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Wilco - The Whole Love (2011) [24.96 FLAC]
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  Wilco - The Whole Love (2011) [24.96 FLAC]

  Genre: Rock
  Styles: Alternative Country, Indie
  Source: HDtracks
  Codec: FLAC
  Bit rate: ~ 2,900 kbps
  Bit depth: 24
  Sample rate: 96 kHz

  01 Art of Almost
  02 I Might
  03 Sunloathe
  04 Dawned on Me
  05 Black Moon
  06 Born Alone
  07 Open Mind
  08 Capitol City
  09 Standing O
  10 Rising Red Lung
  11 Whole Love
  12 One Sunday Morning (Song for Jane Smiley's Boyfriend)

  With 2002's Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, Wilco finally shed the "that guy from Uncle Tupelo" baggage that had kept them from gaining the respect they clearly deserved, and Jeff Tweedy gained the confidence to follow his muse in previously unfamiliar directions with increasingly rewarding results. But with so much space now open to Tweedy and his collaborators, Wilco's post-YHF studio work, while often brilliant, didn't seem quite as cohesive as Being There or Summerteeth, albums that were eclectic but revealed a unified core the newer albums somehow lacked. Part of this can be chalked up to frequent lineup changes, and the group seemed to be shaking this dilemma on Wilco (The Album), the second studio set from the band's strongest lineup to date, and with The Whole Love, they've finally made another album that pays off with the strength, consistency, and coherence of Yankee Hotel Foxtrot. Like YHF, The Whole Love is the work of a band that's stylistically up for anything, from the edgy dissonance of "The Art of Almost" and the moody contemplation of "Black Moon," to the ragged but spirited pop of "I Might" and the cocky rock & roll strut of "Standing O," but more so than anything the band has done since Being There, The Whole Love sounds like Wilco are having fun with their musical shape shifting