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Remastered reissue. Double LP in Gatefold sleeve. Riot Act is the seventh studio album by American rock band Pearl Jam, originally released on November 12, 2002, through Epic Records.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

1 Can''t Keep
2 Save You
3 Love Boat Captain

Disc: 2

1 Cropduster
2 Ghost
3 I Am Mine
4 Thumbing My Way

Disc: 3

1 You Are
2 Get Right
3 Green Disease
4 Help Help

Disc: 4

1 Bu$hleaguer
2 1/2 Full
3 Arc
4 All or None

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AutonomeusTop Contributor: Classic Rock
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Pearl Jam''s most Buddhist album
Reviewed in the United States on November 9, 2011
RIOT ACT is Pearl Jam''s most Buddhist album, and that''s a very good thing. I actually have no evidence that Eddie or any of the other band members are Buddhists, but some of the lyrics convey Buddhist insights, it seems to me. For instance the great opening... See more
RIOT ACT is Pearl Jam''s most Buddhist album, and that''s a very good thing. I actually have no evidence that Eddie or any of the other band members are Buddhists, but some of the lyrics convey Buddhist insights, it seems to me.

For instance the great opening track by Eddie Vedder, "Can''t Keep," which features Adam Kasper''s piano, includes the lines "I don''t live forever, you can''t keep me here," and "I will live forever, you can''t keep me here." Paradox, but either way we are leaving our bodies and our lives when we die. We certainly don''t live forever in any literal sense -- impermanence is the nature of reality. On the other hand, "I''ve lived all these lives... I will live forever." Reincarnation is hinted at, but it could simply mean that we live on through those we touch and the stories they tell. The singer also says "Forgive every being the bad feelings," an attitude of compassion and forgiveness. The song makes you think. It suggests a mystery, and an open-ness to change, and complete liberation.

"Cropduster," with lyrics by Vedder and music by Matt Cameron, is another great song. "Everyone is practicing... but this world is an accident. I was the fool because I thought I thought the world -- turns out the world thought me. It''s all the other way round, we''re upside down." This might sound grim to some, but the song ends on a very uplifting note, with the refrain "the moon is rolling round the world" and a sense of spiritual harmony and peace. For Buddhists there is no separate self or separate things at all -- all is interconnected, we are One. We are parts of a larger whole, the separate Ego is an illusion. In any event, it''s another great song.

Of course the best-known song from RIOT ACT is "I Am Mine," one of Eddie''s best ballads. The assertion of self here is classical Western individualism, not selfless Buddhism. But it is certainly compatible with a journey of self-discovery that might lead to selflessness down the road, a necessary step in jettisoning dogma and social conformity. A beautiful and powerful song.

The first six songs, culminating in "I Am Mine" are magnificent. They would make a 5-star EP. Unfortunately the same high quality is not maintained throughout the rest of the album. At first I was not impressed by "Love Boat Captain." Eddie''s lyrics are trite. But the song is emotionally powerful, and it works as part of the six-song opening. "Save You" is angry, an attempt to help a friend. "Ghost" is about moving on, about change. Impermanence. A great song by Jeff Ament and Vedder.

Eddie''s "Thumbing My Way (Back to Heaven)" is lovely, but not among my favorites. Matt Cameron''s "You Are," with Vedder co-writing the lyrics, is a great, funky, revolving riff. Like "Love Boat Captain" the music is more powerful than the lyrics, and "You Are" is a classic example of a song that could be about a lover, or it could be about God, or it could be about the Universe -- who is it who is "a tower of strength to me"? "You Are" implies something deep and spiritual, but does not dictate the interpretation to the listener. Cameron''s "Get Right" is one of the weak tracks. It''s loud, noisy, but doesn''t do it for me.

