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|Studio album by Beck|
|Released||22 February 1994|
|Producer||Tom Grimley, Beck Hansen, Gus Hudson|
Stereopathetic Soulmanure is the second studio album by American alternative rock musician Beck, released on Flipside in 1994, a week before the appearance of his Geffen debut Mellow Gold. The album shows a strong folk influence, compring mostly home demos, live performances, and abstract noise experiments. Although a lo-fi recording of largely anti-commercial nature, Stereopathetic Soulmanure is actually Beck's third official recording, released before the success of "Loser." However, AllMusic describes the release as months after Mellow Gold, "essentially" a reaction to the success of "Loser", despite the recording beginning well before (1988 - 1993). Beck would soon return with another independent release, the plaintive and mostly acoustic One Foot in the Grave—his third album of 1994—before recording his major label follow-up Odelay (1996).
As of July 2008, Stereopathetic Soulmanure has sold 146,000 copies in the United States.
All songs were written by Beck, except where noted.
There was an alternate pressing that separates "No Money No Honey" over tracks 7 and 8 and breaks parts of "One Foot in the Grave" and "Aphid Manure Heist" over tracks 12, 13 and 14; this caused all tracks after "Crystal Clear (Beer)" to be off from the track listing on the back cover. This pressing also omits the short snippet of dialog called "Ken", yet keeps "Bonus Noise" on the same track as "Modesto". This pressing causes some online tracklistings, such as the one at Allmusic, to be incorrect. The actual tracklisting of this pressing is as follows: