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The 21st Anniversary Of Pearl Jam’s ‘Ten’; Get The Album For Only $5!
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Pearl Jam Ten

Today marks the 21st anniversary of the release of Pearl Jam‘s Ten, which you can get in MP3 format through the end of this month for only $5. (The CD is currently only $6.99.)

Recorded between March 27 and April 26, 1991 at London Bridge Studios in the band’s home town of Seattle, WA, Ten marks the debut for Pearl Jam, a band created from the ashes of Mother Love Bone that’s gone on to become crown princes of Grunge and now one of the greats in rock history. The album contains such memorable tracks as “Even Flow,” “Jeremy,” “Once,” “Black,” and “Alive.” Ten truly is perfect from start to finish and a must-have in any rock fan’s music collection.

Browse all 100 albums on sale this month for only $5.

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Netflix Review: Pearl Jam Twenty
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Pearl JamPearl Jam Twenty
Netflix Streaming
DVD | Blu-Ray
Written and Directed by Cameron Crowe
Starring Eddie Vedder, Stone Gossard, Jeff Ament, Mike McCready, Matt Cameron, Chris Cornell, Kurt Cobain, Neil Young
Tremolo Productions
Originally Released: September 10, 2011

As a rock fan and metalhead, it’s hard for me to imagine in many ways that Pearl Jam is celebrating their 20th anniversary this year. The time, in my mind’s eye, has flown; but the more I think about it, the more I consider how much this band has been a part of my passion for music… something evidently experienced by other fans as portrayed in Pearl Jam Twenty.

When Pearl Jam was only just starting to achieve international recognition, I was entering my teens. Music was in a transitional period, as far as rock was concerned. In the background, you had your harder edged thrash bands (and up and coming death metal groups) there, consistent with their attack. In the forefront you had the glam and the rock of the 1980s – but not for long…

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MP3 Album Deal: Pearl Jam’s ‘Ten’
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Pearl Jam - Ten

The MP3 album deal of the day over at Amazon today is Pearl Jam‘s 1991 debut album Ten for only $3.99.

Math time: Typically, MP3 songs sell for $.99 each, which means in order for the $3.99 MP3 sale to be worth it for the buyer, there has to be at least four songs on the album worth having. In my opinion, every song on this album is awesome, but here’s a few: There’s the hits “Even Flow,” “Alive,” and “Jeremy”; throw in any other song on the album (e.g., “Black,” “Why Go,” “Porch,” “Garden”) and there’s your justification for shelling out a mere 4 bucks for 12 songs.

The album is also available on CD for only $6.99.

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Watch Chris Cornell Perform Live With Pearl Jam For Temple Of The Dog Reunion
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Chris Cornell with Pearl Jam

Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell joined Pearl Jam on stage on Saturday, September 3, during the second encore of the band’s 20th anniversary live concert, turning the set into a Temple Of The Dog reunion.

Cornell performed four songs with Pearl Jam at the concert: Three Temple Of The Dog tunes — “Hunger Strike,” “Say Hello 2 Heaven,” and “Reach Down” — as well as “Stardog Champion,” a cover song from of Pearl Jam predecessor Mother Love Bone. You can watch all the videos here below of the four songs they performed at the concert in Alpine Valley, WI.

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With The Release Of the West Memphis Three, ‘Paradise Lost 3’ Gets New Ending
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The upcoming release of Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory, the third and likely final film in Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky‘s award-winning HBO documentary series chronicling the strange case of the West Memphis Three and the circumstances that resulted in their wrongful imprisonment nearly two decades ago, just got a radically different ending.

Today all three members of the group — Damien Echols, Jessie Misskelley Jr., and Jason Baldwin — were released on suspended sentences with time served after spending seventeen years behind bars. They were convicted in 1994 for the brutal slaying of three 8-year-old Boy Scouts — Stevie Branch, Michael Moore, and Christopher Byers — in the wooded Robin Hood Hills area of West Memphis, Arkansas. The killing was said to have been committed as part of a Satanic ritual. Echols, who was 18 years old at the time, was given the death penalty, while Misskelley, 17, was given life imprisonment plus 40 years, and Baldwin, 16, was given life. Due to the lack of DNA testing available at the time and the questions that arose surrounding the police investigation and the three teenagers’ subsequent conviction, the case became a focal point of controversy across the country. It wasn’t until 2007 that testing proved that none of the DNA collected at the scene of the murders belonged to the defendants.

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