Album list (Jay Chou)

Updated at 11th JAN. 2013


Released:28th Dec. 2012
Opus 12 / 魔杰座

CapricornJay Chou's 12th album, everything about the album is linked to the number 12, from the title to the number of tracks. As promised Jay Chou meets you at the end of the world which never was.

1. Four Seasons Train [四季列車]
2. Sign Language [手語]
3. Eunuchs Tend To Have Headaches [公公偏頭痛]
4. Obviously [明明就]
5. Giggle [傻笑]
6. A Rather Large Cello [比較大的大提琴]
7. Love You No Different [愛你沒差]
8. Worldly Tavern [紅塵客棧]
9. Dream Activated [夢想啟動)
10. Big Ben [大笨鐘]
11. You Are Everywhere [哪裡都是你]
12. Ukulele [烏克麗麗]

Released:11th Nov. 2011
Exclamation Mark / 惊叹号

CapricornThe 11th album from Jay Chou, playing on 1s and exclamation marks, the album was released on the special date of 11/11/11 and has 11 songs. In this album Jay Chou presents a variety of music styles, everything from rap to opera, giving each style his own unique twist.

1. Exclamation Mark [驚嘆號]
2. Enchanting Melody [迷魂曲]
3. Mine Mine
4. Princess Syndrome [公主病]
5. How Are You? [你好嗎]
6. Healing Roast Meat Dumplings [療傷燒肉粽]
7. Piano Hurt [琴傷]
8. Sailors Afraid Of Water [水手怕水]
9. The World's Not Over Yet [世界未末日]
10. Shadow Puppetry [皮影戲]
11. Super Sports Goddess [超跑女神)

Released:18th May. 2010
The Era / 跨时代

CapricornJay Chou's long awaited 10th album that coincides with his 10th year in the music business. A celebration of the incredible music this amazing artist has produced over the last decade. In this album he tries some new styles bringing a completely fresh and new side that listeners have not heard before.

1. The Era [跨時代]
2. Said Goodbye [說了再見]
3. Fireworks Cool Easily [煙花易冷]
4. Free Instructional Video [免費教學錄影帶]
5. Long Time No See [好久不見]
6. It Rains All Night [雨下一整晚]
7. Hip Hop Air Hostess [嘻哈空姐]
8. I Weep. My Emotions Are In Bits And Pieces [我落淚,情緒零碎]
9. Love's Flight Diary [愛的飛行日記]
10. Directed And Acted By Yourself [自導自演]
11. Superman Can't Fly [超人不會飛]

Released:15 Oct. 2008
Capricorn / 魔杰座

CapricornJay Chou's ninth studio album, for the first time ever Jay Chou combines his interest in magic with his beloved music, the result is a fantastic album. With the theme of magic, cards figure significantly in the design of the album, from the first promotional poster to inspiration behind songs. Jay Chou wants to tell you the story of the battle between the Magician and the Joker. The title of the album in Chinese cleverly combines the three meanings - magic, Jay's name and the star sign Capricorn. All three are closely tied to Jay Chou himself. Magic is not the only theme of the album, the cover of the album, which took a month to complete, is based on a fantasy setting that is described in track 1.

1. Dragon Warrior Knight [龍戰騎士]
2. Give Me The Time For A Song [給我一首歌的時間]
3. Snake Dance [蛇舞]
4. Ocean Of Flowers [花海]
5. Mr. Magic [魔術先生]
6. Where is the Promised Happiness [說好的幸福呢]
7. Orchid Pavilion [蘭亭序]
8. Wander Poet [流浪詩人]
9. Time Machine [時光機]
10. Uncle Joker [喬克叔叔最]
11. Rice Aroma [稻香]

Released:5th Nov. 2007
Jay Chou On The Run / 我很忙

Jay Chou On The RunJay Chou's eighth album, this album marks a significant change in style for Jay Chou. For the first time he experiments with country music, using it in his title track "Cowboy Is Very Busy". However he still persists with his own style for the rest of the album. This album more than any other reflects Jay Chou's life.

1. Cowboy On The Run [牛仔很忙]
2. Rainbow [彩虹]
3. Blue & White Porcelain [青花瓷]
4. Sunny Otaku [陽光宅男]
5. Dandelion's Promise [蒲公英的約定]
6. Unparalleled [無雙]
7. I'm Not Worthy [我不配]
8. Nonsensical [扯]
9. Sweetness [甜甜的]
10. The Longest Movie [最長的電影]

Released:8th Sep. 2006
Still Fantasy / 依然范特西

Still Fantasy The seventh album from Jay Chou, this album is named to after his most famous album Fantasy and represents Jay's insistence of not changing his style and that his music is still very much Fantasy. The album sees Jay collaborating with the famous Taiwanese singer Fei Yu Ching in track 3. The lyrics by Vincent Fang are as wonderful as ever with creative entries such as Track 4 which is based on Chinese medicine. Jay also experiments with some new styles which can be found in track 9 and 10. Jay once again composes all the tracks for the album with his best partner Vincent Fang writing a majority of the lyrics.

1. 7th Chapter Of The Night [夜的第七章]
2. Listen To Ma Ma's Words [聽媽媽的話]
3. Faraway [千里之外]
4. A Herbalist's Manual [本草綱目]
5. Retreat [后退]
6. Red Imitation [紅模仿]
7. Heart's Rain [心雨]
8. White Windmill [白色風車]
9. Rosemary [迷迭香]
10.Chrysanthemum Flowerbed [菊花臺]

Released:1th Nov. 2005
November's Chopin / 十一月的蕭邦

November's Chopin The sixth album from Jay Chou, the title of the album is named after Chopin who Jay admires greatly and also to the fact that the album was released in November, which is later than his usual release date. The influence of Chopin is clearly seen in the title track Nocturnes which is named after Chopin's famous piece of work. The lyrics describe the loss of a lover. Track 5 sees Jay poking fun at the paparazzi. The album features the regular lyricists Vincent Fang, Devon Song and Huang Jun Lang. Jay composes all the songs by himself again.

