Pearl Jam Discography
The names Eddie Vedder, Stone Gossard, Jeff Ament and Mike McReady carry a lot of meaning for true music fans, and so does their body of work, contained in both short and long lists of the Pearl Jam discography -- their band. Founded in Seattle in 1990, Pearl Jam is a charter member of the grunge music movement that remains popular across the country. Pearl Jam's sound and its message will go down in history, as this abbreviated Pearl Jam discography show.
- "Vs" Recorded at Potatohead Studio in Seattle, this album in the Pearl Jam discography helped continue the band's rise to legendary status. Most popular songs to fans and in concerts include "Daughter," "Rearviewmirror," "Go" and "Animal."
- "Ten" This album, which joined the Pearl Jam discography in August 1991, was the band's debut recording and announced the arrival of a new legend in music. The songs on this album remain Pearl Jam staples in concert, including "Even Flow," "Black," "Jeremy" and "Porch," which have been played more than 1,500 times live over Pear Jam's history. The album was recorded in Seattle in March and April 1991.
- "Vitalogy" Album number three in the Pearl Jam discography has been described as a "masterpiece." Recorded in Seattle, Atlanta and New Orleans, this album contains several popular concert tunes, such as "Corduroy," "Better Man," "Last Exit" and "Not for You."
- "Yield" Released in February 1998, "Yield" became part of the Pearl Jam discography after recording sessions in Atlanta and Seattle. Top songs are "Do the Evolution," "Given to Fly" and "Wishlist." A fan reviewing the album at Amazon.com said the album has "great sound and colorful music."
- "No Code" The final entry in this abbreviated Pearl Jam discography is considered by some fans to be Pearl Jam's best album. "No Code" was recorded in 1998 in Chicago, Seattle and Atlanta and has fan and concert popular songs such as "Hail, Hail," "Present Tense," and "Lukin." Fans have observed that this album contains a lot of emotion.