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Beck - Odelay album mp3

Performer: Beck
Title: Odelay
Country: US
Released: 2016
Style: Indie Rock, Alternative Rock
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 803
Other formats: APE MP3 WAV VOC MIDI VOX WMA

Odelay is the fifth studio album by American musician Beck, released on June 18, 1996 by DGC Records. The album featured several successful singles, including "Where It's At", "Devils Haircut", and "The New Pollution", and peaked at number sixteen on the Billboard 200. As of July 2008, the album had sold . million copies in the United States, making Odelay the most successful album from Beck to date

Label: Geffen Records ‎– GED 24908. Acoustic Guitar, Slide Guitar, Electric Guitar, Vocals, Harmonica, Bass, Drums, Percussion, Keyboards, Electric Piano, Clavinet, Organ, Celesta – Beck Hansen. Mastered By – Bob Ludwig. Producer, Mixed By – Beck Hansen (tracks: 1 to 12, 14), The Dust Brothers (tracks: 1 to 8, 10 to 12, 14). Written-By – Beck Hansen, John King (tracks: 1, 2, 4 to 8, 10 to 12, 14), Mike Simpson (tracks: 1, 2, 4 to 8, 10 to 12, 14). Notes.

With its sonic fusion, samples, and experimental talent, Odelay takes a massive step back and quickly propels ahead, as if Mellow Gold wasn’t the weirdest thing on his discography. The Midnight Cowboy-esque Devil’s Haircut opens the show, while Where It’s At mixes Napoleon Dynamite synths with a backtrack two turntables and a microphone lyric and catchy tunes. The New Pollution mixes a party with some urban jungle tunes, and Ramshackle gives us a wild closer. All in all, the most sold and successful album Beck has ever produced.

In a completely stark contrast, Beck's album Odelay brings same level of genre hopping neatly cushioned with commerciality. Stylistically, Odelay incorporates both singing and rapping - although the rapping isn't particularly similar to a typical hip hop artist's. It's more similar to just talking than anything specifically rhythmic - this is to no fault though.

Music StyleIndie Rock. Members owning this album13. 4. The New Pollution.

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Odelay is the second major-label studio album (and fourth album overall) recorded by alternative rock artist Beck, originally released June 18, 1996. After the mainstream success of "Loser", Odelay featured several hit singles, including "Where It's At", "Devils Haircut," and "The New Pollution. The album peaked at on the Billboard 200 chart and eventually sold over 2 million copies in the United States.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Devils Haircut
A2 Hotwax
A3 Lord Only Knows
Percussion – Joey WaronkerSongwriter – Beck HansenVocals [Scream] – Mike Millius
A4 The New Pollution
A5 Derelict
A6 Novacane
Drums – Joey Waronker
A7 Jack-Ass
B1 Where It's At
Saxophone – David BrownTrumpet, Organ – Mike Boito
B2 Minus
Drums – Joey WaronkerSongwriter – Beck Hansen
B3 Sissyneck
Organ – Mike BoitoPedal Steel Guitar – Gregory Leisz*
B4 Readymade
B5 High 5 (Rock The Catskills)
Organ – Mike BoitoPercussion – Joey Waronker
B6 Ramshackle
Bass – Charlie HadenPercussion – Joey WaronkerSongwriter – Beck Hansen

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – UMe
  • Distributed By – Universal Music Distribution
  • Manufactured By – Pallas USA
  • Exclusive Retailer – Vinyl Me, Please
  • Pressed By – Schallplattenfabrik Pallas GmbH – 40188
  • Copyright (c) – Geffen Records
  • Recorded At – PCP Labs
  • Recorded At – The Shop
  • Recorded At – Sunset Sound
  • Recorded At – Conway Studios
  • Mixed At – Conway Studios
  • Published By – Youthless
  • Published By – Kobalt Music Publishing
  • Published By – Dust Brothers Music

Credits

  • Lacquer Cut By – BG*
  • Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Slide Guitar, Electric Guitar, Harmonica, Bass, Drums, Percussion, Keyboards [Analog], Electric Piano, Clavinet, Organ, Celesta – Beck Hansen
  • Mastered By – Richard Simpson
  • Mixed By – Beck Hansen (tracks: A1-B5), Brian Paulson (tracks: B2), Mario Caldato Jr. (tracks: B2), Rob Schnapf (tracks: B6), The Dust Brothers (tracks: A1-B1, B3-B5), Tom Rothrock (tracks: B6)
  • Producer – Beck Hansen (tracks: A1-B5), Rob Schnapf (tracks: B6), The Dust Brothers (tracks: A1-B1, B3-B5), Tom Rothrock (tracks: B6)

Notes

2016 exclusive Vinyl Me, Please edition. Small "Vinyl Me, Please EXCLUSIVE PRESSING" sticker on shrinkwrap. Six-panel color insert (mirroring most of content from CD editions' insert) and large "jackass" sticker enclosed.

