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    10/25/00 – San Diego, California

    • Year Released: 2001
    10/25/00 – San Diego, California is a two-disc live album and the sixty-fourth in a series of 72 live bootlegs released by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam from the band's 2000 Binaural Tour. It was released along with the other official bootlegs from the second North American leg of the tour on March 27, 2001. The album was recorded on October 25, 2000 in San Diego, California at the San Diego Sports Arena. It was selected by the band as one of 18 "Ape/Man" shows from the tour, which, according to bassist Jeff Ament, were shows the band found "really exciting." Allmusic gave it two and a half out of a possible five stars. Allmusic staff writer Steven Jacobetz called it a "flawed but psychologically revealing performance, which is absolutely essential for serious Pearl Jam collectors, or for anyone curious about the band's state of mind near the end of a hard year of touring." "Jeremy" from this show appears on the Touring Band 2000 DVD.
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    10/9/00 – Chicago, Illinois

    • Year Released: 2001
    10/9/00 – Chicago, Illinois is a two-disc live album and the fifty-third in a series of 72 live bootlegs released by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam from the band's 2000 Binaural Tour. It was released along with the other official bootlegs from the second North American leg of the tour on March 27, 2001. The album was recorded on October 9, 2000 in Rosemont, Illinois at Allstate Arena. It was selected by the band as one of 18 "Ape/Man" shows from the tour, which, according to bassist Jeff Ament, were shows the band found "really exciting." Allmusic gave it four out of a possible five stars. Allmusic staff writer Steven Jacobetz said, "Overall, this night in the windy city was one to remember, and definitely a high-priority purchase in the 2000 bootleg series."
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    11/3/00 – Boise, Idaho

    • Year Released: 2001
    11/3/00 – Boise, Idaho is a two-disc live album and the seventieth in a series of 72 live bootlegs released by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam from the band's 2000 Binaural Tour. It was released along with the other official bootlegs from the second North American leg of the tour on March 27, 2001. The album was recorded on November 3, 2000 in Nampa, Idaho at the Idaho Center. The show features a particularly intense version of "Better Man". It was selected by the band as one of 18 "Ape/Man" shows from the tour, which, according to bassist Jeff Ament, were shows the band found "really exciting." Allmusic gave it two and a half out of a possible five stars. "Go" from this show appears on the Touring Band 2000 DVD.
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    11/30/93 – Las Vegas, Nevada

    • Year Released: 2006
    11/30/93 – Las Vegas, Nevada is a live album and the first in a series of archival official bootleg releases by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam, made available in MP3 format at the band's official download website in 2006. The bootleg was recorded at the first of two nights at the Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts in Paradise, Nevada. The show, which took place on November 30, 1993 at the Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts in Paradise, Nevada, is from the first leg of the band's tour for its second album, Vs., but also features some material off of the band's third album, Vitalogy, including the live premiere of "Tremor Christ". The second encore featured two songs by the band Green River, guested on by former members Mark Arm and Steve Turner, both now of Mudhoney. Guitarist Stone Gossard and bassist Jeff Ament are both former members of Green River. Chuck Treece filled in on drums for Green River drummer Alex Vincent. The band performed the songs "Swallow My Pride" and "Ain't Nothing to Do" before leaving the stage. The bootleg does not include the version of "My Way", performed with Elvis impersonator Terry Presley, which had previously been released on
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    1991 Fanclub Single

    • Year Released: 1991
    1991 Fanclub Single is the first exclusive single album by Pearl Jam. Every holiday season since 1991 (with the exception of 1994), Pearl Jam has rewarded members of their official fan club (Ten Club) with exclusive singles.
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    1992 Fanclub Single

    • Year Released: 1992
    1992 Fanclub Single is the 1992 single album by Pearl Jam. Every holiday season since 1991 (with the exception of 1994), Pearl Jam has rewarded members of their official fan club (Ten Club) with exclusive singles.
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    1993 Fanclub Single

    • Year Released: 1993
    1993 Fanclub Single is the 1993 single album by Pearl Jam. Every holiday season since 1991 (with the exception of 1994), Pearl Jam has rewarded members of their official fan club (Ten Club) with exclusive singles.
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    1995 Fanclub Single

    • Year Released: 1995
    1995 Fanclub Single is the 1995 single album by Pearl Jam. Every holiday season since 1991 (with the exception of 1994), Pearl Jam has rewarded members of their official fan club (Ten Club) with exclusive singles.
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    1996 Fanclub Single

    • Year Released: 1996
    1996 Fanclub Single is the 1996 single album by Pearl Jam. Every holiday season since 1991 (with the exception of 1994), Pearl Jam has rewarded members of their official fan club (Ten Club) with exclusive singles.
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    1998 Fanclub Single

    • Year Released: 1998
    1998 Fanclub Single is the 1998 single album by Pearl Jam. Every holiday season since 1991 (with the exception of 1994), Pearl Jam has rewarded members of their official fan club (Ten Club) with exclusive singles.
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    1999 Fanclub Single

