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Studio album by Hey! Say! JUMP
Released June 6, 2012 (Japan)
Recorded 2012
Genre J-Pop
Label J Storm
Producer Julie K.
Hey! Say! JUMP chronology
Singles from JUMP NO.1
  1. ""Arigatō" (Sekai no Doko ni Itemo)"
    Released: December 15, 2010
  2. "Over"
    Released: May 29, 2011
  3. "Magic Power"
    Released: September 21, 2011
  4. "Super Delicate"
    Released: February 22, 2012

Jump World is the second studio album of the J-pop boy group Hey! Say! JUMP. It was released in Japan on June 6, 2012, under the group's label J Storm. The album was certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of Japan for shipping of 100,000+ copies.

Background and release[edit]

After almost 2 years since Hey! Say! JUMP's first album JUMP NO. 1 was released, it was announced that the group would be releasing their second album on June 6, 2012.[1] The album would contain their singles from Arigatō (Sekai no Doko ni Ite mo) to SUPER DELICATE. The album would be released on two different version, a Regular Edition which contains a 3D Jacket and 40-page booklet[2] and Limited Edition which contains a DVD, a changeable jacket, and a 40-page booklet.[3] This also marks their first album without Ryutaro Morimoto.


On May 25, TV Asahi's Music Station revealed their artist line-up for the June 1st episode.[4] This is where Hey! Say! JUMP started the album promotion. They performed a special medley of Arigatō (Sekai no Doko ni Ite mo), Boku wa Vampire, and SUPER DELICATE. The group also appeared on NHK's Music Japan on June 3, 2012. They also performed their title track, "Boku wa Vampire" on Ichiban Song Show and The Shonen Club.


All the singles that they released after "JUMP NO.1" were included on the album. These are "Over" and "Arigatō (Sekai no Doko ni Ite mo)" which were the last two singles in which Morimoto participated. "Magic Power" was used as the theme song for the Japanese dubbed movie The Smurfs. "Super Delicate" was the theme song of the TV comedy Risou no Musuko, in which members Yamada Ryosuke and Yuto Nakajima were lead cast.

"Boku wa Vampire" was the title track of the album. The song "Hana Egao" was currently used for Yuri Chinen's romantic comedy TV series, Sprout.

Chart performance[edit]

Upon its release, the album sold 60,379 copies on its first day making it number one on Oricon's Daily Single Chart. In its first week on chart, the album sold 126,578 copies topping the Oricon Weekly Chart. On its second week, the album placed at No. 8 and reportedly sold another 12,011 copies. By the end of the month, the album placed second behind Namie Amuro's Uncontrolled album.

Track listing[edit]

Regular Edition CD
No. Title Length
1. "Perfect Life" (パーフェクト ライフ)  
3. "Tsunagu Te to Te" (つなぐ手と手)  
4. "Boku wa Vampire" (僕はVampire)  
5. "OVER"    
6. "Hero"    
7. "Magic Power"    
8. "Hurry up!"    
9. "Thumb & Pinky" (サム&ピンキー)  
10. "Arigatō (Sekai no Doko ni Ite mo)" (「ありがとう」~世界のどこにいても~)  
11. "Together Forever"    
12. "Snap (Hey! Say! BEST)" (スナップ)  
13. "Hana Egao (Hey! Say! 7)" (花 えがお)  
14. "Single Medley Second Act" (シングルメドレー Second act)  
Limited Edition CD
No. Title Length
12. "Spicy (Hey! Say! BEST)" ( スパイシー)  
13. "Uta Utau (Hey! Say! 7)" (ウタウタウ)  
14. "Endless Dream"    
Limited Edition DVD
No. Title Length
1. "Recording & Jacket Shooting"    


Credits taken from the album's official booklet.


  • JULIE K.

Art Direction

  • Akiyuki Isawa (SET UP)


  • Ryoichi Ishiwata (SET UP)
  • Michiyo Nagata (SET UP)


  • Minoru Ogishima
  • Michio Fukutani


  • Hiromi Shibata (Creative GUILD)

Hair & Make-up

  • Kiyoko Ninomiya (MAKE-UP ROOM)
  • Megumi Sakabe (MAKE-UP ROOM)
  • Ayako Kobayashi (MAKE-UP ROOM)

Special Thanks

  • Hiroko Hazeyama (Nippon Television Network Corporation)
  • Eriko Mikami (Nippon Television Network Corporation)
  • Satoko Ishida (TOHO-TOWA COMPANY, LTD)
  • Mistsuyo Matsumoto (TOHO-TOWA COMPANY, LTD)

Executive Producer

Charts and certifications[edit]

Preceded by
"Just Crazy" by Jang Keun-suk
Oricon weekly[5]
June 18, 2010
Succeeded by

Release History[edit]

Region Date Format Labels
Japan June 6, 2012 CD[9]
J Storm
Hong Kong June 29, 2012 CD
Avex Asia Limited


  1. ^ "Hey! Say! JUMP to release new album in June". TokyoHive. Retrieved 25 April 2012. 
  2. ^ "JUMP WORLD RE". CD Japan. Retrieved 8 May 2012. 
  3. ^ "JUMP WORLD LE". CD Japan. Retrieved 8 May 2012. 
  4. ^ "MUSIC STATION reveals lineup for June 1st". TV Asahi. TokyoHive. Retrieved 25 May 2012. 
  5. ^ a b 2012年06月04日~2012年06月10日のCDアルバム週間ランキング http://www.oricon.co.jp/rank/ja/w/2012-06-18/%7C Retrieved 13 June 2012
  6. ^ "Oricon reveals its monthly charts for June". Oricon. TokyoHive. Retrieved 6 July 2012. 
  7. ^ "Oricon reveals its monthly charts for June". Oricon. TokyoHive. Retrieved 6 July 2012. 
  8. ^ "ゴールド等認定作品一覧 2012年6月". RIAJ. Recording Industry Association of Japan. Retrieved 10 July 2012. 
  9. ^ "JUMP WORLD (Normal Edition)(Japan Version)". YESASIA. Retrieved 2012. 
  10. ^ "JUMP WORLD (ALBUM+DVD)(First Press Limited Edition)(Japan Version)". YESASIA. Retrieved 2012. 

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