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Pearl Jam - Live At The Garden (2004)
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Pearl Jam - Live At The Garden (2004) 2xDVD

Video: PAL, MPEG-2, 720 x 576 (1.778) at 25.000 fps | Audio: AC-3 2ch. at 224 Kbps, AC-3 6ch. at 448 Kbps, DTS 6ch. at 755 Kbps
Genre: Rock | Label: Sony BMG | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 1 Mar 2004 | Runtime: 190 min. | 4,34+4,21 GB (2xDVD5)

Pearl Jam rose from the ashes of Mother Love Bone to become the most popular American
rock & roll band of the '90s. After Mother Love Bone's vocalist,
Andrew Wood, overdosed on heroin in 1990, guitarist Stone Gossard and
bassist Jeff Ament assembled a new band, bringing in Mike McCready on
lead guitar and recording a demo with Soundgarden's Matt Cameron on
drums. Thanks to future Pearl Jam drummer Jack Irons, the demo found its
way to a 25-year-old San Diego surfer named Eddie Vedder, who
overdubbed vocals and original lyrics and was subsequently invited to
join the band (then christened Mookie Blaylock after the NBA player).
Dave Krusen was hired as the full-time drummer shortly thereafter,
completing the original lineup. Renaming themselves Pearl Jam, the band
recorded their debut album, Ten, in the beginning of 1991, although it
wasn't released until August; in the meantime, the majority of the band
appeared on the Andrew Wood tribute project Temple of the Dog. Krusen
left the band shortly after the release of Ten; he was replaced by Dave
Abbruzzese. Ten didn't begin selling in significant numbers until early
1992, after Nirvana made mainstream rock radio receptive to alternative
rock acts. Soon, Pearl Jam outsold Nirvana, which wasn't surprising.
After all, Pearl Jam fused the riff-heavy stadium rock of the '70s with
the grit and anger of '80s post-punk, without ever neglecting hooks and
choruses; "Jeremy," "Evenflow," and "Alive" fit perfectly onto album
rock radio stations looking for new blood. Pearl Jam's audience
continued to grow during 1992, thanks to a series of radio and MTV hits,
as well as successful appearances on the second Lollapalooza tour and
the Singles soundtrack. Meanwhile, Temple of the Dog's self-titled album
became a platinum-selling hit, thanks to renewed interest in the
project (which, in addition to Pearl Jam, featured grunge heavyweight
Chris Cornell) and strong radio support for the single "Hunger Strike."
Stone Gossard also embarked on a side project called Brad, which
released the album Shame in early 1993. Despite their status as rock
& roll superstars, Pearl Jam refused to succumb to the accepted
conventions of the music industry. The group refused to release any
videos or singles from their second album, 1993's Vs. Nevertheless, it
was another multi-platinum success, debuting at number one and selling
nearly a million copies in its first week of release. On their spring
1994 American tour, the band decided not to play the conventional
stadiums, choosing to play smaller arenas, including several shows on
college campuses. Pearl Jam canceled their 1994 summer tour, claiming
they couldn't keep ticket prices below 20 dollars because Ticketmaster
was pressuring promoters to charge a higher price. The band took
Ticketmaster to the Justice Department for unfair business practices;
while fighting Ticketmaster, they recorded a new album during the spring
and summer of 1994. After the record was completed, the group fired
Dave Abbruzzese, replacing him with former Red Hot Chili Peppers and
Eleven drummer Jack Irons.
Vitalogy, the band's third album, appeared at the end of 1994. For the
first two weeks, the album was only available as a limited vinyl
release, but the record charted in the Top 60. Once Vitalogy was
available on CD and cassette, the album shot to the top of the charts
and quickly went multi-platinum. Pearl Jam continued to battle
Ticketmaster in 1995, but the Justice Department eventually ruled in
favor of the ticket agency. In early 1995, the band recorded an album
with Neil Young. Meanwhile, Vedder toured with his wife Beth's
experimental band Hovercraft in the spring of 1994 as Stone Gossard
founded an independent record company. Mad Season, Mike McCready's side
project with Layne Staley of Alice in Chains, released its first album,
Above, in the spring of 1995. Comprised entirely of Neil Young songs,
Mirror Ball appeared in the summer under Young's name; although the
individual members of the band were credited, the name Pearl Jam did not
appear on the cover due to legal complications. Pearl Jam released a
single culled from the sessions, titled Merkinball and featuring the
songs "I Got ID" and "Long Road," during the fall of 1995.
In late summer of 1996, Pearl Jam released their fourth album, No Code.
Although the album was greeted with fairly positive reviews and debuted
at number one, its weird amalgam of rock, worldbeat, and experimentalism
dissatisfied a large portion of their fan base, and it quickly fell
down the charts. The record's performance was also hurt by Pearl Jam's
inability to launch a full-scale tour, due both to their battle with
Ticketmaster and a reluctance to spend months on the road. The band
spent most of 1997 out of the spotlight, working on new material;
Gossard also released a second album with his side project Brad, titled
Interiors. By the end of the year, Pearl Jam had completed a new,
harder-rocking record entitled Yield. The album was greeted with
enthusiastic reviews upon its February 1998 release, but its commercial
fortunes weren't quite as clear cut. While their sizable cult embraced
the album, sending it to number two its first week of release, Yield
quickly slipped down the charts. Pearl Jam supported the record with a
full-scale arena tour in the summer of 1998, issuing the concert LP Live
on Two Legs at the end of the year; Jack Irons did not participate due
to poor health, prompting the band to bring ex-Soundgarden drummer Matt
Cameron back into the fold.
In 1999, Pearl Jam scored an unlikely pop radio smash with their cover
of the J. Frank Wilson oldie "Last Kiss," originally released as the
seventh in a series of fan club-only singles that had also featured
several incongruous covers in the past. Demand from fans and radio
programmers resulted in the nationwide release of "Last Kiss," and it
eventually became the band's highest-charting pop hit to date, peaking
at number two and going gold. The group returned in 2000 with the Tchad
Blake-produced Binaural. In order to circumvent bootleggers, their
subsequent European and American tours were recorded in full and
released in an unprecedented series of double-CD sets, with each of the
72 volumes featuring a complete concert. Riot Act, a muscular and
critically lauded collection of new songs that found the group dabbling
in experimental art rock, was released in 2002.
Two anthologies arrived in 2003 and 2004, Lost Dogs: Rarities and B
Sides and Rearviewmirror: Greatest Hits 1991-2003. They were followed in
2006 by the eponymous (and all-new) Pearl Jam, a number two hit on the
album charts. As the band's 20th anniversary loomed on the horizon,
Pearl Jam launched a series of album reissues, beginning with a deluxe
version of Ten in 2009. That same year also saw the release of their
ninth studio album, Backspacer, which doubled as the group's first
independently released project, initially appearing exclusively in
Target stores in the U.S. The band supported the album with an extensive
2010 tour. Live on Ten Legs, a collection of concert highlights from
2003-2010, appeared in January 2011. Later that year, Vedder released a
solo album of standards accompanied only by ukulele, and the band
celebrated their two-decade anniversary by launching a two-day festival
in Wisconsin, commissioning Cameron Crowe to produce a music documentary
named PJ20, and releasing a soundtrack of rare songs from the film.
Shortly thereafter, the band went back into the studio with Brendan
O'Brien to start work on the follow-up to Backspacer. The resulting
album, Lightning Bolt, was announced in July 2013 with the release of
the raw, punky single "Mind Your Manners." A "darker, more atmospheric"
album, with longer songs than its short, sharp predecessor, and bearing
the influence of both Pink Floyd and punk, Lightning Bolt was scheduled
for release in October 2013.

