This album of Pearl Jam is already part of the history of modern rock. After all, it is very rare to see such vitality and creative force in a band close to completing two decades of road, especially in times of celebrities `` `` instant and disposable as we live.Titled simply `` `` Pearl Jam (second vocalist Eddie Vedder, the album had too much information for even need a title), this new work combines two great forces: a distinctive and powerful voice of Vedder and the excellent work arrangements every song. It is the feeling, always positive and this, that nothing was put into the music without hard work, dedication, excellence in a creative process of maturation of good ideas into great achievements.Fruit of the Seattle grunge movement of the early 90s, which gave the world great bands like Nirvana, Soundgarden, Mudhoney and Alice in Chains, Pearl Jam continues with the tunes and ballads that always made her the least grunge band of the grunge movement or as the lead singer of Mudhoney said: `` At least I know that this group (belonging to the grunge bands) Eddie Vedder does not like to be placed beside us ``.Among the songs on the album work, to use the jargon of a vampire music industry, the vibrant `` `` World Wide Suicide has resulted in a great video clip. In the wake of other clips of the band also memorable as the apocalyptic `` `` Do the Evolution, `` is `` World Wide Suicide bomb in a comforting thought typical petty bourgeois. While the first clip we see the timeline of exploitation of man by man, leaving the caves until you reach the savage capitalism and the men who still buy shares on the stock market crash (buying stocks on the day of the crash), the second shows the `` innocent `` a kid's play as a blue sphere. It turns out that end of the clip it is clear that the ball so helpless and manageable is the Earth, our little blue planet and finite.Criticism of Bushe fact that Pearl Jam fans have become accustomed to this quality in all works of the band so far. The novelty is the consolidation of the heavy political overtones, anti-war, even to acid. The penultimate work of the band (Riot Act) already contained the germs of this process. Songs such as blunt Bushleaguer Greendisease and set the tone of the criticism of his favorite target, George W.
Bush and his clique. "He is not a leader, he is a leader in Texas" (He's not a leader, he's a Texas leader) said about Bush's son, a representative of the U.S. state not exactly known for being the vanguard of thought free and revolutionary.So far, however, was still critical specific personal same. The causes and real interests behind these thugs were eclipsed, as if they were not always there, always thirsty. About this "eclipse" of the figure of power, it is impossible not to relate to and embody the infallible character (?) Fausto Wolff - Nathaniel Jebão - and your creature - your dick, lord of all decisions, anonymous and ubiquitous.In this sense, Pearl Jam - The Album 2006 is a significant advance. Just read the letter `` `` World Wide Suicide (something like Suicide on a Global Scale), with phrases like: `` It's a shame to wake up in a world of suffering `` (it `sa shame to wake in a world of pain) and `` writing checks that others will pay `` (writing checks That others pay), a clear allusion to the rulers `` `` `` and `` people) to know that the force X explorers explored, typical of bands such as Rage Against The Machine (unfortunately now disbanded) and System of a Down, there is in our power to be felt, and why not, taken for practice.Apart from all the band `` `` activism; Vedder part, for example, an organization called Earth First (something like the Earth in the first place); Pearl Jam remains one of the most important bands of the contemporary scene thanks to its quality, creativity, and now, for your interesting socio-political vision. That his new side only reinforces its already strong position, which we hope will endure for a long time. The band's new tour, which also has gone by Brazil, continues in full swing, with shows planned until late 2006. Good music thanks.