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Modern Guilt by Beck

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Modern Guilt

Beck

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Album

Modern Guilt

Beck

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Label: DGC/Interscope
Between wacky producer Danger Mouse and the wackier Beck, Modern Guilt could have turned into, well, a total whack-off. But together, the two cancel each other out and leave us with face-melting melodies that bounce off funhouse-mirrored reflections of their psychedelic-tinged, genre-hopping yearnings. Beck goes from evoking the Zombies on "Orphans" and Caribou on "Chemtrails" to a "Sexyback" JT on "Youthless," Kid A-era Radiohead on "Replica" and his own Sea Change self on "Volcano." Sure, it's all over the place, but that's what makes it so groovy, man.

About This Album

Between wacky producer Danger Mouse and the wackier Beck, Modern Guilt could have turned into, well, a total whack-off. But together, the two cancel each other out and leave us with face-melting melodies that bounce off funhouse-mirrored reflections of their psychedelic-tinged, genre-hopping yearnings. Beck goes from evoking the Zombies on "Orphans" and Caribou on "Chemtrails" to a "Sexyback" JT on "Youthless," Kid A-era Radiohead on "Replica" and his own Sea Change self on "Volcano." Sure, it's all over the place, but that's what makes it so groovy, man.

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About This Album

Between wacky producer Danger Mouse and the wackier Beck, Modern Guilt could have turned into, well, a total whack-off. But together, the two cancel each other out and leave us with face-melting melodies that bounce off funhouse-mirrored reflections of their psychedelic-tinged, genre-hopping yearnings. Beck goes from evoking the Zombies on "Orphans" and Caribou on "Chemtrails" to a "Sexyback" JT on "Youthless," Kid A-era Radiohead on "Replica" and his own Sea Change self on "Volcano." Sure, it's all over the place, but that's what makes it so groovy, man.