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Pearl Jam single to premiere online
By PAUL CANTIN
Senior Reporter, JAM! Showbiz
Pearl Jam fans anxiously awaiting the release of the both
band's new album, "Binaural," and the new single are about
to get a break.
The first single, "Nothing As It Seems," will premiere online
Monday, April 10, as a streaming Quicktime audio file at the
The track, which was written by Jeff Ament, will be available at
those sites until April 24.
Meanwhile, the release date for the album has also been moved
ahead one week to May 16 in Canada, the U.S. and Latin
America (May 15 in Australia, Europe and the U.K., May 17 in
Japan, May 22 in New Zealand).
The band also announced through its fan club site a tentative
track listing for the album, which varies slightly from the list
posted on the Five Horizons website last week, and contains
two fewer tracks. Here's the tentative running order for "Binaural":
2. God's Dice
4. Light Years
5. Nothing As It Seems
6. Thin Air
8. Of The Girl
9. Letter To the Dead
12. Sleight Of Hand
13. Soon Forget
14. Parting Ways
The first single, "Nothing As It Seems," will be released in
Canada and the U.S. on April 25, although hardcore PJ fans
will be scouring the import bins looking for various versions,
since different territories will pair the track with different songs.
In Canada, the single will be backed with the album version of
The European, Australian and New Zealand edition of the single
will add "Footsteps" and "Better Man," recorded at the
edition of Neil Young's Bridge School Benefit.
The UK will release the European version of the single on CD,
but will also issue a seven-inch, duck-egg blue vinyl version
with the album versions of "Nothing As It Seems" and
Pearl Jam will also be David Letterman's guests on his
birthday edition of "Late Show," April 12.
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