10cm on Gaon’s digital sales chart

Bugs Indie Music Chart is not the only place where 10cm is having success right now. I just took a quick look at Gaon’s digital chart and while it has yet to be updated for last week the week prior to that showed remarkable success for the acoustic duo. I’d be curious to know if there was ever any other act with as many tracks in the top 200 before.

k-indie @ Gaon Digital Chart – February 12, 2011
33. Humming Urban Stereo – 넌 그날 (feat. Yoo In Na) [MV]
64. 10cm – 그게 아니고
95. 10cm – 사랑은 은하수 다방에서
112. 10cm – Talk
119. Lucid Fall – 우리 아름다운 시간은 [MV]
120. 10cm – 우정, 그 씁쓸함에 대하여
124. Whale – 그대라서
135. 10cm – Beautiful
136. 10cm – 죽겠네 (Album Ver.)
142. 10cm – Kingstar
149. 10cm – Beautiful Moon
158. 10cm – Rebirth
159. 10cm – 곱슬머리
160. 10cm – Hey Billy
162. ZittenSunshine [MV]
165. 10cm – 살
170. 10cm – 아메리카노
176. 10cm – 오늘밤은 어둠이 무서워요
191. Standing Egg – 넌 이별 난 아직 (with 한소현 of 3rd coast)
192. AshGray – 못됐다

그대를 사랑합니다 OSTAs previously mentioned, Lucid Fall has recorded a song for movie I Love You (그대를 사랑합니다). The soundtrack was released on February 9. In addition to the Lucid Fall track and a few other songs, the soundtrack also included a new song from Dalmoon called 들꽃처럼. Check out the music video here.

싸인 O.S.T.싸인 O.S.T. - Part.4Whale recorded 그대라서 for SBS drama Sign (싸인). It was first released as part 4 of the digital single OST series on January 27, but will get a CD release along with the rest of the soundtrack on February 24.

애쉬 그레이 - 못됐다Rock band AshGray released a digital single called 못됐다 on February 8. The single is number 6 from the band and holds 3 tracks. Personally I’ve become quite fond of this unplugged performance of the title track.

Let me know if you’d like me to make these charts a regular feature by the way! I’ve been checking them out every now and then without finding anything that caught my interest till just now, but perhaps that’s about to change.

3 Comments 10cm on Gaon’s digital sales chart

  1. helikoppter

    Glad to hear you like the charts! Sometimes I wonder how informative they really are, but what I like about them myself is that it provides me with an opportunity to write about music I didn’t get around to writing/hearing about sooner. Then I’ll be posting Gaon charts too from now on. Thanks!


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