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Lost Dogs Live Best of


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Nov. 11 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Best of
  • Label: Sony Music Canada Inc.
  • ASIN: B0000DYJM6
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (140 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #19,228 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. All Night
2. Sad
3. Down
4. Hitchhiker
5. Don't Gimme No Lip
6. Alone
7. In the Moonlight
8. Education
9. Black, Red, Yellow
10. U
See all 16 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Fatal
2. Other Side
3. Hard to Imagine
4. Footsteps
5. Wash
6. Dead Man Walking
7. Strangest Tribe
8. Drifting
9. Let Me Sleep
10. Last Kiss
See all 14 tracks on this disc

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By J on Oct. 10 2005
Format: Audio CD
LOST DOGS has some amazing tracks but also contains some lame material. If it was one CD it would have been their best CD since VITALOGY. However, that's just my opinion.
The keeper tracks include: ALL NIGHT, DOWN, SAD, U, UNDONE, LEAVIN' HERE, YELLOW LEDBETTER, FOOTSTEPS, OTHER SIDE and I guess you could include LAST KISS (can you say...saturation?). Many of these tracks could be great singles but for some reason they didn't make the final cut on other CDs. Too bad because these tracks would have saved BINAURAL and would have improved RIOT ACT.
There are a few other solid tracks but then there are the lesser tracks. I could do without SWEET LEW, DIRTY FRANK and GREMMIE OUT OF CONTROL, to name a few.
This would have been an amazing CD if it was a single CD. Having said that, the two CD package is still pretty good. PJ are one of my favourite bands but their later CDs tend to be a bit 'tired' and not overly original. Maybe the success of LOST DOGS will encourage the band to add some more variety to future releases. This double CD is the best thing PEARL JAM has put out in a long, long time. We've heard many of these songs before but now we have them on CD!
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By JG on May 5 2005
Format: Audio CD
Pearl Jam are all in all, the most consistent and lasting grunge band of all time. Every other band to be born out of the music scene in the early 90s has faded away, some tragically. Alice In Chains, Nirvana, and Smashing Pumpkins all were all destroyed by heroin (Jimmy Chamberlian being cut from the Smashing Pumpkins counts, and lets face the truth, Adore and MACHINA are no Gish, Siamese Dream, and Mellon Collie.) Eddie Vedder and his cronies however still stand today.
With a lasting career in music and a large range of songs and albums, Pearl Jam have come a long way in their career. Today, Eddie and co. are the same band they were in 91, but indredibly matured musically. With grunge albums Ten and Vs., cryptic and daring albums like Vitalogy and No Code, the upbeat Yield, the spaced out Binaural, and the gritty Riot Act, their is a wealth of b-sides that have been below the surface of their releases for years, which show who Pearl Jam really are at the core.
Lost Dogs is an amazing compilation because it shows who Pearl Jam are and what they are all about, greater than any A-side track in their career. We see sides of Pearl Jam that have never been seen by the public eye before, and this is the sound of who Pearl Jam really are below the serious shell we've seen all along.
Disc One has all the rockers. Songs like All Night, Undone, Down, Black, Red, and Yellow, Hitchiker, and Don't Gimme No Lip, are songs where Pearl Jam show their hidden rocking, and upbeat side. Down is the greatest example, a song where you could picture Vedder having a fun time in the studio with the band. Gremmie Out Of Control and Leavin' Here are other great examples, where the band is even humurous.
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By A Customer on June 27 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is a great CD, especially given that none of these songs were originally deemed great enough to warrant inclusion on a regular album. For greater detail about the overall greatness of the CD, see other reviews. What I'm concerned about is the lack of recognition being given to far and away the best song on this double album, a secret track at the end of the second album. The last listed song on the second CD, Bee Girl, is very short (and pretty unremarkable by the rest of the album's standards), lasting less than 2 minutes. Maybe the majority of the owners of this CD just absent-mindedly stop the CD as soon as "Bee Girl" ends, I don't know. If the CD is turned off after "Bee Girl," you lose a chance to hear one of the most beautiful songs I've ever heard. So pop some Ritalin if necesssary, and wait all the way till the six minute mark, when this masterpiece begins. Entitled "4-20-02", it is a song that Eddie recorded almost immediately upon hearing of the death of the late great Layne Staley from Alice In Chains. It is a gorgeous tribute. If you are a fan of Layne's music, then it is that much more meaningful, but the song is so melancholy and beautiful that it must stand out to anyone. Despite the presence of numerous other great songs (including Yellow Ledbetter), 4-20-02 is far and away the best.
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By A Customer on June 26 2004
Format: Audio CD
This double album sprawls with b-sides that wouldn't fit on albums, but are A-side quality. Disc one has all the rockers, standouts being "Sad", "Down", "Gremmie Out Of Control", and of course who could not forget the concert essential "Yellow Ledbetter!".
Disc two has the ballads on it. Beginning with a slow-burner "Fatal", this disc features better songs than disc one in my opinion. These are classics that shouldn't be overlooked by all PJ lovers, "Hard To Imagine" is the song that makes this collection essential. "Footsteps", "Let Me Sleep", and "Dead Man" are all amazing ballads that would understandibly not fit on the albums
All of these songs were left off the albums most likely because they didn't fit in with the mood, and it's true, never have Pearl Jam sounded so upbeat, and funny even! on songs here, and also, never have they been so emotional as they are on the ballads here. If I could pick an album to truly define Pearl Jam, Lost Dogs would be the one that shows what the band is all about.
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