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Originally famous for his 90s hit "Loser," this L.A, Native has continued making music and is on tour right now for his new album Morning Phases. With unique instrumentation and original lyrics that have been compared to the great, Bob Dylan, Beck's postpunk-acoustic country blues sound will leave a taste in your mouth that you love, but that you've never quite had before.

Alt-everything musician Beck has been an influential, creative force for two decades and counting.

What Beck Was Thinking Back in 2007?

We've all been witness to an incredible musical transformation from Beck over these past fourteen years and eight or so albums. The once painfully ironic pop art provocateur and dead-end beatnik of the "Loser" days is now a fully developed, pretty un-ironic grown up who sings about similar subjects, but with a much different point of view. Modern Guilt - produced by Dangermouse - will probably make you recall several of Beck's "periods".

Beck has done so much in his career, it really isn't fair to compare every new album he releases to Odelay or Mellow Gold, so let's just say that his latest - The Information - sounds like "classic" Beck. There's not a bad song on this record, and there's lots of good ones.

‘Guero’ is a wonderfully creative work that straddles the line between the mature sophistication of 1998’s ‘Mutations’ and the beat-driven excitement of his classic ‘Odelay’.

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