Pearl Jam to release vinyl reissue of ‘No Code’ for 25th anniversary


Pearl Jam will release a 25th anniversary 150-gram vinyl edition of their 1996 album, “No Code”, on August 13. This is the first time the album has been available on the format since its original release and the first time the album is being mastered specifically for vinyl.  The reissue will feature recreations of their original packaging, including the set of nine random replica Polaroids/lyric cards

No Code, the band’s fourth studio record, debuted at No. 1 on the U.S. Billboard 200 and went on to platinum status. The project marked the first full album appearance of drummer Jack Irons in the lineup after he joined the lineup at the end of the “Vitalogy” sessions.

A limited edition clear vinyl version is available exclusively in the Pearl Jam shop which can be found on the  group’s website:

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