Wilco ‎– Wilco (The Album)

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
516608-2 Wilco Wilco (The Album)(CD, Album) Nonesuch 516608-2 US 2009 Sell This Version
2-516608 Wilco Wilco (The Album)(CD, Album) Nonesuch 2-516608 Canada 2009 Sell This Version
WPCR-13511 Wilco Wilco (The Album)(CD, Album) Nonesuch WPCR-13511 Japan 2009 Sell This Version
7559798496L Wilco Wilco (The Album)(CD, Album) Nonesuch 7559798496L Malaysia 2009 Sell This Version
7559798496 Wilco Wilco (The Album)(CD, Album) Nonesuch 7559798496 Australia 2009 Sell This Version
516608-2 Wilco Wilco (The Album)(CD, Album) Nonesuch 516608-2 Australia 2009 Sell This Version
7559798496 Wilco Wilco (The Album)(CD, Album) Nonesuch 7559798496 Brazil 2009 Sell This Version
7559-79849-6 Wilco Wilco (The Album)(CD, Album) Nonesuch 7559-79849-6 Europe 2009 Sell This Version
516608-2 / 7559-79849-6, none Wilco Wilco (The Album)(CD, Album, Car) Nonesuch, Warner Music Argentina 516608-2 / 7559-79849-6, none Argentina 2009 Sell This Version
PRO 400098 Wilco Wilco (The Album)(CD, Album, Promo) Nonesuch PRO 400098 US 2009 Sell This Version
516608-1, STCD 400099, 520404-7 Wilco Wilco (The Album)(LP, Album + CD, Album + 7", Single) Nonesuch, Nonesuch, Nonesuch 516608-1, STCD 400099, 520404-7 US 2009 Sell This Version
516608-1 Wilco Wilco (The Album)(LP, Album + CD, Album, Promo) Nonesuch 516608-1 US 2009 Sell This Version
516608-1 Wilco Wilco (The Album)(LP, Album, 180 + CD, Album) Nonesuch 516608-1 US 2009 Sell This Version
Not On Label Wilco Wilco (The Album)(LP, Album, Promo, W/Lbl, 180) Nonesuch Not On Label US 2009 Sell This Version
572157-1 Wilco Wilco (The Album)(LP, Album, Pic, RE, RM) Nonesuch 572157-1 Europe 2018 Sell This Version

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jestoon

jestoon

August 13, 2017
referencing Wilco (The Album), LP, Album, 180 + CD, Album, 516608-1

Great pressing. Has all the analog warmth of the best Wilco. Vinyl is dead quiet too
Ktrump5

Ktrump5

April 25, 2011
referencing Wilco (The Album), CD, Album, 516608-2

Wilco has been one of my favorite (the favorite) bands ever since I heard Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, and this album continues the band's enduring legacy of great music. Wilco (the album) finds the band returning to their alt-country roots with more relaxed mood and less complex song-writing. This album reminds me of the vibe I got from Being There or Summerteeth.

Jeff Tweedy sounds like he is finally comfortable with himself and the band, which gives this album a really relaxed and laid-back feeling. Tweedy's song-writing has stayed strong and his vocals mesh well with the band. There are no big rockers on this album like Sky Blue Sky or Ghost is Born, but it's ok because all of the songs fit together so well, in the calmer atmosphere of this album as a whole.

The album opens with Wilco (the song), a shuffle that gives a good taste of the band. Leslie Feist is featured on "You and I," the vocalist from the group Feist. She sings a duet with Tweedy which makes for a beautiful song. This is followed by You Never Know, which sounds almost reminiscent of a song from George Harrison's "All Things Must Pass." The album is mostly a peaceful affair, such as "Solitaire," one of the calmest Wilco songs I've ever heard. The experimental and rock-out that were common on the last few albums can only be glimpsed at on the last few songs of the album, like on the catchy "I'll Fight."

This is a very tight album packed with feel-good, relaxing, country-tinged songs. The band sounds as good as ever; like they finally feel at home with themselves. The songs are all 3-4 minute range and the album is around 43 minutes total, so it's not overdone, and will give you many hours of listening pleasure!