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Grandaddy/VA – Below the Radio (Artists Choice)


Grandaddy/VA – Below the Radio (Artists Choice)
Mp3 192, no pass

A nice collection. Some alternative classics here! And we don’t mean fucking Snow Patrol!

Tracklisting

1. Beck – We Live Again
2. Beulah – Burned By The Sun
3. Earlimart – Color Bars
4. Snow Patrol – Run
5. Goldenboy – Wild Was The Night
6. Giant Sand – Bottom Line Man
7. Fruit Bats – The Little Acorn
8. Home – Comin’ Up Empty Again
9. Jackpot – If We Could Go Backwards
10. The Handsome Family – I Fell
11. Little Wings – Sand Canyon
12. Pavement – Motion Suggests
13. Blonde Redhead – For the Damaged
14. Virgil Shaw – Twisted Layer
15. Grandaddy – Nature Anthem

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October 12, 2008 Posted by | Beck, Blonde Redhead, Giant Sand, Grandaddy, Music_Alternative, Pavement, The Handsome Family, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Beck – Singles Vol.1

Beck – Singles Vol.1
ripped from originals @ 192 kbps (except Deadweight)

We seem to be posting a lot of Beck stuff lately. Not sure why. I mean we kinda like him. But only kinda like him. Check the posts out here: Becky

We don’t know much about this one.

This seems to be a volume of singles by Mr. David Bek Campbell compiled by some kind soul out there somewhere! It apparently collects the official singles released from Mellow Gold, the rather good Odelay and the rather so-so Mutations.

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Beck (2008) Singles Vol.1


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July 14, 2008 Posted by | Beck, Music_Alternative, Music_Pop, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Beck Back in the Nineties – various 90s recordings

We’ve posted a lot of Beck stuff before … check it HERE

Now, here’s some more!


Golden Feelings (1993)

http://www.mediafire.com/?a9xwmmigl93


A Western Harvest Field by Moonlight

http://www.mediafire.com/?1pd0lmbgnki


Stereopathetic Soulmanure (1994)

http://www.mediafire.com/?ugfvmxg7z7y


Mellow Gold (1994)

http://www.mediafire.com/?ri0xir0yjzv


One Foot in the Grave (1994)

http://www.mediafire.com/?lamgygi4vum


Odelay (1996)

http://www.mediafire.com/?mqcmywzmxm5


Stray Blues (B-Sides Collection)

http://rapidshare.com/files/12…..s.rar.html


Links from somewhere, thanks to the upper(s).

Attention: some folders may just contain the files in alphabetical order without a playlist! No pain, no gain

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July 12, 2008 Posted by | Beck, Music_Alternative, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Beck – Chemtrails (2008)


Beck – Chemtrails (2008)

All signs and sources point to Beck dropping his feverishly anticipated Modern Guilt LP in rushed, Raconteurs style. As reported, the album features the inaugural studio partnership between Beck and Danger Mouse, a Cat Power vocal, and according to the Rolling Stone advance listen we posted, it has an “overall 1960s British vibe” with early Pink Floyd in the mix. “Chemtrails” bears out the reference some, BeckMouse keeping it spooky with pitch-bent organs, dryly unaffected bass guitar, vocals in the moan-y register, and powerhouse drumming from Joey Waronker.

You can hear 90 seconds of it right now at beck.com by mousing-over the jukebox in the upper-right. Groovy, haunted, all of that. We like it.

New Beck - "Chemtrails"


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Beck (2008) Chemtrails SG

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July 8, 2008 Posted by | Beck, Music_Alternative, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Beck – Odelay (Deluxe Edition – 2008)


Beck – Odelay (Deluxe Edition – 2008)

Odelay is surely Becky’s meisterwerk! Every man and his dog bought this one when it first came out a decade ago.

My dog bought it and for a while he loved it. But then got kinda tired of it and buried it in the garden!

On January 29, 2008, Odelay – Deluxe Edition was released. The two-disc set contains the original album, plus 19 b-sides, remixes and previously unreleased songs. The liner notes feature complete lyrics and artwork as well as an essay from Thurston Moore and the transcript of 15 high school students interviewed by Dave Eggers.

