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  • Performer: Beck
  • Title: Guero
  • Genre: Rock
  • Country: US
  • Formats: AC3 DXD MP1 MOD WMA VOX MPC
  • Released: 2016
  • Style: Alternative Rock
  • MP3 album: 1844 mb
  • FLAC album: 1521 mb
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 130
Beck - Guero album FLAC

The discography of Beck, an American rock musician, singer-songwriter, record producer and t, consists of 13 studio albums, one compilation album, one remix album, three extended plays (EPs) and 45 singles.

Released March 29, 2005. 2. Qué Onda Guero Lyrics. With a powerful grunge-metal feel on the opener, Guero has a little more alternative rock than it’s sampled Odelay formula. Cooked inside from the times living in a Mexican district in Los Angeles, Beck grunges out a hardcore guitar riff on the tape-delayed E-Pro, raps out on Que' Onda Guero?, gives out on the sampled Hell Yes, strums on Girl and Missing, and plays a Latin percussion-based guitar hook on Black Tambourine. It’s no wonder why you are so hooked on this.

Label Interscope Records.

Listen free to Beck – Guero (E-Pro, Qué Onda Guero and more). Guero was released in March 2005, Beck's 6th full length album. It reached on the Billboard charts and resulted in his best week ever for sales and charts. Guero features a collaboration with Jack White and is focused on his home town in . The cover art was done by Canadian artist Marcel Dzama.

More albums from Beck: Don’t Get Bent Out Of Shape by Beck. Morning Phase by Beck. The Information by Beck. Stereopathetic Soulmanure by Beck. View all albums . Guero.

版公司 Interscope Records.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 E-Pro
Programmed By [Beats] – The Dust BrothersVocals, Guitar, Bass – BeckWritten-By [Co-written By] – Beastie Boys
A2 Qué Onda Guero
Programmed By [Beats] – The Dust BrothersSounds [Additional Sounds] – Charlie CapenVocals, Sounds [Additional Sounds] – BeckVoice [Dude] – Paolo Diaz
A3 Girl
Programmed By [Beats] – The Dust BrothersVocals, Guitar, Slide Guitar, Bass, Programmed By [Intro Programming] – Beck
A4 Missing
Arranged By [Strings Arranged By] – Beck, David CampbellBass – Sean DavisProgrammed By [Beats] – The Dust BrothersVocals, Percussion – BeckWritten-By [Co-written By] – Carlos Eduardo Lyra*, Marcos Vinicus de Moraes*
A5 Black Tambourine
Programmed By [Beats] – The Dust BrothersVocals, Bass, Guitar, Tambourine – BeckWritten-By [Co-written By] – Eugene Blacknell
A6 Earthquake Weather
Bass – Justin Meldal-JohnsenClavinet – Roger Joseph Manning Jr.Drums – Joey WaronkerElectric Guitar – Smokey HormelOrgan – Money MarkProgrammed By [Beats] – The Dust BrothersVocals, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – BeckWritten-By [Co-written By] – Daniel Webster*, Mark Adams, Mark Hicks, Steve Washington*
B1 Hell Yes
Programmed By [Beats] – The Dust BrothersVocals, Bass, Harmonica, Vocoder – BeckVoice [Girl] – Kurisuti-na
B2 Broken Drum
Vocals, Piano, Bass, Acoustic Guitar, Celesta, Drums, Programmed By [Beats] – Beck
B3 Scarecrow
Vocals, Harmonica, Guitar, Bass – Beck
B4 Go It Alone
Bass – Jack White Programmed By [Beats], Handclaps – The Dust BrothersVocals, Guitar, Keyboards, Handclaps – BeckWritten-By [Co-written By] – Jack White
B5 Farewell Ride
Vocals, Slide Guitar, Percussion, Kalimba, Piano, Programmed By [Beats] – Beck
B6 Rental Car
Bass, Guitar [Guitar Sounds] – Justin Meldal-JohnsenClavinet – Roger Joseph Manning Jr.Programmed By [Beats] – The Dust BrothersVocals – Petra HadenVocals, Electric Guitar, Bass, Twelve-String Guitar [12-String Acoustic], Percussion, Handclaps – Beck
B7 Emergency Exit
Arranged By [Strings Arranged By] – Beck, David CampbellVocals, Slide Guitar, Bass, Handclaps, Percussion [Stomp], Twelve-String Guitar, Percussion – Beck