    • Year Released: 1999
    1999 Fanclub Single is the 1999 single album by Pearl Jam. Every holiday season since 1991 (with the exception of 1994), Pearl Jam has rewarded members of their official fan club (Ten Club) with exclusive singles.
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    2/23/03 – Perth, Australia

    • Year Released: 2003
    2/23/03 – Perth, Australia is a two-disc live album by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam. It was released to retail stores on June 10, 2003. The album was recorded live at the Burswood Dome in Perth, Australia on February 23, 2003. It was the only official bootleg that Pearl Jam released in stores from the Australian leg of its Riot Act Tour, and it was one of six official bootlegs released overall to retail stores. Allmusic gave it two out of a possible five stars. Allmusic staff writer Jason Birchmeier said, "Of the couple live recordings that Pearl Jam released to retail outlets in 2003, the final show of the band's Australian tour...is probably the least interesting." A video recording of "Throw Your Arms Around Me" from this show appears as a bonus feature on the band's Live at the Garden DVD.
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    2000 Fanclub Single

    • Year Released: 2000
    2000 Fanclub Single is the 2000 single album by Pearl Jam. Every holiday season since 1991 (with the exception of 1994), Pearl Jam has rewarded members of their official fan club (Ten Club) with exclusive singles.
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    2000-10-07: Detroit, MI, USA (#51)

    • Year Released: 2001
    10/7/00 – Detroit, Michigan is a two-disc live album and the fifty-first in a series of 72 live bootlegs released by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam from the band's 2000 Binaural Tour. It was released along with the other official bootlegs from the second North American leg of the tour on March 27, 2001. The album was recorded on October 7, 2000 in Auburn Hills, Michigan at The Palace of Auburn Hills. It was selected by the band as one of 18 "Ape/Man" shows from the tour, which, according to bassist Jeff Ament, were shows the band found "really exciting." Allmusic gave it three out of a possible five stars. Allmusic staff writer Douglas Siwek said, "This is a great set in a series of 'bootlegs' that show Pearl Jam as one of the most accomplished bands of the modern rock era."
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    2001 Fanclub Single

    • Year Released: 2001
    2001 Fanclub Single is the 2001 single album by Pearl Jam. Every holiday season since 1991 (with the exception of 1994), Pearl Jam has rewarded members of their official fan club (Ten Club) with exclusive singles.
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    2002 Fanclub Single

    • Year Released: 2002
    2002 Fanclub Single is the 2002 single album by Pearl Jam. Every holiday season since 1991 (with the exception of 1994), Pearl Jam has rewarded members of their official fan club (Ten Club) with exclusive singles.
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    2003 Fanclub Single

    • Year Released: 2003
    2003 Fanclub Single is the 2003 single album by Pearl Jam. Every holiday season since 1991 (with the exception of 1994), Pearl Jam has rewarded members of their official fan club (Ten Club) with exclusive singles.
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    2003-10-22: Benaroya Hall, Seattle, WA, USA

    • Year Released: 2004
    Live at Benaroya Hall is a two-disc live album by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam, recorded on October 22, 2003 at Benaroya Hall, Seattle, Washington and released on July 27, 2004 through BMG. The concert—which took place on October 22, 2003 at Benaroya Hall in Seattle, Washington—is acoustic, and was performed and released as a benefit for YouthCare, a non-profit charity in Seattle. The album was also released as a limited edition quadruple vinyl through Ten Club, Pearl Jam's fan club. Only 2,000 were pressed—each individually numbered by hand—and sold out within hours of being on sale. Live at Benaroya Hall was released through a one-album deal with BMG, and the band used the experiment to later sign with BMG subsidiary J Records to produce the album Pearl Jam. It debuted at number 18 on the Billboard 200 chart and sold approximately 52,000 copies in its first week. As of April 2006, Live at Benaroya Hall has sold 168,000 copies in the United States according to Nielsen SoundScan. Allmusic staff writer Jason Birchmeier gave the album two and a half out of five stars, writing, "Of the many, many live albums Pearl Jam publicly released, their October 23, 2003, show at
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    2004 Fanclub Single

    • Year Released: 2004
    2004 Fanclub Single is the 2004 single album by Pearl Jam. Every holiday season since 1991 (with the exception of 1994), Pearl Jam has rewarded members of their official fan club (Ten Club) with exclusive singles.
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    2005 Fanclub Single

    • Year Released: 2005
    2005 Fanclub Single is the 2005 single album by Pearl Jam. Every holiday season since 1991 (with the exception of 1994), Pearl Jam has rewarded members of their official fan club (Ten Club) with exclusive singles.
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    2006 Fanclub Single

    • Year Released: 2006
    2006 Fanclub Single is the 2006 single album by Pearl Jam. Every holiday season since 1991 (with the exception of 1994), Pearl Jam has rewarded members of their official fan club (Ten Club) with exclusive singles.
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    3/3/03 – Tokyo, Japan

