Published May 11, 2016Though we've learned that a holiday single from the band is on the way later this year, Pearl Jam have lifted the curtain on some more vinyl goodies they have in store. Having been long out of print since their respective releases, the band are giving 1996's No Code and 1997's Yield the vinyl reissue treatment this summer.
Listings on the band's web store indicate that both records will be pressed on 150-gram wax, marking each album's return to the format since their release. The two were also both mastered for vinyl by Bob Rock and come in sleeves recreated from their original packaging. No Code even comes with the set of nine random replica Polaroids/lyric cards.
As of press time, the average price that original U.S. pressings of Yield have sold for on Discogs is $177.82 CA, while the four different variants of No Code range anywhere from $200 to $300 or more.
Both reissues are available for pre-order through the band here and set to arrive on August 5.