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Favorite Song on Yield
Brain of J 2%  2%  [ 2 ]
Faithful 10%  10%  [ 8 ]
No Way 9%  9%  [ 7 ]
Given To Fly 20%  20%  [ 15 ]
Wishlist 2%  2%  [ 2 ]
Pilate 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Do the Evolution 21%  21%  [ 16 ]
Red Dot 1%  1%  [ 1 ]
MFC 4%  4%  [ 3 ]
Lowlight 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
In Hiding 18%  18%  [ 14 ]
Push Me/Pull Me 4%  4%  [ 3 ]
All Those Yesterdays 5%  5%  [ 4 ]
Total votes : 75
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 17, 2009 11:23 pm 
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team vitalogy has more self-confidence

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it's weird. I think the people who really love yield and binuaral love those records more than other people love their favorites


I think it may come off this way sometimes (at least in Binaural's case) that it's not as well regarded by others. Not everyone puts Vitalogy at the top of the totem pole, but I don't think you'll see many people that will deny it's genius and worth. Particularly with Binaural, you see many in discussions who will discount a good chunk of that album as being quality. I think that just naturally puts people in a place where they want to defend the work.


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stip wrote:
it's weird. I think the people who really love yield and binuaral love those records more than other people love their favorites


I think it may come off this way sometimes (at least in Binaural's case) that it's not as well regarded by others. Not everyone puts Vitalogy at the top of the totem pole, but I don't think you'll see many people that will deny it's genius and worth. Particularly with Binaural, you see many in discussions who will discount a good chunk of that album as being quality. I think that just naturally puts people in a place where they want to defend the work.


yeah, I'm just being a jerk. I agree :)

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stip wrote:
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it's weird. I think the people who really love yield and binuaral love those records more than other people love their favorites


I think it may come off this way sometimes (at least in Binaural's case) that it's not as well regarded by others. Not everyone puts Vitalogy at the top of the totem pole, but I don't think you'll see many people that will deny it's genius and worth. Particularly with Binaural, you see many in discussions who will discount a good chunk of that album as being quality. I think that just naturally puts people in a place where they want to defend the work.


yeah, I'm just being a jerk. I agree :)


I'm taking this album way too seriously. :haha:


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stip wrote:
it's weird. I think the people who really love yield and binuaral love those records more than other people love their favorites


We are very loyal.

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Listened to both Yield and Binaural the other day. Good times!

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God...Yield is one insanely great album. It was almost impossible for me to seperate Do The Evolution and Given to Fly in the race for my favorite Yield song, but the studio version of DTE has been destroying me lately so I went with it.

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stip wrote:
it's weird. I think the people who really love yield and binuaral love those records more than other people love their favorites


Loving Yield = Serious Business


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stip wrote:
it's weird. I think the people who really love yield and binuaral love those records more than other people love their favorites


Loving Yield = Serious Business


Amen brother.

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Probably my favourite album right now.

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How can anyone not like this record?

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im like an opening band for the sun.

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does anyone else think Ed wrote Give to Fly about himself? that would take brass balls, but i think he did.

btw, im changing my vote to Push Me Pull Me because it deserves one vote.

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bmacsmith wrote:
does anyone else think Ed wrote Give to Fly about himself? that would take brass balls, but i think he did.

btw, im changing my vote to Push Me Pull Me because it deserves one vote.


I've had people exaplin to me that the main character is, in fact, jesus. But yes, certainly it could have been about Ed. This was a time of reconciliation for the band and Ed, finally coming to terms with what they were, what the band was, media attention and such. And indeed Push me pull me is deserving of a vote

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Was listening to Yield this morning. Great album, might finally have reached the saturation point where I've overplayed it though.


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Ok, here are the songs recorded for Yield:

Febbraio/Giugno 1997 - Studio Litho - Seattle, WA; Agosto/Settembre 1997 - Studio Litho and Studio X - Seattle, WA and Southern Tracks Recording - Atlanta, GA
Ed Vedder - vocals, guitar, background vocals; Stone Gossard - guitar, background vocals, bass on 'Do The Evolution' and 'No Way'; Mike McCready - guitar; Jeff Ament - bass, background vocals; Jack Irons - drum kit, percussion, vocals on 'The Whale Song'; Brendan O'Brien - organ, piano

All Those Yesterdays
Bayleaf
Brain Of J.
Bulldozer
Color Red, The (a.k.a. Red Dot)
Do The Evolution
Faithfull
Fallen (a.k.a. Falling Down)
Given To Fly
Happy When I'm Crying
Hummus
In Hiding
Leatherman
Leatherman II
Low Light
MFC (a.k.a. Mini Fast Car)
No Way
Of The Girl
Parting Ways
Pilate
Push Me, Pull Me
Thin Air
Whale Song, The (a.k.a. Whales)
Wishlist
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Have we ever heard Bulldozer or Leatherman II? Also, I know I've heard Fallen but can't for the life of me remember it.

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It's pretty forgettable mid-90's stuff, but then so was Brain of J when they first played it live.

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McParadigm wrote:
It's pretty forgettable mid-90's stuff

What exactly does this refer to?

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Falling Down.


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