No Code (album) by Pearl Jam
In total, there are 22 music albums by Pearl Jam which appear in the greatest album charts and No Code is NOT ranked as the best. The best album by Pearl Jam is Ten which is ranked number 33 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 26,958.
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No Code track list
|1.||Sometimes||80/100 (17 votes)|
|2.||Hail, Hail||80/100 (19 votes)|
|3.||Who You Are||78/100 (16 votes)|
|4.||In My Tree||78/100 (17 votes)|
|5.||Smile||82/100 (20 votes)|
|6.||Off He Goes||81/100 (17 votes)|
|7.||Habit||75/100 (16 votes)|
|8.||Red Mosquito||78/100 (18 votes)|
|9.||Lukin||77/100 (15 votes)|
|10.||Present Tense||77/100 (18 votes)|
|11.||Mankind||77/100 (17 votes)|
|12.||I'm Open||75/100 (13 votes)|
|13.||Around The Bend||79/100 (16 votes)|
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Comments for the album No Code by Pearl Jam:
this album is the classic rock! and we like to think this is in the hands of Pearl Jam
Great Pearl Jam!!!! Great Album!!!!
After hearing the perfect trilogy, this album is quite weaker. But if you compare it with the rest of PJ's career you will realize that No Code is still good.
Smile and Off he goes are the best moments.
i loved this album from the very first listen in 1996, and it's still one of my favourite albums ever, sounds especially good at 3am.
Pearl Jam sounds disillusioned, exhausted or alienating with this album. It's still quality material, but not up to their usual standards.
I was one of the many that defected with this release, infact the next Pearl Jam I purchased was 'Backspacer'
I am probably one of the people they were trying to alienate with this release. And it kind of worked, I was a little disappointed. However, No Code still has more than its share of quality songs, and it's still a very good album.
It creeps in with retrospection -- "sometimes" takes account of what the narrator has done with their life in quiet fashion. "hail, hail" crashes upon this calm unease with unraveled love ending in the chorus of "If you're the only one well I'll never be enough yeah... / Hail hail the lucky ones I refer to those in love yeah... ". Thus marks the the last pearl jam album with great rocking tunes, along with "habit", "mankind" and the too-short "lukin". But this is pearl jam in introspective, Neil Young (an eddie vedder fav) mode. One of the highlights is "off he goes", an affecting reflection on a person/friend who seems to carry the weight of the world ("Know a man / His face seemed pulled and tense / Like he's ridin' on a motorbike / In the strongest winds"), attempting (at least at the bridge) to understand what the friend is going through ("It seems my preconceptions are what should have been burned / For he still smiles... And he's still strong / Nothing's changed but the surroundin' bullshit / That has grown"). It's a reflection on life you hear again in "red mosquito", which closes with that familiar refrain "if i had known then what i know now", or the spoken word piece "i'm open" where the narrator wonders "After spending half his life searching / He still felt as blank as the ceiling at which he stared / He is alive, but feels absolutely nothing, so is he?".
No, no, no, this is not the 4th best Pearl Jam album. It is not as bad as I once thought it was, either, though.
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