Archive for March, 2010


Friday, March 26th, 2010

Limited edition vinyl package of “Odelay” (Deluxe) and Mobile Fidelity vinyl and cd editions of “Sea Change” available while supplies last.

“Odelay” (Deluxe) – 4xLP, 180gm vinyl, 32 tracks, quadfold artwork, full-color booklet

“SEA CHANGE” – 2xLP, 180 gm “Ultra-Analog” vinyl

“SEA CHANGE” – Ultradisc
II 24 kt gold CD

Beck Contributes Songs To Scott Pilgrim Movie

Friday, March 26th, 2010

Beck has contributed songs to the upcoming film “Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World”, based on the Bryan Lee O’Malley comicbook of the same name. Starring Michael Cera, Jason Schwartzman, and Anna Kendrick, Beck’s contributions centered on writing songs to be performed by Pilgrim’s (played by Michael Cera) band, “Sex Bob-Omb.”

Slated for release on August 13, there will also be a soundtrack album featuring the Beck-penned tracks along with other songs by Broken Social Scene, Metric, and Cornelius.

The film is being directed by Edgar Wright and scored by Nigel Godrich.

Watch the trailer here

Thursday, March 25th, 2010

Record Club

INXS “Guns in the Sky”

Record Club No. 4 is here…! Joining in this time we had three of my favorite bands— Liars, Annie Clark and Daniel Hart from St. Vincent, Sergio Dias from the legendary Brazilian band Os Mutantes, as well as RC veteran Brian Lebarton, just back from the Charlotte Gainsbourg tour. The record covered this time was 1987 blockbuster ‘Kick’ by INXS. The record was chosen by fellow Aussie, Angus from the Liars. It was recorded in a little over 12 hours on March 3rd, 2010. It was an intense, hilarious, daunting and completely fun undertaking. Thanks to everybody for being there and putting so much into it. Many classic moments, inspired performances and occasional anarchy. We’ll post the songs consecutively in the album’s original sequence. First one up is “Guns In The Sky.”

Saturday, March 20th, 2010

Alex Chilton

In tribute to Alex Chilton, found a live cover of ‘Kangaroo’ from the Sea Change tour in Japan and another performed on the BBC in 2003. Must have played this song on stage a 100 times. One of my favorite songs from one of the best songwriters who ever lived.–Beck –Beck


Friday, March 19th, 2010

OAR T-Shirt

We are doing a limited run of shirts featuring the drawing of the Skip Spence cover done by Beck from the last Record Club. They are printed on premium Alternative Apparel shirts. Get one while they last!

Wednesday, March 10th, 2010

Planned Obsolescence

No. 17: Zoo Music