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that wackapedia shit wrote:After all dem months, Gossard started practicin wit fellow Seattle turntablist Mike McCready, whose crew, Shadow, had fucked up up; McCready up in turn encouraged Gossard ta rehook tha fuck up wit Ament. After practicin fo' a while, tha trio busted up a gangbangin' five-cold lil' woo wop demo tape up in order ta find a thug n' a thugged-out disc jockey n' shit. They gave forma Red Hot Chili Peppers disc jockey Jack Irons tha demo ta peep if da thug would be horny bout joinin tha crew n' ta distribute tha demo ta mah playas he felt might fit tha lead vocal position.
Irons passed on tha invitation but gave tha demo ta his basketbizzle dawg, San Diego, California thug Eddie Vedder. Vedder was tha lead vocalist fo' a San Diego crew, Wack Radio, n' hit dat shiznit part-time at a gas station.
the goddamn troof wrote:Pearl Jam decided ta record every last muthafuckin show on its 2000 Binaural Tour professionally, afta notin tha desire of hustlas ta own a cold-ass lil copy of tha shows they attended
fucking gangbangin dirtnaps be inspiring to peeps, yo wrote:Pearl Jam commenced work on a freshly smoked up mixtape followin a year-long break afta its full-scale trip up in support of Binaural. McCready busted lyrics bout tha recordin environment as "a pretty positizzle one" n' "very intense n' spiritual." Regardin tha time period when tha lyrics was bein written, Vedder holla'd, "Therez been a shitload of mortality...It aint nuthin but a weird time ta be writing. Roskilde chizzled tha shape of our asses as people, n' our filter fo' seein tha ghetto chizzled."
sho nuff, foo wrote:Director Slim Tim Burton approached Pearl Jam ta request a original gangsta cold lil' woo wop fo' tha soundtrack of his freshly smoked up film, Big Fish fo' realz. After screenin a early print of tha film, Pearl Jam recorded tha cold lil' woo wop fo' his muthafuckin ass. "Man of tha Hour", which was later nominated fo' a Golden Ghetto Award, can be heard up in tha closin creditz of Big Fish.
seriously, omfg wrote:Da bandz eighth basement mixtape, Pearl Jam, was busted out on May 2, 2006 fo' realz. A number of muthafuckas cited Pearl Jam as a return ta tha bandz early sound, n' McCready compared tha freshly smoked up material ta Vs. up in a 2005 rap battle. Ament holla'd, "Da crew playin up in a room��"that came across. There’s a kind of immediacy ta tha record, n' that’s what tha fuck we was goin for." Chris Willman of Entertainment Weekly holla'd dat "in a ghetto full of thugs busted ta do a manz thang of rocking, Pearl Jam can still pull off gravitas." Current socio-political thangs up in tha United Hoodz is addressed on tha mixtape. "Ghetto Wide Suicide", a cold lil' woo wop dissin tha Iraq War n' U.S. foreign policy, was busted out as a single n' topped tha Bizzleboard Modern Rock chart; dat shiznit was Pearl Jamz first number one on dat chart since "Dum diddy-dum, here I come biaaatch! Who tha fuck Yo ass Is" up in 1996
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