    • Year Released: 2003
    3/3/03 – Tokyo, Japan is a two-disc live album by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam. It was released to retail stores on June 10, 2003. The album was recorded live at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo, Japan on March 3, 2003. It is the only official bootleg that Pearl Jam released in stores from the Japanese leg of its Riot Act Tour, and it was one of six official bootlegs released overall to retail stores. Allmusic gave it four out of a possible five stars. Allmusic staff writer Jason Birchmeier said that "the Tokyo show is a particularly noteworthy one, if not simply for its retail availability, then for its political undertones as well as its emphasis on the older songs." It debuted at number 182 on the Billboard 200 album chart.
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    5/3/03 – State College, Pennsylvania

    • Year Released: 2003
    5/3/03 – State College, Pennsylvania is a three-disc live album by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam. It was released to retail stores on July 15, 2003. The album was recorded live in University Park, Pennsylvania at the Bryce Jordan Center at Penn State University on May 3, 2003. Since this was the last show of the tour's first leg, the band decided to make it, in the words of vocalist Eddie Vedder, "the longest Pearl Jam show ever played." This has since been surpassed by the show at the Tweeter Center in Mansfield, Massachusetts on July 11, 2003. It is the only official bootleg that Pearl Jam released in stores from the first leg of its North American Riot Act Tour, and it was one of six official bootlegs released overall to retail stores. Allmusic gave it three out of a possible five stars. Allmusic staff writer Jason Birchmeier said, "It's a fittingly spirited finale to a spirited trek across America during a spirited time by a spirited band led by an especially spirited frontman." It debuted at number 169 on the Billboard 200 album chart.
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    5/30/00 – London, England

    • Year Released: 2000
    5/30/00 – London, England is a two-disc live album and the fifth in a series of 72 live bootlegs released by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam from the band's 2000 Binaural Tour. It was released along with the other official bootlegs from the European leg of the tour on September 26, 2000. The album was recorded on May 30, 2000 in London, England at the world famous live entertainment venue Wembley Arena. It was selected by the band as one of 18 "Ape/Man" shows from the tour, which, according to bassist Jeff Ament, were shows the band found "really exciting." Allmusic gave it three out of a possible five stars. Allmusic staff writer Steven Jacobetz said it is "the best show thus far on the tour five shows in. However, in the big picture, a concert which is not one of the best of the European tour and not essential." It debuted at number 137 on the Billboard 200 album chart.
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    6/16/00 – Katowice, Poland

    • Year Released: 2000
    6/16/00 – Katowice, Poland is a two-disc live album and the sixteenth in a series of 72 live bootlegs released by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam from the band's 2000 Binaural Tour. It was released along with the other official bootlegs from the European leg of the tour on September 26, 2000. The album was recorded on June 16, 2000 in Katowice, Poland at the multipurpose arena Spodek. It was selected by the band as one of 18 "Ape/Man" shows from the tour, which, according to bassist Jeff Ament, were shows the band found "really exciting." Allmusic gave it four out of a possible five stars. Allmusic staff writer Steven Jacobetz said, "A special and memorable night recognized by the band and fans alike as one of the best of the year." It debuted at number 103 on the Billboard 200 album chart.
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    6/20/00 – Verona, Italy

    • Year Released: 2000
    6/20/00 – Verona, Italy is a two-disc live album and the nineteenth in a series of 72 live bootlegs released by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam from the band's 2000 Binaural Tour. It was released along with the other official bootlegs from the European leg of the tour on September 26, 2000. The album was recorded on June 20, 2000 in Verona, Italy at the Roman amphitheatre Arena di Verona. It was selected by the band as one of 18 "Ape/Man" shows from the tour, which, according to bassist Jeff Ament, were shows the band found "really exciting." Allmusic gave it two and a half out of a possible five stars. Allmusic staff writer Steven Jacobetz called it "one to get in Pearl Jam's official bootleg series." It debuted at number 134 on the Billboard 200 album chart.
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    6/22/00 – Milan, Italy

    • Year Released: 2000
    6/22/00 – Milan, Italy is a two-disc live album and the twentieth in a series of 72 live bootlegs released by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam from the band's 2000 Binaural Tour. It was released along with the other official bootlegs from the European leg of the tour on September 26, 2000. The album was recorded on June 22, 2000 in Milan, Italy at the indoor sporting arena FILA Forum Arena. It was selected by the band as one of 18 "Ape/Man" shows from the tour, which, according to bassist Jeff Ament, were shows the band found "really exciting." Allmusic gave it three out of a possible five stars. Allmusic staff writer Shawn Haney said, "The record can be dubbed as a solid live performance in front of quite a jubilant crowd of thousands." It debuted at number 125 on the Billboard 200 album chart.
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    6/6/00 – Cardiff, Wales

    • Year Released: 2000
    6/6/00 – Cardiff, Wales is a two-disc live album and the ninth in a series of 72 live bootlegs released by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam from the band's 2000 Binaural Tour. It was released along with the other official bootlegs from the European leg of the tour on September 26, 2000. The album was recorded on June 6, 2000 in Cardiff, Wales at Cardiff International Arena. It was selected by the band as one of 18 "Ape/Man" shows from the tour, which, according to bassist Jeff Ament, were shows the band found "really exciting." Allmusic gave it three out of a possible five stars. Allmusic staff writer Steven McDonald said, "Anyone looking to pick up a representative sampling of this overwhelming anti-bootleg series should have this one on their short list."
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    6/8/00 – Paris, France

