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One Foot In the Grave (Bonus Track Version)


Download links and information about One Foot In the Grave (Bonus Track Version) by Beck. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 32 tracks with total duration of 01:12:43 minutes.

Artist: Beck
Release date: 2009
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 32
Duration: 01:12:43
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No. Title Length
1. He's a Mighty Good Leader 2:41
2. Sleeping Bag 2:15
3. I Get Lonesome 2:49
4. Burnt Orange Peel 1:38
5. Cyanide Breath Mint 1:37
6. See Water 2:22
7. Ziplock Bag 1:44
8. Hollow Log 1:54
9. Forcefield 3:30
10. Fourteen Rivers Fourteen Floods 2:54
11. A*****e 2:32
12. I've Seen the Land Beyond 1:41
13. Outcome 2:10
14. Girl Dreams 2:04
15. Painted Eyelids 3:06
16. Atmospheric Conditions 2:10
17. It's All In Your Mind (Bonus Track) 2:54
18. Whiskey Can Can (Bonus Track) 2:12
19. Mattress (Bonus Track) 2:31
20. Woe On Me (Bonus Track) 3:10
21. Teenage Wastebasket (Bonus Track) 2:28
22. Your Love Is Weird (Bonus Track) 2:27
23. Favorite Nerve (Bonus Track) 2:05
24. Piss On the Door (Bonus Track) 2:05
25. Close to God (Bonus Track) 2:28
26. Sweet Satan (Bonus Track) 1:45
27. Burning Boyfriend (Bonus Track) 1:12
28. Black Lake Morning (Bonus Track) 2:25
29. Feather In Your Cap (Bonus Track) 1:13
30. One Foot In the Grave (Bonus Track) 3:18
31. Teenage Wastebasket (Bonus Track) 1:27
32. I Get Lonesome (Bonus Track) 1:56



While Beck made a career out of confounding expectations by consistently finding new ways to express himself, juxtaposing genres that no one else seemed able to make fit, he was often at his most effective at his most simple and direct. This acoustic album, recorded before his hit Mellow Gold but released several months after his sudden success, makes the most of his “folk” roots with tunes that mine old blues (“He’s A Mighty Good Leader,” “You Gotta Move,” “Fourteen Rivers Fourteen Floods”) and his own modern sensibilities (“I Get Lonesome,” “A*****e,” later covered by Tom Petty). The deluxe edition presents three previously released cuts including the difficult to find ”It’s All In Your Mind” single, and thirteen previously unreleased cuts that suddenly turn this album into a major, sprawling opus, including “Your Love is Weird,” “Burning Boyfriend” and an alternate take of “I Get Lonesome.” The simple acoustic guitar and vocal presentation, with producer Calvin Johnson adding some backing vocals, has a modern day rustic charm, with only a few sonic manipulations present (“Closer to God”) suggesting Beck’s more studio-enhanced side.