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Mark Saleski’s Best of 2013 (Rock, Pop, Country, Whatever): Black Sabbath, Billy Joe + Norah, Moby

Mark Saleski’s Best of 2013 (Rock, Pop, Country, Whatever): Black Sabbath, Billy Joe + Norah, Moby

Somehow, I ended up with a fair amount of country-ish material on this year’s list. How did that happen?

Pearl Jam – Lightning Bolt (2013)

Pearl Jam – Lightning Bolt (2013)

For all the indications of Pearl Jam’s gloomy nature, that’s never been the opinion of yours truly.

WTF?! Wednesdays: Pearl Jam, “Bugs” (1994)

WTF?! Wednesdays: Pearl Jam, “Bugs” (1994)

I could never decide what was funner: the fact that Eddie Vedder strapped on a wheezy accordion for this song or the sheer rage that so many fans seemed to voice when “Bugs” ended up on Vitology.

Streams: Listen as Prince and 3rdEyeGirl cover “Even Flow” by Pearl Jam

Streams: Listen as Prince and 3rdEyeGirl cover “Even Flow” by Pearl Jam

Sporting a three-piece all-girl band, Prince recently asserted that he didn’t have time for collaborating with “old people.” Apparently, however, that doesn’t apply to his cover choices.

New benefit project to include tracks by U2, Pearl Jam, David Bowie, Paul Simon, Sting, others

A new benefit project for model Christy Turlington Burn’s Every Mother Counts program will include tracks from a bevy of big names in rock.

Something Else! sneak peek: Hear four tracks from Bruce Springsteen’s Wrecking Ball

Can’t wait for Wrecking Ball, the long-awaited Bruce Springsteen album, to hit shelves on March 6? Neither can we. So, we dug around and collected four songs from the just-announced track listing.

9/11 Special: Body of War: Songs That Inspired an Iraq War Veteran (2008)

by Mark Saleski At this time, there’s really no point in starting another Iraq war ‘debate.’ It’s all been mashed out on the Internet so many times before. I have my opinions. You have yours.

One Track Mind: Pearl Jam, "Soon Forget" (2000)

by Tom Johnson For an album that seems to get almost totally dismissed outright by fans, 2000’s Binaural sure is packed with an awful lot of extremely strong songs

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