    • Year Released: 2000
    6/8/00 – Paris, France is a two-disc live album and the tenth in a series of 72 live bootlegs released by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam from the band's 2000 Binaural Tour. It was released along with the other official bootlegs from the European leg of the tour on September 26, 2000. The album was recorded on June 8, 2000 in Paris, France at the indoor sports arena Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy. It was selected by the band as one of 18 "Ape/Man" shows from the tour, which, according to bassist Jeff Ament, were shows the band found "really exciting." Allmusic gave it two out of a possible five stars. Allmusic staff writer Zac Johnson said, "Unfortunately, Vedder's troubled voice and the band's inability to fully gel slow the set down, but it still stands as a fine representation of where the band was on that particular night."
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    7/11/03 – Mansfield, Massachusetts

    • Year Released: 2003
    7/11/03 – Mansfield, Massachusetts is a three-disc live album by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam. It was released to retail stores on September 16, 2003. The album was recorded live in Mansfield, Massachusetts at the Tweeter Center on July 11, 2003. The show is notable because it was the last of three nights at the Tweeter Center in which the band played 82 originals and 12 covers, with the only repeat being "Yellow Ledbetter". The band's stated goal over these three nights was to play every song it had played on the entire tour so far, without repeats as noted. To this end, the first disc was an acoustic band set that Pearl Jam played before even openers Sleater-Kinney got on stage; the second and third discs are the regular set following Sleater-Kinney. This encompassing storyline accounts for otherwise mysterious stage remarks that vocalist Eddie Vedder keeps making about "getting to the task at hand." The song "Arc" off of Riot Act was played at the beginning of the second encore, right before "I Believe in Miracles", but is not included on this or any bootleg, as the song is meant as a tribute to the nine fans who died at the band's 2000 Roskilde Festival
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    7/8/03 – New York, New York

    • Year Released: 2003
    7/8/03 – New York, New York is a three-disc live album by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam. It was released to retail stores on September 16, 2003. The album was recorded live in New York City at Madison Square Garden on July 8, 2003. The album features an improv by lead guitarist Mike McCready within "Even Flow" that goes on for nearly five minutes. "Wishlist" contains a tag of the Buzzcocks song "Why Can't I Touch It?" Pearl Jam performed the Mother Love Bone song "Crown of Thorns" at the concert. Vocalist Eddie Vedder, in tribute to the late Mother Love Bone vocalist Andrew Wood, said, "I think Jeff and Stone will back me up on this, Andy would have loved it here." It is one of three official bootlegs that Pearl Jam released in stores from the second leg of its North American Riot Act Tour, and it was one of six official bootlegs released overall to retail stores. Allmusic gave it three out of a possible five stars. Allmusic staff writer James Christopher Monger said that "the set loses momentum and things begin to fall apart." It is also available packaged as a boxed set with the next night, 7/9/03, also at Madison Square Garden. The show is also available as the
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    7/9/03 – New York, New York

    • Year Released: 2003
    7/9/03 – New York, New York is a two-disc live album by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam. It was released to retail stores on September 16, 2003. The album was recorded live in New York City at Madison Square Garden on July 9, 2003. It is one of three official bootlegs that Pearl Jam released in stores from the second leg of its North American Riot Act Tour, and it was one of six official bootlegs released overall to retail stores. Allmusic gave it four out of a possible five stars. Allmusic staff writer James Christopher Monger said, "Pearl Jam's second night in New York City features a lean 32-song set that more than makes up for the previous evening's mediocrity." It is also available packaged as a boxed set with the previous night, 7/8/03, also at Madison Square Garden.
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    8/12/00 – Tampa, Florida

    • Year Released: 2001
    8/12/00 – Tampa, Florida is a two-disc live album and the thirty-second in a series of 72 live bootlegs released by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam from the band's 2000 Binaural Tour. It was released along with the other official bootlegs from the first North American leg of the tour on February 27, 2001. The album was recorded on August 12, 2000 in Tampa, Florida at the Ice Palace. It was selected by the band as one of 18 "Ape/Man" shows from the tour, which, according to bassist Jeff Ament, were shows the band found "really exciting." Allmusic gave it two out of a possible five stars. Allmusic staff writer Zac Johnson said, "While the quality of the show is better than any 'real' bootleg out there, in comparison with some of the other live shows in this series it's lacking." It debuted at number 181 on the Billboard 200 album chart. The song "Last Exit" was played after "Grievance", but the tape machines malfunctioned and the song was lost. A masterboard tape version of the song was added to the end of the album. "Evacuation" from this show appears on the Touring Band 2000 DVD.
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    8/21/00 – Columbus, Ohio

