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Pearl Jam Poster BackSpacer Tour

Pearl Jam Poster BackSpacer Tour



Promo Flyer to advertise The Pearl Jam Backspacer Tour


| Size – approximately 11×17 inches (28x43cm)


| Price – $9.84



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Pearl Jam 20 Movie poster

Pearl Jam 20 Movie poster



Promo Flyer to advertise the Pearl Jam Movie PJ20


| Size – approximately 11×17 inches (28x43cm)


| Price – $9.84



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Pearl Jam Poster Immagine in Cornice

Pearl Jam Poster Immagine in Cornice



Promo Flyer to advertise the Pearl Jam movie Immagine in Cornice


| Size – approximately 11×17 inches (28x43cm)


| Price – $9.84



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What does a DieHard Fan think of BackSpacer ?

I have now listened to “Backspacer” at least 20 times back-to-back since Monday morning, and it is nothing less than an excellent Pearl Jam record. At this time I am tempted to say it is their best record since 1998’s Yield. But it’s hard to say that because I initially loved the last two records Riot Act, and Pearl Jam (Avocado) at release, too, and of course still do. It’s easy to rate a brand new record high because the idea has been building in my mind for months now of how great it was going to be.

Backspacer marks the return of Vs., Vitalogy, No Code, Mirror Ball, and Yield producer Brendan O’Brien to the fold. He has done a superb job of keeping the songs crisp and short, and in typical punk rock fashion Backspacer which clocks in at only 36 minutes 33 seconds goes by in a flash.
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What Does the “Culture Bully” Think of BackSpacer ?

while still being an easily recognizable Pearl Jam record—parallels bits and pieces of the band’s previous releases this past decade, but is an animal all unto itself. The first step in shifting the band’s direction was returning to producer Brendan O’Brien for the first time since 1998′s Yield (O’Brien also produced No Code, Vitalogy and Vs.). The explanation behind the change had less to do with returning to a time period and more to do with the band necessity to be comfortable with someone who they could trust to do the job of trimming its songs down. And after initially reconvening at their first session for the album together in 2008, that’s exactly what he did. Previously the shortest Pearl Jam album had been the record-setting Vs., which runs about 46 minutes
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TYler Woodbridge say What ? about BackSpacer ?

“Gonna See My Friend,” kicks off the party with promise. Bluesy, boogie-woogie guitar pounds away as Eddie Vedder launches into his singing with the punch one has come to expect from uptempo Pearl Jam numbers. The bass line has an interesting jive to it, and the song has my head nodding and foot tapping. The fast, happy tone of the song offsets the somewhat cynical lyrics, with Vedder lamenting a pain he can’t shake, and wanting to give up.

“Got Some” picks up right where the first track leaves off. It’s another up-tempo rocker with a positive vibe to the music. Bassist Jeff Ament is in top form thus far, holding down the bottom end yet propelling the song. Matt Cameron, as always, is crisp and driving with his percussion.

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