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  • Audio CD (March 24, 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Format: Extra tracks, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Sony Legacy
  • ASIN: B001N18HOQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,001 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,243 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Once
2. Even Flow
3. Alive
4. Why Go
5. Black
6. Jeremy
7. Oceans
8. Porch
9. Garden
10. Deep
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Disc: 2
1. Once
2. Even Flow
3. Alive
4. Why Go
5. Black
6. Jeremy
7. Oceans
8. Porch
9. Garden
10. Deep
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2009 digitally remastered and expanded three disc (two CDs + DVD) Deluxe Edition of the Seattle band's monumental debut album, originally released in 1991. Disc One contains the digitally remastered original mix of the mega-platinum album Ten. Disc Two contains the digitally remastered AND remixed (by producer Brendan O'Brien) version of the album plus six bonus tracks: 'Brother,' 'Just a Girl,' 'State Of Love And Trust,' 'Breath And A Scream,' '2,000 Mile Blues' and 'Evil Little Goat'. The DVD contains Pearl Jam's previously unreleased 1992 MTV Unplugged performance including never before seen bonus performance of 'Oceans' with 5.1 surround sound audio remix. Pearl Jam released Ten on August 27, 1991. The album reached #2 on the Billboard 200 chart, sold over 12 million copies and became one of the cultural touchstones of the 1990s.

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Come on, this is one of the best albums ever.
Brian Perrin
Pearl Jam owed as much to classic rock as they did to grunge and to me "Ten" is one of the best all around rock albums to be released in the 90's.
Steven Sly
Each song had a good sound, and it was great to listen to.
HANA SIEGELSTEIN

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48 of 48 people found the following review helpful By The Vinyl Recliner on March 24, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Pearl Jam has surpassed the competition with this Super Deluxe Edition of the Ten reissue. Though the cost may appear to be restrictive, and to some in this economy--insulting, note that the band has put everything into this box. A lot of bands today are releasing increasingly-priced deluxe editions of varying widths and lengths, but this set feels the worth. They clearly put every bit of their respect for the long-time fans into this box set.

The cloth-bound box is rather heavy and is the shape of a vinyl record. The slip box that pulls out of it contains everything except the vinyl records. In that is an envelope that includes reproductions of Pearl Jam memorabilia including postcards, a Mookie Blaylock playing card, concert ticket, sticker, etc. Additionally there are card-stock quality photos, all of which contain the box's liner notes/credits on the back (for the set, the concert, the original album and the remix).

Underneath a composition book is fastened into the box. The book, designed to perfection by Jeff Ament and Eddie Vedder, is exactly what a Pearl Jam would expect to see. It includes notes, doodles, designs and memorabilia seemingly fastened onto the page (though every page is actually just a flattened reproduction). The book is exhaustive with memorabilia, including backstage passes, newspaper clippings, pictures of the actual Mookie Blaylock. The box also contains a full sized poster of the album cover. It's a visual history of 1990 to 1992, a peak into the band's unique design sense, thanks in large part to Ament's meticulous craft. (As a designer, I took special appreciation in seeing the sketches of t-shirt designs or posters with notes about font styles and sizes).
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74 of 79 people found the following review helpful By B. J O'Connor on March 27, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Remaster the original 1991 album to perfection,add a second disc which features a great 2008 Brendan O'Brein remix that strips away the dated reverb of the original mix and makes Eddie Vedder's vocals clearer and more upfront,gives the guitars additional bite and edge and adds kick and punch to the bass and drums.Include outtakes and demos,"Brother" being the standout with the slowed-down "State Of Love And Trust" being a close second.Contain all of the 1992 "MTV Unplugged" performance (availble for the first time on DVD)and compliment it with stellar picture and sound quality.(BTW, all discs were mastered by the talented Bob Ludwig.)Finish off with a nostalgic,colorful booklet and you've got a great,entertaining package worth its high price.Bravo!
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83 of 93 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan Vanasse on April 11, 2002
Format: Audio CD
The album, named after the Jersey number of basketball star, Mookie Blaylock, has been considered as being among the finest and most influential albums written during the 90s, and with reason. Before 91, Michael Jackson was atop the charts, the king of pop. It was not until the rise of Nirvana, and subsequently Pearl Jam, that the 'King' was dethrowned. Armed with epic, sweeping hard rock anthems and the bleedingly powerful vocals from Eddie Veddar, Pearl Jam found itself atop the charts themselves.
I admit, I hated 'Ten' for the first full year of it's release. It took some time to sink in. I was too accustomed to Weird Al, Madonna and 'Sweet Dreams'... I was still submerged in the 80s, and the blistering power of Pearl Jam was simply too much for me. Yet as I grew familiar with the Seattle quintet, so did my appreciation of their music. It was not until 93's "VS" that I realized that Pearl Jam had become my favorite band of all-time. I have been ardently following their career ever since.
Song by song review:
1. Once - With a profoundly suspenseful and edgy guitar to backdrop the first emergence of Eddie's vocals, this song is immediately famous. Plus it's got a haunting oceanic intro to boot...
2. Even Flow - Arguably Pearl Jam's most famous song, Even Flow is easily deserving of such status. It explodes into a narrative about a Homeless man, and manages to maintain the ripping intensity for 5 solid minutes.
3. Alive - Another contender for the most famous song by Pearl Jam, this song roars for nearly 6 minutes. Starting somewhat slow, this song builds to a climactic guitar solo that rivals any Zeppelin or The Who.
4. Why Go - Similar to "Even Flow" in it's blinding energy, this song is a standout among standouts.
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58 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Brandon J. Smith VINE VOICE on March 24, 2009
Format: Audio CD
To be perfectly honest, I've never had a problem with the production of Pearl Jam's classic debut album. It's always been a little slicker than the albums that followed, but I feel like it gave the cd its own unique texture within their catalog. But, for years, the members of Pearl Jam indicated they'd like to revisit the album, and now they have. The original cd (included here) sounds great. The "redux cd" sounds great. Brendan O'Brien's production is immediate and well-balanced. He's a great producer, and he's got a great feel for Pearl Jam, having worked with them numerous times. So, while I don't know that I'd describe it as "better" or "worse," it's another take on how the album should sound. So now there are two versions of one of the best albums of the 90s (or any decade). Cool.

Better still is the addition of extra tracks from that era and the fantastic MTV Unplugged performance on dvd.

The important thing to note is that this is a well-put-together and well-considered reissue, not just some cash-in. As a long-time fan, I'm really happy to have a new way to revisit this masterpiece.
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Ten original or Ten Legacy edition ?
Given the compression that online stores such as Amazon use on their samples (far worse than MP3s) there's no doubt you wouldn't hear the difference between the two.

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Sep 14, 2009 by Ian M. Perge |  See all 2 posts
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Well, the difference in cost on Amazon is only $14.00, so you wouldn't have to pay $23 more to get the DVD. I definitely think the DVD is worth it if you're a Pearl Jam fan. I just watched it this morning and I loved it! The sound and visuals are both great.
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