Samurai Champloo Music Record: Departure

Nujabes / Fat Jon - Samurai Champloo Music Record: Departure
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2004 Ratings: #2
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June 23, 2004 / Release Date
LP / Format
Nujabes, Fat Jon / Primary Artists
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R.I.P to a legend. Nujabes created some of the best instrumental hip hop records of all time. Fat Jon got the best out of this man.
From the brilliant anime, Samurai Champloo, this is one of Nujabes best efforts. Songs like Battlecry, The Space between Two Worlds and Aruarian Dance are some of the best/chill songs in Nujabes discography and fits the theme of Samurai Champloo so well; I usually dislike anime soundtracks, this is an exception. Fat Jon is okay but the only reason why I haven't given this a perfect score.

Best Tracks - As mentioned before ~ Aruarian Dance is the best one though
Worst Tracks - None
I want to have sex with this album
One of the greatest soundtracks in TV history, bar none.
Deep and clean Instrumental Jazz Hip Hop from the masters Nujabes and Fat Jon that sounds just as beautiful in the ears alone as it did in the anime itself.
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Track List

  1. Battlecry (feat. Shing02)
  2. The Space Between Two World
  3. Aruarian Dance
  4. Kujaku
  5. Mystline
  6. 1st. Samurai
  7. Ole
  8. 624 Part 2
  9. Genome
  10. No Way Back
  11. Funkin
  12. Stay
  13. Chambers
  14. Ask
  15. How You Feel
  16. 624 Part 1
  17. Shiki no Uta (feat. MINMI)
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Added on: January 10, 2017