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 Post subject: Re: Pearl Jam (self titled): Official Album Thread
PostPosted: Mon May 04, 2020 4:12 pm 
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06 is the spotify mix. 17 is the BoB mix

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 Post subject: Re: Pearl Jam (self titled): Official Album Thread
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I just heard the Brendan O'Brien mix of this thing


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Which one is the "spotify mix"? I see two s/t's in Spotify: 2017 mix and 2006.


Its the 2006, the 2017 is the Brendan mix.

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I just heard the Brendan O'Brien mix of this thing


thoughts?

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VinylGuy wrote:
Ms Harmless wrote:
I just heard the Brendan O'Brien mix of this thing


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it's pretty horrible imo


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It is yeah.

I dont think i ever listened to the full album.

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On the BOB mix: The increased Jeff presence is nice, but it's not worth the overpowering snare sound


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it's pretty clear to me that he's obsessed with recapturing the Ten sheen, but hitting Bon Jovi


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 Post subject: Re: Pearl Jam (self titled): Official Album Thread
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I like overpowering snares, but only when they sound good; and what's with all the reverb everywhere? turn Ed down! this should have been a bad omen for what he'd do with Lightning Bolt


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I like overpowering snares, but only when they sound good; and what's with all the reverb everywhere? turn Ed down! this should have been a bad omen for what he'd do with Lightning Bolt


Lightning bolt had already happened

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VinylGuy wrote:
Ms Harmless wrote:
I like overpowering snares, but only when they sound good; and what's with all the reverb everywhere? turn Ed down! this should have been a bad omen for what he'd do with Lightning Bolt


Lightning bolt had already happened


oh, true

well then this album was Bolted ;)


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Is the spotify mix only accessible on spotify? I've asked this before.


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I found this CD today right on my bedroom floor. Looking all lovely and black and blue

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Leatherhead wrote:
Is the spotify mix only accessible on spotify? I've asked this before.

Yes, as far as I know.


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knee tunes wrote:
I found this CD today right on my bedroom floor. Looking all lovely and black and blue


Been a while since I've seen it but that squiggly pattern, right?

I've been listening to Avocado a bit lately (spotify 2006), and I gotta say, the songs on it I love, I love hard! My only complaint is the introduction of screechy Ed. On Marker in the Sand, for instance, it's so glaring and unnecessary. Unemployable is growing on me with its increased lyrical relevance. Got me thinking about doing a pandemic PJ playlist. Alive, Unemployable, Alright all jump out as entrants...

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VinylGuy wrote:
Ms Harmless wrote:
I just heard the Brendan O'Brien mix of this thing


thoughts?


Spoiler: show


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i bet harmless woudn't like the snare sound on that one


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Is this album great, or do I just love the last big PJ tour? Some of those 2006 shows are absolute fire.


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mkay0 wrote:
Is this album great, or do I just love the last big PJ tour? Some of those 2006 shows are absolute fire.


It's a really hard-to-appraise album, because in some ways it has the last vestiges of their earlier sound, while it also has some of the hallmarks of their newer (BS, LB) sound. It still speaks with the earlier language (I think of Severed Hand, Parachutes) and it has that all-important sense of urgency. I was surprised when I did my album score thing that it came out slightly ahead of Riot Act, which I regard as a much steadier album. I think my takeaway is that for me at least, Avocado's strengths are stronger but its weaknesses are weaker.

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