Wilco box set, best-of compilation details revealed

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Last month, Wilco announced — for their 20th anniversary — that they’d be releasing both a rarities box set and a hits collection, and today, the band has offered up the details about what both of these releases entail. First, Alpha Mike Foxtrot is a four-CD or -LP set (also being released in digital format) that features rarities and live recordings. It also includes liner notes from Jeff Tweedy, Nils Cline and John Stirratt, as well as archival photos. You can check out the box set’s tracklist here. It’s out Nov. 17 via Nonesuch.

The band is also releasing a two-disc best-of compilation titled What’s Your 20? Essential Tracks 1994-2014. It features highlights from every record in the band’s discography from 1995’s A.M. up to 2011’s The Whole Love (though that record’s “Dawned On Me” is suspiciously absent). The set does, however, pull most heavily from 1996’s Being There, 1999’s Summerteeth and 2002’s Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, and rightfully so. It’s also out Nov. 17, and you can check out the tracklist below.

Wilco What’s Your 20? Essential Tracks 1994-2014 tracklist:

Disc 1:

1. I Must Be High
2. Box Full of Letters
3. Passenger Side
4. Casino Queen
5. Misunderstood
6. Red-Eyed and Blue
7. I Got You (At the End of the Century)
8. Monday
9. Outtasite (Outta Mind)
10. Sunken Treasure
11. California Stars
12. Hesitating Beauty
13. A Shot in the Arm
14. Can’t Stand It
15. She’s a Jar
16. I’m Always In Love
17. How to Fight Loneliness
18. Via Chicago
19. Airline to Heaven

Disc 2:

1. I Am Trying to Break Your Heart
2. I’m the Man Who Loves You
3. War on War
4. Jesus Etc.
5. Ashes of American Flags
6. Heavy Metal Drummer
7. Hummingbird
8. Theologians
9. Handshake Drugs
10. The Late Greats
11. Hate It Here
12. Impossible Germany
13. Walken
14. Wilco (The Song)
15. You and I
16. You Never Know
17. I Might
18. Born Alone
19. Whole Love

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