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Pearl Jam releasing live 1994 Boston show on vinyl to celebrate upcoming Fenway dates 

ABC/Craig SjodinPearl Jam will play two shows at Boston's Fenway Park in September, and to celebrate, the band is releasing a live vinyl album recorded at their 1994 show at Boston's Orpheum Theatre.

Live at the Orpheum Theatre -- April 12, 1994, which was recorded a week after Kurt Cobain's death, will be released August 31 exclusively through Boston's Newbury Comics. The limited-edition record will be pressed to 180-gram black vinyl, with the exception of 100 random customers, who will receive the disc on red and blue vinyl, the colors of the Boston Red Sox.

You can pre-order your copy now via

Pearl Jam's Fenway shows take place September 2 and 4, and are the final dates on the band's upcoming U.S. stadium tour, which begins Wednesday night in Seattle.

Here's the Live at the Orpheum Theatre -- April 12, 1994 track list:

"Even Flow"
"Sonic Reducer" (Dead Boys cover)
"Glorified G"
"Not For You"
"Tremor Christ"
"F***in' Up" (Neil Young & Crazy Horse cover)
"Dirty Frank"
"Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town"

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