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December 15, 2008 at 12:15 PM

Pearl Jam releasing “Ten” for “Rock Band 2” video game simultaneous with album’s re-issue

ten.jpg If you’ve always wanted to rock out with Eddie Vedder to “Jeremy,” “Even Flow” and “Black” — and who hasn’t? — your chance is coming in March. Harmonix, maker of the hit music video-game series “Rock Band,” announced a deal today to release “Ten,” the breakout album from Seattle band Pearl Jam, as downloadable content for the “Rock Band” games on the same date — March 24 — that the band re-issues the 1991 smash hit. Pearl Jam announced the re-issue of “Ten,” including four new and expanded editions with remixes and other goodies, last week. (“Ten” album cover via Pearl Jam’s Web site.)

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