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YIELD is the best album ever, by any band, at any time.

fanch75fanch75 Posts: 3,733
edited February 2013 in The Porch
That is all. All in agreement, say "Chiiild, please."
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  • adam42381adam42381 Kernersville, NCPosts: 2,471
    I'd say "Child please" if the thread was for the best PJ ablum No Code....
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  • There's an amazing yield thread at the red mosquito, it givesn a great in depth view of the album. Worth a look if you ever get a chance.

    Yields pearl jams best, and it's damn good. But best ever is a huge title..

    Jar of flies is really growing on me at the moment. Beautiful record.
  • fanch75fanch75 Posts: 3,733
    There's an amazing yield thread at the red mosquito, it givesn a great in depth view of the album. Worth a look if you ever get a chance.

    Yields pearl jams best, and it's damn good. But best ever is a huge title..

    Jar of flies is really growing on me at the moment. Beautiful record.

    You forgot to say, "Child, please."

    Best album ever. Look at that cover. Even the commercial is the best. GIVEN TO FLY, IN HIDING, LOW LIGHT, BRAIN OF J, FAITHFULL, Good Lord, Jesus.

    yes, Best Album EVERRRR.
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  • tcaporaletcaporale Posts: 1,577
    It's not even one of Pearl Jam's top three albums.
  • pdalowskypdalowsky Doncaster,UKPosts: 13,920
    I love it but you are out of your mind sir
  • doomponydoompony Wellington, NZ Posts: 4,442
    Chiiild, please


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  • GmoneyGmoney Posts: 1,618
    Chiiild, please
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  • fanch75fanch75 Posts: 3,733
    tcaporale wrote:
    It's not even one of Pearl Jam's top three albums.

    Come'on, son. Chiiiild, please.
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  • chiiild, please
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  • JeanwahJeanwah Posts: 6,363
    Chiiild, please
  • pjamaholicpjamaholic Posts: 1,225
    Yield was the baby that got me in. I will always have special feelings towards that album and will never stop loving it, ever!! ;)
  • Chiild, please.
    Also, can't fail to mention how wonderful SVT is. It seeled the deal for me on Yield.
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  • dimitrispearljamdimitrispearljam NINUNINOPROPosts: 137,620
    nop..TEN child please
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  • LONGRDLONGRD Posts: 6,036
    chiiild, please!

    p.s. i was quite young during the Yield tour so the Philly shows made up for all that. :D
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  • fanch75fanch75 Posts: 3,733
    LONGRD wrote:
    chiiild, please!

    p.s. i was quite young during the Yield tour so the Philly shows made up for all that. :D

    Oh man, did you ever. I saw those Philly setlists, a ton of YIELD in those. You got to hear PUSH ME PULL ME and DAYZ.....not to mention FAITHFULL. Those sets were so freaking rad it isn't even funny.

    I notice they didn't feel the need to play much riot act over that stand. I think that's an official statement. Come on, son.
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  • fanch75fanch75 Posts: 3,733
    Brain Of J - Oct 9, San Diego
    Faithfull - Oct 27, Philly
    No Way - Oct 28, Philly
    Given To Fly - Oct 30, Philly
    Wishlist - Oct 28, Philly
    Pilate - Oct 31, Philly
    Do The Evolution - Oct 31, Philly
    Red Dot - Nope
    MFC - Oct 30, Philly
    Low Light - Oct 31, Philly
    In Hiding - Oct 30, Philly
    Push Me Pull Me - Oct 28, Philly
    All Those Yesterdays - Oct 27, Philly
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  • kenny olavkenny olav Posts: 3,322
    There's no fighting Fanch on this one. :mrgreen:


    BTW, 10/30/09 is when I finally got to hear In Hiding live (after 15 previous shows) and at the end, Eddie said it was the loudest he had ever heard the crowd sing it... is it a coincidence that I was there in Sect 102 singing my heart out to it??? I think not. 8-)
  • The ChampThe Champ Posts: 4,063
    fanch75 wrote:
    There's an amazing yield thread at the red mosquito, it givesn a great in depth view of the album. Worth a look if you ever get a chance.

    Yields pearl jams best, and it's damn good. But best ever is a huge title..

