The Red Tree 2XLP
180 gram vinyl
Originally released in June of 1996 to massive acclaim, Beck's second major label album, Odelay, was his chance to prove that he was no one-hit wonder. His major label debut, Mellow Gold, had produced the hit single "Loser," but there was a sense he hadn't quite won over everyone and it was hard to tell exactly who Beck really was. Was he joking? Was he serious? Was he simply some sort of beat-poet novelty act? With Odelay, he enlisted the Dust Brothers, most famous at this point for being behind the boards for the Beastie Boys' 1989 sonic-collage opus Paul's Boutique. Together, they crafted a classic that spun off a string of MTV hits that included "Where It's At," "Devil's Haircut," "Jack-Ass" and "The New Pollution." "Where It's At" went on to win a Grammy for Best Male Rock Vocal and Odelay also won for Best Alternative Music Performances.
1. Devils Haircut
3. Lord Only Knows
4. The New Pollution
8. Where It's At
12. High 5 (Rock the Catskills)
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