Daylight (EP)

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Daylight
EP by Aesop Rock
Released 5 February 2002
Genre Hip hop
Length 37:25
Label Definitive Jux
DJX021
Producer Aesop Rock
Blockhead
Blueprint
El-P
Aesop Rock chronology
Labor Days
(2001)
Daylight
(2002)
Bazooka Tooth
(2003)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]
Robert Christgau A−[2]
HipHopDX 4.5/5 stars[3]
Stylus Magazine A−[4]

Daylight is an EP by American hip hop artist Aesop Rock, released on 5 February 2002 on Definitive Jux. It is also the title of a single from his second major album, Labor Days. The song is included on the EP, along with a reworking entitled "Night Light."

The album makes an appearance in the film The Life Before Her Eyes in one of the flashback sequences.[5]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Produced by Length
1. "Daylight"   Blockhead 4:25
2. "Night Light"   Blockhead 4:17
3. "Nickel Plated Pockets" (additional vocals from Vast Aire) El-P 4:31
4. "Alchemy" (featuring Blueprint) Blueprint 4:24
5. "Forest Crunk"   Blockhead 4:39
6. "Bracket Basher" (contains a sample of "Iron Galaxy" by Cannibal Ox) Blockhead 5:38
7. "Maintenance"   Blockhead 4:22
8. "One of Four (hidden track)"   Aesop Rock 5:09

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