So That’s What He’s Been Saying All These Years: Listen to Eddie Vedder’s Fully Isolated ‘Jeremy’ Vocals

Eddie Vedder: Raph_PH, CC BY 2.0, Wikimedia Commons
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Among the band’s library of tunes, “Jeremy” is by far one of the more infamous Pearl Jam songs to ever be released.

This infamy very much has to do with how difficult it is to break down what exactly band singer Eddie Vedder is saying.

Instrumentally the song sounds good – it would just be nice to fully grasp what Vedder’s lyrics are while listening to the song. With that said though, we have thankfully stumbled across a solution that addresses this issue – that solution coming in the form of an acapella-only mix of the track.

Below you will find an acapella mix of Pearl Jam’s “Jeremy,” and thanks to this version of the song, you can now really hear what Vedder is saying.

When you strip away all the instrumentation, Vedder’s words come across much clearer, and you can follow along with his narrative.

If you have ever had trouble hearing what Vedder is saying in the track, you can check out the acapella mix of “Jeremy” below.

And speaking of Eddie Vedder, did you know he used to be invited over with Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammet to watch horror movies with actor Nicolas Cage? To learn more about these celebrity horror movie get-togethers, follow this link here.

Also, did you know that the Pearl Jam singer hated hair metal? Really, back in the day, he had some very strong words to say about the genre. To learn more about his disdain for hair metal, follow the link below the song.

Eddie Vedder Absolutely Hated Hair Metal

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