Pearl Jam (The Avocado Album) (studio album) by Pearl Jam
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The best album by Pearl Jam is Ten which is ranked number 50 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 24,761.
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Um dos mais crus da década, é memorável e não muito valorizado, uma pena.
Excellent album. One of my favourite by pearl jam.
Simply: Pearl Jam
The title resumes all the is to say on this work. Simply Pearl Jam in all their faces.
Whoa! Pearl Jam returns with high energy rock.
After Riot Act I thought they were done. Withered, tired, spent, and out of ideas. Then they do this.
Gone and Come Back are classics
Inside Job is a great closer.
Life Wasted and World Wide Suicide are excellent singles
Comatose is manic and great in the vain of Lukin and Spin the Black Circle.
Marker in the Sand and Severed Hand are smart rockers
Army Reserve is touching.
Like all of the best Pearl Jam albums,none of them reach 5 star status because they all contain a couple songs that range from duds to bland.
The middle of the album from Parachutes to Big Wave is skippable. I truly don't care about Vedder's love for surfing.
Everything else here is great! I rank it 3rd behind VS and Vitalogy. It's great to see a stellar band find a second wind in their storied career and stay relevant
Never understood the dislike for this EP, for me this is right behind Vitalogy for 4th best album. Also, Come Back is one of their best songs.
I know this was supposed to be somewhat of a return to form, but there's nothing on this album that stands out to me.
This is sort of Pearl Jam getting tired of being in self-imposed exile and trying to make a straightforward album again. It's definitely a good one, a nice salute to their roots.
This anticipates the return to form that was Backspacer. There are a handful of very worthwhile tracks on this including the understated, underrated Come Back and the very lovely Marker in the Sand.
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