The "commercial" boots are unofficial releases, usually pressed by European companies. Most of these are live and widely-available recordings. Sorry, we do not sell these, nor do we have any information on where to find them, but pretty much any live recordings can be found- and downloaded- for free on the Live Music Archive.
Only pressed CDs released by actual companies (no fan-made burned CDRs) will be counted here. If you see a listing here that you know to be a burned fan-comp, please let us know.
The "non-commercial" entries are here to include information on items that ultimately came from the band, with or without their consent (i.e. "Friends & Enemies of Modern Music", "Adore Demos", etc.), which the commercial bootleg companies may not yet have gotten their hands on.
The bootlist is also cross-linked with the discography, tour history, and studio sessions, to indicate the source of the material, where available.
NOTE: Yes, this section is not entirely up-to-date. Now that most live recordings can be found for free on archive.org (see link above), we haven't felt the need to list every CD that bootleg companies have pressed. That said, if you really really want to find information on pressed-CD/vinyl bootlegs, you can see more of them on discogs or musicbrainz.