Mayonaka no Shadow Boy

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
"Mayonaka no Shadow Boy"
Mayonaka no Shadow Boy RE.jpg
Single by Hey! Say! JUMP
from the album JUMP No. 1
B-side "School Kakumei"
Released Japan October 22, 2008
Format CD single, CD+DVD
Recorded 2008
Genre J-pop
Label J Storm, Johnny & Associates
Hey! Say! JUMP singles chronology
"Your Seed/Bōken Rider"
(2008)
"Mayonaka no Shadow Boy"
(2008)
"Hitomi no Screen"
(2010)

"Your Seed/Bōken Rider"
(2008)
"Mayonaka no Shadow Boy"
(2008)
"Hitomi no Screen"
(2010)
Limited Edition Cover

"Mayonaka no Shadow Boy" is a single released by Hey! Say! JUMP. It was released on October 22, 2008.

Information[edit]

The single is Hey! Say! JUMP's first actual love song, which is used as a theme to the TV drama Scrap Teacher starring Hey! Say! JUMP members Daiki Arioka, Ryosuke Yamada, Yuto Nakajima, Yuri Chinen. The song has sad, passionate lyrics and a melancholic melody with a Spanish taste. Limited edition includes a bonus DVD with the music video of "Mayonaka no Shadow Boy," making-of footage, and alternate jacket artwork. Regular edition features three bonus karaoke versions.[1][2]

By the end of the year, "Mayonaka no Shadow Boy" was reported by Oricon to sell 266,193 copies and was later certified Platinum[3] by RIAJ denoting over 250,000 shipments.

Regular Edition[edit]

CD

  1. "Mayonaka no Shadow Boy"
  2. "School Kakumei"
  3. "Deep Night Kimi Omou"
  4. "Mayonaka no Shadow Boy" (Original Karaoke)
  5. "School Kakumei" (Original Karaoke)
  6. "Deep Night Kimi Omou" (Original Karaoke)

Limited Edition[edit]

CD

  1. "Mayonaka no Shadow Boy"
  2. "School Kakumei"

DVD

  1. "Mayonaka no Shadow Boy" (PV & Making of)

Charts and certifications[edit]

Charts[edit]

Chart (2008) Sales Peak
position
Japan Oricon Weekly Singles Chart[4] 211322 1
Japan Oricon Monthly Singles Chart 3
Japan Oricon Yearly Singles Chart 266,193 21

Sales and certifications[edit]

Country Provider Sales Certification
Japan RIAJ 266,193[4] Platinum[5]

References[edit]