No Code (studio album) by Pearl Jam
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The best album by Pearl Jam is Ten which is ranked number 49 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 20,754.
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Final de sua grande fase, clássico!
Obviously not as good as Vs or Ten, but it's a decent album. Highlights are Red Mosquito and Smile.
Pearl Jam’s last artistic statement before making increasingly safer albums (probably due to this albums poor reception).
Opener Sometimes is low key and a nice contrast to all previous openers, Hail Hail is probably my favourite song here, the upbeat songs tend to be great in fact, Smile reminds me a lot of Neil Young, Red Mosquito and Lukin are both great as well, Habit is a little straightforward but decent. Some great slower, more reflective cuts in Off he Goes and Present Tense as well.
There are some moments that bog the album down though Who You Are, I’m Open and Round The Bend don’t really do much for me and Mankind is a song I still don’t know if I love or hate.
Definitely check this one out , probably be something you’ll like on here as it’s a really diverse record.
This album was the dividing line of Pearl Jam’s studio work. Their first 3 albums had enough radio friendly hits to keep the huge bandwagon fans and hype surrounding the band. This album at the time was a disappointment for myself included. Now that I look back at it the album is very good. It was a deep breath for the band a more mature recording. The 1st half at least should have been satisfying enough for bandwagons but they moved on to something else and Pearl Jam continued on this path for the foreseeable future making solid respectable work.
One of the best Pearl Jam album
In Ten, Vs, and Vitalogy PJ rushed with anguish through social and personal conflicts.
This is an album based on sound exploration and a more metaphysical pondering. You've seen them experience life and now is time to consider their approach to it.
I love this album.
My favorite Pearl Jam album.
I like this change of pace, better than Vs. and Vitalogy in my opinion. 7.5/10.
L'album in cui riescono a staccarsi dai cliché del grunge e lo fanno su due fronti: nella scrittura, con canzoni che si differenziano in diversi stili ( "Nessun codice", appunto ) arrivando ad evocare certe atmosfere del Ry Cooder di vent'anni prima, in alcuni casi, e poi nel suono, limpido, curato nei dettagli. Contiene anche uno dei miei brani preferiti del gruppo ( "In my tree" )...
Their most diverse album, which also marked a significant change of style after the first 3 more classick rock inspired releases. It's a very good and consistent album, although lacking in killer songs.
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