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NMB48's 13th single "Must be now" first day sold 222,115 copies, and ranked no. 1 at ORICON daily chart at 6 October 2015, the single has been released at 7 October 2015

"Must be now" first day sold 222,115 copies

Reference: ORICON style
http://www.oricon.co.jp/rank/js/d/2015-10-06/

Previous sales record (First day):
  1. Zetsumetsu Kurokami Shoujo (絶滅黒髪少女) : 131,654 copies
  2. Oh My God! (オーマイガー!) : 172,474 copies
  3. Junjou U-19 (純情U-19): 280,367 copies
  4. Nagiichi (ナギイチ): 231,200 copies
  5. Virginity (ヴァージニティー) : 269,386 copies
  6. Kitagawa Kenji (北川謙二): 259,984 copies
  7. Bokura no Eureka (僕らのユリイカ) : 420,906 copies
  8. Kamonegikkusu (カモネギックス): 270,447 copies
  9. Takane no Ringo (高嶺の林檎): 368,719 copies
  10. Rashikunai (らしくない): 324,897 copies
  11. Don't look back!: 381,650 copies
  12. Durian Shonen: 282,242 copies
"Must be now" PV

"Must be now" (Dance ver.) PV

Type A c/w "Yume ni iro ga nai riyuu" PV

Type B c/w "Good-bye, Guitar" PV

Type C c/w "Kataomoi yori mo omoide wo..." PV

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11 意見

  1. Do you think NMB peaked already?

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  2. I think the data is skewed, but I don't know by how much. What I mean by that is NMB48 is available on iTunes throughout the world, and to the best of my knowledge no other 48G is on iTunes outside of Japan. I paid a $1.29 for this song on US iTunes, while for the other 48 groups I pay 1524 yen for the CDs I choose to buy. I would love to see total sales data across all distribution platforms but I doubt they would ever make that public.

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  3. @Paul, do you think for the comments you could put a system where you can reply to comments? Btw the comments system looks really cool so far.

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  4. @ /dev/null and AKBFan
    I am quite surprised (or shocked) by the sales figures, I don't know if it is the release date problem, I just wish tomorrow's sales report will be better.

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  5. I don't think they're done for, I just think that this senbatsu + theme isn't what the fans wanted.

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  6. @Momo, what do you think fans wanted? As an international fan I loved it but I can perhaps how normal Wota's might not like it. The Senbatsu members were just the best dance members, which is nice for a change.

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  7. Anonymous10/07/2015

    Well, it is not a mystery that Handshake tickets are the one that drives sales. The only one who sold all their slots for this single was Sayanee, no wonder the low sales.

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  8. Fans want their favourite members - and when members with low popularity join senbatsu (no matter their talent), fans will react.

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  9. @Momo, makes sense. I thought this too. Although its a shame the song was really good.

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  10. Anonymous10/07/2015

    The song & choreo has too much of k-pop flavour, If the clothes are skimpier it will just like most k-pop mv. I guess it turns a lot of wotas off.

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  11. Anonymous10/12/2015

    Sales of Japanese CDs outside Japan are not included in Oricon sales figures and do not contribute to chart positions. If iTunes/Amazon take sales from CDs outside Japan, then Apple/Amazon make more money and AKS/Laugh Out Loud make less, but it won't affect the Oricon chart or stated sales. As far as Oricon are concerned, us gaijin don't count.

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