    • Year Released: 2001
    8/21/00 – Columbus, Ohio is a two-disc live album and the thirty-eighth in a series of 72 live bootlegs released by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam from the band's 2000 Binaural Tour. It was released along with the other official bootlegs from the first North American leg of the tour on February 27, 2001. The album was recorded on August 21, 2000 in Columbus, Ohio at Polaris Amphitheater. It was selected by the band as one of 18 "Ape/Man" shows from the tour, which, according to bassist Jeff Ament, were shows the band found "really exciting." Allmusic gave it one and a half out of a possible five stars. Allmusic staff writer Zac Johnson said, "When undertaking a project of this magnitude, there are bound to be 'off' nights in amongst the remarkable shows, and, unfortunately, this seems to be one of them."
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    8/24/00 – Jones Beach, New York

    • Year Released: 2001
    8/24/00 – Jones Beach, New York is a two-disc live album and the fortieth in a series of 72 live bootlegs released by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam from the band's 2000 Binaural Tour. It was released along with the other official bootlegs from the first North American leg of the tour on February 27, 2001. The album was recorded on August 24, 2000 in Wantagh, New York at Jones Beach Amphitheater. It was selected by the band as one of 18 "Ape/Man" shows from the tour, which, according to bassist Jeff Ament, were shows the band found "really exciting." Allmusic gave it one and a half out of a possible five stars. Allmusic staff writer Zac Johnson said, "The last quarter of the show really shines, but doesn't fully make up for the mistakes made during the majority of the concert." "Daughter"/"It's OK" from this show appears on the Touring Band 2000 DVD.
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    8/25/00 – Jones Beach, New York

    • Year Released: 2001
    8/25/00 – Jones, Beach New York is a two-disc live album and the forty-first in a series of 72 live bootlegs released by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam from the band's 2000 Binaural Tour. It was released along with the other official bootlegs from the first North American leg of the tour on February 27, 2001. The album was recorded on August 25, 2000 in Wantagh, New York at Jones Beach Amphitheater. It was selected by the band as one of 18 "Ape/Man" shows from the tour, which, according to bassist Jeff Ament, were shows the band found "really exciting." Allmusic gave it four and a half out of a possible five stars. Allmusic staff writer Zac Johnson said, "The last show in Jones Beach proves to be one of those nights where everything falls into place: The band feeds off of the crowd's energy, and the audience pays them back in full. One of the better shows in this series by far." It debuted at number 159 on the Billboard 200 album chart.
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    8/29/00 – Boston, Massachusetts

    • Year Released: 2001
    8/29/00 – Boston, Massachusetts is a two-disc live album and the forty-third in a series of 72 live bootlegs released by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam from the band's 2000 Binaural Tour. It was released along with the other official bootlegs from the first North American leg of the tour on February 27, 2001. The album was recorded on August 29, 2000 in Mansfield, Massachusetts at the Tweeter Center. It was selected by the band as one of 18 "Ape/Man" shows from the tour, which, according to bassist Jeff Ament, were shows the band found "really exciting." Allmusic gave it four out of a possible five stars. Allmusic staff writer Zac Johnson said, "By far one of the best releases in this series." It debuted at number 163 on the Billboard 200 album chart.
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    8/7/00 – Atlanta, Georgia

    • Year Released: 2001
    8/7/00 – Atlanta, Georgia is a two-disc live album and the twenty-ninth in a series of 72 live bootlegs released by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam from the band's 2000 Binaural Tour. It was released along with the other official bootlegs from the first North American leg of the tour on February 27, 2001. The album was recorded on August 7, 2000 in Atlanta, Georgia at Philips Arena. It was selected by the band as one of 18 "Ape/Man" shows from the tour, which, according to bassist Jeff Ament, were shows the band found "really exciting." Allmusic gave it three out of a possible five stars. Allmusic staff writer Zac Johnson said, "If it could have held its level of intensity, it would rank among the best in this series. Nevertheless it is still a terrific performance, one that fans will cherish."
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    Alive

    • Year Released: 1991
    Alive is the 1991 single album by Pearl Jam.
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    Animal

    • Year Released: 1994
    Animal is the 1994 single album by Pearl Jam.
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    Backspacer

    • Year Released: 2009
    Backspacer is the ninth studio album by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam, released on September 20, 2009. The bandmembers started writing instrumental and demo tracks in 2007, and got together in 2008 to work on an album. It was recorded from February through April 2009 with producer Brendan O'Brien, who was working with the band for the fourth time—this was their first collaboration since 1998's Yield. Material was recorded in Henson Recording Studios in Los Angeles, California and O'Brien's own Southern Tracks Recording in Atlanta, Georgia. The music on the album—the shortest of the band's career—features a sound influenced by pop and New Wave. The lyrics have a more optimistic look than the ones in the politic-infused predecessors Riot Act and Pearl Jam, something frontman Eddie Vedder attributed to the election of Barack Obama. The band released the album through their own label Monkeywrench Records with worldwide distribution by Universal Music Group via a licensing agreement with Island Records. Physical copies of the record were sold through Target in North America, and promotion included a deal with Verizon, a world tour, and moderately successful singles "The
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    Binaural

