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  • Audio CD (11 Nov. 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Columbia Records/Sony
  • ASIN: B0000DYJM6
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 400,025 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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As a fan of Peal Jam since the beginning I decided to buy this album simply to maintain my PJ collection. My expections weren't that high, even though I had heard some of the tracks before. I suspected there would be a couple of 'dodgy' tracks.
How wrong can you be !!! I have come to the conclusion that Messers Vedder, Ament, Gossard and McCready couldn't write a bad song even if they tried. The quality of the music on this collection is astounding.
If you are a fan of Pearl Jam you will buy this album regardless of what people say. If you are not a PJ fan, but would like to see what all the fuss is about, at a very reasonable price. I strongly suggest you get this as it would, in my opinion, serve as an excellent introduction to a fantastic, consistently superb band.
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The 'Rarities and B-Sides collection' has always been something to be pretty wary of. Something that only the really solid fan of the artist should embrace. And with Pearl Jam's 'Lost Dogs' double-disc collection, that is basically how it goes. This doesn't mean that Pearl Jam are just any band whose music should only be bought by those who love them, far from it. Pearl Jam through the nineties and right on into the new millennium has been writing essential modern day rock music. Whether classic rock (The exceptional "Ten"), pure heavy rock (The rollicking "Vs"), experimentation (The love/hate "No Code" and parts of "Vitalogy"), rock in a more chartable style ("Yield") and a little bit of everything ("Binaural" and recently "Riot Act"). So it comes as no surprise that a B-Sides collection that has spanned their entire career, has a little bit of everything, and surprisingly all sounds very good as one item.
For sure, this is not an item that just anyone should buy, having knowledge of Pearl Jam does help, but "Lost Dogs" is much better than your average B-Sides package, and there are some startling omissions from their original releases. For example, how the achingly beautiful, 'Other Side', never made the average 'Riot Act', I'll never know, it would surely have been an album highlight. 'Fatal' not making the inconsistent 'Binaural' is also a bit of a mystery, but what it does say about this album, is that it plays like a studio album. Although many songs were recorded at completely different times, Vedder's voice stays fresh throughout, and you can hear the two guitarists, particularly Gossard, slowly learning to use their instruments to their best and occasionally even finding original styling.
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The fact that these songs weren't considered good enough for any Pearl Jams studio albums says something about how good this band is. This album is a classic in its own right - even if they are just B-sides, any other band would be pleased to release a Greatest Hits album as good as this.

From 'Wash' and "Dirty Frank' from the Ten era to the more recent 'Down' and 'Undone' from Riot Act, all the Pearl Jam songs that you may or may not have missed over the years are here.

You remember them...Yellow Ledbetter, Footsteps, Alone, Last Kiss, Leavin Here, Hard To Imagine, they're all here....

Some of my favourite PJ tracks of all time are on here. Special mention must go to 'Hold On', 'Let Me Sleep', the instrumental 'Brother' and 'Strangest Tribe' which reminds me of 'The Doors - Indian Summer'.

Also listen out for the hidden track at the end of disc 2, which is Eddie's ode to the late Layne Staley of Alice In Chains.
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Lost Dogs is a selection of past b-sides and studio outtakes chosen by the band, and the result is an album which stands alongside any of the band's previous work. Both discs are superbly sequenced and indeed all of the tracks are imbued with that wonderful, effervescent magic that is displayed on all of the bands releases. What makes Lost Dogs so satisfying is the fact that the collected material ranges from Ten outtakes right through to Binaural and Riot Act. despite subtle shifts in sound and texture the honesty and emotion that was so prevalent on Ten's twin guitar-nirvana orientated tracks is still there on the obtuse acoustic songs from the Binaural era. Pearl Jam are a band that are getting better with age but this collection proves they have always been a superb group. Indeed they are one of few, perhaps the only band working today with such strong b-sides (I'm a massive REM and U2 fan but I have to say that the quality of the bonus material on those two bands respective recent Best Of's was not great.) To choose highlights from such a quality collection I hope will not diminsish my point that this is superb throughout but here goes: 'Hold On' this is easily one of the band's strongest ever songs and I have been humming for a week now ( I suspect it's anthemic nature caused an immediate desire in the band to keep it off Vs - same reason why Jeremy was never given a US domestic single release.) 'Hold On' shares with 'Alive', 'Nothingman', 'Light Years' and 'Thumbing My Way' a sense of palpable loss and yet possesses an affirming quality. It's basically just a top-notch song and worth the purchase price alone.Read more ›
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