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Girls' Generation New Japan Single Ranks Number 1 on Oricon Charts

By Staff Writer | September 18, 2013 11:24 AM EDT

Girls' Generation New Japan Single Ranks Number 1 on Oricon Charts
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Girl group Girls' Generation's new Japan single has ranked in the top 5 on the Japan Oricon charts.

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On September 18, Oricon revealed that Girls' Generation's 8th Japan single, Galaxy Supernova, had ranked number 4 on the daily single chart on the day of its release.

This is the groups first comeback in 3 months since their last single, LOVE&GIRLS.

Girls' Generation pre-released the "Galaxy Supernova" music video and showed off a space theme and gained much attention.

On the other hand, Girls' Generation will be leaving for Japan to begin their new single promotions.

 

 

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