    • Year Released: 2000
    Binaural is the sixth studio album by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam, released on May 16, 2000 through Epic Records. Following a full-scale tour in support of its previous album, Yield (1998), Pearl Jam took a short break before reconvening toward the end of 1999 to begin work on a new album. During the production of the album, the band encountered hindrances such as singer Eddie Vedder's writer's block, and guitarist Mike McCready entrance into rehabilitation due to an addiction to prescription drugs. The music on the record featured an experimental sound, evident on songs that used binaural recording techniques. The atmospheric tracks, mostly featuring somber lyrics dealing with social criticism, lead the band to convey these themes with images of nebulas in the album artwork. Binaural received positive reviews, and debuted at number two on the Billboard 200. Although the record was certified gold by the RIAA, it became the first Pearl Jam studio album to fail to reach platinum status in the United States. The album's 2000 tour spawned a large collection of official bootleg releases. Similar to the process for Yield, the band members worked on material individually
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    Dissident #2

    • Year Released: 1994
    Dissident #2 is the 1994 live single album by Pearl Jam, exclusively released for the European market.
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    Dissident #3

    • Year Released: 1994
    Dissident #3 is the 1994 live single album by Pearl Jam, exclusively released for the European market.
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    Go

    • Year Released: 1993
    Go is the 1993 single album by Pearl Jam.
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    Jeremy

    • Year Released: 1992
    Jeremy is the 1992 single album by Pearl Jam.
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    Live At Easy Street

    • Year Released: 2006
    Live at Easy Street is a live EP by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam that includes songs taken from a surprise in-store performance at Easy Street Records in West Seattle on April 29, 2005. Pearl Jam performed a sixteen song set on April 29, 2005 at Easy Street Records in Seattle, Washington in support of the Coalition of Independent Music Stores, however only seven of those songs are included on this release. The album was released exclusively to independent record stores on June 20, 2006 through J Records. The album contains covers of the Avengers' "American in Me", the Dead Kennedys' "Bleed for Me", and X's "The New World", the latter of which features X's John Doe. Easy Street Records, located in West Seattle, is frequented by members of the band including vocalist Eddie Vedder and guitarist Mike McCready. The person seated in the lower right corner of the cover is Adam Tutty, manager of Easy Street Records and a friend of the band. Rolling Stone staff writer David Fricke gave the album three and a half out of five stars, saying, "Here's a good reason why cool bricks-and-mortar record shops still matter: seven songs cut live and hot in front of fans and customers at
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    Live at Lollapalooza 2007

    • Year Released: 2007
    Live at Lollapalooza 2007 is a live album by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam that was released as an iTunes exclusive on September 18, 2007. The album contains Pearl Jam's set from the band's August 5, 2007 appearance at Lollapalooza in Chicago, Illinois. The album is available exclusively through iTunes. Proceeds from this download benefit VH1's Save the Music Foundation. Although the album is labeled as "clean," all songs that feature cursing have been left intact. The album omits a performance of the song "No More" by vocalist Eddie Vedder and musician Ben Harper as well as a speech made by Iraq War veteran Tomas Young. The performance of "No More" was included on the Body of War soundtrack.
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    Live on Ten Legs

    • Year Released: 2011
    Live on Ten Legs is a live album by American alternative rock band Pearl Jam released on January 17, 2011. The album is composed of songs recorded during the band's 2003–2010 world tours, and is a companion piece to their 1998 live album, Live on Two Legs. All songs on the album have been remixed by long time Pearl Jam engineer, Brett Eliason. The album packaging is similar to the previous official live compilation. Photos of the band in concert are featured on the inside of the cover. A gatefold opens to reveal photos of the road crew and full colour reproductions of various concert posters from the band's tours of this era. All lyrics written by Eddie Vedder, except where noted, all music composed by Vedder, except where noted.
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    Live on Two Legs

    • Year Released: 1998
    Live on Two Legs is the first major live album by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam, released on November 24, 1998 through Epic Records. The album has been certified platinum by the RIAA in the United States. Live on Two Legs consists of live performances of songs from different shows of the band's summer 1998 North American tour. Guitarist Mike McCready stated that the band released the live album due to the strength of Pearl Jam's shows on the tour. It debuted at number fifteen on the Billboard 200 album chart. Live on Two Legs has been certified platinum by the RIAA. "Daughter" features vocalist Eddie Vedder singing lyrics to Neil Young's "Rockin' in the Free World" (as the band continues a quiet jam to "Daughter") along with lyrics to Pearl Jam's own "W.M.A." towards the end of the song. The album contains Pearl Jam's rendition of the Young song "Fuckin' Up". Allmusic staff writer Stephen Thomas Erlewine gave the album three out of five stars. He said that "Pearl Jam still sounds good, but they lack the wild energy that distinguished their early years. Professionalism has its good points, however, and it's true that Live on Two Legs is eminently listenable, thanks in
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    Lost Dogs

