Off He Goes / Dead Man by Pearl Jam

Pearl Jam reissues! As well as 2 mid-90’s albums, we have the accompanying singles: here is Off He Goes / Dead Man from 1996’s experimentally-leaning No Code. We’re told that the song is essentially about Eddie Vedder himself being a bit of a dick. Now re-pressed on 7” vinyl by Legacy, in an edition of 500.

Limited Vinyl 7" £5.99 88875188997

Limited 7" on Legacy. Edition of 500 copies.

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Off He Goes / Dead Man by Pearl Jam
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8/10 Jack 4th September 2016

Pearl Jam's fourth album, not very well received by the mainstream radio audience, but for the devoted fan contains multiple tracks that are well worth the listen. "Off He Goes" is one of these, and the single is only enhanced by the B-side "Dead Man", which was written but never used for the 'Dead Man Walking' soundtrack. Anyway, "Off He Goes" is a sad and moving song about loss and forgiveness. Its folk influenced guitar and filling bass lines make it sound like a Neil Young ballad almost. Good stuff.


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