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Pearl Jam: 34 Free Live Albums for Download 1990-2014


OzReminder for the Ten Club, this is still available for some easy listening.

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  • +17

    All g I can grab them on napster

    • +8

      Prffff peasants, limewire is faster

      • Sub7 is where it’s at…

      • +1

        Frostwire for no ads!

      • +1

        You all suck, kazaa was the best.

        I used normal kazaa to download Kazaa pro

        • +1

          Edonkey/emule rocked. Way more obscure stuff on there than any other p2p.

      • Limewire's back btw, but only for selling NFTs

    • +3

      I feel old reading this…..haha…napster.

      • +1

        Feeling old??
        We used to download from bulletin board's… on 9600 modems… with time outs :(

        • You started with a 9600 baud? Talk about privileged… Waiting for ANSI screens to load on 2400 baud was pain.

    • +5

      Naaa Audiogalaxy

    • +2

      Aah the good old days..

      I used to lug my really old 486 laptop (got it for free) to uni as it had a huge 450MB free.

      Then run Napster on the uni PC, download 400mb in 5-10min then using laplink over parallel port copy to my laptop then rinse/repeat after a few days

      This was in the year 2000

      • +3

        'Build it up for you in the year 2000'

        Or sorry, wrong band.

        • +1

          Won't it be strange when we're all fully grown… Wait, we are…

    • Napster makes me think of a grandpa that used to be a gangster when he was younger and now he just naps like a boss inestead lol

  • +66

    It doesn't get Eddie Vedder than this

  • +3

    Maybe after checking out the above, you might try:

    Pearl Jam itself also has a bootlegs site where it lists every show ever played and the setlist. 186 live shows hosted, the music isn't downloaded (for free) but it does link up to your streaming provider (Apple, YouTube, etc).

  • +7

    Jeremy spoke in class today

    • King Jeremy the wicked, oh ruled his world.

  • +1

    I'm so glad I'm still alive to listen to this music.

  • +2

    Found. My. People.

    • +13

      That's like comparing Lord of the Rings with Star Wars. They're both good, just different.

      • +2

        Nope star wars wins all day everyday

        • +3

          There is only one return and it's not of the king…. It's of the Jedi.

      • Yeah, like Aldi

  • -1

    As exciting as strawberry jam

  • +2

    My favourite band

  • Love the Jam, Ten is one of the best albums of all time, but they aren't a great live band for me.

    • +2

      Agree with your former statement, completely disagree with your latter one. Perth show in 2009 was absolutely amazing.

    • +5

      What the hell dude. How is a fan not impressed by their live shows? I honestly put them in the top 1% of live acts I've seen over the years… Eddie puts his absolute heart and soul into every show.

      • Yeah - I expected to love them too. Saw them a couple of times in the 90s & they just were ok. One of the times where high expectations weren't met.

  • Strewth! That's one pearler of a deal!

  • Anyone know the quality? Are they MP3 or FLAC?

    • Download one and let us know
      Bought a few cds in the 90s haven't listened to them since

  • +3

    All the pictures have, all been washed in black; tattooed everything…

    (Tu du duu duuu du du duuu..)

    • -2

      I get that this is a PJ lyric but why have you typed it here

  • +1

    Metallica is next, Lars approves!

  • It looks like they are MP3 so med. to low quality files if you have quality listening gear.

    • pointless, who doesn't have a streaming service or limewire

  • -1

    The 1995 Melbourne Park show is really amazing.

    • Thank you. I think it would be pretty great to find the best live version of each song and make a playlist out of just those.

  • Lol Gen X Normies rejoice.

  • +1

    Thanks OP

  • Pearl Jam is to Grunge what Vanilla Ice is to Hip hop.

    • Ha it's just mainstream rock.
      I liked the vs album back in the day

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