TVXQ Ranks #1 On Oricon Chart For Three Straight Days With "Android"

By Staff Writer | July 14, 2012 06:19 AM EDT

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Group TVXQ has been rank 1 in Oricon Chart for 3 straight days in Japan for their new song 'Android'. (Photo : tvxq)

Group TVXQ has been rank 1 on Oricon Chart for 3 straight days in Japan with their new song "Android."

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According to the Japanese music ranking website Oricon, TVXQ has been ranking first place for three straight days with their new single "Android" that which was released on July 11.

On the day the song was released, it sold 98,000 copies and topped the Oricon chart. The sales of the song is still continually increasing.

"Android" is a cheerful dance song that celebrated the season of summer. The new album includes the songs "Android," "Blink," and a remix version of "Android,"

Photo Credits: SM Entertainment

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