The band that perpetually creates anachronistic music ina far, distant future returns to the present to revisit apast collaboration. Evil mastermind Scott McCaughey and his sonic frontiersmen are joined by the uber-handsome members of Wilco as they create 7 tracks previously unreleased on compact disc. The venerable CNN calls him "the unstoppable man ofmusic." Not to be outdone _ Scott calls himself one of "three of the greatest songwriters of our time." Scott's got it all and he's not afraid to flaunt it. Do you like slow songs? He'll do it. How about rockers? Oh yeah, he knows how to do that, too. Lay down your arms and accept that your fate has beenpredetermined by the sarcastic avalanche of pop that seems to spew endlessly from Scott's mind. You loved them on Down With Wilco, so why not take the plunge into this sea of newly recorded material, alternate versions, and a video? Features performances from Peter Buck (R. E.M.), Ken Stringfellow (the Posies), Rebecca Gates (Spinanes), the mighty men of Wilco, and everyone else who Scott has on speed dial.
Formerly Hail Centurion
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