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Pearl Jam - Release

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Artist - Pearl Jam Song - Release Album - Ten [There is a bonus track in the Ten album. It is in the last track of the album, which is on the song Release. Enjoy the bonus track at the end of the...

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One of the deepest songs of PJ. Can you hear Eddie's murmuring FATHER just at the beginning?
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+Chris Olivia​ I really enjoy this group
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Jack Myers Shared on Google+ · 1 month ago
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In 98 my Dad got cancer and when he was dying he squeezed my hand and for thw last 5 minutes of his life we sang this song
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friend i m from mex...so i really want to expreesss da meaning of this song.thanks bro...
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One of the best by PJ in my opinion.
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Best song on the Album. Also In my top 20 all time greatest songs of any genre
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Jay Valois Shared on Google+ · 3 months ago
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Love PJ...this song is beautiful.
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An awesome song by Pearl Jam. Sharing this with everyone.
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When you listen to the interview that Eddie vedder did about this album and the meaning behind song. It makes this song twice as deep. My favorite song from this album.
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I'll ride the wave where it takes me! :) :(
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Jane Millerick Shared on Google+ · 6 months ago
Pearl Jam                                                            Release
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this song cranks up the ways of releasing endorphins
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The day i heard this song was that day that i found out i had a different dad, iv looked for him for years but nothing, but this song hits close to home
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Is anybody familiar with the version on the movie "Out of the furnace" ? I cannot find that particular version like it way better than this one. You'd have to listen to it from the movie cuz I cant find it on here. :( 
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Im refering to the version specifically in the credits.
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Thank you so much for this, No ad and great quality made it a favorite xo!
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In 98 my Dad got cancer and when he was dying he squeezed my hand and for thw last 5 minutes of his life we sang this song
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only by the mercy of The Mercyfull, will he be released =)
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ხოდმან მეშხვუთ დაზანგეშ :)
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Top TEN song of all time!
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One of their best songs! :)
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So many great memories with this song. Man I miss the 90s.   "I'll ride the wave where it takes me"  
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no bonus track on here,its the outro of the album,listen to the first song ,you get the intro!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I JUST FINISHED WATCHING OUT OF THE FURNACE. So beautiful, so real, so brutal, so true and like something that could happen near any of us. And this song couldn't be better put as the soundtrack. I was crying. I hadn't heard this is so long but in my high school years listened and worshipped them every day, As soon as it came on at the beginning I literally told my roommate, I Have Chills, and showed him. A masterpiece.
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thank you for posting the end of the song that i havent heard in many years. :)
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Lambert Römers Shared on Google+ · 1 year ago
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Steven Martinez Shared on Google+ · 1 year ago
Guess I'm just used to being up this early..
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This song helped me through my dads death.
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I assume that someone must have accidently hit the dislike button. There's nothing quite like this song and it's hard to imagine anyone not appreciating it.
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Oh sweet fucking apple crumble this is good. WHY EDDIE WHY? Also, this band are my jam. My pearl Jam. Early 90's seattle based grunge rock is awesome.
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always thinking about about God, whole lifetime and universe during this song .... so strong ballad
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I walk, on my own and .. always , I think of this song xxxx
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I NOW RELEASE ALL THE SINNERS THAT HAVE DE-STORIED MY LIFE AND LET THEIR SOLES FLOW, I SET MY ANGERS FREE AND DO NOT HOLD ONTO THEM ANYMORE.. TODAY I LET GO... I LET GO OF ALL MY ANGERS AND JUST REQUEST TRUE FREEDOM. I ONLY WANT HAPPINESS.
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I was 12 in 1992 my very first memory of pearl jam was alive being played on mtv, and i couldn't get over it, i was hooked since then and im still playing there albums 20 years on. I still have there ten album on cassette along with vs and vitalogy. No other band since has even come close.
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one of my fave Pearl Jam songs ever
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I think this should have gotten airplay like the rest of their songs !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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U should read some of my lyrics/poems/rhymes. Lol. I'd b curious what u make out of them. Some throw a retard tantrum n dont understand f*** alL!
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just awesome to see in concert live.
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Geeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeze, so mellow. I love it.
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@lemjor10, I never cared too much for them but I will check it out. Thanks for the heads up.
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So many emotions run through me when i listen to Pearl Jam. Thanks for the upload.
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@meggido666 I know what you mean...I am constantly lamenting the music of today. Nothing around has the capacity to grab the soul like this early 90's stuff did. Where's the honesty? We got a bunch of limp wristed wussy boys running around with gay haircuts in skinny jeans who can't sing worth crap and have no soulish dimension to what they are as singers/musicians.
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My generation sucks! That's why i love 90s grunge music.
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@clashfiend learn to life with material, evrything is material, evrything is made by material, material make possibilities, it got humanity to make this cd and find out how to make cds or mix tapes, non materialists are just weak people wich only want to enjoy stuff but cant work for something
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Cant really complain now since there is music for every single person alive now but i agree the 90s were hella cool
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I'm in 8th grade again....just like that. WOW. Music that defined our generation.
