In what many are calling their real comeback album since the band ducked out of the mainstream spotlight over ten years ago, Pearl Jam's Backspacer has the Seattle grunge quintet on course to grab its first No. 1 slot on the Billboard charts in 13 years. Released on Sunday and sold exclusively in the States through Target, iTunes, the band's website and independent record shops, Backspacer is predicted to move anywhere between 175,000 and 200,000 units by the end of this week. It's a pace that, ifBillboard prognosis is correct, should have Peej sitting pretty atop the list next week as well. THEY'RE STILL ALIVE, both literally and figuratively. Sigh.