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Beck
Born:
08 July 1970
Country:
US
Genres:
Pop/Rock, Electronic
Releases:
112
Biography: Initially pegged as something as a voice of a generation when “Loser” turned into a smash crossover success, Beck did wind up crystallizing much of the post-modern ruckus of the ‘90s alternative explosion, but in unexpected ways. Based in the underground anti-folk and noise-rock worlds, Beck encompassed all manners of modern music, drawing in hip-hop, blues, trash-rock, pop, soul, lounge music…pretty much any found sound or vinyl dug up from a dusty crate, blurring boundaries and encapsulating how ‘90s hipsters looked toward the future by foraging through the past. In another time, Beck may have stayed the province of the underground, but he surfaced just as alternative rock turned mainstream, with his 1994 debut Mellow Gold launching “Loser,” a hit that crossed over with the velocity of a novelty, a notion Beck quickly punctured with a succession of indie LPs delivered in the wake of Mellow Gold, including the lo-fi folk of One Foot in the Grave, delivered on the K imprint. But the album that truly cemented Beck’s place in the pantheon was 1996’s Odelay, a co-production with the Dust Brothers that touched upon all of his obsessions, providing a cultural keystone for the decade while telegraphing all his future moves, from the soul prankster of Midnite Vultures to the melancholy troubadour of Sea Change. Fittingly, Beck came from a distinctly artistic background, the son of string arranger/conductor, David Campbell, and Bibbe Hansen, a regular at Andy Warhol’s Factory whose father was a pivotal contributor to the Fluxus art movement. Adopting the surname "Hansen" after his father left, Beck grew up in Los Angeles, dropping out of school in the tenth grade to play as a street busker and attend poetry slams. Bashing out blues and folk, Beck wound up assembling a home tape called the Banjo Story before departing for New York, where he operated on the margins of the anti-folk scene without ever breaking into it. He returned to Los Angeles where he continued to play clubs, eventually gaining the attention of Bong Load records, an independent operated by Tom Rothrock and Rob Schnapf. All parties agreed to pair Beck’s fledgling folk with hip-hop beats assembled by producer Karl Stephenson, whose kitchen provided the studio for their first efforts, including “Loser.” These tapes remained unreleased as Beck recorded an album’s worth of material with Calvin Johnson for the latter’s K label, but the first release Beck had was the Flipside single “MTV Makes Me Want to Smoke Crack” and Sonic Enemy’s cassette release of Golden Feelings. But what really broke the doors open was Bong Load’s 12" single of “Loser,” which garnered considerable play in L.A., coinciding with increased underground attention. Soon, Beck signed with Geffen, striking a deal that allowed him to release on independent labels. One of these immediately followed -- Fingerpaint released a 10" record A Western Harvest Field by Moonlight in January 1994 -- before the Geffen debut Mellow Gold appeared in March of 1994. Naturally, “Loser” was the lead single from Mellow Gold and it turned into an instant smash, boasting a hook that worked as an ironic underground rallying cry and a novelty crossover. Despite many positive reviews, Beck worked overtime to dispel the notion he was a novelty, quickly releasing two indie albums in succession: the noise-skronk Stereopathetic Soul Manure and One Foot in the Grave. Stereopathetic made few waves but the stripped-back, folky One Foot in the Grave acted as a counterbalance to the gonzo Mellow Gold, illustrating the depths of his talents. After a furious 1994, Beck laid