Pearl Jam Week continues! You’ve been to Wrigley Field, you’ve seen their best concerts, you’ve read our critical re-evaluation, and you’ve dissected their entire catalogue. Now, in honor of the 25th anniversary of Ten, we’re revisiting an old episode of Masterpiece Reviews in which host Nick Freed time travels to Seattle 1991. Stay tuned tomorrow as Ryan Bray closes out the week with a special Dusting ‘Em Off.
Good evening and welcome to Masterpiece Reviews. We’re not always classy here in Chicago, but tonight, we’ve throw on our favorite velvet robe, turn up the fire, and regale you with stories of the greatest and most classic albums of all time. It’s a fresh, new perspective on why these albums are filed under “M” for masterpiece.
On this episode, Consequence of Sound staff writer Nick Freed takes you back to 1991 for a look at the classic, debut album from Pearl Jam, Ten. Think you’re a suave music buff, too? Let us know your own thoughts and whether or not you agree in the comment section down below.