Pearl Jam’s ‘Vs.’: 10 Things You Didn’t Know

Pearl Jam’s ‘Vs.’: 10 Things You Didn’t Know
Calling Pearl Jam’s sophomore album “hotly anticipated” would have severely understated the case. In the two years since the release of Ten, their 1991 debut, the band had vaulted from obscurity to the forefront of the rock mainstream on the strength of visceral singles like “Alive,” “Jeremy” and “Even Flow,” and high-intensity live performances in which frontman Eddie Vedder often risked life and limb in his quest to win over audiences.

So when Vs., released on October 19th, 1993, set an industry record by selling more than 950,000 copies in its first
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