Nujabes ‎– Metaphorical Music

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Dimid Recordings ‎– DMDCD-0008
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1 Blessing It (Remix)
Rap [Featuring] – Pase Rock, SubstantialWritten-By – P.Johnson*, S.Robinson*
3:23
2 Horn In The Middle 4:08
3 Lady Brown
Rap [Featuring] – Cise Starr*Written-By – C.Graham*
3:18
4 Kumomi
Keyboards [Additional] – Uyama Hiroto
3:53
5 Highs 2 Lows
Rap [Featuring] – Cise Starr*Written-By – C.Graham*
4:38
6 Beat Laments The World 4:22
7 Letter From Yokosuka
Producer – Uyama Hiroto
3:10
8 Think Different
Rap [Featuring] – SubstantialWritten-By – S.Robinson*
3:17
9 A Day By Atmosphere Supreme 3:59
10 Next View
Saxophone, Keyboards [Additional], Featuring – Uyama Hiroto
4:35
11 Latitude (Remix)
Rap [Featuring] – Five DeezWritten-By – J.Marshall*, K.David*, P.Johnson*
3:56
12 F.I.L.O.
Rap [Featuring] – Shing02Written-By – S.Annen*
3:31
13 Summer Gypsy 4:19
14 The Final View 3:35
15 Peaceland 8:19

Credits

Notes

Released in jewel case. Includes a sheet with lyrics in English.

Recorded and mixed at Park Avenue Studio.
All songs mastered at Aubrite Mastering Studio.

℗ & © 2003 Dimid Recordings

Manufactured & distributed by Dimid Recordings.

Track 6 "Beat Laments The World" is an early instrumental version of Minmi's "Shiki No Uta" found on the Samurai Champloo soundtrack.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: DMDCD-0008 OP5Z2A
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L303
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 4852

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DMDCD-0008 Nujabes Metaphorical Music(CD, Album, Dig) Dimid Recordings DMDCD-0008 Japan 2003 Sell This Version
HPD4 Nujabes Metaphorical Music(CD, Album, RE, Dig) Hyde Out Recordings HPD4 Japan 2011 Sell This Version

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SJH

December 30, 2006
edited over 9 years ago

Simply one of the best albums I own, 60+ minutes of musical bliss... Metaphorical Music is a perfect balance of flawless collaborations with underground MCs and smooth, jazzy instrumentals that are both relaxing and uplifting at the same time. This has rarely left my stereo since the day I got it - even after hearing the album so many times, it still stays as refreshing and enjoyable as it was the first time I pressed play. It showcases some of the best music that the hip-hop genre is capable of.