Strangely enough, an officially released Odelay era rarity, “Diskobox”, was not included on the deluxe edition for unknown reasons. It was also rumored prior to the release of the deluxe edition that the Odelay sessions version of “Debra” (later re-recorded for Midnite Vultures) would be included, but it is not featured here.

The Deluxe Edition of Odelay also includes some changes to the original album, including an extended “Sissyneck,” an altered “New Pollution” introduction, and a more explicitly double-tracked vocal on “Hotwax.”[2]. No official explanation for these changes has been mentioned. Additionally, some of the bonus tracks on the Deluxe Edition appear to be from lossy (e.g. MP3) sources (Specifically “Deadweight” and “Clock”).


Tracklisting


Disc 1

1. “Devils Haircut” – 3:15
2. “Hotwax” – 3:49
3. “Lord Only Knows” – 4:15
4. “The New Pollution” – 3:39
5. “Derelict” – 4:13
6. “Novacane” – 4:37
7. “Jack-Ass” – 4:12
8. “Where It’s At” – 5:30
9. “Minus” – 2:32
10. “Sissyneck” – 3:57
11. “Readymade” – 2:37
12. “High 5 (Rock The Catskills)” – 4:11
13. “Ramshackle” – 4:47
14. “Hidden Track (Computer Rock)” – 0:43
15. “Deadweight” – 6:12
16. “Inferno” (previously unreleased) – 7:03
17. “Gold Chains” (previously unreleased) – 4:59

Disc 2

1. “Where It’s At” (U.N.K.L.E. remix) – 12:26
2. “Richard’s Hairpiece” (remix by Aphex Twin) – 3:19
3. “American Wasteland” (remix by Mickey P.) – 2:42
4. “Clock” – 3:17
5. “Thunder Peel” – 2:40
* Different version than the one on Stereopathetic Soulmanure.
6. “Electric Music And The Summer People” – 4:38
7. “Lemonade” – 2:21
8. “SA-5” – 1:53
9. “Feather In Your Cap” – 3:46
10. “Erase The Sun” – 2:56
* Sped up from the originally released length of 3:16.
11. “000.000” – 5:25
12. “Brother” – 4:47
13. “Devil Got My Woman” – 4:34
14. “Trouble All My Days” – 2:25
15. “Strange Invitation” – 4:06
16. “Burro” – 3:13


Here be Becky:

Beck (2008) Odelay (Deluxe Edition) (CD1)
Beck (2008) Odelay (Deluxe Edition) (CD2)

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July 8, 2008 Posted by | Beck, Music_Alternative, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Beck – Sea Change (2002)

Beck – Sea Change (2002)

Tracklisting


1. “The Golden Age” – 4:35
2. “Paper Tiger” – 4:36
3. “Guess I’m Doing Fine” – 4:49
4. “Lonesome Tears” – 5:38
5. “Lost Cause” – 3:47
6. “End of the Day” (originally titled “Nothing I Haven’t Seen”) – 5:03
7. “It’s All in Your Mind” – 3:06
8. “Round the Bend” – 5:15
9. “Already Dead” – 2:59
10. “Sunday Sun” – 4:45
11. “Little One” – 4:27
12. “Side of the Road” – 3:23


Here be Becky:

Beck (2002) Sea Change

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July 8, 2008 Posted by | Beck, Music_Alternative, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Beck – Modern Guilt (2008)

Beck – Modern Guilt (2008)
320kbps — 33:40 min — 77,2 MB
Beck’s new album, Modern Guilt, which was produced by Danger Mouse and also features the great Cat Power.

Beck’s new album Modern Guilt, produced with Brian “Danger Mouse” Burton, will be released July 8, 2008.

The new album contains 10 new songs, and with the exception of last year’s Grammy-nominated, digital-only single “Timebomb”, Modern Guilt is the first new material Beck has written since the prolific stretch that produced 2005’s platinum Guero and 2006’s universally acclaimed The Information.

Modern Guilt is a tightly assembled group of songs that range in lyrical tone from introspection and social commentary to off the cuff wordplay and lighthearted humor. Musically, the album’s ten tracks vacillate between economy and experimentation, hybrid and pop classicism, while consistently manifesting Beck and Danger Mouse’s shared interest in psych-rock, folk, electronic minimalism and orchestration.

