Pearl Jam: “Writer’s Block” from Binaural

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About “Writer’s Block”

“Writer’s Block” is a hidden song by Pearl Jam from their album Binaural.

Consists of a typewriter being banged on. The last page of the album booklet contains a jumbled mess of letters repeated over and over down the page, suggesting that it is what came from the typewriter-banging session recorded for “Writer’s Block”.

About Binaural

Binaural is the sixth studio album by the American rock band Pearl Jam, released on May 16, 2000. It marked a departure from the more polished sound of their previous album, “Yield,” and embraced a rawer, more experimental approach.

The album’s title,Binaural, refers to the recording technique used to create a three-dimensional stereo sound. Pearl Jam incorporated this technique to capture a more immersive and intimate listening experience. The songs on the album cover a wide range of musical styles, from hard rock to acoustic ballads, showcasing the band’s versatility and willingness to explore new sonic territories.

Notable tracks from “Binaural include “Nothing as It Seems,” a moody and introspective song with a prominent bass line, and “Light Years,” a melodic and heartfelt ballad. The album received positive reviews from critics and was a commercial success, debuting at number two on the Billboard 200 chart.

Binaural showcases Pearl Jam’s continued evolution as a band and their commitment to artistic exploration while maintaining their signature sound and impassioned lyrics.

How to find “Writer’s Block”

On CD: Play through the last track (“Parting Ways”)

Listen to “Writer’s Block”

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