Ode to Joy by Wilco

Ode to Joy [Wilco] Album Songs

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1 4:10
2 3:22
3 3:43
4 5:49
5 2:59
6 3:12
7 3:02
8 4:57
9 3:33
10 3:58
11 3:46
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Ode to Joy by Wilco Album Reviews

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- Wilco has been mailing it in for awhile3 star

Jeff Tweedy gave into age, put on a ton of weight, somewhere in the mid-2000's. This album, like their last several, seem like a band that is either coasting, or creatively bereft of ideas. And to me, that comes down to JT. He needs to find a way to get back to that crazy angry guy that was engine for much transcendental rock music over his first 20 years. Lately, it sounds like a guy fighting off insomnia. And naming an album Star Wars, whether its "ironic" or not, is just a total cop out creatively.

- Boo-Hoo5 star

Aww...the ADHD generation can’t handle anything that isn’t instantly gratifying and hook-laden...how cute these kids are. When you’re mature enough for actual real music that pulses and glows with resonance and truth, come back to this album. Maybe, in say, 10 years when your training wheels come off...

- Warm III1 star

Absolute fan of this band since YHF. I get super-pumped for the new releases, and just like the last one, a complete letdown. While some reviewers here missed it on Star Wars, this album is devoid of hooks or anything upbeat for that matter. (I recommend people wishing for that to go back and listen to SW again and leave this thing be). These songs could’ve been nurtured a little more in my opinion and brightened up in the mix. Seemed like this material was just leftovers from the Tweedy solo records and they wanted to get back to the road and slapped together this um, piece together in a flash. So when the next album is due out, I’ll cool my jets and cross my fingers it’s not Warmest or Schmilco II. LET NELS ROCK

- Come on guys! WTH!1 star

This and their last couple of releases are really grating and hard to enjoy. This whole downtempo/lo-fi stuff they've been putting out lately is just not cutting it for this Wilco fan AT ALL! Come on guys, what's up with that? We all know you can do better! I don't know if Jeff is just in a rut or what, but man, they need to get their mojo back or something. PASS on this one. Very disappointing!

- Best intentions...3 star

Every time I sit down to listen, I start out with the best of intentions, but ultimately my mind wanders and I start thinking about other things. It's spacious and pretty, sure, but it's also a snooze. Flowers are beautiful,as well, but sitting and staring at them gets boring after awhile.

- What happened to Wilco..1 star

Yikes. Ode to Joy is rythemless and rudderless, just like every album since Jay Bennett left the group after YHF. One or two decent songs stand out only because the rest are just so utterly forgetable. Bands evolve, yes, but this is so far from the terrific music Wilco made 15-20 years ago they should change the name of the band. I have tickets to an upcoming show, this will be deleted the morning after.

- It takes several listens5 star

The album grew on me after several listens, their best since The Whole Love.

- So Boring!1 star

I am a big Wilco fan, I gave this a try, and then gave up. Slow, boring, songs.

- Excellent Effort5 star

I enjoy the subtle, almost hidden, complexity that each band member brings to the songs. For me this is craftsmanship and no one member is specifically outdoing the other, they all do what is right for the mood of the song. This is a good return to form. I cant wait to hear the songs live.

- Ode to zzzzzzz1 star

I’m sorry, but this album slogs along at an unbearable (lack of) pace. I wish Jeff Tweedy would sing and not just mumble his way through every song. Why bother making this kind of music anymore?

- Ouch1 star

Used to love them years ago. There last bunch of albums seem monotonous and dull. Keep checking back to see if they have a 2nd life. That may be hopeless. Looks like some like it so I guess that’s good for them.

- Let it Grow4 star

As has been the case for multiple recent Wilco releases, such as Star Wars, I needed 3 or 4 listens for me to appreciate what is on offer here. I have now grown to love this album, as my expectations for upbeat, catchy songs has been replaced by the reality of what this album provides. There are a couple duds IMO, most notably "Citizens," but the rest of the tracks I have found something to relate to, and thouroughly enjoy.

- conscious and deep5 star

For those of you who don't get the underlying message here, just look around at the state of things. Encapsulating the division, racism, religious intolerance and general hate among many. With an overarching theme of emotional lability (from sadness and depression at the injustices being committed every single day, to the bursting anger at what is happening), to the need to step back and try to commentate on the state of things as a way to separate from the toxic nature of social discourse these days. Amazing band who is unconcerned with going in a direction that doesn't immediately grab you with hooks and superficial charm. This one will grow on you.

- Zzzz1 star

Insert poop emoji

- Not sure yet3 star

I’ll give it a few more listens but it’s kind of dull. Jeff Tweedy’s recent solo album was great so I’m not sure what’s going on with this one. YHF raised the bar so high, you know?

- What happened to Wilco1 star

What's happened to them. They were great and now ....this!! Almost as bad as Tweedy's solo album. Oh well!

- Ehhh.2 star

0-3 in their last three records. Songs are iffy, this acoustic lo-fi thing is way old, and every song from their last three albums is interchangeable. Everything sounds the same. It's just me, I guess. If you dig it, more power to you.

- What happened?1 star

It’s like they aren’t even trying anymore. They basically benched Nels and went with a rendition of repetitive depressing dribble. I really was hoping the band would return to greatness but this may be the worst album yet, and that’s saying something after Star Wars and Schmlo or whatever that album was called. Is this the same band that made sky blue sky and yankee foxtrot?

- Wonderfully Weird5 star

This is Wilco's weirdest record since Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, and that is high praise. YHF is still my favorite Wilco LP, and it might retain that spot, but this one will rank right up there with it. I love all Jeff's stuff (especially WARM), but I find that the more eclectic material has a longer shelf life. For example, I'm a little burnt out on Being There, but Sunken Treasure is eternal. I think this one will stay with you a long, long time.

- Huh?1 star

This is garbage.

- So far so good3 star

I hope this can cut our summer teeth. Need to reboot here

- Underrated5 star

Such a great band with amazing songs. Nice comeback.

- Yes!5 star



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"Ode to Joy" (German: "An die Freude" [an diː ˈfʁɔʏdə]) is an ode written in the summer of 1785 by German poet, playwright, and historian Friedrich Schiller and published the following year in Thalia. A slightly revised version appeared in 1808, changing two lines of the first and omitting the last stanza. "Ode to Joy" is best known for its use by Ludwig van Beethoven in the final (fourth) movement of his Ninth Symphony, completed in 1824. Beethoven's text is not based entirely on Schiller's poem, and introduces a few new sections. His tune (but not Schiller's words) was adopted as the "Anthem of Europe" by the Council of Europe in 1972 and subsequently by the European Union. Rhodesia's national anthem from 1974 until 1979, "Rise, O Voices of Rhodesia", used the tune of "Ode to Joy"..

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