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121. Seattle, Washington, November 6, 2000
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Average Customer Review: 4.45 out of 5 stars
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The last date of the best-documented tour in rock history, Pearl Jam's Seattle, Washington 11/6/00 might be the most important record in the band's entire career. Starting with the dates from the European leg of the tour, then moving through the U.S. East Coast, and finally concluding with the West Coast, every date on Pearl Jam's world tour has been immortalized with its own accompanying CD. Why would the band choose to do this? After listening to this three-disc set, one possible answer looms closer to reality-- it's the last gift to their fans before Pearl Jam calls it quits. "Hello, Seattle, this is it," says lead singer Eddie Vedder after a scorching rendition of "Dissident" (from 1993's Vs.). "One last show, (and) we never play again." After a round of boos, he retreats a little, backpedaling with "at least for quite a while," but it's clear that Vedder and the band are not just tired after a long tour. They're giving some thought to an extended, perhaps permanent, break.

Perhaps better than any other of the "bootleg" releases, it encapsulates the dichotomy of Pearl Jam's iconoclastic catalog. The sweeping set list from the longest show on the tour ranges from the Ten-era anthem rock that made them superstars to the introspective and artsy fare that has characterized their later work. They attack each song the same--with boundless energy and the tight stage savvy of veteran performers. Leading off with a stirring "Release," Vedder's voice bleeds with his now-familiar throaty power, laying into one of the band's signature ballads. He works a similar magic with "Off He Goes" from No Code and "Crazy Mary" (memorably captured on the Victoria Williams benefit record Sweet Relief), as well as Vitalogy's "Betterman," which the Seattle crowd turns into a giant choral number. But Pearl Jam are a rock band, and nowhere is that more apparent than on the start of the second disc, when Vedder and company rip through defining versions of "Even Flow" and "Jeremy," giving guitarist Mike McCready and the rest a proper forum to work the crowd into a sweaty mess.

It has been a wild 10 years since Ten blew the doors off alt-rock, when Vedder and company became worldwide icons and were swept up in the intense, if short-lived, ascendancy of grunge. If it's all coming to an end, it makes this already essential disc that much more so. --Matthew Cooke ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars The Emotion is Evident
When I bought this CD I was expecting a highly charged emotional bootleg. That is exactly what I got. The superb opener Release really shows the superb vocals of Eddie Vedder while rearview mirror shows the amazing guitar expertise from Mike McCready. This bootleg really shows how Pearl Jam have changed their style with the contrast of songs from the first album TEN like Even flow that are really groovy grunge tracks to the mellow Parting Ways from Binaural the latest LP. The main plus point of this album is the way the crowd follow the songs through singing along and making the event a really special occassion. Just listen at the end of Daughter where we hear Eddies usual wandering into a very smooth chanting which the crowd copies to a T. The highlight track from this album I feel is a cover of the Who's Baba o Riley which really adds that bit of spice to an already amazing performance. The only problem with this bootleg is the lack of two songs Black and Elderly woman......town but they certainly make up for it with the inclusion of a highly emotional Crazy Mary and a brilliant uplifting Jeremy. I own 7 of the bootlegs this is the best. This is a must for all Pearl Jam fans.

5-0 out of 5 stars Inspired Performance in Seattle
The final recording of Pearl Jam's 2000 tour came from their final show that year on November 6 in Seattle. At the beginning of the show, Eddie Vedder teases that this may be it for Pearl Jam. I found that interesting because I hadn't heard anything prior to that, which would suggest that to be the case. Then again, it just might have been me.

The show is one of the best from the tour. Eddie and the boys are clearly energized to be playing at home in front of fans that they say are one of the best on the tour. Throughout the recording, Eddie repeatedly thanks the fans for their energy. Apparently the crowd for the 11/5/2002 tour was found to be lacking. In addition, all the proceeds from the show were going to charity.

The set peformed by the band was a culmination of their best work from their five albums. 'Couduroy', 'Betterman', 'Even Flow', 'Jeremy', 'Daughter', 'Alive', and 'Yellow Ledbetter' were some of the highlights.

Before closing out the show with 'Yellow Ledbetter', Eddie encourages everyone to get out and vote the following day. Like the rest of us, he had no idea what a fiasco the 2000 election would be. On top of that, he shot off some criticisms towards the city for mandating a ton of extra security for the show.

Fortunately, it turns out that Pearl Jam was not calling it quits, and a new album is due sometime in the later half of 2002. If the fans are fortunate, a long inspiring tour will follow with plenty of 'official' bootlegs to follow.

5-0 out of 5 stars has to be the best Pearl Jam concert ever
i bought this one in 2001 i believe.. sometime in june.. it has to be the greatest live album i've heard.. the sound quality was excellent, and everything.. awesome setlist, i just wish it had Breath or Last Exit on it.. but regardless it's a great live album.. and i would prolly pay $300 to have gone.. but i didnt really listen to Pearl Jam till march of 2001.. if you haven't kept track with the band, no they did not break up or anything.. actually they released another album (Riot Act), a few live concert CDs from that tour (the PA State College one is pretty good).

THEN they released the long awaited Rarities album, and live DVD of their Maddison Square Garden concert.. which is deffinetly worth buying. keep on rocking!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Show, Great CD
I was fortunate to be at this, it was also on my 20th birthday. Truly one of the longest and best shows I've ever been to.

4-0 out of 5 stars An all encompasing must have live CS (4.5 stars)
This was the last show of the 2000 tour and it did not dissapoint. The sound was perfect, Gossard was exquisite on the guitar, Vedder's voice was in fine form and the setlist speaks for itself. Having seen the band live twice, I must emphasize how different the band is in person in compared to in the studio. Live is where they really bring it up a notch. They connect with the audience, they improvise and the emotion of their music is amplified live. The only drawback of this album was the incessant talking by Vedder near the end which becomes very annoying and goes on way too long.

