Long overdue but very welcome nonetheless double vinyl, Gatefold sleeved pressing of Beck's Sea Change album. The music is deceptively simple and beautiful. The wackiness of Beck's previous efforts is gone and the blatant weirdness is replaced by an backward sincerity. Musically and lyrically, this album is very real. The music creates a soft bed upon which Beck's voice floats over, lands on, and sinks into. The vocal performance is in stark contrast to the heartfelt pop-vocal performances of today. Beck is whispering his sorrows in our collective ear, rather than screaming at us. it is a very bold and personal effort.