NEW: September 30, 2003 - Two new Pearl Jam Releases Out November 11, 2003
- A Double-CD Rarities Album entitled Lost Dogs
- A 2-DVD Set Entitled Pearl Jam Live at the Garden
Seattle, WA -- Pearl Jam will release their much-anticipated rarities and b-sides double album entitled Lost Dogs, as well as a 2- disc DVD of their July 8, 2003 concert performance at Madison Square Garden entitled Pearl Jam Live at the Garden. Both releases are currently set for November 11, 2003 through Epic Records.
Lost Dogs Rarities/B-sides Double Album The 2-disc rarities album will include 31 tracks compiled from the band's extensive b-side archives and from various benefit albums and soundtracks. None of the included tracks have been previously featured on any of the band's studio albums. Suggested retail price will be $19.98. The tracklisting is as follows:
Disc One All Night Sad Down In The Moonlight Hitchhiker Don't Gimme No Lip Alone Education "U" Black, Red, Yellow Leaving Here Gremmie Out Of Control Whale Song Undone Hold On Yellow Ledbetter
Disc Two Fatal Other Side Hard to Imagine Footsteps Wash Dead Man Strangest Tribe Drifting Let Me Sleep Angel Last Kiss Sweet Lew Dirty Frank Brother Instrumental Bee Girl
Pearl Jam Live at the Garden DVD The band will also release a 2-disc DVD of their entire July 8th, 2003 Madison Square Garden show. Filmed by Pearl Jam crew members Liz Burns, Steve Gordon, Kevin Shuss and Brandon Vedder. Suggested retail price will be $19.98.
Main show highlights include:
* Performances with Ben Harper on "Daughter" and "Indifference" * Tony Barber of the Buzzcocks on "Sonic Reducer" * Steve Diggle of the Buzzcocks on "Baba O'Riley"
Main show tracklisting includes: Love Boat Captain Last Exit Save You Green Disease In My Tree Cropduster Even Flow Gimme Some Truth I Am Mine Lowlight Faithful Wishlist Lukin Grievance 1/2 Full Black Spin The Black Circle RVM You Are Thumbing My Way Daughter (Featuring Ben Harper) Crown of Thorns Breath Betterman Evolution Crazy Mary Indifference (Featuring Ben Harper) Sonic Reducer (Featuring Tony Barber of the Buzzcocks Baba O'Riley (Featuring Steve Diggle of the Buzzcocks) Yellow Ledbetter
In addition to the 2 hour and 40 minute performance, there are 30 minutes of bonus features, including:
* A solo performance of "Dead Man" by Ed Vedder; * A performance of "Throw Your Arms Around Me" in Perth, Australia with Mark Seymour of Hunters and Collectors * Montage of guest performances, set to the song "Fortunate Son" by Pearl Jam ? includes footage of Johnny Marr, Betchadupa, Cheetah Chrome, Sleater Kinney, Corin Tucker, Mike Tyler, Steve Earle, Jack Irons, Ben Harper, Billy Gibbons, Ann and Nancy Wilson of Heart, Idlewild, and the Buzzcocks * A compilation of clips from a number of Bushleaguer" performances on the 2003 Riot Act world tour. * Matt cam angle on five of the songs * Band outtakes set to "Down" * Crew montage set to "All Those Yesterdays"
Half the songs on the rarities album I don't have, so that's a definite pick-up for me. I'll probably pick up the DVD, as well. They're supposed to be releasing a DVD of the 2003 tour similar to the "Touring Band" release from their last tour, also. If the MSG DVD didn't have any extras, I'd let it go w/out getting it, but the extras are enough to convince me to pick it up.
I am so getting the rareties album. The DVD is something I might rent, but I usually don't buy music DVDs.
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