Bottom Line: A good into live Pearl Jam. Most of the heavy hitters are part of this set and the band was on fire this night. ... Read more


122. Dirty (Deluxe Edition)
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A fresh listen to the original 15 tracks on Dirty reminds one just how great this 1992 album in its original form. Remember the pop-sludge of "Sugar Cane"? The polit-grit of "Youth Against Fascism"? The sexy grind of "Drunken Butterfly"? How about SY’s version of wistfulness on "Wish Fulfillment" or their brilliant, nonsensical cover of the hardcore number "Nic Fit?" Plus, you had "Chapel Hill, "JC," "Purr, and "100%" to rock you into froth. Now, take all that and add a dozen (mostly) instrumental rehearsal recordings of those songs taking shape ("Barracuda" emerged as "Drunken Butterfly," while "Guido" and "Little Jammy Thing" gave birth to "Wish Fulfillment"). These rehearsal tracks follow two previously released instrumental B-sides--"The End of the End of the Ugly" and "Tamra"--creating a blissfully long wash of sound, veering from hypnotic, pastoral soundscapes to kinetic experiments held together by dark, probing rhythms. The second disc alone is priceless given that it may be the closest thing to a true instrumental Sonic Youth release that will ever appear. A handful of other B-sides and goodies round a collection that's worth every penny it costs. --Lorry Fleming ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars You ain't alternative unless you own this album!
Regrettably, Sonic Youth haven't gotten as much credit as they deserve as some of the original purveyors of what has since come to be labelled alternative rock, but "Dirty" provides convincing proof that they just may have done it better than anyone else. Many of the rock bands that gained prominence around this time brought somewhat of an unschooled ethic to their sound, but "Dirty" is a unique, diverse, and immensely enjoyable listen that may well have seen the Youth at the height of their powers. Many of the rock bands that gained prominence around this time brought somewhat of an unschooled ethic to their sound, but these guys (and girl) somehow managed to combine that rawness with their brilliant musicianship to give listeners the best of both worlds. This is yet another one of those albums I wish I had gotten years ago, but I guess I wouldn't have appreciated it that much back then.

Some of the extended, intricate instrumental passages that characterized earlier albums are still present, but for the most part the songs here are shorter, sharper, and more efficient than their predecessors, continuing the process that was begun right around "Goo." Yes, by this point the band had embraced a more traditional rock songwriting format, but these songs rock so hard and so well I can't imagine anyone objecting. Witness the hard-driving metallic riffage and swirling feedback of "100%," the supremely catchy hooks of "Sugar Kane," the thumping rhythms of "Youth Against Fascism," and the primal force of "Purr," which combine with Thurston Moore's swaggering vocals to create significantly more fun and interesting listens than anything Nirvana and Pearl Jam were putting out at the time, let alone today's horrible faux-grunge knockoffs like Nickelback and Puddle of Mudd. Elsewhere, Kim Gordon contributes her trademark punkish aggression on "Swimsuit Issue" and "Drunken Butterfly" and some eerily atmospheric vocals on the edgy "Shoot" and the haunting "The Strip." Another classic, "Theresa's Sound-World," starts out slow and subdued before steadily building to a series of crescendos and some great instrumental segments where Thurston and Lee Ranaldo get to demonstrate their grasp of subtle tonalities.

And just in case all that's not enough, "Dirty" has now been repackaged with enough bonus material to make collectors salivate all over themselves. Tacked on to the end of the original album are four B-sides of varying quality, and even better, there's a whole bonus disc constisting almost entirely of instrumental tracks, many of which eventually found their way onto the album in altered forms. Much as I like the vocals on the finished products, listening to the all-instrumental rehearsal takes provides a whole new perspective enabling the listener to focus in on the intricacies of the music with nothing getting in the way. Great stuff this "Dirty" is, and with all the bonus material this reissue is more than worth its price tag.

5-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful and Brutal
My favorite song from Daydream Nation was Rain King. The guitar howled proudly, and the songs sounded as if it were destroying something. Dirty expanded my favorite song. Dirty sounds apocolyptic to me (especially the beginning) or at least we can all agree, very wrong. This CD is evil, scary, you'll want to retract in fear. At times I think this is the album that modern Hardcore wants to be like, but they scream instead.

It sounds incredible thanks to Butch Vig at the helm. My description of this with a hardcore edge is a little off, since there's so much variety, though there's still a very heavy and DEFINITELY very thick sound.

My favorite? Wish Fulfillment could make me cry if I had a situation to fit it.

The B-Sides are top notch, though the second CD is only alright. It's more like a decent post-punk album than a Sonic Youth CD. Maybe I'll give it some more listens and get back to you

5-0 out of 5 stars Killer little gem
This is the CD I started my Sonic Youth collection with ( why go for the original when you can have the deluxe edition ) and I have to say this stuff literally rocks. Neat little eccentric subversive style pop-rock with all the right twists and turns and the personal recordings are even better. Looking forward to the other deluxe reissues

5-0 out of 5 stars even dirtier
The addition of B-sides and rehearsal recordings recaptures the raw ethos of the music surrounding sonic youth's milestone "dirty".
Full of that voilent atonal noise like "Drunken butterfly" and "is it my body" the album's new additions show a more traditional rock side of sonic youth like "poet in the pit". It is amazing to hear songs like Youth against facism and wish forfillment whilst they were still only ideas; addition of the rehearsal sessions was cirtainly a possitive one.
A great remake of something amazing

