Pearl Jam Lightning Bolt
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Storm In A Teacup
October 28th 2013


13432 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

This was very digestible.

unforgiven89
October 30th 2013


153 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

This is one of their best albums in a while. Really good songwriting and a nice mix of rockers/ballads.



Inbetween a 4 and a 4.5

thetempler
October 31st 2013


61 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

some twats on here if people dont like the bands why talk shit about them?

anyway back to the album only got this a few days back and first play i thought it was standard fair no real stand out every track merging into each other but with every listen it sorts itself out some real good moments on here if you like pj then you ll like this album i must say im enjoying it think its the best they have done for a while

NightProwler
October 31st 2013


6778 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

I agree (both on you view on the album, and the twats complaining on sputnik). The title track and Sirens are some of the best they've done

unforgiven89
November 2nd 2013


153 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

For me it took a few listens to really start digging it. I was a bit underwhelmed at first.

Green Baron
November 2nd 2013


21111 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Sirens is a grower

Davil667
November 7th 2013


703 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Getaway is an insanely good track and very addictive. Album is not bad overall but too poppish for my taste. A bit more crispness would suit it well.

Pheromone
November 9th 2013


3942 Comments


Just got this, the new AFI and the new Black Sabbath on physical CDs a few minutes back. Got a lot of jamming to do.

emprorzurg
November 9th 2013


548 Comments


Sabbath first, always Sabbath first

linguist2011
Contributing Reviewer
November 13th 2013


1950 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Cool album. Admittedly I've not listened to Pearl Jam's latter records (Mainly the albums released in the last ten years), but this has a well-balanced set of songs. There are more straightforward, punk rock-style tracks (Pretty much the first few songs) and then there are acoustic ballads which sometimes remind me of the Country/Southern rock genre. A few songs get a bit repetitive, and sometimes Vedder's voice is just weak in comparison to the instrumentation, but it's simply another great PJ album.

Digging: Shattered Skies - The World We Used to Know

Underflow
December 4th 2013


2912 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Much better than Backspacer.

Inveigh
December 4th 2013


25405 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

idk if it's much better than Backspacer (I liked that record), but it's better





picking nits i know, but had to stand up for my boy 'spacer

Digging: Thou / The Body - You, Whom I Have Always Hated

Bigbadbob
December 6th 2013


16 Comments


I dunno about ratings... it dont matter. Music sounds best live and PJ live, wether its 10 or Lightn Bolt is a damn good show.

jtswope
December 21st 2013


2587 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Some great songs on here, but the second half kinda lags imo

Rsetness9
December 29th 2013


683 Comments


I actually enjoy that Pearl Jam is keeping its sound. It could retread the "same musical territory" for all eternity and I would be happy.

Green Baron
December 29th 2013


21111 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

getaway rocks so haard

Tunaboy45
December 31st 2013


5051 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

This is an amazing album. I think 3.0 is slightly too low.

But good review, pos.

mryrtmrnfoxxxy
January 20th 2014


13952 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

my father's son is fukn killer

Digging: Jeff Rosenstock - We Cool?

greencorn5
January 20th 2014


228 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

Yeah great vocal performance on My Fathers Son. Especially the last verse.

Itwasthatwas
January 29th 2014


774 Comments


This is better than I thought it would be



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