Pearl Jam - Discography 1991 - 2011 [ FLAC] - Kitlope

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Cd Software: Exact Audio Copy V1.0 Beta 3 (Secure Mode)
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EAC Cue Sheet: Yes
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Torrent Hash: 5DEF7E228502A0F32DCE1971AB7A19B218C086F4
File Size: 6.39 GB
Labels: Monkeywrench, Universal Music Group, J, Epic


[b]Albums, Years & Catalog # In This Torrent: [/b]


Ten 1991 CZK 47857 *
Vs. 1993 ZK 53136 *
Vitalogy 1994 88697843122-JKI (2011 Remaster) *
No Code 1996 EPC 4844482 *
Yield 1998 EK 68164 (ripped in Burst Mode) *
Live On Two Legs 1998 (not my rip)
Binaurel 2000 EK 63665 *
Riot Act 2002 EK86825 *
Lost Dogs 2003 (not my rip)
Benaroya Hall 2004 (not my rip)
Pearl Jam 2006 8287671467 2 *
Eddie Vedder - Into The Wild 2007 (not my rip)
Backspacer 2009 MWR9724 *
Twenty 2011 8869796035 2 *
Live On Ten Legs 2011 0252754881 *


* Denotes My Rip 


[b]I would like to thank the original uploaders for the rips that are not mine so a big thank you. Audiochecker file included for these rips. Yield was ripped using Burst Mode due to Secure mode having some issues with the disc. If anybody has anymore Pearl Jam (except for the official bootlegs) please do make available in lossless! 

Kit[/b]



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[b]From Wiki:[/b]

[quote]
Pearl Jam is an American rock band that formed in Seattle, Washington, in 1990. Since its inception, the band's line-up has included Eddie Vedder (vocals), Stone Gossard (guitar), Jeff Ament (bass), and Mike McCready (guitar). The band's current drummer is Matt Cameron, also of Soundgarden, who has been with the band since 1998.

Formed after the demise of Gossard and Ament's previous band, Mother Love Bone, Pearl Jam broke into the mainstream with its debut album, Ten. One of the key bands of the grunge movement in the early 1990s, Pearl Jam was criticized early on as being a corporate cash-in on the alternative rock explosion. However, over the course of the band's career, its members became noted for their refusal to adhere to traditional music industry practices, including refusing to make music videos and engaging in a much-publicized boycott of Ticketmaster. In 2006, Rolling Stone described the band as having "spent much of the past decade deliberately tearing apart their own fame."[1]

To date, the band has sold over 31.5 million records in the U.S,[2] and an estimated 60 million worldwide.[3][4] Pearl Jam has outlasted many of its contemporaries from the alternative rock breakthrough of the early 1990s, and is considered one of the most influential bands of the decade.[5] Stephen Thomas Erlewine of Allmusic referred to Pearl Jam as "the most popular American rock & roll band of the '90s." [/quote]

[b]Ten [/b] 1991

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Ten is the debut studio album by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam, released on August 27, 1991 through Epic Records. Following the disbanding of bassist Jeff Ament and guitarist Stone Gossard's previous group Mother Love Bone, the two recruited vocalist Eddie Vedder, guitarist Mike McCready, and drummer Dave Krusen to form Pearl Jam in 1990. Most of the songs began as instrumental jams, to which Vedder added lyrics about topics such as depression, homelessness, and abuse.

Ten was not an immediate success, but by late 1992 it had reached number two on the Billboard 200 chart. The album produced three hit singles: "Alive", "Even Flow", and "Jeremy". While Pearl Jam was accused of jumping on the grunge bandwagon at the time, Ten was instrumental in popularizing alternative rock in the mainstream.[1] The album has been certified diamond by the RIAA in the United States. As of December 2012, it has sold 9,983,000 copies in the U.S., and remains Pearl Jam's most commercially successful album.

[b]Tracks: [/b]

1.	"Once" 
2.	"Even Flow" 
3.	"Alive" 
4.	"Why Go" 
5.	"Black" 
6.	"Jeremy" 
7.	"Oceans" 
8.	"Porch" 
9.	"Garden" 
10.	"Deep" 
11.	"Release"

[b]Vs. [/b] 1993

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Vs. is the second studio album by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam, released on October 19, 1993 through Epic Records.[1] After a relentless touring schedule in support of its debut album, Ten (1991), Pearl Jam headed into the studio in early 1993 facing the challenge of following up the commercial success of its debut. The resulting album, Vs., featured a rawer and more aggressive sound compared with the band's previous release. It was the band's first collaboration with producer Brendan O'Brien. Pearl Jam decided to scale back its commercial efforts for Vs., including declining to produce music videos for any of the album’s singles. Upon its release, Vs. set the record for most copies of an album sold in its first week, a record it held for five years. Vs. occupied the number one spot on the Billboard 200 for five weeks, the longest duration for a Pearl Jam album. The album has been certified seven times platinum by the RIAA in the United States.

