- Audio CD (17 April 2003)
- Language: English, English, English
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: CD, Enhanced
- Label: Universal Music
- ASIN: B00006F7S4
- Other Editions: Audio CD | DVD Audio | Vinyl | Blu-ray Audio
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- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #15,123 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
Sea Change CD, Enhanced
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You don't have to be nursing a wounded heart or be at rock bottom to connect with this album. Anyone can enjoy the melancholy tunes and sad tales that he weaves here, yet it works best when you're hurting. No matter what may be troubling you, this album with help soothe it. The story here is certainly tragic, as songs like "Guess I'm Doing Fine" and "Lost Cause" quickly reiterate. However, it would be a mistake to assume that this album is just another whiny, self-indulgent breakup album. Beck paints with an entirely finer canvas here, weaving intricate tales of loss and pain with hope and perseverance. The album starts off with darkness, picking up the pieces of a fractured relationship and eventually ends with the advice, "Let it pass on the side of the road". It's haunting and wonderfully done.
The production is nothing short of perfect. Beck's voice effortlessly carries every song, allowing the players around him to add their subtle instrumental touches into each track. The production itself is warm and creates an intimate atmosphere that's easy on the ears. It's one of the best sounding records I've ever heard and Nigel Godrich never fails to bring out the best sounds and performances with any artist he works with.
Sea Change is life-affirming and gorgeous. It may throw some fans for a loop, especially if you're expecting the fun and energetic genre mashups of his other work. Don't be turned off: this is Beck at his most real and direct. The result is a modern masterpiece. It may not make you feel better, but it will remind you that someone else understands what you're going through. Sometimes that's enough.