Pearl Jam celebrates the 30th anniversary of its hit album Ten

Pearl Jam celebrates the 30th anniversary of its hit album Ten

Today Pearl Jam celebrates the 30th anniversary of “Ten” and the 25th anniversary of “No Code” with fan memories, new digital releases, and broadcasts of the popular 2014 Moline concert. Epic Records and Legacy Recordings, catalog division of Sony Music Entertainment, advanced digital remixes released From “Ten” and “No Code”.

Pearl Jam celebrates the anniversary of its two flagship albums ‘Ten’ and ‘No Code’, which were released on the same day, 5 years later. In the fall of 1991, a period known as “The 60 Days That Changed Rock,” epic albums were released by Soundgarden, Nirvana, Guns ‘N’ Roses, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Metallica, and Pearl Jam featuring the song Ten.

The Ten Club (Pearl Jam fan community) is presenting a free streaming event for Moline’s historic Illinois concert (October 17, 2014), where Pearl Jam played the full album “No Code” live. “Pearl Jam: The No Code Show, a Free Streaming Event” begins Saturday at 2:00am Dutch time on the band’s YouTube channel and can be watched until 9:00am on Tuesday, September 1.

The anniversary digital versions of ‘Ten’ and ‘No Code’ by producer/sound engineer Josh Evans have been blended in advanced Dolby Atmos and Sony 360 Reality Audio to provide listeners with an excellent audio experience. Josh Evans first worked with the band as an assistant engineer while making Pearl Jam (also known as “Avocado” abum) in 2006. He produced “Gigaton” (2020), Pearl Jam’s first studio album in seven years, and set Dolby Atmos to attract listeners Go deeper into each path through more details and nuances.

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“These two albums look great in an immersive format,” Aldous Josh Evans. For the Ten, the goal was to create the best version of the record, bigger, wider and higher resolution; now, it sounds as good as coming out of your speakers as in your memory when you hear it the first time. 25 years ahead of its time, it sounds like “No Code” was meant to be an immersive album. The experimental layers, nuances, and raw aggressiveness are all amplified and expanded into a larger, more intimate experience at the same time.”

“Teen,” Pearl Jam’s leading debut, was released on August 27, 1991, and had hits like “Alive,” “Jeremy,” “Even Flow,” and “Ocean.” The album reached number two on the US Billboard 200 chart and was 13x platinum. On August 27, 1996, Pearl Jam’s fourth studio album, “No Code”, was released to climb to the top of the Billboard 200, and also reached number one in Australia, Canada, Denmark, New Zealand, Portugal, Sweden and the top 5 position in the Netherlands, Austria, Ireland, Norway, the United Kingdom, Finland, Italy, and Belgium. .

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