A.M.: DELUXE EDITION offers up eight unreleased bonus tracks that feature an early version of “Outtasite (Outta Mind)” and “When You Find Trouble,” which is the last studio recording made by Uncle Tupelo. In the album’s liner note, Stirratt writes “Listening back to records 15 to 20 years later, I’m always taken with the confident but guileless quality of bands in their 20s, that strange mixture of innocence and conviction, and this is one of those records—we were barely a band at that point, just trying to make some noise.”

A.M.: DELUXE EDITION offers up eight unreleased bonus tracks that feature an early version of “Outtasite (Outta Mind)” and “When You Find Trouble,” which is the last studio recording made by Uncle Tupelo. In the album’s liner note, Stirratt writes “Listening back to records 15 to 20 years later, I’m always taken with the confident but guileless quality of bands in their 20s, that strange mixture of innocence and conviction, and this is one of those records—we were barely a band at that point, just trying to make some noise.”

081227932916
A.M.: Deluxe Edition

Details

Format: CD
Label: RHINO
Genre: Rock/Pop
Rel. Date: 12/01/2017
UPC: 081227932916

A.M.: Deluxe Edition
Artist: Wilco
Format: CD
New: Available In Store $14.99
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. I Must Be High (Remastered)
2. Casino Queen (Remastered)
3. Box Full Of Letters (Remastered)
4. Shouldn't Be Ashamed (Remastered)
5. Pick Up The Change (Remastered)
6. I Thought I Held You (Remastered)
7. That's Not The Issue (Remastered)
8. It's Just That Simple (Remastered)
9. Should've Been In Love (Remastered)
10. Passenger Side (Remastered)
11. Dash 7 (Remastered)
12. Blue Eyed Soul (Remastered)
13. Too Far Apart (Remastered)
14. When You Find Trouble
15. Those I'll Provide
16. Lost Love (Take 1 Vocal 2)
17. Myrna Lee
18. She Don't Have To See You
19. Outtasite (Outta Mind) [Early Version] [Take 6]
20. Piss It Away
21. Hesitation Rocks

More Info:

A.M.: DELUXE EDITION offers up eight unreleased bonus tracks that feature an early version of “Outtasite (Outta Mind)” and “When You Find Trouble,” which is the last studio recording made by Uncle Tupelo. In the album’s liner note, Stirratt writes “Listening back to records 15 to 20 years later, I’m always taken with the confident but guileless quality of bands in their 20s, that strange mixture of innocence and conviction, and this is one of those records—we were barely a band at that point, just trying to make some noise.”