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Beck + Danger Mouse = Blow Your Mind

My only complaint is that it's over in 31:26! I hope these two geniuses plan on doing several albums together like he did with Nigel Godrich (Mutations, Sea Change, Guero & The Information). Beck has definitely found a new soul mate with the way these tracks sound. Another masterpiece without a doubt.

I Love Beck, and don't love this album

as a long time Beck fan i am sad to say that this album is pretty poor. for starters i am not a fan of "DangerMouse" i find his production murky, muddy, and just borring. I found all of these songs to be about the same. the tempo doesnt change much, the songs lack depth, and after a few listens it is clear they are mearly a bassline, some over reverbed dingy drums, and a guitar or bleep here and there. Drum patterns do not have fills or even change for the durration of the songs. it is often hard to hear the melodys because they are so quietly mixed, and there is just a lot of same sounding stuff here. This is Becks third album of quite simple songs, and it is his weakest. perhaps under a different producer these songs would have been a bit fresher sounding. but as they stand on this album they are fairly blah.

Modern Musicians Going Back In Time For Inspiration, Guilt Free.

On first listen, Modern Guilt felt empty. As a fan of Beck since Mellow Gold, I respected the fact that once again he was shifting into another musical landscape but found the album underperformed and underproduced when listening to it on small speakers at a friend's apartment. I could not believe Beck had done that to me after two years of waiting. As I walked outside and into the subway station, I once again played it, on my ipod, just because it was new and it's Beck. Things began to make sense and mold together when listening on good headphones. The simplicity and atmosphere created by Burton blended with the sense of intangible emptiness in Beck's lyrics. The songs, as they ended due to brevity, left me with a desire to listen to them again. The song "Walls" especially is one you seem to not want to end due to it's vibe and then you are thrown into what sonically feels like walking through a futuristic city in this age, like modern Japan with "Replica". There is a lot of neon lights in these songs. Some of those lights are dimming, some are skittering and others are just bright. The songs are short and endlessly original. Beck and Burton seem to have wanted to capture many different moods in a compact way just like The Beatles did in the Revolver days. The mark of a great album is to leave you wanting to repeat the experience and once you do to be rewarded in a new way, every new time. This album does just that.


Nacido(a): 08 de julio de 1970 en Los Angeles, CA

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

Una de las más eclécticas y creativas figuras que surgió de la revolución alternativa de los 90 Beck fue la personificación de la elegancia posmoderna en una era obsesionada con la cultura chatarra. Utilizando un caledoscopio de influencias -- pop, folk, sicodelia, hip hop, country, blues, R&B, funk, rock sonoro, rock experimental, jazz, lounge -- Beck creó un historial de trabajo que fue totalmente imprevisible, vibrantemente desordenado y repleto de ideas. Sin duda fue un producto de la era de...
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