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Interscope Records
  • Copyright (c) – Interscope Records
  • Distributed By – Universal Music Distribution
  • Produced At – The Boat
  • Produced At – Mad Hatter Studios
  • Produced At – Sunset Sound Factory
  • Recorded At – The Boat
  • Recorded At – Mad Hatter Studios
  • Recorded At – Sunset Sound Factory
  • Mixed At – The Boat
  • Mixed At – Mad Hatter Studios
  • Mixed At – Sunset Sound Factory
  • Published By – Youthless
  • Published By – Kobalt Music Publishing
  • Published By – Dust Brothers Music
  • Published By – Universal Music Corp.
  • Published By – Brooklyn Dust Music
  • Published By – Universal - Polygram International Publishing, Inc.
  • Published By – Careers-BMG Music Publishing, Inc.
  • Published By – Guanabara Music Co.
  • Published By – Memory Lane Music Corp.
  • Published By – Be Love Publishing Company
  • Published By – Cotillion Music, Inc.
  • Published By – Peppermint Stripe Music
  • Mastered At – Golden Mastering
  • Manufactured By – Pallas USA
  • Pressed By – Pallas – 40809


  • A&R – Mark Williams
  • Art Direction, Design – Beck, Kevin Reagan
  • Artwork [Additional Art], Layout [Front Cover Layout] – Adam Levite
  • Artwork [All Artwork] – Marcel Dzama
  • Engineer – Danny Kalb (tracks: A1 to B1, B3, B4, B6, B7)
  • Engineer [Assistant Engineer] – Jason Mott (tracks: B2, B5)
  • Engineer [Assistant Engineers] – Mark Branch (tracks: A1 to B1, B3, B4, B6, B7), Mike Laza (tracks: A1 to B1, B3, B4, B6, B7)
  • Engineer [Mix Engineer] – Dan Grech Marguerat* (tracks: A3)
  • Legal – Jill Berliner
  • Lyrics By – Beck Hansen
  • Management – SAM*
  • Management [Business] – Wiseman & Burke
  • Mastered By – Bob Ludwig
  • Mixed By – Beck Hansen (tracks: A1, A2, A4 to B7), Nigel Godrich (tracks: A3), The Dust Brothers (tracks: A1, A2, A4 to B1, B3, B4, B6, B7), Tony Hoffer (tracks: B2, B5)
  • Music By – Beck Hansen, The Dust Brothers (tracks: A1 to B1, B3, B4, B6, B7)
  • Producer, Recorded By – Beck Hansen, The Dust Brothers (tracks: A1 to B1, B3, B4, B6, B7), Tony Hoffer (tracks: B2, B5)
  • Sounds [Sound Designer] – Brad Breeck


Gatefold cover. 140 gram.

℗ © 2005 Interscope Records

Produced, recorded and mixed by Beck Hansen and The Dust Brothers (Mike Simpson and John King) 9/03 - 8/04 at The Boat, Silverlake, CA.
"Girl" [...]
"Broken Drum" and "Farewell Ride" produced, recorded and mixed by Beck Hansen and Tony Hoffer at Madhatter and Sound Factory, Los Angeles, CA.

