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BeckOne Foot In The Grave

Genre:Rock
Style:Folk Rock, Acoustic, Lo-Fi
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Tracklist

He's A Mighty Good Leader
Sleeping Bag
I Get Lonesome
Burnt Orange Peel
Cyanide Breath Mint
See Water
Ziplock Bag
Hollow Log
Forcefield
Fourteen Rivers Fourteen Floods
Asshole
I've Seen The Land Beyond
Outcome
Girl Dreams
Painted Eyelids
Atmospheric Conditions

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    Cover of One Foot In The Grave, 1994-06-27, CDOne Foot In The Grave
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    Cover of One Foot In The Grave, 1994, CassetteOne Foot In The Grave
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    Cover of One Foot In The Grave, 1994, CDOne Foot In The Grave
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    Cover of One Foot In The Grave, 1994-06-27, VinylOne Foot In The Grave
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    Cover of One Foot In The Grave, 1994-06-27, CDOne Foot In The Grave
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    Cover of One Foot In The Grave, 1994, CassetteOne Foot In The Grave
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    K – KLP 28US1994US1994
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    Cover of One Foot In The Grave, 1994, CDOne Foot In The Grave
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    K – KLP 28UK1994UK1994
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    Cover of One Foot In The Grave, 1994, CDOne Foot In The Grave
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    K – KLP 28US1994US1994
    Cover of One Foot In The Grave, 1994, CassetteOne Foot In The Grave
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    Music World (2) – 151Russia1994Russia1994
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    Cover of One Foot In The Grave, 1994-06-27, CDOne Foot In The Grave
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    K – KLP 28US1994US1994
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    Cover of One Foot In The Grave, 1996-08-23, CDOne Foot In The Grave
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    K – KLP 28, Rebel Beat Factory – RBFK-2019Japan1996Japan1996
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    Rebel Beat Factory – RBFK-2019Japan1996Japan1996
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    Cover of One Foot In The Grave, 1997, VinylOne Foot In The Grave
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    K – KLP 28US1997US1997
    Cover of One Foot In The Grave, 2001, VinylOne Foot In The Grave
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    K – KLP 28US2001US2001
    Cover of One Foot In The Grave, 2002-12-12, CDOne Foot In The Grave
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    7 e.p. – epcd 006Japan2002Japan2002
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    Cover of One Foot In The Grave, 2009, CDrOne Foot In The Grave
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    XL Recordings – XLCD 443UK2009UK2009
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    Cover of One Foot In The Grave (Expanded Edition), 2009-06-02, VinylOne Foot In The Grave (Expanded Edition)
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    K – B0012829-01, Iliad – B0012829-01, Geffen Records – B0012829-01
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    Cover of One Foot In The Grave, 2009, VinylOne Foot In The Grave
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    Cover of One Foot In The Grave (Expanded Edition), 2009-06-01, CDOne Foot In The Grave (Expanded Edition)
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    Europe2009Europe2009
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    Cover of One Foot In The Grave (Expanded Edition), 2009, CDOne Foot In The Grave (Expanded Edition)
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    US2009US2009
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    Cover of One Foot In The Grave - Expanded Edition, 2009, CDOne Foot In The Grave - Expanded Edition
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    Cover of One Foot In The Grave, 2009, CDOne Foot In The Grave
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    Soyuz Music – XLCD 443, XL Recordings – XLCD 443, Iliad – XLCD 443, K – XLCD 443
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    Cover of One Foot In The Grave - Expanded Edition, 2009, CDOne Foot In The Grave - Expanded Edition
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    Cover of One Foot In The Grave (Deluxe Reissue), 2009-04-14, FileOne Foot In The Grave (Deluxe Reissue)
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    Iliad – none20092009
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    Cover of One Foot In The Grave, 2009, CDrOne Foot In The Grave
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    Cover of One Foot In The Grave (Expanded Edition), 2009, CDOne Foot In The Grave (Expanded Edition)
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    Cover of One Foot In The Grave, , CDOne Foot In The Grave
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    Cinram, Richmond Pressing
    K – KLP 28USUS
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    Cover of One Foot In The Grave/Mirrorball, , CDOne Foot In The Grave/Mirrorball
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    Cover of One Foot In The Grave, , CDOne Foot In The Grave
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    Reviews