5-0 out of 5 stars OHMYGAWD!!!
This reissue of the classic alterna-rock album from one of the genre's best bands is hands down one of the best cd releases of 2003. Sonic Youth is a truly inspirational band, and this is arguably their best release. It was the album that truly gave them pop notability, whatever that means. They didn't sacrifice any of their ideals or attitudes towards music, however. This is in-your-face rock music, tearing down the all too accepted male dominated ego, by making an experience for all genders. What ever happened to those ideas? It seemed that the whole alterna/grunge thing was a mere moment of what could have been a great blessing. There was a moment of solidarity amongst rock fans, and then we got stuck back with phallic morons screaming about nookie. (sigh)

Anyhow,this album showcases some of the most raw punk modern music has ever heard. Every song on this album is a masterpiece. I love bands that challenge what "good music" should sound like. Noise has never been so heavenely. The bonus disc is divine as well. Alot of the outtakes are epic insturmentals that are sure to be soothing to any punk fan's ears. Long live Sonic Youth! We need another musical revolution to destroy the mindless male oppressor, and to bring unity back to the masses. ... Read more


123. Alright This Time Just the Girls
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5-0 out of 5 stars uh huh...them
This is a great compilation that introduced me to alot of "new" bands.I bought this being a fan of bands like Hole,the Lunachicks, the Muffs, Buck, etc...BTW, the song "Retard Girl" by Hole...Courtney Love wrote it about herself, she's the retard girl! Yes, she grew up poor white trash..and was taunted and made fun of.Go figure.Any fan of indie rock of the female persuasion should love this! Great stuff by April March, Third Grade Teacher,etc and "Dishy" is a great song.*rock on with yr frock on*

5-0 out of 5 stars Buy this CD and enjoy!
I listen to these CDs when I do housework. hahaha Nothing better than a bunch of chicks with an attitude. Love it, Love it! Buy this double CD....enjoy! My husband bought it for me. Many thanks, darling!

5-0 out of 5 stars WHAT'S NOT TO LIKE!
50% of this CD is pure bliss. The remaining 50% is merely excellent marred by a few spots that are great or just very good.

In a lot of ways, the various SYMPATHY FOR THE RECORD INDUSTRY label's collections are the contemporary equivillents of RHINO'S STIFF RECORDS BOX SET. Buying them is like panning for gold and coming up rich. These are the gems you aren't hearing on the radio, but once you find them wonder how you ever lived without them.

The big revelation here is perhaps HOLE'S "RETARD GIRL" which proves a song that is not only politically incorrect but nearly despicable can also be insanely entertaining and addictive so, after showering upon your first listen, you want to dive right back into the mud wallow. (it also dispells all the hooey about Courtney Love's coat-tail ride to fame.) It's still a mystery to me whether the song is an endorsement of a point of view, an indictment of a point of view, merely a vignette of a bile soaked situation, purposely left to interpretation, or none of the above. Whatever the case, ultimately, it simply is a grinding erruption of Rock spit and fire. SO THERE!

To top it off, this is a great value. Over two hours of solid music for less than the price of the average major label release's ten minutes (or less) of singles and 30 minutes (or more) of filler (OK, even if the hypothetical release is good all the way through, you're still getting over twice the bang for your buck here.)

This disc is essential to any Rock'N'Roll collection, be it a collection of modern rock only or Rock of and for the ages.

My one gripe is with the on-line listing. No photo! This is a great looking CD package (extending to the disc faces themeselves) and deserves to be seen. Pastel candy colored heaven to go with the musical treats within, proclaiming "This is the world of girls, come on in and revel in its joys."

Also included is a booklet more generous (and entertaining) than those found in many four-times the price box sets. This is total entertainment.

Heck, the package art alone, the price, or just the song "DISHY" (everything else (AND I really mean EVERYTHING) is a bonus) make this a must buy. So buy it already.

C'MON, TURN OFF THAT RADIO AND SPIN SOME GOLD!

P.S. Anyone getting and loving this CD should then imediately get THEIR SYMPATHETIC MAJESTIES REQUEST which is more of the same... only different (not just the girls that is)

3-0 out of 5 stars this compilation is ok
but if you like happy poppy girl-rock rather than growly girl-rock, you may be disappointed. if your taste in girl rock runs toward the rondelles, go sailor, and cub, don't but this cd. there are some terrific tracks and the rest are sort of so-so...good ones include "dishy" (my personal favorite), "eggnog," "happy right this second," and "sitting by a window." for a girl-rock enthusiast this cd is pretty decent. it introduced me to a lot of new bands. ... Read more


124. Boy Hits Car
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Average Customer Review: 4.39 out of 5 stars
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Nu metal might be the movement we should thank for flushing out some of rock's hoarier old clichés, but with the rock & roll ranks beginning to resemble a Marine roll call, what with all those bulging biceps and close haircuts, it's comforting that the self-titled release from Los Angeles's Boy Hits Car is able to reconcile the savage razor's edge of Papa Roach with some of the flamboyancy of alternative music. Their second album offers a number of pleasantly contrary moments, not the least of which include "The Rebirth" (which summons recollections of the Screaming Trees) and "As I Watch the Sun F**k the Ocean" (recalling Jane's Addiction). While the band falls short in spots, their bit-of-this, bit-of-that dynamic works surprisingly smoothly throughout, as rolls of heavy riffage break over flute, bongo, and tabla. Boy Hits Car might be a little too off-center to topple the likes of Papa Roach from nu metal's zenith, but this fine album is a reminder that an alternative take on a genre can restore faith in the definite article. --Louis Pattison ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars "Boy Hits Car" Hits a New Sound.
I first head of "Boy Hits Car" on Napster. That in itself is not unusual. What IS unusual is the fact that I THOUGHT I was downloading a "Collective Soul" song from their new album prior to its release. Upon listening to the song I thought, "This is not Collective Soul." The song was "Man Without Skin" and it was unlike anything I'd ever heard in my life. From that point, I was hooked. I had to find out who it was that had written this song. Now whether this was a cunning marketing strategy on the part of Boy Hits Car, or the handiwork of another Internet Idiot, Boy Hits Car now has a fan that they would otherwise not have had. Their debut self-titled album is a testament to the band's originality and energy. Nowehere else will you find the soaring vocals over a POWERFUL electric guitar and (get this) an acoustic twelve string. Lead singer CRegg's vocals are a nonstop barrage of lilting lyrics that rise and fall like waves; sometimes passionate, sometimes heartfelt screaming. It is also refreshing to find a band which finds a philosophy and seeks to uphold it through their music. Boy Hits Car is a terrific band with terrific, refreshing words to say. If you're not frightened by intense guitar music, and you don't shy away for songs that actually mean something, this record will be a blue chip in your collection.

