NkThrasher: Tubthumper was by a hefty margin the worst song on that album, the rest of it is actually fun to listen to and don't make you want to stab your eyes out.
uber humper: goolump: uber humper: Langston: Better a small check than no check at allPearl Jam used to play that tune. Not anymorehttp://www.ticketmaster.com/Pearl-Jam-tickets/artist/735836Eh, that's okay, they haven't produced anything worth listening to for quite some time.I was watching a YouTube video of a recent PJ concert. I was a little embarrassed for them and their 30 to 40somthing y/o fans decked out in grunge. These are the 90's version of the Summer of Love hippies who never grew up.
Target Builder: uber humper: Langston: Better a small check than no check at allPearl Jam used to play that tune. Not anymorehttp://www.ticketmaster.com/Pearl-Jam-tickets/artist/735836They're still around? It always amazes me when I find out that groups that were big while I was in high school a long long time ago are still going. Who are their fans these days? People who never grew up from high school and have been following the same band for three decades? Or has the band grown up with their audience and now sings about sending their kids to college? Or is a group of 50 year old guys somehow still relevant to kids in high school discovering their music for the first time?
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