'Pearl Jam Twenty' -- Cameron Crowe's documentary on Pearl Jam's landmark 1991 album 'Ten' and the band's subsequent years in the spotlight -- is out in select cities now. But why should Crowe stop with 'Ten'? There are plenty of other albums from 1991 that deserve to get immortalized with documentaries! Ahead, Moviefone offers the director 20 more suggestions for his next documentary about an album from 1991. You're welcome, Cameron.
1. 'C.M.B.' by Color Me Badd
2. 'Mo' Ritmo' by Gerardo
3. 'Music for the People' by Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch
4. 'Joyride' by Roxette
5. 'Extremely Live' by Vanilla Ice
6. 'Time, Love & Tenderness' Michael Bolton
7. 'Cooleyhighharmony' Boyz II Men
8. 'Spellbound' by Paula Abdul
9. 'Homebase'by DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince
10. 'Of the Heart, of the Soul and of the Cross: The Utopian Experience' by P.M. Dawn
11. 'Brand New Man' by Brooks & Dunn
12. 'fear' by Toad the Wet Sprocket
13. 'Naughty By Nature' Naughty By Nature
14. 'Ropin' the Wind' Garth Brooks
15. 'Waking up the Neighbors' by Bryan Adams
16. 'Face the Nation' by Kid 'n Play
17. 'As Ugly as They Want to Be' by Ugly Kid Joe
18. 'Rush Street' by Richard Marx
19. 'Cool Hand Loc' by Tone Loc
20. 'Hook: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack' by John Williams
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