Pearl Jam Releases ‘Deep’ Archive of Digital Bootlegs

That’s 5,404 tracks of PJ goodness from 2000 to 2013.

Pearl Jam is throwing open the doors to a massive digital archive of live recordings spanning nearly 200 shows, 5,500 songs and two decades. The massive drop encompasses fan-favorite bootlegs from tours in 2000, 2003, 2008 and 2013, according to a release announcing the project that ropes in 186 live shows and 5,404 individual tracks.

The recordings can be accessed from the “Deep” hub on the official PJ site — which requires membership in the Ten Club fan club, or through Apple Music and Spotify — with each show featuring descriptions written by Ten Club members. PJ, known for mixing up its set list from night to night, is also offering some fan-curated playlists that include “Best of City,” “Best of Year,” “Best Political Songs” and “Best Covers,” as well as starter packs for newbies such as “Pearl Jam For Dummies.”

Source: News | Billboard

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