Now we come to the political portion of RIOT ACT. I wish these songs were more effective, I certainly agree with their sentiments. The best is "Green Disease," a great rocker by Eddie that condemns greed and asks those who believe "there can''t be better ways" to "feel this world with your heart and not your brain." "Help Help" by Jeff Ament does not impress me musically. The falsetto chorus of "tell me lies" doesn''t work like the falsetto "hallelujah" in "Do the Evolution" on YIELD. But the lyric is good -- following the election of Bush, and 9/11, and the subsequent wars, Ament says "the man they call my enemy, I''ve seen his eyes -- he looks just like me, a mirror." "Not my enemy, no, not my enemy -- don''t speak for me." Stone Goddard''s music for "Bushleaguer" is good, but I''m not that impressed by Eddie''s spoken-word poetry. The chorus "blackout weaves its way through the cities" seems to indict Enron, but that public-spirited corporation is not mentioned by name. "1/2 Full" by Vedder and Ament is OK, but the best part is the line "far from lights of a city, the elements they speak to me -- whispering that life existed long before greed, balancing the world on its knee..."

"Arc" is a stunning wordless vocal by Eddie. "All or None" rounds out RIOT ACT on a note of despair. A close examination of the lyric indicates that rather than a critique of the government or war, it is a self-critique, a realization that perfectionism can be paralyzing.

Though the overall album doesn''t maintain the same high level, the first part of RIOT ACT makes it one of my favorites among Pearl Jam records.
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Michael R. Gallap
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
just terrible.
Reviewed in the United States on August 16, 2019
This was the worst PJ album I have ever bought, and possibly the worst ever, period. Even Eddies usually magical voice was just not there, beneath a bargeload of cacaphonous rubbish. I often wonder, whenever an artist or group puts out something as awful as this.. do they... See more
This was the worst PJ album I have ever bought, and possibly the worst ever, period. Even Eddies usually magical voice was just not there, beneath a bargeload of cacaphonous rubbish. I often wonder, whenever an artist or group puts out something as awful as this.. do they not have any real friends, to tell them honestly, how bad it is?
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Adam
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Least favorite of their catalog, still halfway decent.
Reviewed in the United States on December 13, 2013
Huge Pearl Jam fan old and new and this album is my least favorite of any of them, that said I still like it. For me the standouts are the slower cleaner "I Am Mine" and Thumbing My Way" the album has a couple of throw away tracks in Bu$hleaguer (I get it you... See more
Huge Pearl Jam fan old and new and this album is my least favorite of any of them, that said I still like it. For me the standouts are the slower cleaner "I Am Mine" and Thumbing My Way" the album has a couple of throw away tracks in Bu$hleaguer (I get it you hate GW) and Arc (okay you''re spiritual or something)

