Imaginary Places

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"Imaginary Places"
Single by Busdriver
from the album 'Temporary Forever'
Released 2002
Format 12-inch single
Genre Alternative hip hop, experimental hip hop, classical music
Label Temporary Whatever
Songwriter(s) Busdriver
Producer(s) Paris Zax, Daddy Kev, Omid
Busdriver singles chronology
"Imaginary Places"
(2002)
"'Avantcore'"
(2005)
Imaginary Places
(2002)
Avantcore
(2005)

Imaginary Places is a single by American rapper Busdriver from his album Temporary Forever. It was released in 2002.

Song information[edit]

The title track "Imaginary Places" is sampled from Bach's "Minuet and Badinerie Orchestral Suite No. 2 in B Minor" and the theme from Paganini's 5th Caprice. It is featured in the video games Tony Hawk's Underground and Mat Hoffman's Pro BMX.

"Jazz Fingers" features Aceyalone on vocals.

Track listing[edit]

  1. Imaginary Places (produced by Paris Zax)
  2. Mindcrossings (produced by Daddy Kev)
  3. Jazz Fingers (produced by Omid)

References[edit]