    Jar of flies is really growing on me at the moment. Beautiful record.

    You forgot to say, "Child, please."

    Best album ever. Look at that cover. Even the commercial is the best. GIVEN TO FLY, IN HIDING, LOW LIGHT, BRAIN OF J, FAITHFULL, Good Lord, Jesus.

    yes, Best Album EVERRRR.

    Agreed, except Low Light sounds like a fucked up lullaby and VS. still beats the record by a nose ;) ..
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  • JaneNYJaneNY Posts: 4,438
    Its a great, great album, but I can't say best ever by any band. Not while The Downward Spiral exists. It is equal to Yield. Sorry!
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  • PissBottleManPissBottleMan Union City, TNPosts: 4,154
    edited November 2009
    For the Natty Lite trilogy alone...I give this thread a "Chiiild, please."

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    "We paced ourselves and we didn't rush through it and we tried to be as creative as our collective minds would let us be over some course of time instead of just trying to rush through a record"

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  • DewieCoxDewieCox Posts: 11,019
    If Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, and the Beatles never existed you might be right.
  • Not the best album of all time, but probably PJ's best. No Code and Yield were their musical peak. I'm not talking about commercial success, or that their music has declined since then. I'm talking about the "sound." Both are just sonically majestic. It's the flow, production, the order of the tracks, the wide range of influences (especially on No Code). Oh yeah, and Jack Irons. (Don't get me wrong, I'm a big Matt Cameron fan too.)
  • There's an amazing yield thread at the red mosquito, it givesn a great in depth view of the album. Worth a look if you ever get a chance.

    Seriously, if you haven't read this thread on RM, go read it.

    I think Vitalogy is the best, but Yield second. Probably both behind Abbey Road but not much else.
  • davidtriosdavidtrios Posts: 9,731
    adam42381 wrote:
    I'd say "Child please" if the thread was for the best PJ ablum No Code....

    +1000000000000000000000
  • fanch75fanch75 Posts: 3,733
    Child, please. Come'on, son.
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  • CosmoCosmo Posts: 12,217
    DewieCox wrote:
    If Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, and the Beatles never existed you might be right.
    ...
    True. There will never be another 'Dark Side of The Moon'. Or 'Abbey Road' or 'Sgt. Pepper' or 'The Beatles' or 'Led Zeppelin IV' or 'Physical Grafitti'. (add 'Who's Next', 'Quadrophenia' and 'Tommy').
    'Yield' IS a great album (my favorite remains, 'Vs.')... but, those aformentioned album are in a completely different league.
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  • PissBottleManPissBottleMan Union City, TNPosts: 4,154
    Cosmo wrote:
    'Yield' IS a great album (my favorite remains, 'Vs.')... but, those aforementioned album are in a completely different league.

    Same league.

    Fact.

    PBM
    "We paced ourselves and we didn't rush through it and we tried to be as creative as our collective minds would let us be over some course of time instead of just trying to rush through a record"

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  • Cosmo wrote:
    'Yield' IS a great album (my favorite remains, 'Vs.')... but, those aforementioned album are in a completely different league.

    Same league.

    Fact.

    PBM


    ahhhhh...and here we go PBM, back to reality. ;)
    definitely disagree.
    :P



    and whoever called no code and yield "sonically majestic"......LOVE it!


    aha, here we go:
    BC18033 wrote:
    Not the best album of all time, but probably PJ's best. No Code and Yield were their musical peak. I'm not talking about commercial success, or that their music has declined since then. I'm talking about the "sound." Both are just sonically majestic. It's the flow, production, the order of the tracks, the wide range of influences (especially on No Code). Oh yeah, and Jack Irons. (Don't get me wrong, I'm a big Matt Cameron fan too.)



    tho for me, no code is the *best*...but i at least have the good sesne to realize my personal taste does not dictate "fact." :P


    musical "greatness" is very much subjective.

    fact.

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  • swear by sinswear by sin Dallas TXPosts: 73
    yep. chiiild please and thank you.
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  • fanch75fanch75 Posts: 3,733
    Child, please. Come'on, son. YIELD is the best album ever. I feel like listening to it.
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