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Samurai Champloo Music Record Playlist [Limited Edition] (Vinyl)
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Samurai Champloo Music Record Playlist [Limited Edition] (Vinyl)

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Original Name  samurai champloo music record "playlist" [回生産限定盤]
Official Release Date  May 18, 2022
Artist  Tsutchie
Genre  J-Pop
Version  Japan
PAX-Code PAX0012023012
Catalog No.  VTJL-13
Item Code  4582575385783

features

  • 2 Disc Edition
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track listing


1. thank you / Tsutchie
2. yet? why not?/ Tsutchie
3. strike back / Tsutchie
4. let me know what U think / Tsutchie
5. mists / Tsutchie
6. flip / Tsutchie
7. absolute / Tsutchie
8. adapt myself / Tsutchie
9. tuned / Tsutchie
10. no icon / Tsutchie
11. stretch out / Tsutchie
12. process / Tsutchie
13. reflective / Tsutchie
14. deeper than word / Tsutchie s
15. 2 messages / Tsutchie
16. the update / Tsutchie r
17. Offers / Tsutchie
18. FLY feat.AZUMA RIKI[SMALL CIRCLE OF FRIENDS] / Tsutchie feat.AZUMA RIKI

description


"Samurai Champloo" was aired on TV in 2004. Directed by Shinichiro Watanabe, the film is a combination of historical drama and Hip Hop elements, and its innovative visuals and music have captivated not only anime fans but also Hip Hop freaks, making it a groundbreaking work at the time that is still highly regarded in Japan and abroad. Watanabe, who is known for his deep knowledge of music, selected the following artists for this film: Nujabes, a rare trackmaker who rocked the scene with his lo-fi HipHop and later created many followers in Japan and abroad; Five Deez, who has been active since the 00's, fat jon who has released an album as a solo artist which was produced by Nujabes, and more. The tracks made for "Samurai Champloo" were released in 2004 as four CDs, "Departure", "masta", "impression" and "playlist". These four CDs were released in 2004 and became a smash hit. After 18 years, these four CDs are now available in analog format. This is the first time each title has been released in analog format.
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