Pearl Jam - Indianapolis, Indiana - August 18, 2000

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Posted on Sat, 03/29/2014 - 10:49pm
by John MacMillan

Member since: Tue, 01/07/2014
 

Release Type

Live Album

Release Year

2001

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Label

Epic

 

Album Overview

The Pearl Jam "Official" Bootlegs are a large, continually growing series of live albums by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam. Pearl Jam noted the desire of fans to own a copy of the shows they attended and the popularity of bootleg recordings. The band had been open in the past about allowing fans to make amateur recordings, and these "official bootlegs" were an attempt to provide a more affordable and better quality product for fans. The band has sold more than 3.5 million copies of shows since launching the bootleg series in 2000. The official bootlegs are a complete record of almost every show the band plays, excluding club "warm-up" dates.

Tracks

TrackTitleDuration
1.1Interstellar Overdrive1:38
1.2Corduroy4:47
1.3Grievance3:13
1.4Spin The Black Circle4:01
1.5Dissident3:33
1.6Brain Of J2:48
1.7Animal2:53
1.8Given To Fly4:07
1.9Nothing As It Seems5:46
1.10Even Flow5:42
1.11Pilate2:52
1.12Lukin0:58
1.13Light Years4:43
1.14Betterman5:37
1.15Leatherman2:17
1.16Not For You5:38
1.17Black7:18
1.18Insignificance4:32
2.1Go4:24
2.2Encore Break1:49
2.3Throw Your Arms Around Me3:45
2.4Do The Evolution3:31
2.5State Of Love And Trust4:11
2.6Crazy Mary5:27
2.7Small Town3:52
2.8Last Kiss3:17
2.9RVM9:49
2.10Indifference4:28
2.11RITFW6:23

2000–2001

Pearl Jam's official bootleg program was begun for the band's 2000 Binaural Tour. 72 of the "bootlegs" were released to stores in three waves in late 2000 and early 2001, with the 25 European bootlegs coming first. Every show was released in a cardboard sleeve containing two CDs, with the exception of the 72nd and final show on the tour, November 6, 2000 at KeyArena in Seattle, Washington. The Seattle show was released as a triple-disc set, and was the highest-charting of the series, peaking at number 98 on the Billboard 200, and was called an "essential live document" by Allmusic. Eighteen shows from the tour were chosen by the band as "Ape/Man" shows, which, according to bassist Jeff Ament, were shows the band found "really exciting." With the release of these official bootlegs, Pearl Jam would set a record for most albums to debut in the Billboard 200 at the same time.

Personnel

  • Eddie Vedder – lead vocals, rhythm guitar 
  • Mike McCready – lead guitar, backing vocals 
  • Stone Gossard – rhythm/lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Jeff Ament – bass, backing vocals 
  • Matt Cameron – drums, percussion, backing vocals

Credits

Artwork By [Design & Layout]: Brad Klausen
Artwork By [Design Concept]: J.A.
Engineer: John Burton
Mixed By: Brett Eliason

Notes

No. 36 (of 72) of the 2000 Binaural Tour Official Bootleg series. Recorded live 2000-08-18 Deer Creek Music Center, Noblesville, IN, USA The barcode, label name and catalog# are not visible anywhere on the cover sleeve or discs. They were indicated only on the original sealing sticker. Manufactured in Carrollton, GA (USA). Mastered at RFI CD Mastering. Track 2.11 is "Rockin' In The Free World".

 

Attribution

Pearl Jam Official Bootlegs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia : taken from - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pearl_Jam_Official_Bootlegs
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