Recently, BTS‘s second mini-album, Skool Luv Affair, was republished and re-released to the public after it won a fan vote run by BigHit Entertainment on which old out-of-stock or out-of-print BTS album should be released again.

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Unsurprisingly, even though the album was originally released on February 12, 2014 and is over 6 years old, fans of the hugely popular group flocked to purchase the album when it became available again on October 13!

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This album, whose title track is “Boy In Luv”, became the group’s 12th album to enter the Billboard 200 chart at #12 on the list, which is incredibly impressive for such an old album!

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But that’s not all. Because of this spike in sales, all 10 songs on the original album made the leap onto Billboard’s World Digital Song Sales chart as well.

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The highest-charting song is the title track, “Boy In Luv” at #3, which had charted in the past enough to make this its 20th total week on the chart. After that is “Just One Day”, which also charted for a week in the past and peaked this week at #5.

Besides those two, every other B-side track is charting for the very first time this week! Next up is “Jump” at #6, and immediately after is “Tomorrow” at #7. “Intro: Skool Luv Affair” comes in at #9, and “Where You From” makes its debut at #10.

The last four — “Outro: Purpose”, “Miss Right”, “Spine Breaker”, and “Like” — all charted consecutively at #13, #14, #15, and #16 respectively, bringing the total to all 10 songs on the album.

3 other more recent BTS songs also made the chart this week! “Stay Gold” re-entered the list for its 8th week, ranking at #23; “Filter” dropped considerably on its now 33rd week from #3 to #24, but is still hanging on and could easily rise again; and finally, at #25, “My Time” also managed to stay on the chart for its 33rd week after ranking at #9 last week.

Congratulations BTS! What aren’t they capable of?