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According to party line, neither Beck nor Geffen ever intended Mutations to be considered as the official follow-up to Odelay, his Grammy-winning breakthrough. It was more like One Foot in the Grave, designed to be an off-kilter, subdued collection of acoustic-based songs pitched halfway between psychedelic country blues and lo-fi folk. The presence of producer Nigel Godrich, the man who helmed Radiohead's acclaimed OK Computer, makes such claims dubious. Godrich is not a slick producer, but he's no Calvin Johnson… read more



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  • Avatar for Helawolf
    Second favorite behind Odelay.
  • Avatar for perfektionismus
    This is incredibly bad.
  • Avatar for SimonePerrota
    Nice to see all the praise. This is my favorite Back album. Accessible for all the right reasons.
  • Avatar for XDRory
    There are many days where I prefer this to Sea Change. I definitely prefer it to Morning Phase.
  • Avatar for WickedProphet
    absolutely outstanding piece of work in its entirety. [2] So underrated, his writing here is top notch.
  • Avatar for JuliaAurea
    underrated album [5] which needs more love indeed and is perfect the way it is [2] absolutely outstanding piece of work in its entirety.
  • Avatar for MartianReaper
    underrated album [4] my favorite Beck release
  • Avatar for mordwyr
    I love this album! Always have.
  • Avatar for WickedProphet
    underrated album [2]
  • Avatar for Offino
    this record made my life!

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