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Finally reading through the Rolling Stone special collectors edition. Fun to re-read these articles that i kind of grew up reading.

Anywho- The guide to the album section is really cool. They are new articles looking back at their albums. I believe there are some new quotes on Ten and a little tidbit about how awful the recording sessions were in regards to Krusen and Parashar and the production. And also a little bit about how they originally wanted to cut out "i know someday you'll have a beautiful life" from Black but Ed had to fight to keep that in.

Crazy.


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Strat wrote:
Finally reading through the Rolling Stone special collectors edition. Fun to re-read these articles that i kind of grew up reading.

Anywho- The guide to the album section is really cool. They are new articles looking back at their albums. I believe there are some new quotes on Ten and a little tidbit about how awful the recording sessions were in regards to Krusen and Parashar and the production. And also a little bit about how they originally wanted to cut out "i know someday you'll have a beautiful life" from Black but Ed had to fight to keep that in.

Crazy.

Sounds like a cool read. Any Aussies know if this was released here?


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Strat wrote:
Finally reading through the Rolling Stone special collectors edition. Fun to re-read these articles that i kind of grew up reading.

Anywho- The guide to the album section is really cool. They are new articles looking back at their albums. I believe there are some new quotes on Ten and a little tidbit about how awful the recording sessions were in regards to Krusen and Parashar and the production. And also a little bit about how they originally wanted to cut out "i know someday you'll have a beautiful life" from Black but Ed had to fight to keep that in.

Crazy.

Sounds like a cool read. Any Aussies know if this was released here?

That's about the most interesting part :\

As like Pj20 and every story you ever read about pearl jam...

The articles get shorter and shorter as each album progresses.

Ten is a couple pages, vs and vitalogy are about 1.5 pages, no code is a page, Yield is 1/2 a page, binaural is a 1/2 a page and then the next albums are split amongst two pages.

Lol.

God I can't wait till someone, anyone, puts out a definitive look at pearl jam. one that includes their greatest and most creative phases from 96-2003


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Interesting. I guess Ed originally wrote Speed of Sound for a Ron Wood Solo album.


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Wait. Ronnie thought SoS didn't match the caliber of I Feel Like Playing?

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Strat wrote:
ridleybradout wrote:
Strat wrote:
Finally reading through the Rolling Stone special collectors edition. Fun to re-read these articles that i kind of grew up reading.

Anywho- The guide to the album section is really cool. They are new articles looking back at their albums. I believe there are some new quotes on Ten and a little tidbit about how awful the recording sessions were in regards to Krusen and Parashar and the production. And also a little bit about how they originally wanted to cut out "i know someday you'll have a beautiful life" from Black but Ed had to fight to keep that in.

Crazy.

Sounds like a cool read. Any Aussies know if this was released here?

That's about the most interesting part :\

As like Pj20 and every story you ever read about pearl jam...

The articles get shorter and shorter as each album progresses.

Ten is a couple pages, vs and vitalogy are about 1.5 pages, no code is a page, Yield is 1/2 a page, binaural is a 1/2 a page and then the next albums are split amongst two pages.

Lol.

God I can't wait till someone, anyone, puts out a definitive look at pearl jam. one that includes their greatest and most creative phases from 96-2003


Very typical. A book like that would be highly appreciated.


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ridleybradout wrote:
Strat wrote:
Finally reading through the Rolling Stone special collectors edition. Fun to re-read these articles that i kind of grew up reading.

Anywho- The guide to the album section is really cool. They are new articles looking back at their albums. I believe there are some new quotes on Ten and a little tidbit about how awful the recording sessions were in regards to Krusen and Parashar and the production. And also a little bit about how they originally wanted to cut out "i know someday you'll have a beautiful life" from Black but Ed had to fight to keep that in.

Crazy.

Sounds like a cool read. Any Aussies know if this was released here?

I'll see if I can still find another copy and I'll send you one, friend.

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Welp. Alright, we're done here. Time to pack up and go home, people.

Seriously. We are ancient. I'm depressed.

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https://www.stereogum.com/1973213/oh-no-another-stranger-things-kid-has-a-band/video/?utm_source=sc-fb&utm_medium=ref&utm_campaign

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