Guerolito is the first remix album by Beck, released in December 2005. It features all of the songs from regular edition of Guero in remixed forms by a variety of artists, with the addition of "Clap Hands", originally found on the special limited edition of Guero.
Guerolito reached #191 on the Billboard charts. As of July 2008, Guerolito has sold 76,000 copies in the United States.
In an interview with Wired magazine in September 2006, Beck challenged other artists to follow his lead—set by Guerolito—in abandoning the traditional concept of an album release:
There are so many dimensions to what a record can be these days. Artists can and should approach making an album as an opportunity to do a series of releases—one that's visual, one that has alternate versions, and one that's something the listener can participate in or arrange and change. It's time for the album to embrace the technology. For me it's more about giving the music legs, giving people new ways to experience it ... Even though the mashup sensibility has become something of a cliché, I'd love to put out an album that you could edit and mix and layer directly in iTunes.