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You Had It Coming


Download links and information about You Had It Coming by Jeff Beck. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 35:46 minutes.

Artist: Jeff Beck
Release date: 2001
Genre: Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop
Tracks: 10
Duration: 35:46
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No. Title Length
1. Earthquake 3:17
2. Roy's Toy 3:35
3. Dirty Mind 3:49
4. Rollin' and Tumblin' 3:10
5. Nadia 3:50
6. Loose Cannon 5:16
7. Rosebud 3:42
8. Left Hook 4:20
9. Blackbird 1:27
10. Suspension 3:20



Jeff Beck returns two years after the ten-years-in-the-making Who Else?, and You Had It Coming isn't surprising just for its rapidity, but for its music. From the moment the electronicized, post-rave beats of "Earthquake" kick off the record, it's clear that Beck isn't content to stay in place — he's trying to adapt to the modern world. To a certain extent, this isn't an entirely new phenomenon, since each of his records is clearly, inextricably of its time, from the crunching metal of Truth through the breezy jazz fusion of Blow By Blow to the modernized album rock of Guitar Shop. This is just another side of that, as Beck works with electronic music, both noisy and new age introspective. It's a bit clever, actually, since Beck's playing has always been otherworldly, dipping, bending, and sounding like anything other than a normal guitar. The problem is, when he's surrounded by lockstep, processed beats and gurgling synths, his guitar doesn't leap to the forefront and capture attention the way it does on his best recordings. Still, there's something to be said for the effort, because even if it doesn't sound like a Beck record, it isn't a bad record, and it's certainly a helluva lot more successful than Clapton's similar forays into these waters. Besides, knowing that he knocked this out so quickly makes it a little endearing.