INFINITE Ranks 1st & 2nd On Japan Pre-Sales Chart
By Staff Writer | July 19, 2012 07:28 AM EDT
Popular Idol group INFINITE's new Japanese single, She's Back, is receiving an explosive amount of attention.
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On July 17, pre-sales for their third Japanese single, which is to be released on August 29, began. Both the limited and regular editions of the album took first and second place in ranking on Japan's Tower Records Pre-Sales even though there's still a month left until its release. Not only that, the limited edition of the album placed 2nd on HMV's pre-sales chart.
INFINITE's incredible popularity has said to have surprised music representatives, as it is rare for the same album to take the first two spots on the chart.
Their first single, Before The Dawn, released in November of last year, had recorded 70,000 units in pre-orders and earned an incredible amount of attention from the press even before their debut. Their second single, Be Mine, ranked second on the Oricon.
INFINITE is definitely rising to become international stars, as they are scheduled to hold an arena tour with about 60,000 fans.
They also have more activities all over Asia, including a fan meeting in Thailand on July 28.
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