Published by Youthless/Kobalt Music Publishing (ASCAP) and Dust Brothers Music/Universal Music Corp. (ASCAP).
"E-Pro" co-written with Beastie Boys and co-published by Brooklyn Dust Music/Universal-Polygram International Publishing Inc. (ASCAP).
"Broken Drum" and "Farewell Ride" [...] published by Youthless/Kobalt Music Publishing (ASCAP).
"Missing" co-written by Marcos Vinicus de Moraes/Carlos Eduardo Lyra and published by Youthless/Kobalt Music Publishing (ASCAP), Dust Brothers Music/Universal Music Corp. (ASCAP), Careers-BMG Music Publishing, Inc. (BMI), and Guanabara Music Co., administered by Memory Lane Music Corp. (BMI).
"Black Tambourine" co-written by Eugene Blacknell and co-published by Be Love Publishing Company (BMI).
"Earthquake Weather" co-written by Mark Adams, Steve Washington, Daniel Webster, and Mark Hicks and co-published by Cotillion Music, Inc. (BMI).
"Go It Alone" co-written by Jack White and co-published by Peppermint Stripe Music (BMI).

"E-Pro" contains an excerpt from "So What'cha Want" written by Beastie Boys. Performed by Beastie Boys, under license from Capitol Records, Inc.
"Missing" contains a sample from "Voce e Eu" written by Marcos Vinicius de Moraes & Carlos Eduardo Lyra and performed by Claus Ogerman and His Orchestra, courtesy of RCA Records, a unit of BMG Entertainment.
"Black Tambourine" contains a sample from "We Know We Got To Live Together" written by Eugene Blacknell and performed by Eugene Blacknell & The New Breed, courtesy of Seaside Records.
"Earthquake Weather" contains elements from "What It Is", performed by the Temptations, courtesy of Motown Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc., under license from Universal Music Enterprises; elements from "Coming Soon" written by Mark Adams, Steve Washington and Daniel Webster and elements from "Just Freak" written by Mark Adams, Steve Washington, Daniel Webster & Mark Hicks, both performed by Slave, produced under license from Atlantic Records, by arrangement with Warner Strategic Marketing.
"Hell Yes" contains elements from "Far East Mississippi" performed by The Ohio Players and elements from "Under The Influence Of Love" performed by Love Unlimited, courtesy of the Island Def Jam Music Group, under license from Universal Music Enterprises.
"Go It Alone" contains a sample from "Outside Love" performed by Brethren, courtesy of King Records.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 602557034912
  • Matrix / Runout: B0025356-01-A GOLDEN -40809- P. USA
  • Matrix / Runout: B0025356-01-B GOLDEN -40809- P. USA
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
B0003546-01 Beck Guero ‎(2xLP, Album) Interscope Records B0003546-01 US 2005
UICO-9602 Beck Guero ‎(CD, Album, RE) Interscope Records UICO-9602 Japan 2005
0602498802878 Beck Guero ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Interscope Records 0602498802878 Russia 2005
988 028-7 Beck Guero ‎(CD, Album) Interscope Records 988 028-7 Germany 2005
none Beck Guero ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) East Records , Geffen Records none Russia Unknown

