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Does anyone know where to get a music only version of Pearl Jam's "Blood"?

Old 09-29-01, 01:39 PM
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Does anyone know where to get a music only version of Pearl Jam's "Blood"?

I've got quite a few of the Ten songs without lyrics, and was wanting to get "Blood". Does anyone know if it exists, and where to get it if it does?
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Old 09-29-01, 02:19 PM
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I'm actually kind of curious as to how you acquired the 'Ten' tracks without vocals. Were these performed live, or in the studio with just the vocal track taken out? I'd love to be able to get those.
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Originally posted by mtucker
I'm actually kind of curious as to how you acquired the 'Ten' tracks without vocals. Were these performed live, or in the studio with just the vocal track taken out? I'd love to be able to get those.
I just found them, some on random PJ sites, some on Napster. They were typically labeled as some other Pearl Jam song, but when I played them, they turned out to be music only. They do sound a little rough, so it may be the demos sent to Ed when he was to audition for the band.

edited to add: I went and checked, and I've got Black, Even Flow, Alive, and Animal (from Vs.) as instrumentals.

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Damn, I used to frequent a site that had a bunch of these early PJ demos and whatnot...I can't remember what it was called, though. Let me see if I can come up with it.
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Damn, I used to frequent a site that had a bunch of these early PJ demos and whatnot...I can't remember what it was called, though. Let me see if I can come up with it.
I'd be interested in a site like that. I used to buy bootlegs in college before I found out people were willing to trade bootlegs on the internet for free. I had quite a few bootlegs with some early demos, no instrumentals though.
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These might also be referred to as the Mookie Blaylock demos, so you might try searching for that term.
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One of my friends has had some good luck downloading off of various music services - try downloading "Pearl Jam Blood Karaoke".

This is usually the best way to find music without vocals on it.
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