Pearl Jam announces new live album release date
Saturday 06 November 2010
To commemorate its 20th anniversary, American rock band Pearl Jam announced via the band's website on November 4 the release date for
Live on Ten Legs, a new live compilation.
The album releases internationally on January 17 (except in North America, where it releases January 18). The 18-track album features live tracks recorded over the course of the band's 2003-2010 world tours. The band's last live set, Live on Two Legs, was released in 1998 and has been certified platinum in the US.
The new release will be available internationally as a digital version, a CD, and a deluxe version, which features a CD, double LP package, four mini-poster reprints, and five photographs. The album will also be available as a vinyl in the US.
Album tracks include "Animal," "Rearview Mirror," "Jeremy," "Just Breathe," "Alive," and "I Am Mine."
Since its inception in 1990, Pearl Jam has become one of the longest-standing alternative rock bands to first find success in the 1990s, selling an estimated 60 million records worldwide. Pearl Jam's last and ninth studio album, Backspacer, reached number one on album charts in six countries.
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