Complete your Beck collection. Anyone heard both and can compare them?
We'll have things fixed soon. Unbelievable, super cool, outrageous and amazing Phenomenal, fantastic, so incredible, woohoo! We gotta bring both sides together Like champagne and leather Like birds of a feather, we'll fly Like rain on a sunny day Like a million dollars that you're givin' away Like a stray dog on a free reign, we’ll fly (Whoa). Cause we're all like a team Livin' inside a dream You and me doin' our thing and we'll fly (Oo-ooh).
The discography of Beck, an American rock musician, singer-songwriter, record producer and t, consists of 13 studio albums, one compilation album, one remix album, three extended plays (EPs) and 45 singles.
The album was recorded between 2013 and 2017, with Beck producing alongside Greg Kurstin. The album's earliest single, "Dreams", was released in June 2015, while three more singles ("Wow", "Dear Life" in Italy and "Up All Night" in the US) were released between June 2016 and September 2017. The title track was also released as a single in April 2018
Time was ripe in 2017 for Beck to deliver a "fun" album, the kind of elastic, eclectic pop that was his calling card back in the '90s. The last time Beck truly cut loose was maybe 2006's The Information, which was lighter than either the coiled 2008 LP Modern Guilt or the slow, sepia-toned Morning Phase, which took home the Album of the Year Grammy in 2015.
How cool is this album sleeve? Well, it's as cool as you want it to be. Beck created a stir in 2006 when his album The Information was released with a cover consisting of a simple sheet of graph paper, and a set of stickers that the listener could arrange as they wished. Sometimes, the simplest things are the coolest, and this cover image for It's Blitz! is immediate, eye-catching and intriguing. You could say it's an egg-cellent cover.
Photo: Maya Robinson and Photos by Getty. This list was first published in 2014, and has been updated to include Beck’s latest music. Describing Beck’s vast catalogue with an adjective - or even five - is a fool’s errand. He broke through during the early ’90s anything goes alt-rock boom, hitting big with the slacker-hop anthem Loser and carrying that song’s momentum through downcast freak-folk and feedback-drenched jitters on his major-label debut, Mellow Gold.
|My Own Best Enemy||2:53|
|Beck Will Die||2:44|
|It's All In Your Mind||3:34|
|Your Love Is Weird||3:09|
|BRR5028||Beck||Free Things Are Cool (CD, RM, Unofficial)||Broadcasting Radio Records||BRR5028||Europe||2015|
|BRR4028||Beck||Free Things Are Cool (12", Unofficial, Dou)||Broadcasting Radio Records||BRR4028||Europe||2015|
|BOSS 5-2035||Beck||Kaos Radio Session - Olympia, WA. january 13, 1994 (LP, Ltd, Unofficial)||Bad Joker||BOSS 5-2035||Europe||2016|
|DOR2101H||Beck||Live At Kaos Olympia Community Radio, Olympia, WA • January 26, 1994 (LP, RM, Unofficial, 180)||DOL||DOR2101H||Europe||2016|