    • Year Released: 2003
    Lost Dogs is a two-disc compilation album by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam, released on November 11, 2003 through Epic Records. The album has been certified gold by the RIAA in the United States. Lost Dogs is a double-disc collection of B-sides and other released and unreleased material. Lost Dogs sold 89,500 copies in its first week of release and debuted at number fifteen on the Billboard 200 chart. Lost Dogs has been certified gold by the RIAA. A number of songs included on Lost Dogs differ from the originally released versions, including "Alone", "U", "Wash", and "Dirty Frank". The album includes the hidden track "4/20/02" at the end of disc two, a tribute to Alice in Chains frontman Layne Staley. It was written by vocalist Eddie Vedder during the recording sessions for Riot Act on the day that he heard the news of Staley's death. The song features only Vedder singing and playing the guitar in a ukulele-inspired tuning. According to Vedder, the reason why it was not included on Riot Act was that the band already had too many songs. According to guitarist Mike McCready, the reason the song was only featured as a hidden track on Lost Dogs is because Vedder
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    Merkin Ball

    • Year Released: 1995
    Merkin Ball is a two-song EP by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam featuring Neil Young, released on December 5, 1995 through Epic Records. Merkin Ball is a companion to Neil Young's 1995 album, Mirror Ball. The EP has been certified gold by the RIAA in the United States. The tracks on Merkin Ball were recorded at the tail end of the Mirror Ball sessions in February 1995. The songs were produced and mixed by Pearl Jam sound engineer Brett Eliason. Pearl Jam vocalist Eddie Vedder was not around much for the Mirror Ball recording sessions due to what he called a "pretty intense stalker problem." Vedder said that "leaving the house wasn't the easiest thing to do." Vedder would refer to the issue in the song "Lukin" from Pearl Jam's 1996 album, No Code. Vedder wrote and performed vocals and guitar on the songs "I Got Id" and "Long Road" which were omitted from Mirror Ball. Neil Young contributed lead guitar to "I Got Id" and pump organ to "Long Road". Mirror Ball producer Brendan O'Brien plays bass on "I Got Id" while Pearl Jam bassist Jeff Ament plays bass on "Long Road". Pearl Jam drummer Jack Irons plays drums on both tracks. Mirror Ball and Merkin Ball complement each
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    No Code

    • Year Released: 1996
    No Code is the fourth studio album by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam, released on August 27, 1996 through Epic Records. Following a troubled tour for its previous album, Vitalogy (1994), in which Pearl Jam engaged in a much-publicized boycott of Ticketmaster, the band went into the studio to record its follow-up. The music on the record was more diverse than what the band had done on previous releases, incorporating elements of garage rock, worldbeat, psychedelia, and experimentalism. Although No Code debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, it left a large section of the band’s fanbase unsatisfied and quickly fell down the charts. Critical reviews were also mixed, with praise to the musical variety but the album being considered inconsistent. The album became the first Pearl Jam album to not reach multi-platinum status, receiving a single platinum certification by the RIAA in the United States. For its fourth album, Pearl Jam again worked with producer Brendan O'Brien, with whom they had worked on predecessors Vs. (1993) and Vitalogy (1994). No Code was the band's first album with drummer Jack Irons, who had joined the band as Vitalogy was being completed.
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    Oceans

    • Year Released: 1992
    Oceans is the 1992 single album by Pearl Jam.
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    Pearl Jam

    • Year Released: 2006
    Pearl Jam (sometimes referred to as The Avocado Album) is the eponymous eighth studio album by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam released on May 2, 2006 on J Records. It was the band's debut and only release for J Records and also their last album issued by Sony Music. It was the band's first full-length studio release in almost four years, since Riot Act (2002). Following their performances at the Vote For Change tour in 2004, the band commenced work on Pearl Jam in November 2004 at Studio X in Seattle, Washington and finished in February 2006. The music on the record was proclaimed as a return to the band's roots, with an emphasis on up-tempo songs with an aggressive sound. The song lyrics are mostly told from the point of view of characters and deal with the socio-political issues in the United States at the period, such as the War on Terror. Pearl Jam was critically well received and was a commercial success, debuting at number two on the Billboard 200 chart and eventually outselling the band's previous release, Riot Act. The album also produced three singles—"World Wide Suicide", "Life Wasted" and "Gone"—which were moderately successful. The band supported the album
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    Rearviewmirror (Greatest Hits 1991-2003)

    • Year Released: 2004
    Rearviewmirror (Greatest Hits 1991–2003) is a two-disc compilation album by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam, released on November 16, 2004 through Epic Records. The album has been certified platinum by the RIAA in the United States, making it the most recent release by the band to attain Platinum status. The compilation debuted at number 16 on the Billboard 200 chart, selling 96,000 copies in its first week of release. rearviewmirror (Greatest Hits 1991–2003) has been certified platinum by the RIAA. The tracks "Once", "Alive," and "Black" have been remixed by Brendan O'Brien. Pearl Jam's version of the Victoria Williams song "Crazy Mary" was supposed to appear on disc two, but was replaced with "Man of the Hour" before release. This release marked the end of Pearl Jam's contractual agreement with Epic Records. Allmusic staff writer Stephen Thomas Erlewine gave the album four and a half out of five stars. He said that the album "does an expert job not only of capturing the moment when Pearl Jam were monstrously popular, but proving that they still turned out good music even when they were fading from the spotlight. Unlike most career-spanning, multi-disc retrospectives,
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    Riot Act

