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  • CD (2 mars 2009)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Capitol
  • ASIN : B000033JZU
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
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  1. Sexx laws
  2. Nicotine & gravy
  3. Mixed bizness
  4. Get real paid
  5. Hollywood freaks
  6. Peaches & cream
  7. Broken train
  8. Milk & honey
  9. Beautiful way
  10. Pressure zone
  11. Debra/untitled hidden track

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BECK Midnite Vultures (1999 UK 11-track CD album including the singles Sexx Laws and Mixed Bizness picture sleeve)


Beck est un drôle de zigue. Qui d'autre que ce génial géo-trouvetou du bricolage tous azimuts sait mieux que lui mixer les influences et passer d'un style à l'autre dans un invraisemblable coq à l'âne qui jamais ne lasse ? Personne ! Car Beck est le roi de la brocante, le king de la pagaille insolente. De la country au hip hop, il sait tout faire : Hank Williams sur One Foot In The Grave ou les Beastie Boys sur Odelay, qui dit mieux Avec ces Midnite Vultures, Beck déboule à Paisley Park et s'invite à la table de Prince, histoire de montrer au p'tit Nelson qui est le patron ! Trêve de plaisanterie, Beck est un fan du nain de Minneapolis et sa prouesse consiste à faire aussi bien que le maître dans ses meilleurs jours. Un doute ? Ruez-vous sur "Debra" et "Peaches & Cream" et vous ne pourrez que vous rendre à l'évidence : s'il est un caméléon chez qui le plagiat devient un art de haute voltige, c'est bien Beck ! --Philippe Robert

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Très bon album, très sympa !

