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2 years agoMusic / Rock & Pop : Fluxblog

Beck “I Won’t Be Long” This new Beck single basically picks up where he left off with Modern Guilt – stiff grooves and a lot of atmosphere, but since Danger Mouse isn’t involved, it doesn’t feel so compressed and stifling. Like a few other songs he’s recorded over the past few years, “I Won’t Be [...]
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