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Pearl Jam - 11.16.06 Melbourne flac album

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Performer: Pearl Jam
Title: 11.16.06 Melbourne
Country: US
Released: 2006
Style: Alternative Rock, Grunge
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.6 ✦
Other format: MP1 XM TTA AC3 MP2 AA MPC

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Artist: Pearl Jam. Album: Melbourne Park, Australia, March 17th, 1995. Genre: Alternative rock. Quality: 320Kbps, Lossless.

Get the Pearl Jam Setlist of the concert at Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne, Australia on January 24, 2014 from the Lightning Bolt Tour and other Pearl Jam Setlists for free on setlist. Festival Time! Hey, this setlist was played at a festival: Big Day Out Melbourne 2014 setlists. 65 people were there.

For its second album, Pearl Jam felt the pressures of trying to match the success of its debut album, Ten. In a 2002 interview, guitarist Mike McCready said, "The band was blown up pretty big and everything was pretty crazy. Vs. was the first Pearl Jam album to have production duties handled by producer Brendan O'Brien. It was also the band's first album with drummer Dave Abbruzzese, who had joined the band in August 1991 and toured for the album Ten.


1 Long Road 5:21
2 Corduroy 4:18
3 Hail Hail 3:21
4 Do The Evolution 3:32
5 World Wide Suicide 3:41
6 Dissident 3:32
7 Given To Fly 5:23
8 Love Boat Captain 4:57
9 Unemployable 3:00
10 Even Flow 8:31
11 Sad 4:09
12 Present Tense 5:08
13 Save You 3:32
14 Jeremy 4:54
15 Why Go 3:09
16 Comatose 2:17
17 Rearviewmirror 5:55
18 Encore Break 1 1:36
19 Man Of The Hour 3:45
20 Off He Goes 5:24
21 Small Town 3:21
22 Black 8:29
23 State Of Love And Trust 3:08
24 Kick Out The Jams 3:09
25 Encore Break 2 1:52
26 Wasted Reprise 0:42
27 Life Wasted 3:38
28 Whipping 2:29
29 Alive 6:16
30 Rockin' In The Free World 10:38
31 Yellow Ledbetter 5:53

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  • Recorded At – Rod Laver Arena


65th show of the 2006 World Tour. Recorded live 2009-11-16 at Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, Australia

The show was available for a purchase download (with artwork) from the Ten Club webpage only for a limited time during 2006, and was later deleted.

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Pearl Jam 11.16.06 Melbourne ‎(31xFile, FLAC) Not On Label (Pearl Jam Self-released) none US 2006