Around 45 million British people in polls are against the abolition of our nation, and with the little European voting that has been allowed, it seems clear over 200 million of its victims don’t want the EU. And ten million Germans died in World War two; only their leaders want a repeat of German ambitions with the EU as the vehicle, which is why 80% of them are against it. But we will never be given the choice. YOU have to decide to act yourself. There are ways to stop the EU – see “Your Campaigns” on the left. Nationally, we need a General Strike, or a mass blockade of Westminster to stop our criminal MP’s and Queen breaking our constitution and laws for the last time.

In April 1989, X Japan's second album Blue Blood reached number 6 and has sold 712,000 copies. [25] Their third and best-selling album Jealousy was released in July 1991, topped the charts and sold over 1 million copies. [25] They released two more number one studio albums, Art of Life (1993) and Dahlia (1996), before disbanding in 1997. X Japan actually signed an American record deal with Atlantic Records in 1992, but an international release never happened. [26] In the 1990s, L'Arc-en-Ciel and Glay sold millions of records, while Malice Mizer , La'cryma Christi , and Siam Shade also found success.

Japan has long held the title of the second-largest music market in the world , only surpassed by the United States. [1] [2] Although, Japan briefly became the top music market based on retail value in 2010, as compact discs tend to be considerably more expensive than the world's average. [3] [4] In accordance with global trends, the value of the domestic market has been slowly declining in recent years. Nonetheless, as of 2016, physical sales are responsible for nearly three-quarters of the whole value of the Japanese music market, historically dominated by domestic acts. [2] The following lists cover the top-selling albums in the country, based on information provided by the Recording Industry Association of Japan and Original Confidence Inc. , commonly known as Oricon.