1. Nocturne [夜曲]
2. Blue Storm [藍色風暴]
3. Hair Like Snow [發如雪]
4. Black Sweater [黑色毛衣]
5. Beseiged From All Sides [四面楚歌]
6. Maple [楓]
7. Romantic Mobile Phone [浪漫手機]
8. Against the Grain [逆鱗]
9. Malt Candy [麥芽糖]
10.Coral Sea [珊瑚海]
11.Drifting [漂移]
12.Always Head North [一路向北]

Released:3th Aug. 2004
Qi Li Xiang a.k.a. Common Jasmine Orange / 七里香

Common Jasmine Orange The fifth album from Jay Chou, this is named after a flower and is also the title of track 2. This album sees the introduction of new lyricists Huang Jun Lang (track 5) and Devon Song (track 6), the album still features Vincent Fang and Will Liu. As usual Jay composes all the tracks on the album. The music video for track 2 was filmed in Japan and track 10 was filmed in Russia.

1. My Territory [我的地盤]
2. Orange Jasmine [七里香]
3. Excuse[藉口]
4. Grandma[外婆]
5. Checkmate[將軍]
6. Stranded[擱淺]
7. Chaotic Dance Spring Autumn[亂舞春秋]
8. Duel of Trapped Beasts[困獸之斗]
9. Garden Festival[園游會]
10.The Youth That Ends War[止戰之殤]

Released:31 Jul. 2003
YE HUI MEI / 葉惠美

YE HUI MEI Ye Hui Mei is the fourth album from Jay Chou and is named after his mother. The first track opens the album with a creative mix of rap, opera and the mafia. The album sees the return of Vivian Hsu with track 9. The album includes the music videos for track 1 which was shot in Rome and also track 11 which was shot in America. The music video for track 7 also features the famous basketball player Yao Ming and Jay loses his first onscreen kiss in the music video for track 3.

1. in The Name of The Father [以父之名]
2. Coward [懦夫]
3. Cloudless Day[晴天]
4. Year 3 Class 2 [三年二班]
5. East Wind Breaks [東風破]
6. You Can Hear[你聽得到]
7. Same Kind of Tune[同一種調調]
8. Her Eyelashes[她的睫毛]
9. Love's Cliff[愛情懸崖]
10.Rice Fields[梯田]
11.Double Blades[雙刀]

Released:19th Jul. 2002
The Eight Dimensions / 八度空間

The Eight Dimensions The third album from Jay Chou, this album promises to take you to the eight dimensions. As usual all the tracks are composed by Jay, the lyrics are written mainly by his best partner Vincent Fang with contributions from his friend Will Liu and also Xu Shi Chang who won a contest to have his lyrics used. The album features the now famous r&b style combined with the creative lyrics. The album comes with a long movie version of the music video for The Final Battle as well as a video diary accounting the filming.

1. The Orcs[半獸人]
2. Iron Box Of An Island [半島鐵盒]
3. The Signal[暗號]
4. Dargon Fist[龍拳]
5. Where is the Train Going[火車叨位去]
6. Split[分裂]
7. Grandfather's Tea[爺爺泡的茶]
8. Back to The Past[回到過去]
9. Blacksmith of Milan [米蘭的小鐵匠]
10.Final Battle[最后的戰役]

Released:20th Aug. 2001
Fantasy / 范特西

Fantasy The second album from Jay Chou, this is considered by many to be the album that propelled Jay into stardom. Once again featuring lyrics from his two partners Vincent Fang and Vivian Hsu. Fantasy lives up to its name with songs centered around strange and wonderful themes. Jay again composes all the songs in the album. The first track is very famous for its originality in describing love through time. Track 2 also garners praise with its lyrics on a sensitive subject as well as being sung partially in Taiwanese. Nun-Chuks is the track that has brought Jay the most fame with its combination of Chinese music and hip hop.

1. Love Before A.D. [愛在西元前]
2. Dad, I Am Back [爸,我回來了]
3. Simple Love [簡單愛]
4. Ninja [忍著]
5. Can't Open My Mouth [開不了口]
6. Shanghai, 1943 [上海1943]
7. Sorry [對不起]
8. William's Castle[威廉古堡]
9. Nunchucks [雙節棍]
10.Silence [安靜]

Released:1th Nov. 2000
Jay Album / 首張同名專輯Jay

Jay Album Jay Album is the groundbreaking debut album from the talented writer Jay Chou. Featuring a fresh r&b style and wonderful lyrics from Vincent Fang, Vivian Hsu and Jay himself. All the tracks on the album are composed by Jay. The first track Lovable Woman features the lovely Vivian Hsu in the music video. Every track has a music video except for track 8, although there is a KTV which was not made by Jay.

1. Adorable Woman (可愛女人)
2. Perfection (完美主義)
3. Starry Mood (星晴)
4. Wife (娘子)
5. Bullfight (斗牛)
6. Black Humour (黑色幽默)
7. Istanbul (伊斯坦堡)
8. Indian Old Bird (印第安的老斑鳩)
9. Tornado (龍卷風)
10.Counter Clockwise (反方向的鐘)


  1. 原来你也是jay 迷啊~~~~~不知道什么时候能定票了呢??很想去看啊~~