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The ‘Unplugged’ series/format was perfect b/c it raised the question: can a group or given artist make people feel their work if you take away their fancy electronics & special effects—- On this recording, a young & hungry Pearl Jam answers that with a resounding’Yes’
This recording is (at least for me) almost painful to listen to. The bass is so boomy, fluttering, and inarticulate that I find it really distracting during the entire listen. I have great memories of this performance and I love Pearl Jam, but this recording is just sub par.
A cash grab?! Lol. To that one person who has that one bootleg from Italy from 1992....yea why release an album and potentially make money? Why tour? Why do anything?! Btw troll artists don’t earn money from bootlegs. Ur cool!
Used to be my favorite bootleg... then I was lucky enough to get it as a limited vinyl... now everyone can enjoy one of the best ‘unplugged’ performances from an explosive period of the band. This lineup was special. I just wish there was more.
Took them DECADES but it's finally back. (Last time I owned this was on cassette) Between this and Nirvana's, the BEST MTV Unplugged performaces ever, period. Some of the best versions of these songs were performed here. I cannot wait!
Except for the man who I will call the Whistling Clown. Why did you insist on whistling so loud? Make it about you, and not about the band? Your daftness is now immortalized, and I can't unhear it, I hope you're happy.