Beck Launches Vinyl Reissue Series With Odelay, Sea Change, and Guero

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By Kevin Lozano. Photo: Phil Bourne.

Beck has announced that UMe will reissue his entire DGC/Geffen/Interscope catalog on vinyl. The first records slated for reissue are 1996’s Odelay, 2002’s Sea Change, and 2005’s Guero. The reissues will be released on October 28. Sea Change will be released as a double LP and Guero “will be made available for the first time as a single LP,” according to a press release. Reissues for Mellow Gold, Mutations, Midnight Vultures, The Information, and Modern Guilt are also forthcoming.

Beck will release the currently untitled follow-up to 2014’s Morning Phase next month, on October 21 via Capitol Records. It will include his recent single “Wow,” as well as last year's “Dreams.” You can find more information on the upcoming reissues here.

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