Pearl Jam: Lightning Bolt, 2×LP (Vinyl)
Pearl Jam: Lightning Bolt, 2×LP (Vinyl)
€18.90
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Pearl Jam
Lightning Bolt

  • 2×LP (Vinyl)
  • European Union
European pressing of 2013 studio album in die-cut gatefold sleeve with booklet and inserts
  • Monkeywrench Records
  • (374936-9)
  • Republic Records
  • (374936-9)
  • 12 Tracks
  • UPC 602537493692
  • heavy item (600g)
  • M / M
  • virgin
  • sealed

tracks

A1

Getaway

03:26
A2

Mind Your Manners

Music By
02:38
A3

My Father's Son

Music By
Bass
  • Mike McCready
03:04
A4

Sirens

Music By
Backing Vocals
  • Matt Cameron
05:39
A5

Lightning Bolt

04:13
A6

Infallible

Music By
05:20
B1

Pendulum

Keyboards
  • Jeff Ament
Guitar
  • Jeff Ament
Music By
Drums
  • Stone Gossard
Bongos
  • Stone Gossard
03:41
B2

Swallowed Whole

03:51
B3

Let The Records Play

Music By
03:44
B4

Sleeping By Myself

Ukulele
  • Eddie Vedder
03:01
B5

Yellow Moon

Music By
03:50
B6

Future Days

04:22

Credits

Artwork
  • Andy Smetanka
  • Don Pendleton
Concept By
  • Don Pendleton
  • Jeff Ament
Drums
  • Neil Hundt
  • Matt Cameron
Percussion
  • Matt Cameron
Engineer
  • Floyd Reitsma
  • John Burton
  • Lowell Reynolds
  • Martin Cooke
  • Nick Didia
  • Tom Syrowski
  • Tom Tapley
  • Billy Bowers
Mastered By
  • Billy Bowers
Guitar
  • Mike McCready
  • Stone Gossard
  • George A. Werb III
  • Josh Evans
  • Brendan O'Brien
  • Eddie Vedder
Keyboards
  • Boom Gaspar
  • Brendan O'Brien
Lacquer Cut By
  • John Golden
Layout
  • Jerome Turner
  • Joe Spix
  • Jeff Ament
Design
  • Jerome Turner
  • Joe Spix
  • Jeff Ament
Bass
  • Jeff Ament
Music By
Photography By
  • Danny Clinch
Producer
  • Brendan O'Brien
Mixed By
  • Brendan O'Brien
Violin
  • Ann Marie Simpson
Vocals
  • Eddie Vedder
Written By

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