Pearl Jam's 1991 debut disc, 'Ten' will be getting four new reissue editions this coming March. The band have unearthed a host of unreleased tracks and special surprises from deep in the vaults. Depending on your finances, here's the breakdown on how it will be available: The Legacy Edition- features two discs, one with the original album remastered and another with the album both remastered and remixed by longtime PJ producer Brendan O'Brien, also included is six bonus tracks "Brother," "Just a Girl," "State of Love and Trust," "Breath and a Scream," "2,000 Mile Blues" and "Evil Little Goat." The Deluxe Edition- includes everything in the Legacy Edition, as well as a DVD of Pearl Jam's "MTV Unplugged" show from 1992. Then there's the Vinyl Collection edition- which is the same as the Legacy Edition minus the bonus tracks and on vinyl: one LP with the original Ten remastered and one LP with Ten remastered and remixed by Brendan O'Brien. Then last but not least you can get the Super Deluxe Edition- which contains everything in the Deluxe Edition and the Vinyl Collection, with extra's that include a live 2 LP set recorded in Seattle from 1992, a replica of "Momma-Son", Pearl Jam's original demo cassette, as well as a replica Eddie Vedder composition notebook filled with personal notes and images from the collections of Vedder and Jeff Ament.
All four new editions are set to arrive in stores this March 24th.