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"Peaches and Cream," is an interection between Prince's "Rasperry Beret" and kitch American advertising ideal. And it works in its repititions and scope. "Beautiful Way," obviously the best track on this album, is a folksy/traintrack-bluesy/post-woodstock track and could best be compared to the best song Beck ever wrote, "Nobody's Fault but My Own." It is a sad and rolling track about a girl going insane and destroying her life.
My personal favorite on the album is a track called "Debra," a 70s suburban love song again with a touch of Prince falsetto. (I want to get with you/ only you/ and your sister/ I think her name's Debra?) Overall, this album may seem a little less inspired and free than Odelay, but it is still better than anything that is out there now.
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This is my favorite Beck album, and by far the one I listen to the most. There are quite a few negative reviews, basically saying this isn't Odelay, or Guero. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Louis A Schwartz
Upon revisiting Midnite Vultures, I couldn't help but think that if this was re-released today there would be a few "summer hits" on this record. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Melba Toast
Perhaps the best Prince album ever that isn't by Prince. A terrific sonic homage to that funky, amazing 90s period of funk-based R&B, with just enough of the Beck feel to keep his... Read morePublished 12 months ago by W. W. Spurgeon
A strange and fascinating blend of different vocal style, strange musical sampling and an ecclectic mix of off-the-wall instrumentation and utterly nonsensical lyrics... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Amazon Customer
Underrated, underappreciated, and definitely not listened to enough, this album is still at least 10 years ahead of its time. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Aaron Conrad