Recorded in 1994/95 at PCP Labs mixed at Conway Studios, Recorded at G San Studios, The Shop, Sunset Sound and Conway Studios

All songs published by Youthless/Kobalt Music Publishing/Dust Brothers Music ASCAP except B6, A3 & B2 published by Youthless/Kobalt Music Publishing ASCAP

"Devil's Haircut" contains a sample from "Out Of Sight" (James Brown) published by Fort Knox Music BMI, performed by Them, courtesy of the Decca Record Co.; a sample from "Soul Drums" (Bernard Purdie) published by Tenryk Music BMI, performed by Pretty Purdie, courtesy of Sony Music; and elements from "I Can Only Give You Everything" (Philip Coulter/Thomas Scott) published by Carbert Music ASCAP.

"Hotwax" contains a sample from "Song For Aretha" (Bernard Purdie/Horace Ott/Robert Thiele) published by Tenryk Music/Well Made Music BMI, performed by Pretty Purdie; and a sample from "Up On The Hill" (Monk Higgins/Alexandra Brown) published by Special Agent Co./Tippy Music Publishing ASCAP, performed by Monk Higgins & The Specialties, courtesy of Blue Note Records, a division of Capitol Records, Inc.

"Lord Only Knows" contains elements from "Lookout For Lucy" (Mike Millius/Don Thomas) published by Southern Music Publishing Company, Inc. ASCAP performed by Mike Millius, courtesy of MCA Records, Inc.

"The New Pollution" contains a sample from "Venus" (Brad Baker) published by Sonny Lester Music Publishing Co. ASCAP, performed by Joe Thomas, courtesy of LAC Ltd.

"Jack-ass" contains a sample from "It's All Over Now, Baby Blue" (Bob Dylan) published by Special Rider Music SESAC, performed by Them, courtesy of Decca Record Co. Licensed from Exile Productions Limited.

"Where It's At" contains a sample from "Needle To The Groove" (Embden Toure/Khaleel Kirk) published by Hit And Hold Music, Inc. ASCAP, performed by Mantronix, courtesy of Warlock Records.

"Sissyneck" contains elements from "The Moog And Me" (Dick Hyman) published by Eastlake Music, Inc. ASCAP, performed by Dick Hyman, courtesy of MCA Records, Inc. and elements from "A Part Of Me" (Paris/Taylor) published by Zethus Music, administered by Chappell & Co., Inc. ASCAP. All Rights Reserved. Used by permission.

"Readymade" contains excerpts from "Desafinado" (Antonio Carlos Jobim/Newton Mendonca) published by Bendig Music/Carcovado Corp. BMI, performed by Laurindo Almeida And The Bossa Nova All Stars, courtesy of Blue Note Records, a division of Capitol Records, Inc.

"High 5 (Rock The Catskills)" contains elements from "Mr. Cool" (Vincent Willis) published by Cotillion Music Inc./NAP Publishing Co./ Sylheart Publishing Co., administered by Warner Tamerlane Publishing Co., Inc. BMI performed by Rasputin's Stash, courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp., by arrangement with Warner Special Products, Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 602557088427
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): B0025124-01-A-RE1 BG
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): B0025124-01-B-RE1 BG
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A/B, stamped): P. USA -40188-
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DGCD-24823 Beck!* Odelay ‎(CD, Album) DGC, Bong Load Records DGCD-24823 US 1996
UICY-91233 Beck Odelay ‎(CD, Album, RE, SHM) Geffen Records UICY-91233 Japan 2008
B0010262-02 Beck Odelay ‎(CD, Album, RM + CD, Comp + Del) Geffen Records B0010262-02 US 2008
GED2 4926 Beck Odelay ‎(CD, Album) Geffen Records GED2 4926 Mexico 1996
DGCD-24823 Beck!* Odelay ‎(CD, Album, RP) DGC, Bong Load Records DGCD-24823 US Unknown


Reviews (21)
Gaiauaco
This pressing is superb. Nice full, rich sound. A great low end that really rounds out the sound and punchy drums. Quality pressing, no surface noise, centered, flat, no flaws. Great sound on this one. Spacious soundstage, doesn't sound compressed, makes my speakers come alive. Engaging, would reccomend.