Much of the remaining songs sound like garage band jam sessions complete with freestyle stream of conciseness lyrics. Remember I am a huge PJ fan and like their gritty uptempo music from Ten to Lightning Bolt this album just felt like they were trying too hard or not trying enough... I''m not sure.
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Dave Moses
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Vinyl version
Reviewed in the United States on May 2, 2020
This is Riot Act on vinyl. Pearl Jam is the grunge band that weathered the storm and came out stronger. Enjoy.
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N2vinyl
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Get this one for the Grand kids to listen to down the road.
Reviewed in the United States on February 25, 2018
Love Pearl Jm and these reissues are very, very well done.
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Charles Schwable
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
good piece of music
Reviewed in the United States on August 23, 2021
I listen to old time music
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Ross Nonnenmacher
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people seem to not really like this album or they don''t think it''s their best ...
Reviewed in the United States on December 3, 2014
From alot of the other reviews I''ve read on here, people seem to not really like this album or they don''t think it''s their best effort etc. Well I may have been a year old when Ten came out but I still grew up with them too. It took me til my twenties to rediscover them and... See more
From alot of the other reviews I''ve read on here, people seem to not really like this album or they don''t think it''s their best effort etc. Well I may have been a year old when Ten came out but I still grew up with them too. It took me til my twenties to rediscover them and ever since I''ve pretty much have been buying almost all their albums. I don''t have any of the singles or any rare things like that but I have 8 out of the 10 studio albums they''ve made so far. So anyway getting back to my point, this album, in my opinion is great! I love it. Like every single PJ fan says, "it''s not Ten" yea this is true but a band lasting for this long can''t make 10 albums that sound exactly the same. Now while this album isn''t as punk/thrash as their first 3 albums it''s still a very interesting and unique one. If you look at the book that comes with the cd you''ll see that there''s more songs written by the other band mates like Matt or Jeff rather than mostly Eddie. And I like to see that because I like to hear the other band mates musical tastes and opinions and I think that''s what gives this album it''s unique sound. Boom Gaspar is even credited on one song. I would''ve liked to see more written by McCready but hey. I love the artwork on the cd and it''s a perfect balance between melancholy experimental while still holding their grungy roots. It''s definitely one of their better albums in my opinion.
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matt
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Solid Album. Better than I remembered
Reviewed in the United States on January 23, 2019
2000s Pearl Jam has a more mature sound than the first 3. This was better than I remembered when I bought when it came out. The vinyl has a warm sound.
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crispin70
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Fantastic!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 22, 2021
Riot Act really is my favourite Pearl Jam album. I think it just matches my melancholic tendencies. I love every album they’ve made though and worship the band however this really is an especially superb piece of work. Beautifully remastered and packaged. It’s a joy on...See more
Riot Act really is my favourite Pearl Jam album. I think it just matches my melancholic tendencies. I love every album they’ve made though and worship the band however this really is an especially superb piece of work. Beautifully remastered and packaged. It’s a joy on vinyl after far too many years of cd’s and Spotify.
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Paul Dickenson
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Best of the more recent Pearl Jam album releases
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 29, 2020
A quality Pearl Jam album. The good songs are outstanding but a couple do feel like fillers. Without wishing to appear sarcastic, it''s Pearl Jam, you know what you''re getting. On a side note the vinyl has been troublesome. I had to return 3 as the warping on the 1st vinyl...See more
A quality Pearl Jam album. The good songs are outstanding but a couple do feel like fillers. Without wishing to appear sarcastic, it''s Pearl Jam, you know what you''re getting. On a side note the vinyl has been troublesome. I had to return 3 as the warping on the 1st vinyl was terrible. One of them was 8mm! Even the one I kept is giving my tone arm a workout. As usual Amazon have been great with returns but I am beginning to get concerned that a number of discs are arriving warped recently.
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Marx1977
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The Weakest Link I Think!!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 23, 2011
In my opinion as far as the outstanding quality of music Pearl Jam have released down the years I personally believe this is the bands weakest effort. Bought it on release way back when and it is the only time I have actually put a PJ CD on and not instantly found something...See more
In my opinion as far as the outstanding quality of music Pearl Jam have released down the years I personally believe this is the bands weakest effort. Bought it on release way back when and it is the only time I have actually put a PJ CD on and not instantly found something incredible to listen to. Let''s say it took a few listens. Fortunately a few of the tracks grew on me and on reflection at the time I think it was a difficult CD for them to do. For me Bushleaguer is the most interesting track, although probably dated now as time has moved on! Green Disease became infuriatingly catchy along with Save You. The rest of the tracks are OK to patchy without really challenging the rock landscape to any degree. And of course I am bound to say,even at their weakest, Pearl Jam still churn out stuff better than some bands strongest, so there!!
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kerry reedus
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One of their best studio albums.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 7, 2019
What can I say? Pearl Jam rock. Pearl Jam are the greatest band in the history of music. For me, this is one of their best studio albums, along with No Code, Binaural and Yield. From other CD''s/Vinyl available ( not including the Bootlegs) I also recommend the mind-blowing...See more
What can I say? Pearl Jam rock. Pearl Jam are the greatest band in the history of music. For me, this is one of their best studio albums, along with No Code, Binaural and Yield. From other CD''s/Vinyl available ( not including the Bootlegs) I also recommend the mind-blowing Lost Dogs album. Enjoy!
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Mr. C. Sutherland
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An under-rated album
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 16, 2020
This album often gets picked on as Pearl Jam’s least succesfull critically and commercially . However I’d rank it above a few of their later albums. It has many tracks I really like and I do listen to this album over 15 years since it was released. I Am Mine, can’t keep,...See more
This album often gets picked on as Pearl Jam’s least succesfull critically and commercially . However I’d rank it above a few of their later albums. It has many tracks I really like and I do listen to this album over 15 years since it was released. I Am Mine, can’t keep, crop duster, you are , all great and overall a great album.
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