Pearl Jam have released a concert bootleg featuring the first-ever performance of the band’s 1996 album, “No Code”, in its entirety.
Part of the group’s fall US tour in support of their latest release, “Lightning Bolt”, the October 17 show at the I Wireless Center in Moline, Illinois also featured the debut of a new song, “Moline”, written just before showtime.
“It literally was written about 10 minutes….it was finished right before we walked out here,” frontman Eddie Vedder told the crowd. “But now we’ve played all those songs and I’ve had just a little bit of wine –, just a litte bit – so just give me one second to learn it and I’ll be right with you.”
The concert also featured covers of songs by Pink Floyd (“Interstellar Overdrive”), John Lennon (“Imagine”) and Van Halen (“Eruption”).
More details about the package are available at pearljam.com
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