Baker’s new album is a truly bizarre car business perfect


If the man was eliminated tomorrow afternoon, baker would still put the “psalm” rhyming into the microphone of a studio that night. He can survive – any trend, any time, any experiment, a hub of any industry. Although all logic, though he since the “loser” in 1994, baker is not in the Billboard hot 100 top 10 songs, does not publish since 1996 Odelay platinum album, still more than 20 years. But at least in terms of praise, baker reached a career peak in 2015 and won the grammy for album of the year because of his beautiful and downy morning. Strangely, he was leading his sea change that day, and he was simultaneously making another super-caffeinated lab, the music album. This is a music multitasking, which can only be as dexterous as beck’s.
In 2013, a year before he released the “morning phase,” baker began working on color. What part of baker’s brain is he making these two opposites? In any case, he first released the correct song, accompanied by the duller of the grammys, who created the perfect stage for “color”. With the success of his previous album, Beck has now turned his next release into a financial success.

And the color is exactly this album. This is a collection of songs for target ads. This is baker, 47, trying his best to reach the top of the Billboard Hot 100. In the four years since he started working, color sounds like every moment he’s in the studio, probably thriving – a kaleidoscope of minimalist bubble gum. Working with producer Greg Kurstin, the pop spirit includes Adele, Kelly Clarkson, Sia, Ellie Goulding and Lily Allen- Beck.
“Color” has a “loser” all popular 100 potential, this is a troubled album, one hundred percent effort to try, than from baker’s only twenty years ago a major failure one hundred percent of self-deprecation. At least in diva’s mode, Beck hasn’t lost his eerie, pan, digital descent and snarling, and this is just an ambitious journey single “wow.” Elsewhere, Beck was equally happy and eccentric. “Dear life” is the cartoon posters that “hang there” instead of McCartney’s piano music. In the “I’m so free” – a rock singer, alternating with a fragile riff a chorus and baker, he happily said firmly, “no one will let me down”, “I’m so free. The best life, beck, is obviously no one, and nothing can stop you from that.


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