Summerteeth Review

artist: Wilco date: 04/29/2006 category: compact discs
Wilco: Summerteeth
Release Date: Mar 9, 1999
Label: Warner Bros.
Genres: Alternative Pop/Rock, Alternative Country-Rock, Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
Number Of Tracks: 17
But Wilco's Summerteeth shows hardly a tatter of Tweedy's herky-jerky postpunk intensity or the agrarian rootsiness that so often came in the past from him.
 Sound: 10
 Lyrics: 10
 Overall Impression: 10
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overall: 10
Summerteeth Reviewed by: unregistered, on april 29, 2006
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Sound: Summerteeth was a big turning point for Wilco's music. It came after Being There's harder, rockier sound, and ventured into more psychedelia, lyrical exploration, and experimental overtones. It was recorded inbetween and during the recording of the Billy Bragg and Wilco albums, Mermaid Avenue 1 and 2, and it's very, very good. // 10

Lyrics: The lyrics are slightly more complex and "deep", as Jeff Tweedy's creations always are. It's a more sad album, and approaches more situations of heartbreak, loneliness, etc. However plenty of the songs are as happy and energetic as the previous album, and the music is very in-sinc with the words. // 10

Overall Impression: This is a very in-the-middle album of Wilco. It was very transitional from the side of alternative country into the genius of Yankee Hotel Foxtrot and A Ghost Is Born. As all other Wilco creations, its an excellent album and a necessary buy for any fan, of any degree. It has a suprising amount of variety in music. In fact, it's probably the most versatile of albums from the group. If I lost my Summerteeth, I would absolutely get it again. // 10

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