Artists: Pearl Jam
- Eddie Vedder: Lead Vocal, Guitar
- Mike McCready: Lead Guitar
- Stone Gossard: Rhythm Guitar
- Jeff Ament: Bass
- Matt Cameron: Drums

- Ben Harper (guest): Vocals, Guitar
- Tony Barber (guest): Bass
- Steve Diggle (guest): Guitar

- Disc1
01. Intro
02. Love Boat Captain
03. Last Exit
04. Save You
05. Green Disease
06. In My Tree
07. Cropduster
08. Even Flow
09. Gimme Some Truth
10. I Am Mine
11. Low Light
12. Faithful
13. Wishlist
14. Lukin
15. Grievance
16. 1/2 Full
17. Black
18. Spin the Black Circle
19. Rearviewmirror

- Disc2
01. You Are
02. Thumbing My Way
03. Daughter (With Ben Harper)
04. Crown of Thorns
05. Breath
06. Betterman
07. Do the Evolution
08. Crazy Mary
09. Indifference (With Ben Harper)
10. Sonic Reducer (With Tony Barber)
11. Baba O'Riley (With Steve Diggle)
12. Yellow Ledbetter
- Bonustrack - Throw Your Arms Around Me
- Bonustrack - Dead Man
- Bonustrack - Bushleaguer
- Bonustrack - Fortunate Son
- Bonustrack - Down
- Bonustrack - All Those Yesterday

- Direct Scene Access
- Interactive Menu

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