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Old 09-17-2009, 03:26 PM   #391
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The new album euphoria has come down a wee bit for me after listening to it quite a few times. lol. I still stand by my praises though. Very good album!

last unicorn, careful if you're expecting it to sound like Into The Wild. There's pretty much only one song reminiscent of that album. There are a couple of other beautiful mellow numbers as well but mostly it rocks!
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Old 09-17-2009, 05:22 PM   #392
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That's actually Brendan O'Brien playing. Boom will have some great material to work with on the tour though.

Unthought Known
is it? naturally figured it was boom.
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Old 09-17-2009, 05:37 PM   #393
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Thanks to a smart shipping strategy from 10club:
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Zip Codes beginning with 0-3 shipped Monday
Zip Codes beginning with 4-6 shipped Tuesday
Zip Codes beginning with 7-9 Ship Today.
All INT CD orders have shipped.
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I received the 10c edition Backspacer CD in today's mail.

After 1 spin, really like it.
A pretty well rounded album, a tad short being the only complaint.

Just Breathe and The End could definitely have beeen on "Into the Wild"

Really digging Got Some and Supersonc.

No obvious weak spots...coughWhiteasSnowcough.
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Old 09-18-2009, 01:37 PM   #394
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Picked it up today and I´m loving it!
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Old 09-18-2009, 01:41 PM   #395
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some of the recent american bootlegs are for sale on pearljam.com now... holding out for the european gigs, which they say should come soon.
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Old 09-21-2009, 07:39 AM   #396
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some of the recent american bootlegs are for sale on pearljam.com now... holding out for the european gigs, which they say should come soon.
Unfortunately the Toronto boot only comes with the main set, if it came with all the preset goodies, it would be a definite buy.
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Old 09-21-2009, 10:39 AM   #397
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I'm seeing them tomorrow night in Seattle!

I'm going to try and pick up the album today and give it a few spins before the show.
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I'm seeing them tomorrow night in Seattle!

I'm going to try and pick up the album today and give it a few spins before the show.
I was thinking of doing the same, I'm seeing them next Monday. Are they playing a decent amount of tracks from the new album, officianados, or am I better off getting something else?
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I was thinking of doing the same, I'm seeing them next Monday. Are they playing a decent amount of tracks from the new album, officianados, or am I better off getting something else?
They've just finished a month long break from touring (first show on this new leg is tonight), so nobody knows how much of the new album they'll be playing yet. Now that it's actually out there for sale, though, I expect they'll play a healthy amount of tracks from it. If not the majority of it. There's seriously no way to accurately predict a Pearl Jam setlist. Sooooooooo, yeah, you could buy the new one. Or you could do what I told you weeks ago and buy all of their albums. Or you could get the Best Of. Choose your own adventure.

EDIT: Oh, and have fun Cori!
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Hoping for some Amongst the Waves/Unthought Known goodness tonight... Have fun y'all at the gig!
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Wow, I'm totally lovin' Backspacer. The Fixer and Johnny Guitar are my favorites right now.
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Hoping for some Amongst the Waves/Unthought Known goodness tonight
Your wish came true. They've already played both of those songs tonight. Hopefully someone got some quality video of that shit.
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Here's Unthought Known:



Hmmm... There they go again with the speeding-up thing they've being doing in the last 5 years or so (Corduroy, Given To Fly and State of Love and Trust are played way too fast these days). Sounds like some kind of a mellow punk song... and where is Boom in the mix? Piano made that song work. I'm sure the bootleg will fix that though.

The whole setlist BTW:

Main set: Long Road, Corduroy, Gonna See My Friend, Got Some, Hail Hail, Amongst The Waves, Daughter, Even Flow, Johnny Guitar, Unthought Known, World Wide Suicide, Small Town, Off He Goes, Down, Save You, The Fixer, Life Wasted

Encore: Just Breathe*, The End*, Inside Job, Rearviewmirror

Encore 2: Given To Fly, Do the Evolution, Better Man, The Real Me*, Indifference, Alive

*played with the Octava String Quartet
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i wholeheartedly disagree with your assessment that corduroy, given to fly and state of love and trust are being played too fast live.
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Ouch.

Pitchfork: Album Reviews: Pearl Jam: Backspacer
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