[b]Tracks: [/b]

1.	"Go" 
2.	"Animal" 
3.	"Daughter" 
4.	"Glorified G" 
5.	"Dissident" 
6.	"W.M.A." 
7.	"Blood" 
8.	"Rearviewmirror" 
9.	"Rats" 
10.	"Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town" 
11.	"Leash" 
12.	"Indifference"

[b]Vitalogy [/b] 1994

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Vitalogy is the third studio album by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam, released on November 22, 1994 through Epic Records. Pearl Jam wrote and recorded Vitalogy while touring behind its previous album Vs. (1993). The music on the record was more diverse than previous releases, and consists of aggressive rock songs, ballads, and several experimental tracks. Vitalogy was packaged in a booklet that replicated material from a 1920s medical book of the same name.[1] The album was first released on vinyl record, followed by a release in other formats two weeks later on December 6, 1994. Upon its CD release, Vitalogy became the second-fastest-selling album in the band's history, behind only Vs. The album has been certified five times platinum by the RIAA in the United States. In 2012, Rolling Stone magazine listed the album at #485 on its list of The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.

[b]Tracks: [/b]

1.	"Last Exit" 
2.	"Spin the Black Circle" 
3.	"Not for You" 
4.	"Tremor Christ" 
5.	"Nothingman" (*)
6.	"Whipping" 
7.	"Pry, To" 
8.	"Corduroy" 
9.	"Bugs" 
10.	"Satan's Bed" (*)
11.	"Better Man" (*)
12.	"Aye Davanita" 
13.	"Immortality" 
14.	"Hey Foxymophandlemama, That's Me"
15.	"Better Man" (guitar and organ only mix)
16.	"Corduroy" (alternate take)
17.	"Nothingman" (1993 demo featuring Richard Stuverud on drums)

[b]No Code [/b] 1996

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No Code is the fourth studio album by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam, released on August 27, 1996 through Epic Records. Following a troubled tour for its previous album, Vitalogy (1994), in which Pearl Jam engaged in a much-publicized boycott of Ticketmaster, the band went into the studio to record its follow-up. The music on the record was more diverse than what the band had done on previous releases, incorporating elements of garage rock, worldbeat, psychedelia, and experimentalism. Although No Code debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, it left a large section of the band’s fanbase unsatisfied and quickly fell down the charts. Critical reviews were also mixed, with praise to the musical variety but the album being considered inconsistent. The album became the first Pearl Jam album to not reach multi-platinum status, receiving a single platinum certification by the RIAA in the United States.

[b]Tracks: [/b]

1.	"Sometimes" 
2.	"Hail, Hail" 
3.	"Who You Are" 
4.	"In My Tree" 
5.	"Smile" 
6.	"Off He Goes" 
7.	"Habit" 
8.	"Red Mosquito" 
9.	"Lukin" 
10.	"Present Tense" 
11.	"Mankind" 
12.	"I'm Open" 
13.	"Around the Bend"

[b]Yield [/b] 1998

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Yield is the fifth studio album by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam, released on February 3, 1998. Following a short promotional tour for its previous album, No Code (1996), Pearl Jam recorded Yield throughout 1997 at Studio Litho and Studio X in Seattle, Washington. The album was proclaimed as a return to the band's early, straightforward rock sound, and marked a more collaborative effort from the band as opposed to relying heavily on frontman Eddie Vedder to compose the songs. The lyrics deal with contemplative themes, albeit seen in a more positive manner compared to the band's earlier work.

Yield received positive reviews and debuted at number two on the Billboard 200, but while like No Code the album soon began dropping down the charts, Yield eventually outsold its predecessor. The band did more promotion for the album compared to No Code, including a return to full-scale touring and the release of a music video for the song "Do the Evolution". The record has been certified platinum by the RIAA in the United States. The album is Pearl Jam's last release with drummer Jack Irons, who left the band during the album's promotional tour.

[b]Tracks: [/b]

1.	"Brain of J." 
2.	"Faithful" 
3.	"No Way" 
4.	"Given to Fly" 
5.	"Wishlist" 
6.	"Pilate" 
7.	"Do the Evolution" 
8.	"Untitled" 
9.	"MFC" 
10.	"Low Light" 
11.	"In Hiding" 
12.	"Push Me, Pull Me" 
13.	"All Those Yesterdays"

[b]Binaural [/b] 2000

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Binaural is the sixth studio album by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam, released on May 16, 2000 through Epic Records. Following a full-scale tour in support of its previous album, Yield (1998), Pearl Jam took a short break before reconvening toward the end of 1999 to begin work on a new album. During the production of the album, the band encountered hindrances such as singer Eddie Vedder's writer's block, and guitarist Mike McCready's entrance into rehabilitation due to an addiction to prescription drugs. The music on the record featured an experimental sound, evident on songs that used binaural recording techniques. The atmospheric tracks, mostly featuring somber lyrics dealing with social criticism, lead the band to convey these themes with images of nebulas in the album artwork. Binaural received positive reviews, and debuted at number two on the Billboard 200. Although the record was certified gold by the RIAA, it became the first Pearl Jam studio album to fail to reach platinum status in the United States. The album's 2000 tour spawned a large collection of official bootleg releases.