5-0 out of 5 stars rawest new band of the year
One of the many great things about Boy Hits Car's new self titled cd is that although it recalls many different bands (that range from Papa Roach to Led Zeppelin to System of a Down to Incubus) it supercedes all of them and comes out with a completely distinct sound all its own. An intense, energetic, positive sound that is unlike any other band out there. This sound, deemed lovecore by the band, is powered by the driving beats laid down by bassist Scott and the lyrics of Cregg. Those lyrics, that immediately catch the listeners attention, shift from soothing melodies to pleading screams flawlessly. Unlike numetal bands, which Boy Hits Car is definitely not, the lyrics, which double easily as poetry, revert back to the days of Morrison. Another major difference between BHC and most numetal bands is that BHC preach love and finding oneself instead of anger and pot smoking. The first single "I'm a cloud" is a great example of the bands music. A bass driven song, helped by a sensitive guitar, it is more powerful than any song papa roach or limp bizkit has ever recorded. To believe its energy, one must hear it...

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Album, Great Potential
I really enjoyed this CD. It can be a bit repetitive, but it is still very unique and has a good blend of hard rock and more mellow/melodic rock. The band's first album is definately good, but they have a potential to be ten times better. Keep it up, guys.

5-0 out of 5 stars Huh... puzzling
I'm in quite a cunundrum... i hate modern rock... but i love this cd... hm perplexing... buy this cd for it is good

5-0 out of 5 stars An excellent CD
Boy Hits Car has some of the most amazing lyrics and instrumentals. One of the great things about this CD is that every song is excellent not just a few. This is one of those CDs you just stick in and let play, instead of flipping through the songs. ... Read more


125. Rubbing Doesn't Help
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5-0 out of 5 stars What we need more of!
I have been a fan of this band since I was nearly 14 yrs old..I'm 22yrs now! My friends and I still love their music and smile evrytime we hear a rift! It's too bad they didn't get more publicity..they would totally make it now! Awsome Music!

5-0 out of 5 stars open the door
this song is totally awesome... it was a favorite of a close friend and me. never gets old

5-0 out of 5 stars back in the day
If only there was more music like this.. this is a trult awseome album. But unfoturunely they got moslty ingonored by radio and their record company.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great cd
This cd have a great sound, but its different that first (Hot Boxing), the magna's had change their punkrock sound, i think the reason for change had a second producer, he is not Bob Mould, but you find many good songs: This family, I don't care, Open the door, Come on inside, Juicy fruit, Radio waves.

5-0 out of 5 stars A clever, punkish-pop band with a lot of heart.
The distortion of Elastica without the ridiculous sound effects. A stand out vocal performance brings to life touching, seriously written lyrics. It's a hidden treasure if I've ever heard one. Magnapop was basically cast aside by their record company to promote more popular selling artists (moslty rap, ugh). This album proves that to be an act of true fools. ... Read more


126. Inhaler
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3-0 out of 5 stars It's a "Tad" bit heavy.
This is a pretty sweet, yet forgotten album. "Tad" normally get catagorized as grunge, and though they are, they could also be metal too. In fact it really is more metal, just played by guys wearing flannel. Not alot of smash hits came from this album, but "Grease Box", "Leafy Incline", and "Gouge" are a few of my favorites. "Luminol" has some nice touches too. As a whole though it's a great listen. This was also produced by J Mascis of "Dinosaur Jr." fame, not that it sounds anything like them. Worth checking out if you ever come across it.

5-0 out of 5 stars This is heavy
I love most of the stuff that came out of the Seattle area in the early '90s. This came out a little later ('94) when the mighty Tad was finally signed to a major label, and J. Mascis from Dinosaur Jr. (check them out too) produced it.
Well... all I can say is that this is my favorite kind of musical heaviness. Redneck lyrics delivered (occasionally) with a Lemmy/Hetfield-type vocal inflection... Distorted guitars & bass (nothing new, but here just LETHAL)... also, the drummer is pretty good, and uses double bass drums (YESSS!!!) in his original yet wankless patterns. I LOVE THESE GUYS - but only for this album and 8-Way Santa, the album that preceded it. The others didn't catch my ear as much.
OK, finally, no band just LOOKS as heavy as these guys do. They look like they're well used to smashing their tools of the trade; as others have said, they look like Northwest lumberjacks. TAD = HEAVY!!! BUY THIS ALBUM!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars RUBS SHOULDERS WITH THE MIGHTY METALLICA !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
my review/

get this one/ not tomorrow/ RIGHT NOW!

i took a chance on INHALER and have kept it spinning in the cd player for a long time

the vocals sound a LOT like Hetfield and this has some of the heaviest guitar youve heard ever

GET IT GET IT NOW.....................

