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SHINee's Japanese ‘Sherlock’ Tops Tower Records Weekly Sales Chart

By Staff Writer | June 06, 2012 10:13 AM EDT

SHINee's Japan ‘Sherlock’ Tops Tower Records Weekly Sales Chart
SHINee ranks first in Tower Records Japan's sales chart (Photo : .)

SHINee topped the K-Pop singles weekly chart on the Tower Record Japan.

SHINee’s 'Sherlock' Japanese version released on May16, topped Tower Records' K-Pop singles chart. The album contains 'Sherlock' and 'Keeping Love Again' has not only already placed second place on the Oricon daily charts on the released day, but also has ranked second for 3 consecutive weeks on May’s weekly chart. This album has shown off its popularity ranked top on Tower Record offline sales rank in first week of June (May 28th~June 3rd).

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Starting from Fukuoka Marine Messe concert on May 25, SHINee kicked off ‘The Fist Japan Arena Tour – SHINee World 2012’ performing in 7 cities including Tokyo, Sapporo, Nagoya, Osaka, Kyoto, and Hiroshima. The tour originally scheduled for 14 performances added 6 additional dates due to overwhelming tickets sales request as tickets were sold out immediately after its release.

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