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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 59

2024-02-19 17:56

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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 59

Welcome back for the second appointment of Musical Disclosure dedicated to Pearl Jam.

Welcome back for the second appointment of Musical Disclosure dedicated to Pearl Jam.


Let's go back to August 1996, a year that marks a turning point for Pearl Jam with the release of "No Code". The album, often considered a departure from the style of "Ten", embraces experimental ballads and garage rock. Despite debuting high on the charts, the album quickly loses ground. The singles "Who You Are" and "Hail, Hail" characterize the group's new sound. Despite their refusal to organize events with Ticketmaster, Pearl Jam embarked on a promotional tour, followed by a European tour in the fall of 1996.
In February 1998, Pearl Jam presents "Yield", their fifth album. Marking a return to their roots, the album doesn't replicate the success of "Ten" but still earns platinum certification in the United States, selling over 1.5 million copies. The singles "Given to Fly" and "Wishlist" contribute to the album's success. In 1998, drummer Jack Irons leaves the group to be replaced by Matt Cameron of Soundgarden. The first studio work with the new drummer is "Binaural" (2000). The title refers to the binaural recording used for some songs. Although "Binaural" doesn't reach platinum status, Pearl Jam once again proves to be innovators, recording every show of the "Binaural Tour" and pioneering the field of official bootlegs.


Today, we propose listening to "Hail, Hail"!

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