5-0 out of 5 stars Metal Before Pantera
This was one of the greatest records I bought in 1994. Tad was known as that one "metal" band from seattle. Take a listen to the track Grease Box, and try not to get a ticket speeding to the Record Store's dollar-bargin bin! The first time I saw TAD they opened for Alice in Chains, any ways Tad stage dove and nobody caught him. If you didn't know, Tad weighs about 300 pounds. This Cd is so heavy it weighs 10 pounds, and it is produced by J.Mascis-if anybody cares. -Dragoon ... Read more


127. Pond
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4-0 out of 5 stars isn't it obvious ?
Pond is great!All three records are very well played/sang.This is a fan favorite.You should buy it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Brings me back
I was so happy to get reaquainted with this album. The first chord was enough to bring me back to '93 - senior year in college. We saw Pond in Boston, playing with Firehose or Screaming Trees or Overwhelming Colorfast or the like. The guitarist wore a Burger King crown. I have had the chorus to "Agatha" in my head ever since, but I'd forgotten the rest of this great music. I'd put Pond in the same genre with the three bands I mention above - if you like the others, give this a try.

4-0 out of 5 stars shoegazer's paradise
this is truly a great record, especially if you like guitar bands! the 45 single from this release (young splendor/ tree) got major rotation on my turn table. if you like this and it's new to you, you might also want to check out polvo, or swervedriver, or sebadoh, blah, blah, blah

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the best, underrated albums of all time
This album stayed in my C.D. player for a year and a half straight. The first twenty seconds of the album pull you in with one of the most amazing hooks I've heard in pop in a long time and I've always been a big fan of their harmonies. It's fuzz might be discontenting for some listeners, but repeated listening and you'll be hooked.

5-0 out of 5 stars Get this album. Highly recommended.
This is probably my second favorite album of all time. These Pond boys can really play. I got to see them perform in a small club in Anchorage, and was amazed at their skill. I would highly recommend this cd to anyone and also Pond's other two cd's (which are musically better but missing a little of this cd's energy). My favorite one here is Grinned, the happiest song ever recorded. ... Read more


128. Daughter
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5-0 out of 5 stars Worth its weight in blood, i mean, gold...
This cd is outstanding for the following reason: It contains one the only live recordings of blood that can be easily acquired by anyone. IF you dont remember this song, it was the most aggressive-hard-rocking track off of vs... It starts out with a little rythm and funk on guitars, while the bass plays a silent riff. "spin me around/roll me over/... circus" eddies sings with a high scratchy voice... before the song breaks into the chorus that makes PJ seem like a hardrock metal band..."its my blood."
Back in the days this was also one of 2 cds that contained a live version of Yellow led better. This is a great rendition of the song, although not one of the best.
And the title track, daughter, which simply needs no introduction.
But i truly recommend this cd to any PJ fan... youll be surprised when you remember how hard they used to rock when they were filled with energy and anger...
definetly a must have....
just for "blood" its worth more than advertised...

5-0 out of 5 stars hail, hail
Extraordinary, full of energy, for me - one of the best titles of Pearl jam.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Live Cuts!!!!!
Hey everyone, this is a great single that every PJ lover must have. Of course Daughter is a great song, but the raw live cut of Blood is incredible. If you've heard "Yellow" on the Jeremy single, then you must hear it live, Mike and Stone are awsome on this track. GET IT QUICK!

5-0 out of 5 stars Pearl Jam presents a great bittersweet song in daughter.
Eddie Vedder shows yet again his outstanding ability to involve the listener in his music.

5-0 out of 5 stars It doesn't get much better than this
One of the three most compelling and intimate songs ever written by one of the icons of our generation. Recorded live in my home town of mesa, az I only wish i was able to partake in the experience. Please contact me if you are as a big a fan as I am and let me know of any pj rarities, bootlegs, imports, you'd like to sell, trade, or just share your thoughts on! ... Read more


129. My Brother the Cow
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4-0 out of 5 stars What are some of you thinking?!
"My Brother the Cow" is a great album. Going back to their roots, Mudhoney gets their old producer Jack Endino, who i might add is amazing, and delivers an all out expolsive album. One of the best CDs released in 1995. With their post punk tracks like Judgement, Rage, Retribution and Thyme, their tracks like FDK and their bluesy tracks like In My Finest Suit, Mudhoney shows us the range they have. This is probasbly the last great album of that whole "grunge" thing.

1-0 out of 5 stars over-rated grunge riders strike again
Sleep walking through yet another release, this band never ceases to let you down. The only good thing they ever did, was show us what reviewers were grading this album as a good one to make themselves look hip. 'Spin' magazine, I'm looking at you. Don't waste your money on this or any of their albums. Two bands does not a movement make, and being from Seattle does not make you a good band.

5-0 out of 5 stars Typical Mudhoney - great stuff.
I'm not sure if John from London is listening to the same disk (see the review above), but this is great stuff. Exceptional material played with all power, emotion, fuzz and distortion typical of Mudhoney. If you already know and love Mudhoney you probably already own this. If not, do yourself a favor and buy it. Better than 95% of the garbage being passed as rock music today. The CD even comes with a surprise ending!

2-0 out of 5 stars Why?
I would consider myself to be a BIG mudhoney fan, but this album is rubbish. They seem to have lost all the vibrancy which made me love them 6 years or so ago. Mark just drones on, Stevie never really lets rip, and Dan and Matt are simply filling in space. I never thought it would happen, but this particular album is a dirge. ... Read more


130. Bill
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3-0 out of 5 stars Teetering on the brink of -4-
This is my least favorite Tripping Daisy album, but that's like saying you have a least favorite James Brown CD: they're all good. In the wake of Nirvana record labels scrambled to sign the "next big rock band." Island got that on this album. My Umbrella all the way to The Morning are superb, and Blown Away is excellent too. Brown Eyed Pickle Boy and Miles and Miles of Pain are the weakest songs, but they lay the blueprint for future Daisy albums, the ones where Wes and Tim and the rest of the boys gelled to creat the perfection heard on Jesus Hits Like the Atom Bomb and the brand new Tripping Daisy.

