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Lost Dogs: Rarities and B Sides

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    talent let loose

    pearl jam is a classic grunge band. it's nice that they're a bit more relaxed here. great intro to the band as well, plus stuff you wouldn't expect to find.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    PJ is like a fine wine....better with age!

    What more can you say than this band has your sit back and relax music, as well as get up and show us what you got.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Lost Dogs...Drop the Leash!

    Lost Dogs is solid through and through. It would be unfair for me to rate it anything but 5 stars. If you like any particular Pearl Jam album, then you'll find a song on this compilation that makes this album worth owning. But, honestly, I find it incredibly difficult to find a song that isn't catchy or that doesn't grow on me. The comments from band members on each song are great. You can't beat an album with such variety (everything from Sweet Lew and Dirty Frank to Strangest Tribe and Fatal - not to mention well known B-sides like Footsteps and Yellow Ledbetter). This album is just fantastic. Great lyrics. Great beats. There is excellent early Pearl Jam and a sampling of later songs that show the growth and evolution (baby) of the Pearl Jam sound. There are slow melodic songs, fast-paced rocking guitar songs (early '90s PJ style), poppy rock bop songs, and stuff that just makes you want to mosh. I would have welcomed a third CD with songs like Crazy Mary, Leatherman, I Got ID (to use the polite name), or State of Love and Trust, but really, these are two great discs and nothing can take away from them. If you disagree, then as the song says, "get out of my...face."

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    AWESOME ALBUM!

    WOW! I'm so glad PJ came out with this new album.Its a diffrent side of the band, but it fits perfectly.All the songs are great,a definate buy for PJ fans. A+!

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