Common Jasmin Orange

Common Jasmine Orange (Chinese: 七里香) is the fifth studio album by Taiwanese singer Jay Chou, released on 3 August 2004 by Sony Music Taiwan.[1]

Common Jasmine Orange
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Studio album by
Released3 August 2004
ProducerJay Chou
Jay Chou chronology
Hidden Track
Common Jasmine Orange
2004 Incomparable Concert

The album was nominated for six Golden Melody Awards. The album won for an IFPI Hong Kong Top Sales Music Award for Best Selling Mandarin Album of the Year.[2] According to IFPI, The album is also listed at number 43 of 2004's global best-selling albums.[3]

The tracks, "Common Jasmine Orange", "Excuse", and "Wounds of War", are listed at number 1, number 10, and number 88 respectively on the 2004's Hit FM Top 100 Singles of the Year chart.[4][5]

Track listingEdit

All music is composed by Jay Chou.

1."My Territory" (我的地盤)Vincent Fang4:00
2."Common Jasmine Orange" (七里香)Vincent Fang4:55
3."Excuse" (藉口)Jay Chou4:16
4."Grandma" (外婆)Jay Chou4:00
5."Checkmate" (將軍)Alang Huang3:20
6."Step Aside" (擱淺)Devon Song3:56
7."Chaotic Dance" (亂舞春秋)Vincent Fang4:36
8."Struggle" (困獸之鬥)Will Liu4:25
9."Fun Fair" (園遊會)Vincent Fang4:11
10."Wounds of War" (止戰之殤)Vincent Fang4:34
Total length:42:30


Award Category Nominated work Result
Golden Melody Awards Best Mandarin Album Common Jasmine Orange Nominated
Best Mandarin Male Singer Jay Chou for Common Jasmine Orange Nominated
Best Composer Jay Chou for "Common Jasmine Orange" Nominated
Best Lyricist Vincent Fang for "Wounds of War" Nominated
Best Music Video Kuang Sheng for "Wounds of War" Nominated
Kuang Sheng for "Grandma" Nominated


  1. ^ (in Chinese) JVR Music Common Jamsine Orange album info August 3, 2004. Retrieved 2011-04-08
  2. ^ (in Chinese) IFPI Hong Kong 2004 IFPI Hong Kong Album Sales Awards winners list Archived February 19, 2012, at the Wayback Machine Retrieved 2011-04-19
  3. ^ IFPI Top 50 Global Best Selling Albums for 2004 Archived May 30, 2009, at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ (in Chinese) Hit Fm Annual Top 100 Singles Chart- 2004 (#1 to 50) Retrieved 2011-04-08
  5. ^ (in Chinese) Hit Fm Annual Top 100 Singles Chart- 2004 (#51 to 100) Retrieved 2011-04-08

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