I agree that one should start here and subsequently buy the rest so you can prgress with the band and better understand how the later albums fit into their canon.

5-0 out of 5 stars Tripping Daisy's Best
This album "blows away" everything else by the Dallas band. One of the best debut albums by ANYONE in the 90's, Bill starts out strong with My Umbrella and never gives up it's unique, hard-rock edge. "Blown Away" is one of the best pure rock songs you'll hear.

Early Daisy fans were hoping for more of this with subsequent albums that ended up falling short. There'll never be another Bill though, or Wes (we know you're watching :)

5-0 out of 5 stars a good debut album
the morning, blown away, on the ground and my umbrella the best tracks of an excellent texas band

5-0 out of 5 stars The Original...The Best
I remember seeing Tripping Daisy play on the lure tour back in '92. The venue, the music, the performance...everything was imbibed with the vibrant music and energy that is still exhibited on this album. A dedicated fan, I buy everything they put out. But like a good woman, this is the one I always come back to in 'The Morning.'

3-0 out of 5 stars Not bad for a debut album
As with most bands, the debut album is always their weakest material. Some have compared this album to early Pink Floyd music, or Jane's Addiction, and I guess I can see a slight resemblance. This album isn't quite as complete as some of the band's other material. Some songs (like My Umbrella, Blown Away) are more upbeat, rock & roll, while songs like Miles and Miles of Pain, and Triangle are a little more mellow (almost a little too mellow). I still think that no Tripping Daisy collection would be complete without this album in it though. I would like to say, for anyone new to the band, start here, the same place the band started, and then progress to the next album, and experience the changes their music has gone through over the years, and continue to do so until you've been through them all. ... Read more


131. Clean As a Broke-Dick Dog
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4-0 out of 5 stars It's grunge?
Nirvana, Soundgarden, Mudhoney all were purveyors of grunge, but you knew that Mudhoney were special. So special that they could release an album of blues grunge (I think I just made that up!) under the name of The Monkeywrench. Fantastic, reminisant of 60's pop at it's best. ... Read more


132. All Apologies/Rape Me
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Single from their 1993 multi-platinum smash album forGeffen, 'In Utero'. It's backed with the album's 'Rape Me'and the non-album track 'Moist Vagina'. Slimline jewel case. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars floored from MV alone
i am a kurdt cobain fanatic. he is the best songwriter ever, in my book. as a result i bought this little amazing piece of music. three songs, rape me, all apologies and MV. the first two are on in utero but MV is a great song. a true hidden gem. it just explodes out of my speakers and brings me to life. i think MV is worth the price of admission but you may not. if you have in utero then reconsider buying this unless your THAT into nirvana. if you want to get into kurdt or love him to death or colect then this is a MUST.

4-0 out of 5 stars Rare B Side is Worth the Money
With this CD, you get All Apologies and Rape Me, two very good songs, but both easily found elsewhere. A plus with this CD is the song Moist V, in which Kurt blends strange vocal techniques and punk riffs/feedback with even stranger lyrics. This song is a definite commentary on the pre-suicide months of Kurt Cobain's life. For $12.99, it's an inexpensive, well-recorded must for all Nirvana collectors.

5-0 out of 5 stars KURT COBAIN ROCKS
This single is the best single i've brough manly because it was by nirvana, but it also has MV. MV is'nt a clasic but it is one of the best songs nirvana has done.

5-0 out of 5 stars KURT IS MY LIFE
This CD has 2 of Nirvana's best songs ever .Kurt Cobain Is the best person who lived.MV is a good rare song.buy this CD and any nirvana fan could email me to join my Nirvana fan Club Dressed for Success

5-0 out of 5 stars THIS IS ONE OF NIRVANA'S BEST SINGLES!!!!
All three song's on this single are purley awsome! Each song moves a NIRVANA fan a different way. If you like NIRVANA, and you don't have In-Utero, this single is a great way to get you introduced! And if you all ready have In-Utero, but don't have this awsome single, then you need to BUY IT! All three song's on this single are awsome "in there own way"... ... Read more


133. Anthology: SST Years
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5-0 out of 5 stars Start here...
On much of this compilation, Mark Lanegan sounds like he is about 18 years old. Despite the truth in that, in no way does it detract from the likeability of the songs. In fact, there are only a few tunes here that I don't care for. It's a solid collection and admittedly, I find myself really grooving with the earlier material. The guys may not have perfected their fluidity like in "Sweet Oblivion" and "Dust", but you can definitely get a feel for why the Trees eventually went "famous". Catchy and genuinely fun, not unlike the Monkees on LSD. It's also not difficult to associate this music with a small but personal venue, where it would be appropriately played and appreciated.

If you're thinking of exploring earlier Trees material, this is probably the best place to start.

5-0 out of 5 stars thanks sst!
thank god. all the old s.trees hits compiled. 'transfiguration', 'walk through to this side' and the wah wah overload is just too much! by the time the screaming trees novice gets to the 'buzz factory' stuff on this cd they won't believe that it's the same guy singing (reminds me of the difference 'tween "closing time" and "small change" from good ol' uncle tom when i listen to the cd start to finish {does mark lanegan smoke camel unfiltered?}). that said, i sure can't think of a better way to spend bucks.

5-0 out of 5 stars Pseudo Psychedelia at its finest
This anthology sounds so Sixties Trippy I sometimes have flashbacks when I'm listening to it.Checkout there hilarious comments about the Seattle scene in the movie Hype! These guys would be real fun to party with! ... Read more


134. Blow It out Your Ass It's Veruca Salt
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4-0 out of 5 stars A great find
Between American Thighs and Eight Arms to Hold You, VS released this little gem. Only 4 tracks long, this EP is a great snapshot of the band and their sound.

