- Summary: This much-anticipated release for the eclectic performer--a return to the "fun" Beck of 'Odelay' and 'Midnite Vultures'--was produced by the Dust Brothers and Tony Hoffer.
- Record Label: Geffen
- Genre(s): Rock, Alternative
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Jul 10, 2012Probably my favorite Beck record. Took a few listens to totally grow on me. I own them all. But this one has such strong production values and strong catchy songs that never get old. I like most of his work. I even put on his Stereopathetic Soul Manure for memory lanes and just to listen to something different. I am a fan. I liked Sea Change, but thought there was several tracks that just don't hold up that well on it. This was like going on a good roller coaster ride after Sea Change. This is a very accomplished album.. some stand out tracks include, "Scarecrow, " "Go it alone," and "Black Tambourine." Some of his finest work is right here on "Guero."… Expand
WilliamMApr 12, 2005Im along with many others the biggest Beck fan in the world, everybody love at least one beck song and with the release of guero everyone has 13 more reasons to love his diverse unusual sound. i'm glad their are few musical geniuses around. Band that are catchy like modest mouse, Frans Ferdinand, Razorlite, and so many other bands that are just coming out of now where, playing music that requires no talent or thought just pisses me off, anybody can sitdown for one day and come up with much more deep and skillful album. beck is just as refreshing as it gets. one more thing, as soon as i turn of the radio my ears bleed from the dull repetitiveness of the common song that is on a loop to be played every 30 minutes.… Expand
RyanFNov 29, 2005Best album i've heard in years and fast becoming my favorite album ever
[Anonymous]Mar 28, 2005It's certainly not as fresh as Odelay, as slinky as Midnite Vultures, or as deep as Sea Change. What it is: Beck having fun. I dig it.
ScottHApr 2, 2005Okay, so it's not his best, I still love it and it's so far one of my absolute favs of this year, which i know isn't saying much since I've hated a lot so far this year. this one has stayed in my player ever since i've gotten it and i've hit repeat a awful lot.… Expand
KenHJun 1, 2005Exceeds Odelay in songwriting strength and sonic production. One of the year's 10 best.
RomeoLApr 17, 2005need i say more?
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