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This review is from: Yield (Audio CD)
Now on to their fifth album they seem happiest when they havesomething in the way. The band vents their frustration during this year on a ticket agencey and unfortunately lose. Eddie Vedder hardly screams once on this album and seems to want to step back from making legendary performances and would rather stand there and bop and concentrate on singing only. The stands out songs here are 'Do The Evolution, Brain of J, No Way and Faithful'. This is a picture of a pioneering band passing on the 'Make a Difference' torch falling behind and taking whatever audience they have and going with what they have. 'Wishlist' outlines Eddies hopes and dreams for the future. Eddie often talks about how important the fans are, but they fail to realize that not all of their fans live in America.