Beck – Guero (2005/2016) [FLAC 24bit, 96 kHz]

Beck - Guero (2005/2016) [FLAC 24bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Beck
Album: Guero
Genre: Alternative Rock
Release Date: 2005/2016
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 49:56
Total Tracks: 13
Total Size: 1,05 GB


1. Beck – E-Pro (03:22)
2. Beck – Que’ Onda Guero (03:29)
3. Beck – Girl (03:29)
4. Beck – Missing (04:43)
5. Beck – Black Tambourine (02:47)
6. Beck – Earthquake Weather (04:26)
7. Beck – Hell Yes (03:17)
8. Beck – Broken Drum (04:29)
9. Beck – Scarecrow (04:15)
10. Beck – Go It Alone (04:08)
11. Beck – Farewell Ride (04:18)
12. Beck – Rental Car (03:06)
13. Beck – Emergency Exit (04:01)


On 2005’s Guero, Beck reunited with the Dust Brothers, the production team behind his benchmark 1996 release Odelay. The magic repeated itself, yielding Beck’s highest charting US album, a debut at number two.”Four Stars … sounds instantly Beck-like … Guero’s easy, confident flow makes it easy to underrate but, despite his reputation as a slacker, Beck’s biggest weakness has always been trying too hard. It’s good to hear him so happy in his own clothes.” – The Guardian

“… Guero is, thankfully, alive and frisky. It’s his most inviting, least off-putting work in years. Since both his old hip-hop beats and former collaborators the Dust Brothers are back, it’s tempting to call the album a return to the land of Odelay. But it’s more than that … the first record on which the many moods and sides of Beck coexist and it’s about time … manages to be simultaneously familiar and new … also has a slightly broader emotional range than past records … A-.” – Entertainment Weekly

“Four Stars … he returns to what he does best, hopping from genre to genre, hustling for scraps of beat and rhyme … his liveliest and jumpiest music in years … the first record since Odelay where Beck mixes up the medicine the way he did in his ’90s prime … we get stun gun rock guitar … cracked country blues … psychedelic bossa nova … goth atmospherics … and laid-back fire hydrant ’70s R&B … Beck isn’t trying to replicate what he did 10 years ago; instead, on Guerohe finds a way to revitalize his musical imagination …” – Rolling Stone

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