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Old 08-29-2006, 09:48 PM   #31
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Memories of the fall of '96

I actually bought it on cassette to go in my Walkman ..seems like a hundred years ago in that way. I love this album, because I think it's PJ at their most introspective and yearning-for-something-other phase.

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edit: Binaural is the only one I don't have yet.
you need to get it! it gets a bit boring after a while, but it's worth anyway. it's probably their most derivative and "with balls" album...

it has one of their worst tracks ever - evacuation - but besides that... 3 good rockers - brakerfall, gods dice and grievance , and then lots of slower stuff. Beautiful songs like light years, thin air or parting ways, and some very interesting stuff like nothing as it seems, of the girl, insignificance or sleight of hand. all this songs sound like no other in pearl jam's catalog.
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Ten is the only one I can actually sit and listen to. I'm in "Pearl Jam blew it after Ten" camp. Everything else seems pretentious and shoddy to me. Don't hate.
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you need to get it! it gets a bit boring after a while, but it's worth anyway. it's probably their most derivative and "with balls" album...

it has one of their worst tracks ever - evacuation - but besides that... 3 good rockers - brakerfall, gods dice and grievance , and then lots of slower stuff. Beautiful songs like light years, thin air or parting ways, and some very interesting stuff like nothing as it seems, of the girl, insignificance or sleight of hand. all this songs sound like no other in pearl jam's catalog.
Thanks for that quick review. Yeah, I really want to get it sometime soon. This one as well as Radiohead's Pablo Honey!

But I don't understand what you mean by derivative and "with balls"!!! Isn't being derivative a bad thing?
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Hate to say it but...TEN.
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I found Binaural in the library!
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2>. Vitalogy
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Thanks for that quick review. Yeah, I really want to get it sometime soon. This one as well as Radiohead's Pablo Honey!

But I don't understand what you mean by derivative and "with balls"!!! Isn't being derivative a bad thing?
well, looks like I fucked up the meanings... I wanted to say that Binaural is, probably, the album in which they got away the most from their "original sound", the album where they risked even more. I thought "derivative" meant that...
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well, looks like I fucked up the meanings... I wanted to say that Binaural is, probably, the album in which they got away the most from their "original sound", the album where they risked even more. I thought "derivative" meant that...
"Derivative" generally means you sound more like someone else, and less original. It's definitely not a compliment.
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"Derivative" generally means you sound more like someone else, and less original. It's definitely not a compliment.
okay, thanks for the explanation it's meaning is totally the opposite of what I thought...
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well, looks like I fucked up the meanings... I wanted to say that Binaural is, probably, the album in which they got away the most from their "original sound", the album where they risked even more. I thought "derivative" meant that...
No worries. I know now what you meant.
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You might have been referring to "Jumping the shark".

http://www.urbandictionary.com/defin...jump+the+shark
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I found Binaural in the library!
Binaural never gets any love.
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