by Pearl Jam

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Track Listing

1 Breakerfall
2 God's Dice
3 Evacuation
4 Light Years
5 Nothing As It Seems
6 Thin Air
7 Insignificance
8 Of the Girl
9 Grievance
10 Rival
11 Sleight of Hand
12 Soon Forget
13 Parting Ways

Featured Artist: Mitchell Froom

Genre: Rock & Pop
  • Genre: Popular Music
  • Release Date: March 2008
  • Label: Epic (USA)
  • Format: CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Audio Format: Stereo
  • Producer: Pearl Jam; Tchad Blake
  • Engineer: Matt Bayles
Music Reviews

Editorial Reviews

Rolling Stone (6/8/00, pp.117-8) - 3.5 stars out of 5 - "...A warts-and-all comes across as part of an extended conversation among the band....delving into jumpy post-punk and somber meditations, tightly wound folk rock and turbulent, neopsychedelic rockers..."

Spin (7/00, p.149) - 7 out of 10 - "...[They] relax into rock's postures and refine them....Everything you want is still there - goofy experimentalism, guitar frenzy, Eddie's self-abusive wail. It's just more solid, more clear..."

Entertainment Weekly (5/19/00, p.74) - "...Features more vulnerability than anger in its probing words....featuring the most forceful riffs since their best work, VS..." - Rating: B+

Q (7/00, p.121) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Easy to listen to....When Pearl jam's close to special....Grunge may have died, but Pearl Jam it seems will never be slayed..."

Magnet (8-9/00, pp.86-7) - "...Near-brilliant...[they] are bravely going into the woods....jolts of psychological amphetamines [and] smoldering slabs of sonic complexity..."

CMJ (5/29/00, p.3) - "...The group delivers a well-rounded work of earthy rock....confidently vacillating between epic power rock, slower, and experimental spacious tracks....[proving] Pearl Jam is still capable of sheer brilliance..."

NME (Magazine) (5/13/00, p.33) - 9 out of 10 - "...It's a seething, furious album; a declamatory statement against cynicism and passivity and the simple injustices of everyday life....An object lesson in rock'n'roll from some true believers, [it] burns with the intensity and desperation of a last stand..."

Customer Reviews