No Code

No Code
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Pearl Jam
Released August 27, 1996
Recorded July 12, 1995 – May 1996
Length 49:37
Label Epic
Producer Brendan O’Brien

No Code is the fourth album by Pearl Jam released on August 27, 1996. This is the moment album of what is called the Vitalogy era, one of the most crucial phases of the ring ‘s life, when Pearl Jam started a rigid privacy policy with mainstream media and even fans. More experimental, artistic, and eclectic than the previous one, Vitalogy, No Code gave further to the pratics Pearl Jam decided to use to reserve their own images and only spread artwork.

Reading: No Code

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The album was produced under certain tension between band members, but in the end was a necessity and generative experience. little problems between creative process, by and large under Eddie Vedder ‘s master, even led Jeff Ament into try, early leaving the band. In fact, all members were run down and stresses with all the blackmail of mainstream media, feeling the early consequences of the exile and touring began very nerve-racking. poetically, No Code sounds like an experimental and ecletic album, something that had some appearance on Vitalogy. The previous album presented some different kind of musical stylus, but No Code went far, a face that was obscure of the band until that time.The album was developed in a background of soul-searching and physically impersonal contribution, but very introspective lyrics, composing a simple employment talking about simple, yet authoritative and necessary, subjects of life. But of course fame, aroused instability, disjunct position of the populace, escape, complicated love and deep introspection were n’t out of the album, but all of them analysed in a dim-witted look giving the album an easy and peaceful listen feature .

Tracks

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Full Album

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Pearl_Jam-_No_Code_(Full_Album) Pearl Jam- No Code ( Full Album )

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  • The album is said to be called No Code for some reasons. The most possible, even Vedder once explained that it’s also a reference to the medical terminology of Do Not Ressucitate if the album was a failure, is that the album is the code itself. Many tiny images of eyes, objects and even the band members form, together and with the full open folder, the Eye logo (resembling The Eye of Providence).

Credits

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  • Jeff Ament – bass guitar, guitar, Chapman, vocals, Polaroids, black-and-white photography 
  • Stone Gossard – guitar, vocals, lead vocals on “Mankind”
  • Jack Irons – drums
  •  Mike McCready – guitar, piano, Polaroids
  • Eddie Vedder – lead vocals, guitar, harmonica, Polaroids; credited as “Jerome Turner” forlayout, concept of No Code

  • Barry Ament, Chris McGann – Polaroids, layout
  • Matt Bayles, Caram Costanzo, Jeff Layne – assistant engineering
  • Dr. Paul J. Bubak, A. Fields – Polaroids
  • Nick DiDia – mixing, recording
  • Bob Ludwig – mastering
  • Lancer Mercer – Polaroids, black-and-white photography
  • Brendan O’Brien – production, mixing, piano
  • Pearl Jam – production
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