Уou ll never walk alone
MEllODrOnE When I first listened to these reissues I didn't think much of them. But I recently upgraded my stylus and preamp and went back and listened to both copies, they both sound exactly the same. I was able to give them both a more detailed listen this time around and there is really no difference between the two. When I first played the black edition, for some reason I thought it sounded just ok but it's actually as good as what I have described above. I've also become a more experienced listener since then, sorry for any confusion! Ah yes, that makes perfect sense. ???? I was actually suspecting before you made your reply that a turntable upgrade was what made all the difference. I've been mulling over the question of which vinyl version of Odelay to buy for a while now and thanks to your insights I now know for sure it's the BG remaster I will pull the trigger on. I'm not surprised, given his reputation, that Mr. Grundman would be able to squeeze so much depth and detail into those tight grooves - and we all know that Odelay is fairly lengthy for a single LP.And no worries! I can definitely relate. I find it interesting to look upon how I myself have gained experience as a listener over the past year - it all happened by chance and its allowed me to more fully appreciate the intricacies of the music I love. Might I add - some vintage records that I didn't really treat as sonically special some 6 or 7 years ago now turn out to sound excellent, spacious and detailed to me, thanks to fresh ears as well as an improved stereo setup.

VAZGINO
When I first listened to these reissues I didn't think much of them. But I recently upgraded my stylus and preamp and went back and listened to both copies, they both sound exactly the same. I was able to give them both a more detailed listen this time around and there is really no difference between the two. When I first played the black edition, for some reason I thought it sounded just ok but it's actually as good as what I have described above. I've also become a more experienced listener since then, sorry for any confusion!

Sermak Light
MEllODrOnE This pressing is superb. Nice full, rich sound. A great low end that really rounds out the sound and punchy drums. Quality pressing, no surface noise, centered, flat, no flaws. Great sound on this one. Spacious soundstage, doesn't sound compressed, makes my speakers come alive. Engaging, would reccomend. Interesting. So you're implying the VMP coloured vinyl sounds BETTER than the 2016 black version derived from the same metalwork and mastering, with the same runout etchings (and I've seen your review of that)? That's something.

Rich Vulture
Lovely reissue. Excellent sound, silent, crackle and pop free pressing with a nice colour. well done, vinyl me please! Others seem to have been unlucky with their copies. At least vmp staff should help you out to get a nice pressing.

Braned
Excellent work all around on this one. really loved the pressing and even tho it's not my favorite Beck release, glad to have it.

Kekinos
Guess I got lucky with my pressing...sounds so much better than the Bongload release.

Uyehuguita
I'd avoid this pressing. My copy is horrible on numerous levels. Skips within first 30 seconds on both side A and B, whole side A has constant surface noise, wax has blatant manufacturing flaws present in numerous spots on side A, edge of the Lp has excess wax hanging off of it and some pieces have come off and adhered to the wax. My whole copy is pretty much a complete shit show. I'll be forced to buy a diff version, this one blows.

Wel
if you hadn't after this post, you should have contacted vinyl me please and asked for a replacement. They're very good about that.

Oparae
My copy is perfectly flat and sounds immaculate. One of the best VMP pressings I've heard, right up there with Broonzy and Four Tet

Xal
Took me three copies before I got a good one.

Endieyab
My copy sounds just dandy. BG mastering and Pallas pressing, doesn't get much better than that. I didn't have any serious issues with surface noise, just the normal occasional occurrences. Besides it's Odelay, surface noise just enhances the music!

Shalizel
Yes, my copy has the same incessant hiss from beginning to end of Side A. Very disappointed in the pressing quality and will be contacting vinylmeplease today for a replacement copy.

Shazel
My LP has a ton of non-stop crackling all across Side A. Others on the VMP forums have had the same issue. Anyone here?

Lianeni
My side A has a ton of surface noise too. Very disappointing

Fordrelis
If your crackling is on Readymade, the song has crackling built into the song. If it's non-stop throughout Side A, that is the defect.

Conjukus
There is some noise present in the recording. Those ninties rapscallions. If you have the constant problem, contact [email protected]

fire dancer
Yeah, on certain songs. I think my crackling is on side B though.

Hystana
Some... not "non-stop" or anything I was too worried about. Played more than once and it cleared up more.

Agalas
This lp was cut by Bernie Grundman, which is nice!

playboy
Exclusive 180gm Vinyl Me Please club pressing, with notes, artwork, and "Vesper" alcoholic drink mix.

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