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Pearl Jam Ready Massive "Ten" Reissues

December 10, 2008 2:04 PM ET

Pearl Jam will reissue their debut album Ten in a big way next year, remastering it, remixing it and stocking it with demos, live performances and even a cassette tape. Four different editions of Ten will be released on March 24th, 2009, ranging from the double-disc Legendary Edition to the absolutely stacked Super Deluxe Version, which features 2 CDs, a DVD of their 1992 MTV Unplugged performance, 4 LPs and a replica cassette of the band's famed Momma Son demo tape. Plus, a remix of the album will be overseen by producer Brendan O'Brien, who worked with the band on four albums. The reissue is just the first of many as Pearl Jam gears up for their 20th anniversary in 2011.

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