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  • Summary: Wilco's self-produced third album features 16 tracks (2 are hidden at the end), and departs from their alt-country sound in favor of more traditional pop/rock.
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  1. Aug 6, 2012
    10
    This is one of the most fantastic records I have ever listened to in my entire life. It is also the first CD I bought (later I bought it onThis is one of the most fantastic records I have ever listened to in my entire life. It is also the first CD I bought (later I bought it on vinyl.) Maybe its just nostalgia, but this album is pure magic. It floats around in the air. I don't know what else to say, but just buy it (on vinyl too, The pressing is super duper.) I hope you won't be disappointed because people need this album to live on threw space and time. Expand
  2. AlexT
    May 10, 2007
    10
    Quite possibly their best.
  3. Sep 8, 2010
    10
    Wilco still puts out quality albums now, but in my opinion, Summerteeth is where the band peaked. Not as alternative country as Being There orWilco still puts out quality albums now, but in my opinion, Summerteeth is where the band peaked. Not as alternative country as Being There or as simple as (Wilco) The Album, 1999's Summerteeth is a nice mix of early and current Wilco, and its a stunning result. Expand
  4. DanH.
    Oct 22, 2006
    9
    Well, I actually give this an 8.5. This album runs a bit long to listen to all at once, unlike other Wilco albums which could keep going for Well, I actually give this an 8.5. This album runs a bit long to listen to all at once, unlike other Wilco albums which could keep going for days without problems. Some songs on here sound more refined on Kicking Television, but this shows the band just before their "breakthrough". It also helps to understand the staggering jump in sound from Being There to YHF. A good effort: compare to Radiohead's "The Bends" with less distinctive songs and played at 75% speed. Expand
  5. Dec 20, 2010
    9
    This is Wilco's "Revolver". An overlooked masterpiece that is overshadowed by the superior and universally praised "Yankee Hotel Foxtrot"This is Wilco's "Revolver". An overlooked masterpiece that is overshadowed by the superior and universally praised "Yankee Hotel Foxtrot" (Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band). Expand
  6. SimonC
    May 16, 2007
    9
    Pop that can be consumed as a critic or as a fan, whatever your mood, and some of Tweedy's best word play. This is the transitional Pop that can be consumed as a critic or as a fan, whatever your mood, and some of Tweedy's best word play. This is the transitional album that at moments hints on what is to come with Yankee Hotel Foxtrot but maintains the roots that were introducted on AM and Being There. Expand
  7. Aug 6, 2011
    8
    Hard to say anything negative about this album. Is there anything? Nope. Not one thing. Every song is a classic. "Via Chicago", "How to FightHard to say anything negative about this album. Is there anything? Nope. Not one thing. Every song is a classic. "Via Chicago", "How to Fight Loneliness", "She's a Jar", etc. One of their finest achievements. Expand

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