A écouter aussi bien pour se donner la pêche que pour se détendre !
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Vous croyiez que les boites a rythmes des annees 80 etaient definitivement abandonnees, que les sons de synthe post atari ST ne pourraient plus jamais etre graves sur n'importe quelle support. Erreur! De sa cuisine californienne, Beck nous a compose une galette pleine d'humour et de references aux annees 80, le brillo en plus. Un disque/hommage qu'on peut ne pas prendre au serieux mais qu'il faut ne pas oublier en soiree.
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HASH(0xa1694c00) étoiles sur 5 Beck gets it on the money! 8 décembre 1999
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The new Beck album is perfect. It's gorgeous. It's a delight. Do I sound hyperbolic? Or just plain hyper? "Midnite Vultures" has restored my faith in pop. Beck, I could pinch your cheek, you gangly, goony freak. What's so great about "Midnite Vultures"? "Sexx Laws", the disc's first cut, kicks out the jams all funky like, proving for a blue-eyed blond, Beck is super fly. In fact, only Prince, or the Artist Formerly Known As That Squiggly Symbol, rivals Beck in sheer funkability. Drawing from classic 1970s soul and R&B, as well as organ-tinged '60s kitsch, "Midnite Vultures" is full of homage -and irony. But not for one second does it sound derivative. How does Beck pull it off? By incorporating awesome horn blasts and go-go dancin' riffs Freaky banjo pickin' and hilarious lyrics. If "Nicotine & Gravy" doesn't bust your gut, you're dead. Then comes "Peaches & Cream", a sultry soul gem with nasty background vocals the likes of which you haven't heard since Squiggle Symbol ditched the Revolution. Or the New Power Generation. Whichever. Listen to Beck's homage to the Isleys and Barry White on the slo-jam "Debra". Hear Beck do a right-on falsetto. (Where did THAT come from?) And girl, you better step inside his Hyundai, when Beck asks you. This guy means LOVE. Oh, Beck, thank you. I needed "Midnite Vultures". We all did. Go on with your bad self. 5 STARS!
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HASH(0xa16a8f78) étoiles sur 5 Beck's 70s Dance Party! (Kind of) 23 novembre 1999
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Beck's new album, Midnite Vultures is on the whole a differnt bird than his other works so far. If you liked Odelay's aural brilliance and experiementation, Midnite Vultures will either shock you pleasantly or seem a little overworked and obscure. The opening track, "SEXX Laws," is a gassed up torent of 70s brass and big stage antics that gives a b-slap to all that voodoo daddy nonsense. "Hollywood Freaks," a blistering satire/homage to the modern R&B scene post-Puff Daddy comes off as playfull and has a nice groove.
"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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HASH(0xa172c918) étoiles sur 5 Motown Porn Groove on the Good Ship menage a trois 29 novembre 1999
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Never before have I bought an album and been quite so blown away (save for Nine Inch Nails "The Fragile" or Self's "Breakfast with Girls"). This "official" follow-up to the Grammy winning "Odelay" is more than just a follow-up...it is the reigning king in the Beck repertoire. This album combines soulful motown loops with a sexy groove, and of course, is complete with the quirky ingenuity that is Beck. The CD begins with the brilliant "Sexxlaws", and continues to pound away with "Nicotine and Gravy". And if you think that the CD climaxes too early with "Mixed Bizness", then you haven't listened to the rest of the album. After an early 80s throwback ("Get Real Paid") and an homage to Puffy Style Rap ("Hlwd. Freaks"), he shines through with the remaining tracks (most notably "Peaches and Cream", "Milk & Honey", and "Pressure Zone"). The CD culminates with the silky-smooth "Debra" which drives the CD to a smart close, and pushes Beck's falsetto in a Prince-esque ode to the threesome. Overall, this disc is a must have for anyone who is looking for good music in this age of prefab rockers that couldn't write their way out of a musical hole in the ground.
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HASH(0xa1626dec) étoiles sur 5 More surprises from a musical chameleon 2 décembre 1999
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I'm very envious of Beck and his freedom as an artist. "Mutations" absolutely blew me away and remains a staple in my CD player. "Midnight Vultures" displays more of Beck's irreverent lyrics and deft songwriting style, with more of an unbridled glee and jump-about thrill. The last five songs on the album are the real treat here, but the album unfolds much better than "Odelay" (which, as much of a Beck fan as I am...I could never appreciate). Highly recommended.
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HASH(0xa17dcd80) étoiles sur 5 he's done it again! 30 novembre 1999
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Critic's rating: * * * * * Album: Midnite Vultures Label: Geffen Records Type of music: who knows? Beck has done it again! : Beck is one of those amazing artists that can jump from genre to genre and still maintain his likability and style. He's been working hard for the past year, releasing two albums within 12 months of each other. His material has always been unique and fun. In "Mellowgold" he grabbed a folksy alternative audience, in "Odelay" he combined nearly every style of music into an alternative rock masterpiece, in "Mutations" he went back to a Dylan-ish folksy style, and now with "Midnite Vultures," he's continuing his trademark style and substance. "Midnite Vultures" takes a trip back to some of his "Odelay" material, but with more of a 70's groove and a funky sound. I was actually a bit worried about this album when Beck said that it was going to be a party album, but after listening to the CD a few times, I now have 11 new favorite songs. None of the songs disappointed me and there is always something new to find. Most of the songs start out with a 70's sound and gradually morph into more unusual styles like funk, rap, techno, alternative, jazz, and even bluegrass. His weirdness doesn't overwhelm you, and the album's lyrics are funny and twisted. Best Songs: While all of the songs are excellently strange, a few really stick out as my favorites. Quite possibly the best song and also this album's first single, "Sexx Laws" starts the CD with an upbeat funk/swing/motown sound. Also in that same vein is the song "Mixed Bizness" which has a great 70's groove that makes you want to dance and a wild funk guitar playing throughout. "Pressure Zone" is one of the more alternative/rock songs on the CD with wild sound effects and a driving guitar and piano pounding during the chorus. The song "Beautiful Way" takes a trip back to Beck's more folksy material and feels like an extra from "Mutations". Weird, man: Beck continues his pervasive weirdness with nonsensical lyrics such as, "I'm mixing business with leather/ Christmas with heather/ Freaks flock together/ and make all of the b-boys scream." One of the songs that highlights his bizarre sense of humor is the song "Debra" that has some of the funniest lyrics from any Beck album. Downsides: Sorry to inform you, but there aren't any. Overall: Beck just can't seem to make a wrong move. He keeps warping, testing, and redefining his style and it always works out. I don't care what type of music you like or don't like, you should buy this CD. Beck is always worth the investment.
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