Domestic Domain

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Domestic Domain
EP by
Released June 15, 2011
(Japan / Worldwide)
Recorded 2011
Genre Hip hop, R&B, dance, electronica, house, nu-disco
Length 24:17
Language Japanese
Label D-Topia Universe, Universal Music Japan
Producer Terukado Onishi
[email protected] chronology
World Wild 2010
Domestic Domain

Domestic Domain (stylized as Domestic domain) is the second EP by Japanese electronica singer-lyricist [email protected], released on June 15, 2011 under D-Topia Universe with distribution to be done by Universal Music Japan. This is Saori's first release from the label. The album debuted and peaked at the #176 spot in the Oricon albums chart for a week, however, ranking lower than her previous full-length album World Wild 2010.[1]

The track "Beatbop" is used in Attas3 Golf Club CM in September 2011.[2]Ttkgb ghost for Bhangra


Various Japanese record stores announced starting from April 2011 about a new [email protected] release to hit record shelves on June 15.[3] Her official website was updated with a new design and released a preview of a track from the upcoming EP called BEATBOP on May 17, 2011. Saori then posted on her official Twitter account on May 23, 2011 that the recording for the EP has been concluded.[4]

Track listing

All lyrics written by [email protected]

No. Title Music Length
1. "Beatbop" Alex Funk It 2:36
2. "Domestic domain" Alex Funk It 4:38
3. "Gamba Japan" Alex Funk It, To-West 4:10
4. "Collage" To-West 5:05
5. "Off The Wall" Nexx Works 3:20
6. "Pray" Alex Funk It 3:53
7. "Klaxon" G. Rina 3:32


Chart Peak
Oricon Weekly albums[1] 176


  1. ^ a b "Domestic Domain [email protected] のプロフィールならオリコン芸能人事典-ORICON STYLE". Retrieved 2012-02-14.
  2. ^ 北原美月 (roomgirl) wrote in dtopia,2011-09-14 21:12:00 (2011-09-14). "dtopia: Odds and ends". Archived from the original on 2012-04-02. Retrieved 2012-02-14.
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  4. ^ "Twitter / [email protected]: レコーディングすべて終わりましたー。やっぱり終わって". 2011-05-22. Retrieved 2012-02-14.

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