Wilco - The Whole Love [2011] [Album]

MUSiC, Album. September 28, 2011 by robinhood.
Wilco - The Whole Love [2011] [Album]
Wilco - The Whole Love [2011] [Album]
dBpm Records / 87156-1 / 180g Double LP / Vinyl » MP3 / 320

Deluxe edition is here

1. Art Of Almost 7:16
2. I Might 4:01
3. Sunloathe 3:19
4. Dawned On Me 3:43
5. Black Moon 3:56
6. Born Alone 3:55
7. Open Mind 3:40
8. Capitol City 4:03
9. Standing O 3:29
10. Rising Red Lung 3:09
11. Whole Love 3:49
12. One Sunday Morning (Song for Jane Smiley's Boyfriend) 12:04

Earlier this week it was announced that Wilco would be streaming their new album, The Whole Love (due out Sept. 27- for the first time, on their very own label) in its entirety for 24 hours. This review is coming to you from early on in those 24 hours. Opinions may change, songs impacts may lessen or increase with the aid of hindsight and time but for now, these songs will be addressed as their heard. First impressions are always important in any mode of art form. So, here’s a recollection of thoughts regarding the newest set of songs from one of America’s finest bands.

The Whole Love starts off with opening track “Art of Almost.” The first thing that jumps out is the sound quality, or aesthetic, rather. It’s decidedly lo-fi in its approach, which is something a lot of people have been wondering about since the release of album single “I Might.” What’s surprising is how well it works. It’s an excellent track to begin with but by its fiery conclusion with one of Nels Cline’s most blistering solos to date, it’s fairly clear that this album will be presenting Wilco in their most aggressive light since A Ghost Is Born. Another small victory for the track is that it sets up “I Might” perfectly.




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