37. A Ghost Is Born featured the song "Less Than You Think", which
included a fifteen-minute track of electronic noises and synthesizers,
which Tweedy called "the track that everyone will hate". Here's how
Tweedy justified the inclusion of the song: "I know ninety-nine
percent of our fans won't like that song, they'll say it's a
ridiculous indulgence. Even I don't want to listen to it every time I
play through the album. But the times I do calm myself down and pay
attention to it, I think it's valuable and moving and cathartic. I
wouldn't have put it on the record if I didn't think it was great ...
I wanted to make an album about identity, and within that is the idea
of a higher power, the idea of randomness, and that anything can
happen, and that we can't control it."