[MHN Jung Halim reporter] Boy group SHINee's latest album, their first as a complete group in two years and six months, sweeped the iTunes charts in 45 regions.
According to agency SM Entertainment on February 23rd, SHINee's 7th album "Don't Call Me" hit No. 1 on the iTunes Top Album charts in 45 regions, including the US, Canada, the UK, Germany, the UAE, Australia, Singapore, and more.
The album also ranked first on the Chinese QQMusic digital album sales chart, as well as the Japanese LINE Music Album Top 100 chart.
In Korea, the album claimed the top spot on the Shinnara, YES24, Kyobo daily music charts.
Fourteen years after their debut, "Don't Call Me" comes after Minho, Onew, and Key returned from the army, and has continued to gain critical and commercial acclaim.
The members said in an online press conference, "On this album we focused more on "impactful bangers" worthy of a two year comeback rather than something trendy. We want to show that we are still here, and that we can still do it."
SHINee comes back stronger than ever... Top of 45 iTunes album charts
SHINee's latest album "Don't Call Me" lands on No.1 for 45 iTunes regions