Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by Ari Schor, Oct 8, 2001.

  1. Ari Schor

    Ari Schor

    Mar 3, 2000
    Alright...i just recieved some valuable info from a dude from HMV (music store)....Hits and Rarities albums comes out AROUND NOVEMBER 6TH!!!!!!!!!!!:D :D :D
  2. Relman, Excellent!!! :)
    I've been hoping for ages that they would release something like that.
    Whoa, Im gonna be broke, first a live Radiohead CD and now Pearl Jam!
    Anyone know anything about the next proper Pearl Jam album?
  3. Ari Schor

    Ari Schor

    Mar 3, 2000
    hmm...i think they are going to start recording in early maybe an album after summer...

    it's gonna be their last album on this label...maybe they'll go indie again!!!!:)
  4. purple_haze


    Jun 29, 2001
    London Town

    Great news.
  5. Hopefully the new one will be better then Binural...
  6. Ari Schor

    Ari Schor

    Mar 3, 2000
    I liked's not the greatest, but it's pretty good! But then again...i love every PJ album... :)
  7. seamus


    Feb 8, 2001
    Just curious - Does anyone thing any of their other albums ever measured up to Ten?

    I like some of the other albums for sure, but something about Ten stands above the rest for me. The other thing is, although I dig Matt Cameron a lot, I always liked the drummer on Ten, I thought he was the perfect fit.

    By the way, I don't have the disk with me. Who was the drummer on Ten anyway? I know they've gone through a few throughout the years. I think I remember that they replaced the drummer just as they went on their first tour, so I don't know if the drummer they toured with is the same on the album.
  8. Ari Schor

    Ari Schor

    Mar 3, 2000
    The drummer in Ten was Dave Kruesen...and he was AWESOME...please check out the version of porch they did in SNL (the video, if you can)...then came Dave Abrussezze, Jack Irons and Matt Cameron...i love everyone except matt, he just doesn't seem to have a true feel for the songs live...

    Well...i think that the great thing about Pearl Jam is that no two records are the have Ten, which defined the so-called "seattle sound", then Versus (my fav) was a complete turn, then by Vitalogy they got very artsy, No Code was raw energy, Yield was a more solid album, and Binaural was a great experiment...

    I love Versus though...:)

    Long live PJ!!!!!!!
  9. All their records are cool. But I'd have to agree with Relman... Vs. is my personal fave. In my opinion it's just as good as ten if not better. It's heavier yet softer than their other records, and just killer all around. But after that I think No Code and Yield are very good. I'm too into Vitalogy and I still haven't bought Binaural. I've heard most of the tunes off it though, through the bootlegs and stuff but I guess I'll check it out sometime.
  10. Ari Schor

    Ari Schor

    Mar 3, 2000
    hey...are you Yamahabassdude from
  11. Yeah I am. You're Bazman from right?
  12. Ari Schor

    Ari Schor

    Mar 3, 2000

    welcome to talkbass!:)
  13. Alright sweet. Thanks man.
  14. Hey relman when you first listened to Pearl Jam did you pick up how good jeff's lines were from the beginning? I didn't. It wasn't til maybe a year or so listening to them and seeing the Single Video Theory that I really starting to dig his lines. They're just PERFECT for the song both studio and live. I just wish they'd turn him up, cause I mean he's great. Definitely an underrated bassist.
  15. Ari Schor

    Ari Schor

    Mar 3, 2000
    actually, i got into pearl jam aroun Versus, and one of the first tunes i heard was "Rats" so when i picked up bass (99) i was playing jeff's lines from the beginning.
  16. Binaural is actually my favorite Pearl Jam album. 'Nothing As It Seems' is probably my favorite PJ song, but its definately hard to choose!
    Ten is probably the definative PJ album, but it is probably the one I listen to least these days. Apart from Binaural, I would listen to 'Vs' and 'Yeild' the most.
    I definately agree with Relman, every PJ album is completely different, each has a completely different feel to it. Thats what makes them so cool, you can never get bored with their sound.
  17. LimoWreck909


    Oct 5, 2001
    I'm going to contend that Vitology is the best Pearl Jam album. I just think it rocks harder than any of the other albums. even Ten. Vs. and Yield are close behind though. and of course I love Ten, and No Code, and Binaural. I've always loved Live on Two Legs. So In other words, I like every single album. They are all so different it's hard to compare.
  18. Boplicity

    Boplicity Supporting Member

    "Ten" remains my favorite Pearl Jam album. Little they have made since has done much for me. It might just be because of the time of my life when "Ten" came out.

    One moves on. Pearl Jam moved on too. I guess I couldn't respect them if they'd put out every album as "Ten" with different names. They have dared to experiment and grow, but they and I grew apart in the process. That's Okay. They picked up many fans to replace me.
  19. catwig1


    Mar 4, 2001
    Brighton, UK
    Hey, don't forget Dave Grohl toured with them for a while around '94. I love all the albums but Ten is the best, partly because of the period and the way the band gells. I think the version of GTF on Touring Band 2000 is really cool and I would like to see more with the interpreter. Jeff playing is one of the reasons I started playing. I'm in the process of defretting a bass to try and get his frettless sound.

  20. Ari Schor

    Ari Schor

    Mar 3, 2000
    There's an easier way...if you got 3K laying around you could get a Wal...:D