Reviews about Beck - Guero (10):
Haven't heard this particular Beck album before, but "E-Pro" was playing at a restaurant recently - I Shazamed it, realized who it was by and got so hooked that there was no way I could pass up a copy of this album when I saw it at the new arrivals section of FeeLit (ultra-hip record store in San Diego - thanks guys for the good vibes!). The whole album turned out to be a great expansion upon the DIY vibes of the classic Odelay - track after track of ultra-catchy hip-hop-slide-guitarish-alt-rock grit laced with the occasional Latin influence and a nice nod to Antonio Carlos Jobim. It's a definite keeper.This is also a really, really good reissue. Sonically, it hits absolutely all the right buttons - even though it may not be the most dynamic album in the world, the mastering has excellent clarity and warmth with a sizeable soundstage, wonderful immediacy, great top end extension, HUUUGE punch factor, and not to mention strong, clear, precise and weighty bass. It's a perfect match for the lo-fi feel of the album.Shockingly, even side 2 sounds excellent at its excessive borderline 28-minute duration... ESPECIALLY for a regular non-DMM record. Vinyl mastering is a fine art, and Golden's engineers went above and beyond the authority of the garden-variety lacquer cutter to carefully cram a great deal of bass and depth into those tight grooves - the only sacrifice at all being a reduced decibel level... which, by my standards, is perfectly fine when the vinyl is fairly quiet! It's absolutely astonishing that there is utterly zero muddiness or congestion to be heard here.It trumps the Baby Driver soundtrack with similarly long sides by a HUGE margin... why that one couldn't sound as good as it ought to be is beyond me. Heck, I'd even say this outperforms my original Canadian RL-cut pressing of Todd Rundgren's A Wizard, a True Star - which is really saying a lot! (Ironically, this album was also digitally mastered by Bob Ludwig...)Mind you, there are two interesting anomalies about this release: "Broken Drum" sounds bizarre, like it was upsampled from a 22khz digital file (half the sample rate of a CD), resulting in a ringing, low-resolution top end. It's almost... well, Windows 98-esque. Then again, it seems like it was mixed and mastered that way to begin with, as I found the Spotify version exhibits the same artifacts. I'm not complaining too much about it - it's just so odd to hear a track that's mastered like this cut to vinyl.The other anomaly is that the record is housed in a plain white paper inner sleeve with rounded corners, an odd mismatch to the staticky Pallas-pressed vinyl - records made of staticky European vinyl formulations are best paired with the poly-lined inners which they usually come with. I'm not sure if this plain paper sleeve is even original, given that I got my copy used, but if it is, I'd be surprised UMe didn't invest a little bit of extra capital in protecting the vinyl from additional static charge. I've read the Mutations reissue also has a plain paper sleeve.All things considered, this pressing otherwise sounds so impressive that I have no intention of upgrading to either of the original 45 rpm pressings. Recommended.
I just got a used copy and it has a plain-paper white inner with rounded corners. Can anyone who got this new confirm that this is what it originally came with? It seems odd that a staticky Pallas pressing would be paired up with such a sleeve, given that Pallas vinyl is best housed in poly-lined inners.
Sounds good. Side 1 is great, it has the best songs and the most space. Side 2 is crammed and does feel a bit flat. The 2xLP probably has more breathing room and stronger bass. But this album never had great dynamic range. I always thought the second half of the CD sounded flat. So is it the pressing or the music? Difficult to say. Overall I am satisfied with this available and affordable pressing of one of Beck's lesser efforts. Music: 7/10Pressing: 8/10
PerceptionShift Sounds good. Side 1 is great, it has the best songs and the most space. Side 2 is crammed and does feel a bit flat. The 2xLP probably has more breathing room and stronger bass. But this album never had great dynamic range. I always thought the second half of the CD sounded flat. So is it the pressing or the music? Difficult to say. Overall I am satisfied with this available and affordable pressing of one of Beck's lesser efforts. Music: 7/10Pressing: 8/10 MEllODrOnE claims this pressing is vastly superior to the EU 45 rpm, and that the US 45 rpm is only a marginal upgrade over the 2016 version. It does seem to depend on the stereo setup, as other people tend to say the EU 45 rpm version is superior to the 2016 release. It is a little confusing, but regardless, I think the sound quality of the 2016 version is superb. It's incredibly punchy, never lacking in bass, and very crisp. Haven't listened to side 2 in its entirety but I think the soundstage felt slightly narrower on ONE song only... side 2 still sounds impressively good to me given its length. Presently, I don't see any need to upgrade to the 45 rpm versions.
How's the sound? I noticed that they crammed 2 LPs into 1 LP.
Thanks! That's what I was thinking as well. Bought a nice new copy of the 45rpm version.
Timecode calculations yield side A at 22:17 and side B at 27:38. Side A borders the maximum acceptable timing for an LP side and side B clocks in at almost 30 minutes. Most likely bass and dB had to be cut down for this master in order to cram that much music in one side so in essence... it's likely going to suck sonics-wise. I'd rather try to find the 2-disc 45 rpm version.
Can anyone confirm that the US pressing is actually 140 gram vs 180 gram for European?
my 2016 US press of Guero weighs in at 154 grams
I cannot comment on the European version but I just received the U.S. version and it appears to be 140 grams.

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