The first two tracks really rock, with the first half of "I'm taking Europe with Me" has riffs reminiscent of Helmet before turning light. The last two tracks are on the softer side, with more of an American Thighs "25" feel.

While the songs are great, they don't really have a uniqueness or "stand out" kind of feel. On the first listen, you get the feeling that you've already heard these songs, as they are very similar to tracks on American Thighs.

5-0 out of 5 stars so kizooool
veruca salt makes me wanna blow it out my own my ass!!! ... Read more


135. Mudhoney
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4-0 out of 5 stars I was there and Mudhoney were easily the best
I remember the whole scene developing. Most of sub pop verged on the metal - self indulgent widdly widdly. mudhoney really stood out - they were the only ones with that real fast, thick, dirty sound, and great tunesmiths too. up there with fugazi, sonic youth, dinosaur jr, big black and pixies as the best of late 80s/early 90s rock n roll. buy this album if you have a decent stereo and can turn it up very very loud.

5-0 out of 5 stars Not a bad song on this release
This is by far Mudhoney's best release. From top to bottom, a solid classic. The guitar sound along with the drum parts on this release are unforgettable-this CD made me want to play the drums. As far as the Seattle sound of this time, this has to be ranked up there as one of the top albums of that era. If you are interested in grunge but do not know where to start your collection, this is definitely the release from Mudhoney that you will want to pick up. If you have Soundgarden and Nirvana anywhere in your collection already, you will not be sorry if you pick this one up too.

5-0 out of 5 stars looking back on grunge....the best of that era..
so we have come some time since the grunge word has been used and i was going through my cd collection and was thinking what album was the album that might of been the best so called-grunge album.well this is my choice for it..
mudhoneys first if not best album titled mudhoney of course.
this is not there first album the first was the supermuff album which was a compilation of all there singals and b-sides but this is a more solid album for that era may i say classic grunge.so what makes a good grunge album i have to say is it/ mark arms =sinister if not always angust vocals or steve turners =raw garage guitar/ dan peters =keith moon style off the walls trap blasts or is it /matt lurkins fuzzy growling bass.well that about says it.some great grunge moments are here the song 'flat out f#cked/or the ravor sharp 'the gift' they even do a little jamming on the garge rock instrumental with "magnolia caboose babysh#t"get you air guitar ready.another great moment is the mellow groovey "when tommorrow hits it will hit ya hard" i think ya get the idea what thats song is about coming form someone in seattle. so i will say that this era is not really gone because mudhoney has a new album coming out in 2002 .but i will say that when i went back and listened to this album after some years it made me think that the grunge movement only had like 2 or 3 good bands and this was one of them ..also check out TAD/SEAWEED/SKINYARD/SOUNDGARDEN(FIRST 2 ALBUMS.........CLASSIC GRUNGE..ITS HARD TO SAY THAT WITH A STRAIGHT FACE..

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Album Ever!
If you like hard rock music and hard core attitude you must own this record. Top to bottom great songs and you will love it from the first time that you listen to it...

4-0 out of 5 stars THE Proto-grunge album
When the masses wax philosophic on which album defined grunge the following albums would probably get the most prominent mention: Nirvana's "Nevermind", Pearl Jam's "Ten", Soundgarden's "Superunknown" or Alice In Chains's "Dirt". Truth of the matter is, none of these albums are really proto-grunge. "Nevermind" is punk-pop, "Ten" is Grand Funk Raiload-esque boogie pop rock, "Superunknown" is updated Zeppelin and "Dirt" is post-hair band metal.

True "grunge" is the meshing of punk and blues and Mudhoney pulled it off best with this epynomous LP debut. The songs, with limited chords and intentionally boneheaded lyrics (the suicide tale "By Her Own Hand" being the notable exception) are peformed with immaculate sloppiness by each of the quartet's players. Guitarist Steve Turner, the Eric Clapton of grunge, spews forth the licks with controlled ferocity. Dan Peters is an ace with his "traps". Matt Lukin rumbles the band's sound forward with his gutteral bass. And Mark Arm punctuates the racket with his incredulous yelp.

Standout cuts are "This Gift", "Flat Out F****d", "You Got It", "Running Loaded" and "By Her Own Hand". They are as good as grunge gets, even if the album didn't sell a million copies. ... Read more


136. Salt Lick
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137. Infrared Riding Hood
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5-0 out of 5 stars Crank it to 11!!!
Please hunt this CD down if you do not have this as part of your CD collection. As like in all the other Tad albums, you will not be dissappointed by the songs and sounds on this album. The walls of sound on this CD are great. Just listen to Emotional Cockaroach. Makes the hairs on your neck stand!!! Seeing them perform this song in concert was even better..especially when Josh the drummer is standing up playing/pounding on the drums through the entire song and Tad is wailing walls of sound and feedback through his guitar!. Tad was personable enough to talk to us common folk before the start of the set, having an intelligent conversation which was a real treat, and made true Tad fans of friends and family that accompanied me to the Tad concert in Asbury Park Summer 1995. Weakling is another great example of Tad sound and feel with great drums/guitars/vocals. Particle Accelerator, Tool Marks, Dementia, and Mystery Copter are great examples of Tad's creation of Heavy Heavy sound that places this band far past any great band that came from the Seattle Sound scene. I miss this band alot and wish for a reunion tour to visit the East Coast soon. Bottom Line - GET THIS CD!!! ... Read more


138. 8-Way Santa
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5-0 out of 5 stars 'Out of stock' shows no accounting for taste in this country
A large dark figure looms above. That figure is nothing less than Tad Doyle, and he's crushing your stupid Pearl Jam collection underfoot.
I was totally dismayed that '8-Way Santa' has been deleted from the catalog. I still own it on vinyl LP. This and the Melvins should have been what the Seattle music explosion was about, with Soundgarden and Mudhoney in tow. Everthing else was a bastardization of 1980's Mid-western alterna-punk-whatever (see Die Kruzen, Husker Du, early-Replacements).

