Special Herbs, Vols. 7 & 8


Special Herbs, Vols. 7 & 8

Infobox Album | Name = Special Herbs, Vols. 7 & 8
Type = Album
Artist = Metal Fingers


Released = 2004
Recorded = Various dates
Genre = Hip-hop
Length = 44:40
Label = Shaman Works
Producer = Metal Fingers
Reviews =
Last album = "Special Herbs, Vols. 5 & 6"
(2004)
This album = "Special Herbs, Vols. 7 & 8"
(2004)
Next album = "Special Herbs, Vols. 9 & 0"
(2005)

Special Herbs, Vols. 7 & 8 is an instrumental album released by Daniel Dumile under the moniker Metal Fingers. As with all volumes of Special Herbs released by Metal Fingers, each track is named after a herb or similar flora. Although being an instrumental album, some tracks contain sampled speech.

Track listing

# "Safed Musli" – 3:15
# "Emblica Officinalis" – 4:50
# "Licorice" – 3:05
# "Sarsaparilla" – 3:39
#* Contains a sample from "Message from a Black Man" by The Whatnauts
# "Fo Ti" – 2:49
# "Camphor" – 1:50
# "High John" – 4:31
# "Mandrake" – 2:34
#* Contains sample from "What a Fool Believes" by Michael McDonald
# "Devil's Shoestring" – 4:25
# "Wormwood" – 3:19
# "Cedar" – 3:35
# "Buckeyes" – 3:04
# "Chrysanthemum Flowers" – 3:54

Other versions

* "Emblica Officinalis" is an instrumental version of a section of "Anarchist Bookstore Pt. 2" by "MC Paul Barman", from the album "Paullelujah!"
* "Licorice" is an instrumental version of "Sorcerers" by KMD, from the Shaman Works label compilation "Shaman Work: Family Files".
* "Sarsaparilla" is an instrumental version of "Anti-Matter" by King Geedorah featuring MF DOOM and Mr. Fantastik, from the album "Take Me to Your Leader".
* "Wormwood" is an instrumental version of "Lockjaw" by King Geedorah featuring Trunks, and of "One Smart Nigger" by King Geedorah, both from the same album.
* "Buckeyes" is an instrumental version of "Fazers" by King Geedorah, from the same album.
* "Chrysanthemum Flowers" is an instrumental version of MF DOOM's "Outro" to the compilation "Spitkicker Presents: The Next Spit Vol. 3".

External links

* [http://www.angelfire.com/indie/slade916/special_herbs.html Special herbs guide]


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