Golden Feelings

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Golden Feelings
Studio album by Beck
Released 1993 (Cassette)
1999 (CD)
Recorded 1992
Length 42:35
Label Sonic Enemy
Producer Beck Hansen
Beck chronology
Golden Feelings
A Western Harvest Field by Moonlight
(1994)A Western Harvest Field by Moonlight1994
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Golden Feelings is the unofficial debut studio album by American musical artist Beck, released in 1993 by Sonic Enemy. The album showcases his roots in the anti-folk scene.

Initially available only in limited quantities on cassette, Sonic Enemy remastered the album and re-released it on CD in mid-1999.[2] Beck was upset that they did so without his permission and, after he made his displeasure known, Sonic Enemy ceased to press any more copies.[3] Only 2,000 were made, causing the CD to become quite valuable.[4]

Allmusic described the album as "an extremely interesting, entertaining, and humorous document that proves that from the start Beck had his heart set on making experimentation his only gimmick."[1]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Beck.

No. Title Length
1. "The Fucked Up Blues" 2:11
2. "Special People" 1:42
3. "Magic Stationwagon" 1:36
4. "No Money No Honey" 2:35
5. "Trouble All My Days" 2:07
6. "Bad Energy" 1:39
7. "Schmoozer" 2:38
8. "Heartland Feeling" 7:11
9. "Super Golden Black Sunchild" 2:11
10. "Soul Sucked Dry" 1:49
11. "Feelings" 1:35
12. "Gettin' Home" 4:14
13. "Will I Be Ignored By the Lord?" 1:59
14. "Bogus Soul" 1:15
15. "Totally Confused" 2:00
16. "Mutherfukka" 2:44
17. "People Gettin' Busy" 3:09


  1. ^ a b Golden Feelings at AllMusic
  2. ^ Bauer, Brian (2008-11-24). "Beck: This one will test ya!, golden feelings, ebay". Retrieved 2012-02-18. 
  3. ^ "The Winds of Change". Archived from the original on 2000-09-18. Retrieved 2012-02-18. 
  4. ^ "Disco Quebrado - Beck Discography - Golden Feelings". Retrieved 2012-02-18. 

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