I'm surprised there's no thread on this one yet... New Wilco albums these days are as anticipated and buzzworthy as new Radiohead albums- and as divisive. A Ghost Is Born finds Tweedy wearing his heart on his sleeve more than before, especially in his vocal intonation. Meanwhile, the album favors heavy distortion and more urgent, driving sounds. I personally really like it. It seems to have elements of Radiohead, Porcupine Tree, old school Television, yet with a singer more enjoyable than any of these bands. The biggest gripe: the second-to-last track has over 10 minutes of just noise and distortion. I hate it when bands do this kind of crap. However, the other long tune, Spiders, is really great.