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9 thoughts on “ Corduroy - Pearl Jam - Vitalogy (Cassette, Album)

  1. " Corduroy " is the eighth song on Pearl Jam 's third studio album, Vitalogy. Despite the fact that the song was never released as a single, it managed to reach number 13 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart and has become one of their most popular songs from Vitalogy.
  2. Vitalogy is the third studio album by American rock band Pearl Jam, released on November 22, on Epic Records. Pearl Jam wrote and recorded Vitalogy while touring behind its previous album Vs. ().
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Vitalogy on Discogs. Label: Epic - JK1,Legacy - JK1 • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Grunge.
  4. Feb 02,  · and Vitalogy along with remastered vinyl versions of both albums, a vinyl version of the Boston show, a cassette of highlights from Pearl Jam's national "Monkeywrench Radio" broadcast, a.
  5. Vitalogy, an Album by Pearl Jam. Released 22 November on Epic (catalog no. E ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Grunge, Alternative Rock.
  6. Written largely during sound checks while Pearl Jam toured behind ’s Vs., Vitalogy is, above all else, the band’s first record with Eddie Vedder at the wheel. When he’d joined the Seattle outfit a few years earlier—a surfer from San Diego who’d auditioned long-distance via cassette tape—Vedder hadn’t expected to become a celebrity or the face of a supposed .
  7. Vitalogy was a deeply emotional album, coming as it did as the members of Pearl Jam were grappling with an onslaught of fame and finding their own public voices, culminating in their fight against the Ticketmaster monopoly. To the extent that a release of Vitalogy captures and reflects that emotion, it is a credit to that release/5().
  8. Corduroy This song is by Pearl Jam and appears on the album Vitalogy (). The waiting drove me mad You're finally here and I'm a mess I take your entrance back Can't let you roam inside my head I don't want to take what you can give I would rather starve than eat your bread I would rather run but I can't walk Guess I'll lie alone just like before .
  9. Editors' Notes Released at the end of , the year of Kurt Cobain’s suicide, Vitalogy can be heard in part as a tribute to the fallen Nirvana singer. “Last Exit,” “Not For You” and “Immortality” all could be read arguably as Pearl Jam acknowledging his difficult life and all are among the album’s most affecting tunes.

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