User Score
9.1

Universal acclaim- based on 63 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 59 out of 63
  2. Negative: 2 out of 63

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  1. Apr 16, 2012
    10
    Best album ever. All songs are great and you can listen it over and over again. This is a album must have for your cd collection. Buy it don't download
  2. Jun 30, 2012
    10
    One of the best rock albums ever. Diversity is shown between songs such as the slow and calm 'Oceans' and the fast paced 'Porch'. Great lyrics and riffs combined as well as stories told (Jeremy) create a great, great album.
  3. Jul 15, 2013
    10
    This is arguably the most intense, highest emotional album ever, starting from Jeremy ending to the final growl at Release. Its emotional, psychological deepness counts for the best album ever.
  4. Apr 22, 2015
    10
    10 out of 10 for ten. The BEST grunge album of all time(tied with Superunknown) Sadly pearl jam never made an album as good as ten but they have come close.
  5. Feb 19, 2012
    9
    Putting the sound war aside, this record should be granted a 10 on the basis of its popular alternate rock skill. Their original, remains an incredible listen, with each and every track providing a different insight into the disenfranchised mind. 'Oceans' will always have a place in my heart, but 'Once' remains the first track I ever heard by them, and it will remain one of my favourites.
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84

Universal acclaim - based on 12 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 10 out of 12
  2. Negative: 0 out of 12
  1. It's quite arguable that this lean, muscular remix is a marked improvement on the original mix, as it's easier to focus on both the songs and group's interplay.
  2. 100
    His new take scythes through the original, revealing growls and guitars long obscured—sometimes it’s distracting, but often it lends the songs a newfound jolt.
  3. 80
    Ten is a classic of the grunge era, its super-sized anthems and introspective pieces powered by Eddie Vedder, a Jim Morrision for the plaid shirt brigade. [Apr 2009, p.116]