92 minutes | May 6, 2020

Episode 78: Berlin, DEU - 11/3/96

This week's episode focuses on one of the most well known shows from the No Code era. The Berlin 1996 performance is remembered fondly because it was one of their shows that was broadcast live on radio stations throughout the world in the same way that Atlanta 94 and Soldier Field were both showcased. This was a completely different era in the band's history though as the trials and tribulations from No Code's reception knocked the band off their perch as the biggest in the world. While their fame dwindled a bit, it allowed the band to present a looser live act with less scrutiny on them and all of the eyeballs paying attention belonging to those in for the long haul. Those who stuck with them were treated to a hell of a show that had one of the best first half main sets of any show in history. Kicking off with Long Road, their stretch from Last Exit, Animal, Hail Hail, Go and Red Mosquito and rounding out with Mankind and a Hunger Strike tease was a statement as to how powerful a live act they still were during a turbulent time period. Other main highlights that we'll feature on this show include excellent versions of Sometimes, Immortality, Blood and a unique encore that wouldn't quite fit in with today's repertoire. Keep staying safe during this difficult time! For anyone who would like to contribute to the show and attain access to exclusive content, head on over to patreon.com/liveon4legs and subscribe. New content posted weekly, including this week where we'll come up with our fantasy Pearl Jam Rock Band game setlist.
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