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Otherwise known as the artist that can do no wrong, or this generations answer to Brian Wilson, Beck surprisingly launched himself straight to the top of everyone’s Album of the Year lists with his latest release, the simply titled Colors. I dig the way Consequence of Sound describes it: “Colors is Beck’s most plainly listenable record in years, and it doesn’t sound like a pallid rehash of any other Beck album, which is a plus. It’s genuinely hard to tell what it’s aiming for, what with the jaunty Elliott Smith piano on “Dear Life” one track and wonky-era future-Western synths on “Wow” another, but its just under 40 minutes go by more briskly than anything else he’s ever made, and you’ll look up about half the time to see what a track is called.”
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