The Eight Dimensions

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The Eight Dimensions
Eightdimensions.jpg
Studio album by
Released18 July 2002 (2002-07-18)
Recorded2002
GenreMandopop
LanguageMandarin
LabelBMG
ProducerJay Chou
Jay Chou chronology
Fantasy Plus
(2001)
The Eight Dimensions
(2002)
The One Concert
(2002)

The Eight Dimensions (simplified Chinese: 八度空间; traditional Chinese: 八度空間) is the third studio album by Taiwanese singer Jay Chou, released on 18 July 2002 by BMG Taiwan.[1]

The album was nominated for five Golden Melody Awards.[2] The album also won for an IFPI Hong Kong Top Sales Music Award for Best Selling Mandarin Album of the Year.[3]

The tracks, "Secret Sign", "Back to the Past", and "The Final Battle", are listed at number 1, number 5, and number 42 respectively on the 2002's Hit FM Top 100 Singles of the Year chart.[4]

Track listing[edit]

All music is composed by Jay Chou.

No.TitleLyricsLength
1."Half-Beast Human" (半獸人)Vincent Fang4:05
2."Peninsula Ironbox" (半島鐵盒)Jay Chou5:17
3."Secret Sign" (暗號)Hsu Shih-chang4:28
4."Dragon Fist" (龍拳)Vincent Fang4:32
5."The Train's Destination" (火車叨位去)Vincent Fang4:34
6."Split" (分裂)Jay Chou4:12
7."Grandpa's Tea" (爺爺泡的茶)Vincent Fang3:57
8."Back to the Past" (回到過去)Will Liu3:51
9."Little Blacksmith in Milan" (米蘭的小鐵匠)Vincent Fang3:58
10."The Final Battle" (最後的戰役)Vincent Fang4:11

Awards[edit]

Award Category Nominated work Result
Golden Melody Awards Best Pop Vocal Album The Eight Dimensions Nominated
Best Album Producer Jay Chou for The Eight Dimensions Nominated
Best Lyricist Vincent Fang for "Grandpa's Tea" Nominated
Best Musical Arranger Eric Hong for "Dragon Fist" Nominated
Baby Chung for "The Final Battle" Nominated

References[edit]

  1. ^ (in Chinese) JVR Music The Eight Dimensions album info 18 July 2002. Retrieved 2011-03-27
  2. ^ (in Chinese) Epoch Times.com 14th Golden Melody Awards nomination list 28 March 2004. Retrieved 2011-06-21
  3. ^ IFPI Hong Kong 2002 IFPI Hong Kong Album Sales Awards winners list Archived 2 July 2012 at the Wayback Machine Retrieved 2011-04-19
  4. ^ (in Chinese) HITO Radio Hit Fm Annual Top 100 Singles Chart 2002 (#1 to 50) Retrieved 2011-04-16

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