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Main Features
Genre Grunge
Country of Origin U.S.

Pearl Jam
Tracklisting:
1. Of the girl
2. Breakerfall
3. Grievance
4. God's dice
5. Light years
6. Corduroy
7. Animal
8. Given to fly
9. Even flow
10. Nothing as it seems
11. Daughter
12. Wrong child
13. Androgynous mind
14. Faithful
15. MFC
16. Wishlist
17. Do the evolution
18. Black
19. Alive (1st encore)
20. Timeless melody
21. Insignificance
22. Rear view mirror
23. Better man
24. I got s***
25. Go/Soon forget (2nd encore)
26. Soldier of love
27. Yellowledbetter

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Pearl Jam, Pearl Jam Live in London 29th May 2000

“Pearl Jam Live in London, what a great album to just...”

Written on: 05/05/2004 by green river rider (1 review written)

Pearl Jam Live in London, what a great album to just crank up and rock out to only to be slowed down in between by Eddie and co's lyrically profound slower songs.
Drummer Matt Cameron joined the band shortly before this tour and manages to sound like the drum seat was his since motherlovebone stole our hearts. Underrated by many, but championed by the fortunate few, Pearl Jam are one of rocks best kept secrets and let's hope they keep it that way. A UK tour soon would be nice though guys… Read Full Review

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