As far as Wilco albums go, 1999’s “Summerteeth” and 2004’s “A Ghost Is
Born,” are two of the band’s most beloved, but rarely by the same fans.
The former, the group’s third full-length, is a joyful romp of Americana
indie rock and pop, bubbling along on a turgid undercurrent of
relational struggle, drug abuse and loneliness.