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Ljud-CD, Ljudbok, CD, 24 September 2002
Vinyl, 25 Januari 2011
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With his portastudio, keyboard, drum machine, and guitar, singer/songwriter Beck (born Beck Hansen) created music that celebrated the junk culture of the 90's. Now, Beck is back with a brand new album titled Sea Change, first single "Guess I'm Doing Fine."
- Ursprungligt utgivningsdatum : 2002
- Produkten har slutat tillverkas : Nej
- Produktens mått : 14.2 x 12.6 x 0.99 cm; 98.09 Gram
- Etikett : Geffen Records
- ASIN : B00006F7S4
- Artikelnummer : 2076485
- Ursprungsland : USA
- Antal skivor : 1
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This album is certainly a step up from Beck's previous album "Midnite Vultures" which is Disco and funky orientated - some would say that this album is rather depressing in places - but i believe this album is based on Beck's personal experiences - particularly "Lost Cause" which his split with his partner in his relationship hit beck hard - but this only brings a positive out of a negative in beck producing an absolutely wonderful song in the process for his fans and the neutrals alike - a definitely cult classic to own - I'm glad I bought mine;)
It proved to be the first Beck album I have ever bought, that I could not bring myself to enjoy. Musically and lyrically, he sounds so relentlessly bummed out and sorry for himself, you literally either want to hit a bottle of whiskey or give Beck a good shaking and tell him - "come on Hansen, you will survive, life really isn't that bad!"
I've noticed a lot of nuances to the recording that are lost completely on CD.
As much as I like the original album, if I'm honest it does tail off slightly toward the end, but curiously the sparkling quality held my attention throughout and I couldn't bring myself to stop the album before the end, which I tend to do with the CD.
Come on Universal (& Sony etc etc) pleeeeeeease release more 5.1 modern recordings on BD Audio not just classical, 60's jazz and 70's rock which may have had pretty dodgy masters in the first place.
If you like Beck you won't be disappointed with Sea Change, it's like finding him again. Enjoy.