℗ 2006 Interscope Records
 

The Information

Beck

Available in 48 kHz / 24-bit AIFF and FLAC audio formats

Billboard 200 - #7, 2006

"... one of the best albums Beck has ever made ..."
- Rolling Stone

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1
Elevator Music
Beck
3:37
2
Think I'm In Love
Beck
3:19
3
Cellphone's Dead
Beck
4:46
4
Strange Apparition
Beck
3:48
5
Soldier Jane
Beck
3:59
6
Nausea
Beck
2:56
7
New Round
Beck
3:26
8
Dark Star
Beck
3:45
9
We Dance Alone
Beck
3:57
10
No Complaints
Beck
3:00
11
1000BPM
Beck
2:29
12
Motorcade
Beck
4:15
13
The Information
Beck
3:46
14
Movie Theme
Beck
3:53
15
The Horrible Fanfare / Landslide / Exoskeleton
Beck
10:37
Total Playing Time    61:33
"... Beck’s gone electro. And it’s brilliant ... this is an artist genuinely using technology as a tool of exploration, not just buggering around with electronics to pass the time before the next tour."
- NME

Beck's 2006 release, produced by Nigel Godrich (Radiohead) once again showcases new, experimental sounds. Beck has said that Godrich wanted The Information to be a hip-hop album and indeed there are hip-hop elements helping bridge the gap between this and Beck's earlier efforts.
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