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|12. Aye Davanita|
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Vitalogy reaffirms the Seattle quintet's status as the principled, proudly confused voice of a generation. On their third album, they've found their footing as a raw, forward-looking '90s rock act that fearlessly tackles the Biggest Questions. Lead track "Spin the Black Circle" celebrates the healing power of Eddie Vedder's LP collection, but it is overshadowed by such masterstrokes as "Immortality" (which can be read, right or wrong, as a reaction to Kurt Cobain's suicide), the Lennonesque "Tremor Christ" and a thrilling anthem for the pro-choice movement, "Whipping." --Jeff Bateman
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Top Customer Reviews
In my opinion it deserves a lot more than 4.3/5 stars. Give it a chance, and listen through the album a few times and I think you'll find it's an absolute masterpiece. All the tracks are great; "Last Exit", "Not for You", "Tremor Christ", "Corduroy", and "Immortality" notably. "Immortality" being one of the best songs they've ever created. Even other tracks like "Satan's Bed" (which is a very funky song) and "Bugs" which is just plain cool. And their radio hits "Nothingman" and "Betterman".
Pearl Jam's latest album 'Riot Act', is quite similar to Vitalogy. If you love Vitalogy, I think you'll love Riot Act. It even has the same sort of packaging as Vitalogy, very cool. Buy this CD now if you love Pearl Jam or alternative/grunge music AND have an open mind!
Most recent customer reviews
Great album.... with the exception of a few songs lol. Product arrived in perfect condition.Published 11 months ago by Ted
Thought not their best, still a really good album. It is a combination of great slow songs, great fast songs, and dumb "experimental" songs. Read morePublished on April 8 2005
This album is great. To any Pearl Jam fan who enjoyed "No Code" and "Binaural", this repesents the (for the most part) heavier side of the triangle. Read morePublished on May 25 2004 by Chris
If only Pearl Jam had decided to drop two or three songs, this could be a five-star album. As it is, it's a great album full of some of their very best songs. Read morePublished on May 24 2004 by Lauren
Vitalogy is a solid entry, and is worth of praise. Most will know this album for yet another radio staple (remember no music videos) The haunting and brilliant "Better... Read morePublished on May 5 2004 by Brian Baisden