By Chris Willman
Updated March 17, 2020 at 02:57 AM EDT

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An eponymous title, if not used for the musician’s first album, is usually saved for a project deemed particularly representative. Leave it to Beck to make his Beck a limited edition, Web order collection of ”Midnite Vultures” B sides, remixes, and prank phone calls. In the Costello tradition, he’s issued a ”title song” on a subsequent project: ”Midnite Vultures” is a languorous, bluesy vamp that would’ve been a nice addition to the same named CD. Best and worst are two ”Mixed Bizness”es, one a tropicalia mix outstripping the original, the other an industrial assault borrowing only the title words.

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