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Album: Pearl Jam
# Song Title   Time
1)    Life Wasted
2)    World Wide Suicide
3)    Comatose
4)    Severed Hand
5)    Marker in the Sand
6)    Parachutes
7)    Unemployable
8)    Big Wave
9)    Gone
10)    Wasted Reprise
11)    Army Reserve
12)    Come Back
13)    Inside Job
 

Album: Pearl Jam
# Song Title   Time
1)    Life Wasted
2)    World Wide Suicide
3)    Comatose
4)    Severed Hand
5)    Marker in the Sand
6)    Parachutes
7)    Unemployable
8)    Big Wave
9)    Gone
10)    Wasted Reprise
11)    Army Reserve
12)    Come Back
13)    Inside Job
 
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  • On its self-titled 2006 album, the band's first for J Records, Pearl Jam offers up a vital and assured set of songs that nods to the Seattle-based group's early-1990s heyday while revealing a slightly updated and streamlined approach. Whereas some previous releases were marked by experimental moments that employed Eastern instrumentation, programmed loops, and other adventurous flourishes, PEARL JAM finds the ensemble sticking to a no-frills, riff-centered sound that's bolstered by some of the quintet's most engaging melodies since TEN and VS. Though much of the record is comprised of propulsive rock tunes ("World Wide Suicide," "Comatose") that feature impassioned performances from frontman Eddie Vedder and blistering lead lines from guitarist Mike McCready, tracks such as the chiming, Beatlesque "Parachutes" and the melancholy "Gone" showcase Pearl Jam's range without resorting to unnecessary bells and whistles. Much in the way that U2 reignited its career with ALL THAT YOU CAN'T LEAVE BEHIND, this album finds Pearl Jam successfully going back to basics while still moving forward.
Professional Reviews
Rolling Stone (p.55) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[A]s big and brash in fuzz and backbone as Led Zeppelin's PRESENCE....The politics on PEARL JAM are not those or left but of engagement and responsibility."

Rolling Stone (p.103) - Ranked #13 in Rolling Stone's "The Top 50 Albums Of 2006" -- "These are songs about universal accountability and the still-revolutionary power of individual dissent."

Entertainment Weekly (p.136) - "[T]hey stand and deliver on this belatedly eponymous barnstormer, the seriously hopped-up effort fans have been pining for since VITALOGY." -- Grade: B+

Kerrang (Magazine) (pp.46-47) - "Gossard and McCready's molten guitars mesh electrifyingly for an opening brace of rockers shot-through with air-punch hooks and Eddie Vedder's valiant howling-into-a-hurricane croon..."

Mojo (Publisher) (p.112) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[S]elf-titled with good reason: Pearl Jam sound reborn, vital. The first three tracks are full-tilt rockers..."
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