"The Micheal Jordan of drunk driving played his final game tonight"

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No Code (album) by Pearl Jam

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No Code
No Code by Pearl Jam (1996)
Overall rank: 943rd   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
Average Rating: 
75/100 (from 381 votes)
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Accolades: Award Top albums of 1996 (25th)
Award Top albums of the 1990s (199th)
Award Top 1,000 albums of all time (943rd)

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Pearl Jam bestography

No Code is ranked 4th best out of 75 albums by Pearl Jam on BestEverAlbums.com.

The best album by Pearl Jam is Ten which is ranked number 41 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 46,612.

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Members who like this album also like: Ten by Pearl Jam, Vs. by Pearl Jam and Vitalogy by Pearl Jam.

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90/100
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.
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95/100
From ExTeaSea
My favorite Pearl Jam album.
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90/100
I like this change of pace, better than Vs. and Vitalogy in my opinion. 7.5/10.
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80/100
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" )...
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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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85/100
so underrated it hurts
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80/100
I recognize these songs from the Jones Beach live album and they are fantastic live... studio recording is lacking that energy. Solid songs, but lack energy I was expecting. Still good sounding record.

It's not common to like live music over studio work... in my opinion that usually means the artist is significantly "better". Almost anyone can sound good in the studio.

Songs that I really liked because I know their potential from the live show are:
Sometimes
In My Tree
Smile
Off He Goes
Red Mosquito
Present Tense
Mankind
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75/100
This is okay Pearl Jam. There aren't really any classic songs. It's better than Yield and Riot Act

Smile, Off He Goes, Lukin are the best songs this album offers

Hail Hail and Habit are straight forward standard Pearl Jam rockers


Present Tense and Red Mosquito are pretty good

Who You Are has eastern influence but its a bit of a thruway

In My Tree has strange production work on it

Sometimes is a bland opener

Mankind is trash.

It's closing three songs are underwhelming.

After the first 3 great albums, No Code is a bit of a let down
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From Gionzi
Good, surely not the best by PJ but not bad. No masterpieces raising the bar, but many nice pieces.
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My favorite Pearl Jam album. Listened to it every day at one point.
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