    • Year Released: 2002
    Riot Act is the seventh studio album by American alternative rock band Pearl Jam, released November 12, 2002 through Epic Records. Following a full-scale tour in support of its previous album, Binaural (2000), Pearl Jam took a year-long break. The band then reconvened in the beginning of 2002 and commenced work on a new album. The music on the record featured a diverse sound, including songs influenced by folk, art rock, and experimental rock. The lyrics deal with mortality and existentialism, with much influence from both the political climate after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks and the accidental death of nine fans during Pearl Jam's performance at the 2000 Roskilde Festival. The band supported the album with a politically charged concert tour in 2003. Riot Act was the band's last album of all-new material for Epic. The album received mostly positive reviews, and has been certified gold by the RIAA in the United States. Producer Adam Kasper was brought in to work with the band on its seventh album. Kasper had engineered other Pearl Jam albums, and was brought to produce following a suggestion by drummer Matt Cameron, who worked with Kasper on his previous groups
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    Ten

    • Year Released: 1991
    Ten is the debut studio album by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam, released on August 27, 1991 through Epic Records. Following the disbanding of bassist Jeff Ament and guitarist Stone Gossard's previous group Mother Love Bone, the two recruited vocalist Eddie Vedder, guitarist Mike McCready, and drummer Dave Krusen to form Pearl Jam in 1990. Most of the songs began as instrumental jams, to which Vedder added lyrics about topics such as depression, homelessness, and abuse. Ten was not an immediate success, but by late 1992 it had reached number two on the Billboard 200 chart. The album produced three hit singles: "Alive", "Even Flow", and "Jeremy". While Pearl Jam was accused of jumping on the grunge bandwagon at the time, Ten was instrumental in popularizing alternative rock in the mainstream. The album has been certified diamond by the RIAA in the United States. By 2011, it had sold around 9,900,000 copies in the U.S., and remains Pearl Jam's most commercially successful album. Guitarist Stone Gossard and bassist Jeff Ament had played together in the pioneering grunge band Green River. Following Green River's dissolution in 1987, Ament and Gossard played together in
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    Vitalogy

    • Year Released: 1994
    Vitalogy is the third studio album by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam, released on November 22, 1994 through Epic Records. Pearl Jam wrote and recorded Vitalogy while touring behind its previous album Vs. (1993). The music on the record was more diverse than previous releases, and consists of aggressive rock songs, ballads, and several experimental tracks. Vitalogy was packaged in a booklet that replicated material from a 1920s medical book of the same name. The album was first released on vinyl record, followed by a release in other formats two weeks later on December 6, 1994. Upon its CD release, Vitalogy became the second-fastest-selling album in the band's history, behind only Vs. The album has been certified five times platinum by the RIAA in the United States. In 2012, Rolling Stone magazine listed the album at #485 on its list of The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. For its third album, Pearl Jam again worked with producer Brendan O'Brien. The band wrote many of the songs during soundchecks on its Vs. Tour and the majority of the album's tracks were recorded during breaks on the tour. The first session took place late in 1993 in New Orleans, Louisiana, where the
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    Vs.

    • Year Released: 1993
    Vs. is the second studio album by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam, released on October 19, 1993 through Epic Records. After a relentless touring schedule in support of its debut album, Ten (1991), Pearl Jam headed into the studio in early 1993 facing the challenge of following up the commercial success of its debut. The resulting album, Vs., featured a rawer and more aggressive sound compared with the band's previous release. It was the band's first collaboration with producer Brendan O'Brien. Pearl Jam decided to scale back its commercial efforts for Vs., including declining to produce music videos for any of the album’s singles. Upon its release, Vs. set the record for most copies of an album sold in its first week, a record it held for five years. Vs. occupied the number one spot on the Billboard 200 for five weeks, the longest duration for a Pearl Jam album. The album has been certified seven times platinum by the RIAA in the United States. For its second album, Pearl Jam felt the pressures of trying to match the success of its debut album, Ten. In a 2002 interview, guitarist Mike McCready said, "The band was blown up pretty big and everything was pretty crazy."
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    Yield

    • Year Released: 1998
    Yield is the fifth studio album by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam, released on February 3, 1998. Following a short promotional tour for its previous album, No Code (1996), Pearl Jam recorded Yield throughout 1997 at Studio Litho and Studio X in Seattle, Washington. The album was proclaimed as a return to the band's early, straightforward rock sound, and marked a more collaborative effort from the band as opposed to relying heavily on frontman Eddie Vedder to compose the songs. The lyrics deal with contemplative themes, albeit seen in a more positive manner compared to the band's earlier work. Yield received positive reviews and debuted at number two on the Billboard 200, but while like No Code the album soon began dropping down the charts, Yield eventually outsold its predecessor. The band did more promotion for the album compared to No Code, including a return to full-scale touring and the release of a music video for the song "Do the Evolution". The record has been certified platinum by the RIAA in the United States. The album is Pearl Jam's last release with drummer Jack Irons, who left the band during the album's promotional tour. For its fifth album, Pearl Jam
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