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9th Jul '17 4:56:25 PM Willbyr
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-->"Jeremy"

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-->"Jeremy"
-->-- "Jeremy"
9th Jul '17 4:56:08 PM Willbyr
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* AteHisGun: In the original cut for the music video for "Jeremy" ends with [[spoiler:the eponymous character shooting himself in front of his classmates]]. The MTV version edited it out.

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* AteHisGun: In the The original cut for the music video for "Jeremy" ends with [[spoiler:the the eponymous character shooting himself in front of his classmates]]. classmates. The MTV version edited it out.so that the gun isn't seen on-screen.
9th Jul '17 2:19:20 PM DavidDelony
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* AteHisGun: The music video for "Jeremy" ends with [[spoiler:the eponymous character shooting himself in front of his classmates]].

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* AteHisGun: The In the original cut for the music video for "Jeremy" ends with [[spoiler:the eponymous character shooting himself in front of his classmates]].classmates]]. The MTV version edited it out.
26th Jun '17 9:21:15 AM Angeldeb82
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* FauxAffablyEvil: The PerkyGoth GrimReaper in "Do The Evolution" comes off as this, grinning manically and blowing kisses as the world falls apart around her; at the end, she grins with delight as [[spoiler:the world is completely destroyed]].

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* FauxAffablyEvil: The PerkyGoth GrimReaper [[TheGrimReaper Grim Reaper]] in "Do The Evolution" comes off as this, grinning manically and blowing kisses as the world falls apart around her; at the end, she grins with delight as [[spoiler:the world is completely destroyed]].



--->''So sing just like [[Music/AliceInChains him,]] fuckers.''

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--->''So sing just like [[Music/AliceInChains him,]] him]], fuckers.''



* ReArrangeTheSong: After the departure of Dave Abbruzzese (whose drumming was a vital part of the song), "W.M.A." was reworked, adding an acoustic guitar part to play the main riff, removing the emphasis on percussion, and slightly changing the lyrics, to reflect harassment of Hispanic immigrants in Arizona.

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* ReArrangeTheSong: RearrangeTheSong: After the departure of Dave Abbruzzese (whose drumming was a vital part of the song), "W.M.A." was reworked, adding an acoustic guitar part to play the main riff, removing the emphasis on percussion, and slightly changing the lyrics, to reflect harassment of Hispanic immigrants in Arizona.



** While "4/20/02" is mostly a GriefSong, the opening and closing lines, are directed toward the [[PostGrunge various bands,]] that tried to copy [[Music/AliceInChains Layne Staley's]] distinctive singing voice.

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** While "4/20/02" is mostly a GriefSong, the opening and closing lines, are directed toward the [[PostGrunge various bands,]] bands]], that tried to copy [[Music/AliceInChains Layne Staley's]] distinctive singing voice.
19th May '17 11:59:53 AM SunPraiser
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* LastOfHisKind: With [[Music/Soundgarden Chris Cornell]]'s suicide, Eddie Vedder became this among the major grunge frontmen.

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* LastOfHisKind: With [[Music/Soundgarden [[Music/{{Soundgarden}} Chris Cornell]]'s suicide, [[http://www.cnn.com/2017/05/18/entertainment/chris-cornell-dead/ suicide]], Eddie Vedder became this among the major grunge frontmen.
19th May '17 11:54:59 AM SunPraiser
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* LastOfHisKind: With [[Music/Soundgarden Chris Cornell]]'s suicide, Eddie Vedder became this among the major grunge frontmen.
12th Apr '17 8:14:38 AM DiScOrDtHeLuNaTiC
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* InTheStyleOf: A few songs are deliberate attempts to imitate other artists: "Soon Forget" to Music/TheWho (Pete Townshend is even thanked on the lyric sheet), "Sirens" to Music/PinkFloyd, and "Dirty Frank" is a style parody of the Music/RedHotChiliPeppers, particularly "Give It Away" (and it also contains a line which parodies Isaac Hayes' "Theme from Film/{{Shaft}}."). [=McCready=] has also said that the outro lead parts of "Black" were him "trying to imitate Stevie Ray Vaughan, and failing pretty miserably."

