Pearl Jam - No Code
NME.COM feature on Pearl Jam - No Code album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 30 November 1995
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- Hail, Hail
- Who You Are
- In My Tree
- Off He Goes
- Red Mosquito
- Present Tense
- I'm Open
- Around the Bend
The quintet’s 10th album tries to experiment, but there’s something very ‘mopey American teenager’ about ‘Lightning Bolt’
- Oct 14, 2013
Grunge stagers grow old gracefully
- Mar 2, 2003
Mystic comeback from Eddie Vedder's Seattle veterans
- Nov 12, 2002
Elsewhere, Afghan Whigs played 'Across 110th Street' in honour of the late Bobby Womack
Sweaty concoction glugged during Pearl Jam show in Stockholm
The band played a portion of the Oscar winning song during an extended version of their own track 'Daughter'
Pearl Jam - No Code: Wikipedia Album Entry
'No Code' is Pearl Jam's fourth studio album and was released on August 27, 1996 through Epic Records. The music on the record is even more diverse than what the band had done on previous releases, incorporating elements of garage rock, worldbeat, and experimentalism.
Although 'No Code' debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, it left a large section of the band’s fanbase unsatisfied and quickly fell down the charts. The album became the first Pearl Jam album to not reach multi-platinum status. The album has been certified platinum by the RIAA in the United States.
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