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In 1991, Pearl Jam's debut album, Ten, catapulted the little-known Seattle-based band into superstardom. Nine studio albums, hundreds of unique live performances and hundreds of official live concert bootleg releases later, the band continue to be critically acclaimed and commercially successful -- with over 60 million albums sold worldwide.

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  • Audio CD (November 11, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: 2000
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B0000DYJM6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (190 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,125 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. All Night
2. Sad
3. Down
4. Hitchhiker
5. Don't Gimme No Lip
6. Alone
7. In the Moonlight
8. Education
9. Black, Red, Yellow
10. U
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Disc: 2
1. Fatal
2. Other Side
3. Hard to Imagine
4. Footsteps
5. Wash
6. Dead Man Walking
7. Strangest Tribe
8. Drifting
9. Let Me Sleep
10. Last Kiss
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The songs are that good.
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I recommend this album to all music fans, as I am sure everyone will be completely amazed with this fantastic album. go buy it now.
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This collection has some of the greatest b-sides and rarities available.
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66 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Timothy Read on December 9, 2003
Format: Audio CD
If you've followed Pearl Jam at all, you're well aware of their habit of putting otherwise unreleased songs on singles, soundtracks, compilation/benefit albums, etc. So, someone who doesn't have the time or money to track down all these songs can miss a lot of great music. Plus, who wants to risk getting a soundtrack that sucks otherwise?
For those who don't want to spend a small fortune getting all kinds of singles and other albums, Lost Dogs assembles some notables (and unknowns) in a simple, great package.
Lost Dogs covers most of their career, with B-sides and from virtually every era (Vitalogy is notably absent). Some have been heard before -- the ubiquitous Yellow Ledbetter and Last Kiss, and some were previously unavailable -- Sad and Fatal, among others.
What sets this compilation apart from most is that there are so many songs that you hear and wonder how they decided to cut them. It's not a collection of weak filler material. Several of these songs could have done very well on commercial radio. Most everything is really good.
Of course, the double album is difficult to nail perfectly. Usually there are some dogs (pun not intended) among everything else. But the bulk of the album is great and overshadows the occasional misstep.
Purists take note: Some of the songs on here may not be the original version you're familiar with. Fans have noted differences in a couple songs, but for the most part, it's nothing bad.
While it may not be everyone's dream compilation (I wish they would have included State of Love and Trust), the amount of stuff that is on here is great. And some songs -- Sad, Alone, Undone, Fatal, etc. are worth the price of admission alone.
If you're a fan, you owe it to yourself to check it out if you haven't already.
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50 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Calvin93 on November 22, 2003
Format: Audio CD
30 great b-sides, rarities, and unreleased tracks to please any Pearl Jam fan. I was thrilled to hear the early b-sides (Alone, Footsteps, Dirty Frank) plus the import release of TEN closing track Wash to remember the band in its heyday, and equally enjoyed Riot Act's extra track Down - excellent. These coulda-been hits are interspersed with other cuts that either never made the studio albums or were on benefit albums (Whale Song) for a truly enjoyable selection. No, not every song is a classic (though Last Kiss is included, which was perhaps one of their biggest radio hits, as well as Yellow Ledbetter, which enjoyed some radio play in 1993 and is now a concert-closing staple). But even the eclectic songs (Black, Red, Yellow - complete with Dennis Rodman's voice, and Sweet Lew) are interesting to listen to. I marveled at the instrumental genius of Brother and the quiet intensity of Dead Man Walking. Anyone who has followed Pearl Jam this far would enjoy this collection. For a compilation of "extras", the material here is stronger than many bands' actual releases. Plus, LOST DOGS includes interesting liner notes with todbits about each song from different members of the band. What a treat!
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By TCompton on November 14, 2003
Format: Audio CD
From the beginning you can tell Lost Dogs is a collection of songs that either didn't make an album because they didn't make the final cut or couldn't fit on the album. For those Pearl Jam fanatics, you'll notice the re-recorded versions of "Alone" and "Wash" and the added harmonica to the same "Footsteps" recording found on the Jeremy single.
The first disk is much louder than the second. Stand-outs from disk one are "Sad," "Alone," "Undone," and the concert encore "Yellow Ledbetter." Songs that don't quite impress are "Don't Give Me No Lip," and the MOM songs "Gremmie Out of Control," and "The Whale Song."
Disk two is made up of rare B-sides and old Christmas singles along with an instumental version of the very rare "Brother." I'm not sure why they chose not to put the vocals on this song, but from the guitar riffs, you can tell why several die-hard fans consider this jewel a personal favorite. In general disk two flows better and has a little better collection of tunes. Disk two low points are "Sweet Lew," and the rare but uninspiring "Bee Girl."
Missing from this collection are "State of Love and Trust," "Breath," and "Crazy Mary" (although "Crazy Mary" may have copyright restrictions associated with it).
Overall it's a good collection of songs but not something that really feels or flows like an album. The previously unreleased songs "Sad," and "Undone" and Christmas singles "Strangest Tribe," "Driftin," and "Let Me Sleep (it's Christmas Time)" make this album special.
I would recommend it to any fan of Pearl Jam. For the casual listener it's worth buying even if only to get the young Pearl Jam songs "Yellow Ledbetter" and "Alone."
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Alan Pounds on November 2, 2004
Format: Audio CD
At the peak of the 90s alt-rock scene, Pearl Jam was the biggest band in the world. Nirvana may have kick-started their fame, but "Ten" climbed the charts quicker and higher than "Nevermind" ever has, selling over 12 million copies (as of 2003). Pearl Jam wasn't about to compromise their music for fame and glamour, which is clear when examining their career. Although Pearl Jam had created the sound of an entire decade, they continued to duck the spotlight, by making very few videos, giving very few interviews, then enduring a long battle against Ticketmaster, that lowered their popularity a few more notches. After releasing "Vs." in 1993, each Pearl Jam album that followed played to a smaller audience. Ultimately, Pearl Jam went from being the biggest band in the world, to being the biggest cult band in the world, by choice.

Due to the way Pearl Jam has gone about making albums in the past, their are several "Lost Dogs" included here. Since each album plays to a small audience, and includes an underlying theme, several songs that were officially released were shelved if they did not fit in with the rest of the material, and never made it to a proper Pearl Jam album. This is why "Lost Dogs" is necessary, a compilation of their best B-sides, stray singles, and compilation tracks, laid out in non-chronological sequence.

The variety of material is very desirable. This is Pearl Jam at their most experimental, their hardest rocking, most relaxed and most intimate in their career. "Lost Dogs" captures what the band sounded like at their peak, capturing their true passion. This proves that they had what it took to release another "Ten" album, but wisely chose not to.
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