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Exploding onto the world stage in 1991 with their multi-platinum first album, Ten, Pearl Jam courted controversy and conflict. They won credibility with their astounding second album, Vs., in 1993, which became the fastest-selling American album of all time. In Pearl Jam and Eddie Vedder: None Too Fragile, Martin Clarke brings to life the band's tumultuous history; from their beginnings amidst Seattle's grunge underground, through the excesses and pressures of superstardom, to their current incarnation as mature rock heavyweights.
|Publisher:||Plexus Publishing Ltd.|
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|File size:||15 MB|
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About the Author
Martin Clarke is a British music biographer who specializes in books about alternative rock bands. He lives in London, UK.