relatively low in 1995, touring with the fifth Lollapalooza in between working on a new album with the production team the Dust Brothers, who had collaborated with the Beastie Boys on their landmark 1989 Paul’s Boutique. The resulting album, Odelay, appeared in June 1996, preceded by the lanky, funky single “Where It’s At,” which would go on to win the Grammy for Best Male Rock Vocal. Odelay piled up acclaim and hits -- “Devil’s Haircut,” “Jack-Ass,” and “The New Pollution” all charted around the world -- and the record went double-platinum, becoming a touchstone of ‘90s alternative rock. An outtake from the album, “Deadweight,” appeared on the soundtrack to Danny Boyle’s 1997 film A Life Less Ordinary, then Beck set to work on his next album with producer Nigel Godrich, who had just worked with Radiohead on OK Computer. Their collaboration, originally slated for an indie release but moved to Geffen, thereby setting a precedent where no future Beck LP would be released on an indie (something worked out in the courts the following year), traded futuristic rock -- either the joyous collage of Odelay or the dystopia of OK Computer -- for a quiet, pulsating, psychedelic folk-rock album called Mutations. Riding high on Odelay, the album charted well without turning out any major hits, although it did garner a Grammy for Best Alternative Music Performance. Beck took another abrupt change in musical direction in 1999 with Midnite Vultures, a garish party record that was part satire and part salute to soul and funk, particularly Prince. Reviews were divided between ecstatic and skeptical, but the album had some real hits with “Sexx Laws” and “Deborah,” and it in some ways was the apex of Beck’s hipster prankster phase, a persona he shed with his next album, 2002’s Sea Change. Recorded in the wake of a romantic breakup, Sea Change was another Godrich production, but it was gentle and mournful, lacking some of the gritty underpinnings of Mutations yet retaining the psychedelia -- and that psychedelic edge was brought out in the supporting tour when Beck hired the Flaming Lips as his supporting band. The tour was well-received but there were some tensions, as reported by Lips leader Wayne Coyne later. After an extended break -- the longest he’s taken between albums to date -- Beck returned in 2005 with Guero, an album that reunited him with the Dust Brothers and consciously evoked Odelay. Guero launched a few hits, including “E-Pro” and “Hell Yes,” and was followed within months by Guerolito, a remixed version of the entire album. Beck continued in this direction the following year with The Information, but its Nigel Godrich production kept the album streamlined and emphasized the darker undercurrents in the songs. Some of that darkness could be heard on his eighth album, Modern Guilt, a 2008 release produced by Danger Mouse, marking his first time in 14 years that he worked with a producer who wasn't the Dust Brothers or Godrich.
Colors (Deluxe Edition)
Colors (Deluxe Edition)
Tracks: 11
Year: 2017
Colors
Colors
Tracks: 10
Year: 2017
Colors (Deluxe Edition)
Colors (Deluxe Edition)
Tracks: 11
Year: 2017
Colors
Colors
Tracks: 10
Year: 2017
Colors
Colors
Tracks: 10
Year: 2017
Morning Phase
Morning Phase
Tracks: 13
Year: 2014
Song Reader
Song Reader
Tracks: 20
Year: 2014
Morning Phase
Morning Phase
Tracks: 13
Year: 2014
Gimme
Gimme
Tracks: 5
Year: 2013
Modern Guilt (Japan)
Modern Guilt (Japan)
Tracks: 14
Year: 2008
Modern Guilt (Japan)
Modern Guilt (Japan)
Tracks: 14
Year: 2008
Modern Guilt
Modern Guilt
Tracks: 10
Year: 2008
Modern Guilt
Modern Guilt
Tracks: 10
Year: 2008
Chemtrails (ep)
Chemtrails (ep)
Tracks: 2
Year: 2008
Odelay
Odelay
Tracks: 17
Year: 2008
Chemtrails (single)
Chemtrails (single)
Tracks: 1
Year: 2008
