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    Nizshura

    6 years ago

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    It's All in Your Mind Lyrics: Well it's all in your mind / It's all in your mind / Well it's all in your mind / And I wanted to be / I wanted to be / Wanted to be your good friend / Well I cannot.
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    Grokasa

    6 years ago

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    One Foot in the Grave is the third independent studio album and fourth overall by American alternative rock musician Beck, released in June on K Records, an independent blogomdercomphearthtic.matnavithowawhocotacomppumobath.co was recorded prior to the release of Mellow Gold, but was not released until after that album had met critical and commercial success. One Foot in the Grave shows a strong lo-fi and folk influence, and features Genre: Anti-folk, indie rock, lo-fi, alternative country.
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    Ducage

    6 years ago

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    Jun 02,  · U.S. double vinyl LP pressing. Expanded 15th Anniversary edition of the Pop/Rock uber-genius' album including 16 bonus tracks (13 of them previously unreleased). Bonus tracks include cuts from the rare 'It's All In Your Mind' single/5(88).
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    Taulkree

    6 years ago

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    Track listing Side A He's a Mighty Good Leader Sleeping Bag I Get Lonesome Burnt Orange Peel Cyanide Breath Mint See Water Ziplock Bag Hollow Log Forcefield Side B Fourteen Rivers Fourteen Floods Asshole I've Seen the Land Beyond Outcome Girl Dreams Painted Eyelids Atmospheric Conditions Disc 2 Side A Its All In Your M.
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    Vuktilar

    6 years ago

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of One Foot In The Grave on Discogs/5(3).
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    Gashakar

    6 years ago

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    referencing One Foot In The Grave (Expanded Edition), 2xLP, Album, RE, B Beck is one of those strange musicians that just happens to be hated by critics sometimes because of either the popularity of his commercially-successful music, or how much they hate earlier albums like this one.
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    Doshura

    6 years ago

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    The prolific Beck Hansen had an extremely productive , even by his own fertile standards: One Foot in The Grave was one of three albums he released that year, the other two being Stereopathic Soulmanure – an odd hotch-potch, to say the least – and the dirgey, snarling Mellow Gold, Odelay’s spiritual predecessor.. This, however, was something else entirely.
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    Vudojar

    6 years ago

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    If you've bit purchased this album yet - I would listen to some of the tracks first on YouTube or some other streaming site to get a flavour of the album before making you're mind up whether or not to purchase the cd, but in closing this review - I find a lot of the tracks on this cd very relaxing - so if it's a Beck chillout cd you want - then /5(95).