CNBLUE Will Raise the Heat This Summer in Japan

By Staff Writer | June 15, 2012 09:30 AM EDT

CNBLUE Will Raise the Heat This Summer in Japan
Group CNBLUE will be raising the heat in Japan this summer. (Photo : .)


Group CNBLUE will be raising the heat in Japan this summer.

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The third Japanese single 'Come On' that will release on August 1, ranked 1st place on June 11 and June 12 in Japan's biggest record chain Tower Record's pre-order chart. They hold the record of 800,000 copies of pre-ordered albums with their last single, and are speculated to surpass 100,000 with this album, which would make them stand shoulder-to-shoulder with other Japanese major artist.

This album is a bit special for CNBLUE. Their third place rank in the Oricon daily ranking chart in 2011 October with the first Japanese single 'In My Head' was only a beginning.

The 2nd single album 'Where You Are' surprised the Japanese music entertainment with their 1st place on the weekly Oricon chart, which was the first time a foreign band was able to break the record in 41 years.

CNBLUE will be meeting up with their Japanese fans in 'Love One Festival Season 2 in Osaka' on June 16.

Photo: FNC Entertainment

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