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Cambridge, Mass. – March 20, 2009 – Harmonix and MTV Games announced today that Ten, the 1991 album that introduced the world to Pearl Jam, will be released in its entirety for download in the Rock Band® Music Store day-in-date with its re-release in stores nationwide, March 24, 2009.
Ten reached #2 on the Billboard 200 chart, sold more than 12 million copies and became one of the cultural touchstones of the 1990s. Songs such as “Alive,” “Black,” “Even Flow” and“Jeremy” became staples of rock radio, and still make frequent appearances on the band’s ever-changing concert setlists.
The Rock Band Music Store will feature eleven songs from the original Ten album including the hidden track “Master/Slave.” With the song “Alive” from Ten already featured on the Rock Band 2 soundtrack the DLC album includes the following tracks:
(All tracks are original master recordings)
Release Date: Tuesday, March 24, 2009 (Xbox LIVE Marketplace for Xbox 360®)
Thursday, March 26, 2009 (PlayStation®Store)
** Dates for Rock Band game tracks are tentative and subject to change **
Price: $1.99 (160 Microsoft Points for Xbox 360) per track
$17.99 (1440 Microsoft Points for Xbox 360) for the album
Locations: Xbox LIVE Marketplace for Xbox 360
For more information, please visit:
Rock Band Website
Pearl Jam Official Website
Rock Band 2 is available for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PLAYSTATION®3 and PlayStation®2 computer entertainment systems and Wii™ home videogame console from Nintendo.
There are now more than 600 tracks available to date via disc and download purchase (complete list of tracks at www.rockband.com/music). Rock Band continues to satisfy music fans’ and gamers’ voracious appetite for rock with more than 36 million paid downloads since its launch on November 20, 2007. The Rock Band Music Store allows players to preview and purchase downloadable individual music tracks and packs from the vast selection of offerings available to date without ever leaving the game as they build their own custom Rock Band library.
Rock Band and Rock Band 2 are rated “T” for Teen (lyrics, suggestive themes) by the ESRB.