Pearl Jam is unleashing an archive of almost 200 live shows

Yeah, you're going to want to dig into this
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They’re one of the best live acts in music and soon you’ll be able to listen to almost every concert they put on from 2000 to 2013.

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Pearl Jam has just announced Deep, a digital archive of 186 concerts and 5,404 songs performed at concerts between 2000 to 2013. The hub includes shows from the 2000 Binaural tour, 2003’s Riot Act tour, their 2008 tour, and the 2013 Lightning Bolt tour.

There’s several different options that hardcore Pearl Jam fans will be thrilled by. For one, you can partake in the Custom Setlist Generator where you can create your dream gig that will be written out in Eddie Vedder’s signature handwriting. So yes, theoretically you could build a setlist made entirely of 20 different versions of "Corduroy," in case you were wondering.

Additionally, fans can also include their name and birthday to receive a custom playlist and a setlist graphic with Vedder’s handwriting.

If you’re not in the mood to listen to a full show, Deep features several themed playlists including “Best Of Tours,” “Covers,” and “Know Your Rights,” a politically charged playlist named after The Clash song of the same name.

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