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Old 01-07-2006, 01:56 PM   #16
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i would like to recommend my favorite pearl jam song, located on the jeremy single - yellow ledbetter

http://s52.you sendit.com/d.aspx?id=3CLBUKK09ZTS136KC1BN0UU9IT
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The last two albums are inferior but still good.

I would rank the albums like that:
1. No Code
2. Vs.
3. Vitalogy
4. Yield
5. Ten
6. Riot Act
7. Binatural

But all are worth a listening.
My favourite songs are Alive, Corduroy, In My Tree, Off He Goes, Rearviewmirror, Daughter and Hail Hail

I hope you like them... they're my 2nd favourite band
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i would like to recommend my favorite pearl jam song, located on the jeremy single - yellow ledbetter

http://s52.you sendit.com/d.aspx?id=3CLBUKK09ZTS136KC1BN0UU9IT
that song is awesome thanks a lot
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well if you're a u2 fan trying to get into pearl jam, i'd suggest the toronto bootleg from this past year...

here's a free sample...

http://www.u2security.com/homecomingsmalltown.

(copy and paste the link and add m p 3 to the end.
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well if you're a u2 fan trying to get into pearl jam, i'd suggest the toronto bootleg from this past year...

here's a free sample...

http://www.u2security.com/homecomingsmalltown.

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that's great!!!! thanks!
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^^ good song headache .. thanxs
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The last two albums are inferior but still good.

I would rank the albums like that:
1. No Code
2. Vs.
3. Vitalogy
4. Yield
5. Ten
6. Riot Act
7. Binatural

But all are worth a listening.
My favourite songs are Alive, Corduroy, In My Tree, Off He Goes, Rearviewmirror, Daughter and Hail Hail

I hope you like them... they're my 2nd favourite band
I concur with your ranking order

Typhoon is absolutely right about the compilations...they're worth picking up. In fact, Rearviewmirror features a few of the overproduced tracks from Ten and brings them back down to earth, makes them more listenable. Lost Dogs is full of quirky and relatively unheard of stuff. (I really love Sad, from the first disc.)

Pearl Jam are incredible live. They may be the best live act in the world. This said, all shows are great. I've been fortunate enough to see them three times, with two of these right here in my very tiny province. The most definitive show, however, may be the hometown Seattle concert on November 6th, 2000.

As well, if you happen to be a Neil Young fan, PJ were his backing band for the album Mirror Ball. That was a very cool moment in time.

Good luck with your collection
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