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Touring Band 2000 is the second DVD release by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam, culled from performances from the North American legs of the band's 2000 Binaural Tour. It was released on VHS and DVD on May 1, 2001.

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Overview[edit]Edit

DVD extras include a montage of the band's European tour (set to "Yellow Ledbetter"), a montage of outtakes of the band (set to "Smile"), and the Matt Cam feature with which you can watch selected songs from the camera focused on drummerMatt Cameron. In addition, it has three unreleased instrumentals ("Thunderclap", "Foldback", and "Harmony") and the videos for "Do the Evolution" and "Oceans", the latter of which had never been released in the U.S. Allmusic gave it four and a half out of a possible five stars. Allmusic staff writer JT Griffith called it "one of the first truly essential music DVDs."[1] Touring Band 2000 has been certified platinum by the RIAA.[2]

Track listing[edit]Edit

Information taken from various sources.[3][4]

  1. "Long Road"
  2. "Corduroy"
  3. "Grievance"
  4. "Animal"
  5. "Gods' Dice"
  6. "Evacuation"
  7. "Given to Fly"
  8. "Dissident"
  9. "Nothing as It Seems"
  10. "Even Flow"
  11. "Lukin"
  12. "Not for You"
  13. "Daughter"/"It's OK"
  14. "Untitled"
  15. "MFC"
  16. "Thin Air"
  17. "Leatherman"
  18. "Better Man"
  19. "Nothingman"
  20. "Insignificance"
  21. "I Got Id"
  22. "Rearviewmirror"
  23. "Wishlist"
  24. "Jeremy"
  25. "Do the Evolution"
  26. "Go"
  27. "Parting Ways"
  28. "Rockin' in the Free World"

Bonus features[edit]Edit

Matt Cam songs[edit]Edit

Personnel[edit]Edit

Pearl Jam
Production

Chart positions[edit]Edit

Chart (2001) Position
US Top Music Videos[5] 1

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