Rakuten's main music chart, 2nd and 3rd place on Amazon Japan and 3rd on Tower Records Chart for their pre-order sales. On June 27, TVXQ was ranked number 1 and 2 for their pre-orders on Tower Records and still currently remains on top.
TVXQ's "Android" will be released on the 11th of July and will contain their new songs "Android" and "Blink." Only 4 months after their release of "Still," TVXQ is coming back to celebrate summer with their fans.
Meanwhile, TVXQ successfully wrapped up their participation in the SM Town Live Tour in the United States.
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