Hail Hail / Black, Red, Yellow by Pearl Jam

It's time for some Pearl Jam reissues! As well as two mid-90’s albums, we have the accompanying singles: here is Hail Hail / Black, Red, Yellow from 1996’s experimentally-leaning No Code. Although Hail Hail is a proper rocker really... Now re-pressed on 7” vinyl by Legacy, in an edition of 500.

Limited Vinyl 7" £5.99 88875189017

Limited 7" on Legacy. Edition of 500 copies.

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Hail Hail / Black, Red, Yellow by Pearl Jam
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6/10 Jack 4th September 2016

"Hail, Hail" is one of the best cuts from No Code, a largely underappreciated effort from Pearl Jam, but it is obvious why "Black, Red, Yellow" found its way to a B-side. Any song about Dennis Rodman can definitely be considered an embellishment and fodder for humour and innuendo. I think if you asked Eddie Vedder and the band they would like to take this one back. It isn't up to the high standard of b-sides like "Dirty Frank", "Wash", and "Leatherman" (a song that repeatedly makes live set lists).



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