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Live On Ten Legs

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Arms Aloft
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World Wide Suicide
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Animal
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Got Some
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State Of Love And Trust
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I Am Mine
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Unthought Known
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Rearview Mirror
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The Fixer
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Nothing As It Seems
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In Hiding
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Just Breathe
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Jeremy
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Public Image
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Spin The Black Circle
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Porch
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Alive
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Yellow Ledbetter
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 18   Total Length: 77:27

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10 Underrated Pearl Jam Songs

By David Raposa, Contributor

With more than 25 million copies of the first three Pearl Jam albums in circulation, it's safe to say that even the most casual fan had an in-depth knowledge of their discography up to that point. The fact that a Ten-era B-side ("Yellow Ledbetter") bubbled up to become one of the group's radio hits is proof of that. However, just because the band's popularity waned following the five-times-platinum Vitalogy doesn't mean the music did as… more »

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Icon: Pearl Jam

By Wondering Sound Staff, Contributor

When Pearl Jam finally compiled a catalog-skimming greatest hits collection in 2004 - a decade after the demise of Nirvana, six years after they stole Soundgarden's drummer and nearly 15 into their platinum-lined career - they really should have considered changing its title from rearviewmirror to We're Still Alive. After all, who would've thought they'd be grunge's Last Band Standing back when Kurt Cobain called the Seattle vets 'sellouts' and Eddie Vedder was swinging from… more »

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Icon: Pearl Jam

By Wondering Sound Staff, Contributor

When Pearl Jam finally compiled a catalog-skimming greatest hits collection in 2004 - a decade after the demise of Nirvana, six years after they stole Soundgarden's drummer and nearly 15 into their platinum-lined career - they really should have considered changing its title from rearviewmirror to We're Still Alive. After all, who would've thought they'd be grunge's Last Band Standing back when Kurt Cobain called the Seattle vets 'sellouts' and Eddie Vedder was swinging from… more »

They Say All Music Guide

An explicit sequel to 1998’s Live on Two Legs, 2011’s Live on Ten Legs offers a portrait of Pearl Jam’s new millennium, collecting 18 highlights recorded between 2003 and 2010. The decade was fruitful for Pearl Jam, the band generating a wave of four solid albums that nevertheless get no greater showcase than here their ‘90s alt rock standards, with “Jeremy,” “Alive,” “Spin the Black Circle,” “Animal,” “State of Love and Trust,” “Porch,” and “Yellow Ledbetter” all receiving prominent placement. If there are any surprises in store, they arrive via the inclusion of two covers — Joe Strummer’s “Arms Aloft,” a better fit for Pearl Jam than Public Image Ltd’s “Public Image” — because the music itself is straight-up solid, modern Pearl Jam, the band stalwartly anchored by Matt Cameron, who gives the muscle and a steadier pulse. Pearl Jam may stretch out on-stage, but their live shows remain not about virtuosity, they’re about force, energy, the experience; an experience which is diminished somewhat on record, but not by much. Perhaps the performances aren’t enough to warrant a reassessment or revival, but they’re consistently strong and a testament to Pearl Jam’s endurance. – Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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