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Pearl Jam and Eddie Vedder: None Too Fragile…

Pearl Jam and Eddie Vedder: None Too Fragile

by Martin Clarke

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0859652572, Paperback)

In this major biography Martin Clarke investigates one of the most popular and influential bands of our time. He brings to life the group's tumultuous ascent to superstardom in 1991, and explores the toll which the pressures of fame took upon them - particularly on the fragile Eddie Vedder - before their triumphant return to form with the acclaimed album No Code and their best album to date, Yield.

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ROCK & POP. This detailed biography tracks the meteoric rise and tumultuous history of this seminal group and its enigmatic leader, Eddie Vedder, tracing their story from their beginnings amidst Seattle's grunge underground through the excesses and pressures of superstardom, to their current incarnation as mature rock heavyweights.… (more)

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