Pearl Jam: “Master/Slave” from Ten

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About “Master/Slave”

“Master/Slave” is a hidden song by Pearl Jam from their album Ten.

A two-part track that both opens and closes Ten. The first part begins the album, before “Once” starts, and the second part closes the album, after “Release”. There are no credits for the song on the album sleeve but copyright information does exist in the Library of Congress.

About Ten

Ten is the debut studio album by American rock band Pearl Jam, released in 1991. It is widely regarded as one of the greatest and most influential albums of the 1990s alternative rock movement. The album showcases Pearl Jam’s unique sound, blending elements of grunge, rock, and punk with introspective lyrics and emotionally charged performances.

Ten features hit singles such as “Alive,” “Even Flow,” and “Jeremy,” which helped propel Pearl Jam to mainstream success. The album explores themes of alienation, personal struggles, and social commentary, with frontman Eddie Vedder’s powerful and emotive vocals capturing the raw emotions of the songs.

Musically, Ten is characterized by its dynamic guitar riffs, driving rhythms, and memorable hooks, creating a captivating and immersive listening experience. The album’s introspective and sometimes dark lyrical content resonated with a generation of listeners, establishing Pearl Jam as one of the leading bands of the grunge movement.

Ten remains a cornerstone of Pearl Jam’s discography and a landmark album in the history of alternative rock. Its enduring popularity and critical acclaim have solidified its status as a classic in the genre.

How to find “Master/Slave”

On CD: Begins at the very beginning of track #1, ends at the very end of track #11

Listen to “Master/Slave”

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