- Pearl Jam – Ten, Legacy edition
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believe you me i meant the latterPosted 8 years agoGrahamSSubscriber
Jambo, I think it’s a 2 disc set, the original album on one disc, the original album plus 5 bonus tracks on the other. Not sure if anything has been re mastered or remixed. I would hope not. How could you improve on the original ?
CD1 seems to be the original album, but CD2 is all remixes and bonus tracks.
1. Once [Brendan O’Brien remix]
2. Even Flow [Brendan O’Brien remix]
3. Alive [Brendan O’Brien remix]
4. Why Go [Brendan O’Brien remix]
5. Black [Brendan O’Brien remix]
6. Jeremy [Brendan O’Brien remix]
7. Oceans [Brendan O’Brien remix]
8. Porch [Brendan O’Brien remix]
9. Garden [Brendan O’Brien remix]
10. Deep [Brendan O’Brien remix]
11. Release [Brendan O’Brien remix]
12. Brother [vocal version/previously unreleased/bonus track]
13. Just A Girl [previously unreleased/bonus track]
14. Breath And A Scream [demo/previously unreleased/bonus track]
15. State Of Love And Trust [previously unreleased/bonus track]
16. 2000 Mile Blues [previously unreleased/bonus track]
17. Evil Little Goat [rehearsal studio outtake/bonus track]
I think there might be a DVD version too,.Posted 8 years agoBeardedDaveMember
The Legacy edition has the original album, plus a new mix, by Brendan O’Brien – who was the producer on all their subsequent albums, but not Ten. The only realy difference I’ve noticed on the re-mixes are slightly less reverb on the vocals and guitar.
There’s another version with a DVD. This is the original album, the remixed album and then the DVD – which is not of the album but is actually their MTV Unplugged set from 1992.
I think there’s another version which is nearly £100 and has repackaged 7 inch singles and loads of stuff like that.Posted 8 years agowaihiboyMember
class album… i was always a Pearl Jam fan over Nirvana anyday.
Then again the mighty Stone Temple Pilots beat both of them hands down…
to see a nutter at work ‘Scott Weiland’ live on stage type in ‘plush stone temple pilots’ and look for a live video from texas….. out of his head on god knows what…Posted 8 years agobeanumSubscriber
I’ve had a quick listen and the remastered versions seem to have more treble than I remember (I haven’t played it back to back with the original). I couldn’t really hear much difference on the remixed versions to be honest.Posted 8 years ago
The only reason I bought it was for the DVD. I’ve still got a dodgy VHS to DVD transfer of the original MTV Unplugged broadcast and I’ve been waiting for a decent copy of that performance for many years. That alone justified the cost for me…toby1Member
Nirvana, Pearl Jam, STP, Soundgareden and Alice in Chains are all great bands – no point arguing over who was best, they all had their moments.
As for the Pearl Jam album, there are about 4 songs missing from it (included on the digi pak version of the original) which really should have been included, so as yet I’ve not bought it, but still probably will. even if it’s just to have state of love and trust in context when playing the full album through. The unplugged DVD is worth it’s weight in gold too.Posted 8 years agochopsockyMember
The first disc is the original album but remastered, the 2nd disc being labelled as a remix is slightly misleading. Most people seem to be expecting new versions but basically they asked Brenden o’Brian to go back and redo Ten as it had been mixed by someone else( cant remember his name). The mix he has done has taken the reverb off the guitars and Eddies voice and brought it forward so you can actually hear the lyrics now. The bass is tighter and the drumming cleaner and crisper. Personnally i think it sounds much better and prefer it over the original but i suspect many would prefer it the way it was so really everyone should be happy with it !
My partner listened to them with me switching between the discs and she likened it someone cleaning the windows or polishing the car. Not very technical i know, but i’m amazed i got her to listen to it in the first place !Posted 8 years agoaphex_2kMember
Remastered, not remixed in the usual sense of the word. Brendan O’Brian at the desk.
Spend the afternoon listening to both, sitting on my sofa. Have to say, I prefer the remastered version. It’s like listening to poorly ripped mp3 compared to a FLAC rip, and some. Deserves a decent rig, not puny inner ear buds!Posted 8 years ago
Don’t know if anyone remebers it, but BBC2 did a special called No Nirvana which featured all the names of the day, Screaming Trees, Pearl Jam, RATM, Smashing Pumpkins, Chris Cornell and more all playing a couple of tunes, live in the OGWT studios.Posted 8 years ago
If only there were the music or a show to highlight it like that today 😥
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