As AVClub points out, the total number of tracks is 5,404 and represents “an incredible trove of material, one we can only imagine digging into during circumstances that might require us to stay indoors for long periods of time—possibly even a year!”
The released material covers Pearl Jam concerts recorded in 2000, 2003, 2008, and 2013. Some of the shows included are the May 25, 2000 show in Barcelona, Spain, as well as June 20, 2000, in Verona, Italy, and June 3, 2003, in Irvine, California. While the released series bears the subtitle of ‘bootlegs,’ they are officially released to streaming platforms like Spotify.
The tracks can be arranged into personalized custom setlists, provided you’re a member of Pearl Jam’s new fan hub, Deep. The handy website allows users to add shows to their favorites and create their own personalized setlists, complete with Eddie Vedder’s iconic handwriting and a setlist graphic specific to each fan’s list.