Magic Power (Hey! Say! JUMP song)

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"Magic Power"
Magic Power Regular Edition.png
Single by Hey! Say! JUMP
from the album JUMP World
A-side "Magic Power"
B-side "Beat Line"
"Nemuri no Mori"
"BE ALIVE"
Released (Japan) September 21, 2011
Format CD single
Recorded 2011
Genre J-pop
Label J Storm, Johnny & Associates
Writer(s) Yuusuke Itagaki, Kanata Okajima
Hey! Say! JUMP singles chronology
"OVER"
(2011)
"Magic Power"
(2011)
"SUPER DELICATE"
(2012)

"Magic Power" is a single release by Hey! Say! JUMP. It was released in three different versions: a limited CD+DVD edition 1, a limited CD+DVD edition 2, and a regular CD-only edition. The single will be the theme song for the Japanese dub of the animated movie, “The Smurfs“, in which members Ryosuke Yamada and Yuri Chinen provided the voices for Clumsy Smurf and Brainy Smurf respectively. This was the group's first single without Morimoto, due to the smoking scandal and suspension. It was certified platinum by the RIAJ.[1]

Regular Edition[edit]

CD

  1. "Magic Power"
  2. "Beat Line"
  3. "Nemuri no Mori"
  4. "BE ALIVE"
  5. "Magic Power" (Original Karaoke)
  6. "Beat Line" (Original Karaoke)
  7. "Nemuri no Mori" (Original Karaoke)
  8. "BE ALIVE" (Original Karaoke)

Limited Edition 1[edit]

CD

  1. "Magic Power"
  2. "School Days" - Hey! Say! BEST

DVD

  1. "Magic Power" (PV & Making of)

Limited Edition 2[edit]

CD

  1. "Magic Power"
  2. "GET!!" - Hey! Say! 7

DVD

  1. 30 minute footage of Hey! Say! JUMP & Yuuki 100% Concert with Yuma Nakayama Spring Concert in Nagoya.

Charts[edit]

Chart (2011) Peak
position
Japan Oricon Weekly Singles Chart[2] 1
Japan Oricon Monthy Singles Chart[3] 3
Japan Oricon Yearly Singles Chart 21

Total Reported Sales: 254,171[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ゴールド等認定作品一覧 2011年9月". riaj. Retrieved September 21, 2011. 
  2. ^ "Hey! Say! JUMP tops Oricon weekly chart with "Magic Power"". tokyohive. Retrieved September 27, 2011. 
  3. ^ "Oricon Style CDシングル 月間ランキング-ORICON STYLE ランキング". September 2011. Retrieved November 3, 2011. 
  4. ^ "2011 Best selling albums & singles in Japan (physical sales only)". osiris. Retrieved 15 December 2011.