Beck is about to embark on a tour of the UK and Europe, followed by a number of US headline and festival appearances, culminating in Beck’s biggest hometown headline show to date, September 20, 2008 at the Hollywood Bowl.

Tracklisting

01 — 03:16 — Orphans
02 — 02:57 — Gamma Ray
03 — 04:40 — Chemtrails
04 — 03:14 — Modern Guilt
05 — 02:59 — Youthless
06 — 02:22 — Walls
07 — 03:25 — Replica
08 — 02:36 — Soul Of A Man
09 — 03:43 — Profanity Prayers
10 — 04:28 — Volcano

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July 3, 2008 Posted by | Beck, Music_Alternative, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Beck – Odelay [Deluxe Edition] (2008)


Beck – Odelay [Deluxe Edition]
(January 29, 2008)

Odelay fuses the disparate strands of Beck’s music — folk, country, hip-hop, rock & roll, blues, jazz, easy listening, rap, pop — into one dense sonic collage.

Songs frequently morph from one genre to another, seemingly unrelated genre — bursts of noise give way to country songs with hip-hop beats, easy listening melodies transform into a weird fusion of pop, jazz, and cinematic strings; it’s genre-defying music that refuses to see boundaries. All of the songs on Odelay are rooted in simple forms — whether it’s blues (“Devil’s Haircut”), country (“Lord Only Knows,” “Sissyneck”), soul (“Hotwax”), folk (“Ramshackle”), or rap (“High 5 [Rock the Catskills],” “Where It’s At”) — but they twist the conventions of the genre. “Where It’s At” is peppered with soul, jazz, funk, and rap references, while “Novacane” slams from indie rock to funk and back to white noise

With the aid of the Dust Brothers, Beck has created a dense, endlessly intriguing album overflowing with ideas. Furthermore, it’s an album that completely ignores the static, nihilistic trends of the American alternative/independent underground, creating a fluid, creative, and startlingly original work.

From Rolling Stone:

On his early records, Beck made it all sound so easy, people fell for the idea he wasn’t trying very hard. He was happy to play the role of a musical innocent — just a blond surfer-poet dude with a guitar and a dazed grin, the happy-go-lucky Snoopy to Kurt Cobain’s Charlie Brown. Now that he’s matured, and revealed in his music what a misery goat he is, we can appreciate how much imagination went into Odelay. After his 1994 indie single “Loser” accidentally crashed the mainstream, Beck realized he liked it up there and decided to ham it up with a shameless pop record. So for Odelay, he hooked up with the Dust Brothers to play around with punk, hip-hop, acoustic folk, bossa nova, Latin soul, mainstream R&B and line-dance country — there’s as much Babyface as Bob Dylan on this record, and as much Billy Ray Cyrus as Biz Markie. The grooves are so funny, Beck had fans rolling in the aisle before he opened his mouth.

On this two-disc deluxe edition, the greatest moments still come from the original album: “Where It’s At,” “Jack-Ass,” “Lord Only Knows,” “Hotwax.” But the rarities and B sides are so good, they’d add up to Beck’s third- or fourth- best album on their own. “Electric Music and the Summer People” is one of his best; “Gold Chains” and “Inferno” are worthy outtakes; “Burro” has the album’s best song, “Jack-Ass,” sung in Spanish with a mariachi band. It flows into a summary of Nineties rock & roll wiseassery, a sonic version of the sensibility that would turn into Johnny Knoxville and Owen Wilson. “Hotwax” was never a hit, but it still sounds like Beck’s theme, because it means (among other things) stolen music — the sound of a very shrewd kid stealing his way onto the radio like a burglar in broad daylight.

Disc 1

1 Devils Haircut
2 Hotwax
3 Lord Only Knows
4 The New Pollution
5 Derelict
6 Novacane
7 Jack-ass
8 Where It’s At
9 Minus
10 Sissyneck
11 Readymade
12 High 5 (Rock the Catskills)
13 Ramshackle
14 Hidden Track [Computer Rock]
15 Deadweight
16 Inferno
17 Gold Chains

Disc 2

1 Where It’s At (U.N.K.L.E. Remix)
2 Richard’s Hairpiece
3 American Wasteland
4 Clock
5 Thunder Peel
6 Electric Music and the Summer People
7 Lemonade
8 SA-5
9 Feather In Your Cap
10 Erase the Sun
11 .000.000
12 Brother
13 Devil Got My Woman
14 Trouble All My Days
15 Strange Invitation
16 Burro

Here be Beckie:

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http://link-protector.com/397372/

http://link-protector.com/397373/

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January 29, 2008 Posted by | Beck, Music_Alternative, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Beck – Odelay [Deluxe Edition] (2008)


Beck – Odelay [Deluxe Edition]
(January 29, 2008)

Odelay fuses the disparate strands of Beck’s music — folk, country, hip-hop, rock & roll, blues, jazz, easy listening, rap, pop — into one dense sonic collage.

