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A Western Harvest Field by Moonlight

A Western Harvest Field by Moonlight
EP by Beck
Released 1994
Recorded 1993
Genre Anti-folk, lo-fi, country
Length 22:46
Label Fingerpaint
Beck chronology
Golden Feelings
A Western Harvest Field by Moonlight
Stereopathetic Soulmanure
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

A Western Harvest Field by Moonlight is Beck's first EP, released on 10" vinyl by Fingerpaint Records in 1994.

Track listing

All songs written by Beck.


  1. "Totally Confused" – 3:23
  2. "Mayonaise Salad" – 1:08
  3. "Gettin' Home" – 1:56
  4. "Blackfire Choked Our Death" – 1:46
  5. "Feel Like a Piece of Shit (Mind Control)" – 1:27
  6. "She Is All (Gimme Something to Eat)" – 1:15


  1. "Pinefresh" – 1:23
  2. "Lampshade" – 4:04
  3. "Feel Like a Piece of Shit (Crossover Potential)" – 1:34
  4. "Mango (Vader Rocks!)" – 2:49
  5. "Feel Like a Piece of Shit (Cheetos Time)" – 0:58
  6. "Styrofoam Chicken (Quality Time)" –
    • This track is a never-ending loop. It was put extra deep into the vinyl and when the needle gets to the end of the track, it jumps back to the beginning. It continues to play until the needle is physically removed from the record.[2]


The album has been pressed 4 times:[2]

1994 – 3000 copies (included fingerpaintings made by Beck and his friends)

1995 – 2000 copies

1997 – 1000 copies

1998 – 1000 copies

All pressings have the album title misprinted on the spine as A Western Harvest Moon by Moonlight.[2]

"Sexydeath Soda" is scratched on the vinyl on the Bic Side, and "Cherry Cupcake" is scratched on the Beek Side.[2]


  1. ^ A Western Harvest Field by Moonlight at AllMusic
  2. ^ a b c d "A Western Harvest Field by Moonlight". Retrieved 2014-04-17. 
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