BCB 100 - Beck

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Clay Davis
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Postby Clay Davis » 20 Jul 2006, 10:54

django wrote:
Album - Mutations

Song - Jackass


Same for me.

One of the greats. Looking forward to his album and live show later this year.
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Postby Django » 20 Jul 2006, 10:57

Brassneck.. wrote:
django wrote:
Brassneck.. wrote:Beck is a great artist and i think Mutations and Midnite Vultures are terrific albums but his zenith has to be Odelay.

Best song is a tough one because every album bar Guero has highlights with claims


Brassneck, I just decided I don't trust you anymore. :(

Girl? Black Tambourine? Definitely his weakest record, but a couple of corkers on there nonetheless.


Brassneck.. wrote:but i'm going to go with Debra, because i always forget how insane my love for it is, when it finally sneaks on at the end of MV.


But I couldn't agree more with this.
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I didn't say i didn't like Guero, i do; but the highlights you rightly mention wouldn't be bubbling under a Beck top 10.

Ok? :P


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Postby PENK » 22 Jul 2006, 15:05

toomanyhatz wrote:A brilliant pastiche artist, the kind that engages my mind but rarely my soul.


That's how I feel about him. I just get bored listening to him because there's nothing there. It's clever and diverse but it's like listening to someone talk about their record collection. Once he's established what each song is going to be like, I'm waiting to move onto the next one and only a few really rise above this. I guess I should give Sea Change a go, that's the only one I've not heard.
Album: Odelay, probably, the only one I can sit through any more.
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Postby Nicky Loves Fuzz » 10 Aug 2006, 11:08

funny thing about BECK for me is that I'll bet 35 of my 50 favorite songs by him were all released in 1994.

ALBUM: One Foot In The Grave

SONG: Forcefield

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Postby toomanyhatz » 22 Aug 2006, 21:28

toomanyhatz wrote:Song - Lost Cause


I just listened to Sea Change again. I'm changing it to Lonesome Tears. "Day in the Life" string arrangement and all, it's just his most emotional song.
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Re: BCB 100 - Beck

Postby BlueMeanie » 31 Jan 2011, 08:42

Album: Sea Change

Song: E-Pro
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