[b]Tracks: [/b]

1.	"Breakerfall" 
2.	"Gods' Dice" 
3.	"Evacuation" 
4.	"Light Years" 
5.	"Nothing as It Seems" 
6.	"Thin Air" 
7.	"Insignificance" 
8.	"Of the Girl[*]" 
9.	"Grievance" 
10.	"Rival" 
11.	"Sleight of Hand" 
12.	"Soon Forget" 
13.	"Parting Ways"

[b]Riot Act [/b] 2002

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Riot Act is the seventh studio album by American alternative rock band Pearl Jam, released November 12, 2002 through Epic Records. Following a full-scale tour in support of its previous album, Binaural (2000), Pearl Jam took a year-long break. The band then reconvened in the beginning of 2002 and commenced work on a new album. The music on the record featured a diverse sound, including songs influenced by folk, art rock, and experimental rock. The lyrics deal with mortality and existentialism, with much influence from both the political climate after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks and the accidental death of nine fans during Pearl Jam's performance at the 2000 Roskilde Festival. The band supported the album with a politically charged concert tour in 2003. Riot Act was the band's last album of all-new material for Epic. The album received mostly positive reviews, and has been certified gold by the RIAA in the United States.

[b]Tracks: [/b]

1.	"Can't Keep" 
2.	"Save You" 
3.	"Love Boat Captain" 
4.	"Cropduster" 
5.	"Ghost" 
6.	"I Am Mine" 
7.	"Thumbing My Way" 
8.	"You Are" 
9.	"Get Right" 
10.	"Green Disease" 
11.	"Help Help" 
12.	"Bu$hleaguer" 
13.	"½ Full" 
14.	"Arc" 
15.	"All or None"

[b]Pearl Jam [/b] 2006

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Pearl Jam (sometimes referred to as The Avocado Album) is the eponymous eighth studio album by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam released on May 2, 2006 on J Records. It was the band's debut and only release for J Records and also their last album issued by Sony Music. It was the band's first full-length studio release in almost four years, since Riot Act (2002). Following their performances at the Vote For Change tour in 2004, the band commenced work on Pearl Jam in November 2004 at Studio X in Seattle, Washington and finished in February 2006. The music on the record was proclaimed as a return to the band's roots, with an emphasis on up-tempo songs with an aggressive sound. The song lyrics are mostly told from the point of view of characters and deal with the socio-political issues in the United States at the period, such as the War on Terror. Pearl Jam was critically well received and was a commercial success, debuting at number two on the Billboard 200 chart and eventually outselling the band's previous release, Riot Act. The album also produced three singles—"World Wide Suicide", "Life Wasted" and "Gone"—which were moderately successful. The band supported the album with a full-scale world tour in 2006.

[b]Tracks: [/b]

1.	"Life Wasted" 
2.	"World Wide Suicide" 
3.	"Comatose" 
4.	"Severed Hand" 
5.	"Marker in the Sand" 
6.	"Parachutes" 
7.	"Unemployable" 
8.	"Big Wave" 
9.	"Gone" 
10.	"Wasted Reprise" 
11.	"Army Reserve" 
12.	"Come Back" 
13.	"Inside Job[I]"

[b]Backspacer [/b] 2009

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Backspacer is the ninth studio album by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam, released on September 20, 2009. The bandmembers started writing instrumental and demo tracks in 2007, and got together in 2008 to work on an album. It was recorded from February through April 2009 with producer Brendan O'Brien, who was working with the band for the fourth time—this was their first collaboration since 1998's Yield. Material was recorded in Henson Recording Studios in Los Angeles, California and O'Brien's own Southern Tracks Recording in Atlanta, Georgia. The music on the album—the shortest of the band's career—features a sound influenced by pop and New Wave. The lyrics have a more optimistic look than the ones in the politic-infused predecessors Riot Act and Pearl Jam, something frontman Eddie Vedder attributed to the election of Barack Obama.

[b]Tracks: [/b]

1.	"Gonna See My Friend" 
2.	"Got Some" 
3.	"The Fixer" 
4.	"Johnny Guitar" 
5.	"Just Breathe" 
6.	"Amongst the Waves" 
7.	"Unthought Known" 
8.	"Supersonic" 
9.	"Speed of Sound" 
10.	"Force of Nature" 
11.	"The End"

[b]Live On Two Legs [/b] 1998

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Live on Two Legs is the first major live album by the American alternative rock ban
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