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  • Cruel Country
    1. I Am My Mother
    2. Cruel Country
    3. Hints
    4. Ambulance
    5. The Empty Condor
    6. Tonight's the Day
    7. All Across the World
    8. Darkness is Cheap
    9. Bird Without a Tail / Base of My Skull
    10. Tired of Taking It Out On You
    11. The Universe
    12. Many Worlds
    13. Hearts Hard to Find
    14. Falling Apart (Right Now)
    15. Please Be Wrong
    16. Story to Tell
    17. A Lifetime to Find
    18. Country Song Upside-down
    19. Mystery Binds
    20. Sad Kind of Way
    21. The Plains

    Cruel Country is the twelfth studio album by Wilco, released on May 27, 2022. It features twenty-one songs written by frontman Jeff Tweedy. The double album consists primarily of live takes recorded at The Loft, the band's recording studio in Chicago. The sessions included all six Wilco members together in The Loft for the first time since The Whole Love (2011). With minimal overdubbing, Tweedy compared their recording approach on Cruel Country to that which they last employed on Sky Blue Sky (2007). The album sees the band fully embracing their country music leanings. In a letter published upon the album's announcement, Jeff Tweedy wrote, "I think there's been an assumption over the years that Wilco is some sort of country band. There's a lot of evidence to support that way of thinking about our band because there have been elements of country music in everything we've ever done. But to be honest, we've never been particularly comfortable with accepting that definition of the music we make. With this album though, I'll tell you what, Wilco is digging in and calling it country." Tweedy explained that the genre provided an ideal space to explore United States history: "Because it is the country I love, and because it's country music that I love, I feel a responsibility to investigate their mirrored problematic natures. I believe it's important to challenge our affections for things that are flawed." Read more on Last.fm.

  • Being There (1996)
    1. Misunderstood
    2. Far, Far Away
    3. Monday
    4. Outtasite (Outta Mind)
    5. Forget the Flowers
    6. Red-Eyed and Blue
    7. I Got You (At The End Of The Century)
    8. What's the World Got in Store
    9. Hotel Arizona
    10. Say You Miss Me
    11. Sunken Treasure
    12. Someday Soon
    13. Outta Mind (Outta Sight)
    14. Someone Else's Song
    15. Kingpin
    16. (Was I) In Your Dreams
    17. Why Would You Wanna Live
    18. The Lonely 1
    19. Dreamer in My Dreams

    Being There is the second album by Chicago-based rock band Wilco. Despite its release as a nineteen-song double album, Being There was sold at a single album price due to a deal between lead singer Jeff Tweedy and Reprise Records. Released on October 29, 1996, the album was an improvement for the band in both sales and critical reception as compared with their first album, A.M.. Taking its name from the 1979 film Being There, the self-produced effort featured more surrealistic and introspective writing than their previous album. This was due in part to several significant changes in Tweedy's life, including the birth of his first child. Musically, it juxtaposed the alternative country styles songs reminiscent of Uncle Tupelo with psychedelic, surreal songs. It was the only Wilco album with steel guitarist Bob Egan and the last with multi-instrumentalist Max Johnston. Read more on Last.fm.

  • Outtasite (Outta Mind) (1996)
    1. Outtasite (Outta Mind)
    2. outta mind (outta site)
    3. Thirteen
    4. Blasting Fonda

  • Summerteeth (1999)
    1. Can't Stand It
    2. She's A Jar
    3. A Shot In The Arm
    4. We're Just Friends
    5. I'm Always In Love
    6. Nothing'severgonnastandinmyway (Again)
    7. Pieholden Suite
    8. How To Fight Loneliness
    9. Via Chicago
    10. ELT
    11. My Darling
    12. When You Wake Up Feeling Old
    13. Summer Teeth
    14. In A Future Age
    15. 23 Seconds Of Silence
    16. Candy Floss
    17. A Shot In The Arm - Remix Version

    Summerteeth is the third studio album by Chicago alternative rock band Wilco. Released through Reprise Records on March 9, 1999, the album was heavily influenced lyrically by twentieth century literature, as well as singer Jeff Tweedy's marital problems. Unlike previous albums, Summerteeth was heavily overdubbed in the studio with Pro Tools. Tweedy and Jay Bennett created most of the album in the studio, a contrast to the band's previous albums, which were rehearsed live and recorded almost at once. Despite critical acclaim from numerous outlets, including Allmusic, The Chicago Tribune, and The Village Voice, Summerteeth sold approximately 200,000 copies—a modest number compared to the sales of 1996's Being There. Wilco agreed to remix "Can't Stand It" with David Kahne to cater to radio markets, but the single failed to attain substantial airplay. Read more on Last.fm.

