A Complete: All Singles - Charts

Charts

Oricon Sales Chart (Japan)
Release Chart Peak position First Week Sales Sales total Chart run
September 10, 2008 Oricon Daily Albums Chart 1
Oricon Weekly Albums Chart 1 538,876 852,259 38 weeks
Oricon Monthly Albums Chart 1
Oricon Yearly Albums Chart 8

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