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all their albums are this good.. such a great band, consistent in quality, and raw live performances bravo boys
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This album came out in my first year of college....when klife was a big party and lots of concerts....now life is much different but still good...however, I do still miss the good ole days
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This is my favorite song on this album! Thanks for posting it. I just took a trip back in time. Through the magic time machine of music.
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I know what you mean man, this is wierd i am 15 to and just got this album and have only known of pearl jam for like a year. and its just cuz some people dont like them whether its cuz they dont like there music or that they dont like eddie vedders voice. but, his voice is just pure, and he didnt copy it from anybody. it was just him.
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@tspencley3 This is when they were AMAZING.
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@chrismorris728 -- brings me back too... i listened to this tape every day in high school. along with soundgarden and nirvana... crazy. i feel sad when i hear it. not sure why...
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I was in 4th grade i think when this came out.once i was in 6th grade thats when I really got into alternative music.Vs. In Utero Superunknown all albums that were coming around that time.
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Not once did I complain about the music in my generation in that statement. There are many acts that I find incredible (especially in the prog-metal genre) from my generation, trust me, I like everything from Jazz to House to Scores, but they just may not be what the mainstream public like. Music is based on personal opinion... and the 90's is my personal favorite era because it was revolutionary for rap, grunge, metal and techno, but that doesn't mean I don't find my generation versatile
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I know some people who mock the the way Eddie sings. Fuck them all, he's a killer singer, this song is but one example of that. Can you see me now?
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@metalyouth666 yea man my best times was through this album, good to come back to it and reminisce
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@clashfiend Re Pearljam comment 1 year ago" "being a grown up is a bitch" -- in my experience, all a person can do is take that childhood joy, those values you hold dear, and find a mate and become a parent, and raise your child with love, make their childhood wonderful & re-experience it with them - you don't really live until you live for someone else, and they live for you - then material stuff is a means to an end: your own family -
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@PBSoldier1 I absolutely love what you've said. There needs to be more people in the world who feel this way.
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such an amazing song timeless
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eddie singing to his dad, to see how proud he is of him
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this takes me back to my chilhood years. man being adult sucks cock
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They played this song at my brothers funeral. It's been 10 years now since I've been able to listen to it. Glad I did. Enjoy life, peace!
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I love this music......no......im in love with this music.
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SpinalTapGirl; Yeah, ok. Cheers! Me stands corrected. But dont dare to do that again. Lol
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i wore this record out on vinyl and cassette before it ever came out on CD. great stuff
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Who the fuck dislikes a song like this. This song is the greatest song ever
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@blanenbishop i was 21 at the time....what a decade
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When my father passed away, I used to go for long drives at night to think, and would put TEN on all the time. Singing to this song at full blast really helped me to deal with things. For 5 minutes it was okay to be hurt and embrace it, and like waking from a dream, the songs ending would bring me back to reality. "Release, me"
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Those consumed by materialism are unable to FEEL this song. This is spiritual! It is a gift for those of us who are unafraid of self examination. For the emotion created is able to sustain us in our times of doubt and uncertainty which appear more than not. I say that to say this, they may have bentleys and benzez mansions and maids but we have our selves and we cannot be sold! We have our soul and being able to FEEL is worth more than any $ amount. dont believe me hit the playback!
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@nakedhands We were spoiled growing up in the 90's, the year I started high school this album dropped. Mudhoney, Nirvana, Alice in Chains, STP, Screaming Tree, Black Crowes, GnR use your illusions...we had it good.
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@clashfiend try being a teenager in this shit hole we call the 21st century with its garbage pop culture and auto-tune singers.
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I grew up in the midwest and love grung! Nebraska Rocks!!!!!!!!!!
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I miss you my sister,Thank you for watching over me. My true guardian angel,I will see you on the other side.
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as ever powerfull as music is and is the tradition to be, this song takes a place in my heart as one of those songs that can evoke the strongest emotions in me---long may these words have and hold each of you for which ever meaning you may find...
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The first time I heard this song was the first time I found my favorite band in the entire world. Seeing them live has made me fall even more in love with Pearl Jam. For me, no band will ever compare to them, and no band can create what they have created. I plan to get lyrics from this, my favorite song, tattooed some day.
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I was in 7th grade when this came out................ balled my eyes out. it's beautiful . Tears are good, they release poisons in your body, mind and soul that make you ill.
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I grew up in the 90's as well, we were so spoiled. From the metal scene fading into grunge and alternative... then the somewhat revival of punk...and all the while, hiphop acts like Dre, Eazy, Snoop, Cube, Wu, Beasties, Tribe Called Quest...were going off as well. I've seen one night shows in the 90's like Pantera/Zombie/Prong...Beasties/Cypress/Rage...Pearl Jam/Soundgarden/Chili Peppers...I feel bad for teenagers today...
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