At least u can tell it’s Pearl Jam unlike Green Day’s new album
Love this album!
Mature album by a grown-up band. Excellent from start to finish.
By Plumbus Dinglebop
Give this album time to breathe. There’s great content aplenty here and something for everyone to jam to.
More Neil Young tribute crap
By Ur GF next BF
Just more recycled Neil Young music from a band that has lost all passion, energy, and emotion from their music since the mid 1990s
Look, Here’s the Deal
I’ve been in since Ten. They dropped off a cliff after Yield, plain and simple. Sure they’ve had classic songs here and there since, including 7 o’clock and Comes and Goes off this one. But face it, it’s mostly devolved into Eddie yammering unintelligibly about something or other along to banal rock like tunes. Really thought PJ would be next Led Zep but lets appreciate them forbwhat they are, a classic rock band with epic albums from the 90s and some great tunes since. Absolutely nothing wrong with that and I will be the first guy on line for their next tour, God willing.
By Shoops 17
Definitely what PJ needed to do.. change it up by not too much. Favorite song is Take the Long Way. It’s a classic rocker that can be put on Vs. I’d say this is their 3rd or 4th best album they have made. Great work fellas and perfect for this quarantine
Trying to Hard
At least that is what it seems to me. Like they were trying a little too hard to push the boundaries of the band, and explore a new sound. Don’t get me wrong, it has its moments. But if you were hoping, as I was, for another album on the level of Lightning Bolt, after such a long break, well. . .let’s just say lightning didn’t strike twice.
The grungiest album in AGES
By Victor Varga
I’ve listened to EVERY Pearl Jam album and I can honestly & without any shame say that Gigaton is their best album since Vitalogy.
I can’t help the permagrin :)
If Robert Johnson signed a contract with the devil for his musical talent, then the Yang to Roberts Yin is here! Pearl Jam must’ve signed a contract with the Almighty himself to rock this earth! Long live inspiration and creativity!
Album is a grower but amazing music nonethelesss. Pearl Jam continues to blow my mind.