[ Epic Records / CD ]
Release Date: Sunday 15 February 1998
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After the success of their debut album Ten and !993's Vs, Pearl Jam somewhat shunned the limelight with a more introspective sound across their next couple of releases, making for a more intimate listen than the aforementioned albums. Perhaps it was an intended move as the band, and in particular Eddie Vedder, had become increasingly uncomfortable with the pressures being lauded as "spokespeople of a new generation" can bring.
On Yield, the band sound like they've come to terms with their place in music history. Pearl Jam and Brendan O'Brien teamed up once again for a spirited session marked by the breakthrough of band members (guitarists Mike McCready and Stone Gossard, bassist Jeff Ament and drummer Jack Irons) bringing in finished songs for Vedder to add his signature lyrics to.
Given their longevity it's no surprise that different generations have alternative views as to which is the best Pearl Jam album. Yield can be rightly claimed as an essential part of the band's catalogue.
Brain of J.
Given to Fly
Do the Evolution
Untitled [Red Dot]
Push Me Pull Me
All Those Yesterdays