Pearl Jam's breakthrough 1991 debut album, Ten, becomes Rock Band's latest piece of grungy DLC next week. The album features several tracks that owned the radio airwaves in the early '90s, along with the song that inspired one of the most iconic music videos of all time -- "Jeremy." Ironically, after the success of Ten, the band became known for refusing to make videos for its songs.

Pearl Jam's Ten (1440 / $18)
  • "Once" (160 / $2)
  • "Even Flow" (160 / $2)
  • "Why Go" (160 / $2)
  • "Black" (160 / $2)
  • "Jeremy" (160 / $2)
  • "Oceans" (160 / $2)
  • "Porch" (160 / $2)
  • "Garden" (160 / $2)
  • "Deep" (160 / $2)
  • "Release" (160 / $2)
  • "Master/Slave" (160 / $2)
All tracks are masters and will be available for download next Tuesday and Thursday for Xbox 360 and PS3, respectively.











This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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