Pearl Jam’s “Lightening Bolt” is Slacker’s Album of the Week

Screen Shot 2013-10-15 at 11.24.46 AMPearl Jam proves its 23-year secret to longevity with “Lightning Bolt,” the Seattle-based rock legends’ tenth studio album.

The collection is reminiscent of what fans love about classic Pearl Jam, with its contemplative lyrics and unique, grunge-rock style. The album is Pearl Jam at their best.

Listen to “Lightning Bolt,” Slacker’s Album of the Week, all week long on demand.

 

 

 

Get Exclusive Access to the Pearl Jam Top 33!

PEARL JAM MUSIC GUIDEThis week marks the 22nd anniversary of the release of Pearl Jam’s classic debut album, “Ten.” Slacker celebrates with an exclusive station built out of their greatest hits including “Even Flow” and “Better Man,” as well as lesser known fan favorites like “Crazy Mary.”

This countdown of Pearl Jam’s Top 33 is determined by Slacker users via our E.Q. (“Engagement Quotient”) methodology, allowing us to rank their 33 most played, most hearted and most shared tracks.

Such one-artist stations are usually reserved for premium users but, thanks to a special arrangement with the band, everybody on Slacker can listen through Sunday 8/25.

The Pearl Jam Top 33, powered by real user engagement–something that could only happen on Slacker. Listen here. 

Pearl Jam’s “Mind Your Manners” is the Song Stuck in our Head

PEARL-JAM2-472x472Seattle’s Pearl Jam have sold 60 million albums worldwide and garnered 14 Grammy nominations since their formation in 1990, and they’re still going strong.

Their first album in four years, “Lightning Bolt,” is set for an October 24 release, and we’ve already got the first single, “Mind Your Manners.”

It’s Slacker’s Song Stuck In My Head so you can listen on demand and on repeat – we definitely are!