(AP) - Dwight Yoakam thinks you'll hear bits of his entire career in his upcoming album, Second Hand Heart.

Yoakam says it has an "energy" and an "irreverence" that hearkens back to the Los Angeles cowpunk scene of the early 1980s. Yoakam also credits Beck as an influence. He says Beck worked with him on his last album, Three Pears, and encouraged Yoakam's "return to a teenage recklessness."

Second Hand Heart comes out April 14.