Uncut Music Award nominee: Wilco – video

As an anthem made by men of a certain age who’ve been there, done that and taken the picture of the camel in a party hat (as seen on the cover), it works brilliantly. 'Wilco (the album)' feels like Jeff Tweedy coming to terms with his past and his place in the rock’n’roll firmament.

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As an anthem made by men of a certain age who’ve been there, done that and taken the picture of the camel in a party hat (as seen on the cover), it works brilliantly. ‘Wilco (the album)’ feels like Jeff Tweedy coming to terms with his past and his place in the rock’n’roll firmament.


Check out Deputy Editor John Mulvey’s original four-star review of the album here and see also the video for track “Shot In The Arm”.


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Do you think Wilco have deserve this year’s Uncut Music Award?

The winner of the 2009 Uncut Music Award will be revealed in the January issue of Uncut – out November 24.

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