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* InTheStyleOf: A few songs are deliberate attempts to imitate other artists: "Soon Forget" to Music/TheWho (Pete Townshend is even thanked on the lyric sheet), "Sirens" to Music/PinkFloyd, and "Dirty Frank" is a style parody of the Music/RedHotChiliPeppers, particularly "Give It Away" (and it also contains a line which parodies Isaac Hayes' "Theme from Film/{{Shaft}}."). [=McCready=] has also said that the outro lead parts of "Black" were him "trying "attempting to imitate be Stevie Ray Vaughan, and failing a pretty miserably.poor attempt at that."
12th Apr '17 6:22:31 AM DiScOrDtHeLuNaTiC
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* BreadEggsMilkSquick: From "Jeremy", "At home drawing pictures/ Of mountain tops/ With him on top/Lemon yellow sun/ Arms raised in a V / And the dead lay in pools of maroon below

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* BreadEggsMilkSquick: From "Jeremy", "At home drawing pictures/ Of mountain tops/ With him on top/Lemon yellow sun/ Arms raised in a V / And the dead lay in pools of maroon belowbelow."



* ChangedForTheVideo: The music video for "Alive" is that of a filmed live performance, not lip-synching to the actual single.

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* ChangedForTheVideo: The music video videos for "Alive" is and "Evenflow" are that of a filmed live performance, performances, not lip-synching to the actual single. singles.



* InTheStyleOf: A few songs are deliberate attempts to imitate other artists: "Soon Forget" to Music/TheWho (Pete Townshend is even thanked on the lyric sheet), "Sirens" to Music/PinkFloyd, and "Dirty Frank" is a style parody of the Music/RedHotChiliPeppers, particularly "Give It Away" (and it also contains a line which parodies Isaac Hayes' "Theme from Film/{{Shaft}}.").

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* InTheStyleOf: A few songs are deliberate attempts to imitate other artists: "Soon Forget" to Music/TheWho (Pete Townshend is even thanked on the lyric sheet), "Sirens" to Music/PinkFloyd, and "Dirty Frank" is a style parody of the Music/RedHotChiliPeppers, particularly "Give It Away" (and it also contains a line which parodies Isaac Hayes' "Theme from Film/{{Shaft}}."). [=McCready=] has also said that the outro lead parts of "Black" were him "trying to imitate Stevie Ray Vaughan, and failing pretty miserably."
22nd Jan '17 8:02:36 AM MarkIV
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** Also "My Father's Son".


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* IAmNotMyFather: "My Father's Son"
6th Dec '16 6:51:15 PM Xtifr
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'''Pearl Jam''' is a popular American rock band formed in 1990 in UsefulNotes/{{Seattle}}, which enabled the band to become one of the "great four" of {{Grunge}}, alongside Music/{{Nirvana}}, Music/AliceInChains and Music/{{Soundgarden}}. The band formed out of the ashes of local Seattle band Mother Love Bone, whose singer Andrew Wood died of a heroin overdose in 1990. Bassist Jeff Ament and guitarist Stone Gossard began writing songs together, and eventually guitarist Mike [=McCready=] joined them. Looking for a singer and a drummer, they recorded a demo tape and gave it to former Music/RedHotChiliPeppers drummer Jack Irons, who declined the invitation but passed the tape onto his friend, San Diego surfer Eddie Vedder. Vedder was impressed by the tape, recorded his own vocals for a few of the songs and sent it back to Stone, Jeff, and Mike. Within a week, Vedder was hired, and flew up to Seattle to join the band.

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'''Pearl Jam''' Pearl Jam is a popular American rock band formed in 1990 in UsefulNotes/{{Seattle}}, which enabled the band to become one of the "great four" of {{Grunge}}, alongside Music/{{Nirvana}}, Music/AliceInChains and Music/{{Soundgarden}}. The band formed out of the ashes of local Seattle band Mother Love Bone, whose singer Andrew Wood died of a heroin overdose in 1990. Bassist Jeff Ament and guitarist Stone Gossard began writing songs together, and eventually guitarist Mike [=McCready=] joined them. Looking for a singer and a drummer, they recorded a demo tape and gave it to former Music/RedHotChiliPeppers drummer Jack Irons, who declined the invitation but passed the tape onto his friend, San Diego surfer Eddie Vedder. Vedder was impressed by the tape, recorded his own vocals for a few of the songs and sent it back to Stone, Jeff, and Mike. Within a week, Vedder was hired, and flew up to Seattle to join the band.
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