Just look at the used price...starting at $25. You bet it's the shizznitz, so get your posterior perpendicular and get some real RAWK culture, you little glucose-deficient MTV junkies. Oh yeah, start with this...Tad's "8-Way Santa".

5-0 out of 5 stars Heavy sound and ear bleeding rockin'
Tad's heavy sound and ear bleeding rockin' give them an edge that most bands in the grunge scene just don't have

4-0 out of 5 stars I Like it.
I think is one of the few good grunge albums out there, because trust me, there are few. This album mixes heavy metal with an obvious punk influence and/or mentality. I almost wish the grunge weren't dead so that I could have seen this band Perform in my town. ... Read more


139. Jesus Hits Like the Atom Bomb
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The Texas based alternative rock act's third album,originally released in 1998 & out-of-print domestically.Featuring vocalist/guitarist Tim DeLaughter who went on toform Polyphonic Spree, & producer/keyboardist Eric DrewFeldman, a former member of Pere Ubu & a colleague ofCaptain Beefheart & Frank Black. Island. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars simply their best yet
You've seen theses reviews on Amazon, and you know that it's usually the fans of the band telling everyone to buy the album. In this case, it's not such a bad idea.

If you remember Tripping Daisy's semi-smash single "I got a Girl." Well, it's time to forget. This album shows what the band were trying to attain on their other albums. The actual music is the best power pop you ever heard. Melodies slide in and out of the mix, leaving you tired but hungry for more. The lyrics are similar to before, but match the tone of the music better. The starts and stops will leve you jolted. There are no weak spots on the whole thing.

The pure power of "Field Day Jitters," the sonic journey of "Waited a Light year," the 60s-ish beach pop of "Mechanical Breakdown," the incredible "Your Socks have no Name." These songs shine.

This album was recorded with almost no label interference, so the band was let go to run free in upstate New York. What they did was produce their best album to date, and maybe the best pop album of the 90s. It was also recorded live in a lot of spots, so when the group hits a jam, you will know it and feel it.

5-0 out of 5 stars ASTOUNDING!
I'm not even sure if astounding can describe this great album.I found this CD used and bought it after reading the reviews that were already here,and you guys were right on the mark.This has to be one of the most over-looked albums,(and bands)of all-time.The entire album has such a refreshing sound to it,it's nice to hear a band that actually cares about their music,not just the music buisness."Your socks have no name"is my favorite Tripping Daisy song of all time,and is just one of the great songs on this CD.I just don't know how else to put it,if you appreciate good music,then you have to pick up this album.It is far better than "I am an elastic firecracker",which is also a great album.Much recommended!

P.S.,if you like smaller bands like Tripping Daisy,check out my other favorites,Spacehog,and Self.Thanks!

5-0 out of 5 stars Oustanding-get it while you can!
Fans of the Polyphonic Spree will love this! I'm one, and it's great to hear how Tim DeLaughter got from point A (Tripping Daisy) to point B (...The Beginning Stages). This album is delightful pop music, and there are clear indicators of where he was headed (in retrospect, of course). Standout tracks like 'Waited a light year' and '8 Ladies' are packed with much feeling and great pop hooks. The album has a big sound throughout-presumably the Eric Drew Feldman production. In some places it's one of the loudest CDs that I own (particularly track 1).

Whether this one will stay in print is hard to say--pick up your copy while you have the chance, and you won't be disappointed. This is one CD that you can sing along to, dance along to, and feel good.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wow
This album is pure pop gold.

This album dumps so many different hooks on you that you'll never know what song (or part of that song) you'll have stuck in your head next. Unlike a lot of other pop-rock CD's I've picked up, this one has some serious staying power.

I love it

3-0 out of 5 stars tripping lips
this album is charming and all but it reeks to high heaven of the flaming lips. word. ... Read more


140. Animal [US EP]
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3-0 out of 5 stars THE REVIEW I WISH I HAD READ BEFORE BUYING
Okay there are two versions of this cd.

The first one is from '94 which not only has the live recordings of ANIMAL and JEREMY but also of Daughter that ends with an excerpt from Pink Floyd's song: Another Brick In The Wall.

The second is the US updated version of the much more expensive import from '95 (That being this one). DAUGHTER is not included.

What really got me pissed off was that I had no idea that the live recordings were actually taken from the well known '94 FOX THEATER CONCERT. My point is that the sound recording for that concert were horrible. I know this because the single for DAUGHTER includes a live version of YEllOW LEDBETTER that is for more superior in sound quality and it was taken from a '93 concert in Arizona.

I gave it three stars because of the great performance from Pearl Jam on the three tracks.

5-0 out of 5 stars One hell of a rock song
Of pearl jam's second album, 1993's "vs" animal aptly shows just how hard rocking pearl jam can get. Altough at first listen one might come to the thought that animal is almost an even flow pt 2, that is not the case. With it's catchy, yet angry vocals and a pretty impressive solo, animal to this day remains and one of pearl jam's carrer defying tunes.

4-0 out of 5 stars EX-CEL-LENT
The copy I got also has a live version of daughter on it, I got it at best buy, maybe they just left it off the song listing or something. But honestly, with the only non-bootlegged live recording of Jeremy and Animal for that matter, you can't go wrong. Get it. Pearl Jam is the voice of the decade. ... Read more


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