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Yayaya (T-ARA)

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Recochoku Digital Single & CD+DVD A Cover
CD+DVD B Cover
CD Only Cover
Artist
T-ARA
Single
yayaya
Released
2011.11.23 ~ 2011.11.29 (Recochoku Digital Single)
2011.11.30
Catalog Number
TOCT-40377 (CD+DVD A)
TOCT-40378 (CD+DVD B)
TOCT-40379 (CD Only)
Price
¥1,800 (CD+DVD)
¥1,100 (CD Only)
¥250 (Recochoku Digital Single)
Digital Single Tracklist
  1. yayaya (Japanese ver.)
CD Tracklist
  1. yayaya (Japanese ver.)
  2. Roly-Poly (Korean ver.)
  3. yayaya (Inst.)
  4. Roly-Poly (Inst.)
DVD A Tracklist
  1. yayaya (Music Video (Japan Original ver.))
  2. yayaya (Music Video Making)
DVD B Tracklist
  1. yayaya (Music Video (Dance Feature ver.))
  2. yayaya (Music Video Short ver.))


Information

"yayaya" is the second Japanese single release by T-ARA. It was released in three versions: two limited CD+DVD editions and a regular CD only edition. All editions include one randomly chosen trading card (1 of 8). The title track is a Japanese version of the original Korean song from their first mini-album Temptastic. The B-side was originally included on T-ara's first Korean single "John Travolta Wanna Be". Buyers of the single were entitled to a special mini-tour T-ARA X'mas Premium LIVE. The tour was only available for people who purchased the single and signed up for the concert online. Tickets were not sold separately.

The single reached #7 on the Oricon charts, and charted for 16 weeks.

Song Information

T-ARA promoting the single
Korean Lyrics
E-Tribe
Music
E-Tribe
Other Information
Arrangement: JnG Beat, E-Tribe

Disambiguation

yayaya
Found on Temptastic mini-album as track #1. This is the standard Korean version.
yayaya (Japanese ver.)
Found on "yayaya" single as track #1. This is the standard version except with Japanese lyrics.
yayaya (Inst.)
Found on Temptastic mini-album as track #6 and on "yayaya" single as track #3. This is the standard version except without vocals.

Oricon Chart Positions

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Week Rank Sales
- 7 6 7 8 5 4 7 31,801
7 30 - - - - - 33 4,652
- - - - - - - 40 2,305
- - - - - - - 48 1,870
- - - - - - - 60 1,060
- - - - - - - 63 1,142
- - - - - - - 90 677
- - - - - - - 111 516
- - - - - - - 135 456
- - - - - - - 129 415
- - - - - - - 173 296
- - - - - - - x 310
- - - - - - - out for one week
- - - - - - - 152 398
- - - - - - - 154 480
- - - - - - - 190 334
- - - - - - - x 264

Total Reported Sales: 46,976
Total Sales in 2011: 36,453 (#203 single of the year)
Total Sales in 2012: 10,523

Trivia

  • T-ara says the song actually doesn't have any meaning.

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