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 Post subject: Era of the moment: 1991-1992
PostPosted: Mon March 11, 2013 6:10 pm 
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I feel there should be a thread for this. The guys were never as good when they were young, broke but up and coming. I'm off today having few beers listening to them during these times. HOLY FUCK THEY WERE ELECTRIC....WTF HAPPENED TO EDDIES VOICE. .....


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what kind of beer are you drinking?


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meh on this era


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Any old time fans out there? Do you remember when Eddie was somewhat a man of mystery and intrigue?I reremember. Days before web


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EJ wrote:
what kind of beer are you drinking?


I have 4 budweiser tall boys from last weekend. HITTING THE SPOT


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they got even better just a few years later


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cutuphalfdead wrote:
meh on this era


You serious? Come on now


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 Post subject: Re: Era of the moment: 1991-1992
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I'll be 40 soon, does that make me an old-time fan?
I'm also meh on this era.


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 Post subject: Re: Era of the moment: 1991-1992
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No they didn't. Eddies voice has been a straight decline since 1992. Band sound got tighter BUT vedder voice deteriorated


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turned2black wrote:
I'll be 40 soon, does that make me an old-time fan?
I'm also meh on this era.


Where you a fan then? If not you opinion is moot


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No they didn't. Eddies voice has been a straight decline since 1992. Band sound got tighter BUT vedder voice deteriorated

eddies voice peaked around 98


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Yes, a huge fan. So big a fan that I wore long johns under my shorts during August in Phoenix.

1994 to 2000 :thumbsup:


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 Post subject: Re: Era of the moment: 1991-1992
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cutuphalfdead wrote:
nightmareblack0206 wrote:
No they didn't. Eddies voice has been a straight decline since 1992. Band sound got tighter BUT vedder voice deteriorated

eddies voice peaked around 98


That's when he learned to sing due to the fact that he had to be how badly he destroyed his chords. IMO his voice peaked on Vitalogy. NOTHINGMAN was phenomenal. His highs were there. ..his growl...his scream....ALL PERFECT BLEND


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nightmareblack0206 wrote:
cutuphalfdead wrote:
nightmareblack0206 wrote:
No they didn't. Eddies voice has been a straight decline since 1992. Band sound got tighter BUT vedder voice deteriorated

eddies voice peaked around 98


That's when he learned to sing due to the fact that he had to be how badly he destroyed his chords. IMO his voice peaked on Vitalogy. NOTHINGMAN was phenomenal. His highs were there. ..his growl...his scream....ALL PERFECT BLEND

well which is it, was it in steady decline since 92 or did it peak in 94 ?


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They were certainly exciting in those very early years. And, yes, Ed's soaring vocals and his mystique was a huge part of the appeal. The "Animal/RIFW" performance on the 93 MTV Video Awards was one of the most goosebump raising things they'd to that point. It was raw, powerful, and separated them from the pack.

But, if I had to choose the best period of the band, it'd be 1994-2000 - a much more creative band and Ed's talents as an all-around singer improved dramatically.


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Show me one show better than their unplugged in 1992. That was in queens. I was living in Brooklyn at that time


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cutuphalfdead wrote:
meh on this era


only to the ones that didnt grow up with them from the beginning i think, could be wrong though.


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 Post subject: Re: Era of the moment: 1991-1992
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Dr. Van Nostrand wrote:
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meh on this era


only to the ones that didnt grow up with them from the beginning i think, could be wrong though.

maybe but I'm not saying pearl jam didn't get good until no code or something

ten era pearl jam was great but they got so much better just 2 years later


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Dr. Van Nostrand wrote:
cutuphalfdead wrote:
meh on this era


only to the ones that didnt grow up with them from the beginning i think, could be wrong though.



DING-DING. ...WE HAVE A WINNER


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 Post subject: Re: Era of the moment: 1991-1992
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It is pretty remarkable to think of their growth within such a short period of time.

This period is pretty incredible but looking back knowing what better came - its not my favorite. Certainly being a fan during the time was pretty incredible but 95-2000 pearl jam was phenomenal.


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