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Pearl Jam's Jeff Ament Premieres "Safe In The Car" Video

Pearl Jam’s Jeff Ament has shared a new video for “Safe In The Car” off his new solo album “Heaven/Hell” (out May 10). This track features Ament’s Pearl Jam bandmates Matt Cameron (drums) and Mike McCready (guitar), as well as Angel Olsen on additional vocals, and Brianna Atwell, Jordan Voelker, April Cameron and Alex Ho on strings. 135 more words


Objects in the Mirror are Closer Than They Appear (a short story)

My little nothing-special car careens around a curve; I’m going too fast, the music is blaring, I’m screeching at top volume, only a third of my mind engaged on the act of driving. 2,924 more words

Best tunes of 1991: #25 Pearl Jam "Jeremy"

I started off this Best tunes of 1991 series with an honourable mention post on Nirvana’s “Smells like teen spirit”, ruling it out from my top 30 from the outset. 395 more words


Pearl Jam - Release

Always been a therapeutic song for me.  One of my favorites from them.


Jeff Ament's New Single 'Safe In The Car' With Angel Olsen Is The First Glimpse Into His New Solo Career

One of the reasons that Pearl Jam has managed to carry on for nearly 30 years at this point is that the different members of the band carry on a pretty healthy, and artistically-fulfilling existence outside of the group. 191 more words


Nirvana Is Overrated

So with today being the 24th anniversary of Kurt Cobain’s suicide, social media was flooded with Nirvana talk. I saw so many people writing things like, “RIP Kurt” with the music video to “Smells Like Teen Spirit” attached (Because that’s the only song they know) and it made me sick. 1,051 more words

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"Nothingman" vs. "Better Man"

In a battle of Pearl Jam tracks off their 1994 album Vitalogy, who wins: “Nothingman” or “Better Man”?

“Better Man” – Pearl Jam, 1994

Okay, so I’ve probably listened to this track thousands of times (if not more.) It’s been a classic in my mind ever since the first time I heard it way back when; in fact, it’s the main reason I purchased this album. 290 more words