review of "The Fixer"
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#1 Oct 1, 2009
Frontman and lyricist Eddie Vedder spews third-grader poetry in "Fixer" that is unimpressive, lacking the powerful storytelling of the band's peak years as heard in songs like "Jeremy," "Once," and "Corduroy." The cool guitar and bass riffs that made Pearl Jam so popular back in the day are nowhere to be found. Instead one guitar blandly strums away at chords while the other occasionally emulates U2's Edge with dull one- or two-note licks.
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#2 Oct 16, 2009
Let me guess. Gavin Rossdale fan?
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