Loser" is a song by American musician Beck. It was written by Beck and record producer Carl Stephenson, who both produced the song with Tom Rothrock. Loser" was initially released as Beck's second single by independent record label Bong Load Custom Records on 12" vinyl format with catalogue number BL5 on March 8, 1993.
from the album Mellow Gold. A 23-second sample of "Loser" from Beck's 1994 album Mellow Gold, from the middle of the song's first verse to the chorus. Problems playing this file? See media help. Described as an alternative rock and abstract hip hop song, "Loser" is influenced by blues, hip hop, and folk. Beck acknowledged the impact of folk on the song, saying "I'd realized that a lot of what folk music is about taking a tradition and reflecting your own time.
According to him, the line that became the song’s chorus originated because I thought, ‘Man, I’m the worst rapper in the world, I’m just a loser. So I started singing ‘I’m a loser baby, so why don’t you kill m. "Loser" Track Info. Written By Karl Stephenson & Beck. Mixing Engineer Tom Rothrock & Rob Schnapf. Mastering Engineer Stephen Marcussen.
Loser" was Beck's first single for Geffen Records. The song was released from the 1994 album "Mellow Gold" & hit on the American charts. Although this was Beck's third studio album, it was his first on a major label. According to the Loser Songfacts, Beck got the idea for this from his friend who always called him "Loser. Beck decided to write it into a chorus of a song as a joke. Pay No Mind (Snoozer). Whiskeyclone, Hotel City 1997.
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Beck got the idea for this song from his friend who always called him "Loser. He didn't think anything would ever come of it. Beck recorded this in 1993 after the owner of Bongload Records spotted him in Los Angeles and offered him some studio time. Beck was broke at the time and playing local coffeehouses to make a living. Alternative and college radio stations in the Los Angeles area started playing this, which prompted Geffen Records to sign Beck
1. Loser (LP version). 4. Soul Suckin Jerk (Reject). Other productions from Beck.