|The Thing Which Solomon Overlooked|
|Studio album by Boris|
|Recorded||2004 at Sound Square in Tokyo, Japan|
|Genre||Drone Metal, Drone, Ambient|
|Label||Kult of Nihilow|
| Live at Shimokitazawa Shelter |
| The Thing Which Solomon Overlooked |
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The Thing Which Solomon Overlooked is the sixth studio album by Japanese band Boris. Released in the fall of 2004 as a one-time pressing of 550 copies via Finnish label Kult of Nihilow, it quickly sold out and for many years became a rarity among fans and collectors. Notably this release is more focused in the vein of drone and ambient experimentation, devoid of vocals and drums.
The song "A Bao A Qu" featured in this album shares the same title as the one featured on the album Soundtrack from Film "Mabuta no Ura" but this version is a completely different song.
Ultimately it would prove to be part of a trilogy as two sequel albums were released on Conspiracy Records in 2006: The Thing Which Solomon Overlooked 2 and The Thing Which Solomon Overlooked 3. In 2013 all three albums would be remastered and included with a bonus disc as the boxset The Thing Which Solomon Overlooked Chronicle.
- A1. Scene 2 (10:52)
- A2. A Bao A Qu (7:58)
- B. The Dead Angle Which It Continues Showing (20:00)
- Wata - Guitar, Effects
- Takeshi - Bass
- Atsuo - Effects
- Boris - Producer
- Fangs Anal Satan - Artwork, Recording
- Souichirou Nakamura - Mixing, Mastering