Songs frequently morph from one genre to another, seemingly unrelated genre — bursts of noise give way to country songs with hip-hop beats, easy listening melodies transform into a weird fusion of pop, jazz, and cinematic strings; it’s genre-defying music that refuses to see boundaries. All of the songs on Odelay are rooted in simple forms — whether it’s blues (“Devil’s Haircut”), country (“Lord Only Knows,” “Sissyneck”), soul (“Hotwax”), folk (“Ramshackle”), or rap (“High 5 [Rock the Catskills],” “Where It’s At”) — but they twist the conventions of the genre. “Where It’s At” is peppered with soul, jazz, funk, and rap references, while “Novacane” slams from indie rock to funk and back to white noise

With the aid of the Dust Brothers, Beck has created a dense, endlessly intriguing album overflowing with ideas. Furthermore, it’s an album that completely ignores the static, nihilistic trends of the American alternative/independent underground, creating a fluid, creative, and startlingly original work.

From Rolling Stone:

On his early records, Beck made it all sound so easy, people fell for the idea he wasn’t trying very hard. He was happy to play the role of a musical innocent — just a blond surfer-poet dude with a guitar and a dazed grin, the happy-go-lucky Snoopy to Kurt Cobain’s Charlie Brown. Now that he’s matured, and revealed in his music what a misery goat he is, we can appreciate how much imagination went into Odelay. After his 1994 indie single “Loser” accidentally crashed the mainstream, Beck realized he liked it up there and decided to ham it up with a shameless pop record. So for Odelay, he hooked up with the Dust Brothers to play around with punk, hip-hop, acoustic folk, bossa nova, Latin soul, mainstream R&B and line-dance country — there’s as much Babyface as Bob Dylan on this record, and as much Billy Ray Cyrus as Biz Markie. The grooves are so funny, Beck had fans rolling in the aisle before he opened his mouth.

On this two-disc deluxe edition, the greatest moments still come from the original album: “Where It’s At,” “Jack-Ass,” “Lord Only Knows,” “Hotwax.” But the rarities and B sides are so good, they’d add up to Beck’s third- or fourth- best album on their own. “Electric Music and the Summer People” is one of his best; “Gold Chains” and “Inferno” are worthy outtakes; “Burro” has the album’s best song, “Jack-Ass,” sung in Spanish with a mariachi band. It flows into a summary of Nineties rock & roll wiseassery, a sonic version of the sensibility that would turn into Johnny Knoxville and Owen Wilson. “Hotwax” was never a hit, but it still sounds like Beck’s theme, because it means (among other things) stolen music — the sound of a very shrewd kid stealing his way onto the radio like a burglar in broad daylight.

Disc 1

1 Devils Haircut
2 Hotwax
3 Lord Only Knows
4 The New Pollution
5 Derelict
6 Novacane
7 Jack-ass
8 Where It’s At
9 Minus
10 Sissyneck
11 Readymade
12 High 5 (Rock the Catskills)
13 Ramshackle
14 Hidden Track [Computer Rock]
15 Deadweight
16 Inferno
17 Gold Chains

Disc 2

1 Where It’s At (U.N.K.L.E. Remix)
2 Richard’s Hairpiece
3 American Wasteland
4 Clock
5 Thunder Peel
6 Electric Music and the Summer People
7 Lemonade
8 SA-5
9 Feather In Your Cap
10 Erase the Sun
11 .000.000
12 Brother
13 Devil Got My Woman
14 Trouble All My Days
15 Strange Invitation
16 Burro

Here be Beckie:

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http://link-protector.com/397372/

http://link-protector.com/397373/

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January 29, 2008 Posted by | Beck, Music_Alternative, _MUSIC | Leave a comment