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  1. Fejind Reply
    Home > Pearl Jam > Cassette Album > Vs Vs. Vs Canada - ZT Clear Cassette - Plastic Case. Vs Chile - KLJC 4 Clear Cassette - Plastic Case. Vs. Columbia / Venezuela - 94 Red Cassette - Plastic Case. Vs Holland - EPC 4 Clear Cassette - Plastic Case. Vs India - 4CX / 2.
  2. Samugar Reply
    Vs. is the second and one of the most successful albums by Pearl Jam through Epic Records. The album was released in October 19, releasing only in ten days, copies and held the number one on the Billboard for five weeks. For five years, Vs. .
  3. Meztikree Reply
    Aug 03,  · A track by track retrospective review/commentary on the Pearl Jam classic - Vs. I’m joined by Kevin Dixon, Rob Clougher & Adam Webb from Pearl Jam .
  4. Taucage Reply
    Pearl Jam wrote and recorded Vitalogy while touring behind its previous album Vs. (). The music on the record was more diverse than previous releases, and consisted of aggressive rock songs, ballads, and other stylistic elements, making it Pearl Jam's most experimental album to date.
  5. Shakadal Reply
    PEARL JAM Vs ( UK track cassette album including includes Go Animal Daughter and Dissident fold-out picture sleeve which includes lyrics) Customer reviews. out of 5 stars. out of 5. 86 customer ratings. 5 star 77% 4 star 13% /5(86).
  6. Fenrigul Reply
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Vs. / Vitalogy on Discogs/5(34).
  7. Bragor Reply
    Label: Epic - MCEPC K • Format: Cassette Album • Country: South Africa • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Grunge Pearl Jam - Vs (, Cassette) | Discogs Explore.
  8. Malagrel Reply
    Official audio, hq, no 'intermissions', nothing gettin in the way 😃.
  9. Bashura Reply
    I am not sure why, but this is my favorite Pearl Jam album. All of the songs are good and there is sort of a precision and balance to the song writing that I particularly enjoy. Ten is a classic, but I like this one better. Vitalogy (sp?) was a good album but Vs. avoids some of the weirdness that makes that album less of a repeat on my playlist/5().