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Pearl Jam lets fans stream 10th album ahead of release

Pearl Jam lets fans stream 10th album ahead of release

LIGHTNING BOLT: Pearl Jam's 10th studio album will be released Oct. 15. Photo: YouTube

Fans of Pearl Jam and the band’s much-anticipated new album “Lightning Bolt” can preview the album in its entirety one week before its U.S. release.

The band is giving fans a chance to check out the album on iTunes ahead of its release on Oct. 15.

Pearl Jam will launch an international tour this weekend at a sold-out show in Pittsburgh.

The band released the single “Sirens,” last month.

According to the band’s website, the official track list for “Lightning Bolt” is:

1. Getaway
2. Mind Your Manners
3. My Father’s Son
4. Sirens
5. Lightning Bolt
6. Infallible
7. Pendulum
8. Swallowed Whole
9. Let The Records Play
10. Sleeping By Myself
11. Yellow Moon
12. Future Days

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