There’s been a lot for Pearl Jam to celebrate about lately—namely their 20th anniversary. We covered the epic PJ20 event in East Troy, Wis., where the band hosted a two-day concert that celebrated their career and featured appearances from Queens of the Stone Age, The Strokes and Mudhoney. They’ve also appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to debut a new song, where frontman Eddie Vedder also performed with Fallon for a song about the BP oil spill called “Balls in Your Mouth.”
But most of the Pearl Jam hype is behind the release of Pearl Jam Twenty, the Cameron Crowe-directed documentary, which features a ton of rare and unreleased footage that spans the band’s long career. Along with the release of the film, there will be a soundtrack album that includes tons of live recordings, demos and other unreleased material.
The 29-track soundtrack includes songs from Pearl Jam’s MTV Unplugged and Saturday Night Live appearances, along with two Temple of the Dog demos. You can stream the whole thing over at Rolling Stone’s website.