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A.M. is such a great album, it is one of those albums where all the songs flow together so well.
A.M. was the last album of their's that I bought, and when I first listened to it, I ignored it, and it went back in its case for quite awhile.
Great sound and promise for what came later...still prefer Son Volt's Trace of the two albums by the former Uncle Tupelo bandmates.
I have not fully listened to it but look forward to delving into it later on.Published 5 days ago by John N.
Not what they would become. "Casino Queen" is raucous and joyful, but the rest of album sounds a little bored and lifeless, if competent. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Daniel W. Bleier
Wilco is one of the most influential bands of the last decade. Their work was truly groundbreaking and this album is no exception. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Derek Saul
The best Wilco album IMO. This is a rock album, not some sort of glorified folk rock/country rock/whatever rock. Just excellent rock music. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
There are no filler tracks here. Great from beginning to end. Little did we know that 2013 would see Wilco still going strong. But this is where it all beganPublished 13 months ago by Keith M. Parks
There first foray as a new group, I love the country tone of it all
Fave songs would have to be : Pick up the Change, That's Not the Issue, and Monday
Original Lo-Fi, Alt-Country.. Does not get much better than this. If you've not tried Wilco, and you like quality country.. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Christian
I had seen Wilco on PBS's "Austin City Limits" show and thought they were interesting but not that musical and I didn't even consider purchasing any of there music. Read morePublished 22 months ago by A. Boller
I hadn't listened to this album, Wilco's debut, in several years until recently. Something possesed me to dig it out of the archives play it again, and I'm sure glad I did. Read morePublished on April 29, 2012 by Donald E. Gilliland