Timebomb 12"
Timebomb 12"
Tracks: 2
Year: 2007
The Information
The Information
Tracks: 15
Year: 2006
Guero (Japan)
Guero (Japan)
Tracks: 16
Year: 2005
Guero
Guero
Tracks: 13
Year: 2005
Guero (Deluxe Edition)
Guero (Deluxe Edition)
Tracks: 20
Year: 2005
Guerolito
Guerolito
Tracks: 13
Year: 2005
Guero (Japan)
Guero (Japan)
Tracks: 16
Year: 2005
Hell Yes (ep)
Hell Yes (ep)
Tracks: 4
Year: 2005
Live in Paris
Live in Paris
Tracks: 24
Year: 2003
PJ Merry Christmas
PJ Merry Christmas
Tracks: 2
Year: 2002
Sea Change (Japan)
Sea Change (Japan)
Tracks: 13
Year: 2002
Sea Change (Japan)
Sea Change (Japan)
Tracks: 13
Year: 2002
Beck.com B-Sides (EP)
Beck.com B-Sides (EP)
Tracks: 8
Year: 2001
Nicotine & Gravy (ep)
Nicotine & Gravy (ep)
Tracks: 3
Year: 2000
Beercan (Single)
Beercan (Single)
Tracks: 5
Year: 2000
Cold Brains (ep)
Cold Brains (ep)
Tracks: 5
Year: 1999
Live On Snl (Bootleg)
Live On Snl (Bootleg)
Tracks: 4
Year: 1999
Nobody's Fault But My Own
Nobody's Fault But My Own
Tracks: 3
Year: 1999
Almost Acoustic Christmas
Almost Acoustic Christmas
Tracks: 8
Year: 1999
Midnite Vultures (Japan)
Midnite Vultures (Japan)
Tracks: 12
Year: 1999
Mixed Bizness
Mixed Bizness
Tracks: 2
Year: 1999
Midnite Vultures (Japan)
Midnite Vultures (Japan)
Tracks: 12
Year: 1999
Midnite Vultures
Midnite Vultures
Tracks: 11
Year: 1999
Sexx Laws
Sexx Laws
Tracks: 4
Year: 1999
Live In Amsterdam (Bootleg)
Live In Amsterdam (Bootleg)
Tracks: 9
Year: 1999
Mutations (Japan)
Mutations (Japan)
Tracks: 14
Year: 1998
Mutations
Mutations
Tracks: 13
Year: 1998
Mutations (Japan)
Mutations (Japan)
Tracks: 14
Year: 1998
Tropicalia
Tropicalia
Tracks: 3
Year: 1998
The Devil Inside (Live)
The Devil Inside (Live)
Tracks: 15
Year: 1998
The New Pollution (Single)
The New Pollution (Single)
Tracks: 5
Year: 1997
The New Pollution
The New Pollution
Tracks: 3
Year: 1997
Glastonbury
Glastonbury
Tracks: 11
Year: 1997
Sissyneck
Sissyneck
Tracks: 5
Year: 1997
Jack-Ass
Jack-Ass
Tracks: 6
Year: 1997
Jack-Ass (single)
Jack-Ass (single)
Tracks: 2
Year: 1997
Sony Studios Live Set
Sony Studios Live Set
Tracks: 16
Year: 1997
Sissyneck (ep)
Sissyneck (ep)
Tracks: 3
Year: 1997
The New Pollution (single)
The New Pollution (single)
Tracks: 3
Year: 1997
Deadweight
Deadweight
Tracks: 3
Year: 1997
Odelay (Japan)
Odelay (Japan)
Tracks: 14
Year: 1996
Odelay
Odelay
Tracks: 15
Year: 1996
Odelay
Odelay
Tracks: 14
Year: 1996
Odelay (Japan)
Odelay (Japan)
Tracks: 14
Year: 1996
Acid & Lollipops
Acid & Lollipops
Tracks: 15
Year: 1996
Where It's At (single)
Where It's At (single)
Tracks: 6
Year: 1996
Devil's Haircut (Single)
Devil's Haircut (Single)
Tracks: 4
Year: 1996
Quodlibet
Quodlibet
Tracks: 12
Year: 1996
Devils Haircut (ep)
Devils Haircut (ep)
Tracks: 4
Year: 1996
Caspar And Mollusk - Twig
Caspar And Mollusk - Twig
Tracks: 4
Year: 1995
Beercan (ep)
Beercan (ep)
Tracks: 5
Year: 1994
Mellow Gold (Japan)
Mellow Gold (Japan)
Tracks: 12
Year: 1994
Mellow Gold (Japan)
Mellow Gold (Japan)
Tracks: 12
Year: 1994
Mellow Gold
Mellow Gold
Tracks: 12
Year: 1994
Loser (single)
Loser (single)
Tracks: 5
Year: 1994
One Foot In The Grave
One Foot In The Grave
Tracks: 16
Year: 1994
Loser (ep)
Loser (ep)
Tracks: 5
Year: 1994
Mellow Gold
Mellow Gold
Tracks: 12
Year: 1994
Steve Threw Up (single)
Steve Threw Up (single)
Tracks: 3
Year: 1993
Fresh Meat and Old Slabs
Fresh Meat and Old Slabs
Tracks: 21
Year: 1993
Beck, Like The Beer
Beck, Like The Beer
Tracks: 7
Year: 1992
Don't Get Bent Out of Shape
Don't Get Bent Out of Shape
Tracks: 16
Year: 1992
1992 Demo
1992 Demo
Tracks: 15
Year: 1992
Demo (Metal Demos)
Demo (Metal Demos)
Tracks: 9
Year: 1992
Banjo story
Banjo story
Tracks: 12
Year: 1988
At Last Rainbow
At Last Rainbow
Tracks: 7
Year: 1974
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