Sunday, March 13, 2011

Pearl Jam celebrates 20 years with a deluxe reissue

Following the growing wake of commemorative reissues, Pearl Jam celebrates its 20th anniversary in music with the release deluxe edition, the 29th of March, Vs and Vitalogy, his second and third albums respectively. Vs, published in 1993 after the success of their debut album Ten, managed to sell 950,000 copies in its first week, a record not exceeded 5 years.

Vitalogy, meanwhile, went straight to number in the Billboard charts upon its release in December 1994. Fans of the band can choose between digital download or purchase in two formats, a triple CD and a deluxe collector's edition, as he said this week in a press release the label Sony Music.

The triple CD will contain two original disks together with 6 bonus tracks (Hold on, Cready Stomp, Crazy Mary, Nothing Man, Corduroy and Better man), along with unreleased concert recorded at the Orpheum Theater in Boston in 1994 during the tour Vs Tour. The deluxe collector's edition, which will only be available on the official website of Pearl Jam.

includes this triple CD, plus a double vinyl LP, a cassette containing recordings of live studio and friends of the band performing tracks from Pearl Jam, issued in radio programs Monkeywrench / Self-Pollution. Leading representatives of the grunge scene, it is estimated that this group, formed in 1990 and currently composed of Eddie Vedder (vocals), Jeff Ament (bass), Stone Gossard (rhythm guitar), Mike McCready (lead guitar) and drummer Matt Cameron , has sold some 60 million albums worldwide.

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