    • jbanjo's avatar
      jbanjo
      The mastering does change the vibe a bit but it's cool to hear all the instruments and voices crystal clear and the wax is dead quiet.
      The extra tracks are great. It's like having a whole new one foot era beck album to discover.
      I'm having a great time listening to this.
      • jbanjo's avatar
        jbanjo
        The mastering does change the vibe a bit but it's cool to hear all the instruments and voices crystal clear and the wax is dead quiet.
        The extra tracks are great. It's like having a whole new one foot era beck album to discover.
        I'm having a great time listening to this.
        • twoarmedscissor's avatar
          if not for Burnt Orange Peel and Ziploc Bag, this would be a perfect album in my book. those two kill the entire vibe. should've either been on their own 7" or a different album.
          • aubauzhitou's avatar
            aubauzhitou
            does the real sleeve look as bad as on that photo?
            • xbrettiex's avatar
              xbrettiex
              I don't think it is really brown, it is just what K used during that time... nearly all their records were pressed like that.
              • sharpshootingllama's avatar
                One of my all time favorite albums. I don't like the remaster on this version. The bonus tracks are great so I'm going to keep it, but I have an original copy too for when I want to play the regular album. Whoever remastered it missed the point and the charm of the original.
                • JBurns999
                  How the hell did this come to be? Genuinely curious.
                  • shawarmaboyofficial's avatar
                    Beck is one of those strange musicians that just happens to be hated by critics sometimes because of either the popularity of his commercially-successful music, or how much they hate earlier albums like this one. But, with negative reviews of this album and some of his earlier lo-fi indie work, I've noticed that they all follow a pattern of stuff like "The quality is low" or "These songs don't have meaning!" or, "Not enough aesthetic!". Well, the thing about his music is that it's something more of a feeling. Yes sometimes the lyrics don't make sense, or there might not be enough sound in a song, but why is that any reason to say it's bad? Songs on this album like "Hollow Log", "Cyanide Breath Mint" and "Fourteen River, Fourteen Floods" only have acoustic guitar for the most part. I say, for this kind of weird experimental anti-folk, there's really no position to compare it to other music and say it's bad because it doesn't follow the standards of the norm. Beck was selling millions of copies of "Mellow Gold" with his new hit single "Loser", and he still had the audacity to release something like this afterwards on a small indie record label. Well, why would he do that? Because although his style was commercially appealing at the time in the aspect of his Mellow Gold style, the intention of his style on this album and other earlier albums wasn't to keep his sudden success going, Some of these songs are songs he wrote a LONG time before he was famous, he had been playing "Hollow Log" and "Woe On Me" (formerly known as "Feel the Strain of Sorrow Never Cease") ever since he was making silly little tape demos for his mom and playing radio stations. He obviously knew that these songs weren't going to be loved by critics. He released them simply because these songs come from the heart, were weird and folky sounding, and are good not in the aspect of commercial music at the time and the success he had, but in the aspect of what these songs mean after listening to them and feeling them. This album is wonderful simply because of that aspect, which a lot of music critics can't bother to look into. Music falling under indie genres like this don't get enough credit.
                    • jforrest1980's avatar
                      jforrest1980
                      This Back to Black vinyl is awesome quality! I absolutely love this album, it is Beck's best in my opinion by far, and this release does it justice. The extra tracks are a great bonus, and just another reason to pick this album up! If you are a Beck fan, and love this album like I do, this is the version for you!
                      • minimum_riffage's avatar
                        I know I'm pretty much alone in this opinion, but I believe this album to be the best thing Beck has ever done. Keep in mind, I haven't heard anything since Midnite Vultures. Should I really bother though? That was a pretty crappy album. I mean, how many people bothered to pick up any Beach Boys albums after they heard Smiley Smile? I rest my case. Anyway, I love this album and wish he had done four more just like it.

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