  • Yankee Hotel Foxtrot (2002)
    1. I Am Trying to Break Your Heart
    2. Kamera
    3. Radio Cure
    4. War on War
    5. Jesus, Etc.
    6. Ashes of American Flags
    7. Heavy Metal Drummer
    8. I'm the Man Who Loves You
    9. Pot Kettle Black
    10. Poor Places
    11. Reservations

    Yankee Hotel Foxtrot is the fourth album by Chicago-based rock band Wilco. The album was completed in 2001, but Reprise Records, a Warner Music Group label, refused to release it. Wilco acquired the rights to the album when they left the label. In September 2001, Wilco streamed the entire album for free on their website. Wilco signed with Nonesuch Records (another Warner label) in November of that year, and the album was officially released on April 23, 2002. Yankee Hotel Foxtrot was a critical and commercial success, and is their best selling album, with over 500,000 copies sold in the U.S. and topping the Pazz and Jop critics' poll for 2002. Critical success endured, and the album was widely listed among the greatest albums of the 2000s in many popular publications, including 3rd place in Rolling Stone's 100 Best Albums of the 2000s. It was Wilco's first album with drummer Glenn Kotche, and the last with multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Jay Bennett. Read more on Last.fm.

  • A Ghost Is Born (2005)
    1. At Least That's What You Said
    2. Hell Is Chrome
    3. Spiders (Kidsmoke)
    4. Muzzle of Bees
    5. Hummingbird
    6. Handshake Drugs
    7. Wishful Thinking
    8. Company in My Back
    9. I'm a Wheel
    10. Theologians
    11. Less Than You Think
    12. The Late Greats

    A Ghost Is Born is the fifth studio album by Chicago-based alternative rock band Wilco. Released on June 22, 2004, it features singer Jeff Tweedy on lead guitar more than any previous Wilco album. The band streamed the album online for free, and offered a five song EP to purchasers. Tweedy entered a rehab clinic shortly before the release of the album, delaying its release by two weeks. It also shortened its promotional tour. Despite this, A Ghost Is Born's opening week was the best sales week for the band at the time and the album was met with good reviews from major publications such as Rolling Stone and PopMatters. The album earned Wilco a Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Album. Read more on Last.fm.

  • Sky Blue Sky (2007)
    1. Either Way
    2. You Are My Face
    3. Impossible Germany
    4. Sky Blue Sky
    5. Side with the Seeds
    6. Shake It Off
    7. Please Be Patient with Me
    8. Hate It Here
    9. Leave Me (Like You Found Me)
    10. Walken
    11. What Light
    12. On and On and On

    Sky Blue Sky is the sixth studio album by American rock band Wilco, released on May 15, 2007 by Nonesuch Records. Originally announced on January 17, 2007 at a show in Nashville, Tennessee, it was the band's first studio album with guitarist Nels Cline and multi-instrumentalist Pat Sansone. Before its release, the band streamed the entire album on its official website and offered a free download of "What Light". Sky Blue Sky was Wilco's highest debuting album on the Billboard 200 at number four. The self-produced album received mostly favorable reviews by critics. Publications such as PopMatters and Rolling Stone praised its maturity, while PlayLouder and Pitchfork Media criticized its "dad-rock" sound. While some critics praised the direct lyrical approach, others criticised it when compared to previous Wilco albums. The band licensed six songs from the Sky Blue Sky sessions to a Volkswagen advertisement campaign, a move that generated criticism from fans and the media. Read more on Last.fm.

  • Wilco [The Album] (2009)
    1. Wilco (The Song)
    2. Deeper Down
    3. One Wing
    4. Bull Black Nova
    5. You and I
    6. You Never Know
    7. Country Disappeared
    8. Solitaire
    9. I'll Fight
    10. Sonny Feeling
    11. Everlasting Everything
    12. Dark Neon
    13. Digital Booklet: Wilco (The Album)

  • The Whole Love (2011)
    1. Art of Almost
    2. I Might
    3. Sunloathe
    4. Dawned on Me
    5. Black Moon
    6. Born Alone
    7. Open Mind
    8. Whole Love
    9. Capitol City
    10. Standing O
    11. Rising Red Lung
    12. One Sunday Morning
    13. Sometimes it happens

    The Whole Love is the eighth album by American alternative rock group Wilco, released on September 27, 2011. It is their first album on their own label dBpm. Attendees at Wilco's 2011 Solid Sound Festival at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art from June 24 to 26 could purchase the first single from the album, "I Might". The entire album was streamed live on Wilco's official website for 24 hours between September 3 and 4, 2011, and later streamed on National Public Radio. The album packaging and cover art are pieces by Joanne Greenbaum.[6] On November 30, 2011, the album received a nomination in the 54th Grammy Awards for Best Rock Album. Read more on Last.fm.