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  • Audio CD (Oct. 19 1993)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD-ROM
  • Label: Sony Music
  • ASIN: B0000028UK
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 184 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #9,528 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Go
2. Animal
3. Daughter
4. Glorified G.
5. Dissident
6. W.M.A.
7. Blood
8. Rearviewmirror
9. Rats
10. Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town
11. Leash
12. Indifference

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Format: Audio CD
I said Pearl Jam is God? No. This album is the best follow-up album ever created and known to man. Following in the footsteps of their first album 'Ten', Pearl Jam combines hard rock with down-to-earth truth along with some slower songs that just show off Eddie Vedder's illuminating vocals. The song writing on this album is some of Pearl Jam's best with the songs 'Small Town' and 'Dissident'. Here's a more detailed song review:
01 Go - the starter is a hard hitter, very Pearl Jamish and grunge.
02 Animal - Vedder stresses the chorus, it's brilliant.
03 Daughter - one of Pearl Jam's most known songs, a very discriptive story telling song, excellent
04 Glorified G - one of my favourite Pearl Jam songs. A fast paced fun song to listen to, some people may mix up the lyrics but the message is clear to me
05 Dissident - check out the amazing lyrics
06 WMA - I don't know why a lot of people don't give this song a chance, it's actually really well written and performed. I love the 'police man' part
07 Blood - a lot of people I know don't really enjoy this song, I don't know why. Always been one of my favourites on this album. Very hard, Vedder is screaming with angst, pure grunge at its best
08 Rearviewmirror - though this song has been a bit overplayed (since it was my sister's favourite for years), it's still an amazing song.
09 Rats - Ament shines on bass on this classic Pearl Jam song. I love the lyrics as well
10 Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town - often short formed to 'Small Town', this slower, fun-to-sing-to song is one of Pearl Jam's best.
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Format: Audio CD
Pearl Jam deserve SO much more than this rating system can even BEGIN to show. I've listened to this album SO much that I know every single pick scratch or feedback sqeuak the guitar puts out. Eddie Vedder has one of the greatest voices ever: PERIOD! This whole album (like most of their albums) can be played through and put on repeat like a billion times. The political lyrics are great and Aaron Lewis, nor that egotistical Creed puker can TOUCH him. This band shines through in it's genre LONG before bands like Glassjaw and others put foot in the area of this type of guitar styling etc. Ed has the most passionate voice ever. I think if you look mostly anywhere in music today you'll find elements of Ed: look at Nathan Grey of Boysetsfire. I don't know how many singles were squeezed out of this album; but ALL the tracks deserve attention. WMA: GREAT F'N SONG! The opening track: TIGHT AS HELL. ALL the tracks are the tightest thing to happen to music. Needless to say: if you haven't heard of this band yet; get off your f'n ass and check'em out! HAVE YOU LIVED IN A BOX YOUR WHOLE LIFE?!
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If you don't know, this is the follow up to 1991's TEN, the best album Pearl Jam would ever do, and they knew this, so instead of trying to copy the formula behind their first album (straight ahead, pure, solid, han banging grunge) to secure a sucessful follow up, they decided to write songs that sounded nothing like their debut. The album starts with Go and Animal. Both are songs that will eventually het stuck in your head, eventually being the key. Daughter is much softer then the album openers. it was the lead off single for Pearl Jam. It is one of their top 10 best. You WILL love this song, and as a matter of fact, as you start listenig to the samples of the songs above, you will wonder if the album is worth buying if this is the best song, but this is only because the rest of the songs take a while to get in to. trust me. I came across this album a year ago, and am still listening to it once a week. the songs after this are dissident and glorified g. both you will find stuck in your head after you lsiten to daughter to much. of the two glorified g is my favorite, and as a matter of fact, glorified g has become my favorite on the album. the sixth track is good, creepy and strange, but good. the rest of the tracks are good, you'll like them, but the only other track bast teh first six you will find yourself always skipping to is elderly woman behind the counter(or whatever it is). it is soft, sweet, and certainly a sing along. This album is very good, consistent, and probably the second best pearl jam album. I personally recommend it to anyone who likes pearl jam, and doesn't mind singing to them instead of head banging. I would rate ir higher, but I can't give it four and a half, and because of the greatness of ten, and their best songs being on vitalogy, i can only give it a four.
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Format: Audio CD
Simply after the recording of "Ten" they worked more on their composing skills,practisise more on guitars - and after hard work they have recorded hte best Pearl jam's album.this is much much Better than "Ten".while the sound and production of their legendary debut album was uneven,here the sound is perfect...
guitars are edgy and massive, Jeff Ament on bass never been so fantastic and dave's heavy drumming is making this record too.
Eddie's vocals are sounding more powerfull.Lyrics seems to be more inspiring.Simply EVERYTHING IS PERFECT.
Songs sound more proffesional...at last Pearl Jam made some experiments with sounds - Heavy tribal drums and gloomy guitars are a perfect background for the incredibly dark "Wma"...
"Blood","dissident","animal","rats" are showing Band more powerfull than ever in playing grunge.the songs are full of energy.oh - and "Indifference" is the most haunting and beautifull ballads of modern rock...i am serious.
If you like pearl jam, you will love it after listening to this album.if you already know "ten" (which is a must have album too) you will be suprised how deep and rich is this one.
It is Pearl Jam's best album ever...get it now!
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