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Diamond Bollocks - Beck - Mutations

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  1. Domuro
    Beck’s Mutations was released in and is Beck’s third full-length studio album. It was produced under the label DGC records.
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  2. Gamuro
    Watch the video for Diamond Bollocks from Beck's Mutations (International Version) for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Watch the video for Diamond Bollocks from Beck's Mutations (International Version) for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
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  3. Mashura
    Beck "Diamond Bollocks": Looking back at some dead world That looks so new Offices and fountains That they named for you.
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  4. Nijora
    Oct 09,  · So I’ve spinned the new mutations reissue and it sounds freakin fantastic! I don’t have An original but I do remember the cd also sounding very good. The vinyl comes with a thick lyrics booklet (must be on the original as well?) and a 7’ ‘Diamond bollocks / runners dial’ and a download codes in either /24 - 96/24 - aac mp4, Talk.
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  5. Femi
    The most interesting track of the latter album is “Diamond Bollocks”, a track with many twists and turns while maintaining a catchy groove and consistent, moderate beat. The album then concludes with the minimalist “Runners Dial Zero”. Mutations was originally intended to be released by the indie label Bong Load Records.
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  6. Kigashicage
    Aug 02,  · Beck Diamond Bollocks lyrics from the album Mutations. Looking back at some dead world that looks so new Offices and fountains that they named for you Dazzlements of .
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  7. Tauktilar
    So I had just purchased Mutations today after looking forever for it. But after getting home and looking at it there were two tracks that had not been mentioned on the casing which are "Runners Dial Zero" and Diamond Bollocks" I am wondering if any of you have any information about these two "hidden tracks".
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  8. Daill
    Beck intended the song to be released on his independent album One Foot in the Grave, but for unknown reasons, it was instead released on Mutations. When asked about "Cold Brains"' bleakness, Beck said: I think of it as mostly playful, but then I think Leonard Cohen is a humorous song writer. In 'Cold Brains' when I say, 'The fields of Genre: Folk rock, psychedelic folk.
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  9. Akir
    Dec 15,  · The only song that can be mentioned beside Odelay, "Diamond Bollocks", is hidden at the end of the album, because Beck felt it was inferior to the rest of the tracks (fittingly so). It is a genius, six-minute free-for-all track that is really worth the price of this disc by its lonesome/5().
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  10. Kill
    May 14,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Beck - Mutations at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Beck collection/5(K).
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