Third studio album from Chicago's Wilco. Summer Teeth was originally released through Reprise Records on March 9, 1999. It was the band's first record to be heavily overdubbed in the studio, and it's lyrics were influenced by twentieth century literature. Jeff Tweedy, Wilco's front man, and the band's multi-instrumentalist, Jay Bennett, were largely responsible for the recording and production of the album. Presented on 180g vinyl with a CD of the album and housed in a gatefold sleeve. 209 pressing on Nonesuch. 16 tracks in all.
- 180g double vinyl pressing
- gatefold sleeve
- includes CD of the album
- music label: Reprise Records 1